1 LU-IMS PROSPECTUS Vision: Forge global partnerships with the Industry and Academia and evolve continually through teaching, research and innovations, in order to develop responsible and successful managers for the corporate across the world and for our nation in particular.
2 LU-IMS University of Lucknow Admission Brochure TWO YEAR FULL-TIME MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES SESSION
3 Contents University of Lucknow 3 Institute of Management Sciences (I.M.S.) 4 MBA Programmes of IMS 6 MBA (Corporate Management) MBA (Finance & Control) MBA (HR & IR) MBA (International Business) MBA (Marketing) MBA (Management Sciences) MBA (Retail Management) Industry Advisory Board 8 Industry MentorsFor MBA Programs 9 Global Academic Pursuits 10 LU IMS Incubation Centre 12 Programme details at a glance 13 Eligibility for Admission 13 Course Curriculum 14
4 University of Lucknow The University of Lucknow was founded in 1920 on the principle that higher educationmust be made accessible to every deserving person. The University has emerged as one of thelargest and most important centers of education & research in India. The University aims toimpart skillful guidance, conduct researches in various fields of knowledge and provideconsultancy on several aspects benefiting society at large. Light and learning is its motto. Thecontinuing endeavor of the University is to evolve itself as an institute that provides sound andprogressive knowledge base and skilled manpower to cater to the needs of the nation. The University today imparts education in eight faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce, Management, Ayurved, Education, Law, Fine Arts and Physical Education to over 35000students. It has under its ambit 70 Associated Colleges, which impart teaching at bothundergraduate and postgraduate levels to approximately 100,000 students. The University has been awarded a four star rating by the NAAC team sent by the UGC in2002. It is heartening to mention that the University has set a high benchmark in academicstandards, because of which it hosted the National Science Congress in 2002 and was attended by Bharat Ratna Shri APJ Abdul Kalam, now the President of India, the Prime Minister and leading scientists from world over. The University is endowed with fairly large infrastructural facilities. It has a fullynetworked campus. All the academic and administrative offices are networked through a fiber optic based wide area network. The second campus of the University is located on 75acres of land on Sitapur Road and surrounded by lush greenery and serenity and houses thefaculty of Law and the Institute of Management Sciences.Six new institutes have come into existence namely (I) Institute of Rural Development (II) Institute of Environment and Ecology (III) Dr. GiriLal Gupta Institute of Public Health (IV) Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Institute of Democracy (V) Institute of Human Consciousnessand Yogic Science and (VI) Institute of Material Science. International donors like UN agencies,world Bank, Action Aid, Oxfam, Government of India, American British, Iranian and GermanEmbassies have been supporting the activities of the University.
5 LU-IMS Institute of Management Sciences The Institute of Management Sciences, University of Lucknow is a pioneering Institute in the field of modern management education. It was established in 2001 as an umbrella institute for self financing management programmes approved by AICTE/UGC /University of Lucknow. The Institute is located in the second campus of the University.The continuing endeavor of IMS is to evolve itself as an Institute that can provide skilled professionals to various sectors of the economy. The Institute takes pride in introducing and successfully running contemporary programmes catering to the changing requirements of the business and industry. With globalization of the Indian economy, there is a tremendous demand for personnel with managerial skills. Keeping in view the potential requirements for competent human resources for managing and running different types of profit and non- profit organizations, the Institute offers ten MBA Programmes, two PG Diploma Programmes and four Undergraduate Management Programmes catering to different functional areas and sectoral requirements. The student body of IMS for Post Graduate Programmes is meticulously selected through IIM (CAT) and carefully nurtured in an atmosphere that is creative, harmonizing and yet challenging. The intake for undergraduate programmes is from all disciplines. These programmes provide opportunities for future preparation, attitudinal fine tuning and personality development for higher courses, apart from providing self- employment or engagement with business and industry.heavy emphasis is placed on developing real managers through continuous interaction with industry. Besides focusing on general management skills, the Institute through its different programmes provides specialization in functional areas such as marketing, finance, human or sectoral specialization in retail, tourism and international business. These programmes sensitize the students to changes in business environment and provide conceptual and analytical skill to formulate business plans and strategies for successful implementation. The integrated learning approach includes seminars, project work, industrial tour, case studies, summer internships, business games and presentations and guest lectures from corporate sector. The interactive nature of programmes helps to develop interpersonal skill and prepare students for handling organizational challenges and assuming leadership position in all fields of management endeavour. Over the years the placement of students of IMS has been improving. Large number of reputed companies have continuously patronized the campus and provided career opportunities. The institute has contributed towards meeting the specialized manpower requirements of industry in India and abroad. The number of IMS students selected by foreign universities for pursuing advanced degree after their graduation has been increasing over the years indicating the international acceptance of their professional background.the Institute s future focus is on further strengthening its intellectual capital, promoting increased industry-institute partnership, contributing to management research through Ph.D Programme and facilitating foreign tie-up with reputed universities for exchange programmes.
