University of Delhi - M.B.A. Syllabus

DELHI – 110007
Two-Year Full Time Programme
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a two year full-time programme. The
course structure and programme administration are as follows:
The programme has been organized in two years – First Year and Second Year, each
comprising two semesters. The list of papers offered during First Year and Second Year
of the programme shall be as follows:
Semester – I
F-101 Management Process and Organizational Behavior
F-102 Quantitative Methods
F-103 Managerial Economics
F-104 Financial Accounting
F-105 Marketing Management
F-106 Human Resource Management
F-107 Business Communication
F-108 Computer Applications in Management
Semester –II
F-201 Organization Effectiveness and Change
F-202 Management Science
F-203 Economic Environment of Business
F-204 Financial Management
F-205 Management Accounting
F-206 Production and Operations Management
F-207 Marketing Research
F-208 Management of Information Systems
Summer Training
At the end of second semester, all students will have to undergo summer training of 8-10
weeks with an industrial, business or service organization by taking up a project study.
The conditions of successfully completing the programme shall not be deemed to have
been satisfied unless a student undergoes summer training under the supervision of the
department in organizations as approved by the Faculty from time to time. Each student
will be required to submit a project report to the Faculty for the work undertaken during
this period within three weeks of the commencement of the third semester for the purpose
of evaluation in the third semester.
During Second Year, in addition to compulsory papers and project studies, a student shall
have to choose six optional papers in third semester and three optional papers in fourth
semester form the list of optional papers announced at the beginning of each semester.
Semester –III
F-301 Summer Training Project
F-302 Business Policy and Strategic Analysis
(Plus 6 Optional Papers)
Semester – IV
F-401 Corporate Evolution and Strategic Management
F-402 International Business Environment
F-403 Business Legislation
F-404 Project Study
(Plus 3 Optional Papers)
F-3101 Quantitative Analysis of Financial Decisions
F-3102 Security Analysis and Investment Management
F-3103 Portfolio Management
F-3104 International Financial Management
F-3105 Management of Financial Services
F-3106 Management Control System
F-3107 International Accounting
F-3108 Corporate Taxation
F-3109 Financial Derivatives
F-3110 Project Planning, Analysis and Management
F-3111 International Financial Markets
F-3112 Management of Financial Institutions
F-3201 Consumer Behaviour
F-3202 Advertising Management
F-3203 Competitive Marketing
F-3204 International Marketing
F-3205 Sales and Distribution Management
F-3206 Business Marketing
F-3207 Sales Promotion Management
F-3208 Marketing of Services
F-3209 Marketing for Non-profit Organizations
F-3210 Management of Public Distribution System
F-3211 Brand Management
F-3301 Management of Industrial Relations
F-3302 Comparative Industrial Relations
F-3303 Manpower Development for Technological change
F-3304 Compensations Management
F-3305 Labour Laws
F-3306 Management Training and Development
F-3307 Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes
F-3308 Organizational Change and Intervention Strategies
F-3309 Counselling Skills for Managers
F-3310 Human Resource Development: Strategies and Systems
F-3311 Human Resource Planning and Development
F-3312 Cross Cultural and Global Management
F-3401 Materials Management
F-3402 Total Quality Management
F-3403 Production Planning and Control
F-3404 Operations Research
F-3405 Logistics Management
F-3406 Goal Programming in Management
F-3407 Transportation Management
F-3408 Service Operations Management
F-3501 Government Business Interface
F-3502 Competitive Strategy
F-3503 Public Enterprise Management
F-3504 Entrepreneurial Development and New Enterprise Management
F-3505 Small Business Environment and Management
F-3601 Management Support System
F-3602 Business Process Re-engineering
F-3603 System Analysis and Design
F-3604 Strategic Management of Information Technology
F-3605 Data Base Management
F-3606 Telecommunications for Business
Medium of Instruction
English shall be the medium of instruction and examination.
(i) Each paper will carry 100 marks of which 30 marks are for internal assessment
and remaining 70 marks for written examination to be held at the end of each
semester. The duration of written examination for each paper shall be three hours.
(ii) The internal assessment marks shall be based on factors such as:
· Participation in seminars, case discussions and group work activities
· Class tests, quizzes, individual and group oral presentations
· Submission of written assignments, term papers and viva-voce
· Class-room attendance
The weightage given to each of these factors shall be decided and announced at the
beginning of the semester by individual faculty member responsible for the paper.
