Curriculum

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR THE MBA STUDENTS

The MBA Examination system comprises of the Internal Examination (40 marks) and the Semester-End Examination (60 marks). The details are as follows:

1. Internal Examinations:

The Internal Examination comprises of Two Internal Assessment Tests of 40 marks each which will be conducted in each semester. The Average of the Two Internal Assessments will be taken as the final score. The break-up of the internal examination is as under:

  • 10 short questions carrying 2 marks each totaling 20 marks A Presentation in respective subjects carrying 10 marks An Assignment & Case Study carrying 10 Marks each

* It is mandatory to appear for both the above mentioned examinations and no Re-examination will be conducted

2. Semester-End Examinations:

The Semester Examinations of 60 marks will be held at the end of each semester. The examination will consist of

Part – A short questions to be answered in 50 words: 5 * 2 = 10 marks
Part – B Five essay questions with an internal choice from all the 5 units: 5 * 10 = 50 marks

Practical Examination will be conducted in ‘Information Technology – Lab’ Paper for 20 marks.

3. Award of CGPA & MBA Degree:

The MBA Programme is a two year full- time course comprising of four semesters. The student has to complete a minimum of 102 credits to be awarded MBA degree with a minimum CGPA of 5.

CGPA is calculated as follows:

A student is awarded a Grade based on the marks secured in each paper. The maximum marks allotted for each paper is 100.

The Grades are allotted are as follows:

Grade O 90 -100
Grade A 80-89
Grade B 70-79
Grade C 60-69
Grade D 50-59
Grade E 40-49
Grade F Not cleared

Each Grade is awarded a weightage with a fixed number of points. The Grades with their respective points are as follows:

Grade O 10 Points
Grade A 9 Points
Grade B 8 Points
Grade C 7 Points
Grade D 6 Points
Grade E 5 Points
Grade F below 4 Points

The CGPA would be calculated as follows:

The marks in each course are converted into grades. Each grade is allotted the respective grade point. Each course’s grade point is multiplied with the number of credits per course. The CGPA would be calculated as:

CGPA = Sum total of the credit points of all the Courses
Total No. of Credits

4. Supplementary Examinations:

Candidates can clear their backlogs or improvement papers which shall be held after each semester. However there will not be any improvement exams for the IV Semester subjects.

Examination for Improvements:

Only those students who have passed in all the subjects in a semester are eligible to appear for improvement examination in the immediate next Semester-End Examination. The marks obtained in the improvement examination will be final and the marks of the previous examination stand cancelled. However if the candidate is absent or fails in the improvement examination, the marks obtained in the previous examination stand valid.

6. Re-totalling:

Any student who wishes to apply for re-totalling of any paper should do so in the prescribed form within 15 days from the date of release of the results or by enclosing the challan of payment of the prescribed fee from the assigned bank.

7. Issue of Marks Memo:

A Memorandum of Marks for each semester examination will be issued to candidates in the following semester. A Consolidated Memorandum of Marks will be issued to students after the successful completion of Semester IV.

8. Issue of Provisional Certificate:

The Provisional Certificate will be issued to students after the successful completion of the course.

9. Gold Medal and Merit Certificates:

Students scoring highest marks in each subject and respective Electives (Human Resources, Marketing and Finance) will be awarded Merit Certificates and the student scoring highest marks in all the four semesters will be awarded with a Gold Medal.

Note: If a student appears for any Improvement and Supplementary Examination the marks obtained therein will not be considered for the award of Merit Certificates or Gold Medals.

