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    • UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT• Established through Meghalaya Act (No. 3 of 2011) legislated by Meghalaya Assembly (in accordance with Section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956)• Notified in Gazette of Meghalaya State vide No. LL(B) 47/2010/19 dated 04 January 2011 A C A D E M I C Y E A R 2 0 11-12 INFORMATION BULLETIN • SCHOOL OF MEDIA & COMMUNICATION • SCHOOL OF RETAIL & FASHION • SCHOOL OF TRAVEL & LEISURE • SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY ENROLLMENT & INFORMATION OFFICES:Shillong: Room No. 321, High Winds Guest House, Pine Mount Ridge, Opposite Pine MountSchool, Near Lady Hydari Park, Shillong, Meghalaya - 793 001 Tel: 0364-2227477Delhi: 1st Floor, 55 Community Centre, East of Kailash,New Delhi -110 065Tel: 011-47173400 Fax: 011-47173444 Toll Free No.: 1800-102-8737
    • CONTENTSDescription Page No.Programs Offered / Admission Criteria.............................................................................. 1Program Fee Structure ...................................................................................................... 5Other Fee ......................................................................................................................... 6Scholarship / Fee Concession ............................................................................................. 6Hostel Facility ................................................................................................................... 7Reservation of Seats .......................................................................................................... 7Withdrawal of Admission .................................................................................................... 7Transportation ................................................................................................................... 8Placement Assistance ......................................................................................................... 8Ragging ............................................................................................................................ 8How to Apply .................................................................................................................... 8Admission Policy for International Students ....................................................................... 9Program Intake / Program Codes ..................................................................................... 12Program Structure / Courses ............................................................................................. 13
    • PROGRAMS OFFERED AND ADMISSION CRITERIA PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION DURATION CRITERIA (YRS) School of Media & Communication BA (Advertising) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Interview 3 Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) School of Retail & Fashion BBA (Retail Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Group Discussion Management) Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and Interview 3 MBA (Fashion & 1. Minimum 50% marks at Higher & National Level Test Retail Management) Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) (UPES-MET 1/ UPES-MET 2/ MAT/ CAT) + Group 2. Graduation with minimum Discussion and Interview 2 50% marks from a recognized Note: Test is exempted for University candidates as defined under “Mode of MBA Admissions”. School of Travel & Leisure BBA (Travel & Tour) Minimum 50% marks at Higher Group Discussion & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and Interview 3 MBA (Sports 1. Minimum 50% marks at Higher National Level Test Management) & Senior Secondary level (UPES-MET 1/UPES-MET 2 / (10th & 12th) MAT/ CAT) + Group 2. Graduation with minimum 50% Discussion & Interview 2 marks from a recognized University Note: Test is exempted for candidates as defined under “Mode of MBA Admissions”.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 1
    • MODE OF MBA ADMISSIONS A) National Level Tests MAT/ CAT Test Scores: CAT score of 70 Percentile or MAT score of 75 Percentile will be called for Group Discussion & Interview. Note: CAT score of November’10 and MAT scores of September’10, December’10, February’11 and May’11 will be accepted. B) UPES-MET Test UTM will accept UPES-MET 1 and UPES-MET 2 scores. UPES-MET 2 has been scheduled on 11 June 2011. Interested candidates need to appear for the test as per the details given below: Date of Test Time Duration 11 June 2011 1000 to 1230 Hours 2 hrs 30 minutes University also reserves the right to conduct further physical (paper pencil test) / online test for admission. Entrance Test Locations / City Codes Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR/Online Application Form. Candidates are cautioned to fill the City code and shade correctly, as the allotment of preferred Test City will be based on this information only. Candidates need to give both first & second choice as per their city preference in OMR / Online Application form. MBA (UPES - MET 2) City Name Test City Code City Name Test City Code Chennai 30 Bhopal 31 Delhi 32 Dehradun 33 Jaipur 34 Kolkata 35 Lucknow 36 Mumbai 37 Shillong 38 Guwahati 39 Impal 40 Note: • University reserves the right to change or cancel any test centre / city at its discretion. • Last date to receive the filled application (OMR form) is 23 May 2011.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 2