6 TEACHING CULTURE OF IMS Class room teaching: Students have to take forty to fiftycredit courses supplemented with two viva-voce exams inthe two-year duration. Class-room learning isconsolidated by combining lectures with case studies andpresentations. Non-class-room learning: The students are exposedto the practical corporate world through a part-time on-the-job Training (OJT), Summer Training, practicalassignments, projects and seminars. Knowledge gained inthe class -room needs to be reinforced by the right attitudesand proper skills to complete the troika of managerialcapability development. INFRASTRUCTURE Library The Institute has a well-stocked library of its own.the Library comprises of an extensive collection of bookson all areas of management. The library subscribes to anumber of reputed international and Indian journals andperiodicals. Besides, Institute s students have easy accessto the University central library, viz., Tagore Librarywhich is one of the biggest libraries of the country with25,000 e-journals. Teaching Pedagogy The teaching pedagogy involves lectures and seminars, casediscussions and students presentations. Quality studymaterialis also supplied to students in plenty. Experiencebrought through summer training, projects andassignments, etc., supplements the theory with practical. Computer Centre IMS students have elaborate arrangements for usingcomputer facility at the Institute. The Institute s Computerlab has latest hardware, licensed software and qualified staff. Internet connectivity between Main and SecondCampus is on the cards. A (Finance & Control) Hostel Accommodation The University has earmarked separate hostelaccommodation for boys and girls perusing management programmes. The allotment of seats in hostel is strictlybased on merit. In addition to exclusive hostel facility,management students, can also get hostel facility in otherhostels of the university subject to availability. INDUSTRIAL VISITS In order to apprise the students of the various actsand statutes applicable to the industries, students of the programme are required to visit two-three industries ofrepute each year. It provides an opportunity to get first-hand information as also the feel of the industrialenvironment. Senior HR executives address and interactwith the students and encourage them for their futureassignments and also brief them about the challengeswhich they would be facing as HR managers. PLACEMENT FACILITIES A dedicated Placement Cell functions out of LU-IMS which works at providing both summer internships as well as final placements to the students.
7 MBA PROGRAMMES OF IMS MBA (CORPORATE MANAGEMENT) The two-year (four-semester) full-time programme leading to the award of MBA (Corporate Management)degree is a Post Graduate highly professional course forcareer opportunities in the key areas of the management ofbusiness houses in general and corporate organizations inparticular. The specialization of MBA (CM) as compared to the similar management programmes like MBA stems fromthe fact that it has papers related to legal and strategic aspects specially suited to corporate world. MBA (FINANCE & CONTROL) The two-year (four-semester) full-time programme leading to the award of MBA (Finance & Control) degree isa post graduate highly professional course for career opportunities in the key areas of Finance. With globalisation of Indian economy, organisations need professionals who understand international finance andinternational capital-market. These developments place apremium on well trained young men and womenpossessing superior professional skills in financial analysisand management. Hence this programme aims at developing such skills in students so as to handle thechallenges in the area of finance in a complex businessenvironment. MBA (HR & IR) The aim of the Course is to impart knowledge anddevelop skills in various areas of Human ResourceManagement and Industrial Relations. Human resourcesmanagement is an all pervasive process beginning fromprocurement of right kind of personnel required forperforming various types of functions essential forattainment of stipulated objectives up to their separationfrom organization. Human resource is very delicate andcomplex and its management obviously requires verysophisticated and careful handling. Human resourcemanagement course strives to blend organizational needson the one hand and satisfaction of employee s needs onthe other.realizing the vital need for selection of adequatelytrained human resource managers in organisations, University of Lucknow started a two-year self financing master s course in Human Resource management andindustrial Relations which is based on the assessment ofvaried kinds of roles and responsibilities which humanresource managers would be required to shoulder. MBA (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS) The contribution of the external sectors of theeconomy is very crucial for country's growth and prosperity. Foreign earnings of companies indicate theircompetitive poison in the international arena. Differentcompanies use different routes to enter foreign countriesstarting with exports, franchise operations, overseasmanufacturing, and joint ventures and setting foreignsubsidiaries. Operating in International environmentrequires understanding of International economy, crosscultural issues and global business environment.with concepts like globalization and liberalizationruling the roost, radical changes in the world economicscenario, changes in Indian economy like rupeeconvertibility and increased Foreign Direct Investments,there is a lot of scope for professionals to handleinternational financial, marketing, operations and tradetransactions. The programme exposes students to portvisits and facilitates learning of foreign languages as well.
