Bachelor of Management Studiesis a 3-yearundergraduate course, involving an advanced study of the management practices used in business/corporate firms, as also basic concepts in human resource education, such as employee retention, labor relations, and similar problem solving.
The program is spread over 6 semesters, lasting over 6 months each, and as for minimum eligibility, aspiring candidates need to attain the Higher Secondary (10+2) qualification with a minimum aggregate score of 50%, for applying to the course.
Admission to the course is offered on the basis of the candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance test and subsequent round of counseling.
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Successful graduates of the course in the country can explore lucrative employment opportunities in leading public and private sector organizations as Bankers, Budget Planners, Quality Specialists, etc. with an initial monthly remuneration ranging between INR 15K and 50K, depending upon the scale of the organization and the candidate’s expertise.
Tabulated below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Eligibility||10+2 qualification from a recognized educational Board.|
|Admission Process||Counseling after qualification of entrance test.|
|Examination Type||Semester System (6 semesters)|
|Total Course Fee||INR 1 to 5 Lacs|
|Average Initial Salary||INR 2 to 7 Lacs|
|Top Recruiting Areas/Fields||Business Firms, Academic Institutions, Marketing and Sales, Banks, Finance and Retailing, Self-Employment, Consultancy, etc.|
|Job Positions Offered||Banker, Quality Specialist, Business Development Manager, Teacher & Lecturer, Business Analyst, Finance Officer, Assistant Professor, and such.|
The undergraduate course in Management Studies has been designed to offer to eligible students specialization in a wide range of managerial skills, and training in management efficiency and productivity-evaluation of employees, while at the same time building competence in a particular area of business management.
Successful graduates of the course interested in pursuing further studies in the discipline may go for any higher courses such as Master of Management Studies (M.M.S), Master of Business Administration (M.B.A), and further research in the subject.
The programs aims to educate enrolled students about the basic concepts of the academic discipline of Human Resource Management, such as employee retention, labor relations, etc. and the application of such knowledge in the field for improving management efficiency.
One of the principle objectives of the program is to expose students practically to the behavioral aspects of an organization and on the hierarchy-based interaction of the same. The course offers candidates the opportunity to acquire leadership qualities essential in managing and working in a team, and also to improve presentation and problem-solving skills that can help prepare students for prospective managerial roles. Such effective management skills are essential to building and maintaining productive and innovative work and corporate environments.
Aspiring eligible candidates would ideally:
A number of institutes in India offer the course, out of which, some of the top colleges and institutes are listed below, along with the corresponding locations and average annual course fee charged by each.
|NAME OF INSTITUTE||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEES|
|Jai Hind College||Mumbai||INR 20,000 (course)|
|Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies||New Delhi||INR 12,000 (course)|
|Gargi College||New Delhi||INR 8,000 (course)|
|Deen Dayal Upadhyay College||New Delhi||INR 10,000 (course)|
|Sri Guru Govind Singh College of Commerce||New Delhi||INR 9,200 (course)|
|GIBS Business School||Bangalore||INR 83,333 (course)|
|Keshav Mahavidyalaya||New Delhi||INR 14,524 (course)|
|Shivaji College||New Delhi||INR 10,000 (course)|
|New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM)||New Delhi||INR 73,000 (course)|
|Madras Cristian College||Chennai||INR 27,919 (course)|
|VELS University||Chennai||INR 99,400 (course)|
|Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College||New Delhi||INR 8,222 (course0|
|Suresh Gyan Vihar University||Jaipur||INR 77,000 (course)|
|Christ University||Bangalore||INR 1,42,000 (course)|
|National Institute of Management Studies||Bardhaman||Not Mentioned|
|Maharaja Agrasen College||New Delhi||INR 12,000 (course)|
|Sharda College of Management Studies||Mumbai||INR 10,200 (course)|
|AIMS Institute of Management Studies||Pune||INR 8,222 (course)|
|College of Vocational Studies||New Delhi||Not Mentioned|
|SJES College of Management Studies||Bangalore||INR 1,35,000 (course)|
|Lakshmibai College||New Delhi||INR 14,500 (course)|
Listed below are the minimum criteria of eligibility that interested candidates need to fulfill in order to apply for the course.
