Distance Education from Sikkim Manipal University.

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The Manipal Education and Medical Group is one of India's premier education and healthcare services provider and has been providing quality education for over 50 years. It is the nucleus of 53 educational institutions with over 1,00,000 admissions. Manipal in Education • 2 Universities • 9 Campuses • Over 30 Professional Colleges • Over 100,000 Students • 300,000 active Alumni • Students from over 51 Countries

Message from Pro Chancellor Message from Vice Chancellor Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences Transforming Distance Learning - SMU way IT, Management, Healthcare and Other Career Areas Distance Education Education Methodology Evaluation and Grading General Entry Scheme Important Note INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Lateral Entry Scheme Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSclT) Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) Master of Computer Application (MCA) PG Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) Master of Science in Computer Science (MScCS) Master of Science in Information Technology (MSclT) PG Diploma in Information Technology (PGDIT) Master of Science in Telecom Technol MANAGEMENT Lateral Entry Scheme Bachelor of Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Retail Operations (BBARO) (PGDBA) TT)

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Bachelor of Commerce in Information System (BComIS) Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration PG Diploma in specialization areas of Management • Banking • Finance • Human Resources Retail Operations (MBA) • Information Systems • Information Systems • Marketing.

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Specialization in • Banking • Finance • Human Resources • Marketing • Retail Operations

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Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design (BScFD) Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES Lateral Entry Scheme Diploma in Health Information Administration (DHIA) Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology (DMIT) Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology (BScBT) Bachelor of Science in Health Information administration

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Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology (BScMIT) Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology (BScML T) Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Services Management (PGDHSM) Master of Science in Bioinformatics Master of Business Administration HOSPITALITY & TOURISM (MScBI) in Health Care Services (MBAHCS) Post Graduate Diploma in Bioinformatics (PGDBI) Master of Science in Clinical Research & Regulatory Affairs (MScCRRA) Lateral Entry Scheme Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Catering Management (BScHCM) Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management (PGDTIM) SMU Disciplines Manipal Universal Learning

Medical and Technological Sciences (SMU).com. I look forward to welcoming you to the World of Manipal! Pro Chancellor Sikkim Manipal University of Health.Dear Student. Mass Communication and Journalism. Thank you for your interest in the Sikkim Manipal University of Health. please contact smuhelpdesk@manipalu. I hope you find the information in the prospectus useful. Your education is further strengthened by the diversity of the faculty and student body. Bioinformatics. SMU also offers career oriented programs via its Directorate of Distance Education. Biotechnology. They understand the students we serve and they come to the classroom with extensive academic and real-world experience. Management. Fashion Design. Should you require additional assistance. This makes for a marvelous exchange of ideas and more effective learning. learning and scholarship. Allied Health Sciences and many more. The lectures for these programs are delivered at our recognized Learning Centres which are connected to our studios over VSAT and thereby creating for you a virtual classroom environment. Apart from regular on-site classroom programs. Our faculty is committed to excellence in teaching. The programs offered cover various disciplines like Information Technology. Commerce. the University has focused on providing high quality education to students. Medical and Technological Sciences 02 . Since its inception in 1995.

the Learning Resource Development the delivery of career-oriented University recognized Post Graduate Diploma and Master's levels through a wide network of Learning Centres. programs and management network colleges. Manipal Universal Learning (Manipal U). The University offers a unique blend of theoretical and cutting edge inputs to students. Our focus is on making sure that our students receive an education that is not just of high quality but relevant to today's Industry and highly competitive global market place. and fulfill the growing demand for technical professionals. educative and professionally We hope you will find our programs rewarding.Dear Student Ithank you for choosing the Sikkim Manipal University of Health.000 students and 300. Sikkim Manipal University of Health. professionals. Bachelor's. 30 professional 100. The University draws upon the expertise of the Manipal Education and Medical Group. which is an established global leader in higher education and health care for over five decades. The University offers Distance Education Program as part of its effort to bring to the masses. Medical and Technological Sciences . and is a unique joint venture between the Government education of Sikkim and the Manipal Group. Our programs combine highly researched curriculum by the University integrated with industry relevant concepts making them technically well rounded and practices. Centre of the University supports at the Diploma. 9 campuses. The Group's education comprises 2 Universities.000 active alumni. Medical and Technological Sciences. Sikkim Manipal University was established in 1995.

the University recognized Learning Centres have been equipped with an effective interactive distance learning system that makes use of VSAT technology. Bachelor's. The Degrees/Diploma/Certificates of SMU are recognized by all members of Association of Indian Universities (AIU). These Programs are offered as part of its effort to bring education to the masses and fulfill the growing demand for professionals.The statute of SMU Permits the University to offer programs on a distance mode across the country and abroad. delivery systems and processes. It is recognized by the Union Ministry of Human Resources Development and by the University Grant Commission. This enables a student to choose a Learning Centre that is easily accessible to him/her. The main advantage that distance education offers students is in providing requirement-based and career oriented programs. 04 . Medical and Technological Sciences.The University The Sikkim Manipal University of Health. broadcast from studios at Manipal. To improve the quality of lectures and faculty presentations. These Learning Centres act as access points for the purpose of advising. supports the delivery of these programs. The programs include Master's. Gangtok is incorporated under the state legislative Act (Act IX of 1995) of the Government of Sikkim. The University uses a strong nationwide network of Learning Centres to deliver its programs. Bangalore and Mumbai can be seen and heard live by the students in their respective centres. The University was set up in partnership between the Manipal Education and Medical Group and the Government of Sikkim with the objective of offering quality education to students and working professionals. Apart from regular on-site programs. which is the Learning Resource Development Centre (LRDC). Manipal Universal Learning. These presentations. the University offers many career oriented programs via distance education. counseling or rendering any assistance required by the students in context of the University's distance education programs. SMU has received approval from the Distance Education Council to offer program on distance mode. Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma programs.for SMU. incorporating flexibility in the choice of programs.

Technology use experience and subject content. Our University today provides distance education to hundreds of students across the country. Enabled Learning as an or TE-Learning element makes innovative of the services that learning such as digital is lectures: to introduce Supplementary contemporary instruction practices and expert is for some of VSAT Daily lectures from central studios instruction at Learning Centres Counselling at LCs delivered across our VSAT network. monitoring An online and access to reference libraries makes reference material and access to mentors on a 24/7 basis. 2. platform. The University of technology essential and provides experts. Self Learning: High quality Self Learning Material is made available both in print and digital form. Counseling at Learning Centres (LCs): Face-to-Face our LCs located across the country. high quality student workspace advising. 3. The SMU Way is learner centric and puts the student at the core of an experience that combines four distinct learning delivery systems: 1. We call this learning experience "The SMU Way". VSAT delivered sessions contemplating the programs. This will be available in a phased manner from the Fall 05 . assignments. 4. We are committed education programs. counseling. Our distance learning experience blends flexibility and convenience from to continually improving the quality of our distance and quality of based programs and providing a learning experience instruction that will eventually be superior to traditional campus the leamer's perspective with academic rigour and quality in instruction.Transforming Distance Learning SMU way The Directorate of Distance Education of SMU has created a powerful model for teaching and learning. TE-Learning (M-ULN) and faculty available to student delivered using the Manipal Universal Learning Network 2008 session. pursuing graduate and post -graduate programs across several disciplines.

trade. curriculum. In today's society. The National Agenda for Governance has identified Information Technology as one area where India can quickly establish global dominance. entertainment.6 billion to the country's export and is expected to reach $50 billion in 2009-2010. The IT 06 . will also result in the growth of such projects in India. there is a tremendous need for quality education to equip this population with skills to handle assignments that spring from such a growing economy like ours. The need of the day for any educational institution is to provide education that encompasses world class curriculum and is also industry focused. education. services. and information technology is rapidly becoming an integral part of modem society and everyday life. methodology and practical exposure in its programms offered to its distance learning students. but also increasingly with educational institutions. research. with a proposed outlay of $7.round development of the nation. Information Technology Information Technology has continuously extended into new areas. IT and telecom have blended into a single integrated system. With a booming economy and a young population.5 billion. Providing quality learning in higher education is becoming a major focus area in the country not only with the Government. India's offshore services. Sikkim Manipal University of Health.Education is a primary ingredient and also a key to success in any profession. making its way from mathematical computation and data processing via office automation to electronic commerce. The Government of India has recognized the potential of Information Technology in the all . Today. national defense and global security. manufacturing. IT is changing every aspect of human life. culture. information has become one of the essential goods. The country's e-Governance policies. Medical and Technological Sciences has been addressing this growing need by continuously upgrading and enhancing the quality.communication. which contributed over $1.

The science of biotechnology can be further subdivided into disciplines called red. pharmacology. white. The apparel industry provides employment to over 35 million people and is the second largest provider of employment after agriculture. There is a huge demand for qualified professionals in some of the emerging areas such as Banking. as the new world is flooded with a wide array of media tools coupled with enormous penetrative powers. proteomics. In India. energy. the need for professionals in the field of fashion is increasing tremendously in India. India presently is the ninth largest exporter of clothing in the world and the third largest exporter from Asia. bioanalytics and analytics etc. The sector has emerged as a dominant one providing employment to thousands of skilled and qualified people. planning. India has achieved tremendous progress in the field of information industry. database design and maintenance. This change can be attributed to the Indian Government's liberalization of the economic policy and encouragement given to the multinational companies to invest in India. The programs are designed in such a manner as to make them more state-of-the-art. Retail Operations and Healthcare Services also. informatics developer. finance and economics. The sector has been growing at between 35 per cent and 40 per cent per annum for the last three years. Job prospects are available in drug and pharmaceutical research. as popularly perceived and understood. biological and problems thus will be limited structural without to micro-array etc. There is a good scope for MBA graduates to occupy positions of prestige and responsibility. With the growing complexity of all commercial activity and the entry of multinationals. particularly their structure . and blue. This field is a fast growing industry. There are a number of job opportunities for graduates and postgraduates in biotechnology today. Bioinformatics Bioinformatics has become a frontline applied science and is of vital importance to study new biology. quality control. The hardware sector would see a $12 billion market in the current fiscal year with the domestic market alone contributing $11. such as politics. The MBA has become a degree of choice for the talented Indian student. Fashion Design Fashion industry has become so specialized that it encompasses a vast field of studies in design development. at the same time. proteomics (the study of protein. and microorganisms to enhance their value. the job has become more challenging. clinical pharmacologist. genomics. The global bioinformatics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16 per cent over 2007 -2010. areas to solve very high importance bioinformatics Bioinformatics. waste management. pharmacogenomics. The opportunities for journalists are endless and. fabric design. Biotechnology Biotechnology is the application of scientific techniques to modify and improve plants. which is widely recognized as the new scientific endeavor of the twenty-first century. 07 . public funded laboratories. There is increasing pressure on organizations to protect the environment and also to demonstrate that they are good corporate citizens with genuine social concern. Journalists specialize in diverse areas. garment technology. 2008. sequence analysis. irrespective of profit objective and is not confined to profit oriented industries and businesses. functions). which will catalyse the Indian bioinformatics outsourcing market to grow at 25 per cent per annum during 2007-2010. so that graduates are more employable and equipped with business skills. Our Programs are specially designed for journalism aspirants to make a career in myriad areas of mass media and communication. about 45. the readymade garment segment has seen vertical growth. fashion merchandising and so on. journals and periodicals are now brought out in 105 languages and dialects. printing. As one of the major players in the global apparel market. Management Management is an inevitable component of all human activities. complex Usefulness full genomic sequencing.000 newspapers. In recent years. design production. All India Radio runs 195 radio stations and has 302 transmitters.industry is poised to grow at the rate of 33 per cent in the fiscal year 2008 and is on target to emerge as a $75 billion sector by 2010. computational Mass Communication The field of communication requires skilled and professional approach. Being one of the few advanced countries in the field of satellite communication and media industry. Some of the specific career areas that fall within the scope of bioinformatics include sequence assembly. chemicals. Around 90 per cent revenues of the Indian bioinformatics market is derived from outsourcing activities. food processing and bioprocess industries. green. Nasscom said on Feb 11. thereby earning global appreciation. with attractive remuneration levels. chemist. investigation.5 billion. The Indian biotechnology sector today comprises over 325 companies. the need for systematic and efficient management practices has created a huge demand for competent personnel in all areas of business and commerce. animals. culture and sports for newspapers and periodicals. looking for enterprising professionals. Information Systems. environment control. agriculture.

