Master Of Business Administration (MBA)


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The Department of Business Administration was established in the year 2009. Currently, the department is offering Master of Business Administration (MBA) full-time Post- Graduate Program affiliated to RTMNU under the specialization of Finance, Marketing ,Operations and Human Resource Management and sanctioned intake is 60 seats We, at JIT strive to meet the growing requirements of updated management education with innovation and constructive approach. Programme provide a good blend of theoretical knowledge coupled with practical results-oriented training. The Department has a dedicated Training and Placement Cell with good placement ratio of students through multinational companies like Axis Bank, Goel Ganga, TGN, Tata Consultancy Services, etc.

Vision & Mission


To be an eminent business school through academic excellence, envisaging transformational ideas for societal development.


  1. To produce efficient managers who are not only equipped with Managerial skills but also possess sense of social responsibility to uplift the organizations and society.
  2. To provide an integrated learning environment and opportunities for students to master the skills and knowledge necessary for effective participation and management of modern organizations.
  3. To inculcate communication skill, team spirit, ethics, leadership and decision making skills among students.

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  • Faculty Publications

S.No Title of the paper /Title of the book/chapters published Title of the proceedings of the conference Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding Name of the publisher
1 Value Based Engineering Education : Need for Development of employability Skills Required by Employers SANSHODHAN (UGC JOURNAL) 2018 2249-8567 Dr. Swati Rahate
2 Value Based Engineering Education : Need for Development of employability Skills Required by Employers SANSHODHAN (UGC JOURNAL) 2018 2249-8567 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
3 Gold Saving Scheme: An unusual way of investing in Gold thrust on Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme (SGBs) journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research 2018 ISSN: 2349-5162 Amar G. Satijani
4 Study of value based engineering education as an Imperative factor in personality development of student International Conference on Science Engineering for sustainable development 2017 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
5 Study of Value Based Engineering Education as a imperative factor in personality development of student with reference to engineering colleges in Nagpur International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable development 2017 ISSN 2455-7773 Prof Swati Rahate
6 COMPANY LAW by mahesh chopde 2017 ISBN -978 -93 -5163 -615 -1 Thakur Publishers
Prof Mahesh Chopade
7 Working capital Structures and Liquiduty Analysis : An Empirical Research on Steel Manufacturing Industry in India Intercontinental Journal of Finance Research Review 2017 ISSN : 2321 – 0354 Dr. Smita Rao
8 Self Help Group – Bank Linkage : A Model for Empowering Women with Special Reference to Kshetriya Gramin Banks in Mahakaushal Region of Madhya Pradesh Abhinav National Monthly Refereed Journal of Research in Commerce and Management 2017 ISSN : 2277 – 1166 Dr. Smita Rao
9 E governance in India Challenges and Road Ahead Vishleshan International Journal for Engineering and Management 2017 2455-524X Prof Chitra Gidwani
10 Implication of Training in Manufacturing Unit : Thrust on Retention of Workforce,Himalaya Publishing House Pvt.Ltd., 159-164,. International Conference on “ Global Business Environment Affecting Indian Corporate” 2016 ISBN:978-93-5097-373-8 Prof Swati Rahate
11 Implication of Quality work life: Thrust on employee Retention International Journal of Research in IT & Management (IJRIM) 2016 ISSN(o):2231-4334, ISSN(p):2349-6517 Prof Swati Rahate
12 Implication of quality workforce in Industrial Sector International conference on “Demographic Dividend” 2016 Prof Swati Rahate
13 Implicatoins of students performance in apptitude test : Thrust on Engineering Career International Conference on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development 2016 ISSN No. 2455-7773 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
