MBA

MBA

Entry Year

2021

Qualification

MBA
(APPLICATIONS OPEN)

Duration

2 years

OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAM

  • The Program aims to Offers Quality Education in Management to Emphasis Women Empowerment.
  • The Program Intend to Develop Young Women into Competent Professional Managers, Capable of Working in any Sector in the Corporate World.
  • The Program also Aims to Develop Students into Leaders and Entrepreneurs who are Ready to Take the ever Changing Global Business Environment.
  • To Develop Analytical Skills and Decision-Making Skills Across Functional Areas of the Management.
  • To Enhance the Decision-Making Skills and the Administrative Competence of Practicing Managers and Assist Organizations to Solve their Managerial Problems by Providing them With Consulting Services Based on Actual Requirements.

TEACHING PEDAGOGY

  • Flipped Class Room along with Lecturer method of teaching is combined with the use of PPT Presentations,
  • Activity-based learning –

      • Role Play, Group Discussions, Case Study, Video Making –Concept-Based Learning, Blogs, Simulation Exercises, Experiential Learning
      • Webinar – Interactive Learning Session Using ICT.
      • Cross-Cultural Learning Exercises
      • Class – Outside Class

  • Project based learning
  • Research Based Live Project.
  • Problem-Based Learning
  • Presentations on Current Affairs and Policy Changes
  • Gamification for selected subjects
  • Competency-Based Learning
  • Design Thinking
  • Organizing Guest Lectures with eminent speakers from the Industry.
  • Compulsory Industrial Visits.
  • Organizing National Level Management Fest.
  • Participating in National Level Management fests organized by other institutions
  • Offering Value Enrichment Classes on Value Education, Environmental Protection and Indian Constitution.
  • Encouraging students to make Power Point Presentations on selected topics, recent trends in Management, Industry and Economy, International Business, etc.
  • Dedicated Quiz hour within the time table to organize business quiz and to discuss current affairs.
  • Offering credit courses in Application of Statistical tools in Social Research, Best Practices in HRM, Digital Marketing, Retail Analytics, Brand Management, Insurance, Capital Markets, and Social Media Management.
  • Offering credit courses in Application of Statistical tools in Social Research, Best Practices in HRM, Digital Marketing, Retail Analytics, Brand Management, Insurance, Capital Markets, and Social Media Management.
  • Candidates who have obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university in disciplines of Commerce, Management, Arts, Science, Engineering / Technology, or equivalent and have secured not less than 50% of Marks in aggregate (including languages) in the Bachelor’s Degree Examination are eligible for admission to this Programme.
  • National Level Written Test for MBA programme: All aspiring candidates should have written a National Level Management Aptitude Test – CAT/ CMAT/ MAT/ XAT/ PGCET/ KMAT. The score secured in any of these tests is necessary to complete the application form.

MBA - COURSE MATRIX - CBCS - COURSE STRUCTURE – 2020- 2021

I SEMESTER

 

SEM- I

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

1.1 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.2 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.3 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.4 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.5 MARKETING FOR CUSTOMER VALUE L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.6 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 4L 04 03 30 70 100 4
SOFT CORE 1.7 COMMUNICATION SKILLS 02 03 30 70 100 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

II SEMESTER

 

SEM- II

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

2.1 TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.2 MANAGERIAL RESEARCH METHODS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ETHICS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.4 HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.5 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.6 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH 4L 04 03 30 70 100 4
SOFT CORE 1.7 INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 02 03 30 70 100 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

III SEMESTER

 

SEM- III

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

3.1 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.2 PROJECTS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.3 ELECTIVE – Paper – 1 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.4 ELECTIVE – Paper – 2 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.5 ELECTIVE – Paper – 3 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
Open Elective 3.6 OPEN ELECTIVE: 1T 03 03 30 70 100 3
3.7 ROJECT WORK FOR 4 WEEKS 50 50 3
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

*Three Electives in Specialization Streams

IV SEMESTER

 

SEM- III

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

4.1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DYNAMICS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.2 ELECTIVE – Paper – 1 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.3 ELECTIVE – Paper – 2 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.4 ELECTIVE – Paper – 3 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.5 DISSERTATION FOR 6 WEEKS 04 REPORT

EVALUATION

50 200 250 8
Viva – Voce 50 50 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26
PROGRAM GRAND TOTAL OF CREDITS 104