COURSE STRUCTURE

FIRST YEAR

I SEMESTER

Code Subject Max Marks (Internal Exams + External Exams ) No. of Credits
Part –I  
101 Organisation Theory & Behaviour 40 + 60 4
102 Managerial Economics 40 + 60 4
103 Financial Accounting & Analysis 40 + 60 4
104 Marketing Management 40 + 60 4
105 Statistics for Management 40 + 60 4
106 Information Technology 40 + 40 4
106.1 IT- Lab 20  
Part –II  
107

*Business Communication -I (Add On)

20 + 30 1

Max. Total No. Of Marks = 650

Total no. of credits at the end of first semester =25

* Business Communication - I is offered as an Add On course

II SEMESTER

Code Subject Max Marks (Internal Exams + External Exams ) No. of Credits
Part –I  
201

 

Human Resource Management
40 + 60 4
202 Business Law & Environment 40 + 60 4
203 Financial Management 40 + 60 4
204 Research Methodology 40 + 60 4
205 Operations Research 40 + 60 4
206 Operations Management 40 + 60 4
Part –II  
207

*IDE

20 + 30 1

Max. Total No. of marks at the end of second semester = 650

The total no. of credits at the end of second semester =25

* Inter Disciplinary Elective is offered by M.Sc. Courses

SECOND YEAR

The course structure for the III and IV Semesters comprises of two compulsory courses with specialisations in Finance, HR, and Marketing. Each specialization offers Four Electives.

Under the Dual Specialisation, a Student can opt for two Specialisations and will have to select two papers (out of four) in each specialisation.

III SEMESTER

For successful completion of III Semester, a student will have to qualify seven papers (2 Compulsory Papers + 2 Papers in Elective Specialization- I + 2 Papers in Specialization- II + Add On).

Code Subject Max Marks (Internal Exams + External Exams ) No. of Credits
Part –I  
301

Total Quality Management

40 + 60 4
302 International Business 40 + 60 4
303- Finance Electives  
303.1 Investment Management 40 + 60 4
303.2 Strategic Management Accounting 40 + 60 4
303.3 Financial Institutions & Markets 40 + 60 4
303.4 Strategic Financial Decisions 40 + 60 4
304 – HRM Electives  
304.1 Compensation Management 40 + 60 4
304.2 Organization Development 40 + 60 4
304.3 Leadership & Change Management 40 + 60 4
304.4 Talent and Knowledge Management 40 + 60 4
305 – Marketing Electives  
305.1 Product & Brand Management 40 + 60 4
305.2 Advertising and Sales Promotion Management 40 + 60 4
305.3 Retail Management 40 + 60 4
305.4 Sales and Distribution Management 40 + 60 4
306 – IT Electives  
306.1 Management  Information System 40 + 60 4
306.2 RDBMS ( Theory & Lab) 40 + 40 + 20(Lab) 4
Part –II  
307 *Business Communication – II (Add On) 20 + 30 1

Max. Total No. of marks at the end of second semester = 650

The total no. of credits at the end of second semester =25

* Business Communication - II is offered as an Add On course

IV SEMESTER:

For successful completion of IV Semester, a student will have to qualify seven papers (2 Compulsory Papers + 2 Papers in Elective Specialization- I + 2 Papers in Specialization- II + IDE).

Code Subject Max Marks (Internal Exams + External Exams ) No. of Credits
Part –I  
401

Strategic Management

40 + 60 4
402 Supply Chain Management 40 + 60 4
403 – Finance Electives  
403.1 Financial Risk Management 40 + 60 4
403.2 Banking & Insurance 40 + 60 4
403.3 International Finance 40 + 60 4
403.4 Financial Intermediation and Stock Market Development 40 + 60 4
404 – HRM Electives  
404.1 Performance Management 40 + 60 4
404.2 Industrial Relations and Labour Laws 40 + 60 4
404.3 Employee Training and Development 40 + 60 4
404.4 Strategic HRM 40 + 60 4
405 – Marketing Electives  
405.1 Consumer Behaviour 40 + 60 4
405.2 Services Marketing 40 + 60 4
405.3 Customer Relationship Management 40 + 60 4
405.4 Rural Marketing 40 + 60 4
406 – IT Electives  
406.1 E-Business 40 + 60 4
406.2 Multimedia & web Development 40 + 60 +20 (Lab) 4
Part –II  
407 *IDE 20 + 30 1
Part –III  
408 Project Report + Viva - Voce 70 + 30 4
   

Max. Total No. of marks at the end of second semester = 750

The total no. of credits at the end of second semester =29

* Inter Disciplinary Elective is offered by M.Sc. Courses