14 “Algorithm trading-a boon or curse to capital market for tomorrow” International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing,  2016, Impact Factor: 5.861 2016 ISSN(o): 2231-5985 Prof Shreya Sharma
15 “ICT in Enhancing Effectiveness of Training Programmes in Organizations: Some Evidences”, International Conference on, “Globe Unified-Role of ICT-2015” 2015 ISBN-978-81-910118-9-0 Prof Swati Rahate
16 “Role of ICT on growth of Capital market, Thrust on Indian & US Capital Market” Globe Unified:Role of ICT-2015,Pg No. 323 International Conference held at Sinhgad Institute of Management,Pune 2015 ISBN:978-81-910118-9-0 Prof Shreya Sharma
17 “Issues & Challenges of Capital market for tomorrow with the increased use of algorithm trading”, “Managing Tomorrow: Issues & Challenges” held at Dr.D.Y.Patil Institute of Management Studies, Pune 2015 Prof Shreya Sharma
18 Study on the effect of NPA on the performance of yavatmal district central cooperative bank. International Conference 2015 Prof Mahesh Chopde
19 Marketing for rural consumer issues and challenges in markeing if district cooperative bank in Nagpur region National Conference 2015 Prof Mahesh Chopde
20 Globe Unified- Role of ICT in Customer Relationship Management In MNC International Conference Sinhgad Institute of Management 2015 ISBN- 978-81-910118-9-0 3 Prof Chitra Gidwani
21 Enterprise Value Creation through Creative Marketing Practices by adopting BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY in Haldirams Tirpude Institute of Management 2015 Prof Chitra Gidwani
22 Xth & MS-CET Score as a measure of Engineering Aptitude International Conference on Science and Technology for Society 2015 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
23 COMPANY LAW & SECTRETARIAL PRACTICE 2015 ISBN -978 -93 -5163 -615 -1 Thakur Publishers
Prof Mahesh Chopade
24 Financial Inclusion in India and Potential of Social Commerce National Conference at DAIMSR 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
25 Women Empowerment & Demographic Dividend with special reference to Banks in Madhya Pradesh International Conference at DAIMSR 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
26 Study of Indication of Engineering Aptitude of Students Based on their Performance in 10th and 12th board Exam. International conference on Industrial Automation & Computing 2014 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
27 Introduction of credit default swaps : Implications on monetory policy and financial stability of developing economies like India International journal of Engineering research and applications 2014 ISSN : 2248 – 9622 Prof Kunal Padole
28 Introduction of credit default swaps : Implications on monetory policy and financial stability of developing economies like India International journal of Engineering research and applications 2014 ISSN : 2248 – 9622 Prof Mahesh Chopde
29 NPA : A Considerable issue in Grameen Samridhi International Conference at CIBMRD 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
30 An Analytical study on Investors’ Attitude Towards Mutual Fund Investors” Sai Om Journal of Commerece & Management 2014 ISSN – 2347 – 7563 Dr. Smita Rao
31 Impact of Receivables Management on Working Capital: A study on select cement Companies IJMRR 2014 ISSN : 2249 – 7196 Dr. Smita Rao
32 Working capital Structures and Liquiduty Analysis : An Empirical Research on Textiles Companies ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2014 ISSN 2232 – 5780; Vol.4 (7) Impact Factor 3.567 Dr. Smita Rao
33 Implication of Faculty empowerment National Seminar on “Institutional Quality Improvement:Role of Governance ,Leadership and Management” 2014 Prof Swati Rahate
34 Emerging Trends in training : Thrust on absenteeism of workers in Manufacturing Organizations International Journal of Developments in Trade, Commerce and Business(IJDTCB) on “Emerging trends in training” 2014 Vol I Prof Swati Rahate
35 Emerging Trends in E- Commerce 35th World Management Congress IJMR(International Journal of Multidisiplinary research 2014 Vol III Issue ((I) ISSN: 2277-9302 Chitra Gidwani
36 Analysis of Effectiveness of Employee Engagement With Respect to Training “Research Bulletin” an International quarterly Research Journal 2013 Vol.14, ,PP. 48-53 Prof Swati Rahate
