D.K.M College For Women

( AUTONOMOUS )

Vellore - 1

Affiliated To Thiruvalluvar University

NAAC REACCREDITED

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Department of Management Studies / மேலாண்மை ஆய்வுகள்

Department of Management Studies

Year of Establishment
B.Sc. (ISM)
:
2002
BBA
:
2007
M.A.HRM
:
2007
M.Phil
:
2011
Course Offered Sanctioned Strength/ Year
B.Sc (I.S.M) 50
B.B.A. 70
M.A (H.R.M) 40
M.Phil (Management) (5) Full Time & Part Time

Programs Conducted

  1. Conducts National/ State level programs every year.
  2. Invites resource persons from industry & academic for programs.
  3. Updated curriculum with an interdisciplinary exposure
  4. Produces 100% of results in more than 95% of the papers.
  5. Extension services and community services are done on regular basis to various organizations.
  6. Highly Qualified Assistant Professors who have published 20 articles and presented 25 papers in National & Inter-national Level Conferences.
  7. Students also participate & present papers in many Conferences and have bagged more than 100 prizes in various events.
  8. Regular parent-faculty meetings are conducted with professional counselors to provide an insight to parent in handling their wards
  9. Non-Major subjects offered by the Department i. Office Management ii. Fundamentals of Business Information System Management iii. Cyber law fundamentals iv. Elements of hospital management
  10. Skill based subjects offered
In B.Sc., (ISM) In BBA
1. Customer Relationship management 2. Business Communication fundamentals 1.Fundamentals of Secretarial practice 2. Elements of Hotel Management
In Common 1. Leadership Skills 2. Knowledge Management
Scope of the Course (B.Sc., I.S.M)

To expose students to the current concepts of Technology, system & Information Management with a view to understand, learns to apply the concepts to practical managerial situations. The need of the hour is to manage information in such a way to get the right information at the right time and in the right way to enable the managers to take the right & successful decisions. This systems approach to handle the ocean of information has wide scope in all areas.

Subject Offered B.Sc., (I.S.M)

Computer systems& elements of programming
Principles of Management Marketing Management
Business Information system Management PC Software practicals
Mathematics &Statistics for Management Quantitative Techniques
C Programming C Programming Lab
Accounting &Finance for Managers Tally
Object oriented programming with C++ C++ Programming Lab
Research Methodology Web Technology
E-Business Human Resource Management
Programming in Java Java practical &Web practical
Data base managementsystems with RDBMS practicals
Group Project
Subjects Offered M.A., (HRM) Course Highlights

Curriculum includes current trend for employability.

Core courses consist of management subjects and information technology subjects equally in ISM. Allied courses have current concepts.

Case study, group discussion, Brain Storming & seminar are compulsory in all units. Visit to industrial units/ business houses are compulsory followed by submission of reports.

Industrial training for a minimum period of two weeks during summer vacation after the II year for UG & I year for PG students. Compulsory group project.

Extra support to students based on their background (Education) to improve their knowledge in which they lack.

Tutor's counseling to eradicate any psychological problems of the students in order to erase the barriers of their upliftment.

Our students got placements in

Infosys, Bangalore Wipro Technologies, Chennai
ICICI, Vellore Nokia, Sripeambathur
Ganathipathi Tulsi Engineering college ICE, Vellore
Tata Indicom, Chennai Samco Metals & Alloys, Vellore
MRS Info Tech, Vellore. N trust Infotech(P)Ltd., (KPO) Chennai
Vasan Eye Care VIT-University, Vellore
Aqua-sure, Vellore
Projects were conducted in
Swetha TVS, Vellore SAME Deutz fahr, Ranipet.
Nutrine Confectionery Co(p)Ltd., E.I.D. parry ware (p) Ltd., Ranipet
TamilNadu Industrial Explosives Ltd., Vellore SHARE (Vellore) A NGO based on SHG's
BTP India (p) Ltd., Kanchipuram AD Links India (P) Ltd., Kerala
Coramandal Fertilizer Ltd., Ranipet. Greaves Contton, Ranipet
VST Motors, Vellore Ganesh Motors, Vellore
Star Heat Treaters, Chennai BHEL,Ranipet

