Curriculum Designs

In designing the curriculum structure (and schedule), we have kept the following factors in mind :
Management is an inter-disciplinary, applied field that draws heavily on principles, concepts and terminologies from basic disciplines. An understanding of these disciplines provides the professional with scientifically valid concepts and principles, a mode of scientific enquiry and an awareness of the consequences of one’s actions. These basic disciplines thus form the `Foundation’ of management.
2. There are certain `Core’ processes within the organization that require basic knowledge of how people perform work and use information for decision-making and how organisations make choices in the context of environmental factors.
The knowledge of business functions is necessary for decision-making and problem solving. These are called `Applied’ subjects, which are in turn classified as `Functional’ and `Integrative’. Functional subjects help students to understand processes in Finance, Marketing, Operations, Human Resources and International Trade. The integrative subjects help students look at all aspects of management processes in the whole organization system, to enable corporate strategies to be devised
Forces outside the direct control of the organisation, but having an impact on the organisation, are categorised as `Environmental’ subjects. At this level, issues relating to the individual outside the organisation are also included.

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