37 Consumer Bahaviour – A tool for life Insurance Sector National Conference at GHIMR 2013 Dr. Smita Rao
38 Implication of Training & Development in Educational Sector : Trust on Retention of Academic Staff International Conference on “IT & Business Intelligence (ITBI-13)” 2013 Prof Swati Rahate
39 Implication of training in Ideal  work culture: Thrust on creativity and  productivity of workforce,   , National Conference on “Managing a Diverse Workforce-Impacts & Rewards” 2013 Prof Swati Rahate
40  Internal Quality Assurance Mechanism in Management Institutes National Seminar 2012 Prof Chitra Gidwani
41 Study & Analysis of E-Business for Employee Training w.r.t. Customer Relationship Management,Sagun Prakashan Amravati National Conference on“Role of IT in Education” 2012  ISBN 978-81-923393-3-7 Prof Swati Rahate
      Sr.No. Name of the student Gender Email ID Year of Joining
      1 Jawahar Kumar M 2015
      2 Ramakant  Surolia M 2015
      3 Renukaraj Basappa Hebballi M 2015
      4 Surendra  Singh M 2015
      5 Mayur Shivram Kshirsagar M 2015
      6 Firoz Hamid Sheikh M 2015
      7 Sapana Dewrao Waghuke F 2015
      8 Namrata Shahadev Gopchandani F 2015
      9 Abhishek Suresh Tiwari M 2015
      10 Nikesh Akeshsingh Nakoriya M 2015
      11 Kajal Diwakar Rangari F 2015
      12 Akash Babaraoji Panpate M 2015
      13 Amol Vijay Thakre M 2015
      14 Payal Roshan Chelwani F 2015
      15 Ganesh Manohar Idhole M 2015
      16 Rishikesh Ganeshrao Durgade M 2015
      17 Aashrita Deepak Dule F 2015
      18 Ankita Narhari Bangade F 2015
      19 Ekta Naresh Rathor F 2015
      20 Ruchika – Logan F 2015
      21 Faisal Ziauddin Sheikh M 2015
      22 Manoj Shankar Jagnade M 2015
      23 Parag Vasant Jalekar M 2015
      24 Aamir  Khan M 2014
      25 Abhijit  Sonekar M 2014
      26 Amol Pohane M 2014
      27 Juhi  Dewani F 2014
      28 Karishma  Gudadhe F 2014
      29 Khushbu  Bhura F 2014
      30 Milind  Gajbhiye M 2014
      31 Mohd Israr  Sheikh M 2014
      32 Nitin  Sonwane M 2014
      33 Priti  Gajpure F 2014
      34 Puja Shatpalkar F 2014
      35 Rehab Hamid Ali M 2014
      36 Shubhangi  Kerekar F 2014
      37 Wasim  Sheikh M 2014
      38 Bhumika  Padole F 2014
      39 Harsha  Chhabra F 2014
      40 Bhagyashri  Meghrajani F 2014
      41 Jaideep  Dhanrajani M 2014
      42 Poonam Pawankar F 2014
      43 Pratik  Sahare M 2014
      44 Roshan  Kalmegh M 2014
      45 Chetana  Narekar F 2014
      46 Anamika Anupchand Dongre F 2013
      47 Ankita Mohandas Godhani F 2013
      48 Aradhana Omprakash Pandey F 2013
      49 Bharti Brij Kewlani F 2013
      50 Chhaya Ishwardas Chauliwar F 2013
      51 Grace Kp James F 2013
      52 Priti Ashokrao Mahatkar F 2013
      53 Trupti Suresh Chawala F 2013
      54 Akash Suryaprakash Mishra M 2013
      55 Anup Bhujangrao Thakre M 2013
      56 Nitesh Uttamrao Taywade M 2013
      57 Subhash Maroti Gajbhiye M 2013
      58 Sunil Kumar Parihar M 2013
      59 Shrikant Annaji Sayre M 2013
      60 Ishant Anil Mainwatkar M 2013
      61 Sunny Chunnilal Arora M 2013
      62 Swapnil Pundlik Pathrabe M 2013
      63 Pooja Melparam Godhani F 2013
      64 Rupali Maniram Orodiya F 2013
      65 Shilpa Kishore Meshram F 2013
      66 Sneha Deorao Krupal F 2013
      67 Lukesh Wasudeorao Ikhar M 2013
      68 Bhawna Kapse F 2012
      69 Chanda Parate F 2012
      70 Hitesh Doshi M 2012
      71 Naveen Kewalramani M 2012
      72 Pradnya Jawade F 2012
      73 Prasad Vaidya M 2012
      74 Priyanka Talekar F 2012
      75 Rashmi Anjankar F 2012
      76 Renuka Choudhary F 2012
      77 Shrikant Balbudhe M 2012
      78 Swapnil Nimje M 2012
      79 Tony Tharwani M 2012
      80 Vishal Gadge M 2012
      81 Yugeshwari Mendhe F 2012
      82 Akalp M. Jamgade M 2011
        83 Swapnil R. Waghmare M 2011
        84 Lata Ratnani F 2011
        85 Madhuri Banerjee F 2011
        86 Nikita Ratnani F 2011
      87 Sandesh Umredkar M 2011
      88 Reetu Ghagare F 2011
      89 Bharat Rawlani M 2011
      90 Tushal Kanoje M 2011
      91 Renuka Peshwani F 2011
      92 Ritesh Pandey M 2011
      93 Rohit Tuljani M 2011
      94 Harish Walke M 2011
      95 Waseem Rizvi M 2011
      96 Sakshi Suryavanshi F 2011





