MBA Program

The basic objectives of an M.B.A. course are:

  • To provide the country a steady stream of competent young men and women with necessary knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to occupy positions of management and administration in business, industry, public system and the government.
  • To impart the students latest and relevant knowledge from the field of management theory and practice.
  • To provide opportunities to the students for developing necessary managerial skills.
  • To impart/ develop the right kind of values and attitude to function effectively in Managerial/ administrative positions.

In the second semester, a student shall select a special subject, from the following Functional areas:-

  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Computer Management
  • Production and Materials Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Supply Chain Management

Admission Procedure

The MBA program of Indira Institute of Management Pune IIMP is affiliated to University of Pune. The admissions to same are done as per rules & regulations framed by the Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai (DTE), time to time .The details of various dates (schedules) are published by them in their information brochure as well as available on their website Interested candidates must regularly visit the DTE website for eligibility, procedure & participation in the Common Admission Process also referred as CAP.

Candidates are advised to, do their registration for the GD/PI online with DTE, submit preferences of Institutes, and get documents verification done at designation ARC centers allotted by DTE.

After the GD/PI and the students’ preferences the DTE will be putting up the merit list. Candidate will get admission to a suitable college as per his/ her merit and the preferences filled. Our Institute is a part of CAP process and candidates desirous to get admission at our institute may give us as their preference. However please note that the allotments (Round Wise) are done by DTE.

Our Institute code is MB6103

After allotment by DTE the candidates must report to the allotted institute within date & time given for that particular round by DTE. The candidate must fill the requisite application form with one attested copy of academic & other supporting documents along with institute’s fees.

Candidate will have to submit ORIGINAL documents at the time of admission before they can be confirmed through DTE ONLINE ADMIISION REPORTING process, the very same day of admission.

These documents will remain in the custody of institute for the verification of same by DTE & University authorities. The verification process takes a few months’ time.

Please ensure a print out of RECEIPT of ONLINE admission from DTE site, within reporting hours of the particular Round. This is a proof of confirmation of admission. Failure to do so will result in seat treated as vacant by DTE & will be passed on to candidates of next round.

For specific queries you may personally visit our Admission Cell in the campus.