D.K.M COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ( AUTONOMOUS),VELLORE

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
BBA – BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 
Program Objective
  1. To provide knowledge regarding the basic concepts, principles and functions of management.
  2. To develop business and entrepreneurial aptitude among the students.
  3. To provide knowledge and requisite skills in different areas of management like human resource, finance, operations and marketing to give a holistic understanding of a business system.
  4. To equip the students with knowledge related to qualitative and quantitative techniques for critical thinking and problem solving.
  5. To inculcate global view of the industrial and organizational establishments and their functions for taking viable decisions in international business setting.
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. To provide the fundamental concepts and theory of business practice and understanding of the global context in which business operates.
  2. To develop the ability to think critically, Analyze problems quantitatively and to use a variety of appropriate in solving business problems
  3. To focus on the holistic development of the student with conceptual clarity, analytical ability, critical thinking and communication skills.
  4. To prepare young minds with a positive attitude for excellent performance and committed service.
  5. To facilitate the entrepreneurial journey of students by providing them with the breadth and depth of knowledge required to start a business.
Programme Outcomes
  1. Students will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge of the functional areas of business.
  2. To provide students with a broad range of managerial capabilities, the capacity for critical thinking, communication and problem‐solving skills, legal and ethical behavior.
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the ethical obligations of business and apply them to business decisions.
  4. Students identify business opportunities and formulate plans, and detect business problems and develop alternative solutions.
  5. To prepare graduates for diverse careers in global management, administration and entrepreneurship through a well‐rounded business education with a focus on global business operations, emerging markets and technology‐enabled organizations.
  6. To develop socially, ethically, responsible business leaders and to develop appropriate skills in the students and to make them competent and provide themselves self–employment.
  7. Students must demonstrate maturity, professionalism and team working skills.
  8. Students will be capable of analyzing, investigating and solving critical business issues.
  9. To sharpen soft and hard skills among the students, also to promote entrepreneurial skills among students.
  10. To bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge of students by adopting innovative teaching pedagogy.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Students will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge of the functional areas of business.
  2. To provide students with a broad range of managerial capabilities, the capacity for critical thinking, communication and problem‐solving skills, legal and ethical behavior.
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the ethical obligations of business and apply them to business decisions.
  4. Students identify business opportunities and formulate plans, and detect business problems and develop alternative solutions.
  5. To prepare graduates for diverse careers in global management, administration and entrepreneurship through a well‐rounded business education with a focus on global business operations, emerging markets and technology‐enabled organizations.
  6. To develop socially, ethically, responsible business leaders and to develop appropriate skills in the students and to make them competent and provide themselves self–employment.
  7. Students must demonstrate maturity, professionalism and team working skills.
  8. Students will be capable of analyzing, investigating and solving critical business issues.
  9. To sharpen soft and hard skills among the students, also to promote entrepreneurial skills among students.
  10. To bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge of students by adopting innovative teaching pedagogy.
OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION - CBCS PATTERN with effect from 2019

