MBA (Full-Time)

Course Description :

The two-year programme aims to provide knowledge and skills which develop confidence in the students to work on problems in the organisational framework. The modular design of the curriculum stimulates conceptual and perceptual skills. To develop an understanding of actual managerial practices, each student is required to undergo practical training of 8-10 weeks after completing the first year with a business enterprise as a part of the course curriculum. Candidates are required to complete the programme within four years. The intake in this programme is 90 students.

Type of Degree (Diploma/Degree) : Degree
Type of Course : Post Graduate
Duration of Course : Two years full-time course
Venue For Teaching ; Department of Management Studies Faculty of Management Studies University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007.

Parent Department : Department of Management Studies
Parent Faculty : Faculty of MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Subjects :
PART – I (FIRST YEAR) SEMESTER I F-101 Management Process and Organizational Behaviour F-102 Quantitative Methods F-103 Managerial Economics F-104 Financial Accounting F-105 Marketing Management F-106 Human Resource Management F-107 Business Communication F-108 Computer Applications in Management SEMESTER II F-201 Organization Effectiveness and Change F-202 Management Science F-203 Economic Environment of Business F-204 Financial Management F-205 Management Accounting F-206 Production and Operations Management F-207 Marketing Research F-208 Management of Information Systems Summer Training At the end of the second semester, all students will have to undergo summer training of 8 -10 weeks with an industrial, business or service organization by taking up a project study. The conditions of successfully completing the programme shall not be deemed to have been satisfied unless a student undergoes summer training under the supervision of the department in organizations as approved by the Faculty from time to time. Each student will be required to submit a project report to the Faculty for the work undertaken during this period within three weeks of the commencement of the third semester for the purpose of evaluation in the third semester. PART- II (SECOND YEAR) During the Second Year, in addition to compulsory papers and project studies, a student has to choose six optional papers in the third semester and three optional papers in the fourth semester from the list of optional papers announced at the beginning of each semester. SEMESTER III F-301 Summer Training Project F-302 Business Policy and Strategic Analysis Plus Six Optional Papers SEMESTER IV F-401 Corporate Evolution and Strategic Management F-402 International Business Environment F-403 Business Legislation F-404 Project Study Plus Three optional Papers LIST OF OPTIONAL PAPERS FINANCE F-3101 Quantitative Analysis of Financial Decisions F-3102 Security Analysis and Investment Management F-3103 Portfolio Management F-3104 International Financial Management F-3105 Management of Financial Services F-3106 Management Control System F-3107 International Accounting F-3108 Corporate Taxation F-3109 Financial Derivatives F-3110 Project Planning, Analysis and Management F-3111 International Financial Markets F-3112 Management of Financial Institutions MARKETING F-3201 Consumer Behaviour F-3202 Advertising Management F-3203 Competitive Marketing F-3204 International Marketing F-3205 Sales and Distribution Management F-3206 Business Marketing F-3207 Sales Promotion Management F-3208 Marketing of Services F-3209 Marketing for Non profit Organizations F-3210 Management of Public Distribution System F-3211Brand Management OB & HRD F-3301 Management of Industrial Relations F-3302 Comparative Industrial Relations F-3303 Manpower Development for Technological change F-3304 Compensation Management F-3305 Labour Laws F-3306 Management Training and Development F-3307 Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes F-3308 Organizational Change and Intervention Strategies F-3309 Counselling Skills for Managers F-3310 Human Resource Development: Strategies and Systems F-3311 Human Resource Planning and Development F-3312 Cross Cultural and Global Management PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT F-3401 Materials Management F-3402 Total Quality Management F-3403 Production Planning and Control F-3404 Operations Research F-3405 Logistics Management F-3406 Goal Programming in Management F-3407 Transportation Management F-3408 Service Operations Management GENERAL MANAGEMENT & SMALL BUSINESS F-3501 Government Business Interface F-3502 Competitive Strategy F-3503 Public Enterprise Management F-3504 Entrepreneurial Development and New Enterprise Management F-3505 Small Business Environment and Management INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT F-3601 Management Support System F-3602 Business Process Re engineering F-3603 System Analysis and Design F-3604 Strategic Management of Information Technology F-3605 Data Base Management F-3606 Telecommunications for Business

Admission Eligibility :