(iii) The scheme of evaluation of project studies shall be as follows:
(a) For Paper F-301, a project report based on the summer training will have
to be submitted within three weeks from the commencement of third
(b) Paper F-404, final project study shall commence from third semester and
the report should be submitted towards the end of fourth semester.
(c) The written part for each of the project studies shall account for 70 marks
and the viva-voce to be conducted by a duly constituted examination
board for 30 marks.
Promotion and Span Period
(I) The Span period of the programme is four year from the date of registration in
the programme.
(II) The minimum marks for passing the examination for each semester shall be
45% in each paper and 50% in aggregate for all the courses of the semester.
(III) To the eligible for promotion to the second year of the programme, a student
must clear successfully at least 12 papers out of the 16 papers offered during
first year of the programme.
(IV) The degree shall be awarded to successful students on the basis of the combined
results of first year and second year examinations as follows:
-Securing 60% and above : Ist Division
-All other : IInd Divison
(V) A student to the eligible for award of degree has to clear all papers offered
during two-year programme within the span period.
A candidate who has secured minimum marks to pass in each paper but has not secured
the minimum marks required to pass in aggregate for the semester concerned may take
re-examination in not more than two papers to obtain the aggregate percentage required
to pass the semester.
A regular student will be allowed to re-appear in any paper in any semester. However, the
total number of attempts for a paper shall not exceed four during the span period of the
programme. As regards the ex-students, they will be allowed to re-appear in papers only
in the April/May semester examination subject to total number of attempts for a paper not
exceeding four during the span period of the programme.
No candidate shall be considered to have pursued a regular course of study unless he/ she
is certified by the Dean of the Faculty to have attended the three- fourths of the total
number of class room sessions conducted in each semester during his/her course of study.
Any student not complying with this requirement will not be allowed to appear in the
semester examination. However, the Dean may condone the required percentage of
attendance by not more than 10 percent during a semester.
A student not allowed to appear in the preceding semester examination due to shortage of
attendance, may appear in the papers of the preceding semester alongwith the papers of
the current semester after making up the attendance shortfall. Remedial classes, however,
will not be arranged by the Faculty for the purpose.
Two-Year Full Time Programme
Title of Courses
Semester – I
CC-101 Organisational Behaviour
CC-102 Quantitative Methods
CC-103 Managerial Economics
CC-104 Accounting for Managers
CC-105 Fundamentals of Marketing Management
CC-106 Information Technology Management
CS-107 Global Environment of Service Sector
CW-108 Interpersonal Dynamics and Team Building
Semester – II
CC-201 Human Resource Management
CC-202 Service Operations Management
CC-203 Management Science
CC-204 Financial Management
CC-205 Research Methodology
CC-206 Management of Information System
CS-207 Marketing of Services
CW-208 Business Communication
Summer Training
During Second Year, in addition to Core Courses, a student has to choose five courses in
the third semester and five courses in the fourth semester form the list of specialisation
courses announced at the beginning of each semester. These elective courses are of 2
categories: Functional Elective (FE) and Sectoral Elective (SE). In each semester a
student has to opt at least one course from both the Elective categories.
