Management is a multidisciplinary discipline that focuses on a wide range of fields such as business, finances, marketing, economics and involves the study of basic practices of administration. All the management courses focus on enhancing the planning, execution, analysis, directing and supervising skills of the students. It involves an in-depth study about the establishment of businesses or companies and all the functional levels like finance, administration, human resources, production, marketing and sales. Most of the courses provided under this discipline are open for students from all the streams, be it science, arts or commerce. Furthermore, students opting for any of the management courses are trained in -...
Technical Skills: Includes proficiency in production tools, software, designing different products or services and analytical strategies to boost sales.
Human and Interpersonal Skills: Refers to the ability to interact and work efficiently with other members.
Decision Making: It is an important skill that involves making informed decisions for the success of projects, organizations or businesses.
Problem-Solving Skills: Involves the ability to identify, analyze, handle and solve the problems with the right set of strategies.
Management is a popular discipline for higher education as it is open to students from all streams i.e. Commerce, Science and Arts and it can be pursued at program levels.
The Study in India partner institutes offers management courses in 3 levels, namely - Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and PhD. The choice of courses depends on students and eligibility set by different institutes.
1) Undergraduate (UG)
A bachelor’s degree in management discipline is generally a full-time course with a duration of 3 years. Students can pursue it after completing their 10+2 in any stream.
2) Post-graduate (PG)
A master’s degree in management is generally a full-time course with a duration of 2 years. Students can pursue it after completing their undergraduate degrees.
PhD in any branch of management is a doctorate level degree and the students can pursue it after completing their post-graduation.
Please note, the eligibility for management courses differs across institutes. Therefore, students should check the eligibility requirements at the time of applying.
Branches of Management:
The branches provided by the Study in India partner institutes under the management discipline are mentioned in the table below.
However, some of the popular branch choices under management discipline include:
As the term aviation suggests, this branch involves the study of businesses related to the aerospace industry, airports and airlines including operations, marketing, financial accounting, public relations, sales as well as technical assistance. Students opting for a course in aviation management are trained to work in various departments such as traffic control or airport security. Furthermore, students also receive training in ground handling, fleet management, international tourism board, ticketing, hospitality and in-flight services as well.
Banking and Finance
Banking and finance management is the branch that focuses on the study of modern economics. It provides an in-depth knowledge of financial business operations, policies, stock markets, securities and the global economy. Students opting for banking and finance are taught a wide range of subjects related to the economy like:
types, roles and the day to day operations of financial institutions (such as handling of assets, advances, loans and investments)
various marketing concepts and the processing of financial services
fundamental understanding of management accounting, cost accounting and the effect on the financial decision-making process.
Business administration is the management branch that involves analysis, planning, organizing and management of all the activities related to finances and business of enterprises. Students taking up a course of business administration are trained to handle various divisions of a company including supervision of business operations, office building administration, accounting, finance, designing, quality assurance, data analysis, sales, project management, research and development as well as marketing.
Business analytics can be understood as the combination of fields like business, management, statistics and computer science. It acts as a bridge between two main components of any organization namely, management and technology. The branch of business analytics focuses on developing new business insights by bringing in a data-driven approach to the world of business through the use of data modelling and statistics. Students are taught how to analyze data about the past performance of any business to estimate future performance and make business decisions accordingly.
One of the main requirements of any business is to be able to efficiently manage their financial assets and finance is a management branch that deals with the controlling or handling of financial resources in organizations. Major areas of study include strategic financial management, corporate finance and financial accounting. Students opting for this branch are trained how to evaluate well-planned decisions in a corporate set-up, take efficient financial decisions and learn about the capital markets from a financial perspective.
The term general management refers to the overall responsibility (such as handling planning, execution, coordination, delegation and efficient decision making) of performance and growth of an organization. General management is an interdisciplinary discipline involving the study of human resource management, management information systems, tax accounting, principles of marketing, corporate finance, cost management and organizational behaviour. Students opting for general management courses are trained in functional, managerial and operational skills. This set of skills prepares them to plan, supervise, and ensure seamless coordination across all teams or departments.
In the past few years, hotel management has become a popular choice of subject for higher education. A course in hotel management is concerned with overseeing the operations of establishments providing hospitality services like hotel administration, airline, hospital, cruise lines. The main subjects of study include front office, food and beverages services, housekeeping, food and beverages production, revenue, sales and marketing as well as security.
Human Resource Management
Human resource management is concerned with a comprehensive and strategic approach to managing employees and a workplace. The key responsibilities of human resource executives or managers are to enable necessary tools, address concerns of the employees, evaluate overall work performance, talent acquisition and management, extend support to employees and maintain company culture within organizations. Students opting for a course in human resource management are taught about cross-cultural management, creating remote workforces, establishing employee policies, strategic HR leadership skills.
