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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

Name of the Degree Awarded Duration Entry Level Total Seats
MBA 2 Years Graduation 180

About the Programme

MBA is a two-year full time program affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore and approved by AICTE. It is one of the remarkably valued programme designed to develop the skills required for careers in business and management. The programme offers dual specialization in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Information Technology, Production and Operations Management and Business Analytics. It aims to build future business leaders and managers with the capability to manage an Enterprise along with Entrepreneurship skills to develop new business ideas. .

        Our Offerings

MBA Programme at IIMR is based on extensive Industry Interface through live projects, Expert Lectures from Industry Personnel, Regular Industry Visits and Industrial training. IIMR offers Interactive and Engaging Classroom Sessions in the form of Management games, Case Analysis, Role Plays, Quiz and Live Discussions making learning purposeful and effective. We offer complete repertoire of skills necessary for business development through Skill Improvement Programmes on Excel, Analytics, Digital Marketing, Technical Analysis of Stocks and Stock Trading to name a few. Employability Development Program through modules on Personality development, Language skills and aptitude are extended. Peer Group Learning is promoted by conducting competitions and group activities like team building exercises.

Institute provides assistance for Summer Internships of 30 to 45 days to the students in various industries after first year to provide relevant knowledge, skills, and experience.  Training sessions on leadership and motivation skills from industry experts like Barclays, and on interviewing and negotiation skills are conducted. Dummy Campus Drives are conducted to assist the high end Placement. Student clubs provide opportunity for personal, professional and social development. Mentoring students to provide handholding support and advice on academic matters or any personal difficulties.

PO1: Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills by evaluating and synthesizing information across all functional areas of business in both local and global contexts through projects and case studies.

PO2: Demonstrate an ability to act as a global citizen through community engagement, incorporating financial, social, and environmental context in organizational and business decisions.

PO3: Exhibit ethical, mature, and professional values in their behavior in all decisions and contexts through peer- and self-assessments and observation.

PO4: Integrate technical, digital, and media literacies through applications of current and emerging technologies.

PO5: Communicate professionally, both orally and in writing, to bridge diverse perspectives, cultures, and disciplines, with appropriate audience awareness (sensitivity).

PO6: Apply knowledge of all the functional areas of business using integrated problem-solving skills and strategic analysis to be able to accurately assess the feasibility of business propositions, and develop an integrated plan for a business.

PO7: Apply responsible business practices and ethical principles in analyzing business problems and making informed decisions through case studies, research, and coursework.

PO8: Integrate quantitative and qualitative research processes and methods by defining, analyzing, and solving business problems through cases and research projects.

PO9: Generate creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial solutions to business problems.

PO10: Collaborate effectively as a business leader and team member in various business and cross- cultural contexts using best practices to achieve common goals.

PO11: Adopt an active self-learning mindset to be capable to address future challenges.

PO12: Demonstrate abilities in relationship building, teamwork, and application of management subject matter evaluated by self-reflection, assessment, and projects.

MBA – Semester I

Course: FT101C-Principles and Practices of Management  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understanding of various management concepts functions and practices.

CO2: Understanding of the role of managers.

CO3: Learn about integrating management practices in the work environment.

CO4: Enhance their decision- making through the use of analytical skills of management.

 

Course: FT102C-Quantitative Techniques    

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To prepare students for lifelong learning and successful careers using their mathematical and statistical skills.

CO2: To develop decision making skills pertinent to the practice of mathematics and statistic including the students’ abilities to formulate problems, to think creatively, and to synthesize information.

CO3: To train students thoroughly in methods of analysis and algebra, including the computational skills appropriate for mathematicians to use when solving problems.

CO4: To teach students to use current mathematical and statistical concepts and data analysis techniques for problem solving.

 

Course: FT103C-Accounting for Managers                                                               

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Get acquainted with the basic concept of Finance, Cost, and Management Accounting.

CO2: Prepare financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

CO3: Develop critical thinking skills to analyze financial data as well as the effects of differing financial accounting methods on the financial statements.

CO4: Demonstrate the ability to communicate accounting data effectively, as well as the ability to provide knowledgeable recommendations.

Course: FT104C-IT and E-Business Fundamentals

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand basics of Information Technology and E-Business fundamentals.

CO2: To gain knowledge of Computer fundamentals and applications of MS-Office in business.

CO3: To have awareness of E-business, Cyber security threats and other related issues.

CO4: To learn optimum uses of e-resources like websites, search engines, shopping sites, etc.