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                         Semester : I
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBCI-1 1.State the concept of management and explain the nature,process,structure and application of its practices in different fields. PO1,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 2.Discuss different approches of management and describe various functions of management ,also apply the techniques of  scheduling and controlling of complex projects. PO1,PO2,PO7
      CO3 3. Apply effective management strategies ,principles and techniquesand demostrate the ability to communicate effectively PO1,PO6,PO7
      CO4 4. Compare management practices in India and foreign countries. PO2,PO4,PO6
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCI-2 Define and Explain  the nature ,scope and application of Managerial economics w.r.t. Business Decisions and illustrate demand and Supply graphically PO1,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Explain the production function and law of variable proportions. Explain cost curves and describe economies and diseconomies of scale. Explain the roles of managers in firms, Explain the internal and external decisions to be made by managers.Analyze the demand and supply conditions and assess the position of a company. PO1,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 Design competition strategies, including costing, pricing, product differentiation, and market environment according to the natures of products and the structures of the markets. Calculate national income , solve Numericals based on GDP & GNP PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4  Apply the concepts of economics to make optimal business decisions and  solve real world business problems. PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBCI-3 1. Define and apply financial accounting and Accounting Process .Explain the preparation of subsidiary books and cash book ,Reconcil between bank pass book and cash book. PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 2. Explain and solve the Final Accounts of Joint Stock Companies its content as per Schedule III of the Companies Act, 2013, Relate the Provisions for Statutory Audits PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO3 3. Explainthe Concept of Budgeting and Budgetary Control with its types and techniques. Solve the numericals on budgeting. PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4  4. Interepret Financial Statements: Cash Flow Analysis (AS3) and Ratio analysis.Solve the problem based on Ratio Analysis, Define the Projections through Ratios. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCI-4 Define the provision of Law of Contract. PO1,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Explain the fundamental provision of Company Law Acquaint with basic negotiable instrument. PO4,PO5,PO6,PO8
      CO3 Explain the formation and dissolution of partnership and also the roles and responsibilities of partner PO1, PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Identify customer related disputes and their remedies and comprehend the IT Act PO1,PO4,PO6,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCI-5 Explain the importance of communication in business, types and barrier of communication; Illustrate the impact of listening and persuasion in business PO1,PO4,PO5,PO8
      CO2 Define etiquettes of business writing, application of different types  of  letter and reports in business, differentiate formal and informal email writing. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO5
      CO3 Demonstrate the importance and use of MIS in organization; apply MIS in various departments like HR, Finance and Marketing. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Differentiates online and Real time IS ,Explain the basic concept of data mining and data warehousing, Analyze the importance of knowledge management and performance management. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCI-6 Select the appropriate quantitative techniques or model for problem solving and decision making and learn to generate optimize result. PO1, PO2, PO4, PO6 , PO8
      CO2 Define and apply the basic concept of research and its methods. PO1, PO2, PO5, PO6, PO8
      CO3 Demonstrate the project report based on the techniques. PO1, PO2, PO6, PO8
      CO4 Analyze and diagnose the research problem PO4, PO6,PO7, PO8,
                Semester : II
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCII-1 State the concept of Human resource management and describe Recruitment , selection and compensation w.r.t.effective  working of the organization. PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Explain the process and techniques of job analysis,training of employees ,performance appraisal and compensation. PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 Define  the concept of organizational behavior and analysis of  factors affecting individual behavior.Discuss Resistance to change and managing resistance to change. PO5,PO6,PO8
      CO4 Analyze and compare different  theories of motivation,effective use of leadership styles,analyze reasons of conflict and Conflict management PO1,PO3,PO5,PO6
