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MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME SEMESTER I

Sl. No. Subject Code Subject Periods Per Week Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credits
L T P ESE CT TA
1 576111(76) Management Concepts & Processes(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
2 576112(76) Quantitative Techniques in Management(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
3 576113(76) Behavioral Science(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
4 576114(76) Managerial Economics(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
5 576115(76) Managerial Communication (New) 3 0 1 80 10 10 100 4
6 576116(76) Accounting for Managers(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
7 576117(76) Business Law(New) 3 0 0 80 10 10 100 3
8 576118(76) Business Ethics and CSR (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
9 576121(76) CAM Lab & Viva(New) 0 0 3 60 0 20 80 2
10 576122(76) Business Case Analysis Lab & Viva(New) 1 0 3 60 0 20 80 3
11 576122(76) General Communication Lab(New) 0 0 2 0 0 40 40 1
Total 25 7 8 760 80 160 1000 37

L – Lecture, T- Tutorial; ESE – End Semester Examination, CT – Class, Test, TA – Teacher's Assessment

STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME SEMESTER II

Sl. No. Subject Code Subject Periods Per Week Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credits
L T P ESE CT TA
1 576211(76) Management Information System & DSS (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
2 576212(76) Research Methodology(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
3 576213(76) Marketing Management(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
4 576214(76) Advanced Financial Management(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
5 576215(76) Human Resource Management(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
6 576216(76) Production & Operation Management (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
7 576217(76) Materials Management(New) 3 0 0 80 10 10 100 3
8 576218(76) Entrepreneurship Development(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
9 576221(76) Research Report & Viva 0 0 3 60 0 20 80 2
10 576222(76) Research Analysis Lab 1 0 3 60 0 20 80 3
11 576223(76) Human Consciousness Based Value Development 0 0 2 0 0 40 40 1
Total 25 7 8 760 80 160 1000 37

L – Lecture, T- Tutorial; ESE – End Semester Examination, CT – Class, Test, TA – Teacher's Assessment

STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME SEMESTER III

Sl. No. Subject Code Subject Periods Per Week Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credits
L T P ESE CT TA
1 576311(76) Optimization Methods(New) 3 2 0 80 10 10 100 4
2 576312(76) Organizational Development (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
3 576313(76) Innovation & Technology Management(New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
4 576314(76) Consumer Behavior hghb 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
5

Codes are given in
the list of electives

Elective I (Major Sp I; Group I) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
6 Elective II (Major Sp I; Group II) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
7 Elective III (Major Sp II; Group I) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
8 Elective IV (Major Sp II; Group II) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
9 576321(76) Negotiation and Managerial Skills Lab 0 0 3 60 0 40 100 2
10 576322(76) Summer Training Report and Viva 0 0 2 60 0 40 100 1
11 Library 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
Total 24 9 7 760 80 160 1000 35

L – Lecture, T- Tutorial; ESE – End Semester Examination, CT – Class, Test, TA – Teacher's Assessment
The list of specializations and electives offered in third semester is given in the subsequent page. For each specialization, electives are offered in two groups, namely Group I and Group II. A candidate has to select one elective each from Group I and Group II.

SPECIALIZATION AND ELECTIVES I TO IV FOR THIRD SEM

Marketing Management
GROUP I 576331(76) Marketing Research
576332(76) Distribution and Inventory Management
576333(76) Advertising and Sales Promotion
GROUP II 576334(76) Services Marketing
576335(76) Sales Management
576336(76) Customer Relationship Management
Finance Management
GROUP I 576341(76) Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
576342(76) Corporate Risk Management
576343(76) Working of Stock Exchanges
GROUP II 576344(76) Corporate Finance and Valuation
576345(76) Taxation and Tax Planning
576346(76) Futures and Options
Human Resource Management
GROUP I 576351(76) Human Resources Planning and Development
576352(76) Cross Cultural and Global HR Management
576353(76) Compensation Management
GROUP II 576354(76) Executive Compensation
576355(76) Performance Management
576356(76) Management of Training and Development
Systems Management
GROUP I 576361(76) Computer Networking
576361(76) Internet Business Models and Business Strategies
576361(76) RDBMS & SQL Concepts
GROUP II 576361(76) Mobile Commerce and Security

