General MBA

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The academic input is delivered mainly by two types of courses – Core and Elective courses. Core courses offered in first year (first and second semester) constitute of foundation and functional courses which are aimed at providing a sound foundation for all the basic principles and tools of management which equip students with theoretical and functional expertise in various fields.

At the end of the second semester, the students undergo a summer internship for a period of 8-10 weeks at leading organisations. This provides them with an opportunity to gain a first-hand experience of the real world work environment and grooms them to face the future challenges.

The electives are offered in second year (third and fourth semester) where a student can choose from:

  1. Dual Specialization(Major-Minor)
  2. Pure Specialization 
  3. General management or No-specialization.

Electives offered in second year(third and fourth semesters)provide students with in-depth knowledge in their choice of specialization. Dual specialization increases their scope and their employability along with deeper understanding in subjects of their specialization.

 

Credit System

Choice based credit system is followed wherein the concept of credit is used to compute the workload of the courses. In this system, one credit hour is equivalent to 15 hours of classroom teaching and assignments, course projects, class tests etc. require additional time. The courses can carry either 3-credit or 2-credit.

 

Core and compulsory courses in first year

 

Sr No. Semester I Semester II
1 Economics for Managers Cost & Management Accounting
2 Financial Accounting Environment for Business
3 Information Systems for Management Fundamentals of Financial Management
4 Managerial Communication Human Resource Management
5 Organizational Behavior Management Science
6 Organizational Structure & Dynamics Marketing Management
7 Quantitative Analysis Productions & Operations Management
8 Seminar course on Ethics ,Ethos and Values Business Research Methodology

 

Compulsory courses in second year 

 

Sr No. Semester III Semester IV
 1 Corporate Strategic Management New Enterprise and Innovation Management
 2 Management Control Systems OD & Leadership
 3 Business Laws International Business
 4 Project Study Environment Management
 5 Project Study

 

Electives listed according to specialization

 

Marketing

  • Consumer Behavior
  • Marketing Research
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Sales & Distribution Management
  • International Marketing
  • Product & Brand Management
  • Services and Relationship Marketing
  • Special Studies/Developments in Marketing (Project)
  • Seminar and Contemporary issues in Marketing
  • E-Commerce
  • Internet Marketing
  • Industrial Marketing
  • Direct and Rural Marketing
  • Retail Marketing
Finance

  • Corporate Taxation and Financial Planning
  • Management of Financial Services
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Corporate Finance and Restructuring
  • International Finance Management
  • Derivatives and Risk Management
  • Banking and Insurance
  • Special Studies/Development in Finance
  • Seminar & Contemporary Issues in Finance
  • Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting
  • Infrastructure & Project Financing
  • Mutual Fund and Commodity Market
  • Financial Engineering & Investment Management
  • Strategic Cost Management
Human Resource

  • HR Policy Formation
  • Compensation Management
  • Management of Industrial Relations
  • Human Resource Development
  • Strategic Human Resource Management
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Special Studies/Development in HR (Project)
  • Contemporary Issues in HR
  • Performance Management
  • Design for Innovation
  • Counselling & Mentoring Skills for Management
  • Recruitment & Selection
  • Managing Knowledge Workers
Operations

  • Logistics and Supply Chain
  • Total Quality Management
  • Contemporary Issues in Production and Service Operations
  • Special Studies/Development in Production and Operation (Project)