8 MBA (International Business) MBA (MARKETING) Few people would like to enter an organization as aceo with general responsibilities. Rather, they wouldprefer entering a particular management function such asfinance, Production, Personnel and of course marketingwhere they are valued primarily for their in-depthknowledge and skills in specific areas. It was in recognitionof this prime requisite for expertise that the MBA(Marketing) Programme was developed. The aim was todesign various marketing courses so that our studentsstand out from the very large and growing number ofpeople with general management qualification. The MBA(Marketing) Programme is an answer to the potentials andchallenges unleashed by Liberalization, Mercerization and Globalisation. The thrust areas in its course structure aremarketing Research, all disciplines of MarketingManagement and Quantitative Analysis includingeconometrics. The paper on Econometrics, whichexamines the interaction and interconnection betweeneconomic Analysis and Marketing Research, is the firstcourse of its kind in India introduced by MBA (Marketing) Programme. Rural Marketing, Industrial Marketing,Services Marketing and International Marketing are someof the major attributes of the programme. MBA (MANAGEMENT SCIENCES) The two year (Four semester) full-time programme leading to award of MBA (Management Science) degree isa highly professional course which aims at turning outhighly specialized and responsible young individuals fullyequipped with the core skills required for managingbusiness establishments of any kind, size and nature themulti-nationals, emerging and operating in a highlycompetitive global environment. The need of the hour is to constantly endeavour for enhancing the corporate competitiveness through highlevel of operational efficiency and effectiveness which, inturn, requires optimal utilization of all visible and invisibleresources and to achieve this a team of competent anddedicated manpower under the leadership of world classmanagers.the focus of MBA (MS) programme is to develop analytical and decision making skills through exposer to decisional models. The thrust is both on quantitative analysis and qualitative judgement. MBA (RETAIL MANAGEMENT) India has a very strong retail sector which contributes approximately 15percent to the Country s GDP and employs about 40 million Indians. It is obvious that the Indian retail marketspromise great opportunities with the expansion ofexisting as well as new markets, categories and formats. Itis rapidly transforming from being a transaction to anexperience. This has been manifested through the openingof various malls and large-size department stores acrossthe country. The importance of managing retailingefficiently and effectively is obvious in the light of thissector s growth potential and the increasing levels ofcompetition. MBA (Retail Management) programme isaimed at inculcating managerial skills and sharpening thebusiness acumen of the students so that they can contributesignificantly in the rapidly emerging organized retail industry. MBA (Agribusiness)
9 INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARD
10 MENTORS Mentors Designation, Organization Mentee Programs Mr. Anant Jauhari Mr Anil Malik Mr. Rajat Mehra Vice President,Reliance, Lucknow MBA (Retail Management ) State Coordinator, Jubiliant MD, Rajat Chemical Ind. Mr. Sudeep Bannerjee Mr.Sachin Agarwal Mr. Sanju John Mr. Anant Jauhari Mr. Hitesh Jain Mr. Kiran Chopra Mr. Yash Nagar MD, Eveready Industries India Ltd MD, PTC Industries Ltd. Branch Head, L&T Vice President,Reliance, Lucknow Branch Manager, ITC Lucknow MD, Chopra Rubber Tech MD, Yash Paper Mills MBA (Management Sciences ) MBA (Finance & Control) MBA (Marketing) MBA (International Business) Mr. Vinamra Agarwal Technical Associates Ltd. MBA (Corporate Mr. Anil Gupta Ex-President STAI Management) Dr. Vishwajeet Kumar Ms. Sehba Hussain Mr. Muzzafar Ali Community Empowerment Lab BETI Foundation & Ex-Chief UNICEF Filmmaker MBA (Human Resource & Industrial Relations)
11 GLOBAL ACADEMIC INTERACTIONS LU-IMS has been active on the International front as well. Over the past year, LU-IMS has been vigorously forging and consolidating connections with University of Nebraska, Harvard Business School and the others in a bid to bring international exposure to its faculty and students. A few efforts in this direction are highlighted below: Interactive session with Mr. Onno Ruhl, the Country Director India, World Bank Prof. Patrick McNamara, University of Nebraska at Omaha, visited to discuss the possibility for startup of collaborative E-Executive MBA for working professionals. Prof. Akshay Mangla of Harvard Business School collaborated on research with Prof. Arvind Mohan, University of Lucknow and Shri Alok Ranjan, APC&IIDC, Govt. Of UP. Prof. Jacqueline Bhabha, Harvard University, explored possibilities of research projects at LU-IMS Director/OSD, IMS Prof. Arvind Mohan in deliberations with Prof. Akshay Mangla. Prof. Mohan is seen with his team of faculty members of LU-IMS World Bank (India) Country Director, Mr. Onno Ruhl inaugurating the interaction session organised by LU-IMS. He is seen with the hon ble Vice-Chancellor (University of Lucknow) Dr. S B Nimse and Director/OSD LU-IMS, Prof. Arvind Mohan.