hotel management and government services. functional (features) and usability (feature interaction) testing. business and industry. who have been formally educated in the discipline of telecommunications & networking are currently in high demand and the long term career opportunities are boundless in potential. it is estimated that the industry potential will grow to $1 billion. Globally. Laboratory investigations and tests play an important role in the detection and treatment of many diseases. which is an integral part of the tourism sector. Hospitality The hotel industry. It isestimated that the employment opportunities in hotel industry in India will increase to 15 million by 2010. people trade money for the rights to that idea. Telecom technology has been one of the focus areas right from its inception. health insurance documentation and public health documentation. a place of infinite variety. Increasing integration of the world economy and globalization has further enhanced its importance. Hotel and catering industry has been one of the fastest growing industries in the world for the past 50 years. Modern technology has not only greatly reduced the costs of foreign trade. With current market demands for professionals in medical record services.Allied Health Allied Health Science is a new established concept in health care and constitutes a separate stream of health professionals contributing to the healthcare. The term 'allied health' is used to identify a cluster of health professions and covers as many as 100 occupational titles. Technologies emerging under the umbrella of Telecom technology are in the areas of sanity/smoke testing. Telecom Telecommunications includes a broad range of technologies including telephone and cable. but has also made foreign trade available between individuals. Drug Developer or Clinical Research Physician. The telecommunications industry is changing so quickly that success demands a passion for learning. banking. data communications. is fascinating with its ancient and complex culture. people traded their excess goods with others for needed goods. stress testing. Traveland tourism industry consists of tourists. devices. the scope of employment opportunities is unlimited. College graduates. medical transcription. The study of commerce and economics provides a springboard for work opportunities in a range offinancial services. Clinical research and regulatory affairs is a branch of medical science that determines the safety and effectiveness of medications. The study of commerce includes subjects like accounting. This expectation has created a demand for more clinical research professionals. The program cultivates this passion with a curriculum that asks its students and teachers for a high degree of commitment. allied health professionals comprise over 60% of the healthcare workforce. provides a large percentage of the total employment in the tourism industry. and treatment regimens intended for human use. As per the recent McKinsey report on clinical trials in India. Graduates will be able to effectively manage radiological diagnostic service facilities and assist in radiological procedures. and a handful of others. Commerce Commerce has been a constant part of history. as also in law. statistics and economics. India. When new ideas are secured by patent. Being a very vast industry. BHIA graduates will have wide opportunities in all types of hospitals including academic programs. A hotel needs the services of trained staff to provide professional services for national and international clients. wireless communications systems. management and entrepreneurial ventures. The role of the allied health professional is increasing rapidly and the enormous demand coupled with shortage of qualified allied health professionals make it challenging with excellent career prospects. regression testing. Co-Investigator. travel agents and government and privatetourism departments. Doctors completing this Program can be employed as Principal Investigator. nurses. diagnostic products. dazzling contrasts and breathtaking physical beauty. acceptance testing and creative testing. India has one of the largest patient populations for most diseases with genetic diversity. satellite and internet technologies. Commerce is an essential element of capitalism. In early times. exclusive of physicians. India's hotel industry is thriving due to an increase in business opportunities and foreign and domestic tourism. It is a unique professional degree combining various aspects of radio diagnostic technology and medical imaging. Medical Advisor. 08 .

• Practical Training Depending upon the subject. Each book is divided into units. Objectives of the Distance Education Program • • To provide high quality. In terms of design and structure. students will be encouraged to refer recommended books. To produce energetic. to be submitted by the students. the common features of Bachelor's and Master's degree programs are as follows: • • The medium of instruction is English. To facilitate students in understanding. career-oriented education to students and working professionals. Counselors answer questions during counseling sessions besides clarifying doubts of students and helping them overcome difficulties they face while going through the study material. discussions. which are then evaluated by the local counselors. effective.Sikkim Manipal University of Health. main contents. Medical and Technological Sciences Directorate of Distance Education (SMU-DDE) The Directorate of Distance Education (SMU-DDE) of the University is committed to provide career-oriented educational programs at the Diploma. In certain specialized subjects. structure of units. • Video/AudioNSAT Whenever necessary. objectives. self-test activities and suggested reading. wherever necessary. who also provide feedback on a student's performance. Local counselors. evaluate these assignments. These counseling sessions also offer students an opportunity to interact with their peers. The assignments are uploaded on to the website during each session. value-based. • Assignments Assignments are an integral component of distance education. a required amount of practical training is imparted to students at the Learning Centre. . developing. Post Graduate Diploma and Master's levels through a wide network of University recognized Learning Centres. Bachelor's. Each unit is written in self-instructional style and consists of introduction. To provide students with a stimulating and learning-friendly atmosphere so that they can utilize their intellectual capacities to specialize in various areas of study. efficient and ethically driven graduates and postgraduates to serve society. Manipal Universal Learning (Manipal-t:r) is the Learning Resource Development Centre of SMU and supports the University in the delivery of the programs through University recognized Learning Centres spread across the country. • • Design & Structure Distance Education simply means imparting education from a distance wherein the teacher and the student are physically separated. Comprehensive Course Content Comprehensive courseware will be supplied to all the students. printed material is supplemented by video/audio CDs. integrating and applying both core and specialized concepts and practices. etc. debates. • Academic Counseling Counseling is an important activity in distance education and is entirely different from usual classroom teaching. • Project / Report The student is also required to prepare projects wherever necessary. In addition. Assignments serve the purpose of evaluation of the student's performance. Lectures are broadcast through VSAT which can be in the form of lectures. intensive counseling is also provided.

Students shall receive personal attention and support at these Learning Centres. upon receipt of which their enrolment will be confirmed subject to the eligibility fulfillment. other students and to also use the library. All the students who have enrolled in the programs of the University will be provided a program guide for each program and semester. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any application. The Learning Centres will forward the same to the University. ethical.Education Methodology Admission Policies • Intelligent. The Learning Centres will provide counseling and hands on experience for each program (each semester) as indicated in the respective program headings. • Support Services • Counseling Sessions: Learning Centres provide students with a platform to interact with counselors. Those students who are unable to complete the program within the specified validity period are required to register themselves afresh by paying the requisite fee as per the University regulations. articulate and active individuals with a will to upgrade their skills are encouraged to pursue the University programs. If the applications received from the students are not complete in any respect. those students may be given provisional enrolment at the University's discretion. • • • • • • • • • Credit System The 'credit system' is followed in all programs. Program Structure Course material is specially designed by a team of experts drawn from different industries. is supplied in batches to the Learning Centres for every course and to every student. No candidate is permitted to pursue more than one program at a time from SMU-DDE. wherein each credit amounts to 30 hours of study. The program curricula is designed and scrutinized by experts to meet the market demands. Course Material: Comprehensive printed study material specially designed for independent study for both theory and practical component. the student will be granted admission to that program. University and in-house faculty. If the application is complete in all respects and the University is satisfied with the applicant's eligibility and suitability for admission into the respective program. The applicant has to submit a completed application along with relevant enclosures to the University recognized Learning Centres well within the due date. wherever required. Online delivery through VSAT. They should go through the same thoroughly. Assignment for Assessment and Feedback. Such students will have to submit the required eligibility documents as communicated by the University at the earliest. Provisionally enrolled students will be allowed to appear in the examinations only after their enrolment is confirmed. Practical Sessions: These will be held at the Learning Centres or at specially designated centres. including hands-on training at designated Learning Centres. An identity card will be provided to students after their enrolment in a program. Students have to collect the material pertaining to their program along with the program guide. The Learning Centres will act as the access & contact points between the University and the students. Industry Related Project Work. .

a student should secure at least 35% marks in continuous evaluation and 35% marks in the University examinations. a student should secure at least 35% marks in continuous evaluation and 35% marks in the University examinations. DMIT. carrying 30% weightage on the final score. Based on the students' performance the following grading system will be adopted: • A = Excellent (+70%) • B = Very Good (+60%) • C = Good (+50%) • D = Satisfactory (+40%) • E= Failure A) ForDMLT. In each subject. conducted at the examination centres and evaluated by the University. MBAHCS. grading system will be adopted: • A = Excellent (+70%) • B = Very Good (+60%) • C=Good(+50%) • D = Satisfactory (+40%) • E= Failure the following University practical exams will be conducted at pooled examination centres and students should make their own arrangements to attend the examinations. In each subject. Based on the students performance the following grading system will be adopted: • A = Excellent (+80%) • B=VeryGood(+70%) • C = Good (+60%) • D = Satisfactory (+50%) • E= Failure 11 . A student's performance is based on: • Continuous evaluation. developed and administered on a rigorous and fair basis to bring out the best in students and prepare them for challenging careers. developed and administered on a rigorous and fair basis to bring out the best in students and prepare them for challenging careers. • University examinations. • Continuous evaluation is done through assignments and practicals. carrying 80% weightage on the final score. BScHIA Evaluations are conceived. DHIA. conducted at the examination centres and evaluated by the University. In each subject. a student should secure at least 50% marks in continuous evaluation and 50% marks in the term-end examination. performed at the local Learning Centres. carrying 70% weightage on the final score. • University examinations. developed and administered on a rigorous and fair basis to bring out the best in students and prepare them for challenging careers. • Theory part is assessed by the performance based on continuous evaluation through assignments and term-end examinations conducted at the examination centres. developed and administered on a rigorous and fair basis to bring out the best in students and prepare them for challenging careers. A student's performance is based on: • • Continuous evaluation. carrying 70% weightage on the final score. • Continuous evaluation is done through assignments and practicals. BScMIT. performed at the local Learning Centres. • Based on the students' performance. MScCRRA. A student must get an average of 40% in both the parts and minimum of 35% in each part. BScMLT. and an average of 50% to be declared pass. and a consolidated average of 40% to be declared pass. the following grading system will be adopted: • A=Excellent(+70%) • B=VeryGood(+60%) • C = Good (+50%) • D = Satisfactory (+40%) • E= Failure (II) Allied Health Sciences Sciences & Life (III)Hospitality and Tourism Evaluation and Grading Evaluations are conceived. A student must get an average of 40% in both the parts and minimum of 35% in each part. B) For BScBT. carrying 30% weightage on the final score. A student's performance is based on: • Continuous evaluation. Continuous evaluation is done through assignments and practicals. Based on the students' performance. and a consolidated average of 40% to be declared pass. carrying 20% weightage on the final score. University examinations. • The assessment in practical part is based on the performance in Guided & Unguided exercises. MScBI. Management & Vocational Sciences Evaluations are conceived. conducted at the examination centres and evaluated by the University. PGDHSM Evaluations are conceived.(I) Information Technology. performed at the local Learning Centres.

