Life Sciences

M.Sc (Biotechnology)

M.Sc. Biotechnology

Eligibility for admission: Candidates with Bachelor's Degree in Science including Agricultural, Pharmacy, Chemical Engineering, Medicine, Veterinary, Dairy, Fisheries, Horticulture, Forestry from any University recognized by UGC / ICAR / AICTE / Medical Council with an aggregate minimum of 55% (50% in case of SC/ST) or equivalent grade.

Scheme & Credit pattern
Credit Based Choice Based Continuous Evaluation Pattern System
SCHEME OF THE STUDY

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO
SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Sc. BIOTECHNOLOGY DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

Semesters Hardcore Softcore Open elective Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I semester 04 14 02 06 - - 06 20
II semester 04 14 02 06 01 04 07 24
III semester 04 14 02 06 - - 06 20
IV semester 01 09 01 03 - - 02 12
Total 13 51 09 21 01 04 21 76

 

Course Type Credits
Hard Core Minimum credits 42 and maximum credits 52
Soft Core Minimum credits 16
Open Elective Minimum credits 04
Total 76

 

Semester-I Credits: 20  
SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 HC Bioanalytical Techniques 3
2 HC Microbiology 3
3 HC Biochemistry 3
4 HC Practical-1 (Bioanalytical Techniques, Microbiology, Biochemistry) 5
Select 2 among 3
5 SC Cancer Biology 3
6 SC Food & Environmental Biotechnology 3
7 SC Biostatistics & Bioinformatics 3

 

Semester-II Credits: 24    
SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 HC Molecular Biology 3
2 HC Genetic Engineering 3
3 HC Immunotechnology 3
4 HC Practical-2 (Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering, Immunotechnology) 5
  Select 2 among 3
6 SC Molecular Genetics 3
7 SC Genomics & Proteomics 3
8 SC Cell Biology and Cellular Signalling 3
9 OE

Biotechnology and its applications(For other discipline students)

3

 

Semester-III Credits: 20  
SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 HC Plant Biotechnology 3
2 HC Animal Biotechnology 3
3 HC Bioprocess Technology 3
4 HC Practical-3 (Plant and Animal Biotechnology, Bioprocess Technology) 5
    Select 2 among 3
5 SC Molecular Diagnostics 3
6 SC Natural Products &Drug Discovery 3
7 SC Nanobiotechnology 3
8 SC Molecular Diagnostics 3

 

Semester-IV Credits: 12  
SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 SC Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine 3
2 SC Molecular Plant Pathology 3
3 HC Project work/Dissertation* 9

Additional Softcores

SL.NO   TITLE OF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 SC Bioentrepreneurship 3
2 SC Seed Health and Diagnostics 3

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M.Sc (Biochemistry)

M.Sc. Biochemistry

Eligibility for admission: Students of Bachelors of Science degree from any UGC recognized Universities in life science subjects with Chemistry or Biochemistry as major subjects are eligible. Students from Foreign National degree will apply through equivalence committee. Minimum percentage of marks is as prescribed by the University of Mysore regulations for admission ie., 45% for general category and 5% relaxation for SC/ST students.

Scheme & Credit pattern
Credit Based Choice Based Continuous Evaluation Pattern System
SCHEME OF THE STUDY

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO
SUCCESSFULLY
COMPLETE M.Sc. BIOCHEMISTRY DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

Semesters Hard Core Soft Core Open Elective Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I semester 04 15 02 06 - - 06 21
II semester 03 11 02 06 01 04 06 21
III semester 03 12 02 06 - - 06 18
IV semester 02 13 01 03 - - 03 16
Total 12 51 07 21 01 04 21 76

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO
SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Sc., DEGREE IN BIOCHEMISTRY FOR FOUR SEMESTERS

Course Type Credits
Hard Core Minimum credits 42 and maximum credits 52
Soft Core Minimum credits 16
Open Elective Minimum credits 04
Total 76

Semester-I Credits: 21

SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1  HC Bioorganic and Bioinorganic

Chemistry

3
2  HC Biochemical Techniques 3
3  HC Biophysical Techniques 3
4 HC Practical 1: Biochemical Techniques and seminar 6
Select 2 among 3
5 SC Biomolecules 3
6 SC Membrane Biology 3
7 SC Physiology and Nutrition 3

Semester-II Credits: 21

NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1  HC Enzymology 3
2 HC Amino acid and Protein Metabolism 3
3 HC Practical- 2: Experiments in Enzymology and metabolism

seminar.

5
Select 2 among 3
4 SC Carbohydrate metabolism 3
5 SC Lipid Metabolism 3
6 SC Plant Biochemistry 3
7  SC Dissertation 2
8 OE Clinical Diagnosis in Health and Disease 3

Semester-III Credits: 18

NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 HC Immunology 3
2 HC Cell Biology 3
3 HC Practical-3: Experiments in Immunology and Clinical Biochemistry and  seminar 6
    Select 2 among 3
SC Nucleic acid metabolism 3
4 SC Clinical Biochemistry 3
5 SC Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics 3
6 OE Fundamentals of Biochemistry Carbohydrate metabolism 2

Semester-IV Credits: 16

SL.NO   TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER CODE PAPER
1 HC Molecular Biology 3
2   Practical-4: Experiments in

Molecular Biology and seminar

4
3 HC Practical-5: Project Work 6
      Select 2 among 3
4 SC Genetics and Gene regulation 3
5 SC Genetic Engineering 3
6 SC Biotechnology 3
7 SC Biostatistics 3
8 SC Clinical Diagnosis in Health and Disease 4

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M.Sc (Microbiology)

M.Sc. Microbiology

Eligibility criteria for admission: B.Sc. with Microbiology as one of the Major/ Optional subjects from University of Mysore or any other University equivalent thereto; 45% for general category and 5% relaxation for SC/ST students.

Scheme & Credit pattern
Credit Based Choice Based Continuous Evaluation Pattern System
SCHEME OF THE STUDY

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO
SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Sc. MICROBIOLOGY DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

Semesters Hardcore Softcore Open elective Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I semester 3 12 3 08 06 20
II semester 2 08 3 08 1 04 06 20
III semester 3 12 3 08 06 20
IV semester 2 12 2 04 04 16
Total 10 44 11 28 1 04 22 76

 

Course Type Credits
Hard Core Minimum credits 42 and maximum credits 52
Soft Core Minimum credits 16
Open Elective Minimum credits 04
Total 76

Semester-I Credits: 20

SL.NO PAPER CODE TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER
1 HC Virology 4
2 HC Bacteriology 4
3 HC Mycology 4
Select 3 among 4 papers
4 SC Microbial Genetics 4
5 SC Microbial Ecology & Diversity 4
6 SC Practical I(Virology & Bacteriology) 2
7 SC     Practical II (Mycology & Microbial Genetics) 2

Semester-II Credits: 20

SL.NO PAPER CODE TITLEOF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER
1 HC Microbial Physiology 4
2 HC Immunology 4
Select 3 among 4 papers
3 SC Food Microbiology
4  SC Soil Microbiology 4
5  SC Practical III(Microbial Physiology & Immunology) 2
6 SC Practical IV (Food Microbiology) 2
7 OE Microbial Diversity 4

Semester-III Credits: 20

SL.NO PAPER CODE TITLE OF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER
1 HC Molecular Biology 4
2 HC Genetic Engineering 4
3 HC Industrial Microbiology 4
Select 3 among 4 papers
4 SC Medical Microbiology 4
5 SC Clinical & Diagnostic 4
6 SC Practical V (Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering) 2
7 SC Practical VI(Industrial Microbiology & Medical Microbiology) 2
8 OE Techniques in Microbiology 2

Semester-IV Credits: 16

SL.NO PAPER CODE TITLE OF THE COURSE CREDITS
PAPER
1 HC Agricultural Microbiology 4
Select 2 among 3 papers
2 SC Environmental Microbiology 2
3 SC Genomics & Proteomics 2
4  SC Practical VII (Agricultural Microbiology & Environmental Microbiology) 2
5  HC Project Work 8

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M.Sc. (Botany)

M.Sc. Botany

Eligibility criteria for admission: Candidates possessing a B.Sc. with Botany as a Major /Optional subject and degree from UGC recognized  University. Candidates applying for admission to M.Sc. Botany must be a graduate and must have obtained a minimum of 45% (40% in case of SC/ ST and Category-I candidates).

