Program Summary
Total Credits Required for Degree: 39 credits
Total Duration for Degree: 1 year(s)
Minimum CGPA Required for Degree: 2.00

Program Objective

  • To help students to be able to integrate theory and practice and make use of skills developed across functional areas in making effective decisions for business.
  • To enhance decision making capabilities of graduates to contribute to sustainable solutions for ensuring successful business.
  • To make students able to use the appropriate management information technology tools to analyze, evaluate and synthesize information for taking business decisions.
  • To develop effective communication skills required in a professional context.
  • To make students able to define and apply ethical business practices in the professional context.
  • To create the ability to apply and demonstrate entrepreneurial skills to convert innovative ideas into business ventures.
  • To create the ability to develop Leadership, Team work, Social, Legal and Ethical responsibilities in Business and Society.

Program Outcome

  • Students will be able to conceptualize, organize, and resolve complex business problems or issues by using the resources available under their discretion.
  • Students will be able to apply entrepreneurial and managerial skills in business administration for making effective decisions.
  • Students will be able to create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern management and IT tools to complex management activities.
  • Students will be able to synthesis complex and sophisticated ideas fluently and comprehensively using a range of formats and medias.
  • Students will be able to understand the impact of the professional management solutions in societal and environmental contexts.
  • Students will be able to identify, assess and shape entrepreneurial opportunities and to evaluate their potential for business success.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate leadership and team building skills and the ability to coordinate relevant tasks and programs.

Curriculum Structure

The Course structure refers to the organization and sequencing of the courses in the program. The choice of courses and their organization should always support the learning objectives of the program. The course structure of MBA program for 39 Credits comprises 13 courses which are categorized as follows:

Course Category

No. of Courses

Credit per Course

Total Credit

Core

5

3

15

Major

4

3

12

Capstone Course

1

3

03

Defense of the Thesis

1

3

3

Double Examination of the Thesis

1

3

3

Yearly Viva

1

3

3

Total

13

3

39

 

All MBA students of 39 Credits must take 5 business core courses, 1 capstone course and 4 courses are to be chosen as major courses. There is a project work after successful completion of above mention 10 (Ten) courses and a yearly viva voce. The detail structure is shown below:

 

Core Courses

Core courses will allow students to acquire knowledge on the foundation of business. These courses will immerse students in modern enterprise from the economic theory of the firm, to the valuation of businesses and the choice of strategy and management skills. The goal of these core courses is to provide a breadth and depth of knowledge that will allow handling any business situation with confidence and understanding.

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1.         

HRM-523

Managing People at Work

2.       

BUS-525

Operations Management

3.       

ECO-611

Managerial Economics

4.       

ACT-612

Management Accounting

5.       

MKT-613

Marketing for Managerial Decision

 

Capstone Course

The capstone course requires student to use multi-disciplinary knowledge for other relevant courses and research courses and research skills they have gain over the entire program thus for to solve a real world business problem. The purpose of this course is to create an opportunity for students to make connections between the various disciplines that are the part of this business administration degree program.

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

     1.

MGT-521

Strategic Management

 

Major Courses

From a concentrated area in business education, each student gains the important understanding of how business works from A to Z. The concentration helps prepare a student in a chosen area by providing in-depth study and enhance their ability to think critically. It ensures that in addition to possessing a strong understanding of all areas of business through completion of the core business courses, a student has a specialization in one or more areas of business and is prepared to work efficiently in a competitive environment within an industry.

 

Major Courses in Management

Management teaches to understand how people behave in organizations, and the nature of power, influence and leadership. Whether a student aims to be self-employed, an entrepreneur, head of his/her own company; or to work for private business - Management gives him/her the tools for success. A management degree can be applied to virtually in every industry and organization. Some of the most obvious career paths with a management degree are management consultancy, project manager, general and operations managers etc.

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

MGT-622

 Management Thought

2

MGT-623

Comparative Management Systems

3

MGT-624

Total Quality Management

4

MGT-625

 Project Appraisal & Management

5

MGT-626

International Business Management

6

MGT-627

Strategic Planning and Business Policy

 

Major Courses in Accounting

Major in Accounting is a very important business discipline. It has many different area of specialization. One can specialize in making and maintaining books of accounts, auditingforensic accounting, management accounting or cost accounting. This discipline can prepare the students to become an entrepreneur or to pursue a career in financial institutions, corporate world or any other government office. The accounting discipline is the best route to a successful business career because accounting has always been considered as the language and basic tool of business.

 

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

ACT-622

 Applied Accounting Theory

2

ACT-623

Advanced Management Accounting

3

ACT-624

Cost Accounting and Budgetary Control

4

ACT-625

Advanced Auditing and Taxation

5

ACT-626

Accounting for Managerial Control

6.

