Postgraduate Programmes

MBA

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1: To internalize fundamentals of Management and to specialize in the chosen areas.
PEO2: To develop students to face Managerial challenges through effective decision making, logical and critical thinking to excel in chosen career.
PEO3: To adapt students to leverage on change for reaping social and economic benefits.
PEO4: To equip students to synergize interdisciplinary, interpersonal and multicultural environment.
PEO5: To impart professional ethics and commitment to social responsibilities enabling them to become global corporate citizens.

Quality Objectives

– To ensure the assurance of holistic learning of both subject and general learning goals by the students
– To enable and encourage Faculty members to keep themselves updated in the field of specialization, cross-functional knowledge through research, industry interface and consultancy.
– To augment and diversify resource generation by availing the funds, grants though various sources to continuously improve the infrastructure and other academic requirements.
– To achieve the status of Best ranked institutes across various agencies and obtaining accreditation from national and global bodies.

 

Course Duration

2 Years – 4 Semesters

Eligibility

Graduate from any recognized University with an aggregate of 50% marks and above.

Specialisations Offered

Finance
Marketing
Human Resources
Health Care Management
Banking Finance and Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
Startups and SMES Management

Semester Wise Syllabus

MBA I Semester
1.1 Economics For Managers
1.2 Organizational Behavior
1.3 Accounting For Managers
1.4 Statistics For Management
1.5 Marketing For Customer Value
1.6 Business And Industry
1.7 Communication Skills

 

 

 

 

 

MBA II Semester
2.01 Technology For Management
2.02 Management Research Methods
2.03 Entrepreneurship And Ethics
2.04 Human Capital Management
2.05 Financial Management
2.06 Quantitative Techniques And Operations Research
2.07 Innovation Management

MBA III Semester
3.1 Strategic Management & Corporate Governance
3.2 Projects And Operations Management

3.3 Finance
3.3.1 Indian Financial System
3.3.2 Corporate Tax Planning And Management
3.3.3 Corporate Valuation And Restructuring

Open Elective
Co-Operative Management
Media And Society
Basics Of Income Tax

3.4 Marketing
Retailing Management And Services
Consumer Behavior
Rural And Agricultural Marketing

3.5 Human Resources Management
3.5.1 Learning And Development
3.5.2 Industrial And Employee Relations
3.5.3 Performance Management System

3.6 Health Care Management
3.6.1 Perspectives On Health Care Sector
3.6.2 Management Of Public Health Systems
3.6.3 Health Economics

3.7 Banking Finance And Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
3.7.1 Strategic Credit Management In Banks
3.7.2 Insurance Planning & Management
3.7.3 Indian Financial System

3.8 Startups And Smes Management
3.8.1 Perspectives On Startups And Sme
3.8.2 Insurance Planning & Management
3.8.3 Establishment Of Smes

MBA IV Semester
4.1 International Business Dynamics

4.2 Marketing
4.2.1 Strategic Brand Management
4.2.2 International Marketing Strategy
4.2.3 Digital Marketing

4.3 Human Resource Management
4.3.1 Strategic Human Resource Management
4.3.2 Talent And Knowledge Management
4.3.3 International Human Resource

4.4 Finance
4.4.1 Investment Analysis And Management
4.4.2 International Financial Management
4.4.3 Risk Management And Derivatives

4.5 Health Care Management
4.5.1 Basic Management Aspects Of Health Care
4.5.2 Strategic Management In Health Care
4.5.3 Management Of Hospital Services

4.6 Banking Finance And Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
4.6.1 Banking Technology And Management
4.6.2 International Financial Management
4.6.3 Risk Management For Banks Andinsurance Companies

4.7 Startups And SMES Management
4.7.1 Technology And Innovation
4.7.2 Internationalization Of Smes
4.7.3 Management Of Startups

M.Com

Course Duration

2 Years – 4 Semesters

Eligibility

A candidate who has passed the B.com or B.B.M Degree examination of this university or any other university recognized as equivalent thereto and has secured not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate in all the Commerce subjects of Business Education in all the years (Examinations of the B.com/BBM course) shall be eligible for admission to the course. In the case of SC/ST students and blind students, the minimum percentage of marks required shall be less by 5%

Semester Wise Syllabus

 

Monetary System
International Business
Macro Economics for Business Decisions
Advanced Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Soft Core Communication Skills
Indian Banking
Risk Management
Advanced E – Commerce & Mobile Commerce
Business Research Methods
Operations Research & Quantitative Techniques
Business Marketing
Soft Core Micro Finance
Elective – I Accounting & Taxation
Common Paper Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
Corporate Financial Reporting
Accounting for Managerial Decision
Human Resource Management
Strategic Cost Management – IDirect Taxes & Planning

 

 

Elective – II Finance & Banking
Financial Markets
Financial Services
Security Analysis
Portfolio Management
Open Elective

Elective – III System Management
Relational Database Management Systems
Data Communications and Networking
Enterprise Resource Planning
Systems Analysis and Design
Open Elective

Elective – I Accounting & Taxation
Corporate reporting practices and Ind AS
Strategic Cost Management – II
Goods and Service Taxes
Dissertation

Elective – II Finance & Banking
Common Paper Commodity Markets
Forex Management
International Financial Institutions & Markets
Banking Operations and Management
Dissertation

Elective – III System Management
Common Paper Commodity Markets
Artificial Intelligence
Distributed Computing and Applications
Data Mining and Data Warehousing
Dissertation

 

School of Arts and Humanities | MSW

Course Duration

2 Years – 4 Semesters

Eligibility

A candidate who has passed Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (BSW) OR Bachelors of Arts (BA) with 50% in aggregate of all subjects (45% for SC/ST and category I candidates), of Bangalore University or any other university from India, considered as equivalent thereto are eligible to MSW course.
BSW graduates are preferred over BA graduates.All other guidelines for admissions issued by the Bangalore University shall be followed.

 

Semester Wise Syllabus

Introduction to Social Work and contemporary ideolog for social work profession
Social Science Perspectives for Social Work Practice
Methods of Working with people-I Social Case work
Methods of Working with people-II Group work
Methods of Working with people-III Community Organization
Personal and Professional Growth
Social Work Concurrent Field Practicum-I :Orientation Visits

Human Resource Development and Management
Organization Behavior and Organization Development
Social work Intervention in Health Care
Rural, Urban and Tribal Community Development
Social Movements and Social Action
Social Work Field Practicum- V :Visit to Innovative Projects/Initiatives
Social Work Field Practicum-IV: concurrent field work

NOTE

OEP-NSS: Open Elective Paper for Non Social work Students.
OEP to be offered by the other departments for social work students.

Social Policy and Social Legislation
Research in Social work and application of Computers and Statistics
Counseling Theory and Practice
Social Work Practice with Vulnerable / Marginalized Sections of the Society
Communication for Social Work Practice
Social Work Field Practicum-II Concurrent field Work
Social Work Field Practicum-III: Social work Camp

Industrial Relations and Labor Legislation
Medical and Psychiatric Social Work
Social Welfare and Development Administration
Rehabilitation and After Care Services
Project Formulation & Management
Social Work Field Practicum-VI: concurrent field work
Social Work Field Practicum-VII :Block Placement