Scheme & Credit pattern Credit Based Choice Based Continuous Evaluation Pattern System SCHEME OF THE STUDY

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Sc. BOTANY DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

Semesters Hardcore Softcore Open elective Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I semester 3 14 2 08 05 22
II semester 3 12 2 06 1 04 06 22
III semester 3 12 1 04 04 16
IV semester 2 12 1 04 03 16
Total 11 50 6 22 1 04 18 76

 

Course Type Credits
Hard Core Total 50
Soft Core Total 22
Open Elective Minimum 04
Total 76

Semester-I Credits: 22

SL.No. Paper code Title of the Course Credit
01 HC Virology, Bacteriology, Mycology and Plant Pathology 4
02 HC Phycology, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes  and  Gymnosperms 4
03 HC Systematics  of Angiosperms* 4+2=6
Select 2 of 4
04 SC Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 4
05 SC Algal Biology and Biotechnology 4
06 SC Lichenology and Mycorrhizal Technology 4
07 SC Phytopathology 4

*Field Study/Tour: The student shall undertake a field trip for a minimum of 2-3 days and shall submit the herbaria and tour report for evaluation-2 credits.

Semester-II Credits: 22

SL.No Core Title of the Course Credit
01 HC Reproductive Biology of Angiosperms and Plant Morphogenesis 4
02 HC Cell Biology and Genetics 4
03 HC Plant Breeding and Evolutionary Biology 4
Select 2 of 3
04 SC Plant Anatomy and Histochemistry 3
05 SC Ethno-Botany and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) 3
06 SC Economic Botany 3
07 OE Medicinal Plants 4

Semester III, Credits: 16

SL.No. Core Title of the Course Credit
01 HC Biochemistry and Plant Physiology 4
02 HC Molecular Biology 4
03 HC Plant Biotechnology 4
Select 1 from 4
04 SC Molecular Genetics of Plants 4
05 SC Molecular Plant Pathology 4
06 SC Plant Propagation and Plant Breeding 4
07 SC Phyto-chemistry and Herbal Technology 4
08 OE Plant Propagation Techniques 4

Semester IV, Credits: 16

Sl.No Core Title of the Course Credit
01 HC Ecology, Conservation Biology and Phytogeography 4
02 HC Project Work 8
Select 1 from 3
03 SC Seed Technology 4
04 SC Seed Pathology 4
05 SC Bio -Analytical  Techniques 4
06 OE Plant Diversity and Human Welfare 4

Project Work: The student shall undertake a Project Work in the Department or in any other University or Institute under the guidance of a Research Supervisor and shall submit a Project Report duly signed by Student and Research Supervisor for Evaluation

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Chemistry

Chemistry

The Department of Studies in Chemistry came into existence in the year 2012. The Department is striving to be recognized as a leader for offering societal relevant innovative Post Graduate education. It endeavors to build and enhance the capabilities of the future generation by providing quality education. The curriculum exposes the young graduates to the recent and applied knowledge of interdisciplinary branches of Chemistry. The students are given strong preparation to crack competitive exams and motivated to pursue Ph. D and higher professional programs.

Eligibility for Admission

B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the Major/ Optional subject, provided the candidate has studied Mathematics as one of the optional subject in the Two Year P.U.C. or equivalent

Master’s Degree Program in Chemistry

 Credits to be earned  76
 Core papers  52 credits
 Soft core  20 credits
 Open elective paper*  04 credits

*Open elective shall be entirely from different discipline of study

Credit matrix for Master’s Degree Program in Chemistry

 Credits to be earned  I  II  III  IV  Total Credits
 Hard Core 15 15  09  13  52 credits
 Soft Core  04  04  08  04  20 credits
 Open elective  -  04  -  -  04 credits
 Total  19  23  17  17  76

 

Scheme of Study and Examination
First Semester
Hard Core

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CHI HCT: 1.1.

 

Concepts and Models of Inorganic Chemistry + Inorganic

Chemistry Practicals-I

02+04

04

CHO HCT: 1.2.

 

Reaction Mechanism
+ Organic Chemistry
Practicals-I

02+04

04

CHP HCT: 1.3.

 

Physical Chemistry-I +
Physical Chemistry
Practicals-I

02+04

04

CHG HCT: 1.4.

 

Symmetry, Group
Theory and Chemical
Spectroscopy

03

03

Note: For all Composite Courses, Theory will be evaluated for 100 marks and Practical for 100 marks separately and the average will be taken for the result declaration.

Soft Core

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CHA SCT: 1.51.

 

Fundamentals of
Chemical Analysis +
Analytical Chemistry Practicals-I

02+04

04

CHI SCT: 1.52.

 

Chemistry of Selected
Elements

02

02

CHO SCT: 1.53.

 

Vitamins and
Medicinal Chemistry

02

02

CHP SCT: 1.54.

 

Biophysical Chemistry
and Pharmacokinetics

02

02

SECOND SEMESTER
HARD CORE

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CHI HCT: 2.1.

 

Coordination
Chemistry + Inorganic
Chemistry Practicals-II

02+04

04

CHO HCT: 2.2.

 

Stereochemistry and
Heterocyclic
Chemistry + Organic
Chemistry Practicals-II

02+04

04

CHP HCT: 2.3.

 

Physical Chemistry-II
+ Physical Chemistry
Practicals-II

02+04

04

CHG HCT: 2.4. Molecular

Spectroscopy-II

03

03

SOFT CORE

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CHA SCT: 2.51

 

Separation Techniques
+ Analytical
Chemistry Practicals-II

02+04

04

CHI SCT: 2.52. Industrial Inorganic
Chemistry

02

02

CHO SCT: 2.53. Dyes and Insecticides

02

02

CHP SCT: 2.54.

 

Nanomaterials,
Semiconductors and
Superconductors

02

02

OPEN ELECTIVE (for Non-Chemistry Students only)

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CH OET: 2.1/3.1. Chemistry

04

center;
CH OET: 2.2/3.2.