Semester –III
CC-301 Summer Training Project
CC-302 Strategic Management
CS-303 Emerging Service Sectors
CW-304 Creativity & Entrepreneurship
(Plus 5 Optional Courses)
Semester – IV
CC-401 Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
CS-402 Global/Regional/Country study of Services
CW-403 Leadership & Management of Change
(Plus 5 Optional Courses)
Optional Courses: Functional Electives (FE)
Functional Specialisation: Finance
FE-3101 Financial Decisions Analysis
FE-3102 International Financial Management
FE-3103 Management Control System
FE-3104 Corporate Taxation
FE-3105 Project Planning, Analysis and Management
FE-3106 Working Capital Management
FE-3107 Foreign Exchange Management
FE-3108 International Financial Markets
FE-3109 International Accounting
Functional Specialisation: Marketing
FE-3201 Consumer Behavior
FE-3202 Advertising Management
FE-3203 Marketing Research
FE-3204 Strategic Marketing
FE-3205 Distribution Management
FE-3206 Business Marketing
FE-3207 Brand Management
FE-3208 Relationship Marketing
FE-3209 Direct & Network Marketing
FE-3210 Sales Promotion Management
FE-3211 Retail Marketing
FE-3212 Sales Force Management
Functional Specialisation: OB & HRD
FE-3301 Management of Industrial Relations
FE-3302 Human Resource Planning & Acquisition Strategies
FE-3303 Technological Change & Human Resource Management
FE-3304 Performance Management: Systems and Strategies
FE-3305 Cross-cultural Management
FE-3306 Counselling Skills for Managers
FE-3307 Labour Laws
FE-3308 Managing Diversity
FE-3309 Personal Power and Leadership through Asian Values
FE-3310 Compensation Management
Functional Specialisation: Operations Management
FE-3401 Total Quality Service
FE-3402 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
FE-3403 Environment and Safety Management
FE-3404 Operations Strategy
Optional Course: Sector Electives (SE)
Sector Specialisation: Financial Services
SE-4101 Security Analysis and Investment Management
SE-4102 Portfolio Management
SE-4103 Financial Derivatives
SE-4104 Risk Management & Insurance
SE-4105 Treasury Management
SE-4106 e-Banking
SE-4107 Management of Financial Services
SE-4108 Management of Financial Institutions
Sector Specialisation: Healthcare Services
SE-4201 Health Systems Management
SE-4202 Health Management Information Systems
SE-4203 Corporate Health Services and Health Insurance
SE-4204 Marketing of Health Services
SE-4205 Purchasing and Materials Management for Hospitals
SE-4206 Quality Management in Healthcare Services
SE-4207 Environmental Health Management & Safety Planning
SE-4208 Health Economics
Sector Specialisation: Information Technology Enabled Services
SE-4301 Managing E-Business
SE-4302 Business Process Re-engineering
SE-4303 System Analysis and Design
SE-4304 Knowledge Management
SE-4305 Strategic Management of Information Technology
SE-4306 Database Management Systems
SE-4307 Enterprise Resource Planning
SE-4308 Managing IT Enabled Services
Sector Specialisation: Hospitality and Transportations Services
SE-4401 Tourism Marketing
SE-4402 Transportation Management
SE-4403 Hospitality Marketing
SE-4404 Hospitality Operations Management
SE-4405 Quality in Hospitality Services
SE-4406 Civil Aviation Management
SE-4407 Airport Management
Sector Specialisation: Public Services
SE-4501 Social Marketing
SE-4502 Management of Public Distribution System
SE-4503 Development Administration
SE-4504 Planning and Management of Education System
SE-4505 Management of Co-operatives
SE-4506 Technology Finance
SE-4507 R & D Management
SE-4508 Infrastructure Financing
SE-4509 Energy Management
SE-4510 Management of Telecommunication Systems
SE-4511 Management of NGOs
DELHI – 110007
Three Year Part Time Programme
Programme Structure
The MBA (Part-Time) Course is divided in three Parts, Part-I, in the First Year, Part-II in
the Second Year and Part-III in the Third Year. Each Part will consist of two Semesters
to be known as Semester I and Semester II.
Part –I
Part I shall be composed of two semesters viz., Part-I: Semester I and Part-I: Semester II.
The schedule of papers prescribed for MBA (Part-Time) Part-I, Semesters I & II
examinations shall be as follows:
Part-I : Semester I
Paper 101- Organisational Behaviour and Management Process
Paper 102- Quantitative Methods
Paper 103- Managerial Economics
Paper 104- Financial and Management Accounting
Paper 105- Business Communication
Part-I : Semester II
Paper 105- Marketing Management
Paper 106- Human Resource Management
Paper 108- Computers in Management
Paper 204- Financial Management
Paper 205- Operations Management
Part –II
Admission to Part-II MBA (Part-Time) Course shall be open to those who have
successfully cleared at least eight papers out of the papers offered for the MBA (Part-
Time) I year Course comprising of I and II Semester taken together. However, he/she will
have to clear the remaining papers while studying in MBA (Part-Time) II year.
Part –II MBA (Part-Time) Course would be composed of two semesters viz.
Part-II: Semester I and Part-II: Semester II.
