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Department of Management Studies (BMS)

Department of Management Studies (BMS)

Establishment / mile stones

The University of Mumbai launched the Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS programme from the academic year of 1999-2000.
Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is a full-time course of three year duration.
This full time three year degree programme has been introduced in several institutes of the country. This degree programme comprises six semesters having 52 modules, 51 theory papers and 01 project.
The Bachelor of Management Studies was introduced with the aim of producing trained management professionals in today`s competitive market.
The course curriculum has been practically designed in order to meet the increasing demand for more number of professionally certified management executives in the global market.
This degree programme is handled by experienced full-time as well as visiting faculty pulled from various service and industrial sectors.
The course structure of Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS includes an exhaustive training with the help of latest technological devices, industrial visits, and practical experience and summer placements wherever possible.
Academic year 2015-16 Mumbai University have introduced specialization in Finance, Marketing and Human Resource from Second Year.

Lab Space(area): 480 Sq.ft

No. Of Computer Labs: 1

No. Of Classrooms : 5

Student Support Facilities – such as departmental library / remedial-bridge courses, e-study material, departmental scholarships, research guidance, etc.
Department of management studies have own departmental library with having number of course related books with different publishing houses and some reference books.

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Class Semester Course Nomenclature Type(Optional, Elective, Compulsory, etc)
FY BMS
SEMISTER I INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS Compulsory
BUSINESS LAW Compulsory
FOUNDATION OF HUMAN SKILLS Compulsory
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (I) Compulsory
FOUNDATION COURSE I Compulsory
BUSINESS ECONOMICS Compulsory
BUSINESS STATISTICS Compulsory
SEMISTER II PRINCILES OF MARKETING Compulsory
INDUSTRIAL LAW Compulsory
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION II Compulsory
PRINCILES OF MANAGEMENT Compulsory
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Compulsory
BUSINESS STATISTICS Compulsory
FOUNDTION COURSE II Compulsory
SY BMS
SEMISTER III STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Compulsory
ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERIAL DECISIONS Compulsory
BUSINESS PLANNING & ENTREPRENEURIAL MANAGEMENT Compulsory
BUSINESS PLANNING & ENTREPRENEURIAL MANAGEMENT Compulsory
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Compulsory
INTRODUCTION TO COST ACCOUNTING Elective FINANCE
CORPORATE FINANCE Elective FINANCE
CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR Elective MARKETING
ADVERTISING Elective MARKETING
SEMISTER IV BUSINESS ECONOMICS Compulsory
BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS Compulsory
ETHICS & GOVERNANCE (FC) Compulsory
PRODUCTION & TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Compulsory
STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE
AUDITING Elective FINANCE
INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION Elective MARKETING
RURAL MARKETING Elective MARKETING
TY BMS
SEMISTER V LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Compulsory
CORPORATE COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS Compulsory
SERVICE MARKETING Elective MARKETING
E-COMMERCE AND DIGITAL MARKETING Elective MARKETING
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Elective MARKETING
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Elective MARKETING
COMMODITY AND DERIVATIVES MARKET Elective FINANCE
INVESTMENT ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE
WEALTH MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE
STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE
SEMISTER VI PROJECT WORK Compulsory
OPERATION RESEARCH Compulsory
INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Elective MARKETING
MEDIA PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Elective MARKETING
BRAND MANAGEMENT Elective MARKETING
RETAIL MANAGEMENT Elective MARKETING
INNOVATIVE FINANCIAL SERVICES Elective FINANCE
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE Elective FINANCE
RISK MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE
PROJECT MANAGEMENT Elective FINANCE

Vidya Samiti – Constitution with members

Formation
All staff members, Industrial Expert, Student representative.