12 CEOs CONCLAVE LU-IMS focusses on providing its students with an enriching experience by interacting with industry stalwarts. In keeping with this spirit, the CEOs Conclave is organised where students of LU-IMS get an opportunity of guidance and insights from leading business luminaries. A snapshot of the Conclave CEOs: Dr. C N Kuchroo (MD, KK Fresh Milk Foods Limited): Post Doctoral fellow from University College, Cork (Ireland), Ph.D. (Foods) and M.Sc. (Food Chemistry) has keen involvement in dairy research and development. He has worked in various capacities i.e. Member of core committee, management committee on the board, Steering Committees for Job evaluation and SAP and as top executive in a leading giant MNC. Mr. Amal K Das (Managing Partner and CEO, Good People Consulting): Works in the area of talent acquisition and assessment with partners like White Spaces Consulting, TeAM Consulting (UK), Fishpeople Consulting (Dubai) and Think Talent Services. His has previously been associated with GoodPeople(HR Services)Pvt Ltd, CHR Global and Shalimar Paints/Jindal Organisation in various capacities. Mr. S Venkatesh (CEO, Svanisht and former Global HR Head of Vedanta Resources Plc.): Venkatesh runs a unique end-to-end HR Advisory business, and has worked with companies in sectors as diverse as HealthCare, Textiles, Auto components, Chemicals, IT Services, helping design and execute organizational transformational initiatives and HR processes. He has held leadership positions at Arvind Ltd, Vedanta Resources Plc. and PowerGen Plc. Mr. Partho P Dasgupta (CEO-Apogee Leads and Advisor IIM, Kashipur): Handling Mergers & Acquisitions and Greenfield Projects are the forte of Mr. DasGupta which he combines with consulting and strategic research. His previous exposure has been is leading the human resource initiatives at Welspun Corp. Limited, Beiqi Foton Group - Beijing, China, Escorts Limited, Raymond Limited, LML Vespa Group and JK Synthetics. Mr. S K Dutt (President, Group HR Aditya Birla Group): An HR generalist with close to 30 years of industry experience in Indian Corporates, Mr. Dutt has previous experience with an erstwhile subsidiary of Brook Bond, a South Korean J V & a Japanese MNC. He has Headed the HR functions at Larsen & Toubro Ltd and prior to that was the Senior Vice President Group HR and Head, in Welspun Group of Companies Mr. Sachin Agarwal (MD PTC Industries Limited): Mr. Agarwal joined PTC Industries in 1998 and successfully implemented positive changes in the company. He then became the single most powerful force in introducing new technologies like Replicast and bringing automation and robotics to the company. Mr. Sachin Agarwal is an MBA in Finance and has a M.S. in Finance from Boston College, USA. Amal K Das Partho Das Sachin Agarwal Dr.C N Kuchroo S Venkatesh S K Dutt
13 INDUSTRY INCUBATION CENTER Institute of Management Sciences has started an incubation centre in partnership with Fifth Estate. This aims at encouraging students to become successful entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Going forward this incubation centre will also include all the affiliated Lucknow university colleges with an aim to encourage state wide entrepreneurship. Incubation Centre-IMS: Activities Ø Providing incubations space and infrastructure to successful ideas. Ø Provide help in creating business model, revenue model, marketing strategy, roadmap and strategy. Ø Connecting successful ideas to the industry for investment and funding support Ø Providing sector specific guidance and one to one mentorship. Ø Socially impactful organization will be provided support by Fifth Estate for state wide scaling support. AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS AT INSTITUTE S LEVEL Won Prestigious Dewang Mehta Award IMS JOURNAL IMS NEWSLETTER IMS Week CEOs Conclave IMS Alumni Meet AT FACULTY LEVEL Consultant World Bank Consultant UN Consultant USAID Consultant Government of UP Paper Converted into Health Chapter of UP Five Year Plan Midterm Evaluation of NRHM (Planning Commission Government of India Report on Restructuring State Financial Institutions (PICUP & UPFC), Institutions valued at several thousand crores accepted and implemented by Government 4 Faculties Awarded with Ph.D. Degree Best Paper Awards: 4 One International Journal Reviewer In Elsevier (AI) Inaugural Meeting of Incubation Center LU-IMS Nostalgia being inaugurated