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBCII-2 1. Define the Concept of business finance. Discuss different Sources of financing – Long Term and Short Term1 PO1,PO2,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2  2. Explain the scope and application of Cost of capital, Capital Structure , EBIT-EPS Analysis PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 3. Explain and apply Capital budgeting & techniques of capital budgeting (Calculate-NPV,IRR,ARR and PBP) PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 4. Illustrate Working Capital Management and Calculate working Capital requirements PO1,PO2,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      1 MBCII-3 Explain marketing, Marketing mix and their impact on marketing decisions, Describe and apply buyer behavior and consumer decision making process. PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      2 Define product and product life cycle, Explain importance of packaging, labeling and pricing policies and strategies. PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO7
      3 Compare various distribution channels, differenciate between retailing and wholesaling, application of promotion mix, determine advertising budget. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7
      4 Explain and apply the importance of marketing research, application of developments in marketing, international marketing, green marketing, cyber marketing. PO2,PO4,PO6
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCII-4 Define Operations Management, Illustrate the differences between Manufacturing and services. Explain Modern tools and recent trends in Operations management PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 Explain  facilities Plan, production Planning and plant location, recognize the difference between process and product layout. Explain Materials Management and Concepts  of Quality Management. PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 Discuss and Solve problems based on PERT & CPM, inventory Cost, EOQ Model, ABC Analysis, FSN HML, VDE,  GOLF. PO2,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Analyse the Dimensions of Quality, Apply the concepts of TQM, ISO, QFD, Kaizen and Six SIGMA in Manufacturing and Service Sectors. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBCII-5 1. Define Cost Accounting and Unit and Output costing , Explain the Preparation of Cost Sheet ,Quotations and tender. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 2. Explain the Functions  Marginal Costing its  uses in Decision Making, application of BEP for various business problems. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 3. Illustrate and Calculate Standard Costing and Variance Analysis PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 4. Define, Illustrate and Calculate Contract and Operating Costing PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCII-6 Impart the basics of international business w.r.t. national economic development. PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO6, PO8
      CO2  Explain how the economic, political/legal, and financial environments affect international business operations. PO1, PO4, PO6,  PO8
      CO3 Explain the inertia about various international trade theories PO1,PO2, PO4, PO6,  PO8
      CO4 Analyse how government and business decisions influence International trade. PO1,PO2, PO4, PO6,  PO8
       Semester : III
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCIII-1 Define and describe Strategic Management, strategic decision making, Strategic Management process, recognize the vision mission and objectives of the organization. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6, PO7 PO8
      CO2 Demonstrate the concept of competitive advantage and explain the main structural features of an industry PO1,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 Apply the ability to think critically in relation to a particular problem, situation or strategic decision through real-world scenarios. PO1,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Choose recommendations for vertical changes in the boundary of the firm based on an defining the advantages of vertical integration and outsourcing and the factors that determine the relative efficiency of each. PO1,PO4, ,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCIII-2 Acquaint themselves with the challenges in Environment Conservation. PO1, PO6, PO8
      CO2 Explain and analyse the environmental Hazards and their impact on Human Life and Earth PO3, PO7,  PO8
      CO3 Discuss the legal framework of Environment protection and their role in conservation of Environment. PO5, PO7, PO8
      CO4 Describe and Develop essential knowledge about the the challenges in Environment Conservation PO1, PO5, PO7, PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIII-11 State the concept of Training, Development , Education and describe the importance of training. PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 Explain training process and discuss  various ‘on the job and off the job training methods’ PO5,PO6,PO7
      CO3 Explain Importance of training evaluation and describe various training evaluation techniques. PO2,PO5
      CO4 Demostrate different types of Management development program .Discuss training for Executive Level Management and analyze Career & Succession Planning. PO3,PO5
