BMS

Dr Moonje Institute Of Management & Computer Studi    07-Jun-2024
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Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 in India aims to reform the education system to make it more holistic, flexible, and multidisciplinary. Here’s a detailed look at the BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies) course according to NEP guidelines, focusing on eligibility, duration, and other key aspects.

Eligibility Criteria

· Educational Qualification: Generally, students who have completed their 10+2 (higher secondary education) in any stream (Science, Commerce, or Arts) from a recognized educational board are eligible.

· Maharashtra Common Entrance Test(MH-CET)

Duration

· Flexible Duration: Under NEP, the BMS course can range from three to four years, offering multiple exit options:

Certificate: Exit after 1 year (completion of 2 semesters).

Diploma: Exit after 2 years (completion of 4 semesters).

Degree: Completion of 3 years (completion of 6 semesters).

Honors Degree: Completion of 4 years (completion of 8 semesters) with an additional focus on research or a major project.

Course Structure and Curriculum

     Core Subjects:

            Specializations:

Electives and Minors:

The program includes elective courses that allow students to tailor their education to their interests and career goals. Electives can cover topics like digital marketing, entrepreneurship, supply chain management, etc.

 Practical Training:

Internships: Many BMS programs include mandatory internships to provide hands-on industry experience.

Projects and Case Studies: Application of theoretical knowledge to real-world business problems.

Workshops and Seminars: Opportunities to engage with industry professionals and stay updated on current trends.

 Assessment and Evaluation

· Continuous Assessment: As per NEP

· End-Semester Exams

·Practical Performance: Evaluation based on internships, practical projects, and participation in workshops.

 Career Prospects

· Job Roles: Management Trainee, Marketing Executive, Financial Analyst, Human Resource Manager, Business Consultant, Operations Manager, Sales Manager, Entrepreneur, and more.

· Industries: Banking, Finance, IT, FMCG, Retail, Consulting, Manufacturing, and more.

 Further Education

· Master’s Degrees: Many BMS graduates pursue further studies such as a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or specialized master’s degrees in fields like finance, marketing, human resources, and international business.

· Professional Certifications: Certifications such as CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst), PMP (Project Management Professional), and others can enhance specific skills and career prospects.