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Course Features

  • Approval AICTE
  • Affiliation University of Mumbai
  • Recognition DTE
  • Duration 2 years
  • Intake 120
  • Fees Approx INR 2 Lakhs

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Rizvi Institute of Management Studies and Research offers the two-year full time post-graduate course, Master of Management Studies, affiliated to University of Mumbai and approved by AICTE. The eligibility conditions and the admission process is enumerated below:

Approval All India Council for Technical Education
Affiliation University of Mumbai
Recognition Directorate of Technical Education
Duration 2 Years Full Time course
Eligibility
  • Graduated with minimum 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of backward class candidates from Maharashtra state only) in any Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline OR appeared for the final year examination of any Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 years duration in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.
    AND
  • Appeared for the Common Entrance Test (MAH-MBA/MMS-CET), conducted by competent authority OR appeared for any other examination like CAT, MAT, ATMA as mandated by the competent authority.
Intake 120 (with 50% reservation for candidates belonging to the Muslim Community)
Specializations Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology and Operations.
Admission Procedure The total intake seats for the course are divided into three categories:
  • Seats allocated to general category students (Intake - 35).
  • Seats reserved for students belonging to Muslim community (Intake - 61).
  • Seats allocated for Institute level (Intake - 24).

The admission process for the aforesaid seats are as below:
  • For the seats belonging to the general category, the admissions shall be done through the CAP rounds as conducted and governed by DTE.
  • For the seats reserved for students belonging to the Muslim community, the admissions shall be done through the CAP rounds as conducted and governed by DTE.
  • For the Institute level seats the admission shall be granted by the Institute basis the inter-se merit list of the CET scores conducted by the competent authority.
  • All seats left vacant through CAP rounds or cancellations shall be filled by the institute basis the inter-se merit list of the CET scores and the norms prescribed by DTE.
Fee Structure The fees charged by the Institute is as declared by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti.
Disclaimer
  • All applicants to note that the rules for admission are governed by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State and are subject to revision and changes from time to time.
  • All applicants must thus be well informed about the rules governing the admission for the specific academic year as published through all government notifications, advertisements, DTE brochure and DTE website.
  • All applicants are requested to go through the information brochure of MAH-MBA/CET (of the pertinent academic year) provided by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai for detailed information on the CET exam, eligibility criteria, the CAP round and other relevant details for the admission process.

Applicants must note the following details pertaining to eligibility criteria, documentation and admission process basis the seat type. These guidelines are as prescribed by competent authorities and the adherance to the same is mandatory.

Seat Type Eligibility Criteria Mandatory Documents Admission Process
Minority

Intake: 61

  • Graduate from any discipline with minimum 50%.
  • Appeared CET for the relevant academic year and fulfills all norms as per DTE mandate.
  • Is a Muslim
  • Is Domiciled in the State of Maharashtra
  • Completed Graduation, HSC and SSC from Maharashtra
  • Marksheets & Certificates of Graduation, HSC & SSC
  • Birth Certificate
  • School Leaving Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Original CET Score Card
  • Affidavit stating Gap
  • Affidavit stating Religion
  • Relavent documents of specific reservation that the applicant belongs to, incase the applicant seeks admission through a reserved category seat (SC/ST/OBC etc.)
  • Documents as prescribed by DTE for CAP rounds
  • By DTE through CAP rounds
  • Vacant / Cancelled seats shall be filled by Institue as per the inter-se merit list on the basis of CET Score
  • Applicants must apply online through the link on the website
DTE

Intake: 35

  • Graduate from any discipline with minimum 50%.
  • Appeared CET for the relevant academic year and fulfills all norms as per DTE mandate.
  • Marksheets & Certificates of Graduation, HSC & SSC
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Original CET Score Card
  • Affidavit stating Gap
  • Relavent documents of specific reservation that the applicant belongs to, incase the applicant seeks admission through a reserved category seat (SC/ST/OBC etc.)
  • Documents as prescribed by DTE for CAP rounds
  • By DTE through CAP rounds
  • Vacant / Cancelled seats shall be filled by Institue as per the inter-se merit list on the basis of CET Score
  • Applicants must apply online through the link on the website
Institute Level

Intake: 24

  • Graduate from any discipline with minimum 50%.
  • Appeared CET for the relevant academic year and fulfills all norms as per DTE mandate.
  • Marksheets & Certificates of Graduation, HSC & SSC
  • Original CET Score Card
  • Affidavit stating Gap
  • By the Institute as per the inter-se merit list on the basis of the CET Score
  • Applicants must apply online through the link on the website

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Master of Management Studies is a Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Course. The two years comprise of four semesters. The Institute besides adhering to the University norms of the prescribed cucrriculum also offers a plethora of additional papers and certificate courses. These additional subjects are contemporary and designed keeping in mind the industry requirements.

