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  • PROFESSIONAL DEGREE COURSES CONTENTSSl. No. Particulars Page No. 1. Courses Offered 2 2. Correspondence, Enquiry and Important Telephone Numbers 3 3. Applicants to Note 6 4. DURATION AND ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS 9 a) M.B.A. Executive 9 b) M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration 9 c) Integrated M.B.A. - (5 Years) 9 d) M.C.A. - Master of Computer Applications 11 e) M.Sc. (I.T.) - Master of Information Technology 11 5. COURSES OF STUDY 12 a) M.B.A. Executive 12 b) M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration 13 c) Integrated M.B.A. - (5 Years) 28 d) M.C.A. - Master of Computer Applications 33 e) M.Sc. (I.T.) - Master of Information Technology 35 6. SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS 36 a) M.B.A. Executive 36 b) M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration 37 c) Integrated M.B.A. - (5 Years) 39 d) M.C.A. - Master of Computer Applications 40 e) M.Sc. (I.T.) - Master of Information Technology 42 7. FEE DETAILS 44 a) Break-Up of Fee 44 b) Total Fee Particular - Course Wise 45 c) Fee Details for Study Centres - Course Wise 46 d) Fee Details Overseas Students 47 8. General Information 49 9. Personal Contact Programme 58 10. Spot Admission Centres and Study Centres 61 11. Grievance Form 70 12. Students Feedback Form 71 13. Call Centre 72 14. Admission to Certificate & Diploma Courses 73 15. Examination Application Form 75 16. Instruction for filling in the Computer Coding Sheet 90 17. Application Form, Coding Sheet, Address Slip 92 1
  • 1. COURSES OFFERED Medium ofSl.No. PROFESSIONAL COURSES Instruction A. M.B.A. EXECUTIVE English Medium B. M.B.A. - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1. M.B.A. - Marketing Management English Medium 2. M.B.A. - Financial Management English Medium 3. M.B.A. - Systems Management English Medium 4. M.B.A. - Human Resource Management English Medium 5. M.B.A. - Operations Management English Medium 6. M.B.A. - International Business Management English Medium 7. M.B.A. - Travel and Tourism Management English Medium 8. M.B.A. - Educational Management English Medium 9. M.B.A. - Hospital Management English Medium 10. M.B.A. - Apparel Management English Medium 11. M.B.A. - Export Import Management English Medium 12. M.B.A. - Logistics and Supply Chain Management English Medium 13. M.B.A. - Shipping and Port Management English Medium C. Integrated M.B.A. English Medium D. M.C.A. - MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS English Medium E. M.Sc. - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (I.T.) English Medium LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF FILLED-IN DA FILLED-IN APPLICATION APPLICATION FORM 30.09.2011 2
  • 2. CORRESPONDENCE AND ENQUIRYA) CORRESPONDENCE – COURSES / ADMISSIONS The Director Telephone No. : 044-25613716 Institute of Distance Education Telegram : OPENLEARN University of Madras Fax : +91-44-25360865 IDE Buildings, Chepauk E-mail : ide123@vsnl.net, director@ideunom.ac.in Chennai - 600 005. Website : www.unom.ac.in www.ideunom.ac.inB) CORRESPONDENCE – EXAMINATIONS / CERTIFICATES The Controller of Examinations Telephone No. : 044-25368496 University of Madras Fax : +91-44-25366368 University Centenary Building E-mail : contexam@md2.vsnl.net Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. The Additional Controller of Examinations Telephone No. : 044-25392231 / 25613704 Institute of Distance Education Fax : +91-44-25393595 University of Madras IDE Buildings Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005.C) ENQUIRY & GRIEVANCE REDRESS : 044 - 25613727 / 044 - 25613728 Contact Numbers : 044 - 25613729 / 044 - 25613730 : 044 - 25613731D) CALL CENTRE CONTACT NUMBERS : 044 - 25393453 / 044 - 25393454 FACULTY MEMBERS Phone Phone Numbers Numbers MATHEMATICS 1. Dr. S. Sudha, Professor 25613806TAMIL COMMERCE1. Dr. O. Mathivanan, Assistant Professor 25613813 1. Dr. M. Ravichandran, Professor (On lien) 256138022. Dr. (Mrs.) M. Sargunavathi, Assistant Professor 25613823 2. Dr. R. Panchalan, Associate Professor 25613803ENGLISH MANAGEMENT STUDIES 1. Mr. B. Devamaindan, Assistant Professor 256138051. Dr. V. Bharathi Harishankar, Associate Professor 256138142. Dr. (Mrs.) P. Aruna Devi, Assistant Professor 25613810 PSYCHOLOGY 1. Dr. S. Thenmozhi, Assistant Professor 25613809POLITICAL SCIENCE / PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER SCIENCE1. Dr. R. Srinivasan, Assistant Professor 25613801 1. Mrs. S. Sasikala, Assistant Professor 256138042. Dr. R. Mathaiyan, Assistant Professor 25613800 MUSIC FACULTY 25613822 3
  • IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS (A) OFFICERSSl. Phone Phone Fax Officers’ Designation Numbers Numbers NumbersNo. 01 DIRECTOR 25362715 25613701 91-44-25360865 02 CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS 25368496 25399405 91-44-25366368 03 ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS [IDE] 25392231 25613704 91-44-25393595 04 DEPUTY REGISTRAR [FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION] 25384746 25613702 91-44-25393368 05 DEPUTY REGISTRAR [ADMISSIONS] 25393457 25613722 91-44-25393457 06 ACCOUNTS OFFICER 25382572 25613703 07 PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER 25385539 25613713 91–44-25385539 08 ASST. REGISTRAR [GENERAL] 25613705 09 ASST. REGISTRAR [FINANCE] 25613706 10 ASST. REGISTRAR [UG. ADMISSIONS] 25613707 11 ASST. REGISTRAR [PG. ADMISSIONS] 25613708 12 ASST. REGISTRAR [LESSONS] 25613709 13 ASST. REGISTRAR [SC/ST CELL] 25613793 14 ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. UG. EXAMINATIONS - I] 25613737 15 ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. UG. EXAMINATIONS - II] 25613736 16 ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. PG./PROF. EXAMINATIONS] 25613714 17 ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. CERTIFICATE] 25613778 18 ASST. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER [IDE. - EXAMINATIONS] 25613718 (B) ADMINISTRATION SECTIONSSl. Phone Sl. Phone NAME OF THE SECTIONS NAME OF THE SECTIONSNo. Numbers No. Numbers01 P.A. to DIRECTOR 25613715/73 14 FINANCE [RECEIPT-II] SECTION 2561374202 AUDIT SECTION 25613765 15 FINANCE RECONCILATION 2561374003 CALL CENTRE 25613795/96 16 GENERAL SECTION 2561373304 CASH COUNTER 25613743 17 GRIEVANCE CELL 2561372505 COMPUTER CENTRE OFFICE 25613819 18 LESSON STORAGE-I SECTION 2561373806 COMPUTER CENTRE DATA ROOM 25613820 19 LESSON STORAGE-II SECTION 2561377707 DESPATCH SECTION 25613721 20 LESSON WRITING SECTION 2561373208 ELIGIBILITY SECTION 25613768 21 LIBRARY 2561377509 ENQUIRY 25613727 to 31 22 MAIL SECTION 2561372010 FINANCE [CHARGES-A] SECTION 25613745 23 P.C.P. SECTION 2561376011 FINANCE [CHARGES-B] SECTION 25613782 24 SC/ST CELL 2561379112 FINANCE [ESTT. ] SECTION 25613746 25 SERGEANT 2561374413 FINANCE [RECEIPT-I] SECTION 25613741 26 TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 25613766 4
  • (C) ADMISSION SECTIONSSl. Phone Sl. Phone U.G. - ADMISSION SECTIONS No. P.G. - ADMISSION SECTIONSNo. Numbers Numbers01 UG. ADMISSION - I 01 PG. ADMISSION - I B.A. Tamil, Historical Studies, Vaishnavism. B.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, M.A. Tamil, Hindi, Modern Arabic, 25613748 Medical Sociology, Visual Communication 25613752 Urdu, English, Vaishnavism. Hotel & Catering Management. B.Music Music M.Com. Commerce02 UG. ADMISSION - II 02 PG. ADMISSION - II B.A. English, Urdu, Economics, M.A. Historical Studies, Political Science, Public Administration, Public Administration, 25613751 Christian Studies, Criminology Economics, Sociology, 25613749 and Police Administration. Christian Studies, B.Lit. Tamil Literature Human Rights and Duties Education. B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences M.Music Music03 UG. ADMISSION - III 03 PG. ADMISSION - III B.Com. Commerce M.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology. 25613761 25613750 B.Com. Co-operation Counselling Psychology, B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship Medical Sociology.04 UG. ADMISSION - IV 04 PG. ADMISSION - IV B.B.A. Business Administration M.Sc. Information Technology [I.T.], 25613759 25613763 B.Com. Bank Management Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology. M.C.A. Computer Applications05 UG. ADMISSION - V B.Com. Computer Applications B.C.A. Computer Applications 25613772 05 PG. ADMISSION - V 25613770 B.Sc. Appeal Fashion Design M.B.A. Business Administration BMM Bachelor of Multimedia-Animation06 OUS SECTION 06 PG. ADMISSION - VI (Combined with OUS Section) B.L.I.S. Library and Information Science (Candidates admitted upto 2006-2007 for the courses 25613755 M.L.I.S. Library and Information Science offered under Open University System) CERTIFICATE COURSES 25613762 (B.A., B.Lit., B.Sc., B.Music, B.B.A. and B.Com.) DIPLOMA COURSES P.G. DIPLOMA COURSES M.Phil. COURSES07 SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES SECTION 07 STUDY CENTRES ADMISSION SECTION Undergraduate Courses 25613756 Undergraduate Courses Postgraduate Courses Postgraduate Courses 25613757 Professional Courses Professional Courses Certificate and Diploma Courses Certificate and Diploma Courses (D) EXAMINATION SECTIONSSl. Phone Sl. Phone EXAMINATION SECTIONS EXAMINATION SECTIONSNo. Numbers No. Numbers01 E1-A B.A. Tamil, English, Urdu, Historical Studies, 04 E3 M.C.A., M.Sc. [I.T.] 25613735 Public Administration, Economics, Christian Studies, Vaishnavism, 25613723 05 E4-A B.Com.Commerce 25613734 Criminology and Police Administration. B.Com.Computer Applications02 E1-B B.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, 06 E4-B B.B.A. 25613711 Medical Sociology. B.Com.Co-operation, Corporate Secretaryship. 25613726 07 E5 B.B.M., B.C.A., B.Lit., B.Music M.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology. 25613753 M.Phil. COURSES03 E2 M.A. Tamil, English, Hindi, Urdu, Modern, ArabicHistorical Studies, 08 E6 M.B.A., B.L.I.S., M.L.I.S. COURSES, Political Science, Public Administration, CERTIFICATE COURSES, Economics, Sociology, Christian Studies, DIPLOMA COURSES. 25613712 Human Rights and Duties Education, 25613710 PG. DIPLOMA COURSES Vaishnavism. M.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, 09 CERTIFICATE SECTION 25613779 Counselling Psychology, Medical Sociology. M.Com. M.Music 10 DESPATCH SECTION 25613717 5
  • 3. APPLICANTS TO NOTE1. Before filling in the application, read the Prospectus carefully. Preserve the Prospectus till the completion of the course.2. The Applicant has to detach and fill in the following : (1) Application Form, (2) Computer Coding Sheet, (3) Address Slip.3. The Application must be accompanied by All the Original Certificates as stated in the Prospectus and the Registration Fee. Registration Fee for M.B.A. - Executive Course : Rs.1,000/- M.B.A., Integrated M.B.A. (5 years) M.C.A., M.Sc.(I.T.) Courses : Rs.400/-4. The Applicant has to state clearly the Course which he/she wants to study.5. Photographs to be affixed : 1. One on the Application Form [Attested by a Gazetted Officer/Faculty/Officials of the University with Seal]. 2. One on the Address Slip. 3. One on the reverse side of the Coding Sheet. ATTENTION ATTENTION Students can seek admission only at Single Window Admission Centre / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participatory Programme Centres listed in the prospectus / University Website. Students are advised not to have any dealing with any other unauthorised Institutions/ Agencies pertaining to admission to any of the courses offered by this Institute. They are cautioned that admission secured from unauthorised centres will be automatically cancelled. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION(1) All the courses of the Institute are offered to the residents of India and also to foreign countries as per the discretion of the authorities, University of Madras. Admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right and the Institute reserves to itself the right of admission.(2) Spot Admission will be made for those who come to the Single Window Admission Centre at IDE Campus / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres in person along with the required original documents / certificates, in addition to a fee paid challan endorsed by the Designated Banks, State Bank of India / Indian Bank or a demand draft in favour of “The Director, IDE, University of Madras”, payable at Chennai for Rs.100/- towards Registration Fee.(3) All the columns in the application form should be filled in carefully. Incomplete application forms will be rejected.(4) The xerox copy of the statement of marks of the qualifying examination accompanying the application form must be attested by a Gazetted Officer and also by the Co-ordinator of the Spot Admission Centre / Study Centre in the case of Spot Admission. Designated Banks : State Bank of India / Indian Bank / IOB 6
  • SINGLE WINDOW ADMISSION CENTRE AT IDE CAMPUS, Chennai With a view to simplify the admission procedure for the distance education students, the University of Madrashas opened a Single Window Admission Centre at the IDE building at Chepauk Campus, Chennai. Located in aspacious hall, the Single Window Admission Centre ensures admission in thirty minutes. Students seeking admissionat IDE Campus of the University at Chennai can make use of this Centre. Students using the Single WindowAdmission Centre should follow the following instructions:1. Collect the Application-cum-Prospectus from the Prospectus Sales Counter on payment in cash.2. Pay the registration fee at the “Registration Fee Payment Counter”.3. Enter the Single Window Admission Counter with filled-in application form and collect the token and wait for your turn.4. Candidates seeking admission to degree courses should submit the mark statements of 10th Standard and 12th Standard (+2) and also the Transfer Certificate.5. Candidates seeking admission to post-graduate degree courses should submit the provisional certificate or degree certificate of the qualifying degree and also the transfer certificate from the last studied institution.6. The application form and other certificates should be arranged in the following order: (i) Registration fee payment receipt (ii) Filled-in application form + Filled-in address slip (iii) Xerox copies of the Certificates (iv) Filled-in Computer Coding Sheet7. The xerox copies of the certificates will be verified with the originals and the original certificates will be returned along with the provisional admission letter.8. After obtaining the provisional admission letter, the students can remit the specified fees at the Bank Counter located at the Centre. Payment may also be done at the State Bank of India or Indian Bank branches within the University Campus or at any one of the branches of these two Banks. After remitting the fees, the students can collect the study materials and ID card from the respective counters located in the Single Window Admission Centre. Working Hours: The Single Window Admission Centre functions on all days including Satrudays and Sundaysexcept holidays declared by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The Centre is open from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. onweek days including Saturdays and Sundays. 7
  • SPOT ADMISSION1. Spot admission to the first year will be given to those who come to the Institute in person or at the Spot Admission Centres and Study Centres along with the required original documents/certificates.2. Eligible candidates who seek spot admission can collect their first year learning materials at the Spot Admission Centres and Study Centres (including the Institute) by producing their copy of the payment Challan endorsed by the designated Bank. For particulars of total fees to be paid (excluding Registration Fee), please refer Page Nos. 45 & 46 Fee Particulars - Course-Wise.3. The second year learning materials can also be collected by the students at the Spot Admission Centres including the Institute and Study Centres on production of the student’s copy of payment challan endorsed by the designated Bank. ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES FROM OTHER STATES 1. Candidates from other states should submit their applications at any one of the Study Centres of the Institute of Distance Education (IDE), University of Madras, of the State concerned for admission to various courses offered by IDE. 2. Applications received by post from the candidates of other States will automatically be linked with the IDE Study Centre of the State concerned. 3. Applications received by post from the candidates of other States where there is no Study Centre of this Institute, will be linked with the nearby IDE Study Centre of the other State and candidates should undergo the courses offered by this Institute through such allotted IDE Study Centre only. Refer Page No. 61 to 69 for the list of Authorised Study Centres of the Institute Distance Education, University of Madras. ADMISSION THROUGH PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS (Campus Learning Centres) The Students who are willing to do the Courses of the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras as regular week end programmes through Participatory Institutions [Campus Learning Centres] can refer page 68 & 69 for the list of Participatory Institutions and Participatory Online Institutions. LATERAL ADMISSION LATERAL Students who have successfully completed their First Year / Second Year (or) discontinued Second Year / Third Year Undergraduate Degree Courses through the Colleges including Autonomous Colleges affiliated to this University (or) from the Colleges including Autonomous Colleges affiliated to other Universities recognised by the UGC/AIU and accepted as equivalent thereto by the University of Madras, can seek lateral admission to the Second Year / Third Year Undergraduate degree course of study in the respective subject concerned. They should submit their application form for admission together with original Transfer Certificate / Course Completion Certificate wherein the actual duration of course undergone by them be appropriately indicated by the Institution/University concerned. For exemption of papers relating to the subjects already passed through their previous Institution/University, they should submit the original Statement of Marks of their previous appearances and an authenticated relevant syllabus prescribed by the Institution/ University in original or the syllabus attested by the Principal/Head of the Department of the Institution in the subject concerned where they have undergone their previous course for verification and to consider for exemption of papers after perusal by the authorities of the University of Madras. 8
  • DURATION 4. DURATION AND ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS DURATION OF COURSES M.B.A. - Executive - Two Years M.B.A. - Business Administration - Two Years Integrated M.B.A. - Five Years M.C.A. - Computer Applications - Three Years M.Sc.(I.T.) - Information Technology - Two Years ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS (A) M.B.A. - EXECUTIVE A graduate in any discipline of recognized University / deemed university with aminimum of 3 years of work experience in managerial / supervisory / executive cadre inbusiness / industry in private or public sector or in government / semi government / quasigovernment institutions. (B) M.B.A. - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Candidates for admission to the first year of the Master of Business AdministrationDegree Course in the Institute of Distance Education shall be required to have any one of thefollowing qualifications : 1. A pass in any branch of study of a Bachelor Degree/Master Degree of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by the UGC/AIU or a qualification accepted by this University as equivalent thereto. 2. A Professional Degree in Engineering/Technology/Medicine/Architecture/Law. 3. Professional qualification in Accountancy, Cost & Works Accountancy, Company Secretaryship. (C) INTEGRATED M.B.A. (FIVE YEARS) (1) The Pre-University Examination conducted previously by the University of Madras or any other University accepted as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras. 9