    • Admit Card (to be downloaded from UTM Website) On the basis of information in the Application form, admit card of provisionally eligible candidates will be uploaded on the University website www.utm.ac.in on 3 June 2011 (Friday). Candidates are required to download the admit card accordingly. The duly completed downloaded admit card with photograph affixed (duly attested) in the space provided will have to be produced at the allotted test centre. Candidates without admit card or card without the photograph will NOT be permitted to take the test. SCHEME OF TEST Sections No. of Questions General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability 40 Quantitative: Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency 40 General Awareness: General English, Current Affairs, Business Scenario 40 Analytical & Logical Reasoning 40 Total Questions 160 C) Exemption from the National Level Test • MBA (Sports Management): To sports persons having participated / represented at the following levels : o At International level - the candidate should have been sponsored by a national organization. o At National level - the candidate should have been sponsored by a State Organization. o At Inter-University level - the candidate should have been sponsored by a University. o At State level - the candidate should have been sponsored by a Zonal or District Association. These candidates shall enclose a separate sheet detailing their achievement in sports and shall also enclose attested photocopies of all sports certificates received by them. Candidates who fail to produce evidence in support, will not be considered for Direct admissions. • MBA (Fashion & Retail Management): Candidates having relevant industry experience such as designing, organizing / participating in Fashion events, Retail business, etc. will be considered for Direct Admissions. Candidates should enclose a separate sheet detailing their involvement / achievement in above activities and should also enclose attested photocopies of certificates/ testimonials received by them. Applicants who fail to produce evidence in support will not be considered for Direct Admissions. Admission under this category will be on first-cum-first-serve basis, subject to certain percentage as decided by the University.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 3
    • B. TECH PROGRAMS COURSE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ADMISSION CRITERIA DURATION (YRS) School of Technology B. Tech - IT (Cloud Computing & Virtualization • Minimum 50% Marks at Higher Board Merit*/AIEEE Technology) & Senior Secondary level (10th Merit through Merit & 12th)· Ranking B. Tech - IT 4 (Open Source OR Software & Open • Minimum 50% aggregate in Standards) Candidates who have Physics, Chemistry & qualified UPESEAT Test will Mathematics (PCM) at B. Tech (Electronics be admitted through Senior Secondary Level (12th). & Communication Centralized Counseling Engineering) MODE OF B. TECH ADMISSIONS A) Board Merit*/AIEEE Merit Eligibility Criteria Admission Criteria Board Merit* Minimum 75% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum Counseling through 75% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th) Merit Ranking Or AIEEE Merit (i) Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) and minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level. Counseling through (ii) AIEEE rank – upto 2 lakh (All India Rank) Merit Ranking Counseling through Merit Ranking UTM has the right to fill these seats through any other means. University also reserves the right to conduct further physical (paper pencil test) / online test for admission. B) UPESEAT Test Candidates who have appeared in UPESEAT test held on 21st May 2011 will be enrolled through Centralized Counseling Process scheduled in the month of June 2011.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 4
    • PROGRAM FEE STRUCTURE Semester Wise Fee (in ) Program I / II Semester III / IV Semester V / VI Semester Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Service Fee Fee BA (Advertising) 37,500 12,500 50,000 39,375 13,125 52,500 41,250 13,750 55,000 BBA Programs 51,188 17,062 68,250 53,625 17,875 71,500 56,250 18,750 75,000 Program Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total Fee Service Fee Fee Fee Service Fee Fee I Semester III Semester MBA 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 II Semester IV Semester 1,23,375 41,125 1,64,500 1,29,375 43,125 1,72,500 Program I / II Semester III / IV Semester Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total 55,050 36,700 91,750 57,750 38,500 96,250 B. Tech V / VI Semester VII / VIII Semester Tuition Academic Total Tuition Academic Total 60,600 40,400 1,01,000 63,600 42,400 1,06,000The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 5