(a) Candidates applying for admission to the first year of MBA (Full-Time) Programme must have pursued at least a 3-year Bachelor?s Degree Programme after 12 years of formal schooling in any of the following disciplines. The minimum requisite percentage of marks in different disciplines is as follows :- (i) Arts, Commerce or Social Sciences-50% (ii) Sciences-55% (iii) Mathematics or Statistics-60% (iv) Medicine, Engineering or Technology-60% / CGPA of at least 6.00 in a scale of 10.00 OR Post Graduate Degree or 2nd Degree examination after 10+2+3 scheme, securing at least 60% marks. Candidates appearing for the final examination of Bachelor?s / Post Graduate Degree examinations may also apply. (b) Candidates must be 20 years of age as on 1st of October of the year of admission.

Other Info:

Applications for admission to various programmes are invited through advertisements in major national newspapers in September/October every year. Application forms are distributed to interested candidates on payment of the application fees. The filled-in application forms are to be sent to the Administrative Officer, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 for further processing. Eligible candidates are called for a written test and/or an interview. The eligible applicants will be called for a written test, and on the basis of their performance in the test, they will be called for an interview, an ex-tempore and a group discussion. The candidates will be required to produce their original certificates and mark-sheets at the time of the interview. The final list of candidates selected to the program will be announced after conducting all the interviews. FOREIGN STUDENTS The foreign students who are studying or those who have studied in Indian Universities are required to appear for the FMS Admission Test. All other foreign students are required to submit GMAT and TOEFL scores. In addition, they must obtain clearance from the Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, for pursuing the above programmes at Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. RESERVATIONS / RELAXATIONS 1.15 % of the seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates 2.7.5% of the seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates 3.5% of the seats are reserved for Children/Widows/Wives of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military personnel killed/disabled in action or those who died/were disabled on duty in the following manner as per University of Delhi guidelines : (i) Children/Widows/ wives of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military Personnel killed/disabled in action. (ii) Children/Widows/ wives of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military Personnel kkilled/disabled on duty. Notes : The applicants belonging to category (ii) above will be considered only when there are seats left from this reserved category after all candidates belonging to catgeory (i) have been considered. In order to become eligible for above concession, children/widows of Officers and Jawans etc. are required to produce Entitlement Card issued by the following : (i) Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi (ii) Secretary, Rajya/Zila Sainik Board (iii) Officer-in-charge, Record Office (iv) First Class Stipendiary Magistrate 4.10% of the seats are reserved for Foreign Students in MBA(Full-Time) Programme only. These seats are super numeric. 5. Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility will also be allowed to categories in SC/ST candidates and for Children/Widows/ Wives of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para-Military personnel killed/disabled in action or those who died/were disabled on duty and to the candidates with physical disabilities. ADMISSION TEST The admission test for MBA(Full -Time) is held at the following centres. The candidates may opt for any of the following centres: 01-Delhi 02-Ahmedabad 03- Bangalore 04-Bhopal 05-Calcutta 06-Chandigarh 07-Chennai 08-Hyderabad 09-Kanpur 10-Mumbai * However, FMS reserves the right to cancel any of the above centres at its own discretion. The admission test for the MBA (Part – time) programme is separate and held at Delhi only. The admission tests are designed to examine the aptitude of the candidates to pursue the courses in management at FMS. The candidates have to follow the instructions distributed/announced at the examination centre/hall. There is no prescribed syllabus or format for the admission test. The following areas have usually been included in the admission test in the past. QUANTITATIVE ABILITY Questions in this area of the test are designed to examine the quantitative ability of the candidates. The test contains questions on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages, interest, work and task, averages, ratios and proportion, profit and loss, roots, arithmetic progression series and geometric progression series, etc. The test also includes simple questions in Algebra and Geometry. VERBAL ABILITY AND LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION The test includes questions which are aimed at testing the verbal ability of the candidate. It includes questions on comprehension, grammar, meanings, idioms and phrases, correct spellings, analogy, etc. ANALYTICAL ABILITY The test is designed to assess the candidate?s ability to deduce inferences from the data presented in tables, graphs, etc. The test also contains questions on analytical reasoning. ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY The test aims to ascertain the candidates? comprehension of macro and micro environment of business, through questions on environment, economy, business and trade, etc. FEE STRUCTURE The fee for various programmes is payable in lumpsum. The approximate annual fee for the MBA programme is Rs. 11,000. The fee payable at the time of admission is approximately Rs.10,000.

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