  • (2) The Higher Secondary Examination [Academic or Vocational Stream] conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu [or] other States [or] Union Territories [or] an Examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras.(3) There should be a minimum gap of two clear years between the date of appearance in the examination in which the candidate has passed the S.S.L.C. [X Standard] and Higher Secondary Examination (+2) or any other equilavent Examination as prescribed in the Prospectus for joining the First Year of Degree Course.(4) The Senior School Certificate Examination [XII Standard] conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education held in 1979 or thereafter provided that they have been declared to have passed the examinations in not less then 5 subjects of which ENGLISH shall be one.(5) The Indian School Certificate Examination [12 Years] conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination held in 1977 or thereafter, provided that they have been declared to have attained the pass standard in the examinations in not less than 5 subjects of which ENGLISH shall be one.(6) Those who have passed the Plus Two examinations of the National Open School, New Delhi.(7) Pre-Technical Examination previously conducted after 11 years of study by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Chennai.(8) Intermediate Examination [2 years] of Andhra Pradesh, Pre-Degree Examination [2 Years] of Kerala and Pre-University Examination [2 Years] of Karnataka under the 10+2 pattern.(9) Candidates who have successfully completed 12 or 13 years of education in any State in India or Abroad under 11+1 or 10+2 or 11+2 pattern, subject to approval by the authorities of this University.(10) Candidates who have successfully completed the Second Year Foundation Course of the Open University System of the Madurai-Kamaraj and Annamalai Universities.(11) Candidates who have successfully passed the Three Year Diploma Examinations conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Chennai after passing 10th Standard Examination. 10
  • (12) Candidates who have passed the G.C.E. [Advanced Level / Principal Level] with not less than 3 subjects in the ‘A’ Level with ENGLISH in the ‘O’ Level / SUBSIDIARY Level. (D) M.C.A. - MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Candidates who have passed the Degree Examinations of the University of Madrasmentioned below or an examination of any other University recognised by UGC/AIU andaccepted by this University as equivalent thereto provided they have undergone the courseunder 10 + 2 + 3 or 11 + 1 + 3 or 11 + 2 + 2 pattern only. 1) B.C.A./B.Com. Computer Applications/B.Sc. in Computer Science / Mathematics / Statistics /Physics / Applied Science / B.E.S. (or) 2) B.A. (Economics)/B.B.A./B.L.M./B.Com. (Commerce)/B.B.M. or B.Com. (Business Management)/B.A. or B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship)/any other Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Mathematics/Statistics or Business Mathematics/Business Statistics in Main/Allied level (or) 3) B.Sc. Chemistry with Mathematics and Physics as Allied Subjects (or) 4) M.B.A./B.E./B.Tech. (or) 5) A Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Mathematics as one of the subjects at the Higher Secondary level (i.e. in + 2 level of the 10 + 2 pattern). (E) M.Sc. (I.T.) - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Candidates with B.Sc. Degree in Computer Science or B.C.A. (or) B.Com. ComputerApplications (or) any Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics, Statistics, (or) BusinessMathematics (or) Business Statistics as Main (or) Allied Subject of the University of Madras(or) any other University recognised by UGC/AIU and accepted by this University asequivalent thereto. 11
  • 5. STUDY COURSES OF STUDY (A) M.B.A. - EXECUTIVE FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles and Processes 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Techniques for Management 3 100 50 3 Management Accounting 3 100 50 4 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 5 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 6 Marketing Management 3 100 50 7 Financial Management 3 100 50 8 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 9 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 10 Management Information Systems and EDP 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 PROJECT WORK Project 300 Viva Voce 200 } 500 s 250 12
  • (B) M.B.A. - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION M.B.A. DEGREE COURSES1. M.B.A. - Marketing Management English Medium2. M.B.A. - Financial Management English Medium3. M.B.A. - Systems Management English Medium4. M.B.A. - Human Resource Management English Medium5. M.B.A. - Operations Management English Medium6. M.B.A. - International Business Management English Medium7. M.B.A. - Travel and Tourism Management English Medium8. M.B.A. - Educational Management English Medium9. M.B.A. - Hospital Management English Medium10. M.B.A. - Apparel Management English Medium11. M.B.A. - Export Import Management English Medium12. M.B.A. - Logistics and Supply Chain Management English Medium13. M.B.A. - Shipping and Port Management English Medium 13
  • (1) M.B.A. - MARKETING MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Marketing Research and Consumer Behaviour 3 100 50 18 Advertising Management and Sales Promotion 3 100 50 19 Sales Management and Distribution Management 3 100 50 20 Services Marketing 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 14
  • (2) M.B.A. - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Corporate Finance 3 100 50 18 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 3 100 50 19 Tax Management 3 100 50 20 Merchant Banking and Financial Services 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 15
  • (3) M.B.A. - SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Data Base Management Systems 3 100 50 18 System Analysis and Design 3 100 50 19 Decision Support System 3 100 50 20 E-Business Technology and Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 16
  • (4) M.B.A. - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Industrial and Labour Relations 3 100 50 18 Human Resources Development 3 100 50 19 Total Quality Management 3 100 50 20 Training and Development 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 17
  • (5) M.B.A. - OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 18 World Class Manufacturing 3 100 50 19 Business Process Management and Outsourcing 3 100 50 20 Project Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 18
  • (6) M.B.A. - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Export Management and Documentation 3 100 50 18 Foreign Exchange Management 3 100 50 19 Management Strategies of MNCs 3 100 50 20 Import Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 19
  • (7) M.B.A. - TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Front Office Management 3 100 50 18 Principles of Tourism 3 100 50 19 Hospitality Management 3 100 50 20 Customer Relations and Services Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Grop - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 20
  • (8) M.B.A. - EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Educational Policy, Planning and Administration 3 100 50 18 Economics of Education 3 100 50 19 Educational Institution Management 3 100 50 20 Institutional Linkage for Educational Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 21
  • (9) M.B.A. - HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Health Policy and Health Care System 3 100 50 18 Hospital Planning and Designing 3 100 50 19 Hospital Records Management 3 100 50 20 Counselling 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 22
  • (10) M.B.A. - APPAREL MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Textile and Fabric Science 3 100 50 18 Fashion Merchandising 3 100 50 19 Apparel Manufacturing Technology 3 100 50 20 Apparel Production Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 23
  • (11) M.B.A. - EXPORT IMPORT MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 International Trade Logistics 3 100 50 18 Global Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 19 Export Import Finance Management 3 100 50 20 International Finance 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 24
  • (12) M.B.A. - LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Transportation and Distribution Management 3 100 50 18 Inventory and Warehousing Management 3 100 50 19 Global Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 20 Customer Relationship Management 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 25
  • (13) M.B.A. - SHIPPING AND PORT MANAGEMENT FIRST YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Management Principles 3 100 50 2 Quantitative Methods in Business 3 100 50 3 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 50 4 Management Accounting 3 100 50 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 50 6 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 7 Research Methodology and Communication 3 100 50 8 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 9 Human Resources Management 3 100 50 10 Marketing Management 3 100 50 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks 11 Production and Materials Management 3 100 50 12 Financial Management 3 100 50 13 Computer Languages for Management 3 100 50 14 Business Policy and Strategic Management 3 100 50 15 Management Information Systems and Electronic Data Processing 3 100 50 16 International Marketing 3 100 50 17 Port and Terminal Management 3 100 50 18 Maritime Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 19 Liner Trade and Multimodel Transport 3 100 50 20 Shipping Laws and Business Ethics 3 100 50 21 PROJECT WORK Project 150 Viva Voce 50 } 200 s 100 (OR) Any two Optional Papers from Group-A (or) Group-B (or) Group -C (or) Group - D (or) Group - E (Details furnished in the 27th Page) 26
  • SECOND YEAR - OPTIONAL SUBJECTS Passing Paper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 21 OPTIONAL SUBJECTS (Students may select any Two Subjects from any one of the following Five Groups (A to E) in lieu of PROJECT WORK) GROUP-A 1. Retail Marketing 3 100 50 2. Rural Marketing 3 100 50 3. Industrial Marketing 3 100 50 4. Customer Relations Management and Relationship Marketing 3 100 50 GROUP-B 1. Organisational Development 3 100 50 2. Entrepreneurship and Management of Small Business 3 100 50 3. Derivatives 3 100 50 4. Risk Management and Insurance 3 100 50 GROUP-C 1. WTO Constitution and Operation 3 100 50 2. Global Investment, Instruments and Institutions 3 100 50 3. Global Tourism 3 100 50 4. Emerging Issues in Tourism 3 100 50 GROUP-D 1. Educational Infrastructure 3 100 50 2. Instructional Design and Curriculum Development 3 100 50 3. Hospital Core Services 3 100 50 4. Hospital Support Services 3 100 50 GROUP-E 1. Integrated Materials Management 3 100 50 2. Value Analysis and Engineering 3 100 50 3. Fashion Retail Management 3 100 50 4. Consumer Behaviour in Fashion 3 100 50All the subjects are evaluated for 100 marks and Project Work is for 200 marks. 27
  • (C) INTEGRATED M.B.A. [FIVE YEARS] FIRST YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 1 Language 3 100 40 2 English 3 100 40 3 Principles of Management 3 100 40 4 Financial Accounting 3 100 40 5 Managerial Economics 3 100 40 6 Business Communication 3 100 40 SECOND YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 7 Cost and Management Accounting 3 100 40 8 Business Environment 3 100 40 9 Business Regulatory Framework 3 100 40 10 Business Statistics and Mathematics 3 100 40 11 Business Organisation 3 100 40 12 Organisational Behaviour 3 100 40 THIRD YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 13 Financial Management 3 100 40 14 Marketing Management 3 100 40 15 Production and Material Management 3 100 40 16 Human Resource Management 3 100 40 17 Entrepreneurship Development 3 100 40 18 Banking and Financial Services 3 100 40 19 Introduction to Information Technology 3 100 40 28
  • FOURTH YEAR Duration Maximum PassingPaper Subject Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 20 Principles of Insurance 3 100 50 21 Business Ethics 3 100 50 22 Legal Systems in Business 3 100 50 23 Research Methodology 3 100 50 24 Applied Operations Research 3 100 50 25 Computer Language for Management 3 100 50 26 Business Policy 3 100 50 FIFTH YEAR PassingPaper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 27 Strategic Management 3 100 50 28 Management Information System and EDP 3 100 50 29 International Marketing 3 100 5030 - 33 ELECTIVE SUBJECTS 3 100 50 Four papers in any one of the following Elective Subjects (Details furnished below) 34 Project Work or Any two optional papers from one of the groups [A,B,C,D & E] 200 100 ELECTIVE SUBJECTSPaper Subject Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks a) MARKETING 30 Marketing Research and Consumer Behaviour 3 100 50 31 Advertising Management and Sales Promotion 3 100 50 32 Sales Management and Distribution Management 3 100 50 33 Services Marketing 3 100 50 b) FINANCE 30 Corporate Finance 3 100 50 31 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 3 100 50 32 Tax Management 3 100 50 33 Merchant Banking and Financial Services 3 100 50 29
  • Paper Subject Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks c) SYSTEMS 30 Data Base Management Systems 3 100 50 31 System Analysis and Design 3 100 50 32 Decision Support System 3 100 50 33 E-Business Technology and Management 3 100 50 d) HUMAN RESOURCE 30 Industrial and Labour Relations 3 100 50 31 Human Resources Development (HRD) 3 100 50 32 Total Quality Management 3 100 50 33 Training and Development 3 100 50 e) OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 30 Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 31 World Class Manufacturing 3 100 50 32 Business Process Management and Outsourcing 3 100 50 33 Project Management 3 100 50 f) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 30 Export Management and Documentation 3 100 50 31 Foreign Exchange Management 3 100 50 32 Management Strategies of MNCs 3 100 50 33 Import Management 3 100 50 g) TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT 30 Front Office Management 3 100 50 31 Principles of Tourism 3 100 50 32 Hospitality Management 3 100 50 33 Customer Relations and Services Management 3 100 50 h) EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT 30 Educational Policy, Planning and Administration 3 100 50 31 Economics of Education 3 100 50 32 Educational Institution Management 3 100 50 33 Institutional Linkage for Educational Management 3 100 50 30
  • Paper Subject Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks i) HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT 30 Health Policy and Health Care System 3 100 50 31 Hospital Planning and Designing 3 100 50 32 Hospital Records Management 3 100 50 33 Counselling 3 100 50 j) APPAREL MANAGEMENT 30 Textile and Fabric Science 3 100 50 31 Fashion Merchandising 3 100 50 32 Apparel Manufacturing Technology 3 100 50 33 Apparel Production Management 3 100 50 k) EXPORT IMPORT MANAGEMENT 30 International Trade Logistics 3 100 50 31 Global Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 32 Export Import Finance Management 3 100 50 33 International Finance 3 100 50 l) LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 30 Transportation and Distribution Management 3 100 50 31 Inventory and Warehousing Management 3 100 50 32 Global Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 33 Customer Relationship Management 3 100 50 m) SHIPPING AND PORT MANAGEMENT 30 Port and Terminal Management 3 100 50 31 Maritime Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3 100 50 32 Liner Trade and Multimodel Transport 3 100 50 33 Shipping Laws and Business Ethics 3 100 50 31
  • PROJECT WORK / OPTIONAL SUBJECTS Passing Paper Subject Duration Maximum Minimum (in hours) Marks Marks 34 OPTIONAL SUBJECTS (Students may select any Two Subjects from any one of the following Five Groups in lieu of PROJECT WORK) GROUP-A 1. Retail Marketing 3 100 50 2. Rural Marketing 3 100 50 3. Industrial Marketing 3 100 50 4. Customer Relations Management and Relationship Marketing 3 100 50 GROUP-B 1. Organisational Development 3 100 50 2. Entrepreneurship and Management of Small Business 3 100 50 3. Derivatives 3 100 50 4. Risk Management and Insurance 3 100 50 GROUP-C 1. WTO Constitution and Operation 3 100 50 2. Global Investment, Instruments and Institutions 3 100 50 3. Global Tourism 3 100 50 4. Emerging Issues in Tourism 3 100 50 GROUP-D 1. Educational Infrastructure 3 100 50 2. Instructional Design and Curriculum Development 3 100 50 3. Hospital Core Services 3 100 50 4. Hospital Support Services 3 100 50 GROUP-E 1. Integrated Materials Management 3 100 50 2. Value Analysis and Engineering 3 100 50 3. Fashion Retail Management 3 100 50 4. Consumer Behaviour in Fashion 3 100 50All the subjects are evaluated for 100 marks and Project Work is for 200 marks. 32
  • (D) M.C.A. - MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FIRST YEAR Maximum Marks Min. DurationPaper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours 1 Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science 25 75 100 50 3 2 Statistical Methods 25 75 100 50 3 3 Introduction to Information Technology 25 75 100 50 3 4 Microprocessors 25 75 100 50 3 5 Programming in C 25 75 100 50 3 6 Accounting and Financial Management 25 75 100 50 3 7 Digital Computer Fundamentals 25 75 100 50 3 8 Object Oriented Programming with C++ 25 75 100 50 3 9 Software Engineering 25 75 100 50 3 10 Data Structures 25 75 100 50 3 11 Practical - I : C Language 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 12 Practical - II : Data Structures Using C++ 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 13 Practical - III : Microprocessors 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 SECOND YEAR Maximum Marks Min. DurationPaper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours 14 Algorithm Analysis and Design 25 75 100 50 3 15 Data Communication and Networking 25 75 100 50 3 16 Computer Architecture 25 75 100 50 3 17 Operating Systems 25 75 100 50 3 18 Programming in Java 25 75 100 50 3 19 Computer Graphics 25 75 100 50 3 20 COBOL Programming 25 75 100 50 3 21 Object Oriented Analysis and Design 25 75 100 50 3 22 Organizational Dynamics 25 75 100 50 3 33
  • SECOND YEAR Maximum Marks Min. Duration Paper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours ELECTIVE - I 23 Network Programming 25 75 100 50 3 24 Practical - IV : COBOL 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 25 Practical - V : Java 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 26 Practical - VI : UNIX 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 27 Practical - VII : Based on PCA 210 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 THIRD YEAR Maximum Marks Min. Duration Paper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours 28 Internet and its Applications 25 75 100 50 3 29 Database Management Systems 25 75 100 50 3 30 Multimedia Systems 25 75 100 50 3 ELECTIVE - II 31 E-Commerce 25 75 100 50 3 ELECTIVE-III 32 Distributed Computing 25 75 100 50 3 33 Practical - VIII : Mini Project (on Multimedia / Web Page Design) 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 34 Practical - IX : RDBMS 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 PROJECT 35 Project Work 25 100 50 3 Project Report 30 Viva Voce 45 CA : Denotes Continuous Internal Assessment Marks. UE : Denotes University Examination Marks.Note : 1. Candidates should attend the Personal Contact Programme compulsorily. 2. Candidates have to submit the assignment within the stipulated time. 3. 75 percent attendance in the Personal Contact Programme is essential to register for the University Examination, otherwise the examination taken by the candidates will be cancelled. 34