    • OTHER FEE Industrial Tour Charge: In order to give real life exposure of the industry, industrial tours would be organized for all students of full time programs. Participation in the Industrial Tour is mandatory for which a charge of Rs. 15,000/- (one time) is payable at the time of registration. Alumni Fee: This fee is applicable to students of all the programs of the University. An Alumni Fee of Rs. 1,500/- is to be paid along with 3rd Semester Fee of MBA / 5th Semester Fee of BA and BBA / 7th Semester Fee of B.Tech. Personality Development Program (PDP) Fee: To improve communication and soft skills, it is mandatory for all the students to attend the Personality Development Program organized by UTM. PDP Fee for MBA is Rs. 10,000/- payable along with 2nd Semester Fee; and for Under Graduate Programs (B.A/BBA/B.Tech) is Rs. 15,000/- payable along with 3rd Semester Fee. Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) security amount of Rs. 20,000/- is also payable at the time of Registration. In case of any taxes / levies on fee are charged by the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students. One time Academic Computing Fee: Rs. 30,000/- will be charged at the time of registration towards computing device and allied computing services. Fee Payment Schedule for those admitted in Academic Year 2011-12 1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester At the time of Admission By 1st to 10th January 2012 By 1st to 10th July 2012 By 1st to 10th January 2013 5th Semester 6th Semester 7th Semester 8th Semester By 1st to 10th July 2013 By 1st to 10th January 2014 By 1st to 10th July 2014 By 1st to 10th January 2015 SCHOLARSHIP / FEE CONCESSION • University of Technology and Management offers limited scholarships in some specific programs as decided by the University. • The scholarships are awarded purely on academic merit-cum-means. • Waiving of Tuition Fee partially/fully will be considered for those who are awarded scholarships. • The details of the scholarships would be provided to the students in the student’s bulletin given to them at the time of registration. • Award of scholarships will be decided by the Scholarship Committee & its decision shall be final and binding.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 6
    • • 25% Concession on Tuition Fee shall be given to Meghalaya Domicile students on merit-cum-means basis to be decided by the University, subject to fulfilling the following conditions: o Students’ whose gross annual family income is not more than Rs. 2 Lakhs. o Students’ who possess valid domicile certificate from Meghalaya. o Should have passed Class X and XII level schooling from Meghalaya. However, this condition may be relaxed for wards of defense personnel subject to production of posting certificate outside the state issued by Competent Authority. HOSTEL FACILITY / FEE University of Technology and Management (UTM) will tie-up with certain service providers & agencies for providing hostel facility to UTM students at Shillong. Student wishing to avail Hostel/ PG/ Boarding facility can register with the University by depositing a token amount of Rs. 5,000, to be adjusted / refunded, as the case may be. A student having registered in the Hostel (on-campus or outsourced) and withdraws from the same will not be entitled to hostel fee refund. In case, the seat is filled up by another boarder, proportional refund may be considered. RESERVATION OF SEATS • For Meghalaya domicile candidates: 15% of seats in all programs will be reserved on merit, subject to production of domicile certificate. • For other North-Eastern States: 15 % of seats in all programs on merit, subject to production of domiciled certification based on relative merit. • Reservation for Differently Abled Students: 3% of seats are reserved for Differently Abled Students with minimum disability to the extent of 40% subject to production of a certificate from authorized Medical Doctor / Hospital indicating the extent of physical disability. However, in event of the seats remaining unfilled in the above mentioned categories, the same shall be treated as unreserved. WITHDRAWAL OF ADMISSION• University of Technology and Management (UTM) will follow UGC guidelines regarding refund of fees on withdrawal. The refund cheque will be issued in the name of student only. For details please see UGC fee refund norms http:// www.ugc.ac.in/notices/publicnotice07.pdf / UTM Website. • Students who have registered and undergone the Personality Development Program (PDP) will not be entitled to refund of PDP fee.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 7
