binita vartak

Prof. Binita Vartak

Assistant Professor and Chairperson, PEP
Speciality Area : Personality Enhancement Programme (PEP)
Speciality Domain : Communication skills, Language Development, Soft skills

Prof. Vartak An outstanding corporate trainer, Binita can independently address the entire corporate training value chain- analyzing the communication need; design and customize training content as well as deliver and conduct individual assessments. She has worked with a vast array of companies like Caterpillar; Infosys; Symphony Teleca; Iron Mountain; Nous Infosystems; Larson & Toubro, Mysore; Mindtree; Optimal Strategix Group. Her academic affiliations include institutions like Jain University. In addition, Binita had been a consultant essay corrector with Education First.

Prof. Binita has rich experience of managing clients during her stint with Advertising industry. She was a part of the Key Account Management team and managed multinational accounts like Lakme, Britannia, Balsara, Proctor and Gamble for eight years. In her role of managing client relationships, Binita managed a team of executives, analyzed market research findings and coordinated with vendors to produce several winning brand campaigns.

Educational Qualification

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Advertising and Marketing, St. Xaviers Institute of Commerce, Mumbai, India
  • ME B.Com, Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai, India


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Understanding Workforce Management in the MSME sector workplace.

– Organization Structure options.

– Challenges of HR planning, talent acquisition, talent management, learning and development, compensation and benefits for MSMEs.

– HR Policy, HR Manual, and Service Rules

– Employee relations – Central labour laws applicable to MSMEs; state amendments in Karnataka; other labour laws applicable in Karnataka; key compliance issues and penal provisions.

– Future implications of the proposed Labour Code.



Raising capital

– Utilization and allocation of capital

– Managing cost & cash

– Understanding the financial health of business

– Reporting

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