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The curriculum is innovative and is continuously updated to integrate changes that are taking place in the business environment. The curriculum consists of compulsory and elective courses.

Core Courses (Compulsory Courses)
Core courses are the foundation courses of management education. They are compulsory for all students and mostly they are offered in the first year. Some courses provide perspective on management, while other courses focus on functional knowledge. Some courses, on the other hand, are related to self-development and skill building. A few core courses are offered in the second year also.

Elective Courses
Elective courses are offered in the second year of the programme. Students are required to opt for twelve elective courses (36 credit hours).

Field Courses
There are two field courses: Managing Social Project and Capstone Project. The former is scheduled in the first year, while the latter is slated in the second year.

Audit Courses
An audit course is not meant for earning academic credit. A student audits a course as a matter of personal interest and knowledge enhancement. Audit students are not entitled for assessment. An audit course by a student has to be approved by the Chairperson, MBA (FT).

Additional Credit Courses
A student s required to take 102 credit hours of courses to be eligible for the award of the degree. However, a student is allowed to take additional elective courses.

Summer Project/Internship
At the end of the third term, all students are required to do summer project/internship of 8-10 weeks with an industrial, business or service organisation. The conditions of successfully completing the programme are not deemed to have been satisfied unless a student does summer project/internship. The project is intended to give the students an opportunity to sharpen their knowledge and skills, to appreciate the practical problems of management, and to begin planning their career in light of the practical experience gained during the period.

Specialization
A student will be allowed to take duel specialization viz: Major and Minor specialization. The student is required to take certain number of credit hours of courses from the area of specialization to be eligible for major specialization. Similarly, a student is required to take certain number of credit hours of courses from particular area of specialization to be eligible for minor specialization. While opting major & minor specialization, the course should be mutually exclusive for meeting the credit requirements.

Curriculum Architecture

1st year structure (Compulsory Courses) :
Term I

Computer Skills for Management
Managerial Accounting I

Managerial Economics
Managerial Oral Communication

Marketing Management I
Organizational Behaviour I

Quantitative Techniques in Mgmt. I


Term II

Analysis of Cases and Written Comm.
Financial Management I

Macro Economics
Managerial Accounting II

Managing Social Projects
Marketing Management II

Operations Management I
Quantitative Techniques in Mgmt. II


Term III

Analysis of Cases and Written Comm.
Financial Management II

Human Resource Management
Management Information Systems

Managing Social Projects
Marketing Research

Organizational Behaviour II
Operations Management II

Strategic Management I



2nd year structure (Compulsory Courses) :

Strategic Management - II
Business Laws

Capstone


Specialization / Elective Courses
Given below is the list of elective courses. The courses shall be offered in different terms of the II year. The actual number of courses offered in a particular term shall depend on registration and available resources. In this regard, the decision of the Institute will be final.
Marketing Finance

Advertising and Sales Promotion
Bank Management

Business-to-Business Marketing
Mgmt. of Direct and Indirect Taxes

Consumer Behaviour
Management of Financial Services

International Marketing
Insurance

Product and Brand Management
International Finance

Retail Marketing
Management Control Systems

Sales and Distribution Management
Project Planning and Control

Services Marketing
Strategic Cost Management

Strategic Marketing
Working Capital Management

Managing Corporate Relations
Derivatives and Risk Management

Direct Marketing
Mergers and Acquisitions

Rural Marketing
Econometrics for Finance

Internet Marketing
Investment and Portfolio Management

Customer Relationship Management

Marketing of Innovation

Advanced Marketing Research


HRM Infomation Technology

Compensation Management
Client Server Application Management

Industrial Relations & Labour Laws
Data Warehousing and Data Mining

International HR Management
Enterprise Resource Planning

Organization Deve. & Change Mgmt.
IT Strategy for Business

Performance Management
Managing Electronic Business

Recruitment and Selection
Relational Database Mgmt. Systems

Strategic HR Management
Software Project Management

Training and Development
Telecomm. and Networking for Busi.