ACT-627

Advanced Financial Accounting

 

 

Major Courses in Finance and Banking

Finance & Banking aims at developing finance professionals who would hold leading positions in financial services industry, leading companies, research organizations.

 

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

FIN-622

 Corporate Finance

2

FIN-623

 Financial Analysis and Control

3

FIN-624

 Portfolio Management

4

FIN-625

Financial Institutions and Capital Market

5

FIN-626

 Lease Financing and Investment Banking

6

FIN-627

 Bank Management

 

Major Courses in Marketing

Marketing is one of the vital organs of businesses and commerce. Marketing plans and programs are essential to propelling the organizations to their zenith and in the present era of cutting edge competitive world it is all the more important. Marketing discipline begets huge job opportunities for its graduates in various manufacturing firms, service organizations, banking and financial institutions, real estate companies, marketing research firms, advertising agencies, logistics & distribution firms, tourism and hospitality sectors, event management companies,  education sectors, GOs, NGOs etc. in the numerous positions of Marketing manager, Marketing executive, Marketing research analyst, Sales manager, Public relations specialist, Advertising or promotions manager, Social media manager, Social media marketing specialist, Advertising executive, Advertising planner, Advertising art director, Media buyer, Media planner, Public relations executive, Public relations officer, Sales promotion executive, Business development manager, Brand manager, and Product manager etc.

 

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

MKT-622

Service Marketing

2

MKT-623

 E-Marketing

3

MKT-624

Marketing Research

4

MKT-625

 Advertising and Sales Promotion

5

MKT-626

 Retailing Management

6

MKT-627

 Logistic and Supply Chain Management

7

MKT-628

 Brand Management

 

Major Courses in Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management is a comparatively new specialized field under Management. Here all activities relating to Human Resource is incorporated starting from Recruitment to Retirement. Human Resource is the best resource among other resources of Management for its special features like motivation, synergy and not copying nature. All organizations small or large, public or private, local or Multinationals have a department called Human Resource Department. By going through these courses students will be able to understand the nature of Human and different theories of Human Resource Management and can develop their career as HR Managers, office executives, Industrial relation officers, Personnel manager, Training & Development officers in service organizations like bank, insurance, hospital etc. and also in manufacturing organizations.

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

HRM-622

Human Resource Planning

2

HRM-623

Organizations and Conflict Management

3

HRM-624

Compensation Policy and Administration

4

HRM-625

Industrial Management

5

HRM-626

Training and Development

6

HRM-627

Multinational Human Resource Management

 

Major Courses in Management Information System

The major in Management Information Systems (MIS) is deliberate to provide an amalgamated experience for the students emphasizing on both technical and functional knowledge. With strong academic base, this major is developed to prepare students with information system skills. MIS, an interdisciplinary area, would include management, information systems, and computer technologies. Solving business problem through innovative technological solution is the key to the future. Efficient usage of information systems to aid business decision plays a vital role in today’s corporate world. Major understanding of Business process reengineering for optimizing business operations with appropriate information system tools is a necessary engagement for any business.

 

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

MIS-622

Web Technology

2

MIS-623

Database Management System

3

MIS-624

Data Communication and Networking

4

MIS-625

Internet and E-commerce

5

MIS-626

System Analysis and Design

6

MIS-627

Office Automation

 

Major Courses in International Business

The International Business specialization is for students who would like to have a thorough understanding of international business concepts, tools, and applications. This knowledge can be employed to advance in students’ current work, to prepare for international jobs and careers, and to generally understand the importance and role of international business practice on globalization and geopolitics.

SL. No.

Course Code

Course Title

1

INB-622

Globalization and Business

2

INB-623

International Business Management

3

INB-624

Managing Across Cultures

4

INB-625

International Strategic Management

5

INB-626

Managing International Business Operations

6

INB-627

Managing in the Global Workplace

 

Project Work

Project work is an integral part of the MBA program. The objective of the program is to expose the students to the organizational work environment. Under this program, each student is required to engage themselves with a business organization, government office, bank or financial institution. As a part of the program, each student has to prepare a report under the supervision of a teacher of the Department.

 

Viva- Voce (03 Credits)                                                                                              

Students have to appear before a viva-voce exam at the end of each class year (i.e. after 2nd semester and 4th semester).

Course Distribution

          One Year Courses

1st Semester

Course code

Course Title

Credit

HRM-523

Managing People at Work

3

BUS-525

Operations Management

3

ECO-611

Managerial Economics

3

MKT-613

Marketing for Managerial Decision

3

ACT-612

Management Accounting

3

2nd Semester

Course code

Course Title

Credit

MGT-621

Strategic Management

3

 

Major-1

3

 

Major 2

3

 

Major 3

3

 

Major 4

3

 

Double Examination of the Thesis

3

 

Defense of the Thesis

3

Viva-Voce

3