The course of study and scheme of Examination      

S.NO Part   Course title Ins /Hrs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
SEMESTER- I
1 I Language – I 6 4 Tamil – I / Other language View
2 II English – I 6 4 English – I View
3 III Core paper– I 5 4 Basics            of Managerial Concepts View
4 III Core paper – II 5 4 Business Organization View
5 III Allied paper – I 6 5 Business mathematics and Statistics – I
6 IV EVS 2 2 EVS View
SEMESTER-II
S.No Part Course title Ins /Hr s Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
7 I Language – II 6 4 Tamil – II / Other language View
8 II English – II 4 4 English – II View
9 III Core paper – III 5 4 Business Communication View
10 III Core paper – IV 5 4 Production management View
11 III Allied paper – II 6 5 Business mathematics and Statistics – II
12 IV Value education 2 2 Value education View
13 IV Soft skills 2 1 Soft skills
SEMESTER -III
S.N O Par t   Course title Ins /H rs Cre dit   Title of the paper Syllabus
14 I Core paper – V 6 4 Human Resource Management View
15 II Core paper – VI 5 4 Business Policy and Strategic Management View
16 III Core paper – VII 5 4 Financial Accounting View
17 III Core paper – VIII 4 4 Principles       of Banking View
18 III Allied paper – III 6 5 Economics     for Managers View
19 IV Skillbased subject – I 2 2 Training       and Development View
20 IV Non – major –  I 2 2 Management Concept View
 SEMESTER-IV
S.N O Par t   Course title Ins /Hrs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
21 I Core paper – IX 5 4 Legal Aspects of Business View
22 II Core paper – X 5 4 Cost Accounting View
23 III Core paper – XI 6 4 Organizational behavior View
24 III Core   paper – XII 4 4 Management Information System View
25 III Allied paper – IV 6 5 Operations Research
26 IV Skill based subject – II 2 2 E – Business View
27 IV Non – major – II 2 2 Women Entrepreneurial management View
SEMESTER- V
S.No Pa rt   Course title Ins /Hrs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
28 II Core paper – XIII 6 4 Research Methodology View
29 III Core paper – XIV 6 4 Marketing Management View
30 III Core paper – XV 6 4 Management Accounting View
31 III Elective paper – I 6 3 Total               Quality Management View
32 III Elective – II 4 3 Business Environment View
33 IV Skillbased subject – III 2 2 Personality Development and soft skills for Business View
SEMESTER- VI
S.No Part   Course title Ins /Hrs Credit   Title of the paper  Syllabus
33 III Core paper – XVI 6 4 Entrepreneurial Development View
34 III Core paper – XVII 6 4 IndustrialRelations        and Labour Welfare View
35 III Elective paper – III 6 3 Materials Management View
36 III Elective – IV 4 3 Business Ethics View
37 IV Skill     based subject – IV 2 2 Practical  :    Tally and GST Oriented View
38 V Extension Activities - 3 Extension Activities
39 Project 6 4 Project
 

D.K.M. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN (AUTONOMOUS) DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

                B.Sc (INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT)
 