    • TRANSPORTATION The University will make necessary transportation arrangements for students residing outside the Campus, on specific routes only, on payment of prescribed fee. PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE University of Technology and Management (UTM) shall provide placement assistance to all enrolled students subject to their fulfilling eligibility conditions as prescribed in UTM Placement Regulation. However, the obligation of the University will be only to provide Placement assistance and not Placement guarantee. RAGGING • The University has zero tolerance policy on ragging and will strictly enforce it. • Ragging in any form inside or outside the campus and hostel premises is strictly prohibited under UGC Regulations on Ragging. Ragging being a cognizable offence; the punishment for ragging may be summary expulsion from the University. • Ragging as defined by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India: “Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act with the effect of teasing, treating or handling with nudeness any other student; indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological or to raise fear or apprehension thereof, in a fresher or a junior student, or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating essence of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.” HOW TO APPLY Candidates desirous of seeking admission to any of the programs may procure the prospectus and application form from UTM Enrolment Offices at Shillong / Delhi on payment of Rs. 1,500/- (Rs. 1,600/- through post or courier). The payment should be made in the form of demand draft in favour of “University of Technology & Management ”, payable at Shillong / Delhi.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 8
    • ADMISSION POLICY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS International Students include: • Foreign students holding passports of foreign countries & people of Indian origin holding foreign nationality • Non-Resident Indians having studied & passed qualifying examinations from schools or colleges in foreign countries. Dependents of NRI studying in India will not be regarded as international students. • Students from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) holding citizenship proof. Eligibility: • Fulfill minimum eligibility requirements prescribed by UTM for a program of study. • Degrees/certificates of the candidates have been recognized as equivalent by the Association of Indian Universities. • GMAT score of 600 for MBA programs offered by School of Travel & Leisure. • SAT score of 1500 for graduate programs / GRE Score of 1700 (cumulative) for postgraduate programs offered by School of Technology. • Cleared TOEFL (only for candidates from non English speaking countries). • Possess passport valid for the duration of study issued by respective country. Procedure for admission: • Candidate may apply on prescribed format available online at www.utm.ac.in along with Application fee of $ 75 USD (which can be remitted online). • UTM after examining their academic credentials will issue provisional admission offer letters The University may also interview a candidate, if felt necessary. • The selected candidates will be required to submit attested copies of the following documents for final registration o 10th & 12th/Graduation grade card o transfer certificate from Institution, last attended o passport and student visa/ PIO card • Finally admitted students are required to register with the Foreigners Registration Office / local police authorities as per regulation of the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 9
    • Program Fee Structure for SAARC Countries (in USD per Annum) BA BBA MBA B.Tech A) 2,300 3,250 8,086 6,125 Note: The fee mentioned above is for first year only & the fee for the subsequent years shall be enhanced by 5% every year till the duration of the program. B) OTHER FEE Industrial Tour Charge: In order to give real life exposure of the industry, industrial tours would be organized for all students of full time programs. Participation in the Industrial Tour is mandatory for which a charge of Rs. 15,000/- (one time) is payable at the time of registration. Alumni Fee: This fee is applicable to students of all the programs of the University. An Alumni Fee of Rs. 1,500/- is to be paid along with 3rd Semester Fee of MBA / 7th Semester Fee of B.Tech / 5th Semester Fee of BA and BBA. Personality Development Program (PDP) Fee: To improve communication and soft skills, it is mandatory for all the students to attend the Personality Development Program organized by UTM. PDP Fee for MBA is Rs. 10,000/- payable along with 2nd Semester Fee; and for Under Graduate Programs (BA/BBA/B.Tech) is Rs. 15,000/- payable along with 3rd Semester Fee. Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) security amount of Rs. 20,000/- is also payable at the time of Registration. In case of any taxes / levies on fee are charged by the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students. One time Academic Computing Fee: Rs. 30,000/- will be charged at the time of registration towards computing device and allied computing services. Prospectus / Program Fee Structure for candidates from other Countries (in USD per Annum) A) Cost of Prospectus & Application form for International Students: USD $ 75 by Demand Draft B) BA BBA MBA B.Tech 3,650 5,000 10,250 8,100 Note: The fee mentioned above is for first year only & the fee for the subsequent years shall be enhanced by 5% every year till the duration of the program.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 10