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIII-12 State the concept of performance appraisal ,Compensation Planning and  Career Management .Discuss different types of performance appraisal. PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Explain and discuss Traditional and Modern methods of performance appraisal PO2,PO4,PO5,PO6
      CO3 Analyze Wage Fixation, Wage differentials and explain Employee’s and Employer’s Role in career planning. PO2,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO4 Compare Variable Compensation and Supplementary Compensation PO4,PO6,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBEIII – 11 1. Define Capital Budgeting Techniques – Identify Cash Flows and
      calculate and analyse proposals using different techniques of capital budgeting
      CO2 2. Explain the  nature, scope and application of Leasing, Hire-purchase & Project Finance also discuss the Contemporary issues in Financial Management .Solve the problems on leasing. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 3. Explain the Valuation of business and Dividend Decisions .Discuss and relate Dividend policies based on different dividend valuation models PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 4. Express and Comparedifferent types Mergers & Acquisitions and its uses in strategic decision making in Financial Management .Solve the numerical problems on M&A. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO1 MBEIII-12 1. Define  Futures and option Derivatives also explain and relate Risk management and Hedging with Derivatives. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 2. Explain the scope and application of Valuation of Securities: Bond Valuation and Share Valuation PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 3. Explain Portfolio Theory Portfolio Management and its techniques ,Define and calculate Risk and return ,Compute the Stock Index its Construction and composition (Sensex and Nifty), Express the calculation of indices and Free float Market capitalization. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4  4. Describe and apply Fundamental and Technical Analysis for equity (based on its processes and tools) PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCIII-12 Explain the meaning of IM, IMC partners, agency world should be able to analysis, impact of IMC message on consumer decision. PO1,PO4,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Differentiates advantages of print media and Broadcast media, Explain the importance of public relations and Brand publicity, events , sponsorships and customer services. PO1,PO5,PO6,PO7
      CO3 Discuss different brand and the brand equity concept, Know the challenges and opportunities of branding, strategic brand management process. PO1,PO2,PO6,PO7
      CO4 Demonstrate brand building, different brand mantras and brand elements. Apply branding strategy. PO1,PO4,PO6
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCIII-11 Explain the meaning and objectives of sales research, sales forecasting sales planning, goal setting, performance measurement, Estimating market and sales potentials. PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7
      CO2 Discuss personal selling, recruitment &selection, training and motivation of employees, Describe territory management, sales budget and sales quota PO1,PO2,PO3,PO5,PO6,PO7
      CO3 Explain Physical distribution process; compare marketing channels, wholesaling & retailing, consumer goal & industrial goods, integrated marketing channels and international marketing channels PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7
      CO4 Discuss material handling and inventory management. Evaluate e-commerce, electronic intermediaries and logistics management PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIII-11 Define  Supply Chain Management  : concept,  objectives & importance, List in a Supply Chain, Competitive and Supply Chain Strategies, Relate competitive advantages with supply chain management PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO2 Describe Supply Chain Network, Explain role of distribution network, e supply chain and discuss factors influencing network design decisions. PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO3 Illustrate and calculate problems based on Network Design in the Supply Chain. PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Apply the concepts of Logistics and Supply Chain management in solving real time Manufacturing and Service Sector Problems. Prepare a suitable supply chain for the small enterprises. PO2,PO3,PO4,PO6,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIII-12 Define Operation Research, Explain Main phases of operation research, Problem solving and Decision Making, PO1,PO2,PO4,PO7
      CO2 Describe Linear programming, General statement and assumptions underlying Linear Programming, solve the Formulation of Linear Programming Problems PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      CO3 Solve Linear Programming Problems using Graphical Methods, Calculate Assignment problems, Transportation Problems Initial feasible solution PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      CO4 Apply the concepts of Operations Research to solve real time Business Problems by Mathematical and Scientific Approach in solving problems that lead to decision Making. PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