General Chemistry

04

04

Note: Each course will have three units and one tutorial class/week

 

THIRD SEMESTER
HARD CORE

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A

B

C

D

CHI HCT: 3.1. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

03

03

CHO HCT: 3.2. Reagents in Organic Synthesis

03

03

CHP HCT: 3.3. Physical Chemistry-III

03

03

SOFT CORE
COMPOSITE

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;

A B C D
CHA SCT: 3.41. Applied Analysis I + Analytical Chemistry Practicals-III 02+04 04
CHI SCT: 3.42. Frontiers in Inorganic Chemistry + Inorganic Chemistry Practicals- II 02+04 04
CHO SCT: 3.43 Carbohydrates, Proteins and Nucleic Acids + Organic Chemistry Practicals-III 02+04 04
CHP SCT: 3.44. Applications of Electrochemistry and Corrosion + Physical Chemistry Practical -III 02+04 04
NON-COMPOSITE
A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;
A B C D
CHI SCT: 3.42 Bioinorganic Photochemistry 02 02
CHOSCT: 3.52. Lipids, Porphyrins, Anthocyanins and Flavonoids 02 02
CHP SCT: 3.53. Applications of X-ray crystallography and Quantum Chemistry 02 02

OPEN ELECTIVE

All the courses are same as that described in II Semester

 

FOURTH SEMESTER
HARD CORE

A: Courses; B: Title; C: Contact Hours/week; D: Credit;
A B C D
CHI HCT: 4.1. Bioinorganic Chemistry 03 03
CHO HCT: 4.2. Photochemistry, Pericyclic Reactions and Organometallic Chemistry 03 03
CHP HCT: 4.3. Physical Chemistry-IV 03 03

SOFT CORE
All the courses are same as that described in III Semester

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Commerce

Master of Commerce (M.Com)

 Master of Commerce

The M.Com is a full time 4 semester course.  The curriculum is designed by considering the requirements of the industries. In the last one decade of existence of the department our students have made a mark in their academic activities and careers.

Eligibility for Admission:

The candidate who has passed B.COM/BBM/BBA of University of Mysore or any other recognized university considered as equivalent there to, with a minimum of 45% aggregate marks in the qualifying examination. A relaxation of 5% is available for SC/ST and Cat-I candidates. Intake is limited to 60 seats in a year.

M.Com Course structure (CBCS)

Minimum Credits Required for M.Com Degree

 

I – IV

Semester s

Hard Core Course

Soft Core Course

Open Elective Course

Total

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

Number s

Credit s

11

44

8

32

1

4

20

80

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE REGISTERED BY A STUDENT IN A NORMAL PHASE TO SUCESSFULLY COMPLETE M.Com DEGREE IN FOUR SEMESTERS

 

 

Hard Core Course

Soft Core Course

Open Elective Course

Total

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

Numbers

Credits

I

4

16

1

4

5

20

II

3

12

1

4

1

4

5

20

III

2

8

3

12

5

20

IV

2

8

3

12

5

20

Total

11

44

8

32

1

4

20

80

 FIRST SEMESTER

Sl.No.

Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/ Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L

T

P

Total

HC01

Accounting Theory

HC

3

1

0

4

 

HC02

Corporate Governance And Business Ethics

HC

3

1

0

4

HC03

Financial Management

HC

3

1

0

4

HC04

Marketing Management

HC

3

1

0

4

SC01

Business Policy and Environment

SC

3

1

0

4

SC02

Statistics for Business Decisions

SC

3

1

0

4

SC03

Advanced Auditing

SC

3

1

0

4

SECOND SEMESTER

 Sl. No.

 Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L T P Total

HC05

Capital Market Instruments

HC

3

1

0

4

HC06

Human Resource Management

HC

3

1

0

4

HC07

Organizational Behavior

HC

3

1

0

4

SC04

Computer Applications in Commerce

SC

3

1

0

4

SC05

Strategic Management

SC

3

1

0

4

OE01

Stock Markets and Investment Decisions

OE

3

1

0

4

THIRD SEMESTER

 Sl.No.

Title of the Course

Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L

T

P

Total

HC08

Business Research Methods

HC

3

1

0

4

HC09

International Business

HC

3

1

0

4

SC06

Management of Social Enterprises

SC

3

1

0

4

SC07

Portfolio Management

SC

3

1

0

4

SC08

Entrepreneurship Development

SC

3

1

0

4

 

SC09

Elective Group A:Business Taxation

Paper1:Goods And Services Tax And Customs Duty

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC10

Elective Group B : Financial Accounting

Paper 1: Contemporary Areas of Financial Accounting

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

 

SC11

Elective Group C: Financial Management

Paper1 : Strategic Financial Management

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC12

Elective Group D:HumanResource Management

Paper1:Strategic

Management of Human Resources

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

SC13

Elective Group E:Management

Accounting

Paper1:Marginal Costing and Decision Making

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

FOURTH SEMESTER

Sl.No.  Title of the Course Hard Core/ Soft Core/

Open Elective

 

Number of Credits

L T P Total
HC10 International Accounting

HC

3 1 0

4

HC11 Operations Research

HC

3 1 0

4

SC14 Foreign Exchange Management

SC

3 1 0

4

SC15 International Financial Management

SC

3 1 0

4

SC16 Project Work

SC

3 1 0

4

 

SC17

Elective Group A:Business Taxation

Paper 2:Corporate Tax Law and Planning

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC18

Elective Group B: Financial Accounting

Paper 2:International Financial Reporting Standards

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC19

Elective Group C: Financial Management

Paper 2: Financial Derivatives

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

 

 

SC20

Elective Group D: Human Resource Management

Paper 2: International Human Resource Management

 

 

SC

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

SC21

Elective Group E:

Management Accounting

Paper 2: Cost Management

 

SC

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

4

ELECTIVE GROUPS:

Any TWO groups from the available electives shall be selected by students at the commencement of the Semester. Once groups have been selected, no change in the selected groups will be allowed later. The department will announce at the end of the second semester, elective groups which will be offered during III and IV semesters depending on the availability of faculty members and the demand for electives.

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Certificate and Diploma in E - Commerce

The Department of Studies in Commerce is offering value added Certificate and Diploma in e-commerce programme with the objectives,

  • To gain knowledge and understanding the theories and concepts underlying in  e-commerce
  • To apply e-commerce theory and concepts to what e-marketers are doing in "the real world".
  • To improve familiarity with current challenges and issues in e-
  • To prepare students to exploit opportunities in the field of Ecommerce in the corporate sector.

Eligibility: An applicant seeking admission to certificate and diploma course shall have any Degree or equivalent from the recognized university.

Course Structure

Certificate in E-Commerce

Courses

C1 + C2 Final exam

Marks

Total

Marks

Lecture hour per week Practical Hour per week Total No of Credits

I semester

 

Introduction to E-Commerce

30 70 100 5 -

5

II Semester

World Wide Web  and HTML

 

30 70 100

 

4 1

5

Diploma in E-Commerce

Courses

C1 + C2 Final exam

Marks

Total

Marks

Lecture hour per week Practical Hour per week Total No of Credits

I semester

 

Introduction to E-Commerce

30 70 100 5 -

5

II Semester

World Wide Web  and HTML

 

30 70 100 4 1

5

III semester

E- CRM and Branding

30 70 100 5 -

5

IV Semester

Visual Programming

30 70 100 4 1

5

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Computer Science

MCA

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA)

The MCA programme is accredited by AICTE.

Click Here to download AICTE Letter of Approval and subsequent Extension of Approvals.

A candidate has to earn a minimum of 112 credits, for successful completion of a Master’s degree with a distribution of credits for different courses as given in the following table.

Course Type Credits
Hard Core 60
Soft Core A minimum of 40, but not exceeding 48
Open Elective A minimum of 4, but not exceeding 12

Lateral entry students must earn a minimum of 76 credits, for successful completion of a Master’s degree with a distribution of credits for different courses as given in the following table.