Human Resource Development
Multi-Media Management

Security and Control of Info. Systems

Business Process Reengineering

Knowledge Management


International Business Operations Management

Export- Import Management
Logistics Management

Export- Import Policy, Procedures
and Documentation Operations Management in Services

International Business
Supply Chain Management

International Business Laws
Total Quality Management

International Market Research
World Class Manufacturing

International Organisations, Regional Blocks, and WTO Project Management

International Technology Transfer / Multinational Corporations Management of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Organisations
International Trade
Technology Management

Global Management


Non-Specialization Elective Courses
General Management Organisational Behaviour

Management Consulting
People Management and Leadership

Business Ethics & Corp. Governance
Negotiation Skills

Environmental Management
Personality Development and Business Etiquette

Multivariate Data Analysis
Coaching and Counselling

Business History
Mgmt. of Co-operation and Conflict

Personal Growth Laboratory

Transactional Analysis


Economics Family Business and Entrepreneurship

Economic and Business Forecasting
Creativity and Innovation for Entrepreneurs

Contemporary Issues in Economics
Intrapreneurship

Information Economics
Managing A Growing Organisation

New Venture Creation

Social Entrepreneurship

Case Studies of Entrepreneurs

MDI
Course
Curriculum
Term-I
Term-IV
• Strategic HRM-I
• Employment Law-II
• HR Planning
• Individual Society Organizations
• Supply Chain Management
• Strategic Challenges in
Marketing for HR Professionals
• Operations Management for
Services
• Management Control Systems
Term-III
• Business Strategy Formulation
and Implementation
• Human Resource Information
System
• Operations Management for
Manufacturing
• Organizational Planning &
Design
• Performance Management
• Employment Law-I
• Wealth Creation through Effective
Financial Management
Term-VI
• Leadership and Managerial
Effectiveness
• Cross Cultural Management and
International HRM
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Recruitment and Selection
First Year
Second Year
• Management Accounting-I
• HR Systems and Processes
• Organization Behavior
• Managerial Economics
• Marketing Planning
• Oral Communication and
Presentation Skills
• Statistics for Management
• What A Manager Does
Summer Internship
Term-II
Term-V
• Consulting Skills and Change
Management
• Mergers and Acquisitions
• Talent Management and
Competency Framework
• Negotiating Skills and Collective
Bargaining
• Compensation Management
• Team Building and Conflict
Management
• Learning and Development

IMT-HR

Curriculum

These courses provide stimulating and rigorous studies in business management with a blend of strong industry interaction in order to contribute to the future supply of professionally qualified and broadly trained managers. This is achieved at IMT through an ongoing process of feedback, brainstorming and evolution of its curriculum to remain aligned with the emerging needs of the market. The curriculum maintains a healthy balance of depth and breadth of knowledge and skills encompassing the strong conceptual base with the topping of contemporary issues and trends.

Term I Term II Term III

• Business Communication

• Financial Accounting for Managers

• Legal Aspects of Business

• Marketing Management

• Managerial Economics

• Organizational Behaviour-I

• Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions-I

• Macro Economics-Principles & Policies

• Management Accounting & Control

• Marketing Management-II

• Operations Management-I

• Organizational Behaviour-II

• Quantitative Techniques for Business Decisions-II

• Business Environment

• Financial Management

• Human Resource Management

• International Business

• Operations Management-II

• Strategic Management

• Value & Ethics

Term IV Term V Term VI

• Strategic Management-II

• Advanced Oral Communication

• Electives

• Electives

• Electives



Electives

Term IV

Advertising & Sales Promotion

Analysis & Design of Information Systems

Consumer Behaviour

Derivatives Management

E Business

Financial Institutions and Markets

Financial Statement Analysis and Business Valuation

Global Sourcing and Business Development

Human Resource Planning & Staffing

Introduction to Industrial Relations

Investment Banking and Financial Services

Knowledge Management

Organization Change and Development

Performance Management and Appraisal

Portfolio Management - International Perspectives

Product Management

Project Management

Sales Management

Strategic Brand Management

Strategic Corporate Finance

Supply Chain Management

Total Quality Management

Training and Development

Term V

Business Modeling through System Dynamics

Business Process Resources

Compensation Management and Reward Processes

Competency Mapping and Assessment Centers

Customer Relationship Management

Data Warehousing and Mining (BI)