  • (E) M.Sc. (I.T.) - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FIRST YEAR Maximum Marks Min. Duration Paper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours 1 Computer Architecture 25 75 100 50 3 2 Distributed Database Systems 25 75 100 50 3 3 Programming in Java 25 75 100 50 3 4 Computer Networks 25 75 100 50 3 5 Object Oriented Software Engineering 25 75 100 50 3 6 E-Commerce 25 75 100 50 3 7 Multimedia Systems 25 75 100 50 3 8 Advanced Java Programming 25 75 100 50 3 9 Visual Programming 25 75 100 50 3 10 Windows Programming 25 75 100 50 3 11 Practical - I : Java Programming 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 12 Practical - II : Visual Progamming 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 13 Practical - III : Advanced Java Programming 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 14 Practical - IV : Windows Programming 25 65 100 50 3 Record 10 SECOND YEAR Maximum Marks Min. Duration Paper Subject Pass in CA UE Total Marks Hours 15 Object Oriented Analysis and Design 25 75 100 50 3 16 Internet and its Applications 25 75 100 50 3 17 Network Programming 25 75 100 50 3 18 ELECTIVE - I - Software Project Management 25 75 100 50 3 19 ELECTIVE - II - Artificial Neural Networks 25 75 100 50 3 20 Practical - V : Internet and its Applications 25 75 100 50 3 21 Practical - VI : Network Programming 25 75 100 50 3 22 Practical - VII : Mini Project 25 75 100 50 3 (Based on Web Page Design or Multimedia) 23 Project Work 150 400 200 - Project Report 175 Viva Voce 75 CA : Denotes Continuous Internal Assessment Marks. UE : Denotes University Examination Marks.Note : 1. Candidates should attend the Personal Contact Programme compulsorily. 2. Candidates have to submit the assignment within the stipulated time. 3. 75 percent attendance in the Personal Contact Programme is essential to register for the University Examination, otherwise the examination taken by the candidates will be cancelled. 35
  • EXAMINATIONS 6. SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS (A) M.B.A. - EXECUTIVEPROJECT REPORT Each student shall be required to prepare, on the basis of investigations carried out by him/her in a business or industrial organization, project report on possible solutions for a typicalproblem of current interest in the area of Management. The report should demonstrate thecapability of the student for some creative potential and original approach to solve the practicalproblems in to-day’s business or industry. The report should include field studies, surveys,interpretation, planning and design of improved integrated management systems, presented in acomprehensive manner with recommendations for solutions based on scientifically worked outdata. The Project Report must be submitted before the stipulated time, failing which the candidatewill be treated as appearing on a second occasion and shall NOT BE ELIGIBLE for FIRST CLASSand RANKING. However, the students are given the option to take up two subjects in lieu of the project workin the second year.PASSING REQUIREMENTS(i) A candidate who secures not less than 50 percent marks in the Written Examination of each paper shall be declared to have passed the examination in that subject.(ii) a) A candidate shall be declared to have passed Project Work, and Viva Voce if he/she secures a minimum 50 percent marks in the Project Work and Viva Voce Evaluation. b) A candidate failing in any subject will be permitted to appear for the examinations again on a subsequent occasion without putting in any additional attendance. c) A candidate who fails in project work shall be permitted to redo the project work for evaluation, if so recommended by the examiners.(iii) A Candidate who successfully completes the course and passes the examinations of all TWO years prescribed as per Scheme of Examinations shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree provided the whole course has been completed within a maximum of 5 YEARS from the date of initial admission to the course. 36
  • CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES Successful candidates securing not less than 60 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree in First Class providedthey have passed the Project Work at the FIRST appearance and the Examination of all the othersubjects within TWO YEARS after their admission. Successful candidates securing not less than 75 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree with Distinctionprovided they pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the first appearance. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Second Class.RANKING Candidates who pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the FIRSTAPPEARANCE ITSELF alone are eligible for Classification / Ranking / Distinction.TRANSITORY PROVISION Candidates who have undergone the course of study prior to the Calender Year Programme2008 will be permitted to appear for the examinations under those regulations for a period of twoyears. (B) M.B.A. - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONPROJECT REPORT Each student shall be required to prepare, on the basis of investigations carried out by him/her in a business or industrial organization, project report on possible solutions for a typicalproblem of current interest in the area of Management. The report should demonstrate thecapability of the student for some creative potential and original approach to solve the practicalproblems in to-day’s business or industry. The report should include field studies, surveys,interpretation, planning and design of improved integrated management systems, presented in acomprehensive manner with recommendations for solutions based on scientifically worked outdata. The Project Report must be submitted before the stipulated time, failing which the candidatewill be treated as appearing on a second occasion and shall NOT BE ELIGIBLE for FIRST CLASSand RANKING. However, the students are given the option to take up two subjects in lieu of the project workin the second year. 37
  • PASSING REQUIREMENTS(i) A candidate who secures not less than 50 percent marks in the Written Examination of each paper shall be declared to have passed the examination in that subject.(ii) a) A candidate shall be declared to have passed Project Work, and Viva Voce if he/she secures a minimum 50 percent marks in the Project Work and Viva Voce Evaluation. b) A candidate failing in any subject will be permitted to appear for the examinations again on a subsequent occasion without putting in any additional attendance. c) A candidate who fails in project work shall be permitted to redo the project work for evaluation, if so recommended by the examiners.(iii) A Candidate who successfully completes the course and passes the examinations of all TWO years prescribed as per Scheme of Examinations shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree provided the whole course has been completed within a maximum of 5 YEARS from the date of initial admission to the course.CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES Successful candidates securing not less than 60 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree in First Class providedthey have passed the Project Work at the FIRST appearance and the Examination of all the othersubjects within TWO YEARS after their admission. Successful candidates securing not less than 75 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree with Distinctionprovided they pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the first appearance. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the SecondClass.RANKING Candidates who pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the FIRSTAPPEARANCE ITSELF alone are eligible for Classification / Ranking / Distinction.TRANSITORY PROVISION Candidates who have undergone the course of study prior to the Calender Year Programme2008 will be permitted to appear for the examinations under those regulations for a period of twoyears. 38
  • (C) INTEGRATED - M.B.A. (FIVE YEARS) For the First Three Years(a) Foundation Courses (i) Tamil / Alternative Language Subject Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers and securing marks(i) 60 percent and above and (ii) 50 percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate shallbe declared to have passed the examinations in the First and Second Class respectively. All othersuccessful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Third Class. (ii) English Successful candidates passing the examinations for English papers and securing the marks(i) 60 percent and above and (ii) 50 percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate shallbe declared to have passed the examinations in the First and Second Class respectively. All othersuccessful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Third Class.(b) Core Courses and Application Oriented Subjects Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses (Main and Allied) andApplication Oriented Subject together and securing marks (i) 60 percent and above and (ii) 50percent and above but below 60 percent in the aggregate of the marks prescribed for core coursesand application oriented subjects together shall be declared to have passed the examinations inthe First and Second Class respectively. All other successful candidates shall be declared to havepassed the examinations in the Third Class. Candidates who obtain 75 percent of the marks and above in any subject shall be deemed tohave passed in that subject with distinction provided they pass the examinations at the firstappearance. For Fourth & Fifth YearPASSING REQUIREMENTS(i) A candidate who secures not less than 50 percent marks in the Written Examination of each paper shall be declared to have passed the examination in that subject.(ii) a) A candidate shall be declared to have passed Project Work, and Viva Voce if he/she secures a minimum 50 percent marks in the Project Work and Viva Voce Evaluation. b) A candidate failing in any subject will be permitted to appear for the examinations again on a subsequent occasion without putting in any additional attendance. 39
  • c) A candidate who fails in project work shall be permitted to redo the project work for evaluation, if so recommended by the examiners.(iii) A Candidate who successfully completes the course and passes the examinations of all TWO years prescribed as per Scheme of Examinations shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree provided the whole course has been completed within a maximum of 5 YEARS from the date of initial admission to the course.CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES Successful candidates securing not less than 60 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree in First Class providedthey have passed the Project Work at the FIRST appearance and the Examination of all the othersubjects within TWO YEARS after their admission. Successful candidates securing not less than 75 percent in the aggregate of the marksprescribed for the Course shall be declared to have qualified for the Degree with Distinctionprovided they pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the first appearance. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the SecondClass.RANKING Candidates who pass all the examinations prescribed for the course in the FIRSTAPPEARANCE ITSELF alone are eligible for Classification / Ranking / Distinction.TRANSITORY PROVISION Candidates who have undergone the course of study prior to the Calender Year Programme2008 will be permitted to appear for the examinations under those regulations for a period of twoyears. (D) M.C.A. - MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS The candidate’s performance in each paper is evaluated by a combination of continuousinternal assessment and University Examination. The maximum mark for the continuous internalassessment is 25 and for the University Examination 75, for each paper. The marks for the continuousinternal assessment for each theory paper shall be carried out by conducting the internal test andassignment or evaluation for continous internal assessment should be done by the faculty who ishandling the paper. 40
  • The performance of the candidates in the University examinations of the practical paperswill be evaluated by two external examiners appointed by the University. The evaluation patternfor the University practical examination is : Record book - 10 marks Examination - 65 marks For mini-project, the candidate should submit a report not exceeding 25 pages in the sameformat as prescribed for the final project report at the time of examination. The demonstrationmust be carried out in the presence of the examiners and the candidate should carry out themodifications suggested by the examiners during the examination. The final project work can be either carried out in the R & D Section of any Industry /University/Institute or in the institute where the candidate is studying. The projects which aredeveloped in study centres or training institutes will not be considered. For the final projectwork, the guide will evaluate (internal) the Project work for 25 marks based on the performanceof the candidates during the development of the project and the two external examiners willevaluate the project work on the following basis : Project Report - 30 marks Viva Voce - 45 MarksPASSING MINIMUM1. A candidate shall be declared to have passed in each paper, if he/she secures not less than 40% of marks in the University examination and also not less than 50% in aggregate of the total maximum marks.2. A candidate who has passed in all the papers and in the project work within the maximum period of five years reckoned from the date of admission to the course is declared to have qualified for the degree.CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES Percentage of Marks Class 75% and above Distinction 60% and above but below 75% First Class 50% and above but below 60% Second Class 41
  • Only those Candidates who have passed in all the papers including the practicals and projectwork in the first appearance are considered for ranking.PROCEDURE IN THE EVENT OF FAILURE 1. If the candidate fails in a particular paper (other than project work), he/she may reapear for the University examination in the paper in the subsequent years and obtain pass marks. 2. If the candidate fails in the project work, he/she should redo the project work and resubmit the same in the subsequent year with the suggested modifications for evaluation, if so recommended by the Examiners. The internal assessment marks shall be awarded afresh in this case.RANKING Candidates who pass all examinations prescribed for the course in the First Appearance andwithin the period of Three Academic years from the year of Admission to the course alone areeligible for Ranking.TRANSITORY PROVISION Candidates who have undergone the course of study prior to the Calender Year Programme2008 will be permitted to appear for the examinations under those regulations for a period ofthree years.FORMAT FOR PREPARING PROJECT REPORT 1. Title Page 2. Bonafide Certificate 3. Acknowledgement 4. Table of Contents 5. Abstract 6. Chapters of the Report 7. References 8. Appendices, if any (E) M.Sc. (I.T.) - MASTER OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY The candidate’s performance in each paper is evaluated by a combination of continuousinternal assessment and University Examination. The maximum mark for the continuous internalassessment is 25 and for the University Examination 75, for each paper. The marks for the continuousinternal assessment for each theory paper shall be carried out by conducting the internal test andassignment or evaluation for continous internal assessment should be done by the faculty who ishandling the paper. 42
  • The performance of the candidates in the University examinations of the practical paperswill be evaluated by two external examiners appointed by the University. The evaluation patternfor the University practical examination is : Record book - 10 marks Examination - 65 marksPASSING REQUIREMENTS A candidate will be declared to have passed in any paper (including practical and projectwork), if he/she secures not less than 50% of marks (continuous internal assessment and theUniversity Examination, put together) provided a minimum of 40% of marks is secured in theUniversity Examination. He/She should have passed all the prescribed papers as in the syllabusfor the award of the degree.CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES Percentage of Marks Class 75% and above Distinction 60% and above but below 75% First Class 50% and above but below 60% Second Class Only those candidates who have passed all the papers including practicals and project workin the first appearance are considered for ranking.PROCEDURE IN THE EVENT OF FAILURE1. If the candidate fails in a particular subject (other than project work), he/she may appear for the University examination in that subject in subsequent years and obtain pass marks.2. If the candidate fails in the project work, the candidates will re-register for project work and redo it in the subsequent year and resubmit the dissertation with the suggested modifications for evaluation, if so recommended by the Examiners. The internal assessment marks will be awarded afresh in this case. 43
  • 7. FEE DETAILS (A) BREAK-UP OF FEESl. AmountNo. NATURE OF THE FEE `.1. Registration Fee along with filled in Application Form a) MBA Executive 1,000/- b) M.B.A., MBA Integraged, M.C.A., M.Sc. (I.T.) 400/-2. Admission Fee 50/-3. Matriculation Fee for those who are seeking admission to the University of Madras for the first time 30/-4. Recognition Fee a) Examination of other Boards / Universities in India 300/- b) Examination outside India 2,020/-5. Postage & Stationery Fees - Per Year a) M.B.A., M.C.A., 750/- b) M.B.A Executive, Integrated M.B.A., M.Sc. (I.T.) 1,000/-6. Development Fee - Per Year 100/-7. Special Fee - a) MBA Integrated Ist, IInd & IIIrd year 520/- b) M.B.A., MBA Integrated IV year & Vth year 1,500/- c) M.C.A., M.Sc. (I.T.) 2,100/-8. Tuition Fee a) MBA Integrated Ist, IInd & IIIrd year 1,600/- b) MBA Integrated IV year - Vth year, M.B.A. 6,000/- c) M.C.A., M.Sc. (I.T.) 9,000/- Last date for receipt of Tuition fees for Second Year M.B.A. Degree Course For Academic Year Admissions For Calendar Year Admissions 20.07.2012 20.02.2013 44
  • (B) TOTAL FEE PARTICULARS - COURSE WISE Madras University University of Madras Other University Second Third Fourth Fifth Course PUC Passed Candidates Graduates COURSE Graduates Year Year Year Year Code First Year First Year First Year Sl. No. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 1. M.B.A. Integrated (Five Years) PBN 2,770/- 3,000/- 3,100/- 2,720/- 2,720/- 8,730/- 8,350/- University of Madras Other University Second Third Course Graduates COURSE Graduates Year Year Code First Year First Year Sl. No. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 1. MBA Executive PBX 25,000/- 5,000/- - 2. M.B.A. PBA 8,400/- 8,730/- 8,350/- - 3. *M.C.A. PCA 12,000/- 12,330/- 11,950/- 11,950/- 4. *M.Sc. - Information Technology (I.T.) PIT 12,000/- 12,330/- 11,950/- -45 * M.C.A. and M.Sc. (Information Technology) candidates are permitted to remit the fees in two instalments as follows : University of Madras Graduates Other University Graduates Academic Year Programmes Calendar Year Programmes 2011 - 2012 2012 First Second Total First Second Total M.C.A. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment First Second First Second Rs. Rs. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Fees to be paid within 15 days Fees to be paid within 15 days I Year 7,000/- 5,000/- 12,000/- 7,000/- 5,330/- 12,330/- from the date of admission 16-01- 2012 from the date of admission 15-07- 2012 II Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 15-07-2012 16-01-2013 16-01-2013 16-07-2013 III Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 16-07-2013 15-01-2014 15-01-2014 15-07-2014 University of Madras Graduates Academic Year Programmes Calendar Year Programmes Other University Graduates 2011 - 2012 2012 M.Sc. (I.T.) First Second Total First Second Total First Second First Second Instalment Instalment Rs. Instalment Instalment Rs. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. I Year 7,000/- 5,000/- 12,000/- 7,000/- 5,330/- 12,330/- Fees to be paid within 15 days Fees to be paid within 15 days from the date of admission 16-01- 2012 from the date of admission 15-07- 2012 II Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 15-07-2012 16-01-2013 16-01-2013 16-07-2013
