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Sl. No.Academic GroupCourse NameCourse CodeCourse Instructor (s)Course Objectives
1Operations ManagementProject ManagementOM-EX107Prof. Subrata Mitra
  • Introduce students to the principles and concepts of project management and expose students to both theory and practice of project management.
  • Help students learn how projects can be managed effectively and efficiently under limited resources and time constraints.
  • Discuss case studies for students to learn the application of project management in practice.
2Organizational BehaviourDeveloping Effective Political Skills for Career SuccessOB-EX112Prof. Nimruji Prasad J
  • Support students in developing their understanding of organizations as political arenas and the role of political skill in managerial effectiveness and career success.
  • Help students make sense of their political skills and provide inputs necessary for enhancing political skill, influence and personal effectiveness in the workplace.
  • Draws on research in the fields of psychology, sociology and literature on power to provide a holistic understanding of the intersections of politics in managerial success
3EconomicsThe Economics of Sustainable DevelopmentEC-EX114Prof. Anup Sinha
  • Sensitize future managers to the basic problems and contentions about sustainable development.
  • Encourage each participant to take a position about concrete problems that are being debated and discussed: to benchmark every technology, organizational design and business plan against the yardstick of sustainability.
  • Learn to appreciate that the future of business is inextricably linked to the future of the world.
4EconomicsThe Modern FirmEC-EX106Prof. Arijit Sen
  • Aim to explore various strategic issues that arise in the different relationships that exist between a firm and all the players that belong in its “value net”
5Finance & ControlFintechFI-EX123Prof. Sudarshan Kumar
  • Understand the current fintech landscape and Gain knowledge of blockchain technology and cryptography.
  • Understand artificial intelligence and machine learning in the context of finance and analyse the process of various fintech disruptions in banking, payment, lending, Investment Management & trading.
  • Gain awareness of the regulatory challenges associated with the fintech platforms.
6Finance & ControlInvestment Analysis and Portfolio ManagementFI-EX107Prof. Vivek Rajvanshi
  • Introduce the concepts of investment analysis and portfolio management and analyze how to assess the news and information flow and their potential impact on the investments.
  • Understand how to mitigate the risks involved in investments in risky assets and Understand the basic difference in the working and characteristics of Mutual Funds and Hedge Funds.
  • Implement quantitative trading strategies; such as the momentum strategy and understand how to evaluate as portfolio performance.
7Management Information SystemsCybersecurity for BusinessMI-EX271Prof. Anik Mukherjee
  • Appreciate the different types of cyber security vulnerabilities and challenges that plague organizations.
  • Recognize the various people-, process-, and technology-driven cyber security defence mechanisms and best practices.
  • Learn about a defense-in-depth information security strategy, Understand the implications of cybersecurity and privacy laws and regulations and Cybersecurity applications.
8Management Information SystemsBusiness Data MiningMI-EX114Prof. Soumyakanti Chakraborty
  • Help students learn not only the theoretical underpinnings of key machine learning techniques but also gain the practical knowledge of applying machine learning techniques to real-life business problems.
  • Teach how effective machine learning algorithms like, random forests, logistic regression, artificial neural network, and deep learning, actually work.
  • Draws from numerous real-life cases and examples so that students gain the perspective on how machine learning techniques are applied to build apps.
9Management Information SystemsDigital Startup GarageMI-EX274Prof. Vimal Kumar M.
  • Equip students with the skills to generate innovative startup ideas and validate their feasibility through market research and user feedback.
  • Enable students to create robust business models and adapt them to evolving market conditions, ensuring the viability of their startup concepts.
  • Provide students with a comprehensive understanding of various funding options available to startups, including venture capital, angel investors, crowdfunding, and bootstrapping and foster an entrepreneurial mindset in students, emphasizing adaptability, resilience, and a commitment to lifelong learning, essential for success in the startup world.
10Strategic ManagementStrategy-as-Practice: The Social and Political in Strategy WorkSM-EX128Prof. Biswatosh Saha
  • Appreciate the significance of mundane work/activities for strategy of an organization.
  • Reflect on questions of who is a strategy practitioner, and appreciate why strategy maybe more de-centered than board/TMT decisions.
  • Appreciate the political nature of strategy work, particularly in large organizations and large systems.
11Strategic ManagementMergers, Acquisitions, and Divestments: Strategic and Financial Aspects of Corporate ControlSM-EX113Prof. Sris Chatterjee
  • Discuss the role of LBOs and Private Equity in realizing shareholder value and some discussions of several popular forms of corporate restructurings and takeover defense.
12Strategic ManagementIndustry, Analysis, Strategy and PerformanceSM-EX112Prof. Ranjan Das
  • Learn analytical frameworks and tools for analysing industry and competition and understand how competitive forces shape industry attractiveness and intensity of competition; Understand how an industry evolves over time and strategic choices available to a firm for exploiting industry context prevailing during different stages of evolution.
  • Discuss how the general analytical frameworks and tools for analysing industry and competition can be applied for understanding industry attractiveness in different types of industry setting such as traditional brick and mortar industries, global industries, information and information intensive industries, converging industries and technology intensive industries.
  • Examine a variety of competitive choices available to a business, given its unique industry and competitive context [such as those mentioned above and strategic resources at its disposal], to achieve sustainable competitive advantage, earn above normal returns and attract high valuation.
13MarketingPricing DecisionsMK-EX120Prof. Ritu Mehta
  • Introduce students to basic concepts and principles of pricing and Equip participants with tools and frameworks for formulating pricing strategies in different settings.
  • Expose students to the advantages and disadvantages of different pricing mechanisms.
  • Leverage the background of the students to develop pricing framework based on the familiar context and generate insights from it.
14MarketingConsumer BehaviourMK - EX111Dr. Prashant Mishra
  • Provide a basic understanding of the psychological, sociological, anthropological, and economic processes affecting consumer choices.
  • Examine implications of these factors for marketing.
  • Study implications of these factors for consumer and societal well-being.
15MarketingSales and Distribution ManagementMK-EX113Prof. Kannan Dasaratharaman & Prof. Ramendra Singh
  • Understand the key decision-making variables in managing a distribution channel (channel design, channel member management, field force management, outbound logistics & the deployment of Information Technology).
  • Understand the key decision-making variables in managing a Sales Funnel (B2C as well as B2B – with much more emphasis on the former).
  • Appreciate the issues involved in the different paths for a Go to Market strategy (General Trade, Modern Trade, E-Commerce, Franchising and B2B sales).
16MarketingStrategic Brand ManagementMK - EX109Prof. Karnika Bains & Prof C D Mitra
  • Understand the world of branding and its techniques and tools.
  • Create brands and understand elements that form a brand.
  • Design marketing programs that communicate the value of a brand.
  • Use marketing tactics to develop, position, and sustain brands.
  • Understand various types of brands, including national brands, personal brands.
  • Learn about sensitive nuances of cross-cultural branding and related elements.
  • Frame brand architecture and design brand portfolios.
  • Analyse brand extensions and related concepts.
  • Gather risks and opportunities for a brand going through a crisis.
  • Insights about managerial aspects of navigating brands in a dynamic environment.
  • Communicating brand value to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Quantifying the effects of branding activities and relating market performance to brand value.
17MarketingDigital and Social Media MarketingMK-EX117Prof. Saravana Jaikumar
  • Digital-Marketing & Social-Media can make Marketing a revenue center rather than a cost center.
  • Metrics and measurement as core tenets of new age marketing.
  • Learn how to integrate design, tech and business objectives to create an integrated communication to the target customer in the digital world.