MBA

For admission to MBA

Passed or appearing in 2020, for the Bachelor’s Degree examination of minimum three years duration from any University of Odisha or from a recognized University as defined by UGC/AICTE.

Passed or appearing in 2020, for the Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering / Technology / Pharmacy examination of minimum four / five years duration in any discipline from any University of Odisha or from a recognized University as defined by UGC/AICTE.

The candidate should have obtained at least 50% marks (45% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) at the qualifying examination.

There is no age limit to for admission to MBA  course.

Semester 1

Subject Code Subject Contact Hrs. Credit
15MNG‐101 Statistics and Decision Science 4 150
15MNG‐102 Marketing Managenent 4 150
15MNG‐103 Financial Accounting & Analysis 4 150
15MNG‐104 Economics for Management 4 150
15MNG‐105 Management Principles and Practices 3 150
15MNG‐106 Organizational Behaviour 3 150
15MNG‐107 English Communication Skills 3 150
15MNG‐108 ECS Lab 2 100
TOTAL 27 1150

 

Semester 2

Subject Code Subject Contact Hrs. Credit
15MNG‐201 Business Research Methods 3 150
15MNG‐202 Business, Environment & Society 3 150
15MNG‐203 Banking and Insurance 3 150
15MNG‐204 Financial Management 4 150
15MNG‐205 Operations Management 4 150
15MNG‐206 Human Resource Management 4 150
15MNG‐207 Managerial Communication 2 150
15MNG‐208 Managerial Communication Lab 2 100
15MNG‐209 Business Data Analysis Lab 2 100
TOTAL 27 1250

SUMMER INTERNSHIP (for 6 to 8 weeks)

ELECTIVES*

Choice of Electives

The University offers four papers in each of the 5 elective areas as under:

MARKETING AREA
1 Consumer Behavior (CB)
2 Sales and Distribution Management (SDM)
3 Services Marketing (SM)
4 Retail Management (RM)

FINANCE AREA
1 Corporate Restructure and Valuation (CRV)
2 Security and Portfolio Management (SAPM)
3 Project Appraisal (PA)
4 Financial Derivative (FD)

HR AREA
1 Compensation and Reward Management
2 Human Resource Developement (HRD)
3 Performance Management (PM)
4 Industrial Relations (IR)

IT AREA
1 Software Engineering (SE)
2 Networking Management (NM)
3 Data Base Management (DBM)
4 Information Security & Cyber Law (ISCL)

OPERATIONS AREA
1 Supply Chain Management (SCM)
2 Total Quality Management (TQM)
3 Project & Operations Management (POM)
4 Innovation & Technology Management (ITM)

Area specialization:
Group A
Papers (MBA‐305A, 306A, 307A, 308A, 404A, 405A and 406A) are from Marketing Area;

Group B
Papers (MBA‐305B, 306B, 307B, 308B, 404B, 405B, 406B ) are from Finance Area;

Group C
Papers (MBA‐305C, 306C, 307C, 308C, 404C, 405C, 406C) are from HRM Area;

Group D
papers (MBA‐305D, 306D, 307D, 308D, 404D, 405D ,406D ) are from Systems Area.

Group E
Papers (MBA‐305E, 306E ,307E, 308E,404E, 405E, 406E ) are from Production Area

The elective papers will be offered in the functional areas of Management such as Marketing, Finance,Human Resources and Systems. Students have options to choose four papers as Electives I,II,III,IV from the Elective papers offered in the 3rd Semester and three papers as Electives V, VI, VII from the list of subjects offered in 4th Semester. A student shall be considered to have specialization in a particular area provided he/she covers at least four papers of that particular area in the 3rd and 4th semesters taken together.

The institutions concerned shall be free to offer the exact subjects subject to administrative exigency
such as availability of faculty, minimum of 15 students opting for an elective paper.

The degree will be awarded after successful completion of all the semester papers.

The teaching methodology in core and elective papers should emphasize on case study approach wherever
appropriate with cases beng of recent origin.

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