  • (C) FEE DETAILS FOR STUDY CENTRES COURSE WISE Madras University PUC University of Madras Other University Second Year Third Year Passed Candidates I Year Graduates First Year Graduates First Year COURSE Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Study Study Study Study Study Sl. No. IDE IDE IDE IDE IDE Centre Total Centre Total Centre Total Centre Total Centre Total Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Share 1,760 960 2,720 1,760 960 2,720 1. M.B.A. Integrated (Five Years) 1,810 960 2,770 2,040 960 3,000 2,140 960 3,100 Fourth Year Rs. Fifth Year Rs. 6,330 2,400 8,730 5,950 2,400 8,350 University of Madras Other University Second Year Third Year Graduates First Year Graduates First Year COURSE Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. IDE Study IDE Study IDE Study IDE Study Sl. No. Centre Total Centre Total Centre Total Centre Total Share Share Share Share Share Share Share Share 1. MBA Executive 15,000 10,000 25,000 15,000 10,000 25,000 3,000 2,000 5,000 - - - 2. M.B.A. 6,000 2,400 8,400 6,330 8,730 8,730 5,950 2,400 8,350 - - - 3. *M.C.A. 6,600 5,400 12,000 6,930 5,400 12,330 6,550 5,400 11,950 6,550 5,400 11,95046 4. *M.Sc. - Information Technology (I.T.) 6,600 5,400 12,000 6,930 5,400 12,330 6,550 5,400 11,950 - - - * M.C.A. and M.Sc. (Information Technology) candidates are permitted to remit the fees in two instalments as follows : University of Madras Graduates Other University Graduates Academic Year Programmes Calendar Year Programmes 2011 - 2012 2012 First Second Total First Second Total M.C.A. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment First Second First Second Rs. Rs. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Fees to be paid within 15 days Fees to be paid within 15 days I Year 7,000/- 5,000/- 12,000/- 7,000/- 5,330/- 12,330/- from the date of admission 16-01- 2012 from the date of admission 15-07- 2012 II Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 15-07-2012 16-01-2013 16-01-2013 16-07-2013 III Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 16-07-2013 15-01-2014 15-01-2014 15-07-2014 University of Madras Graduates Academic Year Programmes Calendar Year Programmes Other University Graduates 2011 - 2012 2012 M.Sc. (I.T.) First Second Total First Second Total First Second First Second Instalment Instalment Rs. Instalment Instalment Rs. Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. I Year 7,000/- 5,000/- 12,000/- 7,000/- 5,330/- 12,330/- Fees to be paid within 15 days Fees to be paid within 15 days from the date of admission 16-01- 2012 from the date of admission 15-07- 2012 II Year 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 6,500/- 5,450/- 11,950/- 15-07-2012 16-01-2013 16-01-2013 16-07-2013
  • (D) FEE DETAILS - OVERSEAS STUDENTS (Total fees inclusive of the admission fee / tuition fee to be collected per annum) TABLE I - SAARC COUNTRIES Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centre in SAARC Countries only NAME OF THE COURSE UNIVERSITY STUDY CENTRE TOTAL FEE FEE FEE M.B.A. Executive First Year US.$. 500 US.$. 1000 US.$. 1500 M.B.A. Executive Second Year US.$. 100 US.$. 200 US.$. 300 M.B.A. US.$. 400 US.$. 200 US.$. 600 M.B.A. Integrated First Three Years US.$. 75 US.$. 38 US.$. 113 M.B.A. Executive Fourth & Fifty Year US.$. 400 US.$. 200 US.$. 600 M.C.A. US.$. 500 US.$. 250 US.$. 750 M.Sc. Information Technology (I.T.) US.$. 525 US.$. 263 US.$. 788 TABLE II - OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centres in Foreign Countries / other than SAARC Countries NAME OF THE COURSE UNIVERSITY STUDY CENTRE TOTAL FEE FEE FEE M.B.A. Executive First Year US.$. 1000 US.$. 1500 US.$. 2500 M.B.A. Executive Second Year US.$. 200 US.$. 300 US.$. 500 M.B.A. US.$. 1000 US.$. 500 US.$. 1500 M.B.A. Integrated First Three Years US.$. 185 US.$. 93 US.$. 278 M.B.A. Integrated Fourth & Fifth year US.$. 1000 US.$. 500 US.$. 1500 M.C.A. US.$. 1250 US.$. 625 US.$. 1875 M.Sc. Information Technology (I.T.) US.$. 1310 US.$. 655 US.$. 1965Note : In addition to the above fees (Table I & II) a sum of 25 US.$ is to be collected from each student towards postal charges. 47
  • TABLE III - OTHER FEES Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centres in NATURE OF THE FEES SAARC Countries Other Foreign CountriesChange of Course Fee US.$. 30 US.$. 45Transfer Fee for other University Students US.$. 45 US.$. 75 TABLE IV - EXAMINATION FEES For SAARC Countries For other Foreign Countries University Service Total University Service Total Subject Charges to the Charges to the Fees in Co-ordinator in Fees in Fees in Co-ordinator in Fees in US.$. US.$. US.$. US.$. US.$. US.$.Professional Courses - (M.B.A.Executive, M.B.A.,M.B.A. Integrated, 8 2 10 20 5 25M.C.A., and M.Sc. (I.T.))per Paper / PracticalApplication Fee - - 12 - - 5Statement of Marks - - 2 - - 5Provisional Certificate(For final year) - - 5 - - 10Convocation Degree Certificate(For final year) - - 10 - - 15Migration Certificate - - 5 - - 10 MODE OF PAYMENT FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED THROUGH THE STUDY CENTRES / PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS Students who are getting admitted through the study centres are requested to pay the Tuition Fees in TWO Demand Draft / Challan. 1. Fees Payable to Institute of Distance : To be paid in the form of Demand Draft Education, University of Madras. or Challan in favour of “The Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras” payable at Chennai. 2. Fees Payable to the Study Centre : To be paid in the form of Demand Draft / Participatory Institutions in favour of The Co-ordinator, Respective Study Centre / Participatory Institution. Refer to Page No. 44 to 48 for Fee Details. 48
  • 8. GENERAL INFORMATION (A) ADMISSIONS(1) Fee should be paid before the prescribed time. No extension of time for the payment of fee will be given under any circumstances.(2) All types of fees payable to the institute should be paid by Challan through the designated BANK (Challan Enclosed). Postal Orders, Money Orders, Mail Transfers, Other Bank Challans and Cash payments will not be accepted.(3) Candidates are requested to write clearly their name and enrolment number on the Bank Challan. The Bank Challan (IDE Copy) should be forwarded or presented to the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. Students admitted through the Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres are advised to forward the Challan to the Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres for onward transmission to the DIRECTOR, IDE for collecting the learning materials from the Study Centre / Spot Admission Centre. Fee once remitted will not be refunded or adjusted in any manner under any circumstances.(4) Prescribed text books are not supplied for all subjects to the candidates by the Institute of Distance Education. Hence, they are advised to get them from the book-sellers. However, the syllabi and the learning materials will be sent to the candidates.(5) The learning materials will be supplied at the Personal Contact Programme Centres, Study Centres and Spot Admission Centres. Those who are not able to collect the packages at the centre may request the Director, IDE to despatch the learning materials by post.The last dates for the receipt of the tuition fee, postage and stationery fee etc., are given below. IMPORTANT NOTE Students who want to discontinue their courses after the completion of first/second year should informthe Director, IDE., before the 31st May of every year. Otherwise, full fees will be collected for the subsequentyears. Only after receiving all the fees, his/her Course Completion Certificate will be issued. In the case ofdiscontinuance this certificate will indicate only that part of the course completed. Legal dispute, if any, relating to Admission/Examinations of IDE., will be subject toChennai Jurisdiction only. Visually and other Physically challenged candidates are advised not to apply for M.C.A./M.Sc. InformationTechnology Degree Courses and not to opt Elective Subject - Systems in M.B.A. Degree Course which involveoperation of Computers. 49
  • CERTIFICATES TO BE ENCLOSED WITH APPLICATION1) Transfer Certificate / Course Completion Certificate from the Head of the Institution where the applicant last studied.2) Provisional / Degree [Diploma] Certificate of the qualifying examinations passed by him / her.3) Statement of Marks right from schooling viz. 10th, 12th and DEGREE Examinations Passed by him/her.4) If the certificates are in a language other than English / Tamil, an authenticated translation in English should be sent along with the originals duly attested by a Gazetted Officer.5) Candidates who have not undergone the courses (Qualifying Examinations) under 10 + 2 + 3 (or) 11 + 1 + 3 (or) 11 + 2 + 2 pattern or any Open University System of recognised Universities need not apply, as they are not eligible for admission.6) All the Original Certificates mentioned, should be submitted or presented to “The Director, IDE, University of Madras, Chennai - 600 005” / Co-ordinator of the Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres along with the application form for admission duly signed by the candidate with payment endorsed Bank Challan towards the Registration fee paid through any of the branches of the designated Banks. Failure to submit any of the above documents may entail rejection of their applications. In the case of candidates applying for M.B.A. Executive Registration Fee of Rs. 1,000/- and M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A. / M.Sc.(I.T.), the Registration Fee of Rs. 400/- paid by means of challan endorsed by the designated Bank or a demand draft in favour of “The Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras”, payable at Chennai, should be enclosed. This amount is not refundable under any circumstances.7) A Course Completion Certificate will be issued by the Institute on completion of the course, if the candidate has no arrears of fee. Candidates who have completed the course are permitted to take the examinations in which they have not passed even after the issue of the Course Completion Certificate till the regulation under which the candidate has undergone the course is in force.8) All the original certificates should be attached at the left hand top corner of the application form with a tag or string to prevent them from getting lost.9) Candidates are advised to make sufficient number of copies of their original certificates before sending them to the Institute.10) Candidates pursuing any other course of study either in this Institute or elsewhere are eligible for admission only to Certificate or Diploma Courses offered by this Institute. They will not be permitted to join any other Degree Course offered by the Institute.11) The filled in application form along with the necessary Certificates / Documents should be sent to the Director, IDE., by Registered Post with Acknowledgement due or presented in person at the Institute / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres.12) Admission to candidates who have qualified from other Universities / Bodies will be considered only on the condition that their previous qualifications are recognised by this University. However, action will be taken to recognise the examination of a recognised University, if the syllabus of the qualifying examination is produced by the candidate. This is subject to approval by the authorities of the University of Madras. 50
  • METHOD OF PAYMENT OF FEES1. No extension of time will be given under any circumstance for payment of fees. Fees may be paid by means of challan through any one of the branches of the designated Banks. In places where there is no designated Banks, the students may make the payment by Demand Draft (Nationalised / Scheduled Bank) drawn in favour of “The Director, IDE, University of Madras”, payable at Chennai. Postal Orders, Money Orders, Mail Transfers and cash payments will not be accepted.2. Candidates are advised to send or present the designated Bank payment endorsed challan to the Institute or the Study Centre/Spot Admission Centre as soon as they get it from the Bank, so as to enable the Institute to send learning and other materials quickly or facilitate the collection of the learning materials from the Study Centre/Spot Admission Centre.3. Students admitted through Study Centres are advised to submit the Bank payment endorsed Challan by the designated Bank to the Study Centre for onward transmission to the Director and for collecting the learning materials from the Study Centre. Fees once remitted will not be refunded or adjusted in any manner under any circumstances.4. Prescribed text books are not supplied to the candidates by the Institute of Distance Education. Hence, they are advised to get them from the book-sellers. However, the syllabi and the learning materials will be sent to the candidates.5. Learning materials will be supplied at the Personal Contact Programme Centres / Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres. Those who are not able to receive at the centre may request the Director along with the fee paid details to despatch the learning materials by post.6. The last date for receipt of the tuition fee, postage fee and stationery fee etc., for the M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A. & M.Sc. (I.T.) Courses are specified below. Academic Year Admissions Calendar Year Admissions Second Year M.B.A. Degree Course Year & 2010 - 2011 2011 Courses First Second First Second Academic Year Admissions Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment 20.07.2012 Second Year - M.C.A., M.Sc.(I.T.) 15-07-2012 20-01-2013 20-01-2013 16-07-2013 Calendar Year Admissions Third Year - M.C.A. only 16-07-2013 21-01-2014 21-01-2014 15-07-2014 20.02.2013 51
  • MODE OF PAYMENT FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED THROUGH THE STUDY CENTRES / PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS Students who are getting admitted through the study centres are requested to pay the Tuition Fees in TWO Demand Draft / Challan. 1. Fees Payable to Institute of Distance : To be paid in the form of Demand Draft Education, University of Madras. or Challan in favour of “The Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras” payable at Chennai. 2. Fees Payable to the Study Centre : To be paid in the form of Demand Draft / Participatory Institutions in favour of The Co-ordinator, Respective Study Centre / Participatory Institution. Refer to Page No. 44 to 48 for Fee Details. MODE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES Students can make their payments with the Banks designated by the Institute of Distance Education,University of Madras without any additional charge. The challan has three identical parts, Viz. Bank Copy,IDE Copy and Student Copy. The particulars required in the challan should be filled in by the Candidates withoutleaving any columns blank. The BANK will retain Bank Copy, and return the IDE Copy and Student Copy to thestudent. The IDE copy of the BANK Challan should be sent / submitted to the Director, IDE for official use. Thestudent copy should be preserved carefully by the student as a proof of payment. In places where there is no facilityfor the payment of fees through the designated Banks, students may make the payment by means of Demand Draftobtained from any of the Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favour of “The Director, IDE, University ofMadras” payable at Chennai. Online Fees Payment System Students can remitt their Registration Fees & Tuition Fees Online through Payment Gateways System. Provided with Website : www.ideunom.ac.in. The filled in application form should be sent or presented along with the IDE copy of the fee paid challanendorsed by the designated BANK for the Registration Fee. This amount is not refundable under any circumstances. The Tuition Fee and other fees for the First Year should be paid only after receiving the intimation letter ofprovisional admission. For payment of subsequent tuition fees and other fees for second and third years, noseparate intimation will be sent to the candidates admitted. Hence, candidates are advised to retain thisProspectus till the completion of the course for guidance and make remittances within the specified due 52
  • dates on their own by using the Xerox copy of Fee Challan. The enrolment of the defaulters willautomatically stand cancelled. They may, however, be readmitted to the same course on payment ofRs. 500/- subject to approval by the authorities. Candidates are not permitted to remit the fees in instalments. The students are strictly instructed to use separate BANK challans to pay the Tuition Fees and ExaminationFees and send or present them to the Director, IDE, in separate envelopes. The fee paid challan endorsed by thedesignated BANK may also be presented to the Co-ordinator, Spot Admission Centre / Study Centre for onwardtransmission to the Director, IDE. They are requested not to pay both examination and tuition fees together.The Institute is not responsible for any delay in sending learning materials or statement of marks, etc.,if the examination and tuition fees are paid together. FEE CONCESSION The Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras offers following fee concessions:A. Fee concessions to differently-abled candidates / Prisoners (a) Differently-abled candidates with atleast 40% physical disability and who are in possession of national identity card for disability issued by the competent authorities can pursue distance education programmes offered by the University of Madras with full exemption of tuition fees and special fees. (b) Prisoners of Tamil Nadu will be considered for exemption of tuition fees provided they submit their appliction for admission with a ‘No Objection Certificate’ issued by the competent authority.B. 25% Tuition Fees concessions are extended by IDE, University of Madras for the following categories of Student community. (a) Women candidates (b) Graduates of the Universityof Madras (c) Presently serving Defence service personnel (d) Teachers (e) Police Personnel (f) Press and Media Personnel NOTE: Candidates can avail ANY ONE of the above three concessionsC. Concessions for pursuing additional certificate / diploma course (this concession is in addition to the concessions listed under item ‘B’ above): (a) Undergraduate students on roll of the IDE can do one certificate course (EXCEPT French, German and Sanskrit) with full waiver of tuition fee. (b) Post-graduate students on roll of the IDE can do one certificate / diploma course with full waiver of tuition fee. CHANGE OF COURSE (OR) MEDIUMCandidates are advised to make a firm choice of the course of study they wish to pursue and the medium ofinstruction before sending the application for admission. Normally, change of subject or medium of instruction willnot be allowed; but in special cases change may be permitted within one month from the date of admission onpayment of the prescribed fee of Rs.500/- subject to approval by the authorities. 53