576361(76) Knowledge Management and Innovation
576361(76) Software Engineering & Project Management
Production and Operations Management
GROUP I 576371(76) Production Planning and Control
576372(76) Quality Control, Quality Assurance and Reliability
576373(76) Productivity Improvement Techniques
GROUP II 576374(76) Lean and Agile Systems
576375(76) Manufacturing and Enterprise Resources Planning
576376(76) Logistics and Services

STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME SEMESTER IV

Sl. No. Subject Code Subject Periods Per Week Scheme of Examination Total Marks Credits
L T P ESE CT TA
1 576411(76) Corporate Strategy (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
2 576412(76) Econometrics and Decision Science (New) 3 2 0 80 10 10 100 4
3

Codes are given in the list of electives

Elective V (Major Sp I; Group I) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
4 Elective VI (Major Sp I; Group II) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
5 Elective VII (Major Sp II; Group I) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
6 Elective VIII (Major Sp II; Group II) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
7 Applied Elective Theory (New) 3 1 0 80 10 10 100 4
8 Applied Elective Lab 0 0 3 60 0 40 100 2
9 576422(76) Major Project Report and Viva Voce 0 1 5 140 0 60 200 3
Total 21 9 8 760 70 170 1000 33

L – Lecture, T- Tutorial; ESE – End Semester Examination, CT – Class, Test, TA – Teacher's Assessment
The list of specializations and electives offered in fourth semester is given in the subsequent page. For each specialization, electives are offered in two groups, namely Group I and Group II. A candidate has to select one elective each from Group I and Group II.

SPECIALIZATION AND ELECTIVES V TO VIII FOR FOURTH SEM

Marketing Management
GROUP I 576431(76) Product and Brand Management
576432(76) Rural and Agro Marketing(New)
576433(76) International Business Marketing(New)
GROUP II 576434(76) Internet and Social Media Marketing(New)
576435(76) Retail Management(New)
576436(76) Corporate Communications(New)

Finance Management
GROUP I 576441(76) Management of Working Capital (New)
576442(76) International Financial Management(New)
576443(76) Business Analysis and Valuation (New)   

GROUP II 576444(76) Project Planning and Analysis(New)
576445(76) Banking and Insurance (New)
576446(76) Operations Research for Finance and Risk Analysis(New)
Human Resource Management
GROUP I 576451(76) Industrial Relations(New)
576452(76) Organizational Behavior(New)

576453(76) Strategic Human Resource Management(New)
GROUP II 576454(76) General Administration(New)
576455(76) Emerging Issues in HR Management(New)
576456(76) Interpersonal Processes and Counseling Skills for Managers(New)
Systems Management
GROUP I 576461(76) Business Process Re-engineering and ERP(New)
576462(76) IT Enabled Services Management (New)
576463(76) Internet Security and Cyber Laws(New)

GROUP II

576464(76) Data Warehousing and Data Mining (New)
576465(76) Internet Marketing(New)
576466(76) Wireless Technologies and Convergence(New)
Production and Operations Management
GROUP I 576471(76) Supply Chain Management
576472(76) Project Planning, Evaluation & Management
576473(76) Quality Management Systems
GROUP II 576474(76) Push and Pull Based Manufacturing Systems
576475(76) Six Sigma
576476(76) Manufacturing Strategy

APPLIED ELECTIVES FOR FOURTH SEMESTER

Applied Electives
576481(76) Hospital Management (New)
576482(76) Travel and Tourism(New)
576483(76) Transport and Logistics(New)
576484(76) Insurance(New)
576485(76) Banking(New)
576486(76) Management of SME & Family Business (New)
576487(76) Media Management(New)
576488(76) Event Management(New)
576489(76) Advanced Corporate Communications(New)
576480(76) Sports Management(New)
  1. A student can select any one of the above electives.
  2. For each applied elective a student must take two papers, namely Applied elective Theory and Applied elective Lab
  3. An institute may offer to run the above electives through its own faculty or through faculty from outside.
  4. At least a feasible number must register for a course to be offered by the institute. The feasible number is at the discretion of the institute.
  5. The institutes must send its choice of Applied Electives within one month of the start of the semester.

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