Course: FT105C-Business Environment        

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Enable the understanding of business and environment as one and separate entities.

CO2: Learn about different theories, approach style, modes of entry, various government initiatives and International bodies for Practical implication in the Indian context.

CO3: In depth knowledge of economic policies and changes made to them and reforms since independence.

CO4: Integrate business environment principles and strategies into business practices (domestic and international) for growth and sustainability of economic environment.

Course: FT106C-Organizational Behavior                 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Demonstrate an understanding of key terms, theories/ concepts and practices within the field of OB.

CO2: Demonstrate competence in development and problem solving in the area of management.

CO3: Analyze the key issues related to administrating the human elements such as Perception, Learning, Motivation, Leadership, Team Building and others.

CO4: Know the meaning of terminology and tools used in managing employees effectively.

Course: FT107C-Business Communication                 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To effectively communicate at both interpersonal and at organizational levels, with all the stakeholders of the organization.

CO2: To converse effectively in the basic formats, and styles of business writing so that he she will be thoroughly prepared to take part in real-world business situations.

CO3: To respond appropriately in a confident and concise style (oral or written) in a given situation.

C04: To identify and apply effective usage of the requisite skill in a given business set-up.

 

Course: FT108C- Managerial Economics                              

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental managerial concepts and principles including analysis of difference and interrelation between micro and macro economics

CO2: Acquaintance with the necessary analytical tools to analyze decision making by individual consumers and firms such as demand, supply, pricing and resource allocation.

CO3: Understand the economic basis for business characteristics and market imperfections.

CO4: Demonstrate detailed understanding of macroeconomics for management and also new economic policies.

MBA – Semester II

Course: FT201C-Operations Research               

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of principles and applications relevant to the planning, design and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the operations function with the other key functional areas of the firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge and broaden the prospective of the word in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

 

Course: FT202C-Operations Management           

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of principles and applications relevant to the planning, design and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: Understand the interdependence of the operations function with the other key functional areas of the firm.

CO3: Apply analytical skills and problem solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: Increase the knowledge and broaden the prospective of the word in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

Course: FT203C-Entrepreneurship             

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understanding the basics of entrepreneurship and real life issues therein.

CO2: Apply theoretical concepts into practice while facing business problems.

CO3: Contribute in developing reasoning and analytical ability to foster decision making.

CO4: Nurture Entrepreneurship skills and leadership abilities.

 

 

Course: FT204C-Financial Management                             

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the financial management, sources of finance and describe basic financial decisions.

CO2: To analyze the financial statements by using various financial tools and applications of FFS and CFS.

CO3: To describe Leverage, budgeting, cost of capital. Capital structure theories and analysis of the same by applying various techniques.

CO4: To analyze the investment decisions by using various financial tools and understanding of working capital, dividend decision.

 

Course: FT205C-Marketing Management                             

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the dynamics of marketing in Business.

CO2: Relate marketing theories to practical situation.

CO3: Develop unique marketing mix.

CO4: Construct sales plan and professional interactive presentation.

 

Course: FT206C-Human Resource Management             

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Demonstrate an understanding of key terms, theories/concepts and practices within the field of HRM.

CO2: Demonstrate competence in development and problem solving in the area of HR Management.

CO3: Analyze the key issues related the administrating the human elements such as Acquisition, Compensation, Appraisal, Career planning, Training, Global challenges.

CO4: Describe the meaning of terminology and tools used in managing employees effectively.

Course: FT207C-Business Ethics and Indian Ethos in Management      

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the relevance of Indian Ethos for further enrichment of holistic leadership principle and Practices.

CO2: Understand application of several important concepts and framework for moral reasoning to complex business issues.

CO3: Apply Ethics to Business, Management and decision making.

CO4: Provide insights to participants for developing that is socially, environmentally and culturally responsible.

 

Course: FT208C-Business Research Methods

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To provide deeper knowledge and experience in applying commonly used qualitative and quantitative research methods to the research process.

CO2: To refine research questions to meet higher level research objectives/questions.

CO3: To develop data collection instrument according to the underlying theoretical framework.

CO4: To understand the steps of conducting the business research and writing the research report.

MBA – Semester III

Course: FT301C-Supply Chain Management                                  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1:  To understand the distribution of goods and services by logistics management

CO2: To demonstrate the complexity of inter-firm and intra-firm coordination.

CO3: To understand decisions involving the investment in productive resources, configuration of processes, product designs, and development of partnerships with suppliers and channels of distribution.

