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Intake of Students :
Intake MBA [UoP]- First Shift: 180
Intake PGDBM - 60
Intake PGDMLM - 60
Intake PGDIEM - 60

REGARDING MBA[UoP] COURSE :

Highlights of the New Curriculum :
The new curriculum intends to add immense value to all stakeholders by effectively addressing their requirements in more than one way by :
1. Adoption of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Grading system in line with National policies and international practices.
2. Enhancing the brand value of the MBA programme of the University of Pune.
3. Providing the much needed flexibility to individual Institutes to carve a niche for themselves.
4. Emphasizing the centrality of the student and teacher-student relationship in the learning Process.
5. Focusing on Concurrent Evaluation i.e. continuous evaluation throughout the programme.
6. Empowering the Institutes through cafeteria approach-by providing Generic Core, Subject Core, Generic Elective and Subject Elective Courses. This shall provide in built flexibility in the curriculum to help the Institutes offer tailor made courses preferred by students, from a wider basket of courses.
7. Evaluating all Half Credit Courses completely on Concurrent Evaluation Pattern.
8. Emphasizing Experiential learning aspect through Half Credit Courses.
9. Supplementing traditional classroom teaching/learning with focus on group activity, field work, experiential learning, self-study, projects etc.
10. A thorough revamp of Systems & Operations Specializations to make them more meaningful and attractive to BCA, BCS, BE students.
11. Providing opportunity to students to choose courses from other electives to explore cross functional issues.
12. Emphasizing on Research, Inter-personal, Analytical, Cross-Cultural, Global aspects of managerial careers throughout the curriculum.

Pattern : The programme comprises of 4 Semesters and adopts the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Grading system.

Choice Based Credit System : Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) offers wide ranging choice for students to opt for courses based on their aptitude and their career goals. CBCS works on the fundamental premise that students are mature individuals, capable of making their own decisions.

Key features of CBCS :

1. Enriching Leaning Environment : A student is provided with an academically rich, highly flexible learning system blended with abundant provision for skill development and a practical orientation that he/she could imbibe without sacrificing his/her creativity. There is a definite movement away from the traditional lectures and written examination.
Learn at your own pace: A student can exercise the option to decide his / her own pace of.

2. Course : A Course is a component of programme, i.e. in the new system, papers will be referred to as Courses. Each course is identified by a unique course code. While designing curriculum, courses have defined weightages, called credits.
Each course, in addition to having a syllabus, has learning objectives & learning outcomes. A course may be designed to comprise of lectures / tutorials / laboratory work / field work / project work / vocational training / viva voce etc. or a combination of some of these.

Core Courses : The curriculum comprises of Core Courses and Elective Courses. Core Courses are the foundation courses of management education. They are compulsory for all the students. Core Courses are of two types : Generic Core & Subject Core.
Generic Core : This is the course which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core requirement to complete the requirement of a degree in a said discipline of study. Therefore, Generic Core courses are mandatory and fundamental in nature. These courses cannot be substituted by any other courses. Such courses are also known as Hard Core Courses.

A Hard core course may be a Theory, Practical Field based or Project Work based subject which is a compulsory Component in the Programme Structure.

Subject Core : A Core Course may be a Subject Core is there if a choice or an option for the candidate to choose from a broad category (grouping) of subjects (specializations / electives). These are also known as Soft Core Courses.

Following Specializations shall be offered at IIMS :
1. Marketing Management (MKT)
2. Financial Management (FIN)
3. Information Technology Management (IT)
4. Operations Management (OPE)
5. Human Resources Management (HR)
6. International Business Management (IB)
7. Supply Chain Management(SCM)
8. Rural & Agribusiness Management(RABM)
9. Family Business Management(FBM)
10. Technology Management(TM)
Subject to Minimum 10 Students opting for specialization

Pattern of Examination – The evaluation scheme comprise of :
a) University Examination
b) Concurrent Evaluation

For each Full Credit Course
a) 70 marks shall be Evaluated by the University comprising online test for 20 marks, and written test for 50 marks.
b) 30 marks shall be Evaluated by the Institute.

For each Half Credit Course
a) 50 marks shall be evaluated by the Institute.
There shall not be any University evaluation for half credit courses.
 