Course Type Credits
Hard Core 40
Soft Core A minimum of 28, but not exceeding 32
Open Elective A minimum of 4, but not exceeding 8

Every course including project work, practical work, field work, seminar, self study elective should be entitled as hard core or soft core or open elective by the BoS concerned.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR M.C.A

  • Admission to MCA courses shall be open for candidates who possess following qualification: Candidates who have passed the Bachelor’s degree examinations with not less than 50% of the marks in the aggregate of all the years of the Degree examinations. However, in the case of candidates from Karnataka belonging to SC/ST and Category-I, the aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examinations shall not be less than 45%.
  • The candidate shall have passed Bachelor Degree with not less than 50% of marks with Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Science / Computer Programming / Computer Application / Business Mathematics / Business Statistics as one of the optional or electives at degree level.
  • Provided further that in respect of candidates who have studied and passed one of the subjects specified in the first provision in the Pre University course with 50% of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission.
  • However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and Category-I, 45% of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission. The BCA graduates with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/Cat I candidates) are eligible to direct admission to 2nd year of MCA through KEA Counseling.

LIST OF HARD CORE COURSES:

Sl.No Courses Credit Pattern [L:T:P] Subject Code
1. C Programming 3:0:1 19BH01
2. Discrete Mathematical Structures 3:1:0 19BH02
3. Operating System 3:1:0 19BH03
4. Fundamentals of Data Structures 3:0:1 19BH04
5. Database Management System 3:0:1 19BH05
6. Object Oriented Programming with C++ 3:0:1 19BH06
7. Advanced Software Engineering 3:1:0 19BH07
8. Java Programming 3:0:1 19BH08
9. Web Programming 2:0:2 19BH09
10. Analysis and  Design  of Algorithms 2:1:1 19BH10
11. Python Programming 3:0:1 19BH11
12. Linux Programming 3:0:1 19BH12
13. Dissertation Work 0:2:10 19BH13

LIST OF SOFTCORE COURSES

Sl.No Courses Credit Pattern [L:T:P] Subject Code
1. Computer Organisation and Architecture 4:0:0 19BS01
2. Computer Graphics 2:1:1 19BS02
3. Data Communication and Networks 3:1:0 19BS03
4. Fundamentals of IoT Technology 3:1:0 19BS04
5. Communication Skills 3:1:0 19BS05
6. Mobile Application Development with Android 2:1:1 19BS06
7. Cloud Computing 3:1:0 19BS07
8. Advanced Java 2:1:1 19BS08
9. Machine Learning 2:1:1 19BS09
10. Graph Theory 3:1:0 19BS10
11. Distributed Computing 3:1:0 19BS11
12. Numerical Algorithms 3:0:1 19BS12
13. Probability and Statistics 3:1:0 19BS13
14. Theory of Languages and Automata 2:1:1 19BS14
15. Digital Image Processing 3:0:1 19BS15
16. Cryptography and Network Security 3:1:0 19BS16
17. C# Programming 3:0:1 19BS17
18. Operations Research 3:1:0 19BS18
19. System Software 3:0:1 19BS19
20. System Analysis and Design 3:1:0 19BS20
21. Information Retrieval 3:0:1 19BS21
22. Big Data Analytics 2:1:1 19BS22
23. Information Systems Management 3:1:0 19BS23
24. E – Commerce 3:1:0 19BS24
25. Simulation and Modeling 3:0:1 19BS25
26. Artificial Intelligence 3:1:0 19BS26
27. Pattern Recognition 2:1:1 19BS27
28. Entrepreneurship Development 3:1:0 19BS28
29. Cyber Security and Forensic Development 3:1:0 19BS29
30. Values and Ethics 3:1:0 19BS30
31. Mobile Communication 3:1:0 19BS31

 

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M.Sc. (Computer Science)

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE [M.Sc. (CS)]

The M.Sc. (Computer Science) course is approved by the University of Mysore. It is a four semester programme.The first three semesters will have both theory and practical components. The last semester (fourth semester) is exclusively for project work. The department is well-equipped with state –of-the-art lab and highly qualified faculty members.

Admission Criteria For M.Sc.(CS)

The M.Sc. (Computer Science) course is approved by the University of Mysore. It is a four semester programme. The first three semesters will have both theory and practical components. The last semester (fourth semester) is exclusively for project work. The department is well-equipped with state –of-the-art lab and highly qualified faculty members.

The candidates who have passed B.Sc. with Computer Science/Computer Applications/Vocational computer Applications/Computer Maintenance/Computer Systems as an optional course/BCA with minimum 45% marks in cognate subject and should have also studied Mathematics as a major or a minor subject are eligible (relaxed to 40% of SC, ST and Category 1 Candidates). The candidates should have also studied Mathematics as a major or a minor subject in their B.Sc./BCA degree. The definition of the minimum percentage is as prescribed by the University of Mysore from time to time.

Overall Course Structure

To obtain M.Sc in Computer Science, a candidate has to complete a total of 76 credits by studying various courses of different categories as mentioned below.

Core Courses

To obtain M.Sc in Computer Science, a candidate has to complete a total of 76 credits by studying various courses of different categories as mentioned below.

A course which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core- requirement is termed as a Core course. A Core course may be a Soft Core if there is a choice or an option for the candidate to choose a course from a pool of courses from the main discipline / subject of study or from a sister/related discipline / subject which supports the main discipline / subject. In contrast to the phrase Soft Core, a compulsory core course is called a Hard Core Course.

Scheme and Syllabi for M.Sc.(Computer Science) - 2019-20

I Semester

Sl No Course Title Type Credit Pattern [ L : T : P ]
01 Discrete Mathematical Structures HC 3:1:0
02 Advanced Data Structures HC 3:1:0
03 Data Communication HC 4:0:0
Soft Core Courses (Choose at most 2 Courses)
01 Java Programming SC 3:0:1
02 Operating Systems SC 3:1:0
03 Principles of Programming and Problem Solving SC 3:0:1
04 Communication Skills SC 4:0:0
05 Computer Architecture SC 4:0:0
06 Numerical Algorithms SC 4:0:0

II Semester

Sl No Course Title Type Credit Pattern [ L : T : P ]
01 Design And Analysis of Algorithms HC 2:1:1
02 Computer Networks HC 3:1:0
03 Data Base Management Systems HC 3:0:1
Soft Core Courses (Choose at most 2 Courses)
01 System Software SC 3:0:1
02 Computer Graphics SC 2:1:1
03 Professional Ethics and Values SC 3:1:0
04 Pattern Recognition SC 3:1:0
05 Web Technologies SC 3:0:1
World Wide Web OE 2:2:0

III Semester

Sl No Course Title Type Credit Pattern [ L : T : P ]
01 Theory of Languages HC 3:1:0
02 Python Programming HC 3:0:1
03 Software Engineering HC 3:1:0
Soft Core Courses (Choose at most 2 Courses)
01 Artificial Intelligence SC 3:1:0
02 Digital Image Processing SC 3:0:1
03 C# Programming SC 3:0:1
04 Android Programming SC 3:1:0
05 Big Data Analytics SC 3:1:0
E-Commerce OE 3:1:0

IV Semester

Sl No Course Title Type Credit Pattern [ L : T : P ]
01 Dissertation HC 0:2:10
Soft Core Courses (Choose at most 2 Courses)
01 Compiler Construction SC 3:1:0
02 Advanced Data Base Management System SC 2:1:1
03 Data Mining SC 3:1:0
Office Automation OE 2:2:0

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Business Administration

MBA

MBA Programme Structure and Syllabi
Minimum Credits required for MBA Degree

I to IV Semesters Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Elective Course (E) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Number Credits Numbers Credits
16 62 04 06 07 21 27 89