Program Objective
  1. To develop IT skills in the areas of information search, word processing, office management software’s, and presentation software needed to excel in business.
  2. To provide practical industrial exposure to the students to hone their managerial competencies and business acumen while attaining a holistic understanding of a business/industry.
  3. To enable students to understand the various knowledge representation methods and different expert system structures as strategic weapons to counter the threats to business and make business more competitive.
  4. To describe the role of informational technology and decision support systems in business and record the current issues with those of the firm to solve business problems.
  5. To introduce the fundamental principles of computer based information systems analysis and design and develop an understanding of the principles and techniques used.
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. 1. To provide a thorough understanding of how organizations and societies use and exploit new information technologies.
  2. To make excellent preparation for a career in information systems management or management consultancy specializing in it.
  3. To provide a strong business related base of core modules, but includes techniques and applications focused on Information systems and management.
  4. To operationalise the conceptual framework and build the competencies of an excellent and rounded business practitioner, in a highly technological environment
  5. Describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing graduates to achieve
Programme Outcomes
  1. Students able to create business reports that effectively communicate business strategies, practices, and goals using emerging technology and management theories.
  2. Design a solution to a business dilemma, incorporating management practices and theories with the principles of marketing, economics, accounting and finance.
  3. Students Analyze business requirements to determine appropriate information systems solutions using current and emerging technologies.
  4. The information systems curriculum prepares students for a position as decision support specialist, information systems specialist and system analysts.
  5. To provide students to demonstrate mastery of information technology skills and techniques needed to enable individuals and organizations to strategically compete in the domestic and international market place.
  6. To prepare students to exploit opportunities being newly created in the management profession.
  7. Define the concepts and techniques in information system management.
  8. Identify technical proficiency in business globally.
  9. Develop new skills in accounting, management, entrepreneurship and computer.
  10. Design logical methods in computer programming.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Execute decision making, innovation and problem solving.
  2. Determine software executive and corporate personnel.
  3. Acquire entrepreneurial and computer skill for the society upliftment.
  4. Students will be able to conduct detailed, quality presentations on specified information system topics.
  5. Students can demonstrate leadership skills, consensus building skills and conflict resolution skills.
  6. Students can develop web based applications to meet user needs.
  7. Students can demonstrate and understanding of the various career opportunities available in information systems
  8. Students can select and apply appropriate technology tools and techniques to a business problems based upon specific problems context.
  9. Apply appropriate information to business issues.
  10. Students can demonstrate and understanding of system administration requirements.
OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION - CBCS PATTERN
With effect from 2019
  S.NO   Part   Course title Ins /Hr s Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
SEMESTER- I
1 I Language – I 6 4 Tamil – I / Other language View
2 II English – I 6 4 English – I View
3 III Core paper – I 6 4 Basics of Information Technology View
4 III Core practical - I 3 3 Office   Automation Lab View
5 III Allied paper – I 7 5 Basics of Managerial Concepts View
6 IV EVS 2 2 Environmental studies View
SEMESTER-II
  S.No   Part   Course title Ins /Hr s Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
7 I Language – II 6 4 Tamil – II / Other language View
8 II English – II 4 4 English – II View
9 III Core paper – II 6 4 Internet and   its Applications View
10 III Core Practical II 3 3 Internet and   its Applications View
11 III Allied paper – II 4 3 Mathematical and statistics for management
12 III Allied practical – I 3 2 Quantitative Techniques
13 IV Value education 2 2 Value education View
14 V Softskill 2 1 Soft skills
SEMESTER-III
S.N O Par t   Course title Ins /H rs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
14 I Language – III 6 4 Tamil – III/ Other language View
15 II English – III 6 4 English –III View
16 III Core paper – III 4 4 Programming in C and C++ View
17 III Core practical – III 3 3 Practical          : Programming in C and C++ View
18 III Allied paper – III 7 5 Accounting and Finance for Managers View
19 IV Skill based subject – I 2 2 Training and Development View
20 IV Non – major – I 2 2 Stress Management View

 SEMESTER-IV

S.N O Par t   Course title Ins /H rs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
21 I Language – IV 6 4 Tamil – IV/ Other language View
22 II English – IV 6 4 English –IV View
23 III Core paper – IV 4 4 Data Base Management  System ( DBMS ) View
24 III Core practical – IV 3 3 Practical : DBMS View
25 III Allied paper – IV 7 5 Organizational behavior View
26 IV Skill based subject – II 2 2 E – Business View
27 IV Non – major – II 2 2 Digital Marketing View

 SEMESTER-V

S. N O Pa rt   Course title Ins /H rs Credit   Title of the paper Syllabus
29 III Core paper –V 6 3 Multimedia View
30 III Core paper – VI 7 4 Web technology View
31 III Core paper – VII 6 4 Marketing Management View
32 III Core practical–V 3 3 Multimedia using Flash View
33 III Elective – I 3 3 Human Resource Management View
34 III Elective – II 3 3 Business Environment View
IV Skill       based subject – III 2 2 2 Personality Development and Soft Skills for Business View

