Doctoral Programme in management (Human Resources and Behavioural Science)

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)
In Mumbai

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  • PhD
  • Mumbai
Description

To develop the ability of innovative thinking and investigation in management studies in individuals oriented towards academia and industry. To develop perspective on the worldwide challenges that will impact plans, strategies & policies guiding business. To develop understanding of managing organizations in the context of broad issues such as culture, political systems, technology.

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Mumbai
SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, (Deemed-to-be University), V. L. Mehta Road, Vile Parle (W), 400056, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Master's Degree or equivalent with minimum 55 % marks or equivalent grade in Business Management or Administration/Social Science/ Humanities/ Biological Science/ Engineering/ Technology/ Pure Science/ Commerce. The candidate should have a minimum of 5 years work experience in industry/ academia/ government at the executive level Eligibility and Equivalence will be at the discretion of the Univ.

Course programme

Doctoral Programme in management (Human Resources and Behavioural Science)

The Doctoral Programme at SVKM's NMIMS University is designed with a view to develop original managerial thinking and academia with research & teaching aptitude. The School of Business Management
offers Ph. D. in the following areas:
-Marketing
-Human Resources and Behavioural Science
-Operations
-Finance
-Strategy
-Information Systems and
-Social Entrepreneurship

The entire Ph. D. programme shall approximately be of 4 to 5 years duration and shall run in III phases. Phases I & II relate to the coursework and Phase III relates to the thesis work.

The programme is structured with a view to develop academic pursuits in research scholars. It runs in three phases.

-Phase I (For non MBAs ----- select coursework from MBA Programme)
-Phase II (For MBAs ----- coursework for Ph. D.)
-Phase III ----- Research work

Components of Phase I : (Management related Coursework)

The objective of Phase I is to develop understanding of the management concepts & functions. The total credit for the coursework shall be 15 credits. The coursework will be customized as per the student's academic / research requirement. As per the University rules the student is required to have 80% attendance in each subject. The student will have to successfully complete the coursework inclusive of examination in a period of one year duration. The students are required to attend required courses alongwith the Part Time MBA students.

Components of Phase II : (Research related Coursework)

The objective of Phase II is to develop understanding of the research concepts & processes related to general management and other functional areas. In Phase II the students will have to successfully complete the coursework in the core (Research Methodology, Quantitative Techniques & Social Theories) as well as functional areas (Finance, Marketing, HR, IT, Economics, Strategy and other related areas). As per the University rules the student is required to have 80% attendance in each subject. If the student fails to pass in any of the coursework, he / she has to re-register as per the university rules. The classes are held on weekends (Saturday & Sunday), twice a month. Totally approx. 30 days (15 Weekends) of classroom sessions are held throughout the year.

Components of Phase III : (Thesis related work)

The objective of Phase III is to provide the student with an opportunity to undertake original research in their area of interest. The thesis should be a scholarly contribution to the theoretical knowledge pertinent to the understanding and resolution of management problems.



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