*Three Electives in Specialization Streams

                                         ELECTIVE PAPERS IN

                                        III AND IV SEMESTER

 3.3 Finance  4.2 Finance
 

3.3.1 Indian Financial System

3.3.2 Corporate Tax Planning And Management

3.3.3 Corporate Valuation And Restructuring

 

4.2.1 Investment Analysis And Management

4.2.2 International Financial Management

4.2.3 Risk Management And Derivatives

 3.4 Marketing  4.3 Marketing
 

3.4.1 Retailing Management And Services

3.4.2 Consumer Behavior

3.4.3 Rural And Agricultural Marketing

 

4.3.1 Strategic Brand Management

4.3.2 International Marketing Strategy

4.3.3 Digital Marketing

3.5 Human Resources 4.4 Human Resources
 

3.5.1 Learning And Development

3.5.2 Industrial And Employee Relations

3.5.3 Performance Management System

 4.4.1 Strategic HRM

4.4.2 International HRM

4.4.3 Talent And Knowledge Management

3.6 Health Care Management 4.5 Health Care Management
 

3.6.1 Perspectives On Health Care Sector

3.6.2 Management Of Public Health Systems

3.6.3 Health Economics

 

4.5.1 Basic Management Aspects Of Health Care

4.5.2 Strategic Management In Health Care Settings

4.5.3 Management Of Hospital Services

3.7. Banking Finance And Insurance     Services Management  4.6 Banking Finance And Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
 

3.7.1 Strategic Credit Management In Banks

3.7.2 Insurance Planning & Management

3.7.3 Indian Financial System

 

4.6.1 Banking Technology And Management

4.6.2 International Financial Management

4.6.3 Risk

3.8 Startups and SMES Management 4.7 Startups and SMES Management
 

3.8.1 Perspectives On Startups And SME

3.8.2 Basic Management Aspects Of Small Business

3.8.3 Establishment Of SMES

 

4.7.1 Technology And Innovation

4.7.2 Internationalization Of SMES

4.7.3 Management Of Startups

Objective

OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAM

  • The Program aims to Offers Quality Education in Management to Emphasis Women Empowerment.
  • The Program Intend to Develop Young Women into Competent Professional Managers, Capable of Working in any Sector in the Corporate World.
  • The Program also Aims to Develop Students into Leaders and Entrepreneurs who are Ready to Take the ever Changing Global Business Environment.
  • To Develop Analytical Skills and Decision-Making Skills Across Functional Areas of the Management.
  • To Enhance the Decision-Making Skills and the Administrative Competence of Practicing Managers and Assist Organizations to Solve their Managerial Problems by Providing them With Consulting Services Based on Actual Requirements.

TEACHING PEDAGOGY

  • Flipped Class Room along with Lecturer method of teaching is combined with the use of PPT Presentations,
  • Activity-based learning –

      • Role Play, Group Discussions, Case Study, Video Making –Concept-Based Learning, Blogs, Simulation Exercises, Experiential Learning
      • Webinar – Interactive Learning Session Using ICT.
      • Cross-Cultural Learning Exercises
      • Class – Outside Class

  • Project based learning
  • Research Based Live Project.
  • Problem-Based Learning
  • Presentations on Current Affairs and Policy Changes
  • Gamification for selected subjects
  • Competency-Based Learning
  • Design Thinking
  • Organizing Guest Lectures with eminent speakers from the Industry.
  • Compulsory Industrial Visits.
  • Organizing National Level Management Fest.
  • Participating in National Level Management fests organized by other institutions
  • Offering Value Enrichment Classes on Value Education, Environmental Protection and Indian Constitution.
  • Encouraging students to make Power Point Presentations on selected topics, recent trends in Management, Industry and Economy, International Business, etc.
  • Dedicated Quiz hour within the time table to organize business quiz and to discuss current affairs.
  • Offering credit courses in Application of Statistical tools in Social Research, Best Practices in HRM, Digital Marketing, Retail Analytics, Brand Management, Insurance, Capital Markets, and Social Media Management.
  • Offering credit courses in Application of Statistical tools in Social Research, Best Practices in HRM, Digital Marketing, Retail Analytics, Brand Management, Insurance, Capital Markets, and Social Media Management.
Eligibility
  • Candidates who have obtained a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university in disciplines of Commerce, Management, Arts, Science, Engineering / Technology, or equivalent and have secured not less than 50% of Marks in aggregate (including languages) in the Bachelor’s Degree Examination are eligible for admission to this Programme.
  • National Level Written Test for MBA programme: All aspiring candidates should have written a National Level Management Aptitude Test – CAT/ CMAT/ MAT/ XAT/ PGCET/ KMAT. The score secured in any of these tests is necessary to complete the application form.
Course Matrix