  • CONDONATION OF BREAK IN STUDIES Candidates who have discontinued courses from Colleges or from this Institute and seek admission inthis Institute in the Second / Third Year of the course should pay a sum of Rs. 500/- or such fee as may bein force from time to time towards condoning the break in study and for permission to rejoin the course. If suchstudents seek admission in some other branch of study, they will be permitted to join the II / III year subjectto the condition that they should appear and pass all the subjects prescribed from I Year onwards on paymentof the prescribed fee. Candidates from other Universities should pay Rs.750/- towards transfer fee in additionto condonation fee, if he/she wants to join in the second / third year of the course. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION(1) The method of instruction comprises (a) distributing learning materials periodically, (b) personal contact programme. The learning materials can be collected by the students or his/her representative personally from the Institute/ P.C.P. Centres / Spot Admission Centres on production of the payment endorsed by the designated BANK Challan (IDE Copy) for the payment of tuition fees.(2) Attendance for the students relating to the Theory Classes / Practical Classes of M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A. and M.Sc. (Information Technology) is compulsory. If a student does not attend the compulsory contact programme, he/she is not eligible for appearing for the University Examinations (Theory and Practical). If candidates appear for the University Examinations (Theory and Practical) without adequate attendance in the compulsory personal contact programme, they do so at their own risk and it leads to cancellation of their appearance in the Examinations.(3) Personal Contact Programme classes will be arranged for the benefit of students in selected centres in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and at the Study Centres in the other states of India. The number of P.C.P. Centres will depend on student enrolment. This programme is meant for class room lectures on important topics and clearing the doubts of the students. Students are advised to attend the classes in their own interest for effective learning. The venue and dates of these programmes will be intimated individually or notified from time to time in the leading dailies and in the Website (www.unom.ac.in).(4) The detailed schedule of the Personal Contact Programme will be intimated separately. ADDRESS SLIP The applicants for admission are required to furnish their address in each of the six slots provided for thepurpose on a separate sheet attached to the application form. The admission intimation, original certificatesand learning materials will be sent to the address furnished in the Address Slip only. Write the address incapital letters and use ball pen only. 54
  • CHANGE OF ADDRESS All communications and learning materials in the case of those who opt to receive by post will be sentto the candidates to the address given in the application form. Any change in the address should be intimatedto the Institute, Spot Admission Centre / Study Centre immediately with the enrolment number. Candidates areadvised to make necessary arrangements in the post office for their mail to be redirected to their new addressin the event of a despatch being sent before the change is effected. IDENTITY CARD The Identity Card will be issued after the First year tuition fee is paid. The Identity Card will be valid tillthe completion of the course. In the event of a student discontinuing a course, the card shall become invalidfor the year / years yet to be completed. Candidates are instructed to preserve their identity cards. Theyshould note that the examination Hall Ticket will be issued by the Chief Superintendent of the ExaminationCentre, only on production of the identity card. The arrear candidates can use the Identity Card for obtainingHall Tickets even though the duration of the course of study is over. If the original card is lost, a duplicate willbe issued on payment of Rs.100/-. The payment endorsed by the designated Bank challan (IDE. Copy) isto be sent for this purpose together with a passport size photograph. ENROLMENT NUMBER An Enrolment Number will be assigned to the candidate on admission. This enrolment number will holdgood for the entire duration of the course of study. In every communication addressed to the Institute, thisnumber should be quoted. Letters received without the enrolment number will not be entertained. The Enrolment Number is a twelve digit unique code (alpha-numeric). The first two digits indicate theyear of admission. The third, fourth and the fifth the centre, the sixth, seventh and the eighth the subject and lastfour the actual enrolment number. SCHOLARSHIPA) Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who pursue their studies through this Institute under the Regular Stream alone are eligible for reimbursement of the fees. They are also eligible for an annual allowance of Rs.500/- towards purchase of essential/prescribed books. This prescribed scholarship form and other particulars in this connection can be obtained from the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005 after Payment of Tuition Fees.B) Visually or other physically challenged candidates, can avail themselves of the State Government Scholarship for the disabled. The prescribed form may be obtained from the District Rehabilitation Officer in the districts concerned for reimbursement of non-refundable fees.C) Eligible SC/ST students are directed to submit the SC/ST scholarship form during their study at IDE only and no SC/ST scholarship application form will be accepted after the period of study at IDE on any circumstances. 55
  • SPOT ADMISSION1) Spot Admission for the first year will be given to those who come to the Institute / Spot Admission Centre / Study Centre in person with the required Certificates / Documents.2) Eligible candidates who seek spot admission can collect their first-year learning materials at the Institute / Spot Admission Centre / Study Centre itself, by producing the IDE copy of the fee paid designated Bank challan towards Registration Fee plus Tuition Fee and other fees prescribed for the first year. For particulars of total fees to be paid (excluding Registration Fee), please see the respective Tables.3) The second-year learning materials may also be supplied to the students at the Institute, Spot Admission / Study Centre on production of the fee paid designated Bank challan (IDE copy) towards tuition fee for the second year. CONDITIONS FOR LATERAL ADMISSION INTO SECOND / THIRD YEAR COURSES POSTGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL COURSES Candidates seeking lateral admission into the Second Year M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / IntegratedM.B.A. / M.C.A. / M.Sc.(I.T.), and Third Year M.C.A. Postgraduate Professional Degree Courses in theInstitute of Distance Education, University of Madras should enclose two copies of the relevant syllabusof the course they have undergone in the First / Second year through the Colleges includingAutonomous Colleges affiliated to recognised Indian Universities for perusal and approval by theUniversity authorities pertaining to exemption of papers in which they have already passed. Besides, theoriginal certificates pertaining to 10th and 12th [+ 1 & + 2] School Education Mark Statement / 3 Year DegreeStatement of Marks, First Year/Second Year Postgraduate Professional Degree Course Statement of MarksPassed / Failed and Transfer Certificate from the Institution where the candidates have undergone anddiscontinued their First Year/Second Year M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.) Courses, and one set of attested xerox copies of the relevant original certificates should be enclosedalong with the application form. Otherwise, the application submitted by the candidate is liable for cancellationwithout any intimation. Students seeking lateral admission to Second / Third Year Postgraduate Courses with exemption of papers should attach two copies of syllabus of the subject for which exemption is sought Candidates from abroad, seeking admission/lateral admission to the M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. /Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.) Post-Graduate Professional Degree Courses in the Institute of DistanceEducation, University of Madras should submit their application along with two copies of the authenticatedsyllabus studied by them and also an “EQUIVALENCE CERTIFICATE” obtained from the UniversityGrants Commission (UGC)/Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi, in conformity with thecourse undergone by them as equivalent to the courses offered in recognised Indian Universities. Besides,Original Certificates with two sets of xerox copies of the relevant certificates as specified above should be 56
  • enclosed along with the application form. Otherwise, the application submitted by the candidate is liable forcancellation without any intimation. Lateral admission of candidates to the Second Year M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. /M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.)/Third Year M.C.A. Postgraduate Professional Degree Courses for continuing their studiesin this Institute may be considered. Initially provisional admission will be given with exemption for theyear completed on condition that the candidates have to appear and pass all the papers from the First yearonwards irrespective of the lateral admission given to the Second Year [M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / IntegratedM.B.A. / M.C.A. / M.Sc.(I.T.)] Courses / Third Year [M.C.A.] Course. However, exemption for papers inwhich the candidate has already passed may be considered after perusal of the authenticated syllabus submittedby the candidates by the authorities of the University of Madras. On approval by the University authorities,candidates will be informed individually. Candidates from other Universities/Autonomous Colleges, seeking lateral admission to the SecondYear M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.)/Third Year M.C.A. Post-GraduateProfessional Degree Courses for continuing their studies in the Institute of Distance Education, University ofMadras are NOT ELIGIBLE for CLASSIFICATION. Candidates from Colleges affiliated to this University who have appeared and passed the First YearM.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / Integrated M.B.A. / M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.) Second Year M.C.A. Degree Coursein different Regulations or Patterns and continuing their Second Year M.B.A. Executive / M.B.A. / IntegratedM.B.A. / M.C.A./M.Sc.(I.T.) Third Year M.C.A. Degree Course studies in the Institute of Distance Educationfor completing the course are NOT ELIGIBLE for CLASSIFICATION. CANDIDATES WITH ARREARS Students with arrears, after the completion of the duration of the course of study, have to seek andobtain on their own initiative, with a requisition letter and with self-addressed envelope, the particulars ofchange of syllabus, provision for completion of course, practical classes, practical examinations, ExaminationApplication Forms, from the Director, IDE., University of Madras. Co-ordinators of PCP Centres/SpotAdmission Centres/Study Centres may provide the above particulars. In all the communications to the Institute,these candidates should quote the Enrolment Number and Address. PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE AND DEGREE Provisional Certificate will be issued to those who have qualified for the degree after the publication ofresults. For obtaining Provisional Certificate and Degree / Diploma, a Fee of Rs.300/- or such fees asmay be in force from time to time, should be paid along with the Final Year Examination Fee. Prescribed forms for obtaining Provisional Certificate and Degree/Diploma are also available with theInstitute/P.C.P. Centres/Spot Admission Centres/Study Centres. They can also be downloaded from theWebsite (www.unom.ac.in). 57
  • 9. PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME Students are instructed to note the following1. Students are advised to make their own arrangement for Boarding and Lodging.2. Students are advised to bring their own Note-books, Pens, Pencils, etc.3. Students from other States may attend Classes at any one of the nearest PCP Centres.4. The Co-ordinator / Additional Co-ordinator at the respective Centres will be available for any clarification regarding the course.5. Detailed Time-Table for PCP Classes will be made available at the PCP Centres on the first day of the PCP Classes.6. Any change in the programme will be intimated to the students at the venue of the PCP Classes.7. PCP Classes will be held from 9.00 a.m. to 12.45 p.m. & 1.30 p.m. to 5.15 p.m.8. Students should not use Cell Phones in the class rooms.9. Students are advised to collect their study materials from the PCP Centres / Study Centres by submitting their tuition fee remittance challan (designated Bank).10. Students are instructed to keep their identity card ready to be produced for any reference. PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME CENTRES[i] Personal Contact Programmes will be organized in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry at the centres listed below.[ii] Personal Contact Programmes for all courses offered by the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, will be conducted at Chennai.[iii] Personal Contact Programmes for practical oriented subjects shall be conducted at the PCP Centres listed in the statement below subject to sufficient enrolment of students and availability of essential infrastructure facilities at the PCP Centres for conducting the practical oriented subjects. Otherwise, the students shall be merged with other nearby PCP Centres where the practical oriented courses can be conducted or they have to attend to the PCP Classes at Chennai.[iv] The PCP Centre Code allotted to the places of centres in the statement below be chosen by the candidates and the same be indicated in the boxes provided in the application form as well as coding sheet properly. 58
  • PCP CENTRES CENTRE CODE PCP CENTRES CENTRE CODE AMBUR 221 KUMBAKONAM 229 CHENGALPATTU 222 SALEM 231 TIRUCHIRAPALLI 232 CHENNAI 223 TIRUVANNAMALAI 233 COIMBATORE 224 TIRUVALLUR 234 DHARMAPURI 225 VELLORE 235 ERODE 226 VILLUPURAM 236 KANCHEEPURAM 227 PUDUCHERRY 237 The timings of practical classes for M.C.A. and M.Sc. (I.T.) Degree Courses are subject to change IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES Students are advised to avail themselves of the facility offered by the BANKS designatedby the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, spread all over INDIA forpayment of all fees (Registration fee, Tuition fee, Examination fee, etc) without anyadditional charges. A challan in triplicate is appended to the Prospectus for the purposeof remittance of fees. Take required copies for use during your course period. The challanis also available in all the designated BANK branches. In places where there is no designatedBANK, the students may make the payment by means of DEMAND DRAFT obtained fromany Nationalised / Schedule Bank drawn in favour of “THE DIRECTOR, IDE, UNIVERSITYOF MADRAS” payable at Chennai. 59
  • PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMMEPCP Centres for the students who have enrolled in the Single Window Admission Centre of IDE, Spot Admission Centres of the University THEORY & PRACTICALS Sl. DAYS TO BE CENTRES COURSE ATTENDANCE N o. CONDUCTED 1 M.B.A. Chennai, Coimbatore, 16 days per year Optional Executive Tiruchirapalli, Vellore and Study Centres 2 M.B.A. Chennai, (All Courses) 16 days per year Optional Coimbatore, Tiruchirapalli, Week-end classes only Vellore and Study Centres First Three Years Chennai, Coimbatore, 3 Integrated - 10 days Tiruchirapalli, M.B.A. Fourth & Fifth Years Optional Vellore and Study Centres - 16 days 4 M.C.A. Seond Year - 34 days 75 Percent Salem, Tiruchirapalli, Third Year – 20 days. Compulsory Vellore, Puducherry and Study Centres Chennai, Coimbatore, 5 M.Sc. First Year - 34 days 75 Percent Dindigul, Salem, (Information Technology) Second Year - 23 days Compulsory Tiruchirapalli, Vellore, Puducherry and Study CentresNote : In Chennai, classes will be conducted for all the courses. Depending upon student enrolment, classes will be conducted at selected mofussil centres for M.B.A. Executive, M.B.A., Integrated M.B.A., M.C.A. and M.Sc. (I.T.) Courses. If the strength is not sufficient in any centre it will be merged with the centre nearest to it. Students who have enrolled with the Study Centres, Participatory Centres, the PCP Classes will be conducted by the Respective Institutions. 60
  • 10. SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES & STUDY CENTRES SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 101 INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION, University of Madras, I.D.E. Buildings, Chepauk, CHENNAI-600 005. Phone : 044-25613727 / 25613728 / 25613999 Fax : 91-44-25360865 /25393368 102 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY POST WITHIN TAMILNADU. 104 MAZHARUL ULOOM COLLEGE, Reddy Thoppu, AMBUR-635 802. [Vellore District] Phone : 04174-242644 Fax : 04174-249638 106 PERIYAR ARTS COLLEGE, Devanampattinam, CUDDALORE-607 001. Phone : 04142-293153 Fax : 04142-293436 107 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, COLLECTORATE (P.O.), DHARMAPURI-636 705. Phone : 04342-230008 Fax : 04342-281850 110 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE [MEN], Chennai Road, KRISHNAGIRI-635 001. Phone : 04343-292730 Fax : 04343-234780 111 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, (Autonomous) KUMBAKONAM-612 001. [Thanjavur District] Phone : 0435-2442149 / 2442977 Fax : 0435-2442977 114 MODERATOR GNANADASON POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, Distillery Road, NAGERCOIL-629 001. [Kanyakumari District] Phone : 04652-223302 / 230859 Fax : 04652-223302 Mobile : 986521071361 116 ST. XAVIER’S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, John’s College Road, PALAYAMKOTTAI-627 002. [Tirunelveli District] Phone : 0462-2577630 Fax : 0462-2577630 Mobile : 9788421646 117 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Cherry Road, SALEM-636 007. Phone : 0427-2413273 Fax : 0427-2413273 119 JAMAL MOHAMMED COLLEGE, No. 7, Race Course Road, Khajanagar, THIRUCHIRAPALLI-620 020. Phone : 0431-2333235 Fax : 0431-2331435 120 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Chengam Road, Ramanasramam P.O., THIRUVANNAMALAI-606 603. Phone : 04175-236298 Fax : 04175-236553 Mobile : 9442250302 121 GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Stone House Hill P.O., UDHAGAMANDALAM-643 002, The Nilgiris Phone : 0423-2443981 Fax : 0423-2448500 122 MUTHURANGAM GOVT. ARTS COLLEGE, Otteri Road, Bagayam, VELLORE-632 002. Phone : 0416-2262068 Fax : 0416-2263768 Mobile : 9842281620 124 PANNAIKADU VEERAMMAL PARAMASIVAM COLLEGE, PVP Nagar, Dindigul Batlagundu Highway, K. Singarakottai (P.O), DINDIGUL-624 708. Phone : 04543-268444 / 268445 Fax : 04543-268633 Mobile : 9750953331 125 CHERAN MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Vennaimalai, KARUR-639 006. Phone : 04324-222004 / 222029 126 ABI & ABI COLLEGE ARTS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Abi & Abi Nagar, Vayalur, Kumbakonam Main Road, Vayalur, THANJAVUR-613 003. Phone : 04362-253666 Fax : 04362-246444 Mobile : 9786227505 127 VOORHEES COLLEGE, 1/A, Officer’s Line, VELLORE-632 001. Phone : 0416-2220317 Fax : 0416-2220318
  • SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 128 KANDASWAMI KANDAR’S COLLEGE, VELUR-638 182, Paramathi-Velur Taluk, [Namakkal District] Phone : 04268-220255 Fax : 04268-223355 Mobile : 9443001385 129 SREE AMMAN ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGE, Chittode, ERODE-638 102. Phone : 0424-2533987 / 2535172 Fax : 0424-2535171 130 PACHAIYAPPA’S COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KANCHIPURAM-631 503. Phone : 044-27222768 132 H.H. THE RAJAH’S COLLEGE, PUDUKOTTAI-622 001. Phone : 04322-221558 133 JOHN BOSCO ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGE, Tiruvallur Railway Station, Post Box No. 14, Tiruvallur Taluk, THIRUVALLUR DISTRICT-602 001 Phone : 04146-27691499 / 27600611 Mobile : 9443641266 134 JOHN DEWEY MATRIC. HR.SEC.SCHOOL, 11/F, M.R.K. Street, V. Maruthur, VILLUPURAM-605 602. Phone : 04146-251150 Mobile : 9865546688 135 RAJESWARI VEDACHALAM GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, G.S.T. Road, Near Government Hospital, CHENGALPATTU-603 001. Phone : 044-27431257 / 27427816 Fax : 044-27431257 136 HINDUSTHAN COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCE, Hindusthan Gardens, Behind Nava India,COIMBATORE-641 028. Phone : 422-2561633 / 2561644 / 2561666 Fax : 422-256165562 137 SUDANDIRA MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Green Land, Mettu Street Cross, TIRUTTANI-631 209. Tiruvallur District. Phone : 044-27885414 Mobile : 9443019772 202 TAGORE GOVT. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, M.G. Road, Middle Point, PORT BLAIR-744 101. Phone : 03192-232695 / 239688 Fax : 03192-244045 203 WISEMAN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Vellalar Street, Mudaliarpet & Lake Street, Velrampet, PUDUCHERRY-605 004. Phone : 0413-236420 Fax : 0413-2353108 Mobile : 9894494144 STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU CHENNAI REGION 601 DEEPIGHA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 149, 100 Feet Road, (Between Kasi Theatre & Hyundai), Ekkaduthangal, Chennai – 600 032. Ph: 72999 55236 , 98415 67876 , 2225 22776 602 BHARATH POSTGRADUATE COLLEGE, Old No.45, New No.26, Icross Street, Mg Nagar, Poonamallee, Chennai- 600 056Phone : 044- 26490953 Fax : 044-24983384 603 RUKMANI THAYAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, 303/10/52, Old Gst Road, Irumbuliyur Village, East Tambaram, Chennai- 600 059 Phone : 044-22393775 Fax : 044-24983384 604 TAMBARAM ACADEMY FOR DISTANCE LEARNING, No. 60, 1st Floor, Thayagam Building, Ramasamy Street, Tambaram West, Chennai- 600 045. Phone : 044- 43159565 Fax : 044- 43159565 Mobile 9841155653
  • STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 605 ACADEMY OF DESIGN AND RESEARCH INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, W-12, 3rd Main Road, Opp To Towers Club, Annanagar, Chennai-600 040. Phone : 044-65419098 Fax : 044-26281471Mobile : 9710406009 606 SWARMAMMAL GANESAN EDUCATIONAL SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE TRUST, 3,Othavadai Street, Podaturpet, Pallipat [Taluk], Tiruvallur- 631208, Phone : 044-27849744 Mobile : 9444246103 607 RENAISSANCE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES TRUST, No.60, Ist Floor, 10th Avenue, Ashok Nagar, Chennai- 600 083. Phone : 044 -42975555, 65611355 Fax : 044-23712435 Mobile : 9600067655 608 STUDENT STUDY CENTRE, No. 1, Mount Road, Little Mount, Saidapet, Chennai- 600 015. Phone : 044 – 22201333, 22350805 Fax : 044-22301314 609 BHARATH POSTGRADUATE COLLEGE, 8, Karpagambal Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai- 600 004 Phone : 044- 24990953 / 24984366 Fax : 044-24983384 610 TVM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION , TVM Nagar, Palipet Tk, Thiruvallur District Pin – 631 208. Phone : 2749197 Mobile : 944497885 611 INFORMATICS EDU- ART CONSULTANCY, 294, C.T.H. Road, Avadi, Chennai- 6000054 Phone : 044- 65349345 612 VISALAM EDUCATION CHARITABLE TRUST, 12/2 , Opp To E.R. High School, Cauvery Palam, Keelachintamani, Trichy- 620 002. Phone : 0431- 271390063 613 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 149, Madhavaram High Road, Near Railway Station, Perambur, Chennai- 600 011. Phone : 42779392 Fax : 044-42779896 614 VENUS EDUCATION CENTRE, No- 30/54, North Raja Street, Tiruvallur- 602 001. Phone : 27661134 655 NIRDS, No-1, Bus Stand Complex, Near Chinthamani Super Market, Erode- 638 003. Phone : 0424- 2261777 656 GLOBAL INSTITUTE, 53, ANR Complex Taluk Office Road, Hosur- 635109 Phone : 04344 -652234 Fax : 04344-652234 657 SHREE KAMATCHI EDUCATIONAL TRUST, No. 48, Vallal Pachiappan Street, Kancheepuram- 631 501 Phone :044 -47203515, 47203575 Fax : 044- 47203030 Mobile : 9500950155 658 ANNAMALAIYAR FOUNDATION, 12A, Sappani Pillaiyar Koil Street, Kancheepuram – 631 502. Phone : 044 27232393 Fax : 044 27232393 659 BITS & BYTES COMPUTERS, No.59, RNR Towers , Covai Road, Karur -639 002 Phone : 04324 -233322, 249667 Fax : 04324- 249667 Mobile : 9843034934, 9843334935 660 NATIONAL ACADEMY, No. 14, Ardhanari Street, Opp New Bus Stand Kalaigar Maligai Backside- Salem- 4 Phone : 0427-2335151 661 ALPHA COMPUTERS, 6, Abirani Nagar, Anusham Theatre Road, Udumalpet -642126 Tirupur ( District) T.N Phone : 042582 -228000 / 226469 662 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TEXTILE TRAINING (IITT), 17, Opp To Kumaran College For Women, 654mangalam Road, Tirupur- 641 687 Phone : 0421- 2262727 Fax : 0421- 2262727 663 SAI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, No- 367C, KKC Complex, Near APR Stores, Avinashi Road, Tiruppur. Phone : 0421-2208113, Fax : 0421-2208113 664 VELLORE STUDY CENTRE (P) LTD. No. 9/41, Arni Road, Near Dhinesh Hospital, Vellore – 632 001. Phone : 0416 – 4200565, 4216660 Mobile : 9363023465
  • STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 665 JONA STUDY CENTRE, 1/284-2A Bharathidasan Street, Opp To Dist Collectorate, Virudhunagar-626002 Phone : 04562-252123 Fax : 04562-252123 666 PADMARAJAM COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT, No. 10, Kalpalam Road, Goripalayam, Madurai- 625002 Phone : 0452- 2521695, 4360664,3265065 Fax : 0452- 4360664 667 SRI SAI VAIGAI ACADEMY, Convent Stop, 5, G H Road, Near ESI, Theni. Phone : 04546-260785 669 GATEWAY FOR ENTREPRENEUR AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES (Gems Trust), 73/12, Annamalai Nagar, (Behind Lakshmi Complex),Salai Road, Trichy – 18.Phone : 0431 – 402 55 55 Mobile : 93444-45335 / 93446 – 54545 670 SRI SAI VAIGAI ACADEMY, 21/5, Balaji Complex, Near Iswarya Hotel, Cumbum, Phone : 04554-271800 STUDY STA STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES 357 SARASWATHI EDUCAION SOCIETY, Saraswathi College Of Distance Education 6-B, Ground Floor, Shopper’s Point Next to Hotel Mon Mahal, S.V. Road, Near Railway Station Andheri [ West] Mumbai – 58 Phone : 022 – 65229720121, 26246941 Mobile : 07738223355, 0932233494664 441 PONDICHERRY CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES TRUST, No-51B, II Floor, Mission Street, Near ICICI Bank, Puducherry Phone : 0413-2220925, 2220955 Mobile : 9345055255 433 NALANDA COLLEGE NALANDA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, S.C.O -142 , Sector -13 Main Market, Karnal (Haryana) 132001 Phone : 0184- 4033847 Fax : 0184-2201036 434 J.B.M.COLLEGE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION, Baba Mukhteshwar Siksha Samiti, Opposite to Civil Court, Near Central Bank V& P.O- Kosli(Rewari) Haryana- 123302 Phone : 01259- 276341 Fax : 01259- 276341 801 MALABAR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUSTMALABAR COLLEGE, Opp. RMS Near Railway Station, Vatakara -1 Phone : 0496- 2275350 ANDHRA PRADESH 301 VIGNAN EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, Katuri Nagar, Chinakondrupadu, Guntur-522 019. Phone : 0863 - 2288555 Mobile : 09963094444 302 BOSCO INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONICS, Motinagar, Erragada, Hyderabad -500 018. Phone : 040-23833742/23832361 Mobile : 09441512177 303 JEEVAN SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCES, 3rd Floor, North Block, Raghava Ratna Towers, Chirag-Ali-Lane, Abids, Hyderabad-500 001. Phone : 040-23205738/39 Mobile : 09848828919 304 SHIVANI WOMEN DEGREE COLLEGE, No-13-139, Margadarshi Colony, Kothapet, Dilkushanagar, Hyderabad -500 030. Phone : 040-55602288/27018888 306 VIDYANIKETAN (E.M) HIGH SCHOOL, Kutty College, V.R.C.Centre, Nellore -524 003. Phone : 0861-2333097/2333107/2317612 Mobile : 09246433371
  • STUDY STA STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 307 SEICOM DEGREE COLLEGE, No.9-66/14a,New Maruti Nagar Ext.Air Bye-Pass Road, Tirupati 517 502. Phone : 0877-2241094/2242606 Mobile : 9440464521 308 PRABHAS DEGREE COLLEGE, Main Road, Kedareswarpet, Vijayawada-520 003. Phone : 0866-2532525 Mobile : 9441402525 309 M.P.R.DEGREE COLLEGE, Shramika Nagar, Chinagantyada, Gajuwaka Post, Vishakapatnam-530 026 Phone : 0891-2512891 Mobile : 09866661134 312 VASISTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY& MANAGEMENT, 102,1 st Floor, Ameer Estates, Besides ICICI Bank S.R. Nagar Branch, Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar, Hyderabad-500 082. Phone : 040-23758509 Mobile : 09985550088/09885550088 313 S.M.K.S EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, Flat No. 201, 3 rd Floor, Jamuna Plaza, Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad-500 029 Phone : 040-27630650/2763065 Mobile : 09246883308 315 BHARATI DEGREE COLLEGE, Opp.Bus Stand, Station Road, Chirala-523 155 Mobile : 09840683466/09989283589 KARNATAKA 321 S.S.R COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND COMMERCE, No.11,60 Feet Road, Amarjyothi Nagar, Vijaynagar Extension, Bangalore- 560 040. Phone : 080-23107336/23113811 Mobile : 09448884488/09343106379 322 UNIVERSAL COLLEGE, No.90 Magadi Main Road, Near Tollgate Circle, Vijaynagar, Bangalore-560 044 Phone : 080-41673379/23111020/23352571 Fax : 080-234065 Mobile : 09741609599/09739524221 323 MANAGALA EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY, A.A Pais Building, 1 st Floor, Church Road, Ashok Nagar, Mangalore-575 006. Phone : 0824-2453910 324 SAPTAGIRI ISTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, #795, 5th Main, Aravinda Nagar, Ist Stage (Behind Banashankar Bus Stop) Mysore-570 023. Phone : 0821-2462592 Mobile : 09986101525 KERALA 328 MALABAR EDUCATIOAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, Sims, Aiswarya Complex, Olavakkode Junction, Palakkad-678 002 Phone : 0491-3265616 Mobile : 09349119325 329 ST.PAUL’S INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY PVT.LTD., Nariyapuram P.O., Pathanamthitta-689 513. Phone : 0491-3265616 Mobile : 09349119325 330 MALABAR EDUCTIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, (MALABAR COLLEGE), Kalpetta – 673 121. Wayanad District. Phone : 04936 -205833 Mobile : 09447694285 331 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Kasargode, Fax : 0499 230222 Mobile : 09567302554/09745909198 332 DON BOSCO COLLEGE, Mannuthy, Thrissur – 680 651. Phone : (0487) 2371337/2370447Mobile : 09446184468 333 VIDYODAYA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION & MANAGEMENT, 40/554, ‘Abhilash’ Opp. Hotel Renaissance, S.N. Junction, Palarivattom, Cochin – 682 025. 334 SHRI VIVEKANANDA EDUCATIONAL TRUST, 2nd Floor, Manimuriyil Bank Road, Near Fathima Hospital, Calicut – 673 001. Phone : 0495-2369363 Mobile : 09895182232/09288952740
  • STUDY STA STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 335 LITTLE FLOWER COLLEGE, P.O. Puthenpalli, Guruvayoor – 680 103. Thrissur District. Phone : 0487-2550982 Mobile : 09526310389 336 MALABAR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, Trade Centre, Yogasala Road, Near Municipal Bus Stand, Kannur – 670 001. 0497-2703531 Mobile : 09895182232 337 ACADEMY FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, KMC IX-1436 B, New Kodakasseri Building, Near Collectorate,K.K.Road, Kottayam – 686 001. Phone : 0481-2300522 Mobile : 09249490722 338 REGIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE, Jubilee Road, Malappuram – 676 505. Phone : 0483-3290570 339 ACADEMY FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Meads Lane, Near Jubilee Mission Hospital, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram – 695 034. Mobile : 09447082717 340 BISMILLAH COLLEGE OF ARTS COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Opp. Ansar Hospital, Calicut Road, P.O.Karikkad, Perumbilavu- 680 519. Thrissur District. BIHAR 341 ARCADE BUSINESS COLLEGE, Arya Kumar Road, Rajendra Nagar, Patna – 800 016. MAHARASHTRA66 351 NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONA & MANGEMENT, S.S.Higher Secondary School, Behind White House, Opp. Kurla Market, Kurla (West) Mumbai – 400 070. Phone : 022-26541910/26541911/26541912 Mobile : 09867306232 354 WISDOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Plot No.1, Tiwari Industries Campus, Vedant Nagar, Station Road, Aurangabad – 431 001. Phone : 0240-2464733 Mobile : 09922445008/0917577111 355 WISDOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, 21, Inox Square, Hiwari Layout, Wardhman Nagar, Beside Jai Jalaram Mangal, Karalaya, Nagpur – 440 021. Phone : 0712-2240158 356 JVR EDUCATIONAL TRUST, 1184/4, Shreenath Plaza, Dnyaneshwar, Padwka Chowk, F.C. Road, Shivaji Nagar, Pune – 411 005. 020-25536407/ 25530024 Mobile : 09960731651 MEGHALAYA 361 SACRED HEART THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, Mawali, Shillong – 793 008. Phone : 0364-2550315 Mobile : 0943699408 WEST BENGAL 371 INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONALS, F.E. 498, Salt Lake Sector - III, Kolkatta – 700 106. 372 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES, Alexandra Court, Ist Floor, 60/1, Chowringhee Road, Kolkatta – 700 020.
  • STUDY STA STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code NEW DELHI 381 EMPI BUSINESS SCHOOL, CSKM Educational Complex, Satbari, Chattarpur, New Delhi – 110 074. 382 VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER EDUCATION, 2467, Hudson Lane, Near North Campus – Delhi University, Delhi – 110 009. Phone : 011-47058209 Mobile : 09268571123 383 K.R.MANGALAM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, S-Block Greater Kailash – II, New Delhi – 110 048. GUJARAT 391 MOHAMMEDBHAI ALIMOHAMMEDBHAI MEMON HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Gandhi Road, Bardoli – 394 601. Phone : 02622-228898 Mobile : 09913506069 PUNJAB 402 PREMIER EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, 1st Floor, Opp Khalsa College, Main Gate, Near Punjab Natshala, G.T.Road, Amritsar – 143 002. SIKKIM 411 PAKIM PALATINE COLLEGE, Hospital Road,Pakyong, East Sikkim – 737 106. Phone : 03592-257413 Mobile : 0993244172067 UTTAR PRADESH 421 SRM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, Delhi–Meerut Road, Sikri Kalan, Modinagar – 201 204. 422 JEEVAN DEEP INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, Bara Lalpur, P.O Lamahi, Varanasi – 221 001. 423 INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Quarsi, Civil Lines, Etah Bye-Pass Road, Aligarh – 202 001. HARYANA 431 LIBERAL EDUCATION SOCIETY, 1st Floor, State Bank Of Patiyala, Behind Adarsh School, Gulshan Nagar, Tosham – 127 040. 432 GLOBAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, Global Foyer, Sec.43, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon – 122 002. ASSAM 451 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, 9th Bye Lane , Zoo Tinial, Rgb Road, Guwahati – 781 007. Phone : 0361-2466348 Mobile : 09435146170 JAMMU & KASHMIR 466 K.L.INSTITUTE OF PARAMEDICAL SCIENCES & INFORMATION TECH., 293-A, New Plot, Last Morh Sarwal, Jammutawi – 180 005. Mobile : 09419188845/09205068845 ORISSA 486 LIBERTY EDUCATION, Plot No.784, Saheed Nagar, Bhunaneswar – 751 007.
  • STUDY CENTRES - ABROAD CENTRE Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 501 BIN AQEEL CENTRE FOR UNIVERSITY SERVICES, P.O.Box. No.20649, Manama, Kingdom Of Bahrain. Phone- 00973-17556090 Fax: 00973-17554240. 503 PMC SCHOOL OF LOGISTICS, No.1, Sophia Road, No.03-04, Peace Centre, Singapore – 228 149. Phone- 0065-63399703 Fax: 0065-63399742. 504 ASIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, No.200, 1 st Floor, George R. De Silva Mawatha, Colombo -13 ,Srilanka Phone- 009411-4613225 Fax: 009411-2451090. 505 NATIONAL EDUCATION CENTRE, Al Haramain Library, P.O.Box.5254. Doha – Qatar. Phone- (00974)4676355/4663106/4676370. 506 HIMALAYAN EDUCATION NETWORK, Pvt. Ltd.,G.P.O Box.No.5726, Old Baneshwor Chowk-09, Kathmandu, Nepal. Phone- 977-1-4476685 Mobile-977985109909 Fax: 977-1-4477709. 508 KUWAIT EDUCATIONAL CENTRE, (Majdalawi Educational Institute For Unversity Services) P.O.Box.39271,Nuzha – 73053. Kuwait. Phone- (+965)4729161/47221439/5618333 Fax: 4729161 / 5661606. 510 POLYGLOT INSTITUTE OMAN IIC, P.O.Box.221, Ruwi Postal Code 112, Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman. Phone- 24835777 Fax: 24834602.68 PARTICIPA PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS 901 MADRAS INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, 16A, Shastri Nagar, (Between Hotel Ambika, Empire & Mosque) 100 Feet Road, Vadapalani, Chennai-600 026 Ph : 98412 70011 , 98412 71133 , 2362 3678 905 AIMS ACADEMY, No- 63 /1-22 A, Sri Ram Nagar, Opp. Juhu Garden Services Apartment, Alagapuram, Salem – 636 016. Phone : 0427-2443445 Fax : 04252-222955 Mobile : 9626255622 906 AYIRA VAISYA INSTITUTE, No. 5/338 Sowkthali Street, Paramakudi Post & Taluk, Ramnad District, 623 707 Phone : 04564-227666 Fax : 04564-224666 Mobile : 9443684210 907 LN GROUP OF INSTITUTES, SES Campus, Behind Ekvira School, Charkop Sect.1,Kandivali (W), Mumbai-400 067 Phone : 022-28670101 909 VIRUTSHAM FOUNDATION, No. 42, Kalai Nagar 2nd Street, Old Natham Road, Kalai Nagar, Madurai- 625017. Phone : 0462- 4255595 Mobile : 9626255644
  • PARTICIPA PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS Centre Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile Code 910 ACER FOUNDATION, 23/95, Laws Ghat Road, Ugarthe Nagar, Kodaikanal-624101. Phone : 044-28495454 911 BMS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, No. 111, St John’s Road, Bangalore – 560 042. 080 – 25547030 912 GALAXY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT GALAXY EDUCATIONAL HEALTH & CHARITABLE TRUST, Admin Office: Galaxy Towers, 18 4 th Street, Karpagam Avenue, Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai – 600 028. Phone : 044 – 42102510/24956277/24956299 Mobile : 91-44-24939925 CAMPUS: GALAXY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, Tambaram Road, Vellarai, Sriperumbudhur, Kanchipuram– 602 105. 914 NEWREEL DESIGN AND ENTERTAINMENT (P) LTD, Pacifica Tech Park No-23, Rajiv Gandhi Salai, OMR (Near To Polaris Lab), Navalur, Chennai-603103 Phone : 044-28192329 915 DIAMOND DART ACADEMY, 172/9, Old Hal Airport Road, Near Domlur Bustop, Domlur, Bangalore – 71 Phone : 08025355666 Mobile : 9626255644 917 VETHATHIRI MAHARISHI INSTITUTE FOR SPIRITUAL AND INTUITIONAL EDUCATION [VISION FOR WISDOM], Temple Of ConsciousnessAliyar,69 Coimbatore – 642101 918 AIMS ACADEMY, No- 30, Trunk Road, Sekar Complex, Near Sundar Theatre Poonamallae, Chennai-600 056 Mobile : 09600055533 ONLINE PROGRAMME INSTITUTIONS 913 SPE TRUST, 8, Karpagambal Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai- 600 004. Phone : 24990953/24987025 Fax : 044-24983384 Mobile : 9884002347 916 EVERONN BUSINESS EDUCATION LIMITED, “Everonn House” Plot No- 96-99, Industrial Estate,Perungudi, Chennai- 600 096. Phone : 044- 42968400 Fax : 044- 24962800 ATTENTION ATTENTION Students can seek admission only at Single Window Admission Centre / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participatory Programme Centres listed in the prospectus / University Website. Students are advised not to have any dealing with any other unauthorised Institutions/ Agencies pertaining to admission to any of the courses offered by this Institute. They are cautioned that admission secured from unauthorised centres will be automatically cancelled.
