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  • 1. Management Program for Executives (MPE)
  • 2. ABOUT SVKM Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal Registered Charitable Education Trust
  • 3. SVKM Today University Colleges / Professional Institutes Polytechnic Schools Other Institutions Total Number of Institutions 1 15 1 6 9 32 Number of Students 2626 19761 1760 5955 323 30425 Number of Faculty 230 586 54 273 5 1148 Number of Staff 227 357 115 86 6 791
  • 4. Institutions of SVKM University - SVKM‟s NMIMS University Institutes for Post Graduate / Specialized Programs - Jitendra Chauhan College of Law - C. B. Patel Research Centre for Chemistry & Biological Sciences - Institute of Intellectual Property Rights - Harkisan Mehta Foundation Institute of Journalism and Mass Communication Colleges /Professional Institutions - Mithibai College of Arts, Chauhan Institute of Science & A. J. College of Commerce - Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics - Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering - Acharya Ambalal V. Patel Junior College - Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management - Dr. Bhanuben Nanavati College of Pharmacy - SVKM‟s College of Law - SVKM‟s College of Diploma in Pharmacy - SVKM‟s Institute of International Studies - Chauhan Junior College of Arts & Science - Narsee Monjee Junior College of Commerce
  • 5. Established the Institute. Status of recognised institution by the University of Mumbai for the MMS and DMS Programmes 1981 Permanent Recognition by the University of Mumbai1987 The first Management School in Mumbai to be accorded approval for its autonomous full time programme by the All India Council for Technical Education [AICTE] 1992 Launch of Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration First Management Institute to be accorded FIVE STAR rating by the UGC sponsored National Assessment and Accreditation Council 1999 Association of Indian Universities recognised the equivalence of the PGDBA to the MBA Degree 2001 NBAAccreditation to full time and part time Programmes2002 Establishment of the Industry Institute Partnership Cell 2003 Grant of Deemed-to-be-University status ABOUT NMIMS
  • 6. 2004 ISO 9001:2000 Certification Integrated Management System Operative 2005 Student award Instituted for Overall Excellence and Leadership by the first MMS batch of NMIMS [1981-83] 2006 Accredited at the “A” level by NAAC (Institutional score between 85-90%) 2007-12 Setting up of new Campuses Shirpur Bangalore Hyderabad Chandigarh ABOUT NMIMS 2011 Ranked Overall 6th by Economic Times and 4th by Business World 2009 Ranked 1st on Learning experience & ROI to students by Business World
  • 7. Deemed University Status was Granted by Government of India, Ministry of HRD, Department of Secondary & Higher Education, New Delhi, under Section 3 of the UGC ACT, 1956 vide Notification No. F.9-37/2001-U-3 dated 13th January, 2003 The Ministry of Human Resources Development (Department of Higher Education), Government of India, New Delhi, vide its Notification No. F. 9-37/2001-U.3, dated October 15, 2007, in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 and on the advice of UGC accorded approval to the continuance of Deemed-to-be-University status to NMIMS University, Mumbai
  • 8. Humble beginning - 1981 Approval by AICTE – 1992 5 Star Rating by NAAC- 1999 Deemed University Status-2003 ISO 9001:2000 Certification-2004 „A Grade‟- NAAC Re-accreditation - 2006 Setting up of Schools and Off Centre Campus –2007-08 Member of EFMD – 2006-07 Milestones Achieved
  • 9. University of Houston Harvard Business School Athens University ESSCA – Angers, Budapest Euromed Marseille ESC Rouen Middlesex University Stockholm University York University Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) -UK Securities Investment Institute (SII) –UK International Tie-ups
  • 10. Industry Institute Partnership Cell [IIPC] Model of NMIMS
  • 11. Executive as the customer: • Largest concentrated pool of techies without a formal management orientation • Barring IIM Bangalore, no other pan-Indian Top 10 B-schools present here Corporate as the customer: • No quality exec-education programs specifically designed to meet executives’ and organizational needs and having impact on management practices • Crying need in current scenario – namely, higher productivity, needs improved management practices • NMIMS is one of the centers of excellence recognized by UGC, who have advised us to extend our services to strategic locations like Bangalore
  • 12.  Management Program for Executives (MPE): 20-Month weekend program leading to PGDBM from NMIMS University  Executive PGDBM Full-time 15-month program  Full-time 2-year PGDM program  Short-duration Certificate Courses - Public Programs  Equity Research - Corporate Valuation – 15week program