Distribution Management

Employment Relations Laws

Enterprise Resource Planning

Equity Research

Financial Econometrics

Grievance Management & Collective Bargaining

Infrastructure Project Management and Finance

International Financial Management

International HRM

International Marketing

Management of Banks and Insurance Companies

Managing Change

Managing Innovation and Creativity

Marketing of Services

Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring

Psychological Testing

Rural Marketing

Securitization

Service Operations Management

Software Project Management

Strategic Cost Management

Term VI

Advanced Marketing Research

Business to Business Marketing

Corporate Tax Planning & Management

Effective Recruitment and Selection

Entrepreneurship Management

Export Management

Fixed Income Securities

Global Economic Environment

Information Security

International Brand Management

IT Infrastructure Management

Management Control System

Measurement in HR/IR

Measuring Corporate Business Performance

Operations Strategy

Personal Growth Lab

Perspectives in Leadership Through Literature

Retail Marketing

Software Quality

Stockholders Value Maximization & Valuation of Intangibles

Strategic HRM

Strategic Information Systems

Stress Management and Transactional Analysis

Supply Chain Modeling

Technology Management

Treasury Management

Working Capital Management

LIST OF COURSES

I. ECONOMICS

CORE COURSES

1. Macroeconomic Policy and Analysis

2. Managerial Economics

ELECTIVES

3. Economic Indicators : Database & Estimation

4. Economics of Human Resources 􀁮

5. Entrepreneurship and New Ventures 􀁯

6. Industrial Economics & Competitive Strategies

7. International Business Economics

8. Managing Private - Public Partnerships 􀁯

9. Money Banking and Finance

II. FINANCE

CORE COURSES

1. Accounting for Management

2. Basic Financial Management

III. GENERAL MANAGEMENT

CORE COURSES

1. Managerial Communication

2. Managerial Ethics

3. Social Research Methods

ELECTIVES

4. Art of Public Speaking

5. Corporate Image Building

6. Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness

7. Neuro Linguistic Programming

8. Social Legislation for Indian Managers

􀁮 Offered as an elective in PM&IR area also.

􀁯 Offered as an elective in Strategic Management area also.

IV. INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CORE COURSE

1. Business Computing

ELECTIVES

2. Business and Data Communications Networks

3. Business Modeling Through System Dynamics

4. Cyber Law & I P R

5. Data Structures

6. Data Warehousing and Data Mining

7. DBMS with Oracle

8. Decision Support Systems

9. e-Business 􀁮

10. Enterprise Resource Planning 􀁮

11. Human Resource Information Systems 􀁯

12. Information Security and Risk Management

13. I. S. Strategy

14. Object-Oriented Programming

15. Software Project Management

V. MARKETING

CORE COURSE

1. Marketing

VI. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

CORE COURSES

1. OB-I : Individual Behaviour in Organization

2. OB-II : Group Behaviour in Organization

3. OB-III : Organizational Structure, Design & Change

ELECTIVES

4. Assertiveness Training

5. Building Learning Organizations 􀁰

6. Consulting to Management

7. Cross-Cultural Management

8. Designing Organizations for Uncertain Environment 􀁰

9. Impression Management

􀁮 Offered as an elective in Production and Operations Management area also.

􀁯 Offered as an elective in PM&IR area also.

􀁰 Offered as an elective in Strategic Management area also.

10. Indian Philosophy for Leadership Excellence

11. Leadership, Influence and Power

12. Management of Creativity

13. Management of Relationships

14. Managerial Competencies and Career Development 􀁮

15. Managerial Counselling 􀁮

16. Organizational Change and Development 􀁮

17. Personal Effectiveness and Leadership

18. Personal Growth Lab

19. Occupational Testing 􀁮

20. Strategic Human Resource Management 􀁮

21. Stress Management

22. Transactional Analysis

VII. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

CORE COURSES

1. Employment Relations Laws - I

2. Employment Relations Laws - II

3. Human Resource Planning

4. Introduction to Industrial Relations

5. Introduction to Labour Laws

6. Introduction to Personnel Management

7. Performance Management and Appraisal

8. Wage Determination and Administration

ELECTIVES

9. Advanced Manpower Planning

10. Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Process

11. Economics of Human Resources 􀁯

12. Executive Compensation

13. Grievance Resolution (Half-Credit Course)

14. Human Resource Information Systems 􀁰

15. Industrial Jurisprudence

16. International Human Resource Management

17. Labour Law Applications

􀁮 Offered as an elective in PM&IR area also.

􀁯 Offered as an elective in Economics area also.

􀁰 Offered as an elective in Information Systems area also.

