Jankidevi Bajaj Institute Of Management Studies
In Mumbai

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Important information

  • Master
  • Mumbai
  • Duration:
    2 Years

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
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Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JDBIMS) S.N.D.T. Women's University Sir Vithaldas Thackersey Vidya Vihar, Juhu Road, Santacruz (West), 400049, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Women graduates from any University who have passed Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test (CET) examination. ..

Course programme

The objective of the programme is to provide participants with the opportunity to pursue a career in industry and to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes that give a strong foundation for their growth to hold competent and responsible executive positions. The curriculum has been designed to enable the participants to develop a thorough knowledge of the basic concepts and techniques of modern Management. Further, it aims to develop their analytical, decision-making and managerial skills.

Course Framework:

First Year
Semester I

1. Principles of Management
2. Financial Accounting
3. Cost Accounting
4. Organisational Behaviour and Business Ethics
5. Statistics for Management
6. Business Law I
7. introduction to Computers
8. Managerial Communication
9. Managerial Economics
10. Taxation - Direct and Indirect

Semester II

1. Indian Economics
2. Operational Cost Management
3. Operations Research
4. Marketing Management
5. Human Resources Management
6. Financial Management I
7. Production and Operations Management
8. Productivity Techniques OR Programming in 'C' Language
9. Research Methods in Management
10. Summer Project

Second Year
Semester III

Core Papers (Common for all specializations)
1. Management I nformation Systems
2. Marketing Control
3. Management Control Systems

Specialization Papers

(A) Finance
1. Financial Management II
2. Business Law II
3. Project Management
4. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
5. Quantitative Models in Finance and Accounting
6. Sectoral Specialization

(B) Human Resources Management
1. Human Resources Development
2. Behavioural Dynamics in Organizations
3. Industrial Relations Environment and Management
4. Organizational Theories, Structure and Design
5. Quantitative Techniques in H.R.M.
6. Sectoral Specialization

(C) Marketing
1. Marketing Research
2. Advertising and Sales Promotion
3. Sales and Distribution Management
4. Retail Management and Social Marketing
5. Quantitative Techniques in Marketing
6. Sectoral Specialization

(D) Systems
1. Computer Organization and Architecture
2. Database Management Systems
3. Data Communication and Computer Networks
4. Structured System Analysis and Design
5. The Internet and E-Commerce
6. Enterprise Resource Planning
7. Sectoral Specialization

Semester IV

Core Papers (Common for all specializations)
1. Strategic Management and Business Policy
2. International Business
3. Management Audit
4. Seminar in Business Ethics

Specialization Papers

D) Systems
1. Software Engineering
2. Performance Evaluation and Computer System Management
3. Research Based Project Research Project
Each student is required to select a research topic and work under the guidance of a mentor from the middle of the second semester. There is a mid term evaluation of the project in the middle of the third semester. A panel of examiners will do the final evaluation of the project. The project carries 200 marks.

Summer Project
At the end of the second semester, each student would be required to undertake a project. On the basis of the work done, the candidate will be required to submit a report to the institute. A panel of examiners would evaluate the project work. The project carries 100 marks.

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