  • 11. GRIEVANCE FORM (MAKE PHOTO COPIES FOR USE) UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION CHENNAI - 600 005 Date...................................................Name of the Course : ........................................................................ Year of Admission ............................................................Name of the : ....................................................................... Enrolment No. : .................................................................CandidateAddress : ......................................................................... * Month and Year Year Month and Month ....................................... of passing the .......................................................................... of passing the Examination Year ........................................... .......................................................................... Examination * Payment Particulars ........................................................ .......................................................................... ........................................................ ........................................................Pin code : .......................................................................... * These details should be furnished relating to Provisional / Degree Certificate.Grievance in brief Signature of the Student (To be filled in by the Office)Action takenASST. / A.S.O. SECTION OFFICER P.R.O. The filled-in grievance form may be sent to “The Public Relations Officer, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005”. (Fax : 91-44-25385539) 70
  • 12. STUDENTS FEEDBACK FORM (MAKE PHOTO COPIES FOR USE) UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION CHENNAI - 600 005 Date :1. Name of the Teacher : Name of the Student2. Course and Paper Title: Enrolment Number3. Name of the Centre :Directions :For each Item, Please indicate your choice of the statement by ticking under 3 each heading. SA : Strongly Agree A : Agree N : Neutral D : Disagree SD : Strongly DisagreeA. Subject Matter SA A N D SD1. The depth of coverage of the subject was adequate2. The teacher’s overall organization and presentation of the subject was very clear3. The teacher stimulated by intellectual curiosity.B. Teacher - Leading Process4. The teacher begun classes on time5. The teacher used the class hour effectively.6. All the daily lectures (or class work) were well organized and in a meaningful sequence7. The explanations were clear and to the point.8. The teacher encouraged participation and discussion by students.9. All units of the course were completed in time10. The teacher’s method of teaching made the lecture interesting11. The teacher’s communication ability was satisfactory12. The teacher’s attitude toward the students was friendly and helpful13. The question of the examinations were explained after the examination. 71
  • 13. CALL CENTRE bjhiyngᤠjftš ika« mid¤J ntiy eh£fËY« bjhiyöu¡ fšÉ ÃWtd¤âš jftš ika« brašgL»wJ. c§fS¡F nt©oa Étu§fŸ mid¤ijí« ïU¡FÄl¤âÈUªnj bgwyh«. bjhiyngᤠbjhl®ò¡F 044-25613729 / 25613730 CALL CENTRE Our Call Centre functions on all working days at the IDE premises. Get the information required from wherever you are. For all queries contact 044-25613729 / 25613730 PAYMENT OF FEES Students are advised to avail themselves of the facility offered by the BANKS designatedby the Institute of Distance Education University of Madras, spread all over INDIA forpayment of fees relating to remittance of Registration fee, Tuition fee, Examination feeand other fees as applicable without any additional charges. A challan in triplicate isappended to the Prospectus for the purpose of remittance of fees. Take required number ofcopies of the challan for use during your course Period. The challan is also available inall the designated BANK branches. In places where there is no designated BANK, the studentsmay make the payment by means of DEMAND DRAFT obtained from any Nationalised /Schedule Bank drawn in favour of “THE DIRECTOR, IDE, UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS”payable at Chennai. 72
  • 14. ADMISSION TO CERTIFICATE & DIPLOMA COURSES INFORMATION TO CANDIDATES Along with the course selected, if an applicant wishes to join any one of the Certificate orDiploma courses simultaneously, he/she should obtain separate Prospectus prescribed for theCertificate/Diploma Courses on payment of Rs. 100/- in person or Rs. 150/- by post towards thecost of Application and Prospectus and to submit the application together with bonafide certificateof the Institution where he/she is studying the Postgraduate Degree Course. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS CERTIFICATE (A) CERTIFICATE COURSES a) Candidates undergoing any Degree Course (Regular Stream) of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Certificate Courses other than Sanskrit, French & German. b) Candidates who have passed any Degree Course (Regular Stream / Open University System) of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Certificate Courses in Sanskrit, French & German. c) A student can additionally enrol for one Certificate Course only at a time. DIPLOMA (B) DIPLOMA COURSES a) Candidates undergoing any Post-Graduate Degree Course (Regular Stream) of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Diploma Courses other than Sanskrit, French & German. b) Candidates who have passed any Degree Course (Regular Stream / under 10 + 2 + 3 pattern) and Certificate Course in Sanskrit, French & German of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Diploma Courses in Sanskrit, French & German. Graduates who have done French, German as a second language in the First Year and Second Year of the Degree Course/Certificate from Alliance Franchaise/Max Muller Bhavan are also eligible for admission to the respective Diploma Courses. c) Candidates who have passed +2 Examinations conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu (or) Senior School Certificate Examinations conducted by the CBSE (or) Government Board Examinations of the Other States (or) Union Territories (or) an Examination as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras are eligible for admission to the “Diploma Course in Rain Water Harvesting” only. d) A student can additionally enrol for one Diploma Course only at a time. 73
  • EXAMINATIONS1. Candidates are instructed to read the following instructions relating to examinations carefully and take note of the special instructions relating to examinations.2. Separate intimation regarding examinations and examination applications will not be sent to the students admitted from Academic Year 2011 - 2012 and Calendar Year Admissions 2012. They have to apply for examinations as and when they are eligible within the prescribed last date. Students should take photo copy of the specimen examination application appended to this Prospectus and submit it to the University before the prescribed last date furnished under serial number 4 below. The examination application can also be downloaded from the IDE website www.ideunom.ac.in3. The annual main examinations for Students admitted under “Calendar Year Stream” are conducted at the end of the Calendar Year, i.e., November every year. Subsequently, the supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during May every year.4. The last date for submission of filled-in examination application for the Main Examinations (November) is 31st October and for the supplementary examinations (May) is 31st March.5. While submitting the filled-in application for examination they should enclose the xerox copy of the fees remittance challan towards the tution fees paid till the date of submission of examination application. Otherwise, their applications will not be registered for the examinations. (Student who has not paid the Tuition fees will not be permitted to write the examinations under any circumstances)6. The examinations are conducted at various centres furnished in the examination application appended to this prospectus. However, the University has the right to restrict the number of examination centres depending upon the students’ strength. In such cases, students choosing a particular centre may be asked to take the examinations in the nearby Examination Centre.7. Normally two examinations are conducted per day. The fore-noon session is from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and the after-noon session is from 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. Those who have cleared all the prescribed papers at the end of each year, will have only one examination per day.8. Qualitatively, the examinations conducted for the students of Institute of Distance Education are on par with the examinations conducted for the regular College students.9. The ID card issued by the Institute should be produced at the Examination Centre both for obtaining the hall ticket and for taking the examinations. No other ID card will be accepted for taking the examinations.10. Even though the students are registered for the courses under English / Tamil Medium according to their choice indicated in the Admission Application form, students are permitted to write their examinations either in Tamil or English irrespective of their choice of medium of instruction at the time of admission.11. Students, who have arrears of paper, after the completion of the duration of the course of study, may also submit the examination application form to clear their arrear papers within the last date indicated above along with the prescribed examination fees. 74
  • MBACost of Application Rs.25/- (to be paid along with examination fees) UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS br‹id¥ gšfiy¡ fHf« INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION bjhiyöu¡ fšÉ ÃWtd« Branch:........................ APPLICATION FOR POST GRADUATE DEGREE Main Subject ................ EXAMINATION MAY / NOVEMBER .......................... IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Separate intimation regarding examinations and examination application will not be sent to students admitted from Calendar Year 2011. Keep this specimen application form till the successful completion of the degree.Candidates should use only photocopy of the specimen application to submit as and when he/she is eligible to apply for the examinations. 2. The annual main examinations for students admitted under “Calendar Year Stream” (Enrolment number starting with alphabet “C”) are conducted at the end of the Calendar Year, i.e., November every year. The supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during May every year. 3. The annual main examinations for students admitted under “Academic Year Stream” (Enrolement number starting with alphabet “A”) are conducted at the end of the Academic Year, i.e., May every year. The supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during November every year. 4. Before filling the application, please read carefully the instructions furnished in this application as well as “Instructions to Candidates”. 5. IMPORTANT DATES - Last date for submission of filled-in application: For May Examinations - 31st March every year; For November Examinations - 31st October every year. Applications received after this last date will be rejected. Details of fees remitted to IDE (Xerox copies of Challan / demand draft should be enclosed) Tuition fees remitted so far (year-wise) Fees remitted for the current examinations: First Year Rs.................................. Date:................................. Fees paid along with Tuition fees: Rs........................................ Second Year Rs.................................. Date:................................. Additional examination fees, Third Year Rs.................................. Date:................................. if any, remitted now Rs......................................... 1. ENROLMENT NUMBER 2. CENTRE SELECTED Centre Code No. AFFIX FIERE 3. NAME OF THE CANDIDATE (AS PER ADMISSION RECORDS) CANDIDATES a) In English PHOTOGRAPH b) In Tamil OF SIZE 7 CM X 5 CM 4. DATE OF BIRTH (In Christian Era) SEX Male / Female DULY SIGNED 5. a) Name of Father b) Name of Mother 6. PRESENT ADDRESS PIN 7. SUBJECTS FOR WHICH THE CANDIDATE IS NOW APPEARING : First Year Code Second Year Code Project Work OR Optional Subjects 1. 2. 75
  • Third Year Code Fourth Year Code Project Work OR Optional Subjects 1. 2. Fifth Year Code Project Work OR Optional Subjects 1. 2.8. Details of Previous appearance Enrolment Number: ............................................................. Year Paper Subject Code Month & Year Centre Marks ObtainedProject WorkOptional Subjects OR 1. 2. 9. Details of Exemption, if any, granted in any Subjects (Copy of the Exemption order is to be enclosed) 10. State whether he/she has been rusticated for malpractice. If yes, give details:I hereby declare that the above information furnished by me are correct to the best of my knowledgeand belief also declare that I have paid all my tuition fees.Station :Date : Signature of the Candidate 76
  • COMPUTER CODING SHEET / fÂÅ F¿p£L¤jhŸ1. Examination Centre Code : Centre Name ....................................2. Enrolment Number:3. Name of the Candidate : In English In Tamil4. Date of Birth: Date Month Year 5. Sex: M.W(M-Men/W-Women)6. Year of admission :.............................................. Batch7. DETAILS OF FEES PAID 1. Examination Fees (including cost of application) Rs. 2. Statement of Marks Rs. 3. * Penalty Fee (if any) Rs. 4. * Provisional Certificate Rs. 5. * Convocation Degree Certificate Rs. Total Fees Rs. * FOR FINAL YEAR CANDIDATES APPEARING FIRST TIME ONLY8. Subjects for which the candidate is now appearing for the Examination: (Subject Code shoud alone be quoted in the columns)FIRST YEAR :SECOND YEAR :THIRD YEAR :FOURTH YEAR :FIFTH YEAR :Project Work: OROptional Subjects9. Address Signature of the Candidate 77
  • ADDRESS SLIP M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY/NOV. ....................................Examination Centre ........................................................ Enrolment No ...........................................................Name : .............................................................................................................................................Address : ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................... Pin: ............................................... M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY/NOV. ....................................Examination Centre ........................................................ Enrolment No ...........................................................Name : .............................................................................................................................................Address : ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................... Pin: ............................................... M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY/NOV. ....................................Examination Centre ........................................................ Enrolment No ...........................................................Name : .............................................................................................................................................Address : ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................... Pin: ............................................... M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY/NOV. ....................................Examination Centre ........................................................ Enrolment No ...........................................................Name : .............................................................................................................................................Address : ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................... Pin: ............................................... 78
  • UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION M.B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION INSTRUCTION TO THE CANDIDATES1. Examination will be held in the following centres, Candidates may choose anyone of the following centres to appear for the Examinations. Each Examination centre is given with a Code Number. Enter the correct Code Number of the centre legibly in the column provided therefor in the application. This institute reserves all rights to change any of the Examination Centre at its discretion. In such cases, Candidates will be intimated in advance. CODE CENTRE CODE CENTRE CODE CENTRE CODE CENTRE 01 Bangaluru 16 Thanjavur 35 Patna 61 Malappuram 02 Mumbai 18 Tiruchirappalli 37 Visakhapatnam 62 Jammu 03 Kolkata 19 Thirunelveli 39 Vijavawada 64 Aligarh 04 Coimbatore 20 Trivandrum 40 Tirupathi 66 Calicut 05 Cuddalore 23 Vellore 42 Thrissur 06 New Delhi 24 Villupuram 45 Mysore 501 Bahrain 09 Hyderabad 25 Chennai 46 Gujarat(Bardoli) 502 Dubhai 10 Kancheepuram 26 Port Blair 47 Varanasi 503 Singapore 13 Puducherry 27 Cochin 49 Guruvayoor 504 Srilanka 15 Salem 34 Nellore 60 Kannur 505 Doha Qatar2. Attendance for the Personal Contact Programme Ten days is compulsory in each year. Candidates who did not attend the Personal Contact programmes and did not earn the necessary certificate of attendance and progress will not be permitted to register for the examinations. Those who did not attend the above mentioned programme fully have to compensate by attending the above programmes in the subsequent years with the permission of the Director by paying prescribed fees as per the University rules.3. The Fee prescribed for the examination are as follows : Each Written Paper Rs. 400/- Project Work Rs. 700/- Statement of Marks Rs. 25/- Tobe along remitted for each appearance Cost of Application form Rs. 25/- with examination Fee * Provisional Certificate Rs. 125/- * Convocation Degree Certificate Rs. 175/- * FOR FINALYEAR CANDIDATES APPEARING FIRST TIME ONLY4. Candidates who wish to appear for the examination in the following centres located outside Tamil Nadu should pay an Additional Fee as noted, besides the above examination fee, Statement of Marks and Cost of Application. Bangaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram Cochin, Nellore, Patna, Kokkinada, Vishakapattanam, Yijayavada, Rs. 250/- for each appearance Tirupathi, Tiruchur,Mysore, Gujarat, Guruvayoor, Kannur, Malappuram, Jaipur,Aligarh, Goa, Calicut, Warangal. Delhi & Port Blair, Jammu, Varanasi, Pakyang, Sikkim Rs. 300/- for each appearance5. Candidates appearing for the examination for the first time (each year) should pay the fees for all the papers.6. Candidates will be permitted for paperwise registration only for subsequent appearance.7. TUITION FEES SHOULD NOT BE REMITTED ALONG WITH THE EXAMINATION FEES UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.8. The University had made arrangements with the SBI/Indian Bank to collect all fees payable to the Institute in the form of challan WITHOUT ANY SERVICE CHARGE. Hence the students are hereby requested to fill in the SBI/Indian Bank three part challan and pay the same in any one of the nearest branches of the SBI , Indian Bank.9. Candidates who are unable to appear for the examination in any of the papers for which he/she has registered in May/ Nov. examinations as the case may appear for such papers in the subsequent examinations as and when they are held further. However, the examination fees once paid cannot be refunded in any manner under any circumstances or adjusted for the subsequent examinations or for any other purpose.10. If a candidate has been granted any exemption from appearing for any paper or papers furnish full particulars in the appropriate column and also enclose a photostat copy of the communication received from the Institute in this regard.11. The last date for receipt of filled in application is Notified on the top of this application form. No application will be entertained under any circumstances after the last date. They should take into account the postal delays that are likely to occur during transit. Hence, the candidates are advised not to wait till the last date and arrange to forward their application to the Institute much earlier. 79