The schedule of papers prescribed for MBA (Part-Time) Part-II : Semester I and
II examinations shall be as follows:
Part-II: Semester I
Paper 202- Management Science
Paper 203- Economics Environment of Business
Paper 206- Management of Information Systems
Paper 207- Marketing Research
Paper 301- Business Policy & Strategic Analysis
Part-II: Semester II
The MBA (Part-Time) Part-II : Semester II in addition to one compulsory paper, shall
include optional papers offered during Part-II : Semester II and Part –III : Semester I,
from which a student shall have to choose seven subjects, four of these seven optional
papers shall have to be offered during the Part-II : Semester II and the remaining three
optional papers shall have to be offered during Part-III : Semester I. The optional papers
are listed after the Semester scheme for Part-III : Semester I. The Faculty in the
beginning of the Semesters will announce the optional papers which will be open during
Part – II : Semester II and Part –III : Semester I.
Paper 201-Organisational Effectiveness and Change (Compulsory Paper)
Optional Papers – 4
Part III
Admission to Part –III MBA (Part-Time) Course shall be open to those who have
successfully cleared all the papers of Part-I MBA (Part-Time) and at least eight papers
offered for the MBA (Part-Time) Part-II Course comprising of Semester I and Semester
II taken together. However, she/he will have to clear the remaining papers of MBA (Part-
Time) Part-II while studying in MBA (Part-Time) Part-III.
MBA (Part-Time) Part-III would be composed of two Semesters viz., Part-III : Semester
I and Part-III : Semester II. The schedule of papers prescribed for MBA (Part-Time) Part-
III : Semesters I & II examinations shall be as follows :
Part-III : Semester I
Paper 401-Corporate Evolution & Strategic Management (Compulsory Paper)
Optional Paper –3
The student shall be required to offer further 3 optional papers subject to conditions
defined in Part-II : Semester II.
The Optional Paper during Part –II : Semester II and Part –III : Semester I are as follows:
List of optional papers
Paper 3101- Financial Decision Analysis
Paper 3102- Security Analysis and Investment Management
Paper 3103- Portfolio Management
Paper 3104- International Financial Management
Paper 3105- Management of Financial Institutions
Paper 3106- Management of Project Financial Services
Paper 3107- Management Control Systems
Paper 3108- International Accounting
Paper 3109- Corporate Tax Planning
Paper 3201- Consumer Behavior
Paper 3202- Advertising Management
Paper 3203- Competitive Marketing
Paper 3204- International Marketing
Paper 3205- Sales Force Management
Paper 3206- Industrial Marketing
Paper 3207- Sales Promotion Management
Paper 3208- Marketing of Services
Paper 3209- Marketing for Non-profit Organisations
Paper 3210- Management of Public Distribution System
Paper 3301- Management of Industrial Relations
Paper 3302- Comparative Industrial Relations
Paper 3303- Manpower Development for Technological change
Paper 3304- Compensation Management
Paper 3305- Labour Laws
Paper 3306- Management Training, Process and Techniques
Paper 3307- Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes
Paper 3308- Organisational Change and Intervention Strategies
Paper 3309- Counselling Skills for Managers
Paper 3310- Human Resource Development; Strategies and Systems
Paper 3311- Management Development
Paper 3312- Managing Across Cultures
Paper 3401- Materials Management
Paper 3402- Quality, Reliability and Maintainability Management
Paper 3403- Production Planning and Control
Paper 3404- Operations Research
Paper 3405- Transportation Management
Paper 3406- Goal Programming in Management
Paper 3407- Systems Analysis and Design
Paper 3408- Applied Information Technology
Paper 3501- Government Business Interface
Paper 3502- Competitive Strategy
Paper 3503- Public Enterprise Management
Paper 3504- Entrepreneurial Development & New Enterprise Management
Paper 3505- Small Business Environment and Management
Part –III : Semester II
Paper 402- International Business Environment
Paper 403- Business Legislation
Paper 404- Project Study
DELHI – 110007
HCA (P/T) Three Year Programme
1. The Programme
As a pioneer institution in the field of management education for last three decades, the
Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), has recognised the crucial of trained
administrators in delivery of effective health care services in the country. Thus, an
educational programme in Health Care Administration was started in 1970 to impart
knowledge of basic as well as specific aspects if management to the professionals
responsible for management of health care services. Since then, the programme has
attained a high degree of relevance to the management of health services in India. The
programme and the pedagogical techniques are such as to inculcate a sense of
responsibility, develop initiative, analytical ability, effective communication, problem
identification and search for valid solution in different situations arising in health services
organisations. The specific objectives of this programme are:
(i) to provide management education to the medical professionals and alike working
in the field of health services administration.
