Course Structure-MBA(MS)

Two years - Full Time
The programme has been organized into two years - first year and second year, each comprising of two semesters. A student has to pass 33 Courses each carrying 100 marks (3 credits or about 40 hours of classroom contact).

In each semester a student is required to do 8 Core and/or Elective Courses including 1 Core Seminar (CS) Course and 1 Core Workshop (CW) Course. In addition to these 8 Courses, the participants will be free to take one more non-mandatory non-credit course offered by any Guest Faculty or Regular Faculty members in each semester on the requests of the students duly approved by the Programme Administration. The participant, attending at least 75% of the scheduled sessions of a non-credit course, will receive a non-evaluative attendance certificate from the concerned faculty.

Total Number of Electives to be taken by a student is 10 (Ten) in 2 Semesters.

The Electives, offered in the 2nd year, are of two categories:
Functional Area Specialization electives (FE) and
Sector Specialization Electives (SE).
All the Sector specialization electives are to be offered as Seminar Courses. Semester III and Semester IV taken together, a student is required to take at least 2 electives from any of the Four Functional Area Specialization Courses and at least 5 elective from any of the Five Sector Specialization Courses. Within the limit of feasibility of Programme administration, all combination of Electives will be permissible.

In each semester, a student is required to take a Core Seminar (CS) Course. Therefore, there will be 4 Core Seminar Courses in 2 years. The Seminar Courses will be conducted by multiple faculty members (including Guest Faculty) and co-ordinated by Seminar In-Charge. These Courses will require the student to submit at least two written Term Papers (including case study).

Similarly, in each semester, a student is required to take a Core Workshop (CW) Course. Workshop courses are essentially application-oriented intense small-group work focused more on skill development of the participants. There will be 4 Workshop Courses in 2 years. Workshop Courses will be conducted by multiple faculty members (including Guest Faculty) and co-ordinated by the Workshop in-Charge.

In place of one final project, 4 Core Seminar Courses are being introduced to allow students to do many live projects.

PART - I (First Year)

CC-101 Organizational Behaviour
CC-102 Quantitative Methods
CC-103 Managerial Economics
CC-104 Accounting for Managers
CC-105 Marketing Management
CC-106 Information Technology Management
CS-107 Global Environment of Service Sector
CW-108 Interpersonal Dynamics and Team Building

CC-201 Human Resource Management
CC-202 Service Operations Management
CC-203 Business Environment
CC-204 Financial Management
CC-205 Research Methodology
CC-206 Management of Information System
CS-207 Marketing of Services
CW-208 Business Communication

PART - II (Second Year)

During Second Year, in addition to Core Courses, a student has to choose five courses in the third semester and five courses in the fourth semester from the list of specialization courses announced at the beginning of each semester. These elective courses are of 2 categories: Functional Elective (FE) and Sectoral Elective (SE). In each semester a student has to opt for at least one course from both the Elective categories.

CC-301 Summer Training Project
CC-302 Strategic Management
CS-303 Emerging Service Sectors
CW-304 Creativity & Entrepreneurship
(Plus 5 optional courses)

F-401 Corporate Evolution and Strategic Management
CC-401 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
CS-402 Global/Regional/Country study of Services
CW-403 Leadership & Management of Change
(Plus 5 optional courses)


Functional Electives (FE)
FE-3101 Financial Decisions Analysis
FE-3102 International Financial Management
FE-3103 Management Control System
FE-3104 Corporate Taxation
FE-3105 Project Planning, Analysis and Management
FE 3106 Working Capital Management
FE-3107 Foreign Exchange Management
FE-3108 International Financial Markets
FE-3109 International Accounting

FE-3201 Consumer Behaviour
FE-3202 Advertising Management
FE-3203 Marketing Research
FE-3204 Strategic Marketing
FE-3205 Distribution Management
FE-3206 Business Marketing
FE-3207 Brand Management
FE-3208 Relationship Marketing
FE-3209 Direct & Network Marketing
FE-3210 Sales Promotion Management
FE-3211 Retail Marketing
FE-3212 Sales Force Management

FE-3301 Management of Industrial Relations
FE-3302 Human Resource Planning & Development
FE-3303 Technological Change & Human Resource Management
FE-3304 Performance Management: Systems and Strategies
FE-3305 Cross-cultural management
FE-3306 Counselling Skills for Managers
FE-3307 Labour Laws
FE-3308 Managing Diversity
FE-3309 Personal Power and Leadership through Asian Values
FE-3310 Compensation Management

FE-3401 Total Quality Service
FE-3402 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
FE 3403 Environment and Safety Management
FE 3404 Operations Research
FE-3405 Operations Strategy

Sector Electives (SE)
SE-4101 Security Analysis and Investment Management
SE-4102 Portfolio Management
SE-4103 Financial Derivatives
SE-4104 Risk Management & Insurance
SE-4105 Treasury Management
SE-4106 e-Banking
SE-4107 Management of Financial Services
SE-4108 Management of Financial Institutions

SE-4201 Health Systems Management
SE-4202 Health Management Information Systems
SE 4203 Corporate Health Services and Health Insurance
SE-4204 Marketing of Health Services
SE-4205 Purchasing and Materials Management for Hospitals
SE-4206 Quality Management in Healthcare Services
SE-4207 Environmental Health Management & Safety Planning
SE-4208 Health Economics

SE-4301 Managing e-Business
SE-4302 Business Process Re-engineering
SE-4303 System Analysis and Design
SE-4304 Knowledge Management
SE-4305 Strategic Management of Information Technology
SE-4306 Database Management Systems
SE-4307 Enterprise Resource Planning
SE-4308 Managing IT Enabled Services

SE-4401 Tourism Marketing
SE-4402 Transportation Management
SE-4403 Hospitality Marketing
SE-4404 Hospitality Operations Management
SE-4405 Quality in Hospitality Services
SE-4406 Civil Aviation Management
SE-4407 Airport Management

SE-4501 Social Marketing
SE-4502 Management of Public Distribution System
SE-4503 Development Administration
SE-4504 Planning and Management of Education System
SE-4505 Management of Cooperatives
SE-4506 Technology Finance
SE-4507 R&D Management
SE-4508 Infrastructure Financing
SE-4509 Energy Management
SE-4510 Management of Telecommunication Systems
SE-4511 Management of NGOs

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