Admission Open for 2017-18

M.B.A- Master of Business Administration

About the Course: The MBA course is approved by AICTE, Govt. of India and is run under the curriculum of Bengaluru University, The course is carefully designed and updated by the university keeping in view the changing needs of manufacturing and service industry. Upon successful completion of the course, the degree is awarded by Bengaluru University.

Young managers are required at different levels in the areas of Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Information Technology and so on. The curriculum puts significant emphasis on the ability of the student to have an integrated view of the management and apply them to the real life situations. It lays emphasis on taking decisions and developing focussed education combined with practical exposure to create value to the students coming out of academics. It aims at developing students into effective managers with good communication skills and leadership capabilities. The attributes that are ingrained in them are knowledge, skills, values and attitudes.

Duration : 2 years consisting of 4 semesters.

Eligibility : Candidates who have passed Bachelor Degree examination of Bengaluru University with not less than 50% of marks in aggregate in all the three years of Degree examination or any other University equivalent thereto with 50% marks. However in case of candidates from Karnataka belonging to SC/ST & Cat-I the aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examination shall not be less than 45% of marks.

At the time of admission students have to produce the ranks obtained in any one of the National Level Test/State Level Test / PGCET/ K-MAT score Certificate.

Course Content : 


Year Semester Code Title Books
I Year I Sem 1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Managerial Communication
Accounting for Managers
Organisation Behaviour
Managerial Economics
Business Mathematics & Analytics
Information Technology for Business
Business Perspectives
Scot Ober
Mohammed Arif Pasha
Stephen Robbins
Atmanand
Raghavachari
Raghuram
Ashwathappa
II Sem 2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Research Methodology & Tech. Writing
Financial Management
Production & Operations Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Managements
Quantative Methods & Operation Research
Legal Aspects of Business
Dr. Krishna Swamyr
Prasanna Chandra
Chary
C.B. Mamoria
Kotler Philip
Sharma
N.D. Kapoor
II Year III Sem 3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Entrepreneurship Development
Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
Elective 1
Elective 2
Elective 3
Elective 4
Elective 5
Internship Report & Viva - Voce
Vasant Desai
Lara P. Hartman



Charles. W.l
Lara. P. Hartman
IV Sem 4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Strategic Management
International Business
Elective 1
Elective 2
Elective 3
Elective 4
Elective 5
Dissertation
Viva - Voce
Arthur A. Johnson
Charles. W.l




The students can avail the benefit of dual specialization by appropriately choosing the concerned electives during semesters III and IV. 

Specialisation Stream Courses Offered During III & IV Semesters : 

Stream Code Title of the Paper Books
Finance Semister III
F1
F2
F3
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Financial Markets & Intermediaries
Tax Compliances & Management
Prasanna Chandra
Khan
Singhania
Semister IV
F4
F5
F6
International Financial Management
Strategic Financial Management
Project Analysis & Implementation
P.G. Apte
Prasanna Chandra
Prasanna Chandra
Marketing Semister III
M1
M2
M3
Business Marketing
Service Marketing
Sales & Marketing Channel Management
Krishna Hawaldar
Ravi Shankar
Still & Cundiff
Semister IV
M4
M5
M6
Rural & Agri-Marketing
Retailing Management
Advertising & Integrated Brand Management
Pradeep Kashyape
Piyush Kumar Sinha
Belch & Belch
Elective Subjects
Human Resource Management Semister III
H1
H2
H3
Human Resources Acquisition & Development
Employee Relationship Management
Perfomance & Compensation Management
Janakiraman

Mamoria & Mamoria

Cynthia D Fisher
Semister IV
H4
H5
H6
Labor Legislation & Welfare
Knowledge Management and learning Organization
International HRM
BD Singh
P.N. Rastogi

S Jayashree
Information Technology Semister III
IT1
IT2
IT3
Software Design & Project Management
Database Management System
E-Commerce Technology & Management
Senn J.A
Gary & James
Nabil Adam
Semister IV
IT4
IT5
IT6
System Analysis and Design
ERP & Business Process Reengineering
E Business Strategies
Rajaraman
Vinod Kumar Garg
Napier, Judd, Rivers & Wagener

Teaching Hours : There will be 183 credit hours in total for all the semesters together. Each credit will be of 10 hours duration [i.e, 1830 Hrs.] for the course. Each semester will be of about 12 weeks duration.

Calendar of Events (Tentative) : 

Event  I/III Semester I/IV Semester
Commencement of the term September February
Term Closure Decemeber May
Guest Lecture / Seminars/ Discussions / Preparations etc. 1 st and 3rd week of each month 1 st and 3rd week of each month
University Examination January June

Attendance : 75% attendance is compulsory in each semester for appearing for Bengaluru University Examinations. 

Academic Activities : Highly qualified and experienced faculties handle various subjects. There will be a number of guest lectures on different topics and contemporary issues, seminars, presentations, group discussions, panel discussions, workshops, industry-institute interaction, industrial visits apart from regular classes which helps in improving the overall personality of the student and make him/her face the challenges of the industry confidently.

Internal Assessment : Maximum 25 marks in each subject. Minimum is 12.5 marks.

Examination : Twice in a year in January and June. Examination will be conducted once in a year for repeaters. Each theory paper carries 75 marks in all semesters.

Scheme of valuation : As per Bengaluru University regulations.

Promotion to next year : There are 14 subjects in I and II semesters. A student is required to pass at least 11 out of 14 subjects to qualify for III semester as per norms.

Vacation : 

After I/III semester, there will be a vacation for about 2 weeks as notified by the University.
After II semester, there will be a vacation for about 2 months as notified by the University.

Outcome of the Course : After completing theMBAcourse, students will be able to use their management skills and practice in the following areas.

  • They can solve industrial problems in changing scenario and in the wake of galloping technology.
  • can use conceptual and analytical skills and provide optimum solution to various industrial problems faced by industries.
  • using this knowledge, they can be competent &effective managers.
  • they can use management skills for future planning and growth of organizations.
  • they would be competent to contribute to research and development organization in developing new products, modifying the existing products and process with their innovative ideas.
  • they can serve the business, industries and society in their pursuit of excellence by delighting the customers.
  • can take up Ph.D programme in Indian Universities or Foreign Universities.

Employment Opportunities : The opportunities available to the young budding Managers after the completion of MBA are plenty. They can:

  • work in Indian or Multi-national firms.
  • work as Executives in Industry, Government &Public Sectors.
  • Serve as Executives in service sectors viz., Banks, Hospitals, Hotels, Financial Institutions, Airlines etc.
  • start their own industries and business houses.
  • work as Management Consultants & Promoters to Industries, Educational Institutions & Business houses.
  • Work asTrainer to meet developing needs of Private, Public and Government sectors take up teaching profession and become academicians.