IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

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Academic Programs

Total no of Seats available: 60 (Sixty)

Seat Distribution:

General-30

PH-02

OBC-16

SC-08

ST-04

Total-60

Reservations for OBC, SC/ST and PWD will be as per the rules of Government of India

 

Eligibility for admission:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3/4/5) with at least 55% marks in aggregate (However cut off % may vary according to the academic background of the applicant, details of such requirement including specific graduation level eligibility will be available in the Information Brochure) from any A.I.U. recognized University. Valid scores of MAT/ CMAT (Min. 85 Percentile)/ CAT/XAT (Min. 65 percentile).
  • A relaxation of 5% may be extended to the candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC/ PWD category.
  • Students appearing at their final year graduation examination may also apply. However, they have to produce their marks/grade sheet satisfying the academic eligibility requirement latest by 15th September 2016, failing which their admission will stand cancelled.
  • A consistent  academic record.
  • School may specify additional requirement in addition to above these minimum requirement.

 

Admission Procedure:

School of Management Sciences shall carry a three step process to admit students into MBA programme:

Applicants satisfying minimum eligibility criteria will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview. If the numbers of applicants are found reasonably high, school may set an elimination stage after Group Discussion. In all other cases, final selection will be based on academic career and score of prescribed entrance examination, performance in Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

 

Fees Structure :-**

 

First semester fees      Rs. 56,500.00

Second Semester fees  Rs. 51,000.00 

Third Semester fees    Rs. 51,100.00

Fourth Semester fees  Rs. 51,000.00

** Examination fees will be charged separately each semester

 

Course Structure:

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER

  1. Principles and Practices of Management

2. Organizational Behavior

3. Managerial Accounting

4. Managerial Economics

5. Quantitative Methods in Management

6. Computer Applications in Management

 

1. Marketing Management

2. Operations Research

3. Human Resource Management

4. Financial Management

5. Operations Management

6. Indian Business & Legal Environment

 

THIRD SEMESTER

FOURTH SEMESTER (DUAL SPECIALIZATION)

1. Management Information System

2. Logistics and Materials Management

3. National Entrepreneurship Development and International Business Environment

4. Business and Government

SPECIALIZATIONS

FINANCE:

1. Company Accounts and Corporate Taxation and Planning

2. Strategic Financial Management and Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

MARKETING:

1. Global Marketing Management

2. Consumer Behavior and Marketing Research

HRM:

1. Performance, Compensation and Reward management

2. Industrial  Relations and Labor Laws

 

OPERATIONS:

1. Business Process Reengineering

2. Total Quality Management

 

1. Corporate Planning and Strategic Management

2. Business Ethics and Professional Value Specializations

 

SPECIALIZATIONS

FINANCE:

1. Financial Markets, Institutions and Services

2. International Financial Management

 

MARKETING:

1. Advanced Marketing Management

2. Advertising, Sales & Distribution Management.

 

HRM:

1. Advanced Human Resource Management

2. Corporate Human Resource Planning and HRD  audit

 

OPERATIONS:

1. Advanced Production Management

2. Project Management

 

 

Doing a major in a particular discipline, students are required to take up 4 electives in a particular area and for minor, students are required to select two electives from another discipline.

** Revision of the syllabus is in process and new specializations may be added to the course curriculum.

Attendance requirement for appearing in the semester examinations

As per UGC and AICTE norms it is mandatory for students to have 75% attendance to be eligible for appearing at end semester examinations.