MBA - COURSE MATRIX - CBCS - COURSE STRUCTURE – 2020- 2021

I SEMESTER

 

SEM- I

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

1.1 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.2 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.3 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.4 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.5 MARKETING FOR CUSTOMER VALUE L 04 03 30 70 100 4
1.6 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 4L 04 03 30 70 100 4
SOFT CORE 1.7 COMMUNICATION SKILLS 02 03 30 70 100 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

II SEMESTER

 

SEM- II

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

2.1 TECHNOLOGY FOR MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.2 MANAGERIAL RESEARCH METHODS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.3 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ETHICS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.4 HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.5 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
2.6 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH 4L 04 03 30 70 100 4
SOFT CORE 1.7 INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 02 03 30 70 100 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

III SEMESTER

 

SEM- III

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

3.1 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.2 PROJECTS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.3 ELECTIVE – Paper – 1 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.4 ELECTIVE – Paper – 2 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
3.5 ELECTIVE – Paper – 3 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
Open Elective 3.6 OPEN ELECTIVE: 1T 03 03 30 70 100 3
3.7 ROJECT WORK FOR 4 WEEKS 50 50 3
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26

*Three Electives in Specialization Streams

IV SEMESTER

 

SEM- III

PAPER NO.

TITLE OF THE PAPER

L/ T / P

PAPER

HOURS/ PER WEEK EXAM

DURATION

HOURS

MARKS TOTAL MARKS CREDITS
CIA ESE
 

CORE COURSE

4.1 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DYNAMICS L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.2 ELECTIVE – Paper – 1 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.3 ELECTIVE – Paper – 2 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.4 ELECTIVE – Paper – 3 L 04 03 30 70 100 4
4.5 DISSERTATION FOR 6 WEEKS 04 REPORT

EVALUATION

50 200 250 8
Viva – Voce 50 50 2
 

 

TOTALCREDITS 26
PROGRAM GRAND TOTAL OF CREDITS 104

*Three Electives in Specialization Streams

                                         ELECTIVE PAPERS IN

                                        III AND IV SEMESTER

 3.3 Finance  4.2 Finance
 

3.3.1 Indian Financial System

3.3.2 Corporate Tax Planning And Management

3.3.3 Corporate Valuation And Restructuring

 

4.2.1 Investment Analysis And Management

4.2.2 International Financial Management

4.2.3 Risk Management And Derivatives

 3.4 Marketing  4.3 Marketing
 

3.4.1 Retailing Management And Services

3.4.2 Consumer Behavior

3.4.3 Rural And Agricultural Marketing

 

4.3.1 Strategic Brand Management

4.3.2 International Marketing Strategy

4.3.3 Digital Marketing

3.5 Human Resources 4.4 Human Resources
 

3.5.1 Learning And Development

3.5.2 Industrial And Employee Relations

3.5.3 Performance Management System

 4.4.1 Strategic HRM

4.4.2 International HRM

4.4.3 Talent And Knowledge Management

3.6 Health Care Management 4.5 Health Care Management
 

3.6.1 Perspectives On Health Care Sector

3.6.2 Management Of Public Health Systems

3.6.3 Health Economics

 

4.5.1 Basic Management Aspects Of Health Care

4.5.2 Strategic Management In Health Care Settings

4.5.3 Management Of Hospital Services

3.7. Banking Finance And Insurance     Services Management  4.6 Banking Finance And Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
 

3.7.1 Strategic Credit Management In Banks

3.7.2 Insurance Planning & Management

3.7.3 Indian Financial System

 

4.6.1 Banking Technology And Management

4.6.2 International Financial Management

4.6.3 Risk

3.8 Startups and SMES Management 4.7 Startups and SMES Management
 

3.8.1 Perspectives On Startups And SME

3.8.2 Basic Management Aspects Of Small Business

3.8.3 Establishment Of SMES

 

4.7.1 Technology And Innovation

4.7.2 Internationalization Of SMES

4.7.3 Management Of Startups