Minimum Credits to be registered by a student in a normal phase to successfully complete
MBA degree in four semesters

Semesters Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Elective Course (E) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Number Credits Numbers Credits
I 06 23 01 01 00 00 07 24
II 05 20 02 04 00 00 07 24
III 03 10 01 01 03 09 07 20
IV 02 09 00 00 04 12 06 21
Total 16 62 04 06 07 21 27 89

Semester - I

Sl.No Title of the Course

Core/Foundation

L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Principles and Practices of Management Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
02 Organizational Behaviour Core 3: 0 : 1 4 5
03 Corporate Economics Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
04 Accounting for Managers Core 3 : 1 : 0 4 5
05 Business Communication Core 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
06 Statistics for Management Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
07 Computer Applications in Management F 0 : 0 : 1 1 2
08 Skill Development Program-1 F 0 : 0 : 1 1

A Student shall choose any one Foundation Course

Semester - II

Sl.No Title of the Course

Core/Foundation

L:T:P CREDIT Teaching hour per week
01 Marketing Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Human Resource Management Core 3:0:1 4 4
03 Corporate Finance Core 3:0:1 4 5
04 Business Research Methods Core 3:0:1 4 5
05 Production and Operation Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
06 Legal aspects of Business F 2:0:1 3 4
07 Skill Development Program-2 F 0:0:1 1

 Semester - III

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/ Foundation/ Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Total Quality Management Core 2:0:2 4 6
03 Elective 1 E 2:0:1 3 4
04 Elective 2 E 2:0:1 3 4
05 Elective 3 E 2:0:1 3 4
06 Business Familiarization Report Core 0:0:2 2
07 Skill Development Program-3 F 0:0:1 1

Electives: Group - I

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Consumer Behavior Elective – I 2:0:1 3 4
02 Sales and Logistics Management Elective – II 2:0:1 3 4
03 Advertising and Sales Promotion Management Elective – III 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - II

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Financial Management Elective – I 2:0:1 3 4
02 Financial Markets and Service Elective – II 2:0:1 3 4
03 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Elective - III 2:0:1 3 4

 Electives: Group - III

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
1 Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness Elective – I 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
2 Elective – II 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
3 Training & Development Elective - III 2 : 0 : 1 3 4

 Semester - IV

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Event Management Core 1:0:2 3 5
02 Elective 4 E 2:0:1 3 4
03 Elective 5 E 2:0:1 3 4
04 Elective 6 E 2:0:1 3 4
05 Elective 7 E 2:0:1 3 4
06 Project C 0:0:6 6

Electives: Group - IV

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Brand Management Elective - IV 2:0:1 3 4
02 Industrial Marketing Elective - V 2:0:1 3 4
03 Services Marketing Elective - VI 2:0:1 3 4
04 International Marketing Elective - VII 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - V

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Merger and Acquisition Elective - IV 2:0:1 3 4
02 Derivatives Elective - V 2:0:1 3 4
03 International Finance Elective - VI 2:0:1 3 4
04 Taxation Elective - VII 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - VI

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Human Resource Management Elective - IV 3 : 0 : 0 3 3
02 Industrial Labour Legislation Elective - V 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
03 Industrial Relations Elective - VI 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
04 Managing Knowledge Workers Elective - VII 3 : 0 : 0 3 3

 

*L = Lecture – 1 hour of lecture per week in a semester  = 1 Credit
S/T/FW = Seminars/Tutorials/Field Work – 2 Hours of seminars/tutorial /field work per week    in a semester  = 1 Credit
P = Practicals – 2 hours of practicals per week in a semester = 1 Credit

** Elective Groups:

Any one group from the available Elective Groups shall be selected by a student at the commencement of III Semester. Once a group has been selected, no change in the selected group will be allowed later in the fourth semester. The Department will announce at the end of the second semester, any one or more Elective Groups which will be offered during III and IV semesters depending upon the availability of faculty members and the demand for elective groups. An Elective Group can be offered if there are minimum ten students opting for that group.

***A student shall register for Business Familiarization Report in third semester which carries 2 credits. In the fourth-semester project work must be carried out for preparing the final project work report which carries 6 credits.

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MBA (CSR)

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

This is a four Semester specialized programme affiliated to University of Mysore

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Duration: 2 Years
  • Recognition: MBA in CSR Course is affiliated to university of Mysore
  • Intake: 60

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Minimum 50 percent marks in any Bachelor’s Degree. (45% For SC/ST)
  • A pass in the entrance test conducted by PBMMEC, Mysore.

DEPARTMENT OF STUDIES IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN
 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
MBA in CSR Course Structure and Syllabi
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM- 2019 – 2020
Minimum Credits required for MBA in CSR Degree

I to IV

Semesters

Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
24 86 03 03 27 89

 

Minimum Credits to be registered by a student in a normal phase to successfully complete MBA in CSR degree in four semesters

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Semesters Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I 06 23 01 01 07 24
II 06 22 01 01 07
III 06 20 01 01 07 21
IV 06 21 00 00 06 21
Total 24 86 03 03 27 89

 Semester - I

Sl.No Title of the Course

Core/Foundation

L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Principles and Practices of Management Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
02 Organizational Behaviour Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
03 Corporate Economics Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
04 Fundamentals of CSR Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
05 Business Communication Core 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
06 Statistics for Management Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
*07 Computer Applications in Management Foundation 0 : 0 : 1 1 2
*08 Skill Development Program-1 Foundation 0 : 0 : 1 1 2

 Semester - II

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/ Foundation L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Marketing Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Human Resource Management Core 2:0:1 3 4
03 Corporate Accounting 3:0:1 4 5
04 Business Research Methods Core 3:0:1 4 5
05 Corporate Governance & Ethics Core 3:0:1 4 5
06 Management of NGOs, Corporate Foundations Core 2:0:1 3 4
*07 Management Information Systems Foundation 0:0:1 1 2
*08 Skill Development Program-2 Foundation 0:0:1 1 2

*Any one foundation courses from the available foundation courses shall be selected by a student at the commencement of I and II Semesters. The Department Council/Affiliated College will announce at the beginning of the first and second semesters, any two or more foundation courses which will be offered during I and II semesters depending upon the availability of faculty and the demand for foundation courses. The minimum number of students opting for a foundation course should be twenty.

Semester - III

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/ Foundation L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Total Quality Management Core 2:0:2 4 6
03 Social Development Issues & Challenges Core 2:0:1 3 4
04 Environmental Law & Audit Core 2:0:1 3 4
05 Certification Programme Core 2:0:1 3 4
06 Business Familiarization Report Core 0:0:3 3
07 Skill Development Program-3 Foundation 0:0:1 1 2

 Semester - IV

Sl.No Title of the Course Core L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Entrepreneurship Development Core 1:0:2 3 5
02 Brand Management  & CSR Core 2:0:1 3 4
03 International Business and CSR Core 2:0:1 3 4
04 CSR Accounting Auditing & Reporting Core 2:0:1 3 4
05 Sustainability & Stakeholder Management Core 2:0:1 3 4
06 Project Core 0:0:6 6

*L = Lecture – 1 hour of lecture per week in a semester    =  1 credit
S/T/FW = Seminars/Tutorials/Field Work – 2 hours of seminars/tutorial/field work per week per week in a semester   = 1 credit
P = Practicals – 2 hours of practicals per week per week in a semester  = 1 credit

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Social Work

MSW

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK

Social Work is a relatively young discipline among Social Sciences. It is a help rendering Profession. Social Work teaches the art and science of rendering help to people in need of such help. Its philosophical premise is that Every Individual is worthy and capable. This profession is most suited for all those who are interested in bringing a difference among the people, society and the world around them.