Sr. No. Subject Type
1 Perspectives of Management Core
2 Financial Accounting Core
3 Business Statistics Core
4 Operations Management Core
5 Managerial Economics Core
6 Organisational Behaviour Core
7 IT for Management Core
8 Effective and Management Communication Core
9 Marketing Management Additional Course
10 Business Mathematics Additional Course
11 MS-Office (Word & Powerpoint) Additional Course
12 MS-Office 1 (Excel) Additional Course
13 Current Affairs Additional Course
14 Case and Sectoral Analysis Additional Course
Sr. No. Subject Type
1 Cost & Management Accounting Core
2 Financial Management Core
3 Operations Research Core
4 Human Resources Management Core
5 Marketing Management 1 Core
6 Business Research Methods Core
7 Management Information System Core
8 Analysis of Financial Statements Core
9 MS-Office 2 (Excel) Additional Course
10 Global Affairs Additional Course
11 Macro Economics Additional Course
12 Management Competencies Additional Course
13 Aptitude Testing Additional Course
14 Case Study Analysis Additional Course
15 Management Competencies 2 Additional Course
16 Current Affairs Additional Course
Marketing
1 Strategic Management Core
2 International Business Core
3 Product and Brand Management Core
4 Sales Management Core
5 Consumer Behaviour Core
6 Services Marketing Core
7 Marketing Strategy Core
8 Digital Marketing Core
9 Marketing Research & Analytics Core Certificate Course
10 Media Marketing Core Certificate Course
11 Financial Aspects of Marketing Core Certificate Course
12 Distribution and SCM Optional Certificate Course
13 Retail Management Optional Certificate Course
14 Media Management Optional Certificate Course
15 Marketing for BFSI Optional Certificate Course
16 Event (Sports / Tourism) Marketing Optional Certificate Course
17 Customer Relationship Management Special Workshop
18 Customer Experience Management Special Workshop
19 Content Marketing Special Workshop
20 Documentation for Marketing Managers Special Workshop
21 R / Python - Languages Special Workshop
Finance
1 Strategic Management Core
2 International Business Core
3 Financial Markets and Institutions Core
4 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Core
5 Financial Regulations (AFM) Core
6 Corporate Valuation Mergers & Acquitisitions Core
7 Derivatives and Risk Management Core
8 Wealth Management Core
9 Strategic Cost Management Core Certificate Course
10 Business Analytics Core Certificate Course
11 Money and Banking (Retail) Core Certificate Course
12 Investments (incl. Behaviour Finance) Core Certificate Course
13 Fixed Income Securities Core Certificate Course
14 Financial Journalism Special Workshop
15 Commodities Operations Special Workshop
16 Currency Markets (Foreign Exchange) Special Workshop
17 Technical Analysis Special Workshop
18 Capital Market Operations Special Workshop
19 Infrastructure & Project Finance Special Workshop
20 Islamic Banking and Finance Special Workshop
21 R / Python - Languages Special Workshop
Human Resources
1 Strategic Management Core
2 International Business Core
3 Training and Development Core
4 Compensation and Benefits Core
5 Competency Based HRM Core
6 Labour Laws and Implications on Industrial Relations Core
7 HR Planning and Application of Technology in HR Core
8 Organisational Structues, Theories and Design Core
9 Talent Acquisition & Management Core Certificate Course
10 Behavioural Dynamics Core Certificate Course
11 HR Competencies 1 Core Certificate Course
12 HR Competencies 2 Core Certificate Course
13 HR Analytics Core Certificate Course
Operations
1 Strategic Management Core
2 International Business Core
3 Supply Chain Management Core
4 Operations Analytics Core
5 Service Operations Management Core
6 Manufacturing Resource Planning and Control Core
7 Materials Management Core
8 Industrial Engineering Applications and Management Core
9 World Class Manufacturing Core Certificate Course
10 Technology Management and Manufacturing Strategy Core Certificate Course
11 Strategic Operations Management Core Certificate Course
12 Strategic Cost Management Core Certificate Course
13 Blockchain Technology Special Workshop
14 Machine Learning Special Workshop
15 Artificial Intelligence Special Workshop
16 Theory of Constraints Special Workshop
17 Simulation Modeling Special Workshop
18 Six Sigma Special Workshop
19 R / Python - Languages Special Workshop
Information Technology
1 Strategic Management Core
2 International Business Core
3 Software Engineering Core
4 Big Data & Analytics Core
5 Knowledge Management Core
6 Database Management Systems & DW Core
7 Information Systems Security and Audit Core
8 Enterprise Management System Core
9 Cloud Computing and Virtualisation Core Certificate Course
10 Cyber Security Core Certificate Course
11 Software Contracts Core Certificate Course
12 Data Mining and Business Intelligence Core Certificate Course
13 Machine Learning Special Workshop
14 Blockchain Technology Special Workshop
15 Artificial Intelligence Special Workshop
16 Robotic Process Automation Special Workshop
17 Natural Language Processing Special Workshop
18 R / Python - Languages Special Workshop
Sr. No. Subject Type
Common
1 Project Management Core
Marketing
1 Integrated Marketing Communication Core
Finance
1 Business Analytics Core
Human Resources
1 OD & Change Management Core
Operations
1 Operations Applications & Cases Core
Information Technology
1 Managing Technology Business Core