  • 13. Participant‟s Viewpoint: • Upgrading knowledge and skills • Accelerate career growth • Change role • Move up the corporate ladder from specific to general management roles • Get a holistic business perspective and outgrow the silo mind-set Organization's viewpoint: • Talent Management • Retention strategy • Create Future Business Leaders. • Create Change Agents • Influence Management practice • Transform to a High-Performance, learning organization
  • 14. Stage1- have the experience Stage 2- examine and reflect upon what happened Stage 3- make wider sense of experience by linking it with existing knowledge, previous experience, mental maps, models, theories Stage 4- plan how to incorporate new knowledge into repertoire of behavior and body of knowledge Application oriented learning-the key
  • 15.  Judicious blend of knowledge, skills and attributes- across functions and general management  Designed based on the current needs of professionals in industry  Incorporates subjects in Business Analytics – a nascent and growing discipline ◦ has not received the attention by other leading B-schools  Electives: both horizontal/ functional as well as verticals on offer  Blend of pedagogy ◦ interactive class sessions, ◦ case analysis and simulations and ◦ Live in-company project work  Contextual customization through project
  • 16.  TRIM 1 o Understanding Management, Business and Organizations o Microeconomics and Business Environment o Financial Accounting o Quantitative Techniques o IT for Managers  TRIM 2 o Financial Management o Marketing Management I o Operations Management o Managerial Accounting o Business Strategy Formulation
  • 17.  TRIM 3 o Business Strategy Implementation o Marketing management II o Strategic and International Finance o People and Organization Capability o Project Management  TRIM 4 o Negotiation Skills o Business Analytics o Business Simulation o Leadership and Change Management o Corporate Governance & Ethics  TRIM 5 o ELECTIVES o Project : Company based, live issues faced by company to be addressed based on Management learnings
  • 18.  Electives on offer  Functional areas (Horizontal) o Marketing:  Customer Relationship Management  Strategic Brand Management o Finance:  Financial Dimension of Corporate Restructuring  Entrepreneurial Finance o Operations:  Advance Supply Chain Management  Six Sigma o Human Resource Management:  High Performance Organisation  Talent Management
  • 19.  Electives on offer  Domain (Vertical) o Management of Telecom Enterprises o Management of IT Enterprises o Retail Management o Entrepreneurship  Participants to choose any two courses from the 4 horizontal areas and any two courses from the 4 vertical areas.
  • 20.  Identify real life issue in consultation with Business Head / Mentor / Faculty  Identifying Objectives, Performance Measures  Address issues with Management Learning  Make a Proposal Defence / Business Case before a panel of Faculties / Business Head.  Do Data Collection, Analysis and Report Writing.  Submit draft report for comments of Faculty  Viva Voce before a Panel Comprising of Faculty and Business Heads / Mentors.
  • 21.  Pedagogy  Course Curricula  Faculty  Rigor
  • 22.  Pedagogy  Entire cycle involving Pre-reading, Classroom interaction and post class assignments.  Classroom primarily for explanation of concepts, clarification & synthesis of ideas.  Extensive use of cases for communicating concepts.  Simulations in Marketing, Finance Operation, Strategy that promotes cutting edge, decision making ability.  Project (capstone) caps all the learnings in a meaningful manner.
  • 23. Course Curricula: Based on the KSA approach of  Knowledge, e.g. FM, OPS, Economics, Marketing  Skills, e.g. Communication, Negotiations, Decision making, Analytics  Attitude or Attribute, e.g. Time Management, Creativity Faculty  The best of Faculty who got consistently high feedback  Blend of Academicians & Practitioners o Who have considerable academic strength o Who have done research on Industry  Both from Bangalore & Mumbai
  • 24. Rigor  Testing for regular & consistent work in class quizzes, class participations, off campus assignment and comprehensive exams  Relative Evaluation - Credit System.  Comprehensive Business Simulation in fourth trimester, a live exam.  Quick Evaluation & feedback.  Trim-wise performance feedback.  Periodic feedback on Faculty and Subject wise program administration.
  • 25.  Attending classes regularly  Timely submission of assignments  Committed participation in group-work as well as in-class discussions  Diligent pre-reading as specified in study-plans  In case a company-sponsored participant leaves the organization midway, the registration to the program stands cancelled
  • 26. Program Commences on June 06, 2013 Program Completion in March 08, 2015 Happy Learning! Knowledge is the only thing no one can take away from you

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