18. Managerial Competencies and Career Development 􀁮

19. Managerial Counselling 􀁮

20. Managing Redundancy

21. Measuring HR (Half-Credit Course)

22. Occupational Testing 􀁮

23. Operations Research for HRM 􀁯

24. Organizational Change and Development 􀁮

25. Participative Management (Half-Credit Course)

26. Selection (Half-Credit Course)

27. Strategic Human Resource Management 􀁮

28. Training and Development

VIII. PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

CORE COURSES

1. Production Management

2. Quantitative Techniques for Human Resources Management

ELECTIVES

3. e-Business 􀁰

4. Enterprise Resource Planning 􀁰

5. Operations Research for HRM 􀁱

6. Total Quality Management

IX. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

Core Course

1. Strategic Management

ELECTIVES

2. Building Learning Organizations 􀁮

3. Competition and Globalization

4. Designing Organizations for Uncertain Environment 􀁮

5. Entrepreneurship and New Ventures 􀁲

6. International Management

7. Managing Private - Public Partnerships 􀁲

8. Resource Based Strategy

9. Strategies for Managing International Health Systems

10. Strategies of Co-operation

􀁮 Offered as an elective in Organizational Behaviour area also.

􀁯 Offered as an elective in Production and Operations Management area also.

􀁰 Offered as an elective in Information Systems area also.

􀁱 Offered as an elective in PM&IR area also.

􀁲 Offered as an elective in Economics area also.


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NMIMS - Full Time MBA - Curriculum

Full Time MBA Academic Council

Curriculum Program Introduction

Master of Business Management (MBA) Program Objectives

Pedagogy

First Year Eligibility

Admission Criteria & Process

Building Integrated Perspective of Management for Leadership Curriculum

Evaluation Criteria

Placements





Figures in bracket represent number of credits. Each credit will be of 20 sessions of 1 hr & 30 mins.

Programme* Orientation Term I I Term II

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Microeconomics: Customer Acquisition and Retention (1)

Firms, Markets and Behaviour (1)

Decision Analysis and Modeling(1)

Individual Dynamics and Leadership (1)

Macroeconomic Analysis and* Policies (1)

Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions (1)

Group and Organization Dynamics (1)

Information Systems for Management (1)

Management Accounting and Control (1)

Corporate Social Responsibility (1)

Workshops and Project* Ethics (0.5) Written Analysis and (0.5) Communication

Based

Courses Written Business Communication (0.5) Business Research Methods (0.5)



Legal Environment of Business (1.0)

Indian Values and Management Philosophy*

Management learning through films and literature

Family Businesses in India*

Management learning through arts and history*



Preparation: 15 sessions Sessions : *6* Sessions :

Orientation: 15 sessions Courses: 120 Courses: 120

Workshops: 20 Workshops: 40

No. of credits : 7 No. of credits: 8



* Non-credit courses*

Figures in bracket represent number of credits. Each credit will be of 20 sessions of 1 hr & 30 mins.





Second Year



Area wise list of subjects for MBA Core Program II year



TRIMESTER IV (08-09)

Area Credit choices

Compulsory subject Strategic Management

Business Environment & Strategy Business Intellectual Property

Human Rights and Management Decisions

Economics Multinationals and the International Economics

Game Theory and Application

Emerging Market Economics('1/2* Credit)

Finance International Finance*

Strategic Cost Management

Management of Financial Institutions

Investment and Portfolio Management*

Corporate Tax Planning

Strategic Financial Management

HR & Behavioural Sciences Behavioral Dynamics in Organization**

Employee Relations and Labour Laws**

Selection and Recruitment

Performance Management

IT in HR

HR Audit

Information Systems Networking and Telecommunication

Data Management

System Analysis and Simulation

IT Infrastructure Management

Software Project Management

Information System Audit and Control

Marketing Consumer Behaviour

Pricing ('1/2)

Marketing Research

Sales Management

Integrated Marketing communication

Sales Promotion

Retail Marketing

Distribution ('1/2)

Direct Marketing

Operations & Decision Sciences Advanced Method of Data Analysis

Service Operations Management

Logistics Management

Production Planning and Control

TRIMESTER V (08-09)

Area* Credit Choices

Compulsory subject Strategic Implementation

Business Environment & Strategy Strategic Alliances

Entrepreneurship & New Venture Planning

Managing Corporate Turnarounds (Half Credit)