Agenda
Appointment of industrial expert.
Activities of Shodhvedh & Avishkar
Management meet/conference
To Know about the actual requirement of industry

Teaching

Mrs. Ashwini M. Deosthali
Mrs. Ashwini M. Deosthali
Head of the Department
MBA,M.COM,SET (Specialization-Marketing Management)
Mr. Swaroop Ghaisas
Prof. Swaroop L. Ghaisas
Assistant Professor
M. Com, SET (Specialization-Accountancy)
Mr. S. Y. Joshi
Mr. Swapnil Y. Joshi
Assistant Professor
MMS (Fin.), LLB GDC & A,SET (Specialization-Finance & Economics)
Mrs. Harshda S. Patwardhan
Mrs. Harshda S. Patwardhan
Assistant Professor
M.B.A. Dip.in Computer Application (Specialization-Computer,HR)
Ms. Pravina Pilankar
Ms. Pravina Pilankar
Assistant Professor
M.Com (Specialization-Finance and Marketing)
Mr. Zafar Y. Shaha
Mr. Zafar Y. Shaha
Assistant professor
M.Com, M.B.A (Fin.), SET, B.Ed (Specialization-Finance and Accountancy)

Visiting Faculty

Mr. Mangesh Bhosale
Mr. Mangesh Bhosale
Assistant professor
M.A. (Specialization- Economics)
mrs-u-e-joshi
Mrs. Uma Joshi
Assistant Professor
M.Sc.(Mathematics)
Miss. Sayali Bhosale
Prof. Miss. Sayali V. Bhosale
Assistant professor
M.COM (Specialization-Accountancy, Commerce)
Mrs. Priyanka Shinde
Mrs. Priyanka Shinde
Assistant professor
M.COM, M.Phill (Specialization- Accountancy)
Research Work
Name of the teacher Title of the paper Name of the conference National / international Year of publication
Harshda Patwardhan Garbage Shoot… A solution on Housing society cleanliness International conference on contemporary issues in education, langauage, literature and society International 2014-15
Harshda Patwardhan Impact of liberalized telecommunication sector on scio-economic and service provider Adarsh college of arts and commerce , Badalapur National 2015-16
Rupesh Sawant &Swapnil Joshi Skill India : need, challenges and measures, UGC sponsered Sixth One day National Conference on ” Make in India And Skill India – Opportunities and Challenges” National 2016-17
ASHWINI M. Deosthali 1)Agro- Ecotourism new pathway for rural development and agricultural marketing 1)One day National Conference on ” VISION 2050: A ROAD AHEAD” National 2017-18
2)Indian Family Business Performance, Changes , Challenges, and Future.( With reference to mango cultivation, selling and canning in Ratnagiri area.) 11th International conference on” WELLNESS ECOSYSTEM FOR MILLENNIAL BUSINESS “ International 2017-18
Departmental Activities

Publication of in-house journal ‘’Management Avenues’’

Industrial visits (Amul milk industry, Anand; Rajarampau textile mill, Sangali,Nestle India , Goa Dairy, Goa, Gadre Marines Ratnagiri.)

Special Achievements of the student(State/National/International Level)

Participation in ECO-Fest, Goa

Participation in Management meet ‘’Ranabhumi’’Dempo college, Goa

Mr. Saurabh Deole BMS,CS, ICWA Entrepreneur
Mr. Pushkaraj Ingole BMS Entrepreneur
Ms. Mrudula Desai BMS, MBA(HR) HR Manager in Cap Gemini
Ms. Maithili Pathare BMS Radio Jockey on Tomato FM
Mr. Prathamesh Agashe BMS,Mcom Officer in DNS Bank
Departmental Activities

Publication of in-house journal ‘’Management Avenues’’
Industrial visits (Amul milk industry, Anand; Rajarampau textile mill, Sangali,Nestle India , Goa Dairy, Goa, Gadre Marines Ratnagiri.

Special Achievements of the student

Participation in ECO-Fest, Goa
Participation in Management meet ‘’Ranabhumi’’Dempo college

Students gain understanding and conceptual knowledge of logistics and supply chain management, key activities performed by the logistics, and nature of supply chain systems and its trends. Students learn about significance of ethics and ethical practices in businesses and CSR by organization

FINANCE SPECIALISATION

Students acquire knowledge regarding finance, various models and techniques and trading, clearing and settlement mechanism in market.

MARKETING SPECIALISATION

Students understand distinctive features of various marketing activities. New trends and ways for marketing. International marketing trends and working

 FYBMS

Introduction to Financial Accounts

Objectives
To understand and apply the theoretical aspects of accounting metho collecting, recording and reporting financial information.
To analyze and interpret the financial environment in which accounting information is used in managing a business;
To apply accounting and financial management decision-making techniques to practical situations those are likely to be encountered by a manager.

