MBA Programme

Approval & Affiliation

Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Professional Studies runs two-year MBA programme as designed by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University-the affiliating university. The norms and standards for the delivery of the course- as laid down by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD and Government of India and the affiliating University- are followed at the institute. The MBA programme is divided into four semesters each of five months duration.

Pedagogy

Dedicated faculty will implement teaching learning process at BCIPS through rigorous planning and keeping in view the industry needs. Students will undergo classroom lectures, tutorials, case studies, assignments, seminars, workshops, multimedia presentations and lectures from guest speakers from the industry and academia. To develop integrated knowledge of industry students will carryout projects in every subject in teams. In summer training students will carryout live projects individually in industry. Students at BCIPS will be exposed to research on the topics that are outside the syllabi , latest trends in industry and technology will be grasped, analyzed and presented through seminars by the students, faculty and experts from industry and academia. A personality development module is also integrated with the syllabi so as to help them expand their skills and knowledge eternally beyond the visible capabilities.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility for the admission to MBA programme as stipulated by GGSIP University requires:
Bachelor's Degree from a recognized University in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Admission Procedure

The admissions are carried out strictly on the merit basis through a Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The University conducts central counseling for all  the colleges affiliated with it. In our Institute all 120 Seats are field on merit by University. Students are required to choose the college/institute during the counseling.

Course Structure

First Semester

Code No.

Paper

L

T/P

Credits

MS 101

Management Process &Organizational Behaviour

4

-

4

MS 103

Quantitative Methods

4

-

4

MS 105

Managerial Economics

4

-

4

MS 107

Accounting for Management

4

-

4

MS 109

IT for Managers

3

-

3

MS 111

Business Communication

4

-

4

MS 113

Business Environment

4

-

4

MS 151

IT for Managers Lab

-

2

1

Total

27

2

28


Second Semester

Code No.

Paper

L

T/P

Credits

MS 102

Managementof Technology, Innovation and Change

4

-

4

MS 104

Financial Management

4

-

4

MS 106

Marketing Management

4

-

4

MS 108

Business Research

4

-

4

MS 110

Operations Management

4

-

4

MS 112

Human Resources Management

4

-

4

MS 114

E-Business

4

-

4

MS 116

Managerial Skills Development (NUES)

2

-

2

Total

30

--

30


Third Semester

Code No.

Paper

L

T/P

Credits

MS 201

Summer Training Project

-

-

3

MS 203

Management of International Business

4

-

4

MS 205

Information Systems Management

4

-

4

MS 207

Entrepreneurship and
SmallBusiness Development

4

-

4

Elective

I

3

-

3

Elective

II

3

-

3

Elective

III

3

-

3

Elective

III

3

-

3

Elective

V

3

-

3

Total

27

--

30


LIST OF ELECTIVES


I. MARKETING
MS 209 - Consumer Behavior
MS 211 - Sales and Distribution Management
MS 213 - International Marketing
MS 215 - Services Marketing

II. FINANCE
MS 217 - International Financial Management
MS 219 - Financial Markets and Institutions
MS 221 - Security Analysis and Investment Management
MS 223 - Corporate Tax Planning

III. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MS 225 - Compensation Management
MS 227 - Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
MS 229 - Training and Developments Systems and Practices
MS 231 - Performance Appraisal and Management

IV. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS
MS 233 - Systems Analysis and Design
MS 235 - Enterprise Resource Planning
MS 237 - Network Applications and Management
MS 239 - Database Management Systems
MS 251 - Database Management Systems Lab. (This paper is based on MS 239 and is part of it)

V. GLOBAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

MS 241 - International Business Environment
MS 243 - Export, Import Policies, Procedures, and Documentation
MS 245 - WTO and Intellectual Property Rights
MS 247 - International Economics

Note:
1. All students must specialize in one major and one minor area. Five papers must be taken for the major area and three papers for the minor area of specialization.
2. Three elective papers must be taken in the third semester and two elective papers in the fourth semester from the area selected for major specialization.

Fourth Semester

Code No.

Paper

L

T/P

Credits

MS 202

Strategic Management

3

-

3

MS 204

Project Report

-

-

6

MS 206

Business Intelligence and Applications

3

-

3

Elective

I

3

-

3

Elective

II

3

-

3

Elective

III

3

-

3

Total

15

--

21


LIST OF ELECTIVES

I. MARKETING
MS 208 - Retail Management
MS 210 - Advertising and Brand Management
MS 212 - Rural and Social Marketing


II. FINANCE
MS 214 - Project Planning and Analysis
MS 216 - Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring
MS 218 - Insurance and Risk Management

III. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MS 220 - Strategic Human Resource Management
MS 222 - Organizational Development
MS 224 - Team Building in Organizations

IV. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS
MS 226 - Front End Design Tools
MS 252 - Front End Design Tools Lab. (This paper is based on MS 226 and is part it)
MS 228 - Software Project Management
MS 230 - Web Technologies
MS 254 - Web Technologies Lab. (This paper is based on MS 230 and is part it)

V. GLOBAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
MS 232 - Global Competitiveness and Strategic Alliances
MS 234 - Distribution and Logistics for International Business
MS 236 - Foreign Language
Total Credits = 109
To obtain the degree a student shall require 104 Credits.

Note:
Syllabus for the Fourth Semester papers shall be completed by February 28th every year and for the remaining period the students shall continue to work on the assigned project.

Fee Structure:
The Institute follows the fee structure as prescribed for the MBA programme for this Institute by the State Level Fee Regulatory Committee. The fee is payable once in a year for the entire academic year in the beginning of the academic session. First year fee is collected by the GGSIP University and the refund rules are governed by the University. In subsequent years the Institute collects the fee and the fee so collected is not refundable.
For management seats the Institute shall collect the fee and it shall be payable once in a year. If the student withdraws after the date of commencement of course and the seat remains vacant, no fee shall be refunded.
Security deposit shall be refunded on completion of the course or on migration/withdrawal by applying for it. The Institution may deduct cost of replacement on account of loss of library book/document or any fine imposed by the Institute due to damage etc done individually/collectively to the property of the Institute of for indiscipline.

 

 
© Copyright 2009, All Rights Reserved