14 PROGRAMME DETAILS AT A GLANCE S. No. Name of Program Seats Department IMS, Second Campus Fees Per Semester (Rs.) 75, One Time Caution Money /Refundable(Rs.) MBA (CM) MBA (FC) 60 IMS, Second Campus 75, MBA (HR & IR) 60 IMS, Second Campus 50, MBA (IB) 60 IMS, Second Campus 75, MBA (Mkt.) 60 IMS, Second Campus 75, MBA (MS) 60 IMS, Second Campus 75, MBA (RM) 60 IMS, Second Campus 50, NUMBER OF SEATS: 420 ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION See MBA Admission 2015 Announcement (Information) RESERVATION AND FEES Reservation shall be applied in each programme as per University / U.P. Government rules. The fee structure issubject to revision and the revised fee shall be applicable. Campus Life
15 COURSE CURRICULUM MBA(Corporate Management) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA (CM) 021 Labour Management & Industrial Relations 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA (CM) 022 Entrepreneurship & New Venture Planning 100 Non credit LU 012 Communicative English SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV IMS 031 Strategic Management - I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 200 Any five out of the following Any four out of the following MBA (CM) 031 Corporate Accounting 100 MBA (CM) 041 Management of Creativity & Change 100 MBA (CM) 032 Company Law & Practice 100 MBA (CM) 042 Performance Management 100 MBA (CM) 033 Project Appraisal & Management 100 MBA (CM) 043 Turnaround and Transformation 100 MBA (CM) 034 Mergers, Acquisitions & Strategic Alliances 100 MBA (CM) 044 Management of Technology 100 MBA (CM) 035 Corporate Restructuring 100 MBA (CM) 045 Corporate Tax Planning 100 MBA (CM) 036 Corporate Communication 100 MBA (CM) 046 Corporate Governance 100
16 MBA(Finance and Control) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS 012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA (FC) 021 Working Capital Management 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA (FC) 022 Financial Decisions & Policy 100 LU 012 Communicative English Non credit SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV IMS 031 Strategic Management I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management - II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 200 Any five out of the following Any four out of the following MBA (FC) 031 Advanced Cost & Management Accounting 100 MBA (FC) 041 Financial Derivatives 100 MBA (FC) 032 Financial Systems 100 MBA (FC) 042 International Financial Management 100 MBA (FC) 033 Banking Law & Practice 100 MBA (FC) 043 Management Control Systems 100 MBA (FC) 034 Taxation Laws 100 MBA (FC) 044 Management of Financial Institutions 100 MBA (FC) 035 Project Appraisal & Management 100 MBA (FC) 045 Merchant Banking & Financial Services 100 MBA (FC) 036 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management 100 MBA (FC) 046 International Accounting 100
17 MBA(Human Resource and Industrial Relations) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA (HR) 021 Foundations of Human Relations 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA (HR) 022 Dynamics of Human Behaviour 100 LU 012 Communicative English Non credit SEMESTER III SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER IV IMS 031 Strategic Management - I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 200 MBA (HR) 031 Industry Visit Report 100 Any four out of the following Any four out of the following MBA (HR) 032 Industrial Jurisprudence 100 MBA (HR) 041 Managerial Counselling 100 MBA (HR) 033 Participative Management in Industrial Relations 100 MBA (HR) 042 Human Resource Development & Training 100 MBA (HR) 034 Labour Welfare, Social Security & Industrial Social Work 100 MBA (HR) 043 Leadership, Conflict Resolution and Team Building 100 MBA (HR) 035 Trade Unions, Collective Bargaining & Financial Rewards for Work 100 MBA (HR) 044 Managerial Communcation& PR 100 MBA (HR) 036 Environmental Pollution, Occupational Hazards & Industrial Safety 100 MBA (HR) 045 Quality Control & Development 100 MBA (HR) 037 Compensation Management 100 MBA (HR) 046 Performance Management 100