Outcomes:
This course is intended to introduce the basic theory, concepts and practice of financial accounting and to enable students to understand information contained in the published financial statements of companies and other organisations.

Business Law

Objectives
To enable enforcement of right
To facilitate industrial growth
To achieve social justice
To define rules and regulations

Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of Business Law I the student will be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of the Legal Environment of Business.
Apply basic legal knowledge to business transactions.
Communicate effectively using standard business and legal terminology.

Foundation of Human Skills

Objectives
To understand the Human Nature
To understand the culture and demographics

Outcomes:
After completion of course students get knowledge about human nature and how to deal with them .
Generating the team and team building as well as team work
Leadership qualities and motivating factors are known

Business Statistics

Objectives
Statistical modeling and the omnipresent role of variability
Efficient design of studies and construction of effective sampling plans
Exploratory data analysis
Formal inference process

Outcomes:
Students who are successful in completing this course are expected to obtain the following skills:
The ability to interpret statistical analysis tools commonly used in the workplace;
The ability to critically evaluate a standard business report including the graphics, probability statements and resultant commentary; and,
Use of Excel for basic data manipulation and simple statistical and graphical analysis.

Business Communication- I

Objectives
Communication is the lifeblood of an organization. It is the vehicle that ensures proper performance of organizational functions and achievement of organizational goals

Outcomes:
Upon completion of the course, students are expected to be able to demonstrate a good understanding of:
effective business writing
effective business communications
research approaches and information collection
developing and delivering effective presentations
effective interpersonal communications

Foundation Course –I

Objectives
To understand the nature of Indian society.
To sensitize about the gender inequality in society.
To understand diversity as difference and disparity as inequality.
To understand the philosophy of the constitution of India.

Outcomes:
Upon Completion of the course students get knowledge about :
Nature of Indian Society
The gender inequality in society
Diversity As difference and disparity as inequality.
Philosophy of the constitution of India.

Business Economics – I

Objectives
Business economics deals with issues such as business organization, management, expansion and strategy. Studies might include how and why corporations expand, the impact of entrepreneurs, the interactions between corporations, and the role of governments in regulation.

Outcomes:
After this Course student should able to :
Apply the concept of opportunity cost
Employ marginal analysis for decision making
Analyze operations of markets under varying competitive conditions
Analyze causes and consequences of unemployment, inflation and economic growth.

 SYBMS

Introduction to Cost Accounting

Objectives
This course exposes the students to the basic concepts and the tools used in Cost Accounting.
To enable the students to understand the principles and procedure of cost accounting and to apply them to different practical situations

Outcomes
Students able to understand the basic concepts and the tools used in Cost Accounting.
Student able to understand the principles and procedure of cost accounting and applies them to solve different practical problems.

Corporate Finance

Objectives
The objectives of develop a conceptual frame work of finance function and to acquaint the participants with the tools techniques and process of financial management in the realm of financial decision making
The course aims at explaining the core concepts of corporate finance and its importance in managing a business
To providing understanding of nature, importance, structure of corporate finance related areas and to impart knowledge regarding source of finance for a business

Outcomes:
After studying this course, Student should be able to:
identify the key themes in corporate finance
explain the role of finance in an organisation
explain and analyse the interrelationship between finance and governance
analyse the relationship between strategic decision making and corporate financing decisions.

Consumer Behavior

Objectives
The basic objective of this course is to develop an understanding about the consumer decision making process and its applications in marketing function of firms
This course is meant to equip undergraduate students with basic knowledge about issues and dimensions of Consumer Behavior. Students are expected to develop the skill of understanding and analyzing consumer information and using it to create consumer- oriented marketing strategies.

