Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)

 
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Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) (Prof-in- charge – Shri. P.A.Pachgade)
       BMS is a three-year undergraduate course in management studies. The three years are spread over six semesters i.e. each year has two semesters. All subjects are compulsory in all semesters.
  1. Rules of Admission : Admission will be done on the basis of merit, which will be decided by the marks obtained in H.S.C. examination. Admission will be done as per the rules of the Mumbai University.
  2. Eligibility : "A candidate for being eligible for admission to the B.M.S. degree course shall have passed XIIth Std. Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination or Diploma in any Engineering branches with two years or three or four years duration after the S.S.C. conducted by the Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State or equivalent examination".
  3. Documents Required :
    1. Original copy + 1 photocopy of the mark-sheet of HSC/equivalent examination
    2. Original copy of Leaving Certificate of H.S.C. /equivalent
    3. Two passport sizes photos
    4. Original copy + 1 photocopy of Caste certificate
    5. Original copy + 1 photocopy of Non–creamy layer certificate
    6. Original copy Income Certificate
    7. Other certificates pertaining to the respective category
 
4 . Scheme Of Modules

      F.Y.B.M.S. SEM I

1:1      Foundations of Human Skills
1:2      Introduction to Financial Accounts
1:3      Business Law
1:4      Business Statistics
1:5      Business Communication
1:6      Principles of Management
1:7      Introduction to Computers

Total Marks Per Paper: Theory: 60 Marks + Internals: 40 Marks = 100 Marks
Total 700 Marks (50-60 Lectures Per Subject --- 4 Lectures Per Week
** For 1:7 Introduction To Computers Additional Practical Sessions—3 Periods Per Week For Batch Of 20 Students)

 
      F.Y.B.M.S. SEM II

2:1      Business Environment
2:2      Industrial Law
2:3      Computer Applications in Business
2:4      Managerial Economics – I
2:5      Business Mathematics
2:6      Introduction to Cost Accounting
2:7      Environmental Management

Total marks per paper: Theory: 60 marks + Internals: 40 marks = 100 marks
Total 700 marks (50-60 lectures per subject --- 4 lectures per week
** For 2:3 Computer applications in Business: additional Practical sessions—3 periods per week for batch of 20 students)

 
S.Y.B.M.S. SEM III

3:1      Management Accounting
3:2      Managerial Economics - II
3:3      Marketing Management
3:4      Business Aspects in Banking & Insurance
3:5      Production Management & Materials Management
3:6      Strategic Management

Total marks per paper: Theory: 60 marks + Internals: 40 marks = 100 marks
Total 600 marks (50-60 lectures per subject --- 4 lectures per week)

 
S.Y.B.M.S. SEM IV

4:1      Productivity and Quality Management
4:2      Direct & Indirect Taxes
4:3      Export Import Procedure & Documentation
4:4      Cooperatives & Rural Markets
4:5      Research Methods in Business
4:6      Public Relations Management

Theory: 60 marks + Internals: 40 marks = 100 marks
Total 600 marks (50-60 lectures per subject --- 4 lectures per week)

T.Y.B.M.S. SEM V

5:1      Human Resources Management
5:2      Service Sector Management
5:3      Financial Management
5:4      Elements of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
5:5      Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
5:6       Elective I:

1. Special Studies in Marketing
              OR
2. Special Studies in Finance
              OR
3. E-Commerce
5:7 Project Work

Theory: 60 marks + Internals: 40 marks = 100 marks
Total 600 marks (50-60 lectures per subject --- 4 lectures per week)+ 200 marks project (grades to be allocated)

TY BMS SEM 6

6:1      Entrepreneurship & Management of Small and Medium Enterprises
6:2      Operations Research
6:3      International Finance
6:4      Indian Management Thoughts & Practices
6:5      International Marketing
6:6      Elective II

1. Retail Management
              OR
2. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
              OR
3. Econometrics

Theory: 60 marks + Internals: 40 marks = 100 marks
Total 600 marks (50-60 lectures per subject --- 4 lectures per week)

5. EXAMINATION EVALUTION
Examinations will be conducted and the Evaluation will be carried out as per as the rules and guidelines prescribed by the Mumbai University.
Results will be declared as per the guidelines prescribed by the Mumbai University.  

 For further information contact

BMS Office,
Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics,
“B” Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20.
Ph.:- (022) 2281 3477
Fax:- (022) 2281 7453
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