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Most institutes offering the course admit students based on their performance in a relevant entrance test. Some institutes conduct their own entrance tests for offering admission. Admission process generally varies across colleges. Some even provide direct admission, based on the candidate’s score at the 10+2 level.
However, mostly, admission to the course is made on the basis of the candidate’s performance in a relevant institutional test and subsequent rounds of interview and counselling conducted by the concerned university/institute.
The round of counseling comprises 2 additional rounds of Group Discussionand Personal Interview, wherein the candidate’s general aptitude for the course is tested. A merit listis then released by the institute, allocating seats to the qualifying candidates.
Some such entrance tests conducted by some of the top institutes of the country are as follows:
Tabulated below is a semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus.
|Foundation of Human Skill-l||Foundation of Human Skill-ll|
|Finance and Cost Accounting||Industrial Law|
|Business Law||Computer Application in Business;|
|Quantitative Methods for Business-1||Business Environment|
|Effective Communication-l||Managerial Economics-l|
|Principles of Management-l||Production Management|
|Introduction to Computers||Environmental Management|
|Management Accounting||International Marketing|
|Managerial Economics-2||Elements of Direct and Indirect Taxes|
|Marketing Management||Export-Import Procedures and Documentation|
|Materials Management||Management of Small Scale Industries|
|Effective Communication-2||Productivity and Quality Management|
|Principles of Management- 2||Public Relations Management|
|Management Accounting||International Marketing|
|Human Resource Management||Entrepreneurship|
|Service Sector Management||Quantitative Method of Business-2|
|Financial Management||Marketing Research|
|Elements of Logistics Management||Indian Management Thought and Practices|
|Management of Co-operatives||Econometrics or International Finance (Elective Paper – 1)|
|Rural Marketing||Special Study in Finance or Special Study in Marketing (Elective Paper – 2)|
|Project Work 1||Project Work-2|
Management Studies is a broad field covering areas such as Marketing, HR, Finance, etc., offering eligible candidates diverse job opportunities in business organizations, corporate houses, educational institutes, banks, financial and retailing services, etc.
Upon successful completion of the course, such graduates may even get self-employed, open consultancies, go for entrepreneurial ventures, and can earn an average yearly income ranging between INR 2 and 7 Lacs initially, which would gradually increase with experience and skillset.
Listed below are some of the popular job avenues open to such graduates, along with the corresponding job duties and the corresponding salaries associated with each role.
|JOB PROFILE||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY|
|Business Consultants||They typically specialize in a specific area of business management, such as Healthcare or Human Resource, and apply strong research and analytical skills in the profession, as consultants are often hired to help clients improve or fix upon an area of business.||INR 3 to 8 Lacs|
|Finance Manager||They provide and interpret financial information, monitor, interpret cash flows, predict future trends, analyze finance-related change, and advise organizations accordingly.||INR 3 to 7 Lacs|
|Human Resource Manager||They maintain and manage the Human Resource of the organization by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees, and also counseling and disciplining employees, planning, monitoring, and appraising job results.||INR 2 to 6 Lacs|
|Teacher||They create lesson plans and teach those plans to the entire class, individually to students or in small groups, track student progress, create and reinforce classroom rules, create tests, work with the school administration, and prepare students for standardized tests.||INR 2 to 5 Lacs|
|Researcher||While projects are still in the planning stage, Research Officers and Managers work with team members to identify research methods, project goals, variables, and other test parameters, and also choose how to collect data and offer recommendations on evaluating the project.||INR 2.5 to 7 Lacs|
|Budget Planner||They work with Program and Project Managers to develop the organization's budget, review managers' budget proposals for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with laws and other regulations, and monitor organizational spending to ensure that it is within budget, and such.||INR 3.5 to 6.5 Lacs|
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