edu. The Examination Centre will be different from the Learning Centre and eligible students will be given admit cards to appear in the examination.smude.in and the marks card will be sent to the respective Learning Centres. The details of the programs for which online examinations will be conducted would be notified to the students and Learning Centres on regular basis. Ifa student fails to clear any of the papers (either in UE or IA or both). Students will have to produce the identity card and admit card to appear in the term-end examination at the Examination Centre. Promulgation of any such information on the website in the form of circulars/notices is considered to be adequate. The examination pattern will be available inthe program guide provided to the students. Online examinations will help in declaring the results immediately after the examinations.in. India. .CRRA and B. Karnataka.Sc.Sc. program structure. The results will be published on the website www. Jurisdiction All the disputes relating to the University programs and activities are subject to Udupi. Award of Degree All successful students of respective Diploma / Degree / PG Diploma / Master's Degree Programs will be awarded the respective Diploma / Degree / PG Diploma / Master's Degrees by the University. The students are advised to go through the website frequently where all circulars and important information will be hosted from time to time. Online examinations for all the remaining programs will be conducted in a phased manner in the next two to three years. within the due date specified by the University. Right to amend rules The University reserves the right to add/delete/change/amend the syllabi. jurisdiction only.Examination Results The student is informed about the examination schedule and Examination Centre shall be informed through the admit card and also through the website www. The examinations for M. Online Examinations The University has taken one more step forward with the online term end examinations.edu. she/he has to re-appear for the relevant paper by applying to the University through the resitting application along with relevant fees. rules and regulations wherever considered necessary and appropriate without any prior notice.smude.HCM programs are already being conducted online.

Diploma Programs Diploma in Information • • Technology (DIT)# Bachelors Degree Bachelor (BAJM)# • • Eligibility: 10+2 orequivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Administration (BBA)# of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / **Diploma Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Administration (DHIA)@ Diploma in Health Information • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent OR (b) 2 year vocational Information • Duration: after Bachelor of Business • • program 10th in Medical from Records/Health a recognized Bachelor (BBARO)# • • (DMLT)@ Bachelor of Computer • • vocational after 10th program standard in Medical from a Laboratory recognized of Business standard Eligibility: 10+2 orequivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Administration in Retail Operations University/ Institution/Board 2 years (4 semesters) Technology Eligibility: 10+2 orequivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Application (BCA)# Diploma in Medical Laboratory • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science OR (b) 2 year Technology • Duration: Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) (BScBT)## Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology • University/ Institution/Board 2 years (4 semesters) (DMIT)@ Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent with Biology and Chemistry OR 10+2 or equivalent in Science without Biology with Foundation program of SMU Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science OR (b) 2 year vocational program • Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design (BScFD)# in Radiography/ Radio • • Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Technology (BScIT)# University/ Diagnosis after 10th standard from a recognized Institution/Board • Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Information • • # Program offered at IT & Management Learning Centre ## Program offered at IT & Management and Allied Health Learning Centre @ Program offered at Allied Health Learning Centre Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent/**Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) 13 .

Pharm / IT professionals with abackground tools and database programs.Pharm/ in specialized Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / **Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) of Science in Health Information Administration • B. Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) University/ Institution/Board 4 years (8 semesters) and Catering Management Bachelor of Science in Hospitality (BScHCM)$ • • Masters Degree Master (MAJM)# • • Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Business Administration (MBA)# of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education. Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Application (PGDCA)# Bachelor (BScHIA)@ • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in any discipline PG Diploma in Computer • • program 10th in Medical from Records/ a Health PG Diploma in Information • • (BScMIT)@ Eligibility: * Graduate Eligibility: * Graduate OR (b) 2 year vocational Information • Duration: after standard recognized Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Technology (PGDIT)# University/Institution/Board 3 years (6 semesters) Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Diploma in Specialization of a two year Students should Areas of MBA# University or Diploma approved this in Bachelorof Science in MedicallmagingTechnology • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent with Science Post Graduate • Eligibility: Business An MBA Degree from a recognized Post Graduate an AICTE Management from an equivalent institutions. a post graduate diploma qualification Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management Bachelor • of Science (BScMLT)@ Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science Post Graduate (PGDTTM)$ • • Eligibility: *Graduate Min. Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Services OR (b) 2 year Technology • Duration: vocational after 10th program standard in Medical from a Laboratory recognized Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management (PGDHSM) @ • • Eligibility: *Graduate Min. 14 . Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Masterof PG Diploma Programs PG Diploma in Business Administration • • Eligibility: * Graduate Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) (PGDBI)## (like Chemistry/ specialization / / like PG (with (PGDBA)# • • Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Administration in Health Care Services Master of Business (MBAHCS)@ • • # PG Diploma in Bioinformatics • Eligibility: Botany/ Molecular Structural Sciences / MSc / BSc / / Zoology) Biology Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) in Life Sciences BE / Program offered at IT & Management Learning Centre Learning Centre Biology/ Biochemistry Veterinary / Genetics / Microbiology/ Pharmaceutical Sciences / Food ## Program offered at IT & Management and Allied Health @ Program offered at Allied Health Learning Centre Neurosciences Sciences $ Program offered at Hotel Management Learning Centre * Graduate means a candidate who has successfully completed Diploma means a candidate who has successfully completed a 3 year University Degree Program from a recognized a 3 year Diploma from a State Board of Technical university.Bachelorof • • Commerce in Information System (BComIS)# Agricultural Mathematics Sciences / Biotechnology / Statistics) / MBBS / Physics/ Chemistry/ / BDS / M. Education. (old )degree program. • Laboratory Technology OR (b) 2 year vocational program in Radiography/Radio University/ Diagnosis after 10th standard from a recognized Institution/Board • Duration: 4 years (8 semesters) in Medical who have completed the SMU MBA in the past are also eligible to pursue they wish to acquire in an added area of specialization.

2 years (4 semesters) in Clinical Research Master of Commerce • • Eligibility: *Graduate Master of Science (MScCRRA)@ • Eligibility: & Regulatory Affairs in Commerce Finance / Insurance / Accounting Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Science (MScCS)# (a) Graduate from a recognized (MBBS/BDS/ OR (b) Graduate Sciences Technology (MScIT)# BScHIA/BOT/ (BPharm) OR (c) Graduate (MScTT)# • rsing/Home Duration: from a recognized Science/Food from a recognized (BML T /BScML university in Health Sciences Master of Science in Computer • • Eligibility: *Graduate BAMS/BHMS/BUMS/BVSc/BSSM) Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) university in Allied Health /BHIA/ Opt)/Pharmacy T /BPT /BMIT /BScMIT Master of Science in Information • • Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) BSc (Sp & Hg)/ BASLP/BSc university in Life Sciences (withBiotech/Botany/Zoology/Microbiology/Chemistry)/Nu Master of Science in Telecom • • Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) (MScBI)## like Molecular / Structural Sciences / / / IT # Program offered at IT & Management Learning Centre Technology & Nutrition 2 years (4 semesters) Master of Science in Bioinformatics • Zoology) Biology / BE / PG (with / Neurosciences / Physics / ## Program offered at IT & Management and Allied Health Learning Centre @ Program offered at Allied Health Learning Centre Eligibility: MSc / BSc in Life Science like (Chemistry/Botany/ specialization Pharmaceutical Biology/ Biochemistry Veterinary Sciences/ Biotechnology Statistics) / MBBS / Genetics / Microbiology Food Sciences / Agricultural Sciences / / Chemistry / Mathematics / B Pharm / BDS / M Pharm .Master of Computer • • Application (MCA)# • System (MComIS)# /Economics/Banking / professionals Duration: with a background in specialized tools and Eligibility: *Graduate Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) -Information database programs.

10. Bachelor's. The fees once paid cannot be refunded for admitted students. (C) Payment of fees can also be made through any credit! debit card of MasterCard/ VISA Card at select Learning Centres. No eligibility certificate will be issued to a student who comes to India only to join SMU . Sikkim Manipal University of Health. 16 . The form is available on the website www.edu. after informing the University Grants Commission (UGC) and other regulatory bodies. shall come under jurisdiction of Udupi (Karnataka). RP should be submitted to the University by Nov 15.in. Foreign nationals seeking admission in India are required to submit the additional application form. Students are advised to visit the University website www. 11. 13. 500/. Medical and Technological Sciences (SMU) has been offering Distance Education Programs since February 2001. Transfer from one LC to another for foreign nationals is not permitted. DE" payable at Manipal/Udupi and student should endorse the name. 8. The student of final semester of Degree/ Diploma program will have to pay the requisite fee as prescribed by the Universityat the time of re-registrationforthe finalsemester. Alternatively. Foreign Students: All foreign students seeking admission to the Distance Learning Programs of SMU must join a regular course of a recognized University in India. application number and centre code on the reverse of the DD. Mid session transfers are not permitted. 9. Post Graduate Diplorna and Master's Degree prograrns. University reserves the right to add/delete/change the syllabi. including Distance Education Council (DEC). Paymentoffee: (A) All payments shall be made by the students only in the form of DD drawn in favour of "Sikkim Manipal University. 2. they should either be working in India or should be dependents of a person working in India.smude. 5. The refunds for rejected applications will be made after deducting Rs. All the support documents enclosed along with the application form have to be attested by Gazetted Officers or Notary Public or Principal of College/ Polytechnic under the University System/Directorate of Technical Education or Head of Institution from which the student passed the eligibility criteria and additionally to be certified by the Learning Centre Head. Students having 2 years degree have to do a bridge course. can be undertaken simultaneously with the regular course mentioned above. Please use only one challan per student. 2008 failing which Provisional admission will be cancelled.DE courses. India. Without a valid Residential Permit (RP). The students are advised to retain the counterfoil and photocopy of the DD with them for their reference. 6. Note: Payments made other than in the above forms will be at own risk. if any. The University recognized Learning Centres are perrnitted to provide counseling services to students adrnitted by the University into its Diplorna.as processing fee. University will not take any responsibility if amount is deposited at branches other than Core banking of SBI. 4. failing which the application will be rejected. as per changes in environment. The course under SMU Distance Education (DE). Legal disputes. course structure.in where all circulars and important information will be hosted from time to time.edu. Promulgation of any such information in the website in the form of circulars / notices is considered to be adequate. international students in India will not be allowed to appear for examinations. A candidate is permitted to pursue only one program of SMU DE at a time.smude. 3. (B) Payment of fees can also be made through SMU-DDE SBI Challan from all Core Banking branches of State Bank of India (SBI). 7. 12. SMU has received approval from the Distance Education Council to offer programs in distance education mode. The centre head or the designated person has to verify all the support documents by putting his signature and seal oftheLC.Important Note 1. as and when required. The basic eligibility for Admission to PG programs is Graduation. rules and regulations without any prior notice. There is no provision for doing dual programs of SMU DEat the same time. Graduate means a candidate who has successfully completed a 3 year University Degree Program. Please visit our website for programs permitted for counselling at specific Learning Centres.

