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Master in Business Administration

Masters of Business Administration (MBA) is AICTE Approved post-graduate degree course in management and its duration is 2 years (four semesters). The Institute is affiliated to Jiwaji University, Gwalior and the MBA degree will be awarded by NAAC ‘A’ accredited Jiwaji University, Gwalior. The program is so designed that the students get balanced development in their conceptual understanding and practical/application exposure.

A Masters degree in Management (MBA) has gained importance in last two decades along with the increase in demand for management graduates in all functional areas of management (Marketing, finance, HRM, International Business) in industries across sectors. Last decade has seen exponential growth in retail, banking, insurance, consultancy and research; generating further demand for management graduates.
MBA graduates have higher chances of obtaining and holding a high level management position due to their qualification. It is estimated that 70% of the MBA graduates worldwide are senior managers or board directors. Whether you wish to further your current career by advancing in a leadership position, or you want to pursue a new career, an MBA degree is definitely going to boost your chances of achieving these goals.

As an MBA student you have great networking opportunities. During your MBA study you get to know and interact in a relevant manner with people from diverse backgrounds and develop insight that is a great asset, not only to you as a manager, but also to any potential employer. It is also important to note that during the two severe recessions in last decade hardly any MBA lost his/her job; indicating that MBA graduates have higher job security than other graduates.

Your ability to get seed capital for starting a new business improves tremendously if you have done an MBA from one of the top B-schools in the country. You also get to interact with the best minds in the country where you can brainstorm your ideas and get a better handle on things.

The Institute has a systematic process in place for the development of the MBA students to make them suitable for industry. The Institute has right processes in place for developing the personality of the students. The students present six seminars and learning through movies presentations, appear in at least 50 practice GDs and mock interviews, make at least 30 classroom presentations, are part of at least 24 organizing committees for national or international programs and are sponsored to attend unlimited events organized by other Institutions across the country. A team of four faculty members takes care of development of desired skill set (soft skills, leadership skills, team skills, analytical skills, decision making skills etc) through personality development program that runs throughout the two years program. The students have industry exposure through six to eight weeks summer internship in reputed business houses in addition to on job training and regular interactions with industry leaders on EML platform.

The placements offered by the Industrial units belonging to all the sectors of economy to the students of MBA program of the Institute is a testimony of the desired skill set possessed by the students of this Institute. The program is also approved for the purpose of selection in defense forces through CDS route. MBA graduates are eligible to participate in selection process for administrative positions both at central and state levels. The program is also recognized by the public sector units for selection on executive positions.

The students of MBA program are offered specialization in Marketing, Finance, HRM and International Business. The Institute also offers job oriented certificate programs to the students of MBA program to enhance their employability at higher positions.
The Main objective of MBA program is to prepare students for senior executive level responsibilities in industries, banking, defense and administration.

MBA FULL SYLLABUS 2019-22

S.NO.

Name of

the Subject

Teaching Pedagogy

Type of Learning

Learning Outcome

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

Business English and Personality Development

Mock Extempore, Public speaking, essay writing, Group Discussions, business games

Independent and interactive

Students become aware of the difference between general English communication and Professional communication. They understand the basics of personality relevant for corporate culture

2.

Managerial Economics

 

 

Buzzword Articles- (exercise on white board)-students are encouraged to read news papers in order to which students have to present one of the business news /economic news and also identify different terminologies used in it.

Individual

To inculcate reading habits in the students.

Students are able to enhance their knowledge in business and economic environment.

3

Financial Management

Financial /banking Dictionary- The students are advised to prepare dictionary of the topic allocated by teacher, in the loose pages. Collection of all the assignments will form a dictionary. The team of 5 students (12 groups) are able to generate a glossary of more than 600 words, which is kept in the classrooms for further use.

Collaborative

The information from finance and banking sectors provide users with thorough and reliable meaning of commonly used finance words.

