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The course structure comprises four semesters that are taught over a period of two years. In the first year 18 papers are conducted. Here the students are oriented with the fundamentals of HR, Finance, Marketing, Micro & Macro economics along with the various aspects of business like Corporate Law, Operations, Supply Chain, IT, Knowledge Technology, etc.

The second year offers plethora of opportunities wherein students can choose 2 specialization papers (1 from technical specification & other from functional specifications) from 6 avenues that are offered with 4 subjects per specializations along with corporate evolution, corporate governance, project management, international business environment & one foreign language.

Also, the students are required to undertake 8-10 weeks of summer training with a reputed business organization working on specific projects assigned to them. The students are also required to make a dissertation during their final semester.


First Semester

Organizational Behavior

Financial Accounting

Production & Operations Management

Quantitative Methods

Marketing Management

Computer Applications In Management

Managerial Economics

Business Communication

Comprehensive Viva Voice

Second Semester

Human Resource Management

Economic Environment Of Business

Information Technology Management

Financial Management

Knowledge & Technology Management

Business & Corporate Law

Marketing Research

Supply Chain Management

Comprehensive Viva Voice

Third Semester

Corporate Evolution & Strategic Management

Summer Internship Report

Group A- Knowledge & Technology Management

International Business Environment

4 Electives From Any One Group (A Or B Or C)

Group B– Supply Chain Management

Foreign Language


Group C– Information Technology Management

Fourth Semester

Corporate Governance & Business Ethics


Group D- Marketing Management

Project Management

4 Electives From Any One Group (D Or E Or F)

Group E- Financial Management

Dissertation Report


Group F- Human Resource Management





























Knowledge & Technology Management (Group A)

Supply Chain Management (Group B)

Information Technology Management (Group C)

§  Management Information System

§  Internet Business Models And Business Strategies

§  IT Enabled Services Management

§  ERP Implementation

§  Data Base Management

§  Telecommunication For Business

§  Mobile Commerce And Security

§  Knowledge Management And Innovation

§  Software Project And Quality Management

§  Business Process Re-engineering

§  E-Business And E- Commerce

§  Sectoral Application And Emerging Issues In KTM


§  Total Quality Management

§ International Logistics Management

§  Retail Management

§  Transportation Management

§  Service Operations Management

§ Customers  Relationship Management

§  Business Process Re-Engineering

§  IT In Supply Chain Management

§  Sectoral Application Of SCM

§  Emerging Issues In SCM


§  Strategic Telecommunication Management

§  Data Warehousing And Database Management

§  Business System Analysis And Design

§  Knowledge Management & Innovation

§  Managing Software Exports

§  Mobile Commerce & Security

§  BPR And ERP Implementation

§  E-Governance

§  Telecommunications For Business

§  Business Process Re-Engineering

§  Sectoral Application Of ITM

§  Emerging Issues In ITM




Finance (Group D)

Marketing (Group E)

OB And Human Resource Management (Group F)

§  Security Analysis And Portfolio Management

§  Mergers, Acquisition And Corporate Restructuring

§  International Business Taxation

§  International Financial Management

§  Investment Banking

§  Futures, Options And Risk Management

§  International Accounting Practices

§  Project Appraisal And Finance

§  Commodity And Price Risk Management

§  Managing Financial Institutions And Markets

§  Econometric And Financial Modelling

§  Sectoral Application And Emerging Sues In FM

§  International Marketing Management

§  Retail And Distribution And Management

§  Marketing Of Services

§  Advertising And Brand Management

§  Rural And Social Marketing

§  Promotion Management And Business To Business Marketing

§  Consumer Behaviour

§  Customer Relationship Management

§  Management Of Industrial Relations &Labor Legislation

§  Compensation Management

§  Organizational Change And Intervention Strategies

§  Human Resource Development: Strategies And Systems

§  Cross Cultural And Global Human Resource Management

§  Manpower Development For Technological Change & Performance Management

§  Management Of Training And Development

§  Interpersonal Processes And Counselling Skills For Managers