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Candidates may exit the program at any stage and will get the corresponding Diploma / PG Diploma based on the number of semesters / examinations completed at the time of exit. basic qualification is 3 year graduation or equivalent. (From August 2005 Admission onwards of SMU) Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry '------r--' '------' . For post graduation. Entry 2 Lateral Entry 1 BSclT MCA '------r---' '------r---' MSclT MScTT * The lateral entry schemes indicated above are applicable only to the students of SMU-DDE. basic qualification is 10+2 or equivalent. The various entry and exit points for all the programs are illustrated below graphically. However such students will be required to appear and qualify in the previous semesters / relevant papers. The details of eligibility criteria and fees structure of lateral entries are indicated in respective program headings. The specific provisions are indicated under respective program headings. Basic qualification: For graduation. Lateral entry qualification: Lateral entry is an opportunity given to a candidate having the basic qualification and previous qualification inthe relevant field to enter a higher semester.Most of the programs are designed for multiple entry and exit. 'Lateral. The candidates can enrol for the programs based on basic qualification and lateral entry qualification.

executive secretaries or office administrators in various large corporate and banking sectors. presentations. new technologies for data processing and data communication 1 networking environment. experience at 19 . Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent 1 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education. The program will equip the candidates in the areas of information processing. The Diploma program will prepare the candidates to advance.6 years {for BSclT}. The BSclT program has been developed to provide the students with adequate theoretical and practical knowledge which will enable them to effectively participate in solving the complex problem of the IT industry. 9. Minimum duration: 1 year (2 semesters) {for DIT). IT applications in different To equip students with the technical knowledge required for an IT professional to handle multi-tasking and multiprogramming situations and to assess and develop computer based solutions. and to support positions such as administrative assistants. handling the database and understanding the system analysis and design in management. Semester Fee: Rs. report writing. Knowledge of advanced business sectors.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. executive secretarial support. After successful completion of first two semesters of BScIT. such a student shall be awarded the Diploma in Information Technology Certificate. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. The recent emergence of global business. equip specialized science graduates to focus on professional careers in Information Technology. SMU's IT programs intend to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills required to contribute to the vital area of Information Technology. 3 years (6 semesters){for BScIT). if a student wishes to discontinue the course.2001.Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Diploma in ljiforrnation ifechn<Dlogy The design and implementation of BSclT offers new challenges when compared to the traditional computing environment. Primary objectives of this program: • • • Imparting knowledge of computer and programming logic environment in IT. Maximum duration: 2 years {for DIT}.

Books of First semester will be supplied by the University and Internal Assessment will be completed at the Learning centre. Second Semester SUb. Code Title BT0036 BT0037 BT0038 BT0039 BT0040 Operating System [OS] Linux(OS) Communications Skills in English Basic Mathematics Visual Programming with VB Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 64 Fifth Semester SUb. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs.edu. Code Title Credit BT0056 Software Testing and Quality Assurance 2 BT0057 BT0058 BT0059 BT0060 BT0061 Quality Management Principle Optical Base Networking Information System Security Database Concept with Oracle PROJECT Total Credits 2 2 2 4 4 96 Credit 2 2 4 4 4 32 Provision for lateral entry to third semester of BScIT: Eligibility: Successful completion 2005) program from SMU. of DIT (Revised Aug Note: Students are eligible to seek admission directly to the third semester. Code Title BT0046 Communication Technology BT0047 BT0048 BT0049 BT0050 Management Information Systems (MIS) Accounting Principles and Practice Software Engineering Data Warehousing and Mining Total Credits Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BSc IT: Eligibility: (a)10+2 and Six months Computer Course from a reputed institution *. Code Title BT0031 BT0032 BT0033 BT0034 BT0035 Basics of IT Structured System Analysis and Design [SSAD] Data Structure using' C ' DBMS and SQL Server Internet and Multimedia Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 16 Third Semester SUb.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Additional Fees: In addition to the regular fees.Code Title Credit BT0041 WML and WM L Script 2 BT0042 Introduction to (Dot) . students have to appear and pass the First Semester Examination. Note: In this Lateral Entry Scheme.in 20 .smude. OR (c)3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education and six month computer course from a reputed institution *. Code Title Credit BT0051 UNIX Operating Systems 2 BT0052 Client Server Architecture 2 BT0053 Java Programming 4 BT0054 Basics of e-Commerce 4 BT0055 Internet Technology and Web Designing 4 Total Credits 80 Sixth Semester SUb.e in Information Technology Program Structure First Semester SUb. OR (b)3 year Diploma in CS or ECE or IT from a State Board of Technical Education. 3. Students need not appear for the first and second semester examination and no lateral entry fee will be applicable.Net Technology 2 BT0043 OOPS using C++ 4 BT0044 Computing Numericaland StatisticalMethods 4 BT0045 Data Communication and Computer Networking 4 Total Credits 48 Fourth Semester SUb. A maximum gap of one year is allowed for the students to get admitted in this scheme. * For list of approved institutions visit our website www.700/.

Bachelor of Computer Application (Revised Fall 2007)

Fast growing information technology and communication systems have become critical components of almost every company's strategic plan. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communication systems require expert professionals, who can apply computer science principles to solve problems produced by the interface between business and technology. This is an undergraduate program where students are exposed to various areas of computer applications including the latest developments in the industry. Objectives: The program aims at realizing the following student objectives • • • Demonstrating sound knowledge in key areas of computer science or industrial computing. Demonstrating a substantial understanding of concepts in key areas of computer science. Carrying out the required analysis and synthesis involved in computer systems, information systems and computer applications. Demonstrating professional competence in developing software and in its design and implementation. Developing sound practical skills in order to address problems which arise from computer systems and applications. Demonstrating sound presentation and communication skills, which are required in the computer industry.

Program Structure
First Semester
SUb. Code BC0032 BC0033 BC0034 BC0035 BC0036 Title Credit Communication Skills 4 Basic Mathematics 4 Computer Concepts and C Programming 4 Computer Fundamentals 4 Digital Systems 4 Total Credits 20

Second Semester
SUb. Code Title BC0037 BC0038 BC0039 BC0040 BC0041 Credit Object Oriented Programming using C++ 4 Data Structures using C 4 Discrete Mathematics 4 Computer Organization and Architecture 4 Fundamentals of Database and Management 4 Total Credits 40

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Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BCA: Eligibility: (a)10+2 or equivalent I 3 year Diploma from a State Board of Technical Education and six month computer course from a reputed institution *. OR (b)3 year Diploma in IT/CS from a State Board of Technical Education Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees, an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. 3,7001- (including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Note: Inthis lateral entry scheme, students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centres.

After completion of the program, students of high academic standard shall be capable of competing for employment in a chosen professional area and pursuing career development in that area. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent I 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education. Semester Fee: Rs.9,2001- per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Minimum duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Maximum duration: 6 years. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. experience at

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r Application (Revised Fall 2007)

Third Semester
SUb. Code BC0042 BC0043 BC0044 BC0045 BC0046 Title Operating Systems Computer Accounting Structured Oriented Numerical Methods and Financial Management System Analysis and Design (8085,8086 Credit 4 4 4 4 4 60

Fifth Semester
SUb. Code BC0052 BC0053 BC0054 BC0055 BC0056 Title Theory of Computer VB.NetandXML Software Project Management Assurance TCP/IP Protocol Suite Unix Operating System Total Credits and Quality 4 4 4 100 Science Credit 4 4

Microprocessor Total Credits

& 8087)

Fourth Semester
SUb. Code BC0047 BC0048 BC0049 BC0050 BC0051 Title Java Programming Computer Networks Databases Software Engineering Oracle and Distributed System Software Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 4 80

Sixth Semester
SUb. Code BC0057 BC0058 BC0059 BC0060 Title Object Oriented Analysis and Design Data Warehousing Elective* Project Total Credits *Elective BC5901 - Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining Credit 4 4 4 8 120

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Master of Computer Application (Revised Fall 200f) Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

The world has become a small village due to the revolution in Information Technology. It has affected almost all walks of life, be it business, education, entertainment services and healthcare. This program is designed to produce a dynamic breed of computer professionals with excellent managerial skills. Emphasis is given to in-depth studies of numerous applicationoriented subjects, covering various methodologies to develop software products efficiently by utilizing advance networking technologies and application software. PGDCA is an initiation program for students who want to become skillful and knowledgeable IT professionals. The program gives fundamental knowledge of computers, operating systems, internet, computational techniques, file & data structure and the core of programming. After successful completion of the first two semesters of MCA, if a student wishes to discontinue the program, such a student shall be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application [PGDCAj. MCA is a program of 6 semesters with the provision of multiple exit degree system. Depending on the qualifications & conditions specified, different options are presented here. Objectives: objectives• • The program aims at realizing the following

Program Structure
First Semester
SUb. Code Title MC0061 MC0062 MC0063 MC0064 MC0065 Credit 4 4 4 4 4 20 Computer Programming "C Langauge" Digital Systems, Computer Organization & Architecture Discrete Mathematics Basic Web Development (Internet, HTML, Stylesheets & Basics of Multimedia) Financial Management &Accounting Total Credits

Second Semester
SUb. Code Title Credit MC0066 OOPS using C++ 4 MC0067 Database Management System (DBMS and Oracle 9i) 4 MC0068 Data Structures using C 4 MC0069 System Analysis & Design (SAD) 4 MC0070 Operating Systems with Unix 4 Total Credits 40

Providing specialization in computer science with technical, professional and communication skills. Train future industry professionals.

Provision for lateral entry to the second semester of MCA: Eligibility: 3 year graduation and six month Computer course from a reputed institution *. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees, an additional lateral entry fee of Rs.3,700/- (including examination fees) is payable by the students opting under this scheme. Note: In this Lateral Entry Scheme, students have to appear and pass the First Semester Examination. Books of First semester will be supplied by the University and Internal Assessment will be completed at the Learning centre.

Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. Semester Fee: I & IISemester: Rs.10,450/- per semester, III, IV, V and VI semester: Rs.11 ,450/- per semester inclusive of exam fees or as revised from time to time. Minimum duration: 1 year (2 semesters) {for PGDCA); 2 years (4 semesters) {for MScCS}; 3 years (6 semesters) {for MCA}. Maximum duration: 2 years {for PGDCA); 4 years {for MScCS); 6 years {for MCA}. Minimum counseling and hands-on at Learning Centres: 240 hrs/semester. experience

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3. such a student shall Science be awarded (MScCS). This category for MSc CS. Note: In this Lateral Entry Scheme. if a student wishes to discontinue the program. Code MC0081 Title . Code MC0086 MC0087 MC0088 MC0089 Title Digital Image Processing Internetworking Project Total Credits with TCP/IP & Data Mining Data Warehousing Credit 4 4 4 8 120 and pass the Second Semester semester Assessment Examination. Code MC0071 MC0072 MC0073 MC0074 MC0075 Title Software Engineering Computer Graphics System Programming Statistical & Numerical Methods using C++ Computer Networks Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 4 60 Fourth Semester SUb. University/successful completion course (Computers) from DOEACC after graduation.(including payable by the students opting under this scheme. Note: MScCS students who wants to continue their MCA need to the Master of Science in Computer (a) BCNBSc(IT/CS/AIT)/BE/BTech(IT/CS/E&C/E&E) recognized qualification University. OR (b) 3 year graduation recognized with PGDCNPGDIT from a is not eligible for exit surrender Provisional Certificate and MScCS Degree Certificate at or equivalent from a of A level the time of applying fortheir MCA Degree Certificate. qualification Additional This MC0082 MC0083 MC0084 MC0085 years Advanced Design is not Diploma in IT for Technology eligible for MSc CS. OR Fifth Semester SUb. University at the Learning centre. an additional examination fees) is Fees: lateral entry fee of Rs.7001. will be supplied will be completed by the students have to appear Books of second and Internal Sixth Semester SUb.Third Semester SUb. 24 .(DOT)Net Technologies Theory of Computer Science & 4 4 100 Object Oriented Analysis & Design using UML Software Project Management Quality Assurance Advanced Operating Systems (Distributed Systems) Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 (c) 3year from graduation Centre for with Electronic category 2 year and diploma from of exit CMC/ET& T IN liT I APTECH/2 India(CEDIT). In addition to the normal fees. Code MC0076 MC0077 MC0078 MC0079 MC0080 Title Management Advanced Information Systems Database Systems Methods 4 4 80 Credit 4 4 4 Java Programming Computer Based Optimization (Statisticsl Applied OR) Analysis & Design of Algorithms Total Credits Provision Eligibility: for lateral entry to the third semester of MCA : After successful completion of the first four semesters of MCA.

Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. 2 years (4 semesters). and hands-on experience at learning Provision for lateral entry into third semester Eligibility: Successful completion programs from SMU. Code MT0036 MT0037 MT0038 MT0039 MT0040 MT0041 Semester Title Switching Broadband and Transmission Communication Credit Fundamentals 2 2 2 2 4 4 32 that will allow them to develop their professional the design of complex computer applications/science. Code pass the First Semester Examination.3. design. 3 year Graduation. IT architecture is an strategic goals.in 25 . JDBC. Students need not appear for the first and second semester examinations and no lateral entry fee will be applicable. Note: In this Lateral Entry Scheme. Fee: duration: duration: counseling Rs. A maximum gap of one year is allowed for the students admitted into this scheme. for lateral entry to second semester of MSc IT: are eligible to seek admission semester.smude. The technical components therefore includes both computing technology in the same world. It has both 'logical' and 'technical' components. At the end of this program. include IT standards network and rules that will be usee to implement the logical architecture. It and communication The primary objectives of the program are as under: • To equip postgraduate Information Technology. power to build sophisticated software for wide area of applications. Code Eligibility: Semester Minimum Maximum Minimum centres: Provision Eligibility: examination fees or as revised from time to time. develop and to maintain software development. OR (b) BCN BSc (CS/AIT/IT)/ BE/B.NETTechnology Computer Architecture Total Credits professional relevance.Master of Science in Information Technoloqy Post G aduate ~iplorma in Information Technology The MSc-IT program integratee framework The logical is aimee at designing and implementing for acquiring and evolving IT to achieve include mission.450/per semester inclusive of Third MT0042 MT0043 MT0044 MT0045 MT0046 MT0047 Semester Title C++ Discrete Mathematics IT law and Practice JAVA Oracle9i Advance Software Engi neeri ng Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 48 of MScIT: SUb. Skills to work with higher end applications in internet technologies. students have to appear and SUb. Dexterity in advanced programming languages. Note: Students of PGDIT (Revisee Aug 2005) directly to third 160 hrs/semester. • To equip knowledge students with the theoretical and practical that is necessary to enable them to understand also prepares in the field students to embrace future and has a demonstrated students with an integrated set of skills careers in Second SUb. also managerial ability to analyze.edu. Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [PG DIT] After successful completion of first two semesters of MSc IT students will be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [PGDIT]. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Program Structure First Semester Title Basics of IT Structured System Analysis & Design [SSAD] Data Structure Using' C ' DBMS & SQLServer Internet and Multimedia Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 16 SUb. • The program developments Wireless Mobile Communication Artificial Intelligence & Remote Communication Visual Basic with . EJB] &XML Project Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 64 to get (a) 3 year Graduation from a recognized university and six month Computer course from a reputed institution *. 4 years. functional and and advancee traditional computing environment. informational system configurations. JSP.9. * For list of approved institutions visit our website www. • The program helps students to acquire the latest skills and build their future capabilities using world-class technology. Books of First semester will be supplied by the University and Internal Assessment will be completed atthe Learning centre.T echofrom a recognizee university.700/. • • the student will possess a strong foundation of computer systems and information technology. Fourth MT0048 MT0049 MT0050 MT0051 MT0052 MT0053 Semester Title Client Server Architecture Voice Over IP Management Information System [MIS] Internet Working with TCP/IP JAVA Beans [With Servlets. Code MT0031 MT0032 MT0033 MT0034 MT0035 information flows. components requirements.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting under this scheme.

Semester Fee: Rs.7001. Every major corporate in India. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. OR (c) 3-year Graduation with 2 year Diploma from CMC I ET&T I NIIT/APTECH/2 year advanced Diploma in IT from Centre for Electronic Design & Technology of India (CEDTI). The rapidly changing nature of telecom technology calls for highly competent and up-to-date trainers-a most challenging task. Code ME0012 ME0013 ME0014 ME0015 ME0016 ME0017 Title Credit Overview of Telecom Technology 4 Switching & Transmission Fundamentals 4 New Generation Networks (Optical Base Network) 2 Signaling System Number7 2 WMLScript&WAP 2 Client Server Architecture 2 Total Credits 48 Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. be it domestic or multinational.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centre. To impart programming and database handling skills and provide exposure to the latest trends in programming. which will help learners to excel in telecom field.3. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. Minimum. Third Semester SUb. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. is viewing the telecom sector as a potential profit earner in the future. Maximum duration: 4 years. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Minimum counseling and hands-on learning centres: 160 hrs/semester. The first and the second semesters of MScTI aim at preparing a graduate to acquire the fundamental knowledge of telecom.4501. experience at Program Structure First Semester SUb. Code Title Credit MEOO01 Computer Basics 4 MEOO02 C & Object Oriented Programming (OOPS) 4 MEOO03 Basic Electronics for Telecom 2 MEOO04 Java Programming 2 MEOO05 Basic Principles of Networking 4 Total Credits 16 Second Semester SUb. Students will be exposed to the latest trends in programming languages and RDBMS. networking and IT. Market and Service ME0023 Project Total Credits Credit 4 2 2 2 2 4 64 26 .10. Code Title ME0018 Voice over IP ME0019 Geographical Information System ME0020 Artificial Intelligence & Remote Communication ME0021 Billing & Customer Care ME0022 Telecommunication Regulation. OR (b)3-year Graduation with PGDCA/PGDIT or equivalent from a recognized university I successful completion of A level course (Computers) from DOEACC after graduation.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. The third and fourth semesters of MScTI are focused on the core telecommunication subjects. Learn the characteristics of human speech and the generation of electrical signals in modern telephone. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). Code Title MEOO06 Principles of Digital Telecom MEOO07 Broadband Communication Network MEOO08 Wireless Communication System MEOO09 Mathematics for Telecommunications ME0010 Database Management ME0011 Software Engineering Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 32 Fourth Semester SUb.Technology The revolutionary changes sweeping through the telecommunications industry have a direct impact on almost every business decision made today. Objectives: • • • To develop strong technical competence in modern IT practices intelecom field. Provision for lateral entry to second semester of MScTT : Eligibility: (a) BCA I BSc (IT/CS/AIT) I BE I B Tech from a recognized university.

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Minimum duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Objectives: objectives • • • The program aims at realizing the following • • • To integrate and manage administrative systems. technology To make informed decisions in the selection. Code BB0027 BB0028 BB0029 BB0030 BB0031 Title Credit Cross-culture Aspects of Business 4 Entrepreneurship Development 4 Economic Reforms Process in India 4 Role of International Financial Institutions 2 Management Development 2 Total Credits 96 29 . The program blends the three core disciplines of management. Maximum duration: 6 years. contemporary theories of organizational To manage administrative functions with respect to planning. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education. communication and information systems into a balanced program providing the contemporary manager with effective skills. staffing and controlling. Semester Fee: Rs. Code BB0022 BB0023 BB0024 BB0025 BB0026 Title Credit Capital and Money Market 4 Multinationals & their Roles 4 Introduction to International Marketing 4 e-Commerce 2 Introduction to Technology Management 2 Total Credits 80 Third Semester SUb. Competition & Environment 2 Communication Skills in English 2 Computer Fundamentals 4 FinancialAccounting 4 Total Credits 16 Fourth Semester SUb.s Administration The BBA program is directed at preparing participants for the challenges of supervisory and middle-level management positions in the public or private sector. To apply behaviour.200/. Code BB0017 BB0018 BB0019 BB0020 BB0021 Title Credit Financial Reporting 2 Human Resource Management 2 Taxation 4 Managing Information 4 Production and Operation Management 4 Total Credits 64 Second Semester SUb. organizing. the program offers general business programs to broaden the prospective manager's knowledge base. Program Structure First Semester SUb. Code BB0012 BB0013 BB0014 BB0015 BB0016 Title Management Accounting FinancialSystem &Auditing Introduction to Internet Quality Management Small Business Manaqement Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 2 2 48 Sixth Semester SUb. To use information and communication effectively. Inaddition. utilization and evaluation of information technology. Code BBOO01 BBOO02 BBOO03 BBOO04 BBOO05 BBOO06 Title Credit Marketing 2 Organization Behavior 2 Organization.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. experience at To communicate effectively through writing and in interpersonal communication. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. Code BBOO07 BBOO08 BBOO09 BB0010 BB0011 Title Credit Management Information System (MIS) 2 Legal Regulatory Framework 2 Business Strategy 4 Quantitative Techniques in Business 4 Managing Financial Resources 4 Total Credits 32 Fifth Semester SUb.9.