Academic Calendar for 4 Semesters

July – December (Semester I)
Khush-Aamdeed – The Induction Programme
Sojourn – The Outbound Excursion
Guest Lectures
Alumni Speak
January – April (Semester II)
Telesis – Intra College Management Event
Career Advancement Programme I
Specialisation Workshops
Individual Career Counseling
Resonance – Sports & Cultural Festival
Guest Lectures
Alumni Speak
May – June
Summer Internship
July – November (Semester III)
Career Advancement Programme II
Sojourn – The Outbound Excursion
Seminars & Conferences
1. Saksham – The Annual Marketing Conference
2. Synapse – The Financial Impulse
3. Impressions – The Annual HR Meet
4. Alacrity – The OpSys Event
Guest Lectures
Alumni Speak
December – April (Semester IV)
Executive Placements
Dissertation Project
Special Capability Building Workshops
Dimensions in Research – Annual Research Conference
Guest Lectures
Alumni Speak
Annual Day & Farewell Party

General Rules & Guidelines

  • Formal dress code is mandatory and the students must sport the I-card on campus at all times.
  • Every student needs to adhere to a minimum of 80% attendance in every subject.
  • The examination rules are as governed by the University of Mumbai.
  • The Institute does not tolerate any unruly behaviour, consumption of tobacco and/or alcohol, non academic interventions and any form of indiscipline on campus.
  • The institute follows a strict anti-ragging norm and any student found violating the same shall be expelled from the course.
  • The institute has a Women Grievance Cell and Anti Ragging Cell so as to take care of student interests.

The institute has always believed in holistic development of the student and keeping this in mind it undertakes various initiatives that add to the academic impetus. These initiatives help the student be corporate ready by defining a clear career path.

Career Advancement Program (CAP)

The Career Advancement Program (CAP) is an attempt by the institute to prepare the students for one of the most critical activity of their career namely the Placement Process. CAP aims at preparing students to face the corporate world in the form of interviews; seek clarity in terms of their interest areas; identify their strengths and improvement areas thereby helping them to improve their domain knowledge and build expertise. It also provides an opportunity to the students to get a firsthand experience of the expectations of the corporate from the MBA Graduates.

Any Placement Process across organisation constitutes of three decisive selection criteria:

  • Aptitude Test
  • Group Discussions
  • Personal Interview
    a. Technical / Domain Interview
    b. HR / General Management Interview

The CAP is a simulation exercise conducted in two phases where the students undergo the aforesaid selection criterion. The CAP is conducted first in Semester Two where the students are tested for :

  • General Awareness
  • Managerial Skill Sets
  • Business Skill Sets
  • Business Awareness

The CAP is then repeated again in Semester III which incorporates evaluating the students on

  • Aptitude Test
  • Domain Knowledge
  • Business Awareness

The Aptitude Test is designed by the institute which includes

  • General Knowledge
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Data Interpretation
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Domain Knowledge (Marketing / Finance / HR / Operations / Systems)
  • Business Awareness

The Group Discussions are conducted by the Core Faculties of the institute on contemporary Management and Business issues. The Personal Interviews, each lasting for an approximately 45 minutes per student is conducted by a panel which comprises of representatives from Corporate India. This panel is made up of special corporate invitees associated with the institute in the form of Visiting Faculty, Guest Faculty, Alumnus, Summer Project Guides, Placement Partners and Special Designate Corporate invitees.


Career Counseling

The Specialisation Counseling Program is conducted in Semester II for the first year students of the institute. The aim of the Program is to help prospective MBA Graduates to select their respective specializations in a systematic way by means of

  • Career Advancement Program – I
  • Presentations on areas of specialization by industry experts covering aspects of career options, industry trends and pre-requisites for each area of specialization
  • Personal Counseling sessions to help the students clear their individual doubts and help them select their area of specialisation


Telesis

‘Telesis’ is a two-day event held at the start of Semester II for the first year students of the institute. The event deals with the application of knowledge and thus lead to progress that is intelligently planned and directed, i.e. the attainment of desired ends by the application of intelligent human effort to the means. The base-line of the event intends to provide an opportunity to the students to put their knowledge to use, apply it, and most importantly learn from it. ‘Telesis’ as an event also helps students learn the vital skill of time-management, as all the activities in the event are time bound. It teaches them group dynamics, pushes them to challenge their own limits, and utilize their potential to the fullest. Since the MBA course offers five fields of specialization when the students enter their second year, viz. Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Operations and IT. ‘Telesis’ focused attention on all these five, by incorporating events pertaining to all the five specializations.

Day 1 Day 2
GENERAL MANAGEMENT CASE STUDIES BUSINESS PLANS
RELAUNCH OF FAILED BRANDS KNOWLEDGE QUIZ
DEBATE PRICING BIDDING
HR ROLE PLAYS CAUSE AND EFFECT ANALYSIS
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