Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.) Program (Click here for eligibility conditions)

The College started offering the BMS Program in the academic year 1999-2000. Students from arts, commerce and science streams are eligible to take admission to the BMS Program. The program is for students who have an aptitude for and interest in management studies. The College has one division with an intake capacity of 60 seats each in the first, second and third years of the Program. Students earn total Credits of 120 on successful completion of the Program.

The Courses that are part of the curriculum prescribed by the University and offered by the College: (Click here for the syllabus of semester I & II and the scheme of evaluation)

(It includes Semester V and VI also but please ignore it)
First Year  B.M.S.  
Sr. No: Semester I Credits Semester II Credits
1 Introduction to Financial Accounts 03 Principles of Marketing 03
2  Business Law 03 Industrial Law 03
3 Business Statistics 03 Business Mathematics 03
  Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC)  
4 Business Communication-I 03 Business Communication-II 03
  Skill Enhancement Course  
5 Foundation Course – I 02  Foundation Course – II 02
   Core Courses (CC)  
6 Foundation of Human Skills 03  Business Environment 03
7 Business Economics – I 03 Principles of Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Total Credits in the First Year 40

 

 

(Click here for the syllabus of semester III & IV and the scheme of evaluation)

Second Year  B.M.S.  
Sr. No: Semester III Credits Semester IV Credits
  Elective Courses: Students have to opt for any of the Groups  
  Group A: Finance Electives  
1 Introduction to Cost Accounting 03 Financial Institutions & Markets 03
2 Corporate Finance 03 Strategic Cost Management 03
  Group B: Marketing Electives  
1 Consumer Behaviour 03 Integrated Marketing Communication 03
2 Advertising 03 Rural Marketing 03
  Group C: Human Resource Electives  
1 Recruitment & Selection 03 Human Resource Planning & Information System 03
2 Organisation Behaviour & HRM 03 Training & Development in HRM 03
  Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC)  
3 Information Technology in Business Management I 03 Information Technology in Business Management II 03
  Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)  
4 Foundation course –

(Environmental Management) – III

02 Foundation Course – (Ethics & Governance) – IV 02
   Core Courses (CC)  
5

 

Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management 03 Business Economics – II 03
6 Accounting for Managerial Decisions 03 Business Research Methods 03
7 Strategic Management 03 Production & Total Quality Management 03
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Total Credits in the Second Year 40

 
(Click here for the syllabus of semester V & VI and the scheme of evaluation)

Third Year  B.M.S.  
Sr. No: Semester V Credits Semester VI Credits
Elective Courses (EC): Any one of the Groups*
Group A: Finance Electives  
1 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 03 International Finance

 

03
2 Commodity and Derivatives Market 03  Innovative Financial Services 03
3  Wealth Management 03  Project Management 03
4  Direct Taxes 03  Indirect Taxes 03
Group B: Marketing Electives  
1  Service Marketing 03 Brand Management 03
2  E – Commerce and Digital Marketing 03 Retail Management

 

03
3  Sales and Distribution Management 03  International Marketing 03
4 Customer Relationship Management 03 Media Planning and Management 03
Group C: Human Resource Electives  
1 Strategic Human Resource Management and HR Policies

 

03 HRM in Global Perspective 03
2 Performance Management and Career Planning 03 Organisational Development 03
3 Talent & Competency Management 03 HRM in Services Sector Management 03
4  Stress Management 03 Work-force Diversity 03
Core Course (CC)  
5 Logistics and Supply Chain Management 04 Operation Research 04
Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)  
6 Corporate Communication & Public Relations 04 Project Work 04
Total Credits 20 Total Credits 20
Total Credits in the Third Year 40

*In the Third Year, students must continue with the same Group that they had opted for in the Second Year of the Program