The MSW programme offered by the SBRR Mahajana First Grade College PG Wing aims to train young graduates in the art and science of Social Work discipline. The two years, four semester course is a combination of theory and field work components. The department of Social Work, through its professional training in field work and application of theory into practice facilitates its students to become competent professional social workers who can be readily absorbed by the job market. The student can also pursue M. Phil and Doctoral programme after the completion of the MSW programme. The opening for the trained social workers are in varied fields such as Industries, Hospitals, Communities, Correctional settings, Governmental welfare sectors, Schools,  Family and Child welfare, non- governmental sector and many more.

Eligibility Criteria:

B.SW./B.A. with social work as an optional/B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.B.M./L.L.B. of the university recognized as equivalent are eligible for admission to M.S.W. with minimum of 45% (40% in case of SC/ST and Cat 1) of aggregate marks in all the year so qualifying examination.

Note: The order of preference shall be as follows:

  • Those who have passed B.S.W.
  • Those who have passed a degree with social work as one of the optional subjects.
  • Those who have passed B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.B.M./L.L.B./Degree.

DISTRIBUTION OF COURSE CONTENT AND CREDITS

Papers Offered
MSW – I Semester
Core Papers for Odd Semester – Honors Level

CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWHC–1 Social Work – History and Ideologies 2 1 0 3
SWHC–2 Society and Dynamics of Human Behavior 2 1 0 3
SWHC–3 Work with Individuals and Families 2 1 0 3
SWHC–4 Work with Groups 2 1 0 3
SWHC–5 Work with Communities 2 1 0 3
SWHC–6 Social Work Practicum – I 0 0 3 3
TOTAL CREDITS 18

MSW – II Semester
Core Papers for Even Semester – Honors Level

CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWHC–7 Management of Developmental and Welfare Services 2 1 0 3
SWHC–8 Social Work Research and Statistics 2 1 0 3
SWHC–9 Social Work Practicum – II (Social Work Camp & Summer Placement) 0 0 3 3
SWHC–10 Social Work Practicum – III 0 0 3 3
SWSC–1 Communication Counselling / Gandhian Approach to Welfare & Development 2 1 0 3
SWSC–2 Personal & Professional Growth / Population & Environment 2 1 0 3
TOTAL CREDITS 18
CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWOE–1 Social Work Practice with Children / Science of Crime, Penology & Social Work Practice 3 1 0 4

MSW – III Semester
Core Papers for Odd Semester – Masters Level

CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWHC–11 Human Resource Management 2 1 0 3
SWHC–12 Social Work Practicum – IV 0 0 3 3
SWSC–3 Social Work with Tribal & Rural Communities / Organisational Behaviour & Organisational Development 2 1 0 3
SWSC–4 Preventive & Social Medicine & Medical Social Work / Rehabilitation & Aftercare Services 0 0 3 3
SWSC–5 Social Policy, Planning & Development / Legal System in India 2 1 0 3
TOTAL CREDITS 14
 CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWOE–2 Gerontological Social Work / Management of Non Governmental Organisations 3 1 0 4

MSW – IV Semester
Core Papers for Even Semester – Masters Level

CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWHC–13 Employee Relations & Legislations 2 1 0 3
SWHC–14 Mental Health & Psychiatric Social Work 2 1 0 3
SWHC–15 Major Project 0 0 4 4
SWHC–16 Social Work Practicum – V 0 0 3 3
SWHC–17 Social Work Practicum – VI (Block Placement) 0 0 3 3
SWSC–6 Human Resource Development & Employee Wellness / Case Studies 2

0

0

0

0

2

2

2

TOTAL CREDITS 18

CODE NUMBER PAPER TITLE L T P CREDITS
SWOE–3 Disaster Management / Correctional Administration & Services 3 1 0 4

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Economics

M.A. Economics

Department of studies in Economics

The Department trains students of post graduation in the methods and ideas of modern economics, and to conduct both basic and applied research in economics that pushes forward the frontier of knowledge in the field. Given their highly quantitative focus, Economics courses provide a useful applied complement to tools that students learn in mathematics, computer science, and statistics courses. In the process, students also acquire the background and skills necessary for careers as scholars, university teachers, policy makers and economic analysts. Building on its traditional strength in economic theory, the department has added leading empiricists who combine theoretical tools with modern analytic methods and datasets to test and refine economic theories.

Students participate in a rich intellectual environment including weekly seminars, student research workshops, industry interaction lectures, conferences that offer opportunities for informal feedback and interaction among students and faculty.  Our faculty is diverse with research interests covering most of the major areas of modern economics. They are committed to delivering outstanding post graduate education and to producing high-quality research.

Library is well stocked with sufficient number of Books and Journals. Special thrust is given for development of Soft skills through Workshops and Intensive Training Programme. Internet facility is also available for the students at free of Cost. The class rooms are well equipped with LCDs and Hi-tech Writing Boards.

Admission Criteria for M.A. Economics

Candidates applying for admission to Master’s Degree in Economics must have obtained a minimum of 45% ( 40% in case of SC/ST and Category- I Candidates) of Marks in the qualifying examination i.e. B.A.( (with Economics as a major/ Optional subject) from the recognized University. Candidates have to apply & appear for the entrance examination which is compulsory for admission to the course.

The Course is of 4 Semester full time course spread over two years, with well designed syllabus by the subject experts at the University, which caters to the present day need under Choice Based Credit system (CBCS).

MINIMUM CREDITS REQUIRED FOR MA ECONOMICS COURSE

Semesters HARD CORE SOFT CORE SPECIAL  ELECTIVE TOTAL
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Numbers Credits
I 04 15 01 0 3 01 03 06 21
II 04 14 01 03 01 03 06 20
III 03 10 02 06 01 03 06 19
IV 03 11 01+01* 03+03 01 03 06 20
TOTAL 14 50 6 18 04 12 24 80

*Special Course (SC): Project Work

FIRST SEMESTER :  Foundations of Economics

Sl. No Title W/L per week In hrs Hard Core/ Soft Core/ Special Elective Number of Credits
L T P Total
1 HARD CORE

Advanced Microeconomics

05 HC-01 3 1 0 4
2 Advanced Macroeconomics 05 HC-02 3 1 0 4
3 Mathematics for Economics 05 HC-03 3 1 0 4
4 Econometrics-1 04 HC-04 3 1 0 3
5 SOFT CORE 1

Advanced  Indian Economy

04 SC-01 2 1 0 3
6 Special Elective1

Infrastructure Economics

04 SC-02 3 1 0 3
Total 27/35         21

SECOND SEMESTER : Core Economics I

Sl.

No.

Title W/L per week In Hrs Hard Core/ Soft Core/ Open Elective Number of Credits
L T P Total
1 HARD CORE

Economics for Development and Growth

05 HC-05 3 1 0 4
2 Statistics for Economics 05 HC-06 3 1 0 3
3 International Business 05 HC-07 3 1 0 4
4 Econometrics-II 04 HC-08 3 1 0 3
5 SOFT CORE  2

Computer Applications for Economics

1Hours Theory + Work load of

Two Practicals /Week

( Each Batch has 10 students and the duration of each practicals is 2 hours)

SC-03 1 0 2 3
6 Special Elective 2

Energy Economics

 

04 SE-02 2 1 0 3
Total 27/41         20

THIRD SEMESTER:  Core Economics II

Sl.