International business management involves the study of trade of goods or services, technology and capital across the borders, at a global level. A course in international business provides in-depth knowledge about commercial activities taking place between two or more countries, distribution facilities of the foreign markets, manufacturing process as well as research and development. The students are taught how to make and implement efficient strategies within any organization to achieve international reach.
Marketing is one of the most sought-after branches of management and it refers to the process of understanding customers and establishing a relationship with them. Effective marketing is concerned with analyzing, managing and catering to the demand of products or services and promoting it among the target audience. In a nutshell, marketing professionals help organizations to understand their consumers and develop strategies to communicate distinctive selling points of their products or services. The main areas of study under this branch include marketing principles, consumer decision making, marketing channels and creating a brand image.
Logistic and Supply Chain Management
The branch of logistics and supply chain management deals with the sourcing of raw materials needed by the companies to manufacture their products. The key responsibility of the professionals working in the field of logistics revolves around enhancing the overall supply chain performance by ensuring fast delivery. Students opting for the subject of logistic and supply chain management study about the functioning of global supply chain and e-commerce. Furthermore, they are trained in several skills like problem-solving, decision making, analysis and negotiation.
Operations management is the field of study wherein the students learn about the managing production of goods or services and how to improve the production system to ensure effective output. It forms the backbone of any organization as the operations division encompasses multiple things from designing manufacturing systems, employee training, management of inventory, supply chain management to quality control. Students opting for an operations management course are trained to handle different aspects of a business like planning, production, manufacturing, and maintenance.
After pursuing a degree in management course the students can choose from a wide range of career options and some of them are mentioned in the table below.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1) What courses/programs under management are offered by Study in India partner institutes?
Different courses across Bachelor level, Master Level & Doctorate Level are offered under the management discipline.
2) Full form of MBA, BBA, PGDM, BHM, BMS.
The full form of MBA is Master of Business Administration
The full form of BBA is Bachelor of Business Administration
The full form of PGDM is Post Graduate Diploma in Management
The full form of BHM is Bachelor of Hotel Management
The full form of BMS is Bachelor of Management Studies
3) What are the popular branches of MBA?
Some of the popular branches of MBA are Marketing, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, Finance, General Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
4) Can MBA be done after the 12th?
You need to have a Bachelor's/Undergraduate degree before applying for an MBA.
5) Can MBA be done after B.Tech?
Yes, MBA can be done after pursuing a B.Tech degree
6) Is Mathematics required for an MBA?
Generally, maths as a subject is not compulsory for students looking to pursue an MBA. However, eligibility criteria may vary from institute to institute and you are advised to confirm the same at the time of filling Study in India application. But having mathematical and analytical skills serve as an added advantage.
7) What should I study before MBA?
You should have an undergraduate degree to be able to pursue an MBA course.
8) Which MBA & BBA College is best in India?
All SII partner institutes offering BBA & MBA are quality assured as they either:
have National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accreditation of 3.26 and above, or
are ranked among the top 100 in any category except medical by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), or
have the status of Institute of National Importance (INI) or Institute of Eminence (IOE).
9) Are management courses expensive?
Fees for management courses may vary across various Study in India partner institutes. The actual fees depend upon factors like program level and the institute you choose to pursue your course from. Therefore, you should check the same at the time of applying.
10) Is there any entrance examination to apply for management courses?
Examinations such a GMAT or GRE are the additional requirements that may be asked by some of the Study in India partner institutes. The same can be verified at the time of applying.
11) What is the duration of the management courses?
The duration of management courses depends on different program levels. For undergraduate courses, it is 3 years, for post-graduate courses, it ranges between 1-2 years and for doctorate courses, it ranges from 3-6 years.
12) Who all are eligible to do management courses?
The minimum eligibility requirement for pursuing a UG degree is 10+2 (higher secondary) in any stream, for a PG degree, it is graduation and for a Doctorate degree, it is masters. However, you can check the specific eligibility criteria for each institute at the time of applying.
13) Top 10 career options after pursuing a management course?
Human Resource Executive
14) What is the GMAT test/exam?
The Graduate Management Assessment Test, abbreviated as GMAT, is a standardized test recognized by the Graduate Management Admission Council and serves as an additional requirement for MBA courses. At the time of applying, you can check whether the institute is asking for the same or not.
15) Is BBA/MBA offered by public/government institutes too?
Yes, BBA/MBA is offered by both public & private institutes under Study in India partner institutes
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