000 people. To hone the student's analytical abilities. and practical knowledge of Retail To provide an integrated perspective of management functioning along with a fair amount of exposure to real life cases/technical know how in the Retail sector. Code CA0013 CA0014 CA0015 CA0016 CA0017 CA0018 30 . To use information effectively. Code CA0029 CA0030 CA0031 CA0032 CA0033 SUb. Code CAOO01 CAOO02 CAOO03 CAOO04 CAOO05 CAOO06 CAOO07 Learning 160 hrs/semester. Fourth CA0019 CA0020 CA0021 CA0022 Semester Title Business Strategy Advertising Buying Merchandising Total Credits -II Credit 4 4 4 4 64 SUb. through writing and in • • • • • To communicate effectively interpersonal communication. Code & Sales Management Second SUb. Code CAOO08 CAOO09 CA0010 CA0011 CA0012 Semester Title Management Quantitative Warehouse Project Total Credits Credit Information Systems Techniques Management in Business 2 2 4 4 4 32 Fifth Semester Title Research Methodology Management Introduction e-Commerce Introduction Total Credits to Technology Management Case studies in Retail Accounting to International Marketing Credit 2 4 4 2 2 2 80 SUb. the retail industry will require a total 900.India's retail sector is valued at US$ 300 billion with a consumer base of 1. 10+2 or equivalent Education Rs. and hands-on experience at counseling Centres: Program Structure First Semester Title Marketing Organizational Merchandising Retail Cashiering Retail Job Knowledge Total Credits Behavior -I Supply Chain Management Store Operations Credit 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 SUb. 6 years. utilization evaluation of opportunities/choices available. the retail industry. duration: duration: 3 years (6 semesters). With this demand. SMU offers a Bachelor's program in Retail Operations which encompasses an appropriate mix of academic and professional skills development.700/per semester inclusive Eligibility: / 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Semester examination Minimum Maximum Minimum Fee: of fees or as revised from time to time.9. According to a survey conducted by India Retailing Forum.2 billion people. It is therefore imperative to provide learning opportunities to develop knowledge and skills which will immediately help in bridging the skill gap and also cater to the growing demand from this industry. Retail as a sector for employment has gained attention not only from the Government but also from the general public. today. • • To provide theoretical operations. Code CA0023 CA0024 CA0025 CA0026 CA0027 CA0028 Human Resource Management Third Semester Title Retail Management Communication Skills in English Financial Accounting Quality Management Small Business Management Logistics Management Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 2 2 4 48 Sixth Semester Title Legal Regulatory Framework Retail Project/Property Management Processes Modem Retail Management Retail Service Management Management Total Credits Development Credit 2 4 4 4 2 96 SUb. is facing a huge shortage of employable skills. required by the retail industry. To give the student a starting edge in the Retail Industry. and communication technology and To make informed decisions in selection. Objectives:The program aims at realizing the following objectives: • To develop the essential management skills required to meet and participate in an increasingly competitive business environment and with special focus on the Retail sector. Major global retailers are also looking at setting up operations in India to capitalize on this large consumer base. skilled and unskilled.

Maximum duration: 6 years. outsourcing and other international jobs. Code Title Credit BM0024 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship 4 BM0025 Visual Basic 4 BM0026 CRM (Customer Relationship Management) 4 BM0027 Insurance and Risk Management 4 Total Credits 96 31 . This program covers accounting. Imparting broad knowledge commerce. Objectives: objectives • The program aims at realizing the following • Equipping students with business skills and communication skills and knowledge of legal issues required by various departments of different organizations. Code Title BM0019 BM0020 BM0021 BM0022 BM0023 Management Information System (MIS) Electronic Banking Financial Management FinancialServices Capital and Money Market Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 80 Ecosystem and Micro Economics Office Manaqement & Secretarial Practice Programming in C & C++ Marketing Management Total Credits Third Semester SUb. accounts and IT. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester.6. • Program Structure First Semester SUb. Minimum duration: 3 years (6 semesters). in advanced areas of • Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board of Technical Education. experience at inclusive of Enabling students to acquire the necessary skills and strategies to cope with the ever increasing requirements of industries and business inthe globalized era. Code Title BM0010 BM0011 BM0012 BM0013 Credit Economics: Environment and Macro Policy 4 Business Law 4 Database Management and Oracle 4 Advanced Accountancy 4 Total Credits 48 Sixth Semester SUb. Allowing students to compete in the global market for BPO. Code BM0014 BM0015 BM0016 BM0017 BM0018 Second Semester SUb. economic and financial principles and a basic understanding of the technologies underlying e-commerce.200/. insurance and risk management. Semester Fee: Rs.System The basic objective behind designing the Bachelor of Commerce in Information System (BComIS) program is to impart appropriate business skills coupled with the latest techniques in the IT field. Code Title BMOO06 BMOO07 BMOO08 BMOO09 Credit 4 4 4 4 32 Fifth Semester SUb.per semester examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code BMOO01 BMOO02 BMOO03 BMOO04 BMOO05 Title Credit FinancialAccounting 4 Modem Indian/ Foreign Language 4 Mathematics and Statistics 4 Business Organization and Management 2 Basic Computer Application 2 Total Credits 16 Fourth Semester Title Credit e-Commerce and Application Package 4 Business Taxation and Auditing 4 Management and Cost Accounting 4 Secured e-Transaction 2 Human Resource Management 2 Total Credits 64 SUb.

adapt and integrate these skills in different management settings. 32 . A broad knowledge of concepts. Program Structure First Semester SUb.The phenomenal growth being experienced by the manufacturing and services sectors and with globalization of markets.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Maximum duration: 2 years. these sectors are increasingly looking at employing skills which require a knowledge of management principles and with managerial capability. Theabilityto make competent decisions. Code PBOO07 PBOO08 PBOO09 PB0010 PB0011 PB0012 Title Credit Production and Operations Management 3 Financial Management 3 Marketing Management 3 Management Information System 3 Operations Research 3 Project Management 3 Total Credits 36 Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. supported by multi functional knowledge with the ability to apply. Semester Fee: Rs. Effective communication skills. Such students will be exempted Iand IIsemester examinations and no lateral entry fee is required to be paid. This program will provide a foundation in essential management principles. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester.10. There has also been considerable progress and advancement in management tools and techniques. provided the student registers for the 3rd Semester within three years of registering for the PGDBA.450/. Objectives: The PGDBA Program aims to improve the students' capability to manage in a business environment. Code Title PBOO01 Management Process and Organization Behavior PBOO02 Business Communication PBOO03 Statistics for Management PBOO04 Financialand Management Accounting PBOO05 Managerial Economics PBOO06 Human Resource Management Total Credits Credit 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 Second Semester SUb. Minimum duration: 1 year (2 semesters). SMU has therefore designed and developed a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration to cater the needs of professionals. experience at Note: A person who has successfully completed the SMU PGDBA program is eligible for Lateral Entry to IIIsemester of MBA (Revised Fall' 07). policies and techniques applicable to efficient administration and management of business. students are expected to have acquired: • • • • A systematic approach to identification of business problems and their solutions. On completion of the program.

33 .10.450 per semester. should they wish to acquire a post graduate diploma qualification in an added area of specialization.PG Diploma in specialization areas of MBA (Revised Fall 2007) Financial Management R~~~u~~e Management In~~~~:~~n Management M ~anki~g nt a age e Objectives • To attract students who have either completed a post graduate program in general management. Code Title MB0034 Research Methodology MB0035 LegalAspects of Business 4 subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) Begin Project work* Total Credits Credit 3 3 8 14 Second Semester SUb. or an equivalent of a two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from an AICTE approved institution. To provide in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of specialization. inclusive of examination fees. To open up more career opportunities to these potential students. following completion of an MBA. Exemptions: Students who have completed the SMU MBA degree (Revised Fall 2007) may be exempted from taking the core subjects offered in the first and second semesters of the PG Diploma. Minimumduration: 1 year (2 semesters). Evaluation will be conducted in semester II. • • • Maximum duration: 2 years. or as revised from time to time. or may wish to specialize further. since they would have taken these as a part of the MBA program. Semester Fee: Rs. experience at Eligibility: An MBA degree from a recognized University. Program Structure First Semester SUb. under a company guide. while on the job. It will commence in Semester I and will be completed in Semester II. To give students the option of studying further. Students who have completed the SMU MBA degree in the past are also eligible to pursue this program. Code Title MB0036 MB0037 Strategic Management & Business Policy International Business Management 4 subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) Complete Project work* Total Credits Credit 3 3 8 4 32 * The Project will be done in the area of specialization and should be a live project on an ongoing problem faced by an organization. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester.

Code MFOOO1 MFOOO2 MFOOO3 MFOOO4 MFOOO5 Title Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Merqers & Acquisitions Taxation Management Internal Audit & Control Project Credit 2 2 2 2 Second Semester SUb. Code MUOOO1 MUOOO2 MUOOO3 MUOOO4 MUOOO5 Title Manpower Planning & Re-sourcing Management HRAudit Project Credit 2 2 2 2 Second Semester SUb. Code MKOOO1 MKOOO2 MKOOO3 MKOOO4 MKOOO5 Title Sales. Code Title MUOOO6 MUOOO7 MUOOO8 MUOOO9 MUOOO5 Compensation Performance Benefits Management Credit 2 & Organizational Development & Appraisal 2 2 2 4 Employee Relations Management Talent Management Change Management Project & Employee Retention Post Graduate Diploma in Information Systems Management (PGDISM) First Semester SUb. Code MLOOO1 MLOOO2 MLOOO3 MLOOO4 MLOOO5 Title Warehousing Management Credit Second Semester SUb.Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management (PGDFM) First Semester SUb. Code Title MFOOO6 MFOOO7 MFOOO8 MFOOO9 MFOOO5 International Merchant Project Financial Management Treasury Management Banking & Financial Services Insurance & Risk Management Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM) First Semester SUb. Distribution & Supply Chain Management Consumer Behavior Retail Marketing Market Research Project Credit 2 2 2 2 MKOOO7 MKOOO8 MKOOO9 MKOOO5 Second Semester SUb. Code MIOO24 MIOO25 MIOO26 MIOO27 MIOO28 Title Software Engineering Database Management Computer Project Networks Systems (DBMS) Credit 2 2 2 2 Second Semester SUb. Code Title MIOO29 MIOO30 MIOO31 MIOO32 MIOO28 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) e-Commerce Technology Project Management Java and Web Design Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Business Intelligence & Tools Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Management (PGDBM) First Semester SUb. Code Title MLOOO6 2 2 2 2 MLOOO7 MLOOO8 MLOOO9 MLOOO5 Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management Advertising Management Mall Management Project Management Project Credit 2 2 2 2 4 & Supply Chain Buying & Merchandising Store Operations Retail IT Management Project & Sales Promotion 34 . Code Title MAOO32 MAOO33 MAOO34 MAOO35 MAOO31 Merchant Corporate Institutional Project Banking & Financial Services Banking Banking Treasury Management Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Post Graduate Diploma in Retail Operations Management (PGDROM) First Semester SUb. Code Title MKOOO6 Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management Advertising e-Marketing International Project Marketing Management Credit 2 2 2 2 4 & Sales Promotion Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM) First Semester SUb. Code MAOO27 MAOO28 MAOO29 MAOO30 MAOO31 Title Financial Systems & Commercial Banking Operations Retail Banking Project Banking Banking Related Laws & Practices Credit 2 2 2 2 Second Semester SUb.

Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. The program also involves participation in group work with students from diverse backgrounds and is aimed at improving the decision making abilities of the participants in management related areas. In each of the third and fourth semesters.7001. Providingquality learningin higher education is becoming a major focus area in the country not only with the Government but. experience at SUb. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the LearningCentre. it is imperative to provide quality education to this population which will create skills required by various sectors of the economy and industry. Minimum duration: 2 years (4 semesters). there will be two compulsory papers and four papers of the specialization selected by the student.4501. To provide access to a broad base of knowledge in core managerial skills. To develop the essential management skills required to meet and participate in an increasinglyinternational business environment.3.The need of the day for any educational institution is to provide education that encompassesworld classcurriculumand isalsoindustryfocused.ministration (Revised Fall 2007) Specialization in Finance Marketing Human Resources Information Systems Banking Retail Operations Education is a primary ingredient and also a key to success in any profession. To hone the student's analytical abilities.10. Third Semester Core Subjects + Specialization Subjects Credit 3 3 8 50 • • • • Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Code Title Credit MB0036 Strategic Management and Business Policy 3 MB0037 International Business Management 3 Four Subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) 8 Project@ 4 Total Credits 68 35 .(including examination fees) is payable by students opting forthis scheme. Students will be permitted only one specialization. also increasingly. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. Code Title Credit MB0028 Production and Operations Management 3 MB0029 Financial Management 3 MB0030 Marketing Management 3 MB0031 Management Information System 3 MB0032 Operations Research 3 MB0033 Project Management 3 Total Credits 36 Provision for lateral entry to second semester of MBA (First Level): Eligibility: (a) BBAI BBM from a recognized University OR (b) 3-year Graduation with PGDBA from AICTE recognised institution OR (c) 3-year Graduation with 6 month Management Diploma from an institution and min 1 year managerial 1 supervisory experience in reputed organization thereafter OR (d) 3-year Graduation and min 3 year manageriall supervisory experience ina reputed organizationthereafter. Core Subjects+ SpecializationSubjects SUb. Semester Fee: Rs. The specialization should be selected by the student while reregistering for the third semester. Program Structure First Semester Core Subjects Credit 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 SUb. With a booming economy and a young population. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Maximum duration: 4 years.with educational institutions. To build upon the essential core management modules allowing greater emphasis on elective modules of management. Note: In this lateralentry scheme. The core subjects are aimed at developing knowledge and skills in fundamental management disciplines. There will also be a project in the area of specialization. Code Title MB0034 Research Methodology MB0035 Legal Aspects of Business Four Subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) Project@ Total Credits Fourth Semester Students are required to take six subjects in each of the first two semesters. commerce and services.curriculumand methodology initsprograms offeredto itsdistancelearningstudents.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code Title MB0022 Management Process and Organization Behavior MB0023 Business Communication MB0024 Statistics for Management MB0025 Financialand Management Accounting MB0026 Managerial Economics MB0027 Human Resource Management Total Credits Second Semester Core Subjects SUb. To provide an integrated perspective of management functioning along with a fair amount of exposure to real life cases 1 technical know how. Objectives:The program aims at realizingthe following objectives• • To provide intensive theoretical and practical knowledge of management. SMU has been addressing this growing need by continuously upgradingand enhancingthe quality. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an integrated program designed to provide an advanced program in management for those seeking managerial positions in industry.

Code Title MFOOO6 MFOOO7 MFOOO8 MFOOO9 MFOOO5 Fourth Semester Credit 2 2 2 2 4 International Financial Management Treasury Manaqement Merchant Banking & Financial Services Insurance & Risk Management Project@ Marketing SUb. 36 . Code Title MUOOO1 MUOOO2 MUOOO3 MUOOO4 MUOOO5 Manpower Planning & Re-sourcing Management & Organizational Development Employee Relations Management HRAudit Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 Human Resource Management SUb. Code Title MAOO27 MAOO28 MAOO29 MAOO30 MAOO31 Financial Systems & Commercial Banking Banking Related Laws & Practices Banking Operations Retail Banking Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 Banking SUb. Code Title MIOO24 MIOO25 MIOO26 MIOO27 MIOO28 Software Engineering Database Management Systems (DBMS) Computer Networks Business Intelligence & Tools Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 Information Systems SUb. Code Title MFOOO1 MFOOO2 MFOOO3 MFOOO4 MFOOO5 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Merqers & Acquisitions Taxation Management Internal Audit & Control Project@ Special ization Finance Credit 2 2 2 2 SUb.Third Semester Finance SUb. Code Title MAOO32 MAOO33 MAOO34 MAOO35 MAOO31 Merchant Banking & Financial Services Treasury Management Corporate Banking Institutional Banking Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Retail Operations SUb. Code Title MKOOO1 MKOOO2 MKOOO3 MKOOO4 MKOOO5 Sales. Code Title MKOOO6 MKOOO7 MKOOO8 MKOOO9 MKOOO5 Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management Advertising Management & Sales Promotion e-Marketing International Marketing Project@ Human Resource Management SUb. Code Title MLOOO6 MLOOO7 MLOOO8 MLOOO9 MLOOO5 Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management Advertising Management & Sales Promotion Mall Management Project Management Project@ @ The Project will be done in the area of specialization and should be a live project on an ongoing problem faced by an organization. under a company guide. Code Title MUOOO6 MUOOO7 MUOOO8 MUOOO9 MUOOO5 Compensation Benefits Performance Manaqement & Appraisal Talent Management & Employee Retention Change Management Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Information Systems SUb. Distribution & Supply Chain Management Consumer Behavior Retail Marketing Market Research Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 Marketing SUb. Code Title MLOOO1 MLOOO2 MLOOO3 MLOOO4 MLOOO5 Warehousing & Supply Chain Management Buying & Merchandising Store Operations Retail IT Management Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 Retail Operations SUb. Evaluation will be conducted in semester 4. Code Title MIOO29 MIOO30 MIOO31 MIOO32 MIOO28 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) e-Commerce Technology Management Java and Web Design Project@ Credit 2 2 2 2 4 Banking SUb. It will commence in Semester 3 and will be completed in Semester 4.

tern Program Structure First Semester aims at realizing the following SUb. Code MMOO06 Title Database Management Financial Management Fundamentals of e. software as well as software programming. . outsourcing other international jobs. Semester examination Minimum Maximum Minimum Learning Fee: Rs. duration: duration: 2 years (4 semesters).banking.Business & C Programming Economics Visual Basic Total Credits of Business Growth System Credit 4 4 4 2 2 32 e. in the global market for BPO. and hands-on experience counseling Centres: at 160 hrs/semester.2001- per semester inclusive MMOO09 MM0010 fees or as revised from time to time. Code MMOO01 to acquire the necessary skills and requirements of in the globalized era. up-to-date knowledge of MMOO02 MMOO03 MMOO04 MMOO05 Title Management Process & Organization Behavior Economic Analysis (Production Management Fundamentals Total Credits and Accounting of Computer Applications Credit 4 This program meaningful is intended to make commerce education more and relevant so as to cater to the need of the hour in the business world. accounting Second Semester SUb.7. Eligibility: 3 year Graduation in Commerce 1 Economics 1 of MMOO07 MMOO08 Banking 1 Finance 1 Insurance 1 Accounting. 4 years. Objectives: objectives• To enable the students strategies to cope The program & Pricing) 4 4 2 2 16 with ever increasing industries and businesses • To help the students to acquire Business Environment information technologies • To compete and business trends. etc. • To equip students with computer knowledge.

an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Code MM0016 MM0017 MM0018 MM0019 Title International Business and Accounting Information System Audits & Control Business Data Communication Elective * Total Credits Credit 4 2 2 8 64 * Under elective.700/.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting under this scheme. Group1 Third Semester SUb. Code Title MM0011 Accounting Theory (new standards) MM0012 Secured e-Commerce Transaction & Object Oriented Programming MM0013 Electronic Banking & Transactions MM0014 Business Policy MM0015 Company Law & New Regulatory Mechanics of Business Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 2 2 48 MM1901 MM1902 Group2 MM1903 MM1904 Marketing Management and Marketing Research Internet Marketing 4 Credits 4 Credits Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Insurance and Risk Management 4 Credits 4 Credits .Lateral entry to the second semester of MComlS : Eligibility: 3-year Graduation with at least 3 years of experience in Banking / Finance / Insurance / Accounting sector thereafter. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. students can select anyone of the following groups. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centre. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.3. Foutrh Semester SUb. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees.

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basic qualification is 10+2 or equivalent.BScFD Most of the programs are designed for multiple entry and exit. Lateral entry qualification: Lateral entry is an opportunity given to a candidate having the basic qualification and previous qualification in the relevant field to enter a higher semester. The candidates can enrol forthe programs based on basic qualification and lateralentry qualification. Candidates may exit the program at any stage and will get the corresponding Diploma / PG Diploma based on the number of semesters / examinations completed at the time of exit. The specific provisions are indicated under respective program headings. For post graduation. However such students will be required to appear and qualify in the previous semesters / relevant papers. The details of eligibility criteria and fees structure of lateral entries are indicated in respective programs headings. basic qualification is 3 year graduation or equivalent. MAJM 40 . Basic qualification: For graduation. The various entry and exit points for all the programs are illustrated below graphically.

keeping pace with the recent developments in all areas of mass media. • To strengthen the foundations for various technologies involved in mass media like computer applications. • To expose students to recent developments in media issues and media research. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent 13 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education.chelor of ~tts in Journalism and Mass Communication There is a growing need for trained media professionals. aspiring journalists to meet the needs in media industry. This program would enable the students to work in various media like print. Code Title BJ0015 BJ0016 BJ0017 BJ0018 BJ0019 Media and Society Media Laws and Media Ethics Advertising Information Society Magazine Journalism Total Credits Credit 2 4 4 4 2 64 Second Semester SUb. Code BJ0020 BJ0021 BJ0022 BJ0023 Title Media Management Media and Political System Mediaand Development Media Criticism Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 80 Third Semester SUb. and in related fields. Code BJ0011 BJ0012 BJ0013 BJ0014 Title Credit Audio-Visual Communication 4 Photojournalism 4 Technology Based Media Communication 4 Public Relations 4 Total Credits 48 Sixth Semester SUb. Code BJ0024 BJ0025 BJ0026 BJ0027 Title Credit Media Research 4 Investigative Reporting and Interviews 4 Anchor Person in TV and Radio Broadcasting 4 Project 4 Total Credits 96 41 . respective software and hardware in print. radio. 8. experience at Program Structure First Semester SUb. television. internet and the likes.700/. Semester Fee: Rs. Minimum duration: 3 years (6 semesters). This program imparts a comprehensive training to young. Students can start a full-fledged career in journalism or venture into freelancing. This program is meant for candidates who aspire for a career in mass communication and journalism. Objectives: The program objectives are • To provide students with basic journalistic skills in various mass media. Maximum duration: 6 years. television. Code Title BJOO01 BJOO02 BJOO03 BJOO04 BJOO05 Communication Skills Computer Fundamentals Fundamentals of Language Human Communication Print Journalism Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 16 Fourth Semester SUb. internet. Code BJOO06 BJOO07 BJOO08 BJOO09 BJ0010 Title Internet and New Media Organizational Behavior Computer and Printing Process Media Organization History of Media Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 2 2 32 Fifth Semester SUb. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. radio.