(ii) to equip executives concerned with health administration with upto-date
knowledge about management and to develop relevant skills and attitudes; and
(iii) to prepare them to apply different modern management techniques in managing
health care services in the country.
2. Framework of the Programme
Master Programme in Health Care Administration is a Part-Time Course for three years.
In the First Year, comprising of two semesters, the basic subjects in management
sciences related to health institutions such as Management Concepts, Organisation
Behaviour, Health Economics, Health Statistics, History of Health Care Administration,
Management of Human Resources, Management Information System etc. are studied in
detail. The second Year, again comprising of two semesters, covers areas such as Health
Accounting and Finance, Health Insurance, Health Laws, Hospital Planning,
Organisation and Control, Management Research in Health Care etc. During the Third
Year, the emphasis is on the applied aspects of management in the field of Organisation
Development, Community Health, National Health Plans, Comparative Health Care etc.
Besides, a Project Work is allotted to each student as he/she enteres the third year, which
has to be submitted to the University before the final examination of third year.
At the end of the three years programme, the University of Delhi awards MBA (HCA)
degree to the successful participants.
3. Admission Requirements
(a) Every candidate seeking admission to the course shall have passed a Bachelor’s
Degree Examination in Medicine of the University of Delhi or an examination
recognised as equivalent thereto.
(b) He/She should have at least five years experience in Hospital Administration after
acquiring the Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine. He/She Should also be sponsored
by his/her employer.
(c) Only those candidates who satisfy the above mentioned conditions will be called
for interview.
4. Reserved Seats
(a) 22.5% seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes Candidates.
(b) 5% seats are reserved for the Window, Children of the Officers and men of the
Armed Forces including Para-Military Personal Killed or disabled in Action in
Wars. They should attach a copy of entitlement card’ issued by the Record Officer
of the Unit/ Regiment.
Note: 5% concession of marks is allowed to the above categories of candidates for the
purposes of determining their eligibility.
5. Admission Process.
The Admission to this programme will be carried out on the basis of an interview by the
basis of an interview by the Selection Committee duly constituted by the Dean. The
decision of the Selection Committee shall be final.
6. Time Duration for Completing the Programme
The Candidate shall have to complete the MBA (HCA) Programme in a period not later
than five years.
7. Schedule of Papers
Part I (First Year)
The Scheduled of Papers prescribed for MBA (Part-Time) Health Care Administration,
Part I Examination shall be as follows:
Semester –I
Paper H-101 Management Concepts and Organization
Paper H-102 Demography and Bio-Statistics
Paper H-103 Health Economics
Paper H-104 History of Health Care Administration
Semester – II
Paper H-105 Health Accounting and Finance
Paper H-106 Human Resource Management
Paper H-107 Marketing in Health Care
Paper H-108 Computer and Management Information System*
Note: There will be an examination at the end of each semester in the subject taught in
the semester concerned.
Part II (Second Year)
The MBA (Part-Time) Health Care Administration Part-II course shall be composed of
two semesters. The schedule of papers prescribed shall be as follows;
Semester – I
Paper H-201 Health Laws and Industrial Relations
Paper H-202 Operations Research in Health Care
Paper H-203 Production and Materials Management
Paper H-204 Hospital Planning
Semester – II
Paper H-205 Health and Society
Paper H-206 Hospital Organisation and Control-I
Paper H-207 Management Research in Health Care
Paper H-208 Medical Staff Organisation
Note: There will be an examination at the end of each Semester in the subject taught in
the semester concerned.
Part III (Third Year)
MBA (Part-Time) Health Care Administration, Part III Course shall be composed of two
semesters. The Schedule of papers prescribed shall be as follows:
Semester – I
Paper H-301 Organisation Development
Paper H-302 Epidemiology and Community Health
Paper H-303 National Health Plans
Paper H-304 Hospital Organisation and Control –II
Paper H-305 Comparative Health Administration
Semester –II
Paper H-306 Strategic Management in Health Care System
Paper H-307 Project Work*
Note: There will be an examination at the end of each Semester in the subject taught in
the semester concerned.


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