Outcomes:
On completion of this module, students will have acquired the following skills:
Be able to identify the dynamics of human behavior and the basic factors that influence the consumers decision process
Be able to demonstrate how concepts may be applied to marketing strategy

Advertising

Objectives
To understand and examine the growing importance of advertising
To understand the construction of an effective advertisement
To understand the role of advertising in contemporary scenario
To understand the future and career in advertising
Outcomes:
After completion of the requirements for this course, students will be able to:
appreciate the ways that communication through advertising influences and persuades consumers;
discuss the role of the advertising agency and its client relationships;
discuss the decisions which need to be made in budgeting and planning for promotion;
research and prepare a profile of media habits for a given target market;
set promotional objectives and identify their relationship with the strategic plan;
identify and discuss a range of creative strategies in advertising; and,

Information Technology in Business Management-I

Objectives
To learn basic concepts of Information Technology, its support and role in Management, for managers
Module II comprises of practical hands on training required for office automation. It is expected to have practical sessions of latest MS-Office software
To understand basic concepts of Email, Internet and websites, domains and security therein
To recognize security aspects of IT in business, highlighting electronic transactions, advanced security features
Outcomes:
At completion of the information technology/information systems management program, you will be able to competently:
Design, document and develop robust, extensible and highly maintainable data-intensive applications using cutting edge technologies tailored to the specific needs of any business scenario
Explain and apply the core aspects of information technology principles and tools, and manage their implementation in a business context
Understand and facilitate the strategic and operational benefits of business models and technology applications
Manage complex IT projects with consideration of the human, financial and environmental factors and an understanding of risk management processes, and operational and policy implications
Understand the strengths and limitations of current technologies and apply them intelligently to meet the needs of each application
Apply their practical experience in IT projects developed through assessment projects for real world clients focusing on technology auditing and recommendations, and system development
Utilise high level interpersonal skills to negotiate and communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical stakeholders verbally and in writing.

Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management

Objectives
Entrepreneurship is one of the major focus areas of the discipline of Management. This course introduces Entrepreneurship to budding managers.
To develop entrepreneurs &to prepare students to take the responsibility of full line of management function of a company with special reference to SME sector.

Outcomes:
Upon completion of the Entrepreneurship
Students will be able to define, identify and/or apply the principles of entrepreneurial and family business;
Students will be able to define, identify and/or apply the principles of viability of businesses, new business proposals, and opportunities within existing businesses;
Students will be able to define, identify and/or apply the principles of entrepreneurial management and growth through strategic plans, consulting projects and/or implementing their own businesses;
Students will be able to define, identify and/or apply the principles of preparing a startup business plan emphasizing financing, marketing, and organizing;
Students will be able to define, identify and/or apply the principles of creating and defending an entrepreneurial marketing plan.

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

Objectives
To acquaint management learners with basic accounting fundamentals.
To develop financial analysis skills among learners.
The course aims at explaining the core concepts of business finance and its importance in managing a business
Outcomes:
After completing the course , you shall be able to:
Understand the utility of Ratio Analysis, Financial Statements and Cash Flow Analysis in any organization.
Comprehend different contemporary issues in Management Accounting and Reports & Reporting needs & Reporting Levels in an organization.

Strategic Management

Objectives
The objective of this course is to learn the management policies and strategies at every Level to develop conceptual skills in this area as well as their application in the corporate world.
The focus is to critically examine the management of the entire enterprise from the Top Management view points.
This course deals with corporate level Policy & Strategy formulation areas. This course aims to developing conceptual skills in this area as well as their application in the corporate world.

Outcomes:
Identify the forces impacting on corporate and business strategies
Critically aware of factors involved in strategy making
Assess the resources and constraints for strategy making in a business context
Explain the importance of social, economic and political forces; and
technological Investigate the impact of internationalisation on strategy making

 TYBMS

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Objectives
To provide students with basic understanding of concepts of logistics and supply chain management
To introduce students to the key activities performed by the logistics function
To provide an insight in to the nature of supply chain, its functions and supply chain systems
To understand global trends in logistics and supply chain management

Outcomes
Students are able to describe major logistics functions and activities. Differentiate logistics and supply chain management.
Describe alternative ways to organize for supply chain management.
Describe methods of inventory planning.
Technological changes and its impact on logistics and supply chain management.
Compare modes of transportation and related policies. Outline computer and supply chain security measures.

