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Duration

2 years

4 Semesters

13

Level

Postgraduate

Programme

about program

About Programme

BNM Institute of Technology invites aspirants to be a part of its MBA programme for an intensive Personal and Professional Transformation that prepares them for the challenges of the Corporate World. Situated in the IT capital of India, Bangalore, BNMIT – MBA program is one of the top Ranking B – schools in Karnataka affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University.

MBA programme under VTU aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge and managerial skills to occupy positions of management and administration in business, industry, public system and the government. The course helps students understand business management concepts and their applications in the domestic and global business setting.

program-overview

Programme Overview

PEO 1 – The students will be equipped with relevant functional knowledge, skills and positive attitude fit enough to be competent Managers  and Entrepreneurs of repute.

PEO 2 – The students will be able to exhibit their innovative thinking, capability for continuous learning and adaptability to change that will lead to professional enrichment.

PEO 3 –The students will be committed to ethical and environmentally conscious behaviors as efficacious managers and entrepreneurs.

  • Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.
  • Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.
  • Ability to develop value based leadership ability.
  • Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business.
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.
  • Ability to apply research as a means to provide business solutions in a dynamic environment
  • Foster entrepreneurship qualities that encourage calculated risk taking ability.

Any Graduate from a recognized university with 50% aggregate marks. Final year students, awaiting for  results can also apply

Placements:

BNMIT provides excellent placement assistance for eligible candidates. To make sure that the candidates match the company requirements, appropriate training is provided on various areas such as Analytics, Digital Marketing, SAP or any other certification courses as per growing industrial trends. The recruiting partners of BNMIT  include several Multinational and Domestic companies who absorb students for various roles such as Team leader, HR, Business Development, Finance and Accounts, BFSI, Project Management and many more. The salary package as per the previous records ranges between 3 Lakhs per Annum to 12 Lakhs Per Annum.

Entrepreneurship Guidance:

Entrepreneurship workshops are conducted to help the students develop an entrepreneurial mind set. Many of our alumni have taken this benefit and are running their own ventures successfully. A fully functioning Entrepreneurship Cell on campus guides the students on every step and helps their dream venture turn into a reality.

why bnmit

Why BNMIT for this course ?

• State of the Art Infrastructure
• Vibrant Lush green landscaped Campus
• Doctor on Campus
• Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculty
• Technology driven Best Practices in Teaching- Learning process
• Digital Library with Free Subscription to E-journals and E-learning Experience
• Extraordinary Skill Additions by Experts and Industry Stalwarts
• Faculty Development Program to keep the Knowledge of the Staff Abreast
  • Community Support Program
  • Teaching through Research
  • Professional Development Activities beyond Academics
  • A Well-equipped Multi-specialty Gymnasium
  • Strong Encouragement for Cultural Activities
  • Expert Coaching for Sports Achievements
  • Professional Mentoring and Counseling Facilities
  • Environmental Awareness and Conservation through Nature Club
  • Team Building through Adventure Sports and other Allied Activities
  • Exclusive Training for Campus Recruitment
  • Collaboration with Coursera to offer Free Online Courses for Certification and Skill Development
ICON 1

Programme Curriculum

SEMESTER 1
 

 

Sl. No

 

Course

 

 

 

Course Code

 

 

 

Course Title

Teaching Hours /WeekExamination 

Credits

 

Theory

 

Practical component

Duration in hours 

CIE Marks

SEE MarksTotal Marks
1PCC20MBA11Management & Organizational

Behavior

03020340601004
2PCC20MBA12Managerial Economics03020340601004
3PCC20MBA13Accounting for Managers03020340601004
4PCC20MBA14Business Statistics03020340601004
5PCC20MBA15Marketing Management03020340601004
6PCC20MBA16Managerial Communication03020340601004
TOTAL18121824036060024

Note:

PCC: Professional Core Course

Practical /Field Work / Assignment are part of contact hours for the faculty and must be considered in the workload. Four credit courses are designed for   50 hours Teaching                                                                                                              Learning process.

Note:

1.   Each course has a theory component of 3 hrs (3 credits) and a practical component of 2 hrs (1 credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5 hrs (3+2). For the practical component it is mandatory to maintain a record.

2.   20% of marks should be allocated for application oriented questions in the Semester End Examination (SEE)

question paper based on practical component.

3.          Each course content has indicative case studies which can be dealt in the class by the course instructor. In addition to   this the course instructor may use an extra case from Harvard/Case Center. The student cannot assume the same cases will be part of the SEE question paper.

4.   One industrial visit per semester is mandatory.  The  department shall insist on report submission by each student and  shall maintain this as a documentary proof. The format of the report shall be prescribed by the department.

5.   Students and course instructor/s to involve either individually or in groups to interact together to enhance the learning and application skills.

6.   Practical component:

Students should interact with industry (small, medium and large) to understand their problems or foresee what can be undertaken for study in the form of research/ testing / projects and for creative and innovative methods for guidance  and to solve the identified problem.

7.   The students shall

(a)   Gain confidence in modeling of management systems.

(b)   Work on different software/s (tools) to simulate, analyse and authenticate the output to interpret and conclude.