CO4: To use analytical tools and conceptual frameworks to make decisions in supply chain contexts as well as a better understanding of the major strategic issues and trade-offs that arise in supply chain management.

 

Course: FT302C- Project Management                                

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the Concepts of Project management at the individual, team and organizational level and also Analyze the Team-building skills required to support successful performance.

CO2: Apply practical applications of project management to formulate strategies allowing organizations to achieve strategic goals and give a perspective of leadership effectiveness in organizations.

CO3: Learn to develop a project scope while considering factors such as customer requirements and internal/external goals.

CO4: Develop Critical-thinking and analytical decision-making capabilities to investigate complex business problems to propose project-based solutions.

Course: FT303M- Product and Brand Management 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1. Understand and respond to clients about product management and related strategies.

CO2. Figure out the essential elements of a successful product and manage new product development to meet market needs.

CO3. Develop unique promotional and branding strategies

CO4. Understand Brand Mechanism, Elements of Brands and branding plans.

 

Course: FT304M- Advertising and Digital Marketing 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Identify and respond to clients’ advertising and marketing communications objectives by applying principles of communications.

CO2: Relate theoretical aspects of advertising and digital marketing on practical situation.

CO3: Develop unique promotional and branding strategies.

CO4: Understand digital marketing, emerging trends in digital marketing and ethical issues in adopting globalized digital markets.

Course: FT305M- Sales and Distribution Management 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Identify and respond to clients’ selling and distribution needs.

CO2: Relate theoretical aspects of sale and distribution theories to practical aspects.

CO3: Develop unique sales and distribution strategies.

CO4: Design effective distribution channels.

 

Course: FT303F- Tax Planning and Management 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the basic principles &; provisions of Direct Tax laws & definitions of Previous Year, Assessment Year, Residential Status of Individual with determination.

CO2: To understand the rules to determine the Income from Five heads covered under Income tax act 1961 &Application of such rules.

CO3:  To apply the rules of deduction covered u/s 80 c to 80 U to determine the Total Taxable Income.

CO4: To understand the Provisions of Tax Planning for Non Resident Individual.

Course: FT304F- Indian Financial System 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Describe the role and structure of the Indian financial system and financial markets.

CO2: Understand concepts of financial institutions such as banking & non-banking financial institutions.

CO3: Discuss the role, functions of Regulatory institutions and commercial banks

CO4: Explain the core concept of various financial services.

Course: FT305C-Bank and Insurance Management                              

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Critically understand the core concept and overview of regulatory institutions implications related to banking industry.

CO2: Understand the various banking operations and core concepts of ALM by banks.

CO3: Explain the recent trends in economic through digital banking and discuss various banking frauds.

CO4: Understand the importance of life and non-life insurance in risk management through LIC, GIC and IRDA.

 

Course: FT303H-Industrial Relations and Legislations  

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Acquaint with industrial relations framework in our country.

CO2: Know the importance of the maintenance of industrial peace and efforts to reduce the incidence of strike and lockout.

CO3: Critically examine the provisions in the various industrial Disputes Act, for the prevention and settlement of industrial disputes.

CO4: Learn underlying the disciplinary enquiry for misconduct are to understood in view of acquaint misconduct and procedure to be followed before imposing punishment for misconduct alleged and established.

 

Course: FT304H-Human Resource Development and Audit

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To make the students aware of the various concepts, process and practices of HRD in the present Corporate world.

CO2: To enable the students to work as a catalyst who can enhance cordial work relations in an organization.

CO3: To understand the concept of work-life balance along with their career advancement.

CO4: To develop a holistic approach towards culturally diverse employees.

 

Course: FT305H-Social Psychology

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Initiate understanding of Human Behavior Concepts at work place.

CO2: Enhance creative application of Social Psyche Fundamentals to analyze work efficiency of employees.

CO3: Helps realize significance of Non Verbal Communication in organization.

CO4: Educates and make young minds realize the significance of safety management in organization.

Course: FT303I-Web Design and Technology 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Basic knowledge of front end tools used for web designing.

CO2: Understanding web designing concepts.

CO3: Understanding CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) and different style techniques.

CO4: To understand basic of content management systems.

Course: FT304I- Management Information System 

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the use of information system in Business operations.

CO2: To learn the process and development of Management Information System.

CO3: To create awareness of computer operation of Manual Information System.

CO4: To help in Managerial Decision Making, with the support of Information System.