 

 

4

Financial Management

Balloon exercise on leverage- Students are suggested to blow the balloon and then asked to release air out. The expanded and flaccid nature is perfectly related with the mechanism of leverage.

 

Practical

The students understand the concept of leverage

 

5

Financial Management

Student Aeroplane- The students are gathered in a shape of plane and are divided in different classes. If one class is leaving the other classes have to manage in order to balance a plane.

 

Practical

The students understand the importance and role of components  of cost of capital

 

6

Entrepreneurship

 

AMAT- Achievement motivation and attribution theory-More than 50 pebbles are required to make the castle. While making the castle parties involved in starting a venture are included. The one who makes castle is the entrepreneur. The other parties may be parents, financier, friend, teacher/motivator and competitor.

Deductive

The students are able to understand the role of various parties and social psychology.

7

Project management

Feasibility Report :

The students are advised to identify problems within the Institute premises to make the system smoother. For this they identify any problem and submit the proposal by analysing feasibility criterion.

It may be related to parking, canteen, yoga and meditation or counselling cell. Selected projects may be undertaken and implemented later on.

Practical –deductive

To develop belongingness.                      Students are able to learn application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project analysis and implementation to meet the project requirements.

8

Security Analysis and portfolio management

Virtual trading- Students are asked to carry out actual trading on simulation software on websites like Moneybhai and final outcomes in the form of profit and losses.

Simulation

The students are able to understand the trading mechanism

9

Organizational Behaviour

 

Students are asked to assess attitudes and behaviours of others and then it is matched to the outcomes of standard batteries on these behaviours.

 

Associative

This helps students to improve their interpersonal skills and socio-psychological skills

10

Organizational Behaviour

 

Students are assigned role play exercises and then non participants are asked to assess the behavioural issues.

 

Associative

This helps students to improve their Social and emotional intelligence.

 

11

Research Methodology

 

Students are given a variable and they are asked to identify other associated variables. They formulate the topic using some of the variables and conduct whole research right from deciding their topic to completion of file.

 

Practical

This improves student’s understanding on research based on learning by doing method.

 

 

12

HR & OD

 

Students are asked to play the role of organizational members and then display how they deal with various issues related to HR & OD.

 

Simulation

Students are able to analyse the gap between expected and actual behaviour and understand the interventions that can be used to bridge the gap.

 

13

Compensation Planning

 

Students are asked to prepare various job related tasks such as job description, job specification for various positions in an organization through an online link. Those details are then matched with the standard details. Further they are asked to decide compensation for these posts.

 

Practical

Students learn and enjoy the activities as virtually they are part of the organization. It helps to understand the challenges related to compensation planning, in turn better understanding of subject.

 

14

IT/ MIS

Project development  in the group of 3-4 Students, So that they learn to work in a team

Practical

Team working and thorough understanding in identification of problem and develop project

15

Business Communication

Conducting interviews on the most current topic and the students are guided to improve interviewing skills.

Active

The students learn how to crack interviews.

16

Strategic Management

Students are asked to evaluate organisational strategies through analysis of strategic cases using matrices.

Participative

Acquiring strategic decision making skills.

17

Investment Management

 

Students are asked to develop investment Portfolios with a particular objective and conditions in mind 

Practical

The student learn to develop Portfolio by analysing Risk & return of individual security

 

18

Entrepreneurship & small business management

 

Video's of different Entrepreneur, their Case Evaluation and Management Games

 

Participative

Develop Logo & punch line for firms. Identify various problems an entrepreneur faces.  They also learn the possible alternatives to solve the problems

 

19

Entrepreneurship

 

Interaction with small -local entrepreneurs

 

Interactive

Identify various problems an entrepreneur faces.  They also learn the possible alternatives to solve the problems.