No.

Title W/L per week In Hrs Hard Core/ Soft Core/ Open Elective Number of Credits
L T P Total
1 HARD CORE

Public Economics

05 HC-09 3 1 0 4
2 Econometrics-III 05 HC-10 3 1 0 3
3 Research Methodology and Data Analysis 04 HC-11 3 1 0 3
4 SOFT CORE 3

NanoEconomics

04 SC-04 3 1 0 3
5 SOFT CORE 4

Natural Resource economics

04 SC-05 3 0 0 3
6 Special Elective 3

Spatial Economics - Urban Economics

04 SE-03 3 1 0 3
Total 26/35 19

FOURTH SEMESTER:  Specialized Economics

Sl.

No.

Title W/L per week in Hrs Hard Core/ Soft Core/ special Elective/special course Number of Credits
L T P Total
1 HARD CORE

Welfare Economics

05 HC-11 4 1 0 4
2. Econometrics-1V 04 HC-12 3 1 0 3
3. International Finance & Monetary System 05 HC-13 3 1 0 4
4. SPECIAL COURSE

Minor Project Work*

As per regulations SC-01 0 0 3 3
 

5.

 

SOFT CORE 5

Indian Financial Institutions and Markets

04 SC-05 1 0 2  

3

 

6.

 

Special Elective 4

Urban Data Analytics

04 SE-04 2 1 0 3
Total 21/25 20

*Work load for Project Work guidance is 2 hours per batch of 8 students per week

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Tourism & Hospitality

MTTM

MTTM PROGRAMME

Tourism is one of the world's fastest growing industries as well as the major source of foreign exchange earnings and employment for many developing countries. It is a labour intensive industry providing plenty of opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship. Indian tourism industry is growing rapidly offering excellent job opportunities for professionals.

The department of Tourism is established in the year 2007. This masters degree program in Tourism & Travel Management equips students to learn about the industry and its major components like travel agency, tour operation, Hotels, Aviation, Management, Accounts etc. The course also offers 2 months on the job training in Tourism industry and helps students to build a strong career in the industry.

Eligibility for Admission

Students who have passed any degree from a recognised University are eligible for admission to I semester MTTM.

 COURSE STRUCTURE OF MTTM PROGRAMME

SL.No Subject Credits allotted Total
L T P
I Semester MTTM
1.1 Tourism Principles and Practices 3 1 0 4
1.2 Air Travel Management 3 1 0 4
1.3 Marketing Management for Tourism 3 1 0 4
1.4 Communication Skills for Tourism 4 0 0 4
1.5 Hospitality and Hotel Operations 2 0 0 2
OR Tourism Geography 2 0 0 2
1.6 Study tour, project report and Viva voce 0 0 2 2
Total credits 20
II Semester MTTM
2.1 Organizational Behaviour 2 1 0 3
2.2 Tour Operations Management 3 1 0 4
2.3 Tour Operations Management 3 1 0 4
2.4 Study tour, project report and Viva voce 0 0 2 2
2.4 Airline Ticketing 3 1 0 4
OR Destination Planning and Development 3 1 4 4
Travel and Tourism Management (open elective) 3 1 0 4
Total credits 20
III Semester MTTM
3.1 Accounting for Tourism Industry 2 1 0 3
3.2 International Tourism Destinations 2 1 0 3
3.3 Tourism Research Methods 2 0 0 2
3.4 Choose any two soft core Tourism Planning and Development 2 1 0 3
3.5 Event Management 2 1 0 3
3.6 Digital Applications in Tourism 2 0 1 3
3.7 Heritage of India (open elective) 3 1 0 4
Total credits 20
IV Semester MTTM
4.1 On the job training for a
minimum period of 2 months in any tourism / hospitality industry
0 0 3 3
4.2 Training report and Viva voce. 0 0 3 3
4.3 Start up & Entrepreneurship Development 2 0 0 2
4.4 Project report and Viva voce 0 0 3 3
4.5 Personality Development & Soft skills Wellness Tourism 2 0 0 2
4.6 Wellness Tourism 2 1 0 3
OR
Air Cargo Management
2 1 0 3
Total credits 16
Grand total 76

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BBA Tourism Hospitality

UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE PROGRAM (UG)

Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism & Hospitality)

The department offers BBA (3 year degree programme in Tourism & Hospitality) to cater to the needs of ever expanding hospitality industries. This course is approved by University Grants Commission and affiliated to the University of Mysore. It is a six semester full time programme. This program helps students to learn about the industry and its major components like Production, F & B Service, Front Office, Accommodation Operations, HR, Computer applications, Management, Accounts etc. The course also offers three months on the job training in Tourism & Hospitality and helps students to build a strong career in the industry.

Eligibility for Admission – UG - B.B.A. (Tourism& Hospitality)

  1. A candidate who has passed the two year Pre-University examination conducted by the Pre-university Board of Education, Government of Karnataka or any other examination considered equivalent by the University is eligible for admission to the First semester of the UG program.
  2. Students who have done Three years Diploma after X Standard as recognized by Government of Karnataka or any other Government are also eligible.
  3. A Candidate who has passed 3 years Diploma in commercial or Secretarial Practice conducted by Department of Technical Education, Government of Karnataka is eligible for admission to 3rd Semester B.A. directly. However, such a candidate has to pass the languages and other compulsory Papers viz., Constitution of India and Environment Studies of first two semesters.
  4. A Candidate who has passed 2 years Diploma in Business Administration conducted by Department of Technical Education. Government of Karnataka is eligible for admission to 5th Semester B.A degree course subject to the condition that the candidate has to pass papers in languages and all compulsory papers of first Four Semesters B.B.A.
  5. Students who have passed any Job Oriented Course (JOC, 10+2)/ T.I.(10+2) /Diploma in Computer Applications for the Visually Impaired (JSS Polytechnic for the Differently Abled Institution) are eligible to join the first Semester B.B.A.
  6. Students who have passed the following JOC (10+2) are eligible to join first Semester degree program as detailed here under:
SL.No

JOCCourse

1

AccountingandAuditing

2

AccountingandCosting

3

AccountingandTaxation

4

Banking

5

OfficeManagement

6

Co-operation

7

MarketingandSalesmanship

8

Material Management Technology

Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism& Hospitality)

COURSE STRUCTURE

 SL.No

 Course

  Title

Credits

 Total Credits

Maximum     Marks Total
    IA Exam
L + T + P C1 C2 C3 Marks

I SEMESTER

1

DSC1

Fundamentals of Tourism

4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80

100

2 DSC2A Food &Beverage Service I (Theory) 2 + 0 + 0  

4

05 05 40 100
DSC2B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
3 DSC3A Applied Cookery I (Theory) 2 + 0 + 0  

4

05 05 40 100
DSC3B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
4 AECC1 MIL/French/KAN//Hindi/ German - I 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
5 AECC2 Communication for Hospitality  I 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
6 AECC3 Environmental Studies 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100

Total   Credits / Marks

22 600

II SEMESTER

1 DSC4A Front Office Operation I (Theory) 2 + 0 + 0  

4

05 05 40

100

DSC4B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
2 DSC5A

Applied Cookery II (Theory)

2 + 0 + 0 4 05 05 40

100

DSC5B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
3 DSC6 Tourism Development 4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
4 AECC4 MIL/French/KAN//Hindi/ German - II 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
5 AECC5