18 MBA(International Business) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA (IB) 021 India's Foreign Trade 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA (IB) 022 Overseas Marketing Research 100 Non credit Non-credit course LU 012 Communicative English LU 022 Foreign Language SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV IMS 031 Strategic Management - I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management - II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 200 Any five out of the following Any four out of the following MBA (IB) 031 International Economics 100 MBA (IB) 041 Cross Cultural Management 100 MBA (IB) 032 International Accounting 100 MBA (IB) 042 International Business Strategies 100 MBA (IB) 033 Export Import Procedures & Documentation 100 MBA (IB) 043 Global Business Communication 100 MBA (IB) 034 International Business Environment 100 MBA (IB) 044 Global Outsourcing & Management 100 MBA (IB) 035 International Financial Management 100 MBA (IB) 045 International Business Law & Diplomacy 100 MBA (IB) 036 International Logistics & Supply Chain Management 100 MBA (IB) 046 Management of Multi-national Companies 100 MBA (IB) 037 International Marketing
19 MBA(Management Sciences) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II PAPER NO. MARKS PAPER NO. SUBJECTS MARKS IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA(MS) 021 Management Control System 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA(MS) 022 E-Commerce 100 LU 012 Communicative English Non credit SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV PAPER NO. SUBJECTS MARKS PAPER NO. SUBJECTS MARKS IMS 031 Strategic Management - I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 100 GROUP B GROUP B PAPER GROUP A PAPER Market Decision PAPER NO. GROUP A PAPER Market Decision NO. Financial Engineering NO. Sciences Financial Engineering NO. Sciences MBA(MS) A031 MBA(MS) A032 MBA(MS) A033 MBA(MS) A034 MBA(MS) A035 Operations Research Merchant Banking & Financial Services Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Secondary Market Operations & Management Business Analysis Tools using IT MBA(M S)B031 MBA(M S)B032 MBA(M S)B033 MBA(M S)B034 MBA(M S)B035 Operation Research 100 Market Data Mining & Warehousing 100 Market Data Analysis 100 E-Marketing 100 Network and Telecommunication 100 MBA(MS)A 041 MBA(MS)A 042 MBA(MS)A 043 MBA(MS)A 044 MBA(MS)A 045 Management of Financial Institutions Applied Financial Engineering Tax Planning & Management Project Appraisal & Management International Financial Management MBA(MS) B041 MBA(MS) B042 MBA(MS) B043 MBA(MS) B044 MBA(MS) B045 Information Security & Cyber Law 100 ERP and CRM 100 Decision Support System 100 System Analysis & 100 Design Relational Database 100 Management System
20 MBA(Marketing) SEMESTER I SEMESTER II IMS 011 Essentials of Management 100 IMS 021 International Business 100 IMS012 Business Environment 100 IMS 022 Management Accounting 100 IMS 013 Financial Accounting 100 IMS 023 Financial Management 100 IMS 014 Quantitative Methods in Business 100 IMS 024 Computer Applications & MIS 100 IMS 015 Human Resource Management 100 IMS 025 Production & Operations Management 100 IMS 016 Indian Value System & Business Ethics 100 IMS 026 Research Methodology 100 IMS 017 Marketing Management 100 MBA (M) 021 Consumer Behaviour 100 IMS 018 Managerial Economics 100 MBA (M) 022 PR & Sales Promotion 100 LU 012 Communicative English Non credit SUMMER TRAINING SEMESTER III SEMESTER IV IMS 031 Strategic Management - I 100 IMS 041 Strategic Management - II 100 IMS 032 Business Laws 100 IMS 042 Organizational Effectiveness & Change 100 LU 031 Summer Training Report 100 LU 041 Comprehensive Project report 200 Any five out of the following Any four out of the following MBA (M) 031 Sales and Distribution Management 100 MBA (M) 041 Event Marketing & Management 100 MBA (M) 032 Retail Business Management 100 MBA (M) 042 International Marketing 100 MBA (M) 033 Industrial Marketing 100 MBA (M) 043 Social Marketing 100 MBA (M) 034 Rural Marketing 100 MBA (M) 044 Brand Management 100 MBA (M) 035 Marketing of Services 100 MBA (M) 045 E-Marketing 100 MBA (M) 036 Advertising 100 MBA (M) 046 Consumer Protection 100
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