MBA


  
Comprehensive Regular MBA (2 Years)

This program has been exclusively carved for the enthusiastic fresh graduates who are committed to learn, grow and make a difference not just for themselves but also for the society at large.

Comprehensive Regular MBA at IB&MS is ideal for the students willing to be equipped with all the advanced knowledge, Exposures, Behavior, Attitude, and Skills required for a crucial management position in Banks, Insurance Companies, Multinational Companies, and INGOs.
Provider                                        :  IB&MS, School of Regular Learning
Type of University Affiliation    :  Institutional Partnership
                                                          Center for Participatory Program (CPP)


Program Aims and Objectives
The Comprehensive Regular MBA Program at IB&MS aims to inculcate the virtues, including but not limited to the following:
·         Research Based, Self Reliant, and Market Oriented Dynamic Professionals;
·         Leadership Skills for Young Professionals;
·         Groom Learning Professionals to develop creativity and entrepreneurship;
·         Develop competence to Interface Theory and Practice;
·         Organizational and Business Skills to meet the need of various ranges of Corporate Organizations, Development Organizations, and Government Organizations; and
·         Refine and Groom the Advanced Knowledge, Exposures, Behavior, Attitude, and Skills.

Program Outputs
Intellectual Entrepreneur, Innovative Professional and Insightful Leader equipped with the advanced Knowledge, Exposures, Behavior, Attitude, and Skills.

Eligibility Criteria
·         Minimum Second Division in +2 and Bachelors Level Examination (in any faculty); and
·         Passed the Entrance Examination, Interview, and Group Discussion conducted by the college.

Other Pertinent Details
·         Credit Hour                        : 100
                                                       (Consisting of 200 Lecture Hours, Class Room Coaching and Research, Grooming, and Practical Exposures each semester)
·         Grading System                : CGPA
·         Duration                              : 2 Years
·         Shift                                      : Morning Shift
                                                        (Day and Evening Shift shall be arranged if the number of students willing to study in that particular shift reaches 20 or more.)

College Fees
·         On Lump sum Payment Basis     :               NPR. 175,000
·         Monthly Payment Basis                 :               NPR. 8,500 per month

Structure of the Program
Initiatives aimed at achieving overall development of the Students 

·         2 Year’s Regular Rigorous Classes
·         Case Studies/Research
·         Corporate Visit/Exposure
·         Guest Speakers (Leaders and Pioneers of the Various Sectors)
·         Overall Personality Development Programs
·         Sports Events
·         Job Placement Grooming and Placement Readiness Program

Basis of Internal Evaluation (25 Marks in each subject)
·       Classroom Performance
o   Discipline,
o   Attendance,
o   Dedication,
o   Participation,
o   Involvement, and
o   Commitment
·         Performance in internal examinations; 
·         Performance in extra-curricular activities;
·         Performance in co-curricular activities;
·         Grooming Growth Rating by the Key Regular Faculty Member, Chief Advisors, and the Placement Officer

 
ACADEMIC SYLLABUS 
 
FINANCE
SEMESTER – III
SEMESTER – IV
3.1. International Business
4.1. Strategic Management : Indian Global Context
3.2. Management Information System
4.2. Strategic Cost Management
3.3. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
4.3. Derivatives Management
3.4. Management of Financial Services
4.4. Project Management
3.5. International Financial Management
4.5. Working Capital Management
3.6. Principles of Insurance Management
 
3.7. Summer Placement Project Report & Viva-Voce
 
MARKETING
SEMESTER – III
SEMESTER – IV
3.1. International Business
4.1. Strategic Management : Indian Global Context
3.2. Management Information System
4.2. Brand Management
3.3. Sales and Distribution Management
4.3. Rural Marketing
3.4. Promotion Management
4.4. Services Marketing
3.5. Export Management
4.5. Marketing Research
3.6.  Consumer Behaviour
 
3.7. Summer Placement Project Report & Viva-Voce
 
HUMAN RESOURCE
SEMESTER – III
SEMESTER – IV
3.1. International Business
4.1. Strategic Management : Indian Global Context
3.2. Management Information System
4.2. Organizational Development
3.3. Principles of Management
4.3. Human Resource Development
3.4.   Introduction to Human Resource Management
4.4. Employee Relations and Welfare Measures
3.5.   Human Resource Development and Planning
4.5. Strategic Human Resource Management
3.6. Business Communication
 
3.7. Summer Placement Project Report & Viva-Voce
 
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER III
SEMESTER IV
3.1. Business Ethics and Global Business Environment
4.1. Strategic Management : Indian Global Context
3.2. Management Information System
4.2. International Business
3.3. Software Project Management
4.3. Enterprise Resource Planning
3.4. Database Management Systems
4.4. Data Warehousing and Data Mining
3.5. Information Technology Applications
4.5. Knowledge Management and Information Systems
3.6. Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce)
 
3.7. Summer Placement Project Report & Viva-Voce
 
GENERAL MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER III
SEMESTER IV
3.1 Business Ethics And Global Business Environment
4.1. Strategic Management : Indian Global Context
3.2 Management Information System
4.2 Organizational Development
3.3 Consumer Behaviour
4.3Principles Of Insurance
3.4 Enterpreneur Development
4.4 Service Marketing
3.5 Financial Services
4.5 Successful Business Plan
3.6 Performance Management
 
3.7. Summer Placement Project Report & Viva-Voce