Economics International Trade & Investment

Public Finance and Fiscal Policy

Economics of Industrial Organization

Finance Commercial Bank Management

Fixed Income Securities & Debt Markets

Futures Options and Risk Management*

Micro Finance*

Mergers,Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring

HR & Behavioural Sciences Organization Theory, Structure & Design*

Learning and Development*

Basic Managerial Competencies

Compensation and Benefits

Change Management & Organization Development

Organisation Culture and Work Life Balance

Information Systems E Business

Knowledge Management

ERP Systems: Technology Planning and Implementation

Strategic Business Process Outsourcing

Business Process Management

E-Governance

Marketing Industrial Marketing

Marketing of High Tech products

Service Marketing

Customer Relationship Management

Marketing Engineering

Media Planning (Half Credit Course)

Marketing Strategy

International Marketing

Sports Business Marketing & Financing (Half credit Course)

Internet Marketing & E-commerce

Operations and Decision Sciences Modeling for Decision Making

Supply Chain Management

Total Quality Management

Project Management

TRIMESTER VI (08-09)

Area Credit Courses

Economics Health Economics and Financing ( '1/2 credit)

Urban Economics( '1/2 credit)

Finance Commodities Market

Infrastructure Financing and Regulation

Computational Finance

Real Estate Finance

Behavioural Finance ( '1/2 credit)

Hedge Funds ( '1/2 credit)

Private Equity Finance ( '1/2 credit)

Securities Regulation* ( '1/2 credit)

Human Resources and Behavioural Sciences Strategic HRM

Quantitative* Techniques in HRM

Talent Management

International HRM

Workshop On Appreciative Inquiry ( '1/2 credit)

Workshop on Emotional Intelligence ( '1/2 credit)

Information Systems Strategic Planning of Information systems

Business Dynamics of IT Industry

Technology ventures Workshop

Software Product Lifecycle management -Workshop (1/2' Credit)

Software Testing Workshop (1/2 ' Credit)

IT Solutions in Verticles-Seminar

Marketing Cross Cultural Marketing

Technology in Marketing

Marketing Implementation & Measurement ( '1/2 credit)

Social Marketing

Consumer Based Business Strategy

Emotional Branding

Innovations in Marketing

Operations and Decision Sciences Manufacturing Strategy

World Class Manufacturing

Managing Technology

Advanced Supply Chain Management

SPJIMR - SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )

Programme Architecture Programmes ~*PGDM*~*Programme Architecture

Also See: Specialisation*|*Pedagogy







The Programme comprises of a foundation module followed by six trimesters spread over two academic years.



*Year 1

The 1st year curriculum aims to strengthen the fundamentals in all areas of functional management and provides a holistic perspective of general management.



The programme commences even before the students arrive on the campus, in the form of pre-MBA study material sent to them. On arrival at the campus, there is a foundation module of two weeks with an objective to enable all participants attain the same level of understanding in the basic issues/concepts related to management. This is followed by three trimesters that constitute over 500 classroom sessions (each of 70 min duration) ensuring a through grounding in fundamentals, as well as building communication, computer and quantitative skills.



The students also develop various managerial traits through the ADMAP programme. A compulsory out-bound programme helps develop group dynamics and inter personal skills providing an opportunity for introspection in an environment away from the campus. Towards the end of the first year, students undertake a six-week socially relevant project under the aegis of Centre for DOCC (Development of Corporate Citizenship). Apart form these Gita Shibir, seminars, workshops, etc are also conducted.



*Year 2

The second year specialisation provides inputs in the chosen area of specialisation and is customized to the student's career focus and industry requirements.



The three trimesters in the second year consist of over 400 classroom sessions geared towards an in-depth understanding of the respective fields of specialisation. The students undertake eight-week corporate projects with our industry partners during the second year.



*Trimester break-up

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Business Economics - Micro Business Economics - Micro Marketing Management -1 IT in Business -1 Operations Management -2 a

Business Communication Operations Management -1 Quantitative Methods -3 t

Quantitative Methods -1 Marketing Management -2 Business Policy i

Managerial Economics - Micro Quantitative Methods -2 IT in Business -2 o

Business Law Negotiation Skills n

NON - CLASSROOM INTITIATIVES

· CEO lecture series

· Seminars on contemporary business topics

· Business environment analysis

· Panel discussions

· Inter college competitions (at national and international level)

ADMAP

SELF DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS SKILLS



· Personal Growth Lab · Written and Oral Communication

· Gita Lecture Series · Decision Making

· Trait Development · Interpersonal Skills

· Workshops · Team Work

· Outbound Activities



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COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

