MBA Courses




MBA

Obtain the MBA degree from various University on completion of PGDBA certification.
Management is not only about solving structured problems but also about the challenge of transforming a situation into an opportunity in an ever-changing competitive environment. Post Graduate Diploma in Business administration equips the students and managers with skills to meet the challenges of the corporate world.

Semester I

Business, Government and Society
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Corporate Communication
Quantitative Methods
Managerial Economics (Micro)

Semester II

Financial Reporting and Control (Accounts)
Managerial Finance
Managerial Economics (Macro)
Marketing Management
Operations Management

Semester III

Human Resource Management
Entrepreneurship
Legal Framework and Business
Management Information Systems
International Economy and Finance

Semester IV

This semester IV will have coruses according to Specialization please check particular Specialization from above coruses list.

MBA - Energy Management

Energy management is an essential and unavoidable activity in most of the industrial sector. Energy management systems are applied in various forms and degrees of sophistication to all sectors of industry. These include recognizing the importance of energy management, target setting, planning, and monitoring, reporting and implementing optimal control strategies. Such planned strategies require a specialized stream exclusively dedicated to develop individuals into expert energy managers.

Semester I

Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Business Government and Society
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Quantitative Methods
Management Information Systems
Operations Management
Marketing Management

Semester III

Energy Audit and Management
Energy Audit Assessment and Report Preparation
Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities
Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities
Project Management

Semester IV

Operations Research
Energy Instrumentation and Information Analysis
Energy Performance Assessment
General Aspects of Energy Management and Energy Audit
Renewable Sources of Energy
MBA - Operations Management

Operation activities consist of the production of goods and providing services, value-added services, etc. Operations management is the area of business that is concerned with the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are effective. It also includes managing resources, the distribution of goods and services to the buyers and the analysis of all systems involved in these activities.

Semester I

Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Business Government and Society
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
Project Management

Semester III

Enterprise Resource and Planning
Forecasting
Inventory Management
Just-In-Time and Lean
Operations Research

Semester IV

Operations Management
Location Planning and Analysis
Managing E-business
Production, Planning and Control
Risk Management
MBA - Project Management

Strong leadership skills and proficiency in project management: theoretical and practical are necessary skills for managing project for achieving the organizational and project objectives within the stipulated time and budget and to the full satisfaction of all stakeholders. Project management plays a vital role in perspective of Industry and Government.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Business Communication
Managerial Economics
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
Project Management

Semester III

Enterprise Resource Planning
Forecasting
Management of Quality
Managing E-business
Operations Management

Semester IV

Production Planning and Control
Project Administration
Project Execution
Project Planning Concepts
Risk Management
MBA - Wealth Management

Wealth management is all about strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the choice of debt, equity, growth, safety and numerous other tradeoffs encountered in the attempts to maximize return at a given risk.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
Project Management

Semester III

Financial Institutions and Banking
Financial Planning and Mutual Fund Products
Legal Framework and Business
Operations Management
Operations Research

Semester IV

Risk Management
Retirement Solution
Security Analysis
Portfolio Management
Constructing Financial Plan and Wealth Management
MBA - Risk and Insurance Management

The impact of globalization has led to the emergence of insurance sector. In India, the topmost players are still vying with each other to grab the growing insurance market of Rs 33,000 crores premium per annum.
There is an increasing need of trained and specialized personnel with knowledge of scientific theories and practices followed in India and globally.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Quantitative Methods
Project Management

Semester III

Principles and Practice of Life and General Insurance
Risk Management
Life Insurance I
Fire Insurance
Marine Insurance

Semester IV

Liability Insurance
Life Insurance II
Motor Insurance and Agricultural and Mis. Insurance
Investment Planning and Management
Marketing of Financial Services
MBA - Supply chain management

Supply chain management (SCM) means the management of the flow of materials, information, services and funds across the entire supply chain from suppliers to component producers and from producers to the customer, who is the ultimate receiver of the service or product. SCM does not merely handle the pre-sale or logistics activities but also helps in post-sale service activities.

Semester I

Financial Accounting Management
Managerial Economics – Micro
Corporate Communications
Leadership and Organisational Behaviour
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Managerial Economics – Macro
Project Management

Semester III

Legal Framework and Business
Managing e-business
Operations Management
Operations Research
Quantitative methods

Semester IV

Supply Chain Management
Legal Aspect of Supply Chain Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Risk Management
Technology and Operations Management
MBA - Materials Management

Materials management plays vital role in logistics that deals with the tangible components of a supply chain. Materials management covers the acquisition of spare parts, replacements, quality control of purchasing and ordering such parts, and the standards involved in ordering, shipping and warehousing the said parts.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics- Micro
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Managerial Economics – Macro
Project Management

Semester III

Operations Management
Legal Framework and Business
Managing e-business
Quantitative Methods
Operations Research

Semester IV

Material and Store Management
Legal Aspects of Supply Chain Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Risk Management
International Economy and Finance
MBA - HR Management

The greatest asset of any organisation is human resource. Many organisations describe Human Resource Management (HRM) as a combination of administrative personnel functions with performance management, employee relations and resource planning. More commonly, HR is the department that deals with hiring, firing, training, and other personnel issues. The main objective of Human Resources is to ensure maximum return on investment that an organisation has made in its human capital and minimise risk.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Business Communication
Managerial Economics-Micro
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Quantitative Methods

Semester II

Financial Accounting Management
Operations Management
Operations Research
Statistics
Managerial Economics-Macro

Semester III

Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Management
Legal Framework and Business
Management Information Systems
Project Management

Semester IV

Strategic Human Resource Management
Enrichment, Training and Development
Recruitment, Selection and Retention
Enterprise Resource and Planning
Labour Laws
MBA - Telecom Management

The scope of this degree is vast, given that the telecom industry has been experiencing phenomenal growth, particularly in the last decade. With the advent of 2G, 3G and other multimedia spectra, there is also a keen need for trained personnel who not only can understand the industry from a legal, regulatory, finance and management point of view but also those who can chart the course for the next step.