Course: FT305I- Relational Database Management System using ORACLE

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the basics of Relational Database Management System.

CO2: To manage the data into well-organized manner.

CO3: To learn the concepts of SQL.

CO4: To learn the concept of centralize database using data mining and data warehousing.

Course: FT303P- Technology Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and applications relevant to the planning, design, and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the operations function with other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge and broaden the perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

Course: FT304P- Production Innovation and Operations Planning

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To provide students an in-depth understanding of innovation and new product development using a management framework.

CO2: It focuses on how to create value and growth through innovation in new and existing markets.

CO3: Students will explore the concepts, methods and tools on how to organize and manage innovation process with the objective to better control cost and risk, examine the process of developing new products and many of the new product management issues faced by companies.

CO4: Students will learn to understand how firms can improve the way they manage their innovation processes to develop new products and services and keep abreast of the most recent developments in the innovation field.

Course: FT305P- Purchase and Material Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and applications relevant to the planning, design, and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the operations function with other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge and broaden the perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

Course: FT303B- Introduction to Business Analytics

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and applications relevant to the planning, design, and application of analytics in various business domain.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the analytics function with the other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the business decision problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge, and broaden the perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business analytics.

Course: FT304B- Predictive Modeling

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Toapply the knowledge and tools of predictive analytics to real-life applications.

CO2: To understand the practical applications of predictive modeling from science to Business.

CO3: To understand the theory behind predictive modeling, types of predictive models, key steps of model creation and evaluation.

CO4: To know how to implement different types of models in the R/Python programming language.

Course: FT305B- Statistical Programming in R

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To Install, Code and Use R Programming Language in R Studio IDE to perform basic tasks on Vectors, Matrices and Data frames key terminologies and describe the key concepts and techniques employed in Statistical Analysis.

CO2: To learn and implement the concept of data visualization in R.

CO3: To define, calculate, Implement Probability and Probability Distributions to solve a wide variety of problems

CO4: To conduct and interpret a variety of Hypothesis Tests to aid Decision Making.

MBA- Semester IV

Course: FT401C- Business Legislation

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand the legal system, in which a business functions.

CO2: Develop an understanding of relationship of various laws and economic activities, application of business laws in business activities.

CO3: Develop an understanding of application of business laws in business activities.

CO4: Develop a sense of ethical viewpoint towards business laws and legislation in conduct of economic activities.

Course: FT402C- Strategic Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Gain knowledge of various functional areas and other aspects of management.

CO2: Understand the concepts and tools that support strategic management in organizations is developed.

CO3: Apply the concepts to analyze strategies issues in organizations and to develop strategies.

CO4: Develop knowledge of framework and concepts related to strategy, formation strategic changes and strategic innovations.

Course: FT403M- International Marketing      

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply basic international marketing theories and concepts to understand the

environment.

CO2: Understand International environment in order to develop appropriate international marketing objectives and strategies.

CO3: Develop unique international marketing plans.

CO4: Design and implement effective market access strategies.

Course: FT404M- Service and Retail Marketing

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply basic service and retail marketing theories and concepts to understand the market.

CO2: Understand service and retail environment in order to develop appropriate objectives and strategies.

CO3: Analyze the marketing mix and design unique service and retail marketing plan.

CO4: Manage service and retail marketing, quality and productivity.

Course: FT405M- Consumer Behavior and Rural Marketing

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Apply basic rural marketing theories and concepts of consumer behavior to understand the market.

CO2: Understand rural environment and consumer behavior in order to develop appropriate objectives and strategies.

CO3: Develop unique rural marketing plans.

CO4: Design and implement effective rural marketing strategies after understanding consumer behavior.

Course: FT403F- International Finance

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Understand structure of international Foreign Exchange market.

CO2: Describe the various currency arrangements a country may adopt.

CO3: Identify opportunities for arbitrage and discuss methods to exploit these opportunities.

CO4: Evaluate cross-border investment opportunities, and describe a multinational firm’s decision-making process for long-term capital budgeting, short-term cash-flow management, and the management of foreign operations.

Course: FT404F- Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Describe the basic characteristics of derivatives market.

CO2: Describe the uses of derivatives by hedgers, speculators and arbitrageurs.

CO3: Define and describe the traded and over-the-counter derivative contracts on different underlying assets.

CO4: Describe and use the different models used for pricing derivatives and used of various strategies.

Course: FT405F- Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Describe the basic characteristics investment and its types.

CO2: Understand the risk and return concept and valuation of securities.