 SEMESTER-VI

S.No Part   Course title Ins /Hrs Credit   Title of the paper  
36 III Core paper – VIII 8 4 Programming in JAVA View
37 III Core practical – VI 3 3 JAVA Programming and Web Technology View
38 III Core practical – VII 3 3 Practical : Tally and GST Oriented View
39 III Elective – III 3 3 Technopreneur View
40 III Elective – IV 3 3 Business Communication View
41 IV Skill based subject – IV 2 2 Business Ethics View
42 V Extension Activities 6 4
43 Project with viva voce Project
D.K.M. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ( AUTONOMOUS), DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
M.A -   HUMAN RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT
Program Objective
  1. To prepare the students to deliver effective oral business presentations using a variety of appropriate technologies and achieve excellence in written communications.
  2. To develop the understanding of the concept of Human resource management and to understand its relevance in organizations.
  3. To develop necessary skills set for application of various HR issues.
  4. To analyse the strategic issues and strategies required to select and develop manpower resources.
  5. To enable the students to understand the HR management and systems at various levels in general and in certain specific industries or organizations.
Programme Educational Objectives
  1. To provide the student with analytical skills to skills to utilize Human Resources metrics and technical applications to enhance the effectiveness of recruitment, training ,development and retention of human resources.
  2. To enable the graduates to apply techniques in talent management, recruitment and compensation planning.
  3. To develop the student’s ability to think critically and analyze opportunities to improve organizational performance through human resources management.
  4. To Strengthen the student’s understanding how the alignment of human resources strategy with the organization as a whole.
5. To develop the student’s ability to make ethical decisions based on human resource professional standards and practices that are in the best interest of the organization.
Programme Outcomes
  1. To demonstrate proficiency in fundamental human resources, theories and concepts and how they apply to real business situations.
  2. Students will understand individual behavior in an organization and make effective business decisions.
  3. To enhance student’s to learn about labour laws and various benefits offered to employees.
  4. To Prepare an understanding of the, international business norms, legal and ethical standards to be followed in a business
  5. Students assume counseling skills so that they can working groups and face various challenging situation
  6. Students will have in depth knowledge about industrial relation and various acts provided for the welfare of employees.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of key terms, theories / concepts and practices within the field of HRM.
  8. Provide innovative solutions to problems in the fields of HRM.
  9. Be able to identify and appreciate the significance of the ethical issues in HR.
  10. Develop an ability to undertake qualitative and quantitative research.
Programme Specific Outcomes
  1. Critically assess existing theory and practice in the field of HRM.
  2. Respond positively to problems in unfamiliar contexts.
  3. Identify and apply new ideas and methods and ways of thinking.
  4. Demonstrate competence in communicating and exchanging ideas in a group context.
  5. Work effectively with colleagues with diverse skills, experience levels and way of thinking.
  6. Be able to advance well reasoned and factually supported arguments in both written work and oral presentations.
  7. Competency to recruit, train and appraise the performance of employees.
  8. Be able to evaluate HRM related social, cultural, ethical and environmental responsibilities and issues in a global context.
  9. Rational design of compensation and salary administration.
  10. Ability to handle employee issues and evaluate the new trends in HRM.
The course of study and the scheme of Examinations  ( With Effect from 2019 )
S.No Part Study Components Ins.Hrs / Week Credit Title of the paper Syllabus
SEMESTER-I
1 Paper – I Core paper – I 6 5 Advanced Business Management
2 Paper- II Core paper – II 6 5 Human Resource Management
3 Paper – III Core paper – III 6 4 Labour Legislation - I
4 Paper – IV Core paper – IV 6 4 Applied statistics for HR Managers
5 Paper – I Elective paper – I 6 3 1.       Compensation Management 2.   Group Dynamics
Self study paper - I 2 Business Ethics
SEMESTER-II
S.No Part Course Title Hrs Credit Title of the Paper Syllabus
6 Paper – V Core paper – V 6 5 Organizational Behaviour
7 Paper- VI Core paper – VI 6 5 Quantitative Techniques for HR Managers
8 Paper – VII Core paper – VII 6 4 Communication Skills for HR Managers
9 Paper – VIII Core paper – VIII 5 4 Labour Legislation - II
10 Paper – II Elective paper – II 5 3 1.  Global HRM 2.   HRIS
11 Paper – I Compulsory paper 2 2 Human Rights
SEMESTER-III
    S.NO   PART STUDY COMPONENTS INS HRS / WEEK   CREDIT TITLE OF THE PAPER Syllabus
12 Paper – IX Core paper –IX 6 5 Talent Management View
13 Paper – X Core paper – X 6 5 Research Methodology View
14 Paper – XI Core paper – XI 6 5 Total Quality Management View
15 Paper - XII Core paper –XII 6 5 Electronic HRM View
16 Paper - III Elective paper – III 6 3 1.  Corporate Governance 2.   Business Policy and Strategic Management View
Self study paper- II 2 Research Aptitude View
SEMESTER-IV
S.No Part Study Components Ins.Hrs / Week Credit Title of the paper Syllabus
17 Paper – XIII Core paper –XIII 5 5 Entrepreneurial Development View
18 Paper – XIV Core paper –XIV 5 5 Human      Resource Development View
19 Paper - XV Core paper –XV 5 5 Business Environment View
20 Paper - IV Elective paper – IV 5 3 1.  People Management 2.   Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare View 
21 Paper - I Project with viva – voce 10 5 Project
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Unaided

