Academic Information



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Grading Pattern: The Institute follows relative grading of students. The students are evaluated on a grade point from 0 to 8 as well as classified into letter grade from F to A+. The equivalence of grade point and letter grade is as follows:

 

Grade Point

0 – 0.49

0.5 – 1.49

1.5 – 2.49

2.5 – 3.49

3.5 – 4.49

4.5 – 5.49

5.5 – 6.49

6.5 – 7.49

7.5 – 8.0

Letter Grade

F

D

D+

C

C+

B

B+

A

A+

 

The desirable distribution of grades is as follows:

 

Percentage of students in a grade bracket

F

D and D+

C and C+

B and B+

A and A+

Minimum

0

0

10

30

10

Average

0

5

25

50

20

Maximum

5

20

40

60

25

The following courses are usually offered in the Terms-4, 5 and 6 for the students. Closer to the registrations, the students need to confirm its availability.

 

Courses - Term 4 (June - September)

Business Ethics

Security Analysis & Portfolio Management

Corporate Tax Planning

International Finance

Corporate Planning

Non-Competitive Strategy

New Enterprise Management

Advanced Methods of Data Analysis

Training & Development

Human Resource Information Systems

Human Resource Development

Strategic HRM & Employee Compensation

Enterprise Resource Planning-I

Structured System Development

Integrated Marketing Communication

Product & Brand Management

Business to Business Marketing

Retail Management

Firms, Markets & Global Dynamics

Supply Chain Management

Operations Strategy

Process Improvement & Six Sigma

French Language Course

 

 

Courses - Term 5 (September-December)

Application of Econometric Methods in BF

Fixed Income Securities Management

Project Appraisal**

Options, Futures & Swaps

Valuation

International Financial Reporting Standards**

Risk Management & Capital Measurement in Banks

Interactive Presentation & Corporate Etiquette

International Business

Performance Management

Labour Legislation

Impression Management

Technology, Business and Work

Planning IT Enabled Organisations

Enterprise Computing Technology

Enterprise Resource Planning-II

Object Oriented Software Development

IT Strategy

Sales & Distribution Management

Consumer Behaviour

Services Marketing

Customer Relationship Management

Organisational Change & Development

Technology Management**

Project Management

** 1.5 credit course

 

 

Courses - Term 6 (December-March)

Business Policy

Financial Engineering**

Financial Modeling

Financial Econometric

Insurance & Risk Management**

Regulatory Accounting and Finance

Valuation of Business

ALM in Banks

International Business Ethics

International HRM

Personal Growth Lab

Decision Support Systems

Data Warehousing & Data Mining

Business Process Automet

International Marketing

Marketing Laws

Selling & Negotiation

Business Simulation

Strategic Service Operations**

** 1.5 credit course