MBA Syllabus

Mater of Business Administration
Choice Based Credit System and Grading System 
Common Subjects
Code Subject Name (Semester – I) Code Subject Name (Semester – II)
101 Accounting for Business Decisions 201 Marketing Management
102 Economic Analysis for Business Decisions 202 Financial Management
103 Legal Aspects of Business 203 Human Resources Management
104 Business Research Methods 204 Decision Science
105 Organisational Behaviour 205 Operations & Supply Chain Management
106 Basics of Marketing 206 Management Information Systems
107 Management Fundamentals 208 Statistical Software Lab
108 Business Communication Lab. 210 Life Skills Lab
109 MS Excel and Advanced Excel Lab 211 Geopolitics & the World Economic System
110 Selling & Negotiation Skills Lab 212 Business Systems & Procedures
113 Personality Development  & Business Etiquettes Lab 215 Industry Analysis – Desk Research
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
301 Strategic Management 401 Managing for Sustainability
302 Enterprise Performance Management 402 Dissertation
303 Startup and New Venture Management    
304 Summer Internship Project    
Elective Subjects – Marketing Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 MK Contemporary Marketing Research 403 MK Services Marketing
306 MK Consumer Behaviour 404 MK Sales & Distribution Management
307 MK Integrated Marketing Communications 405 MK Retail Marketing
308 MK Product Management 406 MK Rural Marketing
309 MK Strategic Brand Management 407 MK Service Operations Management
310 MK Personal Selling Lab 408 MK International Marketing
311 MK Qualitative Marketing Research 409 MK Export Documentation & Procedures
312 MK Customer Relationship Management 410 MK Marketing Strategy
313 MK Marketing and the Law 411 MK Marketing Decision Models
314 MK Finance for Marketing Professionals 412 MK Marketing of High Technology Products
315 MK Marketing of Financial Services 413 MK E – Marketing
316 MK Tourism Marketing 414 MK Marketing to Emerging Markets & Bottom of the Pyramid
317 MK Agricultural Marketing 415 MK Marketing of Financial Services – II
318 MK Business to Business Marketing 416 MK Cross Cultural Relationship Marketing
Elective Subjects – Financial Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 FIN Financial Regulatory Framework 403 FIN International Finance
306 FIN Merchant Banking & Financial Services 404 FIN Corporate Finance
307 FIN Income Tax – I 405 FIN Income Tax – II
308 FIN Project Finance 406 FIN Infrastructure Finance
309 FIN Strategic Cost Management 407 FIN Behavioral Finance
310 FIN Corporate Financial Reporting 408 FIN Financial Modelling using Excel
311 FIN Corporate Financial Reporting Standards 409 FIN Indirect Taxation
312 FIN Corporate Financial Restructuring 410 FIN Financial Risk Management
313 FIN Equity Research 411 FIN Online Trading of Financial Assets
314 FIN Credit Analysis & Appraisal 412 FIN Banking Operations – II
315 FIN Banking Operations – I 413 FIN Wealth & Portfolio Management
316 FIN Treasury Management 414 FIN Fixed Income Securities
317 FIN Financial Instruments & Derivatives 415 FIN Technical Analysis
318 FIN Financial Statement Analysis 416 FIN Commodity Markets & Derivatives
319 FIN Futures & Options 417 FIN Practice of Life Insurance
320 FIN Back Office Operations 418 FIN Information Systems Audit
321 FIN Principles of Insurance 419 FIN Practice of General Insurance
322 FIN Rural Financial Institutions 420 FIN Financing Rural Development
323 FIN Social Finance for Inclusive Growth – I 421 FIN Social Finance for Inclusive Growth – II
Elective Subjects – Information Technology Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 I T I T Management 403 I T Software Project Management
306 I T E – Business 404 I T Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
307 I T Software Engineering 405 I T Web Designing & Multimedia
308 I T Mobile Computing with Android 406 I T Network Technologies & Security
309 I T RDBMS with Oracle 407 I T Data Base Administration
310 I T Software Quality Assurance 408 I T Software Testing
311 I T E – Learning 409 I T information Security & Audit
312 I T Software Marketing 410 I T Data Warehousing & Data Mining
313 I T Business Intelligence & Analysis 411 I T Geographical Information Systems
314 I T Cyber Laws 412 I T E – Governance
315 I T IT for Retailing 413 I T Internet Marketing
316 I T Technical Writing 414 I T Microsoft Office 2010 Lab
Elective Subjects –  Operations Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 OPE Planning & Control of Operations 403 OPE Operations Strategy
306 OPE Inventory Management 404 OPE Total Quality Management
307 OPE Productivity Management 405 OPE Quality Management Standards
308 OPE Maintenance Management 406 OPE World Class Manufacturing
309 OPE Facilities Planning 407 OPE Business Process Re-Engineering
310 OPE Manufacturing Resource Planning 408 OPE Enterprise Resource Planning
311 OPE Technology Management 409 OPE Financial Perspectives in Operations Management
312 OPE Six Sigma 410 OPE Service Operations Management
313 OPE Designing Operations Systems 411 OPE Modelling Techniques for Operations
314 OPE Toyota Production Systems 412 OPE Business Process Management
315 OPE Project Management 413 OPE Challenges and Opportunities in Operations Management
316 OPE Theory of Constraints 414 OPE Lean Manufacturing
Elective Subjects –  Human Resources Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 HR Labour Laws 403 HR Industrial Relations
306 HR Performance Management 404 HR Strategic Human Resource Management
307 HR Employee Health & Safety 405 HR Organisational Design & Development
308 HR Employee Welfare 406 HR Global HR
309 HR HR Audit 407 HR Employee Reward Management
310 HR Human Resource Information System 408 HR Change Management
311 HR Outsourcing of HR 409 HR Conflict & Negotiation Management
312 HR Public Relations & Corporate Communication 410 HR Lab in CSR
313 HR Quality Management System 411 HR Lab in Industrial Relations
314 HR Lab in Recruitment & Selection 412 HR Lab in Legal Compliances
315 HR Lab in Job Design & Analysis 413 HR Lab in Mentoring & Coaching
316 HR Lab in Training 414 HR Best Practices in HR
