1st SEMESTER

 

 

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Course

 

 

 

Course Code

 

 

 

Course Title

Teaching Hours /WeekExamination

 

Credits

 

Theory

 

Practical component

Duration in hours

 

CIE Marks

SEE MarksTotal Marks
1PCC20MBA11

Management & 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 3hrs (3credits) and a practical component of 2hrs (1credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5hrs (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 Centre. 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 a  nd  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.

 

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
2nd SEMESTER

 

 

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
6PCC20MBA26

Entrepreneurship & 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 3hrs (3credits) and a practical component of 2hrs (1credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5hrs (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 Centre. 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.

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
SEMESTER 3 (Core Courses and Specialisation 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 3hrs (3credits) and a Practical component of 2hrs (1credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5hrs (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 Centre. 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.

 

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
III SEMESTER(Core Courses and Specialisation 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 3hrs (3credits) and a Practical component of 2hrs (1credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5hrs (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 Centre. 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.

 

 

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
III SEMESTER (Core Courses and Dual Specialisation)

 

 

Sl. No

 

Course

Course CodeTeaching Hours /WeekExamination

 

Credits

 

Marketing & Finance

 

Finance& Human Resource

 

Human Resource & Marketing

 

 

Theory

 

Practical Component

Duration in hours

 

CIE Marks

SEE Marks

 

Total Marks

1PCC20MBA301*20MBA301*20MBA301*03020340601004
2PCC20MBA302*20MBA302*20MBA302*03020340601004
3PEC20MBAMM30320MBAFM30320MBAHR30303020340601004
4PEC20MBAMM30420MBAFM30420MBAHR30403020340601004
5PEC20MBAFM30320MBAHR30320MBAMM30303020340601004
6PEC20MBAFM30420MBAHR30420MBAMM30403020340601004
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 3hrs (3credits) and a practical component of 2hrs (1credit). The time-table allotment for each course should be 5hrs (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 Centre. The student cannot assume the same cases be part of the question paper.

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

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)

 

III SEMESTER

Core Courses

Subject Code

Title of the

Subject

Subject Code

Title of the

Subject

Subject Code

Title of the

Subject

 

20MBA301

Emerging

Exponential Technologies

 

20MBA301

Emerging

Exponential Technologies

 

20MBA301

Emerging

Exponential Technologies

 

20MBA302

Technology &

Operational Strategy

 

20MBA302

Technology &

Operational Strategy

 

20MBA302

Technology &

Operational Strategy

Specialisation Courses
Marketing Professional Elective CoursesFinance Professional Elective CoursesHuman Professional Elective Courses
Subject CodeTitle of the SubjectSubject CodeTitle of the SubjectSubject CodeTitle of the Subject
20MBAMM303

Services

Marketing

20MBAFM 303

Investment

Management

20MBAHR303

Recruitment &

Selection

20MBAMM304Marketing Research & Analytics20MBAFM304Direct Taxation20MBAHR304Human Resource Analytics
20MBAMM305Consumer Behaviour20MBAFM305

Banking and Financial

Services

20MBAHR305

Industrial Relations and

Labour Laws

20MBAMM306Retail Management20MBAFM306

Advanced

Financial Management

20MBAHR306Compensation & Reward System
20MBAIN307Internship20MBAIN307Internship20MBAIN307Internship

 

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
IV SEMESTER (Specialisation Courses)

 

 

Sl

. N

o

 

Course

Specialisation 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 3hrs (3credits). The Time-Table allotment for each course should be 3hrs.

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

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELAGAVI
Scheme of Teaching and Examinations 2020 – 21
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education(OBE)
IV SEMESTER(Dual Specialisation)

 

 

Sl. No

 

Course

 

Subject Code

Teaching Hours /WeekExamination

 

Credits

Marketing & FinanceFinance& Human ResourceHuman Resource & Marketing

 

 

Theory

 

Practical Component

Duration in hours

 

CIE Marks

SEE Marks

 

Total Marks

1PEC20MBAMM40120MBAFM40120MBAHR401030340601003
2PEC20MBAMM40220MBAFM40220MBAHR402030340601003
3PEC20MBAMM40320MBAFM40320MBAHR403030340601003
4PEC20MBAFM40120MBAHR40120MBAMM401030340601003
5PEC20MBAFM40220MBAHR40220MBAMM402030340601003
6PEC20MBAFM40320MBAHR40320MBAMM403030340601003
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 3hrs (3credits). The Time-Table allotment for each course should be 3hrs.

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

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