(c)   Involve in case studies and field visits/ field work.

(d)   Accustom with the use of standards to narrow the gap between academia and industry.

 -employment opportunity, management

skills, statistical analysis, fiscal expertise etc.

SEMESTER 2
 

 

Sl. No

 

Course

 

 

 

Course Code

 

 

Course Title

Teaching Hours /WeekExamination 

Credits

 

 

Theory

 

Practical Component

Duration in hours 

CIE Marks

SEE Marks 

Total Marks

1PCC20MBA21Human Resource Management03020340601004
2PCC20MBA22Financial Management03020340601004
3PCC20MBA23Research Methodology03020340601004
4PCC20MBA24Operations Research03020340601004
5PCC20MBA25Strategic Management03020340601004
6PCC20MBA26Entrepreneurship & Legal

Aspects

03020340601004
TOTAL18121824036060024
Note:

PCC: Professional Core Course

Practical /Field Work / Assignment are part of contact hours for the faculty and must be considered in the workload. Four credit courses are designed for   50 hours Teaching     Learning process.

Note:

1.   Each course has a theory component of 3 hrs (3 credits) and a practical component of 2 hrs (1 credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5 hrs (3+2). For the practical component it is mandatory to maintain a practical record.

2.     20% of marks should be allocated for application oriented questions in the SEE Question Paper, based on practical component.

3.   Each course content  has indicative case studies which can be dealt in the class by the course instructor. In addition    to this the course instructor may use an extra case from Harvard/Case Center. The student cannot assume the same cases will be part of the question paper.

4.   One industrial visit per semester is mandatory. The department shall insist on report submission by each student and shall maintain this as a documentary proof. The format of the report shall be prescribed by the department.

5.   Internship (four weeks) to be carried out by students after second semester during vacation and the report submitted by the students be assessed internally during the third semester.

SEMESTER 3 (Core Courses and Specialization Courses)
 

 

Sl. No

 

Course

Course CodeTeaching Hours /WeekExamination 

Credits

 

 

Marketing

 

 

Finance

 

 

Human Resource

 

 

Theory

 

Practical Component

Duration in hours 

CIE Marks

SEE Marks 

Total Marks

1PCC20MBA301*20MBA301*20MBA301*03020340601004
2PCC20MBA302*20MBA302*20MBA302*03020340601004
3PEC20MBAMM30320MBAFM30320MBAHR30303020340601004
4PEC20MBAMM30420MBAFM30420MBAHR30403020340601004
5PEC20MBAMM30520MBAFM30520MBAHR30503020340601004
6PEC20MBAMM30620MBAFM30620MBAHR30603020340601004
7PCC20MBA IN 30720MBA IN 30720MBA IN 3070840601004
TOTAL18201828042070028

Note:

PCC: Professional Core Course, PEC: Professional Elective Course.

Practical /Field Work / Assignment are part of contact hours for the faculty and must be considered in the workload. Four credit courses are designed for 50  hours Teaching      Learning process.

* Interdisciplinary Core Courses may be taught by engineering faculty/subject expert.

Note:

1.          Each course has a theory component of 3 hrs (3 credits) and a Practical component of 2 hrs (1 credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5 hrs (3+2). For the practical component it is mandatory to maintain a practical record.

2.            20% of marks should be allocated for application oriented questions in the SEE Question Paper, based on practical component.

3.          One industrial visit per Semester is mandatory. The Department shall insist on report submission by each student and shall maintain this as a documentary proof. The format of the report shall be prescribed by the department.

4.          Each course content has indicative case studies which can be dealt in the class by the course instructor. In addition to this the course instructor may use an extra case from Harvard/Case Center. The student cannot assume the same cases will be part of the question paper.

5. Project (six weeks) to be carried out by students after third semester and the report submitted by the students during the fourth semester.

 SEMESTER 4(Specialization Courses)
 

 

Sl

. N

o

 

Course

Specialization Courses 

Teaching Hours /Week

 

Examination

 

Credits

 

 

Marketing

 

 

Finance

 

 

Human Resource

 

 

Theory

 

Practical Component

Duration in hours 

CIE Marks

SEE Marks 

Total Marks

1PEC20MBAMM40120MBAFM40120MBAHR401030340601003
2PEC20MBAMM40220MBAFM40220MBAHR402030340601003
3PEC20MBAMM40320MBAFM40320MBAHR403030340601003
4PEC20MBAMM40420MBAFM40420MBAHR404030340601003
5PEC20MBAMM40520MBAFM40520MBAHR405030340601003
6PEC20MBAMM40620MBAFM40620MBAHR406030340601003
7PCC20MBAPR40720MBAPR40720MBAPR4071240601006
TOTAL18121828042070024
Note:

PEC: Professional Elective Course.

Practical /Field Work / Assignment are part of contact hours for the faculty and must be considered in the workload. Three credit courses are designed for 40  hours Teaching    Learning process.

Note:

1.     Each Course has a theory component of 3 hrs (3 credits). The Time-Table allotment for each course should be 3 hrs.

2.20% of marks should be allocated for application oriented questions in the SEE Question Paper, based on practical component.

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