 

20

Total Quality Management

 

Exercises of Quality Circles, Kaizen

 

Active

Implementation of QC and KAIZEN in real situation

 

21

Advertisement & Sales  management

 

Ad Analysis and Sales Games

 

Inductive

Improving the understanding learning of students about sales situations and creating attractive ads

 

22

Accounting for Managers

 

Creating Excel model

 

Practical

Applying accounting methods in managerial decisions

23

Human Values and Indian Culture

Skits on the stories of Mahabharata, Ramayana, Malgudi days, Buddhism, Jainism, Hindu Mythological Stories, Folk culture and relating them with the management lessons, Ethical decision making, Moral Values, Corporate Governance, HR Management and STRATEGICAL Decision making.

Inductive and collaborative

Students understand the relevance of the Indian Culture and feel pride in the rich literary works of the country. They understand the significance of India and what India has contributed to the field of management from the very ancient times. They learn to form the team, working in the team and identifying relevant cases from the history for the management studies

PEO1

Be a successful management-professional with exposure to latest technology and knowledge.

PEO2

Be able to contribute in synthesizing qualitative and quantitative analysis to provide solutions to critical business problems of industry and organizations through team work.

PEO3

Become sincere professional, keen learner, motivator and follower of values and ethical practices.

No.

Program Outcome

PO1

Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems

PO2

Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making

PO3

Ability to develop Value based Leadership ability

PO4

Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business

PO5

Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment

PO6

Better Equipped on completion of the MBA program with communication skills and work across different business sectors

PO7

Have suitable ethical compass for business decision making

M1

To produce qualified and competent business leaders of international standards through outcome-based teaching and self-learning.

M2

To impart value based education by inducing values in the students through teaching and participation in solving societal problems.

M3

To follow teaching practices which provide better learning in a conducive environment.

M4

To develop strong industry linkage which provide the students practical-learning and interactions with business leaders.

  • Candidates seeking admission in MBA program must have secured minimum 50% marks in Bachelor's Degree in any discipline from any Indian or Foreign University/Institute recognized by Jiwaji University.

    A candidate who has appeared in the final year of qualifying degree examination during current academic session as a regular or private candidate but whose result is yet to be declared can also apply on provisional basis. But such candidates must produce certificate of having passed the qualifying degree examination before the last date fixed in this respect by the Institute, failing which his/ her admission may be cancelled. The fee and other charges paid by him/her will not be refunded in any case.

Admissions in MBA programme are carried out on the basis of merit marks of entrance test (CMAT). The admissions are carried out by Director, Technical Education, Government of M.P through online off-campus counseling. CMAT 2018-19is open to all the candidates from across the country.

Application form can be downloaded, printed , filled and sent to the institute . In such cases admission form fee of Rs 800 will be applicable. Drafts can be sent along with the completed form or cheque can be deposited at the below given bank details.

Admission brochure can be purchased by sending a D.D of Rs 1000 in favour of Director ,Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior , payable at Gwalior.

Application form can be downloaded, printed , filled and sent to the institute . In such cases admission form fee of Rs 800 will be applicable. Drafts can be sent along with the completed form or cheque can be deposited at the below given bank details :

  • Name of Bank :Punjab National Bank
  • Account Number : 0328002100027128
  • IFS Code: PUNB0032800
  • Branch : 032800
  I Sem II Sem III Sem IV Sem
Tuition Fee(Annual)  54500 54500 54500 54500
Caution Money( Refundable )  1500      
Placement Fee     3000  
Insurance Fee 450   450  
Total 56450 54500 57950 54500

*Application Form: Rs. 1000
**AFRC revises the fee after every 3 years

  • On admission the candidate will have to pay the fee for the whole year/first installment on or before the date notified by the Institute ,failing which his/her admission may be cancelled.

    On admission the candidate will have to pay the fee for the whole year/first installment on or before the date notified by the Institute ,failing which his/her admission may be cancelled.

    Fee will be deposited through D.D/Pay Order drawn in favor of Director ,Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior payable at Gwalior.

    The fee is subjected to revision

    Caution money ,which is to be paid at the time of admission is refundable without interest on completion of the program against caution money receipt.