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NMIMS (NPAT)

NMIMS Deemed to be University (as per UGC Norms) offers 3 year full time UG programs in :

Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce:

  1. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) – Mumbai - 480 Seats | Bengaluru - 120 Seats | Navi Mumbai - 60 Seats | Indore - 60 Seats

  2. Specialization : Finance & Marketing

  3. B.Sc Finance - Mumbai - 120 Seats | Bengaluru - 60 Seats

Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics:

  1. B.Sc Economics .– Mumbai - 80 Seats | Bengaluru – 30 Seats

Eligibility:

  • The Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination including International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB Certificate / & D.P. Awarded candidates are not eligible) in any stream from a recognized Board at first attempt.

  • Must have obtained a minimum of 50% aggregate marks at 10+2 or equivalent examination for being eligible to B.Com. (Hons.) program & 60% aggregate marks for being eligible to B.B.A. & B.Sc. (Finance) Program.

  • Candidate's passing in Mathematics/ Statistics at 10+2 or equivalent exam is compulsory for being eligible to B.B.A / B.Com (Hons) / B.Sc (Finance).

ONLINE Exam Pattern with Sectional Time Bound

  • Quantitative & Numerical Ability - 40 Qs : to be solved in 45 Minutes

  • Reasoning & General Intelligence - 40 Qs : to be solved in 45 minutes

  • Proficiency in English Language - 40 Qs : to be solved in 30 minutes

Duration: 120 Questions in 120 mins

Marking Scheme: No negative marking was there in 2017 NPAT.

Type of questions and difficulty level of Tests will be on SAT Pattern

Fee Structure

In 2016, Program fees for 1st year -BBA program – Mumbai & Bengaluru Campus Batch 2016 was Rs.2,25,000

  • Fees for the 1st year for all program batches 2017 will be declared at the time of admission.

BBA COURSE CURRICULUM:

Semester I
Financial Accounting
Principles of Management
Quantitative Techniques - I
Economics (Micro)
India Socio Political Economics System & Current Affairs
Essentials of IT
Semester II
Cost Accounting
Quantitative Techniques - II
Environmental Management & Corporate Social Responsibility
Principles of Marketing
Effective Communications
Economics (Macro)
Semester III
Banking & Insurance
Direct & Indirect Tax
Human Resource Management
Indian Economics in Global Scenario
Operations Research
Consumer Behavior & Services Marketing
Semester IV
Human Behavior & Ethics at Work Place
Financial Management
Management Accounting
Business Law
Business Analytics
Customer Relationship Management
Semester V
Strategic Management
Research Methodology
Advanced Financial Management
Financial Statement Analysis
Business Simulations
Finance Electives
Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
Financial Markets & Institutions
Marketing Electives
Sales & Distribution Management
Retail Management
Semester VI
International Business & EXIM
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Entrepreneurship & Business Plan
Finance Electives
Forex & Risk Management in Derivatives
Wealth Management & Financial Planning
Financial Modeling
Marketing Electives
Direct & Digital Marketing
Advertising & Brand Management
International Marketing
Pharm Chemistry - Lab : Medicinal Chemistry I
Life Sciences - Cell and Molecular Biology
Life Sciences - Lab : Cell and Molecular Biology
Management - Marketing Research Methodology including Advanced Statistical Tools
Management - Enterprise Resource Planning
Management - Organizational Behaviour
Management - Operations Management
Management - Research Project - Part I

B. SC FINANCE COURSE CURRICULUM:

Semester I
Business Accounting & Analysis
Economics - Micro
Financial Markets and Institutions
Principles of Management
Quantitative Technique - I
Corporate Communications
Semester II
Management Accounting
Economics - Macro
Corporate and Business Laws
IT Applications
Quantitative Technique - II
Corporate Finance - I
Semester III
Debt markets
Financial Statement Analysis and Business Valuation
Corporate Finance - II
Operations Research
Banking & Insurance
Principles of Marketing
Semester IV
Business Policy & Strategic Management
Alternate Investment Markets
Financial Modeling
Business Analytics
Human Behavior at Workplace
Financial Reporting Standards & Analysis
Semester V
Research Methodology
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
International Finance
Derivatives
Econometrics
Project - I
Semester VI
Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) & Financial Reporting
Forex Markets and Financial Risk Management
Direct & Indirect Tax
Wealth Management
Environmental Management & Corporate Governance
Project - II

BSC. ECONOMICS COURSE CURRICULUM:

Semester I
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Mathematical Economics
Development Experience of Major Economies of the World
Introductory Sociology
Logic
Effective Communication
Logic
Logic
Ecode - I
IT Skill - I
Tutorials for Mathematics
Semester II
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Introduction to Statistics
International Economics - I
Political Science
Law
Creative Writing/th>
Ecode - II
IT Skill - II
Tutorials for Statistics
Semester III
Intermediate Mathematical Economics and Statistics
Money, Banking and Financial Institutions
International Economics - II
Theories of Growth and Development
Behavioral Psychology
Managerial Accounts
Research Methods
Research Writing
Banking Modules (Non credit)
Tutorials for Maths & Stats (Non Credit)
Semester IV
Econometrics - I
Public Finance and Policy
Financial Economics
Economics of Geopolitics and International Relations
English Literature
Analysis of Financial Statements
Motivational Training
Seminar
Leadership Training (Non credit)
Semester V
Advanced Microeconomics
Indian Economy - I
Econometrics - II
Game Theory
Option - I
Option - II
Research Paper - I
Soft Skills (Non Credit)
Semester VI
Advanced Macroeconomics
Indian Economy - II
Advanced Econometrics
Industrial Economics
Behavioral Economics
Option - I
Option - II
Research Paper - II
Business Simulation(Non Credit)

Electives in Economics Sem V

Option I - Development Economics

Option II - Economics of Environment and Sustainable Development

Electives in Business Sem V

Option I - Principles of Management

Option II - Marketing Management

Electives in Finance Sem V

Option I - Corporate Finance

Option II - Capital Markets

Electives in Economics SemVI

Option I - Economic Governance and Policies

Option II - Operations Research

Electives in Business Sem VI

Option I - International Business

Option II - Business Strategy

Electives in Finance Sem VI

Option I - International Finance

Option II - Risk Management

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