    • The Fee mentioned above includes Industrial Tour Charges, Alumni Fee, Personality Development Program Fee & Academic Computing Fee.C. Refundable Security: Refundable (interest free) amount of Rs. 20,000/- is also payable at the time of admission. In case any taxes/levies on fee are charged by the Central/State/Local Authorities/Overseas Authorities from time to time, the same shall also be borne by the students. HOSTEL FACILITY / FEEThe University will facilitate Hostel / Paying Guest accommodation for international students through local service providers.Candidates wishing to avail the facility will be required to deposit advance amount of US $ 500 to beadjusted / refunded, as the case may be.Mode of Payment of Fee / other charges:By crossed Demand Draft in favour of “University of Technology & Management”, payable atShillong / New Delhi (India)The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings andacademic regulations or change of location at any time without assigning any reason or prior notice. Thesaid change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled withthe University.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 11
    • PROGRAM INTAKE / PROGRAM CODES Kindly refer to the following table for filling up the OMR Application Form PROGRAM INTAKE * CODE BA (Advertising) 50 12005 BBA (Retail Management) 50 12006 BBA (Travel & Tour) 50 12007 MBA (Fashion & Retail Management) 60 22014 MBA (Sports Management) 60 22015 B. Tech - IT (Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technology) 60 31016 B.Tech - IT (Open Source Software & Open Standards) 60 31019 B.Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering) 60 31020 Please Note: • For all MBA programs, Candidates appearing in final year qualifying examination are also eligible to apply provided they submit the proof of their eligibility September 30, 2011. Admission of students failing to submit the proof of their eligibility by September 30, 2011 even on account of non-declaration of results by their respective Universities, will stand automatically cancelled & no refund of fee will be admissible, in such cases. • Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the University • Admissions will be purely on the basis of merit and candidates are strongly advised against canvassing and/or extraneous pressure on the selection process. Any candidate found guilty in above activities, his/her candidature is liable for immediate disqualification. • The University of Technology and Management (UTM) reserves the right to cancel any advertised course due to insufficient enrolments or for any other reason beyond its control. In such case an eventuality, full fee shall be refunded to the student.The University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 12
    • PROGRAM STRUCTURE/COURSES BA (Advertising) Semester I Semester II Principles of Management Introduction to Advertising Marketing Fundamentals Creative Thinking and Reflective Learning The Language of Advertising Branding Concepts Business Communication Human Psychology Semester III Semester IV Consumer Behavior Copywriting Creative Concepts and Visualization Digital Media Cultural Influences Art of Still Photography Brand Strategy and Positioning Minor Project: Print Advertising Design Semester V Semester VI Art Direction and Filmmaking Account Management & Planning Media Review and Literary Criticism Agency Simulation Online Advertising Major Project: Film Advertising Design Media Management and Client Relationship ManagementThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 13
    • BBA (Retail Management) Semester I Semester II Business Organization Organizational Behavior Business Economics I Business Economics II Business Mathematics Business Statistics Business Accounting Financial Management Business Computing Business Communication II Business Communication I Marketing Communication Semester III Semester IV Human Resource Management Marketing of Services Operations Management Materials Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Research Methodology & Report Writing Consumer Behavior & Market Research CRM & e-CRM Retail Concepts & Environment Retail Selling Techniques Industry visit Semester V Semester VI Store Operation Management Visual Merchandising Business Policy & Strategy Entrepreneurship & Venture Management Retail Branding Retail Automation Shoppers Behavior Dissertation II Summer Internship Dissertation IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 14