317 HR Lab in Labour Laws – I 415 HR Designing HR Policies
    416 HR Competency Mapping
Elective Subjects – International Business Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 I B International Business Economics 403 I B International Business Environment
306 I B Export Document & Procedures 404 I B Indian Economy & Trade Dependencies
307 I B International Management 405 I B Environment & Global Competativeness
308 I B International Marketing 406 I B Marketing to Emerging Markets & Bottom of the Pyramid
309 I B International Marketing Research 407 I B Cross Culture Relationship Marketing
310 I B International  Financial Management 408 I B Foreign Exchange Management
311 I B Global IT Management 409 I B E – Commerce
312 I B Global Logistics & Supply Chains 410 I B Enterprise Resource Planning
313 I B Designing Organisations for Uncertain Environment 411 I B Global HR
314 I B Legal Dimensions of International Business 412 I B WTO & Intellectual Property Rights
315 I B Global Strategic Management 413 I B Global Competitiveness & Strategic Alliances
316 I B International Relations & Management 414 I B International Diversity Management
317 I B Foreign Language for International Business – I 415 I B Foreign Language for International Business – II
Elective Subjects – Supply Chain Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 SCM Essentials of Supply Chain Management 403 SCM Strategic Supply Chain Management
306 SCM Logistics Management 404 SCM Knowledge Management & Supply Chains
307 SCM Managing Material Flowing Supply Chains 405 SCM Grain Logistics & Supply Chains
308 SCM Inventory Management 406 SCM Enterprise Resource Planning
309 SCM Purchasing & Supplier Relationship Management – I 407 SCM Purchasing & Supplier Relationship Management – II
310 SCM Six Sigma 408 SCM Supply Chain Risk Management
311 SCM Supply Chain Planning 409 SCM Project Management
312 SCM Supply Chain Coordination 410 SCM Supply Chain Performance Measurement
313 SCM Decision Modelling for Supply Chains 411 SCM Supply Chain Management – Financial Perspectives
314 SCM Theory of Constraints 412 SCM Global Logistics
315 SCM Supply Chain Practices – I 413 SCM Supply Chain Practices – II
Elective Subjects –  Rural & Agribusiness Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 RABM Agriculture & Indian Economy 403 RABM Rural Credit & Finance
306 RABM Rural Marketing I 404 RABM Rural Marketing II
307 RABM Rural Development – I 405 RABM Rural Development – II
308 RABM Special Areas in Rural Marketing 406 RABM Special Areas in Agro Produce Management
309 RABM Commodity Markets – I 407 RABM Commodity Markets – II
310 RABM Agricultural Marketing & Price Analysis – I 408 RABM Agricultural Marketing & Price Analysis – II
311 RABM Macro Finance 409 RABM Agricultural Finance & Project Management
312 RABM Agricultural Marketing & Price Analysis – I 410 RABM Management of Agricultural Input Marketing
313 RABM Rural Research Methods 411 RABM Intellectual Property Management
314 RABM Rural Banking 412 RABM Food Retail Management
315 RABM Agri Supply Chain Management 413 RABM Agri – Entrepreneurship
316 RABM ICT for Agricultural Management 414 RABM Management of Agri Business Cooperatives
317 RABM Tourism Marketing – I 415 RABM Tourism Marketing – II
318 RABM Millennium Development Goals 416 RABM Agriculture & WTO
Elective Subjects – Family Business Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 FBM Essentials of Family Business Management – I 403 FBM Essentials of Family Business Management – II
306 FBM Managing Innovation – I 404 FBM Managing Innovation – II
307 FBM Business Plan 405 FBM Creativity and Change in Organisations
308 FBM Private Equity 406 FBM Accounting for Small Business
309 FBM Franchising 407 FBM Management of Intellectual Property Rights
310 FBM Social Entrepreneurship 408 FBM Managing, Growing & Exiting the New Venture
311 FBM Intrapreneurship 409 FBM Project Management
312 FBM Trends in Entrepreneurship 410 FBM Environment & Laws
313 FBM Small Scale Industries Management 411 FBM Information, Disaster & Health Management
314 FBM Entrepreneurial Case Study 412 FBM Business Incubation
Elective Subjects – Technology Management
Code Subject Name (Semester – III) Code Subject Name (Semester – IV)
305 TM Fundamentals of Technology Management 403 TM Technology Competition & Strategy
306 TM Managing Innovation  – I 404 TM Managing Innovation – II
307 TM Technology Forecasting 405 TM Innovation, Product Development & Commercialization
308 TM Strategies for Information Goods & Network Economies – I 406 TM Strategies for Information Goods & Network Economies – II
309 TM Advanced Manufacturing Technology 407 TM Technology Use & Assessment
310 TM Product Strategies for High Technology Companies – I 408 TM Product Strategies for High Technology Companies – II
311 TM Foundations of Knowledge Management 409 TM Systems & Technologies for Knowledge Management
312 TM Business Intelligence & Analytics 410 TM Strategic Management of Intellectual Property Rights
313 TM Designing Organisations for Uncertain Environment 411 TM Change, Creativity & Innovation
314 TM Technology Transfer & Commercialization 412 TM Seminar on Managing Emerging Technologies
315 TM Digital Marketing 413 TM Marketing of High Technology Products

The Final fees as per Fees Regulating Authority, Mumbai for Academic Year 2018-19 is as follows:

Category  Tuition Fees Development Fees Total Fees
Open  1,79,373 /- 20,627/- 2,00,000/-
OBC (50% Concession)  89,686 /- 20,627 /- 1,10,313 /-
ST, NT/VJ, SBC (100% Concession)  0 20,627 /- 20,627 /-
SC  0 0 0


Above fee structure for the given academic year shall continue till completion of entire course.

Fees will be accepted only in the form of D.D.  / Payable At Par Cheque in favour of Indira Institute of Management Pune MBA.

Candidates who take admission through CAP Rounds under Open, OBC, NT, VJ & SBC category should pay Rs. 4,000/- less from the total fees. SC & ST category candidates are not eligible for this. 

Shikshan Shulka Samiti Proposal : 2018

Shikshan Shulka Samiti Fee Approval Proposal 2018 – 19

UOP Approval


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