                         Semester : IV
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      1 MBFIV-2 Explain International Trade and explain concepts in International Trade, List various tariff and non tariff barriers in National and International Trade PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      2 Describe EXIM policy, Dicuss EXIM Bank, ECGC, Export Promotion Councils, EPZ, EOU &  SEZ and FEMA. Explain International Business Environment and organizations and International Economic Organizations PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      3 Analyze the Working of Foreign Exchange Markets, Determine of Rate Of Exchange, Explain the Role of RBI in foreign exchange management, Analyze the local and global Business Environment. PO1,PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      4 Assess the factors Affecting Environment – Political, Economic, Socio- Cultural, Technological, Environmental, Legal factors & International Liquidity, Apply an ethical understanding of International Business perspective to business situations. PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBCIV-1 Develop essential knowledge about the challenges in Ethical environment of business. PO1,PO2,PO4, PO5, PO6, PO8
      CO2 Explain and internalize the ethical problems faced by the managers in day to day working in a corporate PO1, PO3, PO4, PO8
      CO3 Analyze the systems of corporate governance inIndian model of Corporate Governance PO1, PO3, PO5 , PO8
      CO4 Analyze the Role of HRM in creating an ethical organisation. PO1, PO4, PO6, PO8
      S.NO. Course Outcome PO’s Mapped
      CO 1 MBCIV-2 Explain the fundamental aspects of Entrepreneurial Development which is necessary in today’s dynamic and competitive business world. PO1,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO6, PO7, PO8
      CO2 Develop and strengthen entrepreneurial quality and motivation to become an entrepreneurship PO1,PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5,PO6, PO7, PO8
      CO3 Develop and apply entrepreneurial skills to run a business efficiently and effectively PO1, PO4, PO5,PO6, PO7, PO8
      CO4 Define and explain about the role of government and non-government Nodal agencies for entrepreneurship support PO1, PO2,PO4, PO6, PO7, PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIV-13 Define and relate Concept of  Industrial Relations,Trade Unions and Industrial Conflicts. PO5,PO6,PO8
      CO2 Explain Functions of Trade Unions, Types & Structure of Trade Unions ,Causes & Impact of Industrial Dispute and discuss Strikes & Lockouts. PO4,PO5,PO6
      CO3 Describe and Illustrate Payment of Wages Act 1936, Minimum Wages Act 1948 and Payment of Bonus Act 1965 PO4,PO6
      CO4 Relate and Summarize Workman’s Compensation Act 1923 , Employees State Insurance Act 1948, Employees Provident Fund Act 1952,  Payment of Gratuity Act 1972 and Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 PO4,PO6,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      1 MBEIV-13 Explain the importance of consumer behavior, apply CB in marketing, know consumer research process. PO1,PO6
      2 Analyze various models of consumer behavior, describe information research process, define importance of post purchase behavior. PO1,PO2
      3  Describe and relate consumer perception, learning, personality, attitude and motivation. PO4,PO5
      4 State the Knowledge of reference groups, their influence and factors affecting reference groups. Describe family life cycle, environmental influences on consumer behavior, cross culture relation PO2,PO5,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      1 MBEIV-13 1. Define and summarize Financial System, Financial markets [Money, Debt and Equity Markets] its structure, regulatorybodies PO1,PO4,PO6,PO7,PO8
      2 2. Explain and relate the  Functions,Scope and application of Insurance Services in real life scenario. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO8
      3 3. Define and Illustrate Mutual Funds and its types,Concept of Cost, Averaging and Value Averaging; AMFI; AGNI. Recent developments in the Mutual Fund industry. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      4 4. Describe Wealth Management , Analyse Investor life cycle , investment goals and Investment options . Express Asset Allocation Strategies and its  Models, Explain how Portfolio performance is evaluated. PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8
      Sr.No. Subject Code CO  Mapped PO
      CO 1 MBEIV-13 Explain the concepts of Quality and Illustrate the dimensions of Quality, and Define Total Quality Management. PO1,PO4,PO5,PO6,PO8,
      CO2 Explain the contribution of Taguchi, Deming & Crossby in TQM, Discuss and apply seven tools of Quality, Summarize Measures of central Tendency and Dispersion, Population and Sample. PO2,PO4,PO6,PO7
      CO3 Illustrate and relate Statistical Process Control (SPC) Use Quality Improvement Techniques – Pareto Diagrams, Cause-Effect Diagrams, Scatter Diagrams, Run Charts, Cause and Effect Diagrams.  Control Charts for Variables –Chart Techniques, Solve X-bar and R chart Correlation. PO2,PO6,PO7,PO8
      CO4 Define and Apply TQM tools and Concept of six Sigma in manufacturing sectors to ensure quality. PO1,PO2,PO5,PO6,PO7,PO8