    • BBA (Travel & Tour) Semester I Semester II Business Organization Organizational Behavior Fundamentals of Travel & Tourism Business Economics I Business Mathematics Business Statistics Business Accounting IATA Travel & Tourism Business Communication I India Cultural Heritage: Tourism Perspective Business Computing Semester III Semester IV Marketing Management Business Communication II Research Methodology and Report Writing Business Law Foreign Language (French) Marketing Communication Financial Management Consumer Behavior & Market Research Business Economics II Travel Agency & Tour Operation Human Resource Management Practicum: Tour Operation Semester V Semester VI Essential of Strategic Management Marketing of Airlines and Cruise Customer Relationship Management Marketing of Hotels, Resorts & Tours International Tourism Entrepreneurship & Venture Management Adventure Tourism Dissertation II Dissertation I Summer InternshipThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 15
    • MBA (Fashion & Retail Management) Semester I Semester II Economics & Management Decisions Indian Fashion Scenario Quantitative Technique Research Methodology and App Statistics Business Communication & Negotiation Skills Basic Concepts of Fashion Products and Manufacturing Organizational Behavior Human Resource Management Marketing Management Global Fashion Scenario IT for Managers Financial Management Financial Accounting Industrial Visits Semester III Semester IV E- Business & E-Commerce Cross Cultural Management International Logistics Management Visual Merchandising Principles of Fashion Marketing & Merchandising Entrepreneurship and Fashion Venture Management International Trade Operations & Documentation International Fashion Marketing Retail Marketing Dissertation II Summer Internship Dissertation IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 16
    • MBA (Sports Management) Semester I Semester II Economics & Management Decisions Operations & Materials Management Quantitative Technique Research Methodology and App Statistics Organizational Behavior Human Resource Management Marketing Management Business Communication & Negotiation Skills Domain Specific Course Domain Specific Courses Introduction to Sports Management Sports Marketing Sports Facility and Event Design Visits to Sporting Arenas Domain Tailored Courses Domain Tailored Courses IT Applications in Sporting Events Financial Marketing in Sports Accounting for Sports Organization and events Semester III Semester IV Business Policy and Strategy Project Management & Contract Admin. Domain Specific Courses Domain Specific Courses Global Sports Management Integrated Sports Management Sports Communication Dissertation II Management and Leadership in Sports Organizations Player Management Summer Internship Dissertation I Domain Tailored Course Domain Tailored Courses Managing facilities and Stadia Ethics in Sports Management Entrepreneurship in SportsThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 17
    • B. TECH - IT (Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technology) Semester I Semester II Physics I Physics II Chemistry Mathematics II Mathematics I Data Structures using C Problem Solving with C Engineering Graphics Professional Communication I Professional Communication II Environmental Studies Introduction to PHP using IDE Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing I & OSS Development Methodology Introduction to Mathematical Logic Practical Practical Physics Lab I Data Structures using C Lab Chemistry Lab Engineering Graphics Lab I C Programming Lab Physics Lab II Professional Communication Lab I Professional Communication Lab II PHP Lab Semester III Semester IV Mathematics III Microprocessors Practical OOPS using C++ Data Communication & Networks Computer Systems Architecture Service oriented architecture Introduction to Virtualization and Cloud Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing II Technical Communication Operating Systems Database Management Systems & data modeling Advanced SQL Philosophy of Science Theory of Automata & Computation Electronic Devices & Circuits Introduction to Virtualization and Cloud II Practical Principles of Management OOPS using C++ Lab Practical DBMS Lab Microprocessor Lab Operating System Lab Advanced SQL Lab Hypervisor LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 18
    • Semester V Semester VI Software Engineering & UML Software Project Management Computer Graphics Enterprise Java Cloud Computing Platforms: VmWare Platforms: Cloudburst Java Programming Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing III mode Advanced IDE Storage Technology Foundation Web Application server and Advanced PHP Platform Tools HTML programming Organizational behavior Practical Practical IDE Lab Enterprise Java Lab Java & HTML Lab Minor Project II Minor Project I Comprehensive Viva-I Industrial Visit Computer Graphics Lab Platforms Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Security Network Security & Cryptography Application Development I Dynamic Paradigm in Cloud Computing IV Advanced Scripting Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse Versioning & Bug Tracking Managing the cloud Backup & DR Application development – II Performance Tuning Entrepreneurship and product development Managerial Economics Professional Ethics Scripting Lab Practical Practical Seminar Major Project II Industrial Training Comprehensive Viva II Performance Tuning Lab Major Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 19
