Masters in Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in the areas of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, International Business and Tourism and Hospitality Management.
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To build a strong conceptual foundation to enable the students to solve managerial issues with the right knowledge.
To equip the students with quantitative and qualitative skills to analyze and manage business portfolios.
To develop professional competence and entrepreneurial skills of the students through training. Also, to enable them to pursue their interests in the areas of their choice (employment, higher studies,
To make the students socially, legally and ethically responsible towards the society, environment and nation.
To familiarize the students with latest technologies, analytical tools and practices of the industry to make them employable and competitive in the marketplac
To develop business‐related behavioural skills including leadership, interpersonal communication, teamwork and lifelong learning skills.
SIMS creates a platform for facilitating the knowledge sharing on advanced data analysis, business analytics, big data and business intelligence. The students/participants will be trained to manage data using the software packages such as SPSS, PLS, AMOS, and R with the support of distinguished academicians, practitioners and researchers from all corners of the world.
The programme will be delivered in four semesters (two-year period). Each semester will be of 16 weeks duration. The students can opt for dual specialization in the areas of their choice. If the student chooses three courses in one specialization area (e.g. Marketing) and two courses in another specialization area (e.g. Finance), s/he will be issued mark lists with dual specialization in Marketing Management (Major) and Financial Management (Minor).
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The internal assessment will be based on the following components. Each faculty shall have the freedom to decide the appropriate weightage of the individual components except for tests, which shall be minimum of:
The University shall conduct semester end examinations, carrying 2.4 credits for full course and 1.2 credits for half course, for each of the courses in the first, second, third and fourth semesters. Question paper pattern for external examination shall be the same as followed in the University scheme.