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Introduction to Bachelor of Management Studies

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Art008Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is a full time program which includes courses like advanced courses for specific concentrations and general business courses. The main subjects taught in BMS include Finance, Law, Economics, Accounting, Management, Marketing, Operations management, Organizational behavior, etc. A deep insight into the global work place is given by several visiting and full-time faculties.

 This course helps in the development of undergraduate students into managers and leaders who will be able to take the various challenges of the global marketplace. This course has become very popular among the students of India because of the ever-increasing requirement for a large number of professionally trained middle management executives in the contemporary market.

The total course covering a period of three years is divided into six semesters. The first semester includes Foundations of Human Skill-I, Business Law, Finance and Cost Accounting, Effective Communication-I, Quantitative Methods for Business-I, Principles of Management-I and Introduction to Computers. Second semester contains the subjects like Foundations of Human Skill-II, Computer applications in business, Industrial Law, Managerial Economics-I, Business Environment, Production Management and Environment Management. The third semester of BMS includes Management Accounting, Marketing Management, Managerial Economics-II, Effective Communication-II, Material Management and Principles of Management-II. The fourth semester includes International Marketing, Export-Import procedures and documentation, Elements of direct and indirect taxes, Productivity and Quality management, Management of Small Scale Industries and Public Relations Management. Subjects like Human Resource Management, Financial Management, Service Sector Management, Elements of Logistics Management, Rural Marketing, Management of Cooperatives and Project Work-I are included in the fifth semester. The sixth semester of Bachelor of Management Studies includes Entrepreneurship, Quantitative Methods for Business-II, Marketing Research, Indian Management Thought and Practices, Elective Paper-I: International Finance or Econometrics, Elective Paper-II: Special Study in Finance or Marketing and Project Work-II.

Eligibility:

A student should have completed the HSC or equivalent examinations from any of the three streams of Science, Arts or Commerce with a minimum of 45 percent marks.

Further Education:

Master of Management Studies (MMS), Master of Business Administration (MBA) and various other non – management oriented courses.

Job Prospects:

An individual, after the successful completion of Bachelor of Management Studies can opt for a career in Human Resource Management, Sales and Marketing, Jobs in PSU banks, Finance, Research and Development, etc.

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