MBA (University of Pune) INST Code:MB6775 CHOICE Code:677510110
 
Semester I Semester II
101 Account for Business Decision 201 Marketing Management
102 Economic Analysis for Business Decision 202 Financial Management
103 Legal Aspects of Business 203 Human Resource Management
104 Business Research Method 204 Decision Making
105 Organisational Behaviour 205 Operation & Supply Chain Management
106 Basics of Marketing 206 Management Information System
107 Management Fundamentals 207 Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness Lab
108 Business Communication Lab 208 Statistical Software Lab
109 MS Excel & Advanced Excel Lab 209 MS Project Lab
110 Selling & Negotiation Skills Lab 210 Life Skills Lab
111 Business, Government & Society 211 Geopolitics & the World Economic System
112 Leadership Lab 212 Business Systems & Procedures
113 Personality Development Lab 213 Computer Aided Personal Productivity Tools Lab
114 Foreign Language – I Lab 214 Foreign Language – II Lab
115 Enterprise Analysis – Desk Research 215 Industry Analysis – Desk Research
 
Semester III Semester IV
301 Strategic Management 401 Managing for Sustainability
302 Enterprise Performance Management 402 Dissertation
303 Start up & New Venture Management 403 Subject Core I
304 Summer Internship Project 404 Subject Core II
305 Subject Core I 405 Subject Elective I
306 Subject Core II 406 Subject Elective II
307 Subject Elective I 407 Subject Elective III
308 Subject Elective II 408 Subject Elective IV
309 Subject Elective III
310 Subject Elective IV

Notes :-
1. Serial Nos. 101 to 106 for Semester I & 201 to 206 for Semester II are Full Credit Courses (External)
2. Serial Nos. 107 to 115 for Semester I & 207 to 2015 for Semester II are Half Credit Courses (Internal). Out of 9 such Courses a Student has to Choose 4 Subjects for each Semester. Classes for these subjects will be conducted, Subject to 10 Students opting for each course.
3. Course structure for MBA will be revised subject to the norms of University of Pune
4. Guidelines given by the Univesity of Pune for MBA course structure will be followed by the Institute like Syllabus, Concurrent Evaluation & External Examination, Project Work and Distribution of Marks.
5. For more details log on to (www.unipune.ac.in).

MBA PROGRAMME - YASHWANTRAO CHAVAN MAHARASHTRA OPEN UNIVERSITY (YCMOU)
Yashaswi Education Society is authorised study center for conducting MBA course of Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU). The University was established on 1st July 1989 through Act XX of 1989 of the Maharashtra State Legislature and justly was named after Yashwantrao Chavan, Maharashtra, great educational thinker, political leader and builder of modern Maharashtra. The YCMOU has its headquarters at Nashik. The University is recognized by UGC under section 12B.

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programme was launched by the university in the academic year 1994- 95. A Student who is interested to taken admission for MBA course will have to clear the entrance examination of YCMOU. The said test is totally based on 12th std. Mathematics, English and General Knowledge. We at Yashaswi Education Society give you extra coaching for the said examination.

Structure & duration of the Programme
The minimum duration of the M.B.A. programme is two academic years plus project work and the maximum duration is eight years. The medium of instruction and examination is English. The programme consists of 30 months (including project work) which are spread over two academic years. A minimum attendance of 50% is compulsory for the counseling sessions.

Course Structure for MBA
 
First Year Second Year Compulsory Papers
CP1001 Accounting and Finance for Managers CP2001 Strategic Management
CP1002 Information Technology for Managers CP2002 International Business
CP1003 Business Laws CP2003 BusinessBusiness Ethics & Corporate Governance
CP1004 Quantitative Techniques in Management CP2004 Management Control System
CP1005 Economics for Managers
CP1006 Management & Organizational Behaviour Specialization: Any one group out of the following groups
CP1007 Research & Communications Methodology Note: The following 4 specialization groups are available
for the students. The students have to choose one group
out of these four groups.
CP1008 Production and Operations Management
CP1009 Marketing Management
CP1010 Human Resource Management
Specialization Group
 
