Curriculum

The objectives of the MBA programme at JSSCMS are

  • Develop the language in candidates that is required to understand the complex management phenomenon.
  • Develop the thought process in candidates that is required to adopt, initiate, decide and act in the ever changing business environment.
  • Make candidates aware of social, economic, political, technological and ecological environment of modern society and their interconnectedness.
  • Ingrain values of integrity, justice, social equity and fairness among fellow beings.
  • Lay strong platform for adaption of skills and knowledge matching the demand of industry.
  • Prepare the candidates for the challenges of competition.

The MBA curriculum is designed to meet these objectives. The pedagogy emphasizes the development of candidate’s skills and abilities, to identify, understand and help them address challenges in managing organizations. Candidates are expected to achieve high standards of learning along with empathy towards society.

Teaching methods include lectures, workshops, case analysis, seminars, and field research.

The 2 year MBA programme comprises of four semesters. Each academic year is divided into 3 semesters. Two main semesters and One Supplementary semester (to help the weak candidates) constitute each academic year.

In the first year, the candidates are made familiar with the Foundations of Management.  Hence all the courses offered in the first year are compulsory.

In the second year the candidate is required to register for core courses and also select elective courses. In addition the candidates are required to carry out independent project work and take a seminar. Strong foundation in research methods emphasizes on newness, conceptualization and methodology of a research paper.

Summary table of MBA subjects

SUBJECTS OFFERED

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

FOUNDATION COURSES

Organizational
Behaviour

Quantitative
Techniques-I & II

Marketing Management

Accounting for
 Managers

Business
Communication

Foundations Of
Management

Economics for Managers

Financial
 Management

Human
Resource
Management

International
Business

Strategy
Management

Project
Planning and
Appraisal

Operations
Management- I & II

Services
Management

Tax
 Management

ELECTIVES

FINANCE ELECTIVES

Advanced Corporate Finance

Mergers Acquisitions
and Corporate
Restructuring

Risk
Management

Security
 Analysis and
 Portfolio
Management

Management
 Accounting and
Control System

International
Financial
Environment

Investment
Banking

Merchant
Banking and
 Financial Service

MARKETING ELECTIVES

Consumer
Behaviour

Industrial
Marketing

Sales
Management

Integrated  Marketing
 Communication

Channel and
Logistics
 Management

Retail
Management

Product and
Brand
Management

Sales
 Accounting

HUMAN RESOURCE ELECTIVES

Industrial
 Relations

Organizational
 Structure
Process and
design

Human
Resource
Development

Industrial
Psychology

Labour
Legislation

Organizational
Change and
Development

Performance
Management

Leadership

WORKSHOP

Business Research
Methodology

Entrepreneurship
Development

SEMINAR AND PROJECT WORK

Seminar

Project Work

   

 

The candidates are guided by teaching faculty such that the work of the candidates carried out is worthy of being submitted as a research paper or presented in National Conferences.

Entrepreneurship workshop is a course supported by incubation services.

Faculty Advisors

Full time teaching faculties are nominated as faculty advisors for each candidate. The faculty advisors:

  • Monitor the academic and other general progress of the candidates.
  • Advise candidates on registration and selection of courses.
  • Assess the candidates on their academic performance and monitoring their attendance.
  • Counsel the candidates on general matters, discipline and conduct

Academic qualities

The teaching-learning process aims to develop a number of qualities in candidates. Sustained Disciplined Work, Self Learning, Continuous Learning, Quality Consciousness, Orientation to Team Work represent the learning environment.