Name Staffcode Designation View Profiles
Mrs. V.S.Palaniammal 308MSUA01 Assistant Professor & Head Click Here
Mrs. R. Maheswari 308MSUA02 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. A. Rama 308MSUA03 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs.A.Kalaiselvi 308MSUA04 Assistant Professor Click Here
Dr.E.Veronica 308MSUA05 Assistant Professor Click Here
Mrs. P. Shobana Gayathri 308MSUA06 Assistant Professor Click Here
2021-2022
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1 Webinar 22.01.2022 Achieving Problem solution fit and product market fit  View
2 Special guest lecture 11.04.2022 Health Management : Cancer Awareness Programme View
3 Association Meeting and Management Games 25.04.2022 Life style Management View
2020-2021
S.No Name and Nature of Programme Date of the Programme Title Report(Link)
1 State Level webinar 20.02.2021 Good to Great View  
2 MHRD & Department of Management Studies Webinar 23.03.2021 How to plan for Startup: Legal and Ethical Steps View
2019-2020
S.No. Name of the Programme Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1 Association Meeting 19.09.2019 Motivation View
2 Guest Lecture 10.07.2019 Company secretary training View
3 Special Guest Lecture 27.02.2020 “Challenges And Opportunities In Automobile Industry” View
4 Two days Workshop 10 & 11.10.2019 “MutivariantAnalysis using SPSS & AMOS” View
4 Two days Workshop 10 & 11.10.2019 Entrepreneur ship Awareness Camp View
2018-2019
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. State Level Seminar 13.03.2019 Women Entrepreneurial Development .  View
2. Special Guest Lecture 08.01.2019 “Women’s Rights And Career Prospects After Pursuing Law ” View
2017-2018
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. Guest Lecture 28.07.2017 “WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT” View
2 Entrepreneurship Development 18.08. 2017 Jewel Making View
3 STATE LEVEL SEMINAR 01.02.2018 LIFE SKILLS AND PERSONALITY ENRICHMENT View
4 SPECIAL GUEST LECTURE 23.02.2018 “Work life Balance Management View
2016-2017
S.No. Name of the Programme   Date of the Programme Title/Topic Report
1. State Level Seminar 28.02.2017 Improving Personal Effectiveness” View
2. State Level Seminar 27.07.2016 Stress Management” View
3. Guest Lecture 23.08.2016 Career Guidance And Career Planning” View
4 Guest Lecture 30.08.2016 “Women Entrepreneur” “Never Dream About Success, Just Work For It” View
5 Workshop 01.03.2017 “Statistical Packages For The Social Sciences ” View