· Business Policy and Strategy

· Taxation



ELECTIVES

· E-business

· Services Management

· Contemporary Leadership Practice

· Entrepreneurship Project for Business Analysis

Plus

· Workshops

· Leadership Business Ethics

· Advanced Negotiators

· Entrepreneurship

· Contemporary Issues in Management

· Cross Cultural Issues in Management

TAPMI <link updated to site home>

I YEAR PGP COURSES

Theme 1 : Basics in Management

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

1. Quantitative Techniques 3

2. Basics of Accounting 3

3. Organizational Behaviour 3

4. Micro Economics 3

5. IT Skills in Management 2

6. Written Analysis & Communication-1 2

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Theme 2 : Foundations of Functions

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

1. Macro Economics 3

2. Marketing Management - 1 3

3. Organizational Theory & Practise 2

4. Financial Management 3

5. Management Information Systems 2

6. Business Statistics 3

7. Written Analysis & Communication - 2 2

8. Operations Management - 1 2

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Theme 3 : Firm’s Performance: Functions & Analysis

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

1. Operations Management-2 2

2. Marketing Research 3

3. Human Resources Management 2

4. Financial Statement Analysis 2

5. Marketing Management-2 2

6. Operations Research 2

7. Legal Environment 2

8. Management Accounting 2

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II YEAR PGP COURSES

Theme 4 : Managerial Leadership

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

1. Managerial Ethics (including CSR) 2

2. Business Leadership (including Individual Decision Styles) 2

3. Strategic Management 3

4. Management Control Systems (including Corporate Governance) 2

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Theme 5 : Reflection on Management in Practice

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

1. Research & Innovation Skills (Brand Scan) 2

2. Management in Practice - Phase 4 2

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Theme 6: Advanced Professional Competency

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

Electives - Total no. of credits to be registered 18-20

MARKETING COURSES (MKTG)

1. Business to Business Marketing 2

2. Brand Management 3

3. Sales Management 2

4. Distribution Management 3

5. Retail Management 3

6. Consumer Behaviour 3

SYSTEMS COURSES (SYST)

1. IT Project Management 3

2. Systems Analysis & Design 3

3. Managing IT Outsourcing 2

4. Information Risk Management 2

5. Enterprise Resources Planning 2

HUMAN RESOURCE COURSES (HRM)

1. Learning & Self Development 2

2. Recruitment & Selection 2

3. Performance Measurement & Management 2

4. Strategic HRM 2

5. Managing Change & Innovation 2

FINANCE COURSES (FIN)

1. Money, Banking & Financial Markets 2

2. Taxation 2

3. Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 3

4. Advanced Corporate Finance 3

5. Fundamentals of Risk Management & Insurance 2

6. Options, Futures & Other Derivatives 3

7. Banking and Financial Services 3

QUANTITATIVE/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (QT/OPM)

1. Supply Chain Management 3

2. Quality Management & Six Sigma Green Belt 2

ENTREPRENEURSHIP/GENERAL MGMT COURSES (ENT/GEN)

1. New Venture Creation 3

2. Strategic Thinking 1

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Theme 7 : Responsible Manager

Sl.No. Course Name Credit

Electives - Total no. of credits to be registered

12-14



MARKETING COURSES (MKTG)

1. Services Marketing 2

2. Personal Selling & Sales Negotiation 2

3. Marketing Strategy: Formulation & Implementation 3

4. Advertising Management 2

SYSTEMS COURSES (SYS)

1. Data Mining for Business Intelligence 3

2. Software Valuation 1

3. IT Project Course 3

4. Customer Relationship Management 2

HUMAN RESOURCE COURSES (HRM)

1. HRM in Knowledge Workplace 1

2. Emotional Intelligence: Social Skill 1

3. Competence based HRM 2

4. Employee Relations: Democracy in Organizations 2

FINANCE COURSES (FIN)

1. Microfinance 2

2. Consulting 1

3. International Financial Management 2

4. Advanced Study of Life & General Insurance 2

5. Financial Time Series 2

QUANTITATIVE/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (QT/OPM)

1. Manufacturing & Services Simulation 2

2. Technology Management 2

3. Product Design & Development 2

ENTREPRENEURSHIP/GENERAL MGMT COURSES (ENT/GEN)

1. Project Management 2

2. Knowledge Management 2

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BRAND SCAN

A unique market research fair that occurs in November.

YOGA

Besides Class Room learning, TAPMI believes in its students to get exposed to Outbound Program, NGO Work, Management-in-Practice (including Summer Project, Field Work, etc.) They are also required to undergo a short course on 'YOGA' practice under trained personnel.

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