(A) Finance Group (B) Marketing Group
FM2101 Corporate Finance MM2201 Marketing Research
FM2102 Taxation : Direct and Indirect MM2202 Advertising and Sales Promotion
FM2103 Corporate Laws MM2203 Consumer Behaviour
FM2105 Indian Finance System or Management of Financial Services MM2205 Industrial Marketing or Services Marketing
FM2106 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management or
Project Planning, Analysis & Management
MM2206 Brand Management or Rural Marketing
FM2108 International Finance or Management of
Financial Institutions or Strategic Cost Management
MM2209 Sales and Distribution Management or International
Marketing
 
(C) Human Resource Management Group (D) Manufacturing Management Group
HR2301 Organizational Change and Development MU2401 Manufacturing Strategy
HR2302 Human Resource Planning MU2402 World Class Manufacturing
HR2303 Human Resource Development MU2403 Production Planning & Control
HR2304 Labour Laws for Managers or Managing Interpersonal &
Group Processes
MU2405 Materials Requirement Planning or Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
HR2306 Industrial Relations or Performance & Reward
Management
MU2406 Productivity & Total Quality Management or Applied
Operations Research
HR2309 International Human Resource Management or Management
of Training and Development
MU2408 Project Management
The student has to undergo a project work for six months after completion of 2nd year.
MMM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Principals & Practices of Management Services Marketing
Principal of Marketing Retail Merketing
Funamentals of Management Accounting Sales Management & Personal Selling
Managerial Economics Distribution Management and Logistics
Research Methodology Market Research
Consumer Behaviour Relationship Marketing
Business Communication Indian Economics Environment
Fundamentals of Information Technology Field Work + SPSS
 
Semester III Semester IV
International Marketing Brand Managemnet
Low Related to Marketing Strategic Management
Financial Services Marketing Export Documentation and Forex Management
Marketing Communication Direct Marketing
Retail Operations Management Industrial Marketing
Project Work Rules and Agriculture Marketing Entrepreneurship
Development     and Project Management
Foreign Language Foreign Language
Virtual Marketing Field Work + SPSS
 
MPM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Principals and Practices of Management and
Organisational Behaviour
Labour Welfare and Industrial Hygiene
Industrial and Labour Economics Statistical Techniques & Research Methodology
Human Resource Management Industrial Relations and Trade Union
Industrial Psychology Personnel Administration and System Procedures
Labour Laws Labour Laws - II
Field Work Report (Internal) Basic of IT (Internal)
 
Semester III Semester IV
Training and Development Organisation Development and Quality Management System
Industrial Safety Strategic HRM and Corporate Planning
Labour Costing and Compensation Management Cases in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations
Project Report (Viva) External Marketing Management
Labour Laws - III Labour Laws - IV
Global HR (Internal) Current Trends in HRM (Internal)
 
PGDBM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Principles and Practices of Management and
Organizational Behaviour
Marketing Management
Management Accounting Financial Management
Managerial Economics Operations Management
Principles of Marketing Materials & Logistics Management
Basics of Communication Skills Information Technology
 
Semester III Semester IV
Human Resource Management Management Control Systems
Management Information Systems Specialization I
Legal Aspects of Business Specialization II
Statistical and Quantitative Techniques Economic Environment of Business and Environmental Management
Research Methodology Project Report
 
PGDMM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Basic of Marketing Retail & Distribution Management
Sales Management Integrated Marketing Communication
Laws Relating to Marketing Services Marketing
Principles of Management (I) Project Report (I)
Research Methodology (I) Communication Skills
 
PGDMLM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Principals & Practices of Management Physical Distribution and Supply Chain Management
Materials Management International Buying
Logistics Management Computer Awareness
Import Export Policy Statistical and Quantitative Methods
Manufacturing and Operations Management Project Work
 
PGDIEM (University of Pune)
 
Semester I Semester II
Managerial Economics International Economics Course Structure for PGDIEM
Exim Policy & Export Procedure & Documentation International Finance & Foreign exchange Management
Marketing Management International Market Research
Quantitative Techniques Export Management & Import Management
Computer Awareness Foreign Language Internal 100
India's Export Import Trade Since 1951-52 Project Work Internal 100