Bachelor of Management Studies

Bachelor of Management Studies
Starts from:Mon, June 13, 2011
Campus Location

Smt. Neerabai Parkar Vidyanagari, A/P Devgad, Sindhudurg,Devgad,India — Maharashtra,India

Course Feature
  • Duration 2 years
  • Min Qualification “A candidate for being eligible for admission to the BMS Degree Course shall have passed HSC Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma course in any Engineering Branches with two years or three years after SSC conducted by the Board of Technical Examination or its equivalent examination by securing minimum 45% for general category (in one attempt) at the respective Examination and 40% marks for the reserved category (in one attempt).”
Class Description

Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is an undergraduate program for management studies offered by many universities throughout the world. The course allows you to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations. Management studies programmes provide students with a solid foundation in organizational behavior and human resource management while electives in labor-management relations, negotiation, conflict resolution,compensation systems and organizational development allow students to develop deeper knowledge in specific areas of interest. In addition to business management course, it will equip you to understand how organizations work, how they are managed, and how they interact with local, national and international environments.

 

 

The Bachelor of Management Studies was introduced with the aim of producing trained management professionals in today`s competitive market.
Department of Management Studies - 2011
  •   Introduced exhaustive training with the help of latest technological devices, industrial visits, and practical experience and summer placements wherever possible.
  •  Organized seminars, symposia, conferences, workshop on various themes. e.g. certain modern discipline and insights were incorporated in seminar themes, such as stylistics, Semeiotics etc.
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