    • B. Tech - IT (Open Source Software & Open Standards) Semester I Semester II Physics I Physics II Chemistry Mathematics II Mathematics I Data Structures using C Problem Solving with C Engineering Graphics Professional Communication I Professional Communication II Environmental Studies Introduction to PHP using IDE Introduction to Open Source & Open Standards Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards I Introduction to Mathematical Logic Practical Practical Physics Lab I Data Structures using C Lab Chemistry Lab Engineering Graphics Lab I C Programming Lab Physics Lab II Professional Communication Lab I Professional Communication Lab II PHP Lab Semester III Semester IV Mathematics III Microprocessors OOPS using C++ Data Communication & Networks Computer Systems Architecture IT Applications and Open Standards OSS Development Methodology Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards II Technical Communication Operating Systems Database Management Systems & data modeling Advanced SQL Philosophy of Science Theory of Automata & Computation Electronic Devices & Circuits Graphic & Animation Tools Practical Principles of Management Practical Practical OOPS using C++ Lab Microprocessor Lab DBMS Lab Operating Systems Lab Advanced SQL Lab Graphic & Animation LabThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 20
    • Semester V Semester VI Software Engineering & UML Software Project Management Computer Graphics Enterprise Java Marketing & Services in OSS XML programming Java Programming Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standard III Advanced IDE Storage Technology Foundation Web Application server and Advanced PHP Open Source Mobile platform HTML programming Organizational behavior Practical Practical Advanced PHP & IDE Lab Enterprise Java Lab Java & HTML Lab Minor Project II Minor Project I (Web app) Comprehensive Viva-I Industrial Visit Computer Graphics Lab Mobile Platform Lab Semester VII Semester VIII Retail applications & ARTS - I Network Security & Cryptography Healthcare applications & HL7 - I Dynamic Paradigm in Open Source & Open Standards IV Web 2.0 Technologies Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse Versioning & bug tracking Retail applications & ARTS - II Graphics & Animation Tools Healthcare applications & HL7 - II Linux desktop & Admin, OSS Tools and Device Entrepreneurship and product development setups on OS platform Managerial Economics Professional Ethics Scripting Lab Practical Practical Seminar Major Project II Industrial Training Comprehensive Viva II Performance Tuning Lab Major Project IThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 21
    • B. TECH (Electronics & Communication Engineering) Semester I Semester II Physics I Physics II Engineering Graphics Chemistry Mathematics I Mathematics II Computer Science Basics Electrical Engineering Communication Workshop I Communication Workshop II Workshop Technology Environmental Studies Practical Practical Physics Lab I Electrical Lab Engineering Graphics Lab I Engineering Graphic Lab Computer Lab Physics Lab II Engineering Workshop Semester III Semester IV Mathematics III Electromagnetic Field Theory OOPs with C & C++ Instrumentation & Measurement Signals & Systems Digital Logic Design & Application, Electronic Devices & Circuits (EDC) Analog Electronic Network Theory Information Theory & Coding Communication Workshop III Electronic Material & Processes Communication Workshop IV Practical Practical OOPs Lab Instrumentation & Measurement Lab EDC Lab Analog Electronics Lab Network Lab Digital Circuit Design Lab Electronics WorkshopThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 22
    • Semester V Semester VI Linear Integrated Circuits Antenna & Wave Propagation Numerical Methods Control System Engineering Microprocessor & Peripherals Digital Signal Processing Communication Systems Digital Communication Power Electronics & Derives Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems Artificial Intelligence Practical Practical Communication Lab Advanced Microprocessor & Embedded Systems Lab Microprocessor Lab Communication Lab II Linear Integrated Circuit Lab DSP Lab Industrial Visit Minor Project II Minor Project I Comprehensive Viva I Semester VII Semester VIII VLSI Engineering Micro Electro Mechanical Systems Nano Electronics Technology Industrial Automation Microwave Electronics Industrial Management Elective-I (Choose any 1) Elective II (Choose any 1) Optical Communications VHTL Remote Sensing Radar Systems Wireless Communications Multimedia Systems Solar Cell Technology Biomedical Instrumentation I C Technology Broadband Wireless Communication Practical Practical VLSI Lab Major Project II Microwave & Antenna Lab Major Project I Seminar Industrial TrainingThe University reserves the right to make changes in curricula, degree requirements, course offerings, change in student intake and academic regulations or change of location at anytime without assigning any reason or prior notice. The said change may apply not only to prospective students but also to those who are already enrolled with the University. 23
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