  • 12. Filled-in application is to be forwarded to the Director, Institute of Distance Education. University of Madras: IDE Building. Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005 by registered post with acknowledgment due with following. (i) Address Slips (Neatly Written) (ii) Computer Coding Sheet (iii) SBI / Indian bank Challan for examination for (iv) SBI / Indian Bank Challan for Tuition fees.13. The examinations are likely to be held during the months of May/Nov. every year.14. The detailed Time-table for the Examination and notification with regard to the “Examination Centre” will be sent individually by post about before the commencement of the examinations. The Examination centre Notification will also be posted in the IDE Website “www.ideunom.ac.in” and published as advertisement notification in leading dailies.15. Candidates are asked to collect their Hall-Tickets for the examination from the Chief Superintendent of the Examination Centre assignment to him/her, during three working days before the commencement of the first day of the examinations by producing His/Her Identity Card issued by the Institute. No other Identity Card will be entertained for the purpose. No candidate is allowed to collect the Hall Ticket on the day of the Examinations on any account. Hall Tickets will not be sent to the Candidates address under any circumstances.16. Candidates should keep the Hall-Tickets with them safely until he / she completes the whole examination and should be produced along with his / her Identity Card on each and every session of the examination.17. Without the Identity Card no candidate will be allowed to write the examinations. Candidates who lost his/her Identity Card should report to the Director, immediately to obtain Duplicate Identity Card Duplicate Hall-Tickets will be issued to Candidates on Payment of prescribed fee of Rs. 100/-18. Any discrepancy found in the Statement of Marks received from this office should be brought to the notice of the Additional Controller of examination, Institute of Distance Education within 15 days from the date of receipt of the same for necessary further action.19. The candidates are permitted to apply for revaluation of papers irrespective of their appearance within the stipulated period of course. The prescribed fees for revaluation for each paper is Rs.750/- No refund of amount will be entertained, if applied for ineligible subjects including PROJECT.20. Candidates who have failed/Not passed in any paper/s should appear for such papers in the subsequent Examination to qualify for the degree.21. The Results of the Candidates who have arrears of Tuition Fees/Exam Fee, etc. will be withheld. Such candidates should contact the Director, I.D.E. and clear off the dues “No fee Due” certificate should be obtained and produced to the Additional Controller of Examinations, I.D.E. to release their results.22. The Name/Enrolment Number/Subject/Subject Code/Questiona Paper No./ Date of Examination should be written legibly by the candidate in the appropriate place provided in the Main Answer Book. The Enrolment Number should not be written in any of the inner page of the Main Books on any account.23. No incriminating materials can be carried inside the examination Hall.24. Candidate are expected to be in their seats 10 minutes before the schedule time of the examinations.25. Candidates whose admissions are cancelled by the Director, I.D.E./not earned minimum attendance need not apply of the examination under any circumstances. If they do so the examination taken by them will be cancelled. Such candidates will be allowed to appear for the examination only on production of re-admission intimation obtained from the Director, I.D.E. on payment of Re-admission fees etc.26. Any queries regarding his/her examination (MNA cases) Marks not available case has to be made within one month from the date of publications of results as the office will preserve his/her answer scripts for a maximum period of six months only for the purpose. No queries will be entertained from the candidate after this period at any circumstances.27. Any discrepancy found in the Computerized Hall Ticket with regard to Subject code for which She/He has registered for the Examination should bring to the notice of the Additional Controller of Examinations, Institute of Distance Education for further action.28. The Statement of Marks will be sent to the candidates by post to their residential address.29. Final Year Candidates should pay a sum of Rs.300/- towards Provisional Certificate and Degree Certificate.Place :Chennai CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS 80
  • MBA EXECUTIVE - SUBJECT CODEPaper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeFIRST YEAR FIRST YEAR 1. Management Principles 7. Financial Management PBE1H and Process PBE1A 8. Human Resources Management PBE1K 2. Quantitative Techniques for Management PBE1B 9. Production and Materials Management PBE1M 3. Management Accounting PBE1C 10. Management Information Systems 4. Managerial Economics PBE1D and EDP PBE1N 5. Legal Systems in Business PBE1E SECOND YEAR 6. Marketing Management PBE1F 11. Project Work PBE01 MBA - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / SUBJECT CODEPaper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeFIRST YEAR 14. Business Policy and Strategic 1. Management Principles PMBA Management PMBP 2. Quantitative Methods in 15. Management Information Business PMBB Systems and Electronic 3. Organisational Behaviour PMBC Date Processing (EDP) PMBR 4. Management Accounting PMBD 16. International Marketing PMBS 5. Managerial Economics PMBE ELECTIVE SUBJECTS : 6. Legal Systems in Business PMBF Marketing 7. Research Methodology and Communication PMBG 17. Marketing Research and Consumer Behavior PMEA 8. Applied Operations Research PMBH 18. Advertising Management and 9. Human Resources Management PMBJ Sales Promotion PMEB 10. Marketing Management PMBK 19. Sales Management and Distribution Management PMECSECOND YEAR 20. Services Marketing PMED 11. Production and Materials Management PMBL Finance 12. Financial Management PMBM 17. Corporate Finance PMEE 13. Computer Languages for 18. Security Analysis and Management PMBN Portfolio Management PMEF 81
  • MBA - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / SUBJECT CODEPaper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub Code 19. Tax Management PMEG Shipping and Port 17. Port and Terminal Management PS2G 20. Merchant Banking and Financial Services PMEH 18. Maritime Logistics and Supply Chain Management PS2HSystems 19. Linear Trade and 17. Data Base Management Multimodel Transport PS2J Systems PMEJ 20. Shippling Laws and 18. System Analysis and Design PMEK Business Ethics PS2K 19. Decision Support System PMEL 21. Project Work PSKQ 20. E-Business Technology and Optional Subjects Management PMEM (Students may select any two Subjects fromHuman Resource any one of the following two Groups in lieu of Project Work) 17. Industrial and Labour Relations PMEN GROUP-A 18. Human Resources 1. Retail Marketing PXEA Development (HRD) PMEP 2. Rural Marketing PXEB 19. Total Quality Management PMER 3. Industrial Marketing PXEC 20. Training and Development PMES 4. Customer Relations 21. Project Work PMKQ Management and Relationship Marketing PXEDExport Import GROUP -B 17. International Trade Logistics PX2G 1. Organisational Development PXEE 18. Global Supply Chain Management PX2H 2. Entrepreneurship and 19. Export Import Finance Management of Small PXEF Management PX2J Business 20. International Finance PX2K 3. Derivatives PXEG 21. Project Work PX2Q 4. Risk Management and Insurance PXEHLogistics and Supply Chain GROUP-C 17. Transportation and Distribution 1. WTO Constitution and Operation PXJ Management PL2G 2. Global Investment, Instruments 18. Inventory and Warehousing and Institutions PXEK Management PL2H 3. Global Tourism PXEL 19. Global Supply Chain Management PL2J 4. Emerging Issues 20. Customer Relationship Management PL2K in Tourism PXEM 82
  • MBA - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / SUBJECT CODEPaper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeGROUP -D GROUP -E 1. Educational Infrastructure PXEN 1. Integrated Materials Management PXET 2. Institutional Design and Curriculum Development PXEP 2. Value Analysis and Engineering PXEU 3. Hospital core Services PXER 3. Fashion Retail Management PXEV 4. Hospital Support Services PXES 4. Customer Behaviour in Fashion PXEW MBA INTEGRATED - MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / SUBJECT CODEPaper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeFIRST YEAR THIRD YEAR 1 Language 15 Production and material management MBN3C 2 English 16 Human resource 3 Principles of management MBN1A management MBN3D 4 Financial accounting MBN1B 17 Entrepreneurship 5 Managerial economics MBN1C development MBN3E 6 Business communication MBN1D 18 Banking and financial services MBN3FSECOND YEAR 19 Introduction to 7 Cost and management information echnology MBN3G accounting MBN2A 8 Business environment MBN2B FOURTH YEAR 9 Business regulatory 20 Principles of insurance MBN4A framework MBN2C 21 Business ethics MBN4B 10 Business statistics and 22 Legal systems in business MBN4C mathematics MBN2D 23 Research methodology MBN4D 11 Business organisation MBN2E 24 Applied operations research MBN4E 12 Organisational behaviour MBN2G 25 Computer languageTHIRD YEAR for management MBN4G 13 Financial management MBN3A 26 Business policy MBN4H 14 Marketing management MBN3B 83
  • Paper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeFIFTH YEAR ELECTIVE SUBJECTS 27 Strategic Management MBN5A e) OPERATIOINS MANAGEMENT 28 Management Information 30 Supply chain management MBN17 System and EDP MBN5B 31 World class 29 International Marketing MBN5C manufacturing MBN18 32 Business processELECTIVE SUBJECTS management and outsourcing MBN19 a) MARKETING 33 Project management MBN20 30 Marketing Research and Consumer Behaviour MBN01 f) INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 31 Advertising Management 30 Export management and and Sales Promotion MBN02 documentation MBN21 32 Sales Management and 31 Foreign exchange Distribution Management MBN03 management MBN22 33 Services Marketing MBN04 32 Management strategies of mincs MBN23 b) FINANCE 33 Import management MBN24 30 Corporate Finance MBN05 g) TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT 31 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management MBN06 30 Front office management MBN25 32 Tax Management MBN07 31 Principles of tourism MBN26 33 Merchant Banking and 32 Hospitality management MBN27 Financial Services MBN08 33 Customer relations and c) SYSTEMS services management MBN28 30 Data base management h) EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT systems MBN09 30 Educational policy, planning 31 System analysis and design MBN10 and administration MBN29 32 Decision support system MBN11 31 Economics of education MBN30 33 E-business technology and 32 Educational institution management MBN12 management MBN31 d) HUMAN RESOURCE 33 Institutional linkage for educational management MBN32 30 Industrial and labour relations MBN13 i) HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT 31 Human resources development (HRD) MBN14 30 Health policy and health care-system MBN33 32 Total quality management MBN15 31 Hospital planning and 33 Training and development MBN16 designing MBN34 84
  • Paper Subject Sub Code Paper Subject Sub CodeELECTIVE SUBJECTS PROJECT WORK/OPTIONAL SUBJECTS 32 Hospital records GROUP-C management MBN35 1 WTO Constitution and 33 Counselling MBN36 Operation MBW09 j) APPAREL MANAGEMENT 2 Global Investment, 30 Textile and fabric science MBN37 Instruments and 31 Fashion merchandising MBN38 Institutions MBW10 32 Apparel manufacturing 3 Global Tourism MBW11 technology MBN39 4 Emerging Issues in Tourism MBW12 33 Apparel production management MBN40 GROUP-D PROJECT WORK/OPTIONAL SUBJECTS 1 Educational 34 OPTIONAL SUBJECT Infrastructure MBW13 GROUP-A 2 Instructional Design and Curriculam Development MBW14 1 Retail Marketing MBW01 2 Rural marketing MBW02 3 Hospital Core Services MBW15 3 Industrial Marketing MBW03 4 Hospital Support Services MBW16 4 Customer Relations GROUP-E Management and Relationship Marketing MBW04 1 Integrated Materials Management MBW17 GROUP-B 2 Value Analysis and 1 Organisational Development MBW05 Engineering MBW18 2 Entrepreneurship and 3 Fashion Retail Management of Management MBW19 Small Business MBW06 4 Consumer Behaviour 3 Derivatives MBW07 in Fashion MBW20 4 Risk Management and Insurance MBW08 85
  • MCA DEGREE SUBJECT / SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT SUBJECT SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT CODE FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR 14. Algorithm Analysis & Design PCAL1. Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science PCAA 15. Data Communication and Net Working PCAM2. Statistical Methods PCAB 16. Computer Architecture PCAN 17. Operating Systems PCAO3. Introduction to 18. Programming in JAVA PCAP Information Technology PCAC 19. Computer Graphics PCAR 20. COBOL Programming PCAS4. Microprocessors PCAD 21. Object Oriented Analysis and Design PCAT5. Programming in “C” PCAE 22. Organizational Dynamics PCAV 23. Elective I :6. Accounting and Network Programming PCEA financial Management PCAF 24. Practical IV - COBOL Record PCA47. Digital Computer 25. Practical V - JAVA Record PCA5 Fundamentals PCAG 26. Practical -VI: UNIX Record PCA6 27. Practical - VII :8. Object Oriented Based on PCA 210 Record PCA7 Programming with C++ PCAH THIRD YEAR 28. Internet and its Application PCAW9. Software Engineering PCAJ 29. Data Base Management Systems PCAX10. Data Structures PCAK 30. Multimedia Systems PC AY 31. Elective - II : E-Commerce PCEB11. Practical-l: 32. Elective- III : C Language Record PCA1 Distributed Computing PCEC 33. Practical - VIII :12. Practical-l I Data Structures Mini Project (on Multimedia Using C++ Record PCA2 / Web Page Design) Record PCA8 34. Practical - IX : RDBMS Record PCA913. Practical-Ill : 35. Project Work / Project Microprocessors Record PCA3 Report / VIVA-VOCE PCAQ 86
  • M.Sc. (IT.) SUBJECT / SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT SUBJECT SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT CODE FIRST YEAR SECOND YEAR1. Computer Architecture PITA 15. Object Oriented Analysis & Design PITL2. Distributed Data-base Systems PITB 16. Internet and its Applications PITM3. Programming in Java PITC4. Computer Networks PITD 17. Network Programming PITN5. Object Oriented Software Engineering PITE 18. Elective-l Software6. E-Commerce PITF Project Management PIEA7. Multimedia Systems PITG 19. Elective - lI Artificial Neural Networks PIEB8. Advanced Java Programming PITH 20. Practical-V : Internet and9. Visual Programming PITJ its applications PIT510. Windows Programming PITK 21. Practical-VI : Network Programming PIT611. Practical-l Java Programming Record PIT112. Practical-l I Visual 22. Practical-VI I : Mini Project Programming Record PIT2 (Based on Web page Design or Multimedia) PIT713. Practical-Ill Advanced Java Programming Record PIT3 23. Project Work / Project14. Practical-IV Windows Report Viva-Voce PITQ Programming Record PIT4 87
  • M.Sc. - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - SUBJECT CODES FOR CANDIDATES ADMITTED PRIOR TO 2006 FIRST SEMESTER THIRD SEMESTER KAA Computer Architecture KAL Object Oriented Analysis & Design KAB Programming in Java KAM Internet and its Applications KAC Object Oriented Software Engineering KAD Multimedia Systems KAN NetWork Programming KAE Visual Programming KSA Elective-l: Software Project Management KA1 Practical-l : Java Programming Record88 KSB Elective-ll : Artificial Neural Networks KA2 Practical-ll: Visual Programming Record SECOND SEMESTER KA5 Practical-V : Internet and its Applications. KAF Distributed Data-base Systems KA6 Practical-VI : Network Programming. KAG Computer Networks KA7 Practical-VII: Mini Project KAH E-commerce KAJ Advanced Java Programming (Based on Web Page Design or Multi-media) KAK Windows Programming FOURTH SEMESTER KA3 Practical-Ill : Advanced Java Programming Record KAQ Project Work / Project Report / Viva-Voce KA4 Practical-IV : Windows Programming Record
  • FOR CANDIDATES ADMITTED PRIOR TO 2002 FOR CANDIDATES ADMITTED FROM 2002 TO 2005 RBA Introduction to Discrete Structures RCA Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science First RBB Digital Computer Fundamentals RCB Introduction to Information Technology Semester RBC Programming in COBOL First RCC Programming in “C” RBD Financial Accounting & Analysis Semester RCD Digital Computer Fundamentals RBE FORTRAN and Numerical Methods RCE Software Engineering RB1 Practical - I RC1 Practical - 1 : C Language Kecord RCF Statistical Methods RBG Computer Oriented Statistical Methods RCG Microprocessors Second RBH Programming in PASCAL & C Second RCH Accounting and Financial Management Semester RBJ System Software Semester RCJ Object Oriented Programming with C++ RBK Data Structure RCK Data Structure RBL Microprocessor and its Applications RC2 Practical - II: Data Structures Using C++ Record RB2 Practical - II RC3 Practical - III: Microprocessors Record RB3 Practical - III RCL Algorithm Analysis & Design Third RBM Database Management Systems RCM Computer Architecture Semester RBN Computer Architecture Third RCN Programming JAVA RBP Design and Analysis of Algorithms Semester RCP COBOL Programming89 RBR Operation Research Techniques RCR Organizational Dynamics RTA Management Information System RC4 Practical - IV : COBOL Record RB4 Practical - IV RC5 Practical - V: - JAVA Record RBS Software Engineering RCS Data Communication and Net Working RBT Operating Systems RCT Operating Systems Fourth RTC Object Oriented Programming with C++ Fourth RCV Computer Graphics Semester RCW Object Oriented Analysis and Design Semester RBW Computer Graphics RWA Elective - 1 : Network Programming RTB Principles of Compiler Design RC6 Practical - VI: UNIX Record RB5 Practical - V RC7 Practical - VII : Based on Network Programming Record RB6 Practical - VI RCX Internet and its Application RBX Computer Networks RCY Data Base Management Systems Fifth RBY Organisational Dynamics Fifth RCZ Multimedia Systems Semester RBV Managerial Economics Semester RWB Elective - II : E-Commerce RTD Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems RWC Elective - III : Distributed Computing RB7 Term Paper and Seminar RW8 Practical-Vlll: Mini Project (on Multimedia/Web Page Design)Record RB8 Application Lab RC9 Practical - IX : RDBMS Record Sixth Semester RBQ Project Work Sixth Semester RCQ Project Work / Project Report / VIVA-VOCE