Corporate Communication

Objectives
To provide the students with basic understanding of the concepts of corporate communication and public relations
To introduce the various elements of corporate communication and consider their roles in managing organizations
To examine how various elements of corporate communication must be coordinated to communicate effectively
To develop critical understanding of the different practices associated with corporate communication

Outcomes:
After this Course student should able to :
understand of the concepts of corporate communication and public relations
introduce the various elements of corporate communication and consider their roles in managing organizations
examine how various elements of corporate communication must be coordinated to communicate effectively
develop critical understanding of the different practices associated with corporate communication

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

Objectives:
To acquaint the learners with various concepts of finance
To understand the terms which are often confronted while reading newspaper, magazines etc for better correlation with the practical world
To understand various models and techniques of security and portfolio analysis
Outcomes
The learners is well acquainted with various concepts of finance
Students understood the terms which are often confronted while reading newspaper, magazines etc for better correlation with the practical world.
Learners understood various models and techniques of security and portfolio analysis.

Risk Management

Objectives
To familiarize the student with the fundamental aspects of risk management and control
To give a comprehensive overview of risk governance and assurance with special reference to insurance sector
To introduce the basic concepts, functions, process, techniques of risk management
Outcomes :
After this Course student should able to :
familiarize the student with the fundamental aspects of risk management and control
give a comprehensive overview of risk governance and assurance with special reference to insurance sector
introduce the basic concepts, functions, process, techniques of risk management

Wealth Management

Objectives
To provide an overview of various aspects related to wealth management
To study the relevance and importance of Insurance in wealth management
To acquaint the learners with issues related to taxation in wealth management
To understand various components of retirement planning

Outcomes :
After this Course student should able to :
provide an overview of various aspects related to wealth management
study the relevance and importance of Insurance in wealth management
acquaint the learners with issues related to taxation in wealth management
understand various components of retirement planning

Direct Tax

Objectives
To Gain comprehensive knowledge of Income Tax Act 1961.
To understand the definitions contained in Income tax Act 1961.
Compute income from Salary, House property, Capital Gain, Business and Profession, Other Sources.
To know the various exemptions under section 10.
To learn and apply deductions under section 80
To enable students to compute total income.

Outcomes
Students gained the knowledge of Income Tax act 1961.
Students understood the definitions under income tax act 1961.
Students able to calculate income from Salary, House property, Capital Gain, Business and Profession, Other Sources.
Students knows the various exemptions available under section 10.
Students learns and applies deductions under section 80 while calculating net taxable income.
Students able to compute total income of assesses.

Service Marketting

Objectives
To understand distinctive features of services and key elements in services marketing
To provide insight into ways to improve service quality and productivity
To understand marketing of different services in Indian context
Outcomes :
After this Course student should able to :
understand distinctive features of services and key elements in services marketing
provide insight into ways to improve service quality and productivity
understand marketing of different services in Indian context

E-Commerce and Digital Marketing

Objectives
To understand increasing significance of E-Commerce and its applications in Business and Various Sectors
To provide an insight on Digital Marketing activities on various Social Media platforms and its emerging significance in Business
To understand Latest Trends and Practices in E-Commerce and Digital Marketing, along with its Challenges and Opportunities for an Organisation

Outcomes :
After this Course student should able to :
understand increasing significance of E-Commerce and its applications in Business and Various Sectors
provide an insight on Digital Marketing activities on various Social Media platforms and its emerging significance in Business
understand Latest Trends and Practices in E-Commerce and Digital Marketing, along with its Challenges and Opportunities for an Organisation

Sales and Distribution Management

Objectives
To develop understanding of the sales & distribution processes in organizations
To get familiarized with concepts, approaches and the practical aspects of the key decision making variables in sales management and distribution channel management
Outcomes :
After this Course student should able to :
develop understanding of the sales & distribution processes in organizations
get familiarized with concepts, approaches and the practical aspects of the key decision making variables in sales management and distribution channel management

Customer Relationship Management

Objectives
To understand concept of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and implementation of Customer Relationship Management
To provide insight into CRM marketing initiatives, customer service and designing CRM strategy
To understand new trends in CRM, challenges and opportunities for organizations
Outcomes
Learner understood concept of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and implementation of Customer Relationship Management
Students get insight into CRM marketing initiatives, customer service and designing CRM strategy
Learner understood new trends in CRM, challenges and opportunities for organizations