Semester I

Business, Government and Society
Business Communication
Managerial Economics (Micro)
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Principles of Management
Managerial Economics (Macro)
Marketing Management
Management Information System
Project Management

Semester III

Advanced Networking
Wireless Network: Fundamentals and Future Evolution (3G)
Advanced Communication
Operations Research
Statistics

Semester IV

Advance Wireless and Mobile Communication
Electromagnetics and Radiation
Future Trends and Competency in Telecom Business
Network Management
Regulation Over Network Interconnection
MBA - Infrastructure and Construction

Sound infrastructure is the key to sustainable economic progress and this has been indubitably the main reason for the economic boom that the country has been experiencing since the 1990's. Holistically trained personnel who can capitalize on the social economic, environmental and physical resources at hand to ensure maximum viability are fast becoming the need of the day.

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Business Communication
Managerial Economics-Micro
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Quantitative Methods

Semester II

Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Operations Management
Human Resource Management
Managerial Economics-Macro

Semester III

Contract Management and Legal Aspects of Infrastructure Projects
Clearance and Planning
Resources and Technology Management
Overview of Indian Infrastructure Management
Project Management

Semester IV

Financial Management for Infrastructure Projects
Computer Applications in Infrastructure
Environmental Policies and Issues
Regulatory Issues and Environmental Issues in Urban Governance and IT Infrastructure Management
Environmental Impact of Growing Energy Needv
MBA - in Hospital Management(PGDHM + MBAHM)

Introduction -

The service industry is one of the most attractive as well as one of the fastest growing industries not only in India but also all over the world. In recent times, health care concept of the people have undergone a marvellous change which has lead to higher expectations and an increased demand for high quality medical care and facilities. Hospital Management is the latest concept in the field of management and one of the most lucrative and important careers in the health sector. The nature of the job requires management professionals and not doctors as such. Therefore, not only doctors and paramedicos, but ordinary graduates, too, can choose the courses and enter the field.

Potential Careers -

Administrator in health agencies & Laboratories
Managers Health and allied services
Assistant Hospital administrators
Hospital Manager's

Online Advantage -

1) Anytime, Anywhere Learning : Access your course content anytime through uts Blackboard (LMS)
2) Flexible Learning: uts enables students to study online via uts Blackboard & Offline through the Tablet PC to bringing in the new technology in learning.
3) Multi- resource support
· Library: 24x7 library access (online)
· Dedicated Course administrator: Available throughout the course, where students can clarify their doubts
Hospital Manager's

Placement:


A separate placement portal & dedicated assistance provided for better career opportunities, resume writing, personality development etc

Semester I

Business Government and Society
Corporate Communication
Managerial Economics- Micro
Leadership and Organizational Behaviour
Human Resource Management

Semester II

Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems
Managerial Economics- Macro
Project Management

Semester III

Principles of Management
Hospital Planning and Designing
Health Economics and Insurance
Marketing and Public Relations Management
Strategic Management for Hospital

Semester IV

Health Policy and Health Care Management in India
Hospital Support Services and Management of Hazards
Hospital Operations Management
Hospital Cost Accounting
Hospital Management and Law

Fees -

44,000/-

Eligibility

Nursing/Science Graduates

Online PG Diploma + MBA in Fire Protection and Safety

Introduction -

The PGD + MBA program is a dual advantage degree program. Upon completion of this dual degree, the student receives a diploma from various University. Technical changes within the industry, an increase in the number, variety, type of flammable and combustible products, and an increase population density have given rise to newer fire hazards. Thus there is a need for constant research and development of customized fire-prevention and fire-fighting solutions. Safety-training goes hand in hand with fire protection. In the Post Graduate Diploma + MBA in Fire Protection and Safety, students will learn about industrial safety standards, risk assessment, fire protection systems, factors that influence fire hazards and so on.

Potential Careers -

Consulting Engineering Firms
Fire Departments
Fire Equipment and Systems Manufacturers
Government
Hospitals and Health Care Facilities
Insurance Industry
Research and Testing Laboratories
Universities and Colleges
Entertainment Industry
Forensic Investigations
Chemical and Petrochemical firms

Semester I

Business, Government and Society
Business Communication
Operations Management
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Managerial Economics-Micro

Semester II

Marketing Management
Management Information System
Managerial Economics-Macro
Operations Management
Human Resource Management

Semester III

Fire Sciences
Fire Protection System (Part I)
Project Management
Fluid Mechanics and Fire Hydraulics
Fire Detection and Alarm Systems

Semester IV

Fire Dynamics, Applications and Fundamentals
Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health
Industrial Safety
Fire Protection System (Part II)
Risk Management, Fire Insurance and Law

Duration:

Two years(4 Semester)

Eligibility:

Any Graduate.

Fee:

For Indian student : INR 52000
For International Students : $2400

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