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Programme Design& Assessment

The MBA programme is structured and updated to include the contemporary changes in the business  environment. With reasonable emphasis on the case study methodology the programme is spread over four semesters over a two year period that comprises 126 Credits of course work and  summer project. The students are offered dual specialisations in the areas of Human Resources Management, Marketing, Finance, Financial Services, Tourism & Hospitality Management and Systems.

The first semester offers a platform that enriches the students with the basics of Management, preparing them to face the subsequent semesters. The orientation to specialization starts from the II semester with core courses on Marketing, Finance, Operations, Human Resources Management, etc.

The third semester of the MBA programme provides an exposure to encompass the relationship of the organizations to various social / business  environments. The III and IV semesters offers a wide array of electives for dual specialization to enable the students for choosing the electives of their choice.

At the end of the II Semester students are provided with simulation games to gain experience in the real life situation. At the end of the IV semester, the students are exposed to the business world by means of an eight week Summer Project that is usually problem- based. The documented projects are generally solutions to the challenges faced by the corporate world. The summer project is done under the guidance of  industry experts and our faculty members. This summer project creates an ideal opportunity for prospective employment.

Since the demand from banking industry is very heavy, the school of management introduced three core courses viz., Principles and Practices of Banking, Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking and Accounting and Finance for Bankers which are offered by Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF), Mumbai for the award of Diploma in Banking & Finance (DBF) in the third semester. The school also introduced a core course viz., Principles and Practices of Insurance, in order to help students to appear for the examinations conducted by Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) and to successfully enter into insurance industry which is another potential area for employment.

Three modules of NSE Certification in Financial Markets (NCFM) have been combined and introduced as one elective paper to the finance elective students. This gives an edge for the students to get rewarding employment in capital market and allied services.

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SASTRA UNIVERSITY
Tirumalaisamudram
Thanjavur - 613401.
Tamilnadu, India.
Email admissionssastra.edu