      Key Features

      • Since 2009 the Department of Business Administration has offered Full time MBA Program tailored to the specific needs of professionals to meet the challenges of a dynamic global economy.
      • Affiliated to Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University.
      • Recognized by All India Council for Technical Education AICTE, DTE and RTMNU
      • Highly qualified, committed & experienced faculty as per AICTE
      • A semester based modular approach to the learning process
      • Project based training program which includes industry internship program and a dissertation
      • Separate library enriched with latest books, magazines, national and international journals & e-journals
      • Excellent facilities for sports and cultural activities
      • Internet facility backed by 24 hours power supply
      • Programme provide a good blend of theoretical knowledge coupled with practical results-oriented training
      • The Department has a dedicated Training and Placement Cell with good placement ratio of students through multinational companies like Axis Bank, Goel Ganga, TGN, Tata Consultancy Services, etc.

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      PO’s, PEO’s

      Program Outcome (PO’s)

      On completion of Master Of Business Administration (MBA), Graduates will be able to

      1. Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.

      2. Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.

      3. Ability to develop Value based Leadership ability.

      4. Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business.

      5. Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.

      6. Have knowledge in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources, operations, economics and business laws.

      7. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of project management skills to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

      8. Engage in independent and lifelong learning for continuous knowledge and skills acquisition.

      Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

      Graduates of Master Of Business Administration (MBA) will

      I. Succeed in applying management principles and concepts to real world business and organizational issues.
      II. Excel as practicing Managers, Business Leaders, Academicians and Researchers.
      III. Hold professional and ethical attitudes, effective communication skills and team work, life-long learning to become successful professionals.