Communication for Hospitality II

2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
6 AECC6 Constitution of India 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
Total   Credits / Marks 22 600

 

 SL.No

 Course

 Title

Credits

 Total Credits

Maximum     Marks Total
  IA Exam
L + T + P C1 C2 C3 Marks

III SEMESTER

1 DSC7A

Housekeeping –I (Theory)

2 + 0 + 0  4 05 05 40

100

DSC7B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
2 DSC8A Applied Cookery III (Theory) 2 + 1 + 0  5 10 10 80

150

DSC8B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
3 DSC9A Hospitality Information System (Theory) 2+ 1+ 0  5 10 10 80

150

DSC9B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
4 AECC7 MIL/French/KAN//Hindi/ German - III 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
5 AECC8 Communication for Hospitality  III 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
6 AECC9 Disaster Management 2 + 0 + 0 2 05 05 40 50

Total   Credits / Marks

22 650

IV SEMESTER

1 DSC10A Applied Cookery IV (Theory) 2+ 1 + 0   5 10 10 80

150

DSC10B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
2 DSC11A Front Office Operation II (Theory) 2 + 0 + 0   4 05 05 40

100

DSC11B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
3 DSC12A Housekeeping –II(Theory) 2 + 0 + 0 4 05 05 40

100

DSC12B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
4 DSC13A Food &Beverage Service II (Theory) 2 + 1 + 0   5 10 10 80

150

DSC13B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
5 AECC10 MIL/French/KAN//Hindi/ German – IV 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
6 AECC11 Communication for Hospitality IV 2 + 1 + 0 3 10 10 80 100
Total   Credits / Marks 24 700

 

 SL.No  Course  Title Credits  Total Credits Maximum     Marks Total
    IA Exam
L + T + P C1 C2 C3 Marks

V SEMESTER

1 DSC14 Food Nutrition & Hygiene 3 + 1 + 0 4 05 05 40

100

2 DSC15A Food &Beverage Service III (Theory) 2 + 1 + 0   5 10 10 80

150

DSC15B Practical 0 + 0 + 2 05 05 40
3 DSC16A Travel & Tourism Management 4 + 1+  0 5 10 10 80 100

4

&

5

DSE1 & DSE2 Choose any two A.    Eco Tourism B.     Startup & Entrepreneurship C.     Tourism Product D.    Revenue & Cost Management   4 + 1 + 0   5   10   10   80

100

4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
6 SEC1 Facilities Management 3 + 1 + 0 4 10 10 80 100

Total   Credits / Marks

28 650

VI SEMESTER

1

&

2

&

3

  DSC17 & DSC18 & DSC19 Training components A.    Industrial training in Hotel/Tourism industry (100 Marks)   0 + 0 + 5   5   ---   ---   100 200
B.     Training Evaluation by  Trainer   0 + 0 + 5   5   ---   ---

100

C.  Training report (50 Marks)

Presentation & Viva Voce

(50 Marks)

  0 + 0 + 4   4   ---   ---   100

100

4

&

5

DSE1 & DSE2 Choose any two A.     Project report B.      Human Resource Management in Hospitality industry C.      Business law in Tourism &Hospitalityindustry D.    Event Management   0 + 0 + 5   5   30   30   40   100
4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
4 + 1 + 0 5 10 10 80 100
6 SEC2 Marketing for Hospitality Industry 3 + 1 + 0 4 10 10 80 100
Total   Credits / Marks 28 600

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BBA Tourism and Air Travel

BBA (Tourism & Air Travel)

The Tourism Industry is one of the fastest growing industries globally today. The Indian aviation sector is predicted to be the third largest aviation market in the world by 2025. At present India is the third largest domestic aviation market in the world. The Industry needs highly trained professional staff. The three years degree program in B.B.A (Tourism and Air Travel) is designed to varied manpower needs of different segments of the Tourism and Air Travel Industry. The program will provide an all round training in Tourism Management and Air Travel Management, having practical learning with class room lectures so as to prepare the students to face the challenges of the Industry.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:

Students who have passed two years pre-university examination/ 10+2 or equivalent examination in any discipline from a recognized Board are eligible to be admitted to B.B.A (Tourism and Air Travel) program.

COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS OF BBA (Tourism & Air Travel)

I SEMESTER

Sl. no.

Sub. Code Subject L T P

Total Credits

1

DSC 1 Fundamentals of Tourism 4 1 0

5

2

DSC2 Air travel management 3 1 0

4

3

DSC3 Hotel and Hospitality Management 3 1 0

4

4

AECC 1 Kan/MIL/French/German-I 3 0 0

3

5

AECC2 Communication skills -I 3 0 0

3

6

AECC3 Environmental Studies 2 1 0

3

Total Credits

22

 

II SEMESTER

Sl. no.

Sub. Code Subject L T P

Total Credits

1.

DSC 4 Airport Operations 3 1 0

4

2.

DSC5 Tourism development 3 1 0

4

 

3.

DSC6A

DSC6B

Travel Agency and Tour operations 3 0 0

5

PRACTICALS

 

0

 

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

4.

AECC 4 Kan/MIL/ French/German –II 3 0 0

3

5.

AECC5  communication skills–II 3 0 0

3

6.

AECC6 Constitution of India 2 1 0

3

Total Credits

18 2 2 22

 

III SEMESTER

Sl. No.

Sub. Code Subject L T P

Total Credits

1.

DSC 7 Airline customer service 3 1 0

4

2.

 DSC8 Tourism products of India 4 1 0

5

3.

 DSC9  Geography of Tourism 4 1 0

5

4.

AECC 7 Event management 3 0 0

3

5.

AECC8  Disaster management 3 0 0

3

6.

AECC9 Study tour, Project report & viva 0 0 2

2

Total Credits

22

 

IV SEMESTER

Sl. No.

Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Credits

DSC 10

Itinerary planning and costing 4 1 0

5

 

DSC11

 

Tourism marketing 3  1  0

 4

 

DSC12

 

Accounting for Tourism industry 3 1 0

4

DSC13

Airline Ticketing 4 1 0

5

AECC10

information technology and Tourism 2 1 0

3

AECC11

Study tour, project report & viva voce 0 0 3

3

 

V SEMESTER

Sl. No.

Sub. Code Subject L T P

Total Credits

1.

DSC 14  Air Cargo Management 4 1 0

5

2.

 DSC15  Cabin crew operations 3 1 0

4

3.

 DSC16  Aviation advertising and sales promotion 4 1 0

5

4.

 

DSE

Choose any two

Human Resource management

Health Tourism (yoga & Ayurveda)

Tourism finance management

Accommodation management

4 1 0

 5 

5.

4

1 0

5

4

1 0

 5

4 1 0

5

6. SEC1 Study tour, project report & viva voce 0 1 3

4

Total Credits

21 5 2

28

 

VI  SEMESTER

Sl. No

Sub. Code Subject  Theory  practical L T P

Total Credits

1

DSC 17 Industrial training in Hotel/Tourism industry

Training presentation &viva

100(trainer’s evaluation) 100(training report) 5

5

10

2  

DSC18

 

3

 

DSC19

 

Training presentation 50 Viva  50 4

4

4

 

 

 

DSE

 

Choose any two

Project report

Aircraft rules and CAR’s

Airport safety and security

Entrepreneurship development

80 0 0 5 5
80  - 4 1 0

5

80

- 4 1 0 5
80  - 4 1 0

5

5

SEC2 Soft skill & Personality development 80  - 3 1 0

4

Total Credits

     28
Grand Total

146

 

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