Course Structure for MBA-AB
To run the optional course minimum requirement is 15 nos and maximum requirement is 65 nos. Institute Discretion will be final.
1st Year (Batch of 2012 – 2014)
Agri Economics & WTO
Foreign Trade Policy & Agri Export Management
Micro Finance & Social Entrepreneurship
Data Driven Decision Making – I
Data Driven Decision Making – II
Financial Accounting &Financial Statement Analysis
Management Research Method II
Financial Services Markets & Institutions
Sales and Distribution Management
Supply Chain Management
Human Resource Management
Cost & Management Accounting
Trade Finance & Forex Risk Management
Management Research Methods – I
Agri Import Management
Agri Sector Studies
Integrated Disaster Management
Optional Course(Choose Any 1)
Liberal Arts –I
Liberal Arts –II
2nd Year (Batch of 2011-13)
Quality Management for Agri Products
Agri Input Marketing
Processing and Value Chain in Agriculture.
Agri Retail Management
Energy Management in Agriculture
Sector Specific Projects in SCM
Project Risk Management
Emerging Agri Business Ventures
Global Trade Operations: Logistics and Shipping
Export Potential Analysis for Agri Products
Techno Economic Feasibility Study
Cold Chain Management
Capstone Business Simulation
New Product Development
For Batch 2011-13
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
All internal courses will have 100% component as internal evaluation at the institute level. All external courses will have 60 % internal components and 40% component as external (University exam).
STANDARD OF PASSING
The assessment of the students for each course is done based on the relative performance of the student compared to the class average .Maximum GP is 4 corresponding to A+. For all the courses, a student is required to pass both internal and external exams separately with a minimum grade of 1.6 corresponding to the grade D - Grade Point.
AWARD OF DEGREE
‘MBA (Agri Business)’ degree will be awarded at the end of 4th Semester examination by taking into consideration the performance of all the 4 Semesters’ examinations. Student obtaining a minimum 2.00 CGPA out of 4.00 CGPA will be awarded degree.
For Batch 2012-14
All MBA programs (full time, residential) at SIIB are of 100 credits. Out of which, 30 credits are internal and 70 credits are external. Out of these 70 credit courses, 60% is evaluated internally and 40% is evaluated externally.
Internal assessment is based on a pattern of continuous evaluation.
• A score below 40 out of 100 (absolute score below 40%) would be deemed as failure -(Grade F)
• Student needs to secure 40% marks in each course (separately for Continuous and External evaluation)
‘MBA (International Business)’ degree will be awarded at the end of 4th Semester examination by taking into consideration the performance of all the 4 Semesters’ examinations. A score below 40 out of 100 (absolute score below 40%) would be deemed as failure (Grade F).Student needs to secure 40% marks in each course (separately for Continuous and External evaluation)