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Sl. No.Academic GroupCourse NameCourse CodeCourse Instructor (s)Course Objectives
1Business Ethics & CommunicationBusiness EthicsBC-EX104Prof Nisigandha Bhuyan
  • Introducing students to the realm of ethics/morality and its importance to society/civilization in general and business in particular and building awareness among students and sensitizing them to the issues of ethical importance specific to their domain of education/enquiry/practice.
  • Challenging, building and strengthening students’ ethical perspectives, to develop understanding of the role of manager/leader as an ethical individual and as a professional and thereby sharpen their ethical decision making skills and to help understand the need and importance of institutionalizing ethics within the organization culture.
  • Developing an understanding of organizations’ and managers’ duty to all its stakeholder, to help students appreciate the necessity of ethical practices for sustainable growth and profitability
  • Appreciating the role of ethics in the wider context of globalization and technological advancements.
2Operations ManagementManagerial Problem SolvingOM-EX104Prof Conan Mukherjee & Prof Vishal Bansal
  • Understanding the basics of decision-making under uncertainty and to understand the usefulness of simulation and queuing modeling.
  • Learning various game theoretic modeling frameworks.
  • Studying various strategic decision-making models using Game Theory.
3Strategic ManagementInternational Business ManagementSM-EX103Prof Anirvan Pant
  • Developing a conceptual and contextual understanding of the opportunities and challenges of international business management
  • Exploring the role of competition, advantage, organization, leadership and institutions in cross-border and comparative contexts.
  • Examining the issues of international business management through the frames of decision makers as diverse as those making choices for multinational enterprises, industry associations, and as national governments.
  • Participating in the ever-evolving debate on globalization with an informed and balanced managerial point of view.
4Strategic ManagementStrategy ExecutionSM-EX102Prof Ramya T Venkateswaran
  • Introducing participants to the principles of effective strategy implementation.
  • Addressing key concepts such as the triad of strategy-people-operations;
  • Supporting activities and structures such as incentives, reviews, organizational structure, the role of leadership and organizational culture, within the context strategic change, execution failure, and other aspects of strategy implementation.
  • Emphasising on in-class simulations providing the students a first-hand experience of how their strategic decisions impact firm performance. Participants are also equipped with the essential tools and frameworks popular in strategy execution.
5Human Resource ManagementHuman Resource ManagementHR-EX101Prof Amit Dhiman & Prof Randhir Kumar
  • Gain understanding and appreciation of key Human Resource management issues in the sub streams of hiring, development, and rewarding related to human resources in an organizational context.
  • Relating their experiences with the concepts and issues discussed in the class
  • Developing critical thinking and problem solving related to human resource challenges faced inside the organizations