CO3: Analyze securities by using various tools and technique.

CO4: Apply theories and practices of portfolio management and create optimal portfolios using various portfolio optimization techniques.

Course: FT403H- Compensation Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To help them analyze current trends in compensation management.

CO2: To acquire an understanding of theoretical concepts and its practical applicability.

CO3: To create a successful link between organizational goals, performance and compensation.

CO4: To have knowledge about laws related to compensation.

Course: FT404H- Training and Development

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To enable students understand the concepts, principles and process of training and development.

CO2: To develop an understanding of how to access training needs and design training programs in an organizational setting.

CO3: To familiarize students with the levels, tools and techniques involved in evaluation of training effectiveness.

CO4: The endeavor is also to provide, as far as possible. Hands on learning experience related to training.

Course: FT405H- Organizational Development

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To learn methods and techniques to improve the organizations and individual capacity to handle its internal and external functioning and relationship.

CO2: To offer insights into organization design, development and delivery of OD programs to improved interpersonal and group processes.

CO3: To acquaint the students learning organizational improvement strategy to have more effective communication and enhanced ability to cope with organizational problems of all kinds.

CO4: To acquaint the students learning integrated framework capable of solving most of the important problems confronting the human side of the organizations.

Course: FT403I- Operating System and their Utilities

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand functionality of Operating System.

CO2: To understand the working of UNIX operating system.

CO3: To understand the problems of concurrent processes of operating system.

CO4: To understand basics of File organization in operating systems.

Course: FT404I- PHP Programming and JAVA Script

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Know the basic concepts of PHP programming language.

CO2: Understand the working of various control structures used in PHP programming.

CO3: Understand the concepts of functions in PHP programming.

CO4: Gain basic Knowledge of advance PHP techniques and JavaScript.

Course: FT405I- Mobile Computing and its Applications

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Gain basic knowledge of Mobile Computing and its applications.

CO2: Understanding concept of mobile internet protocols.

CO3: Gain knowledge of mobile telecommunication system.

CO4: To understand basics of mobile operating systems.

Course: FT403P- Logistics Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To understand the core concept of Logistics and Integrated Logistics.

CO2: To demonstrate the Logistical Packaging and transportation services.

CO3: Developing the conceptual understanding of Logistics Outsourcing, Logistics Information System and Supply Chain Management.

CO4: To develop the skills to learn the concepts of E- Commerce Logistics.

Course: FT404P- Total Quality Management

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and applications relevant to the planning, design, and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the operations function with the other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge, and broaden the perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

Course: FT405P- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and applications relevant to the planning, design, and operations of manufacturing/service firms.

CO2: To understand the interdependence of the operations function with the other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem-solving tools to the analysis of the operations problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge, and broaden the perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business operations.

Course: FT403B– Data Visualization for Managers

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Describe the importance of data visualization for business intelligence and Decision-making.

CO2: Design effective data visualizations in order to provide new insights into a research question or communicate information to the viewer.

CO3: Find and select appropriate data that can be used in order to create a visualization that answers a particular research question.

CO4: Use data visuals to convey distributions, relationships and trends in data over

time.

Course: FT404B- Spreadsheet Modeling       

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: Acquire basic knowledge of commonly used analytic tools in processing

quantitative information and making quantitative business decisions

CO2: Recognize and formulate business problems in Excel spreadsheets

CO3: Use the techniques from other courses – accounting, statistics, management

science, economics – to effectively evaluate and solve excel spreadsheet models.

CO4: Demonstrate the principles of a good spreadsheet design and effectively present

the analysis and results.

Course: FT405B- Applications of Modeling in Business

Course Outcomes (COs):

CO1: To gain an understanding and appreciation of the principles and application relevant to the planning, design and applications of analytics in various business domains.

CO2: To understand interdependence of the analytical functions with other key functional areas of a firm.

CO3: To apply analytical skills and problem solving tools to the analysis of the Business decision problems.

CO4: To increase the knowledge and broaden perspective of the world in which you will contribute your talents and leadership in business analytics.

Career Prospects

MBA programme provide immense opportunities in almost all streams like Marketing Finance, Human Resource, Information Technology, Business Analytics and Production /Operations. The students can also opt for various avenues like Research Analyst, Edu-Tech, Consulting Practices, Banking, Non- Banking Financial Institution, Insurance Companies, FMCG, Multinational Companies, IT sector Industries, Manufacturing organization, Advertising Agency etc.

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