MBA in Disaster Management

Devi Ahilya University Institute of Management Studies
In Indore

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Typology Master
Location Indore
  • Master
  • Indore


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
DAVV, R. N. T. Marg, Indore (M.P.),India Pin- 452 001, 452001, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Starts On request
DAVV, R. N. T. Marg, Indore (M.P.),India Pin- 452 001, 452001, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Course programme

Recognizing the need for the business school curriculum to incorporate the requirements of environment changes and to prepare today’s graduates for the new and varied challenges offered by the real social economic world, IMS conceived Master of Business Administration (Disaster Management) in 2007.

The main objective of the program is to equip the students with the requisite knowledge and skills in planning, decision making and control, specifically in the field of Disaster Management.

The MBA (DM) curriculum is open to periodic review and update. It includes several additional inputs in different functional areas not offered in conventional management programmes, specifically incorporated to meet the socio-economic challenges.

Disaster Managers seeks to optimize within the parameters of economic, political, legal, social and cultural environment.

The MBA (DM) programme incorporates cross functional integration by providing knowledge about legal and economic environment, safety and health, disaster management, civil society organizations, organization structure, organization behaviour, strategic management, information system and quantitative techniques.

In distinguished sectors in the light of moral responsibility and individual interest of socioecnomic organisations of vibrant economy. The broad and diverse career prospects of safety, health and environment management, insurance and bank management, including risk management, project management, NGO management in respect to corporate social responsibility. Risk reduction & vulnerability assessment, Carbon credit, microfinance, livelihood development,and preparedness and capacity development.

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