Master of Business Administration( MBA )

The MBA Department was started in 2004. The department emphasizes on student centric activities. The MBA Department follows the case method of imparting professional education backed by classroom lectures, industry visits, extensive field research, seminars, group exercises, role plays and discussions. Students are exposed to a large number of analytical and decision making perspectives. Most courses demand active student participation and students are expected to play an effective role in the seminars, assignments and group discussions.

Students attend four to five  lectures on each subject from monday to saturday. The subjects are taught as mix of lectures, tutorials or seminars and require additional individual work outside class hours, often in workshops, laboratories or libraries. Students need to be self-directed and highly motivated in their study skills.

RESULTS

The Department of MBA has maintained cent percent results since inception. The department is proud to have 2 Ranks in 2008 – 09, 6 Ranks in 2009 -10, 3 ranks and one gold medal in 2010 – 11, one rank in 2011 – 12.

 THE ACADEMIC SYSTEM OPERATES IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:

  • Students are encouraged to participate actively in class. This may require the answering of questions, putting forward original ideas, or presenting a class paper.
     
  • The relationship between students and staff is informal and relaxed. Students do not hesitate to ask staff for assistance, particularly when the students has not understood something that has been taught.
     
  • The use of other thoughts and writings is encouraged and the students are expected to acknowledge the original sources, and use them as a basis to develop their own ideas.
     
  • Most teachers prefer written essay and assignment. Students are encouraged to use the computers on campus for voluminous writing and Major Projects.
     
  • The internal assessment includes assignments, tutorials and practical work. In each unit the method of assessment is set out at the beginning of the semester.
     
  • Lecturers and tutors are willing to discuss in class or individually, any problem students may have in understanding lectures and discussions, writing assignments or preparing for examinations.


GROWING OUTWARD

All activity at MBA Department is oriented towards creating opportunities for students to discover, explore and learn not just within the confines of their curriculum  but extending outside the boundaries of the classroom and academics. Students are encouraged to expand their horizons, enrich their thinking and grow outward.

ACADEMIC ORIENTATION
A strong academic orientation lays the foundation for lifelong learning, ingraining in the youth the psyche of the eternal student. The orientation program enables the students to familiarize themselves with the teaching methodology and aids used in the classroom, use of campus facilities and services, library, Computer lab use and other services. The programmes also focus on academic and personal counseling, equipping students with necessary study skills required for academic setting. We believe that it is vital for a student to have a strong focus on the subjects of study at any given time.

PROJECT WORK AND PRESENTATION
Project Work and presentations expose students to real world situations which require students to take the initiative, research facts, work on time bound programmes and develop communication and presentation skills which play an important role in shaping the future of the students.

GUEST LECTURES
Eminent personalities from different industries and walks of life are invited to visit the campus and share their experiences and give students a global outlook through interactive programmes.

INTERNSHIP AND INDUSTRY EXPOSURES
MBA Department strongly encourages its students to broaden their outlook and experience by participating in live projects, seminars, Industry internship, study trips and Industry visits.

Some of the industries where students have had opportunity to get exposure to industry are:

  • J.K Tyres
  • Falcon Tyres
  • Stocking Holding Corporation of India
  • Friendly logistics
  • Rane Madras (India) Ltd
  • Automotive Axles Ltd
  • Religare
  • Bajaj Alliance
  • ING Vysia
  • Adventure Learning Programs

A major portion of learning can take place outside the classroom - through situations and activities that call for team work, stress management, decision making, leadership, and other qualities required from a professional.

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

First Semester

Credits*

Marks

Sl. No.

Subjects

(L+P/S/F)

Intl. Asst.

End Term

Total

   

L

P/S/F

Total

     

1.

Management Concepts & Theories

1

1

2

25

75

100

2.

Organizational Behaviour

2

1

3

25

75

100

3.

Business Environment

1

1

2

25

75

100

4.

Managerial Communication

1

2

3

25

75

100

5.

Managerial Accounting

2

2

4

25

75

100

6.

Managerial Economics

2

1

3

25

75

100

7.

Statistics for Management

2

2

4

25

75

100

 

Total

11

10

21

175

525

700

 

 

Second Semester

Credits*

Marks

Sl. No.

Subjects

(L+P/S/F)

Intl. Asst.

End Term

Total

   

L

P/S/F

Total

     

1.

Marketing Management

2

1

3

25

75

100

2.

Human Resource Management

2

1

3

25

75

100

3.

Corporate Finance

2

2

4

25

75

100

4.

Quantitative Methods

2

2

4

25

75

100

5.

Legal aspects of Business

2

0

2

25

75

100

6.

Operations Management

2

1

3

25

75

100

7.

Management Information Systems

1

2

3

25

75

100

 

Total

13

9

22

175

525

700

 

 

Third Semester

Credits*

Marks

Sl. No.

Subjects

(L+P/S/F)

Intl. Asst.

End Term

Total

   

L

P/S/F

Total

     

1.

Project Management

1

2

3

25

75

100

2.

Entrepreneurship

1

1

2

25

75

100

3.

Elective – I

2

2

4

25

75

100

4.

Elective – II

2

2

4

25

75

100

5.

Elective – III

2

2

4

25

75

100

6.

Project Work Diary

0

3

3

50

---

50

7.

Summer Internship Report

---

---

---

50

---

50

 

Total

8

12

20

225

375

600

 

 

Fourth Semester

Credits*

Marks

Sl. No.

Subjects

(L+P/S/F)

Intl. Asst.

End Term

Total

   

L

P/S/F

Total

     

1.

Strategic Management

2

1

3

25

75

100

2.

Elective – IV

2

2

4

25

75

100

3.

Elective – V

2

2

4

25

75

100

4.

Elective – VI

2

2

4

25

75

100

5.

Elective – VII

2

2

4

25

75

100

6.

Project Report

0

3

3

 

75

75

7.

Project Viva-voice

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---

---

---

25

25

 

Total

10

12

22

125

475

600

*L=Lecture – 1 hour of lecture per week for 15 weeks = 1 credit
P/S/F=Practicals/Seminars/Field Work – 2 hours of practicals / seminars / field work per week for 15 weeks = 1 credit

Elective Areas:

  • Marketing (M)
  • Finance (F)
  • Human Resource Management (HRM)
  • Retailing & Supply Chain Management (R&SCM)
  • International Business (IB)
  • Information Systems (IS)
  • Tourism & Travel Management (TTM)
  • Health Care Management (HCM)
  • Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship (SBM&E)
  • Banking & Insurance (B&I)