Program Structure First Semester SUb. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Code BF0019 BF0020 BF0021 BF0022 Title Garment Manufacturing Merchandisinq Concept of e-Commerce Management Production Credit 4 4 4 4 80 Sewing Technology Total Credits Provision Eligibility: program. / 3 year Diploma from a State per semester inclusive of of Provision semester Eligibility: for Second level lateral entry into the third of BSc FD : 10+2 and 2 year Diploma in Fashion Design from an Institution. Code BFOO06 BFOO07 BFOO08 BFOO09 Title Principles and Elements of Design Advanced Introduction Total Credits Multimedia to Pattern Making Credit 4 4 4 4 32 Fifth Semester SUb. 6 years. and hands-on experience at 240 hrs/semester. Code BF0010 BF0011 BF0012 BF0013 Title Pattern Making and Stitching Yams to Fabrics Classification Total Credits and Areas of Fashion Fashion Illustration Credit 4 4 4 4 48 students who have equivalent to pursue a career in the field of Fashion Design. internal assessment will be completed the second semester would be provided by the University and at the Learning Centre. This rapidly growing field is full of in both the garment industry and Third Semester SUb. 3 years (6 semesters).3. an additional Rs.Design This course is designed for undergraduates exciting career opportunities the private label sector. for lateral entry to second 10+2 and six months semester of of BScFD : Sixth Semester SUb. Objectives: objectives • Enabling • • The program aims at realizing completed the following 10+2 or who wish to make a career in Fashion Designing.11.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme.700 /. Note: For this lateral entry. Marketing and Advertising 42 . Enabling students in gaining the working knowledge computers and IT in fashion design.700/. Enabling students to learn various aspects of the fashion industry and design methods. Rs. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination.(including examination students opting for the scheme. Code BF0023 BF0024 BF0025 BF0026 BF0027 Title Quality Control Advanced Consumer Project Total Credits CAD Information Credit 4 4 2 2 4 96 Fashion Designing Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centres. 3. Code BFOO01 BFOO02 BFOO03 BFOO04 BFOO05 Title Introduction Introduction Introduction Computer Total Credits to Fashion Concepts to Textiles Skills in English to Yam Craft Basics Credit 4 4 2 2 4 16 Fourth Semester SUb. the students lateral entry fee of by the fees or as revised from time to time. Eligibility: Semester examination Minimum Maximum Minimum Learning 10+2 or equivalent Education.200/Fee: duration: duration: Centres: AICTE approved Board ofTechnical Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. fees) is payable have to appear and The study material for counseling pass the second semester examination. Code BF0014 BF0015 BF0016 BF0017 BF0018 Title Fabric Preparation for Consumers Embroidery Import Export Financial and Management CAD application Total Credits Accounting Credit 4 2 2 4 4 64 Communication First Semester SUb. as applied to garments.

Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication This program is specially meant for candidates career training in mass in print.9. internet program. Throughout placed on a critical approach to media and special attention will be given to communication students production have the option or corporate research. experience at Objectives: • The program following objectivesTo provide intensive theoretical various media professions of media organization • and practical knowledge ranging from the management to research. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. media radio. communication. corporate careers in various media like television and related fields. perspective of media functioning To provide an integrated along with a fair amount of exposure to technical know-how. is geared towards realizing the in Minimum duration: 2 years (4 semesters).950/- pel' semester inclusive of fees or as revised from time to time. tile television. Maximum duration: 4 years. Semester examination Fee: Rs. communication. who aspire for a and and impetus imparts will be corporate Completion advertising. . and communication. In the final semester. in either television of specializing 3 year Graduation. • To hone the student's analytical skills. Eligibility: of this program photography would open vistas for fulfilling production.

Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centre.700/. Code MJ0011 MJ0012 MJ0013 MJ0014 Title News Critics Photoqraphy and Videoqraphy Interviews for Print.nd Mass Communication Program Structure First Semester SUb. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Code MJOO06 MJOO07 MJOO08 MJOO09 MJ0010 Title Radio and Television for Communication Computer Applications Communication Television News Media Organization Communication Total Credits Provision Eligibility: (a) BAJM from a recognised University OR (b) 3 year Graduation with one year Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication or 1 year work experience in the field related to Journalism and Mass Communication thereafter. Code MJOO01 MJOO02 MJOO03 MJOO04 MJOO05 Title Internet and Media Computer Fundarnentals Mass Cornrnunication Reporting and Editing Media Laws and Ethics Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 16 Third Semester SUb. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs 3. Code MJ0015 MJ0016 Title Master thesis Elective * Total Credits Credit 4 12 64 1: Organizational Advertising Communication 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits and Public Relations and Reporting Event Management Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Radio and Television Online Journalism Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 48 Fourth Semester Second Semester SUb. for lateral entry to the second semester and Management Research in Mass 2 4 4 4 32 Group of MAJM: MJ1601 MJ1602 MJ1603 Group2: MJ1604 MJ1605 MJ1606 Television Studies Television Production Television Management and its Policy 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits * Under elective. student can select from anyone of the following combinations Credit 2 SUb. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. 44 .

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Code Title DH0016 Pharmacology DH0017 DH0018 DH0019 DH0020 Pathology (Clinical and General) Business English Medical Record Science . 11). Objectives: • To enable students to learn. Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Healthand LifeSciences under section II(A)(PageNo. • The Diploma equips candidates with the required skills to prepare medical and medico-legal documents.I Medical Record Science . • Public health departments assist in research. Fourth Semester SUb. interpret and prepare documents necessary for routine health care practices.II DH0025 DH0026 DH0027 DH0028 Credit 4 4 Introduction & Coding for Health Insurance 4 4 International Classification of Diseases and Coding Directed Practice (MRD Associated Departments* Postings) Total Credits 67 Admission & Laboratory service.I DH0012 DH0013 DH0014 DH0015 Basics of Anatomy Basics of Physiology Fundamentals of Medical Record Sciences Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 3 19 Health Information is the latest and fastest growing field.500/per semester inclusive of may appoint students to Second Semester SUb. • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent OR (b) 2 year vocational program in Medical Records/ Health Information after 10th standard from a recognized University/ Institution/Board.II (Managing OP and Medical Records Department) Problem Solving Techniques Total Credits Credit 4 4 5 examination fees or as revised from time to time. which are an integral part of hospital management. Billing section. Code Title Medical Terminology .Diploma in Health Information Administration (Revised Spring 2007) Program Structure First Semester SUb. 47 .9. Code Title Communication Skills in English DH0011 Basic Computer Skills . Code DH0021 DH0022 DH0023 Title Medical Ethics and Legal Aspects Medical Terminology . Minimum duration: 2 years (4 semesters). that includes coding for finance purposes. Semester Fee: Rs. Maximum duration: 4 years.II Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 35 supervise data collection from health care institutions and Third Semester SUb. This program is designed to develop skills in the use of ICD-10 for classifying diseases and operative procedures for comparison and statistical purposes. Minimum counselling and hands-on experience at DH0024 3 51 Learning Centres: 250 hours / semester (Average).I Basic Computer Skills . * Includes Front office.

I Systemic Bacteriology. 11). • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science OR (b) 2 year vocational program in Medical Laboratory Technology after 10th standard from a recognized University/ Institution/Board.I Total Credits 2 38 Third Semester SUb. 48 . public health facilities. Minimum counselling and hands-on experience at Fourth Semester SUb. Code Title DL0032 DL0033 DL0034 DL0035 DL0036 DL0037 Credit 2 2 4 4 2 2 54 Immunology. Code Title DL0026 Basic HaematologicalTechniques DL0027 DL0028 DL0029 DL0030 DL0031 HaematologicalDisorders Basics of Biochemistry Credit 4 3 4 Lab Reagents. industrial laboratories and in colleges.500/per semester inclusive of Program Structure First Semester SUb. Objectives: • The main aim of the program is to train students and thus provide skilled technologists in a variety of laboratory settings.Medical Laboratory Technology is one of the largest and most important professions that provide allied health care.I DL0022 Basics of Anatomy DL0023 Basics of Physiology DL0024 DL0025 Fundamentals in Laboratory Technology Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 3 19 Second Semester SUb. This diploma equips candidates with the necessary skills required to handle lab equipment and perform accurate pathological tests. Serology and Parasitology .I Carbohydrates and Lipids Proteins and Diagnostic Enzymology Blood Transfusion Techniques . 9. • The laboratory technology through distance education mode provides opportunity to the working technicians as well as to those who want to get involved in the field of laboratory medicine.I Mycology. Acid Base Balance. Semester Fee: Rs. Hormones and Tumor Markers 4 DL0039 Electrolytes. they assist physicians during the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Maximum duration: 4 years.Instrumentation and Techniques 4 2 General Bacteriology. • There are excellent job opportunities for qualified medical laboratory technologists. Factors in Haemoglobin Synthesis & Automation DL0040 Histotechnology and Cytotechnology 4 Examination of Body Fluids DL0041 4 70 Total Credits Learning Centres: 250 hours/ semester (Average). Code Title Communication Skills in English DL0021 Basic Computer Skills .I Total Credits examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code Title Credit 4 DL0038 Liver and Renal Function Tests. They can work in hospital and research laboratories. Virology and Quality Control . Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Healthand LifeSciences under section II(A)(PageNo.I Blood Bank Procedures and Haemolytic Diseases of the Newborn . These technologists are skilled scientists who perform tests that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. As vital members of the health care team. Minimum duration: 2 years (4 semesters).

II Radiographic Techniques Procedures .Routine .I Radiographic Techniques Procedures .Paper .500/- per semester inclusive of fees or as revised from time to time.Paper . Code DM0044 DM0045 DM0046 DM0047 DM0048 Title Patient Care in Diagnostic Radiographic Techniques Procedures . requirements educated with a of the health wherein students & trained in the technical aspects of the procedures special emphasis on the basic anatomy & Basic Computer Skills .Special .III Total Credits Equipment . Code DM0031 DM0032 DM0033 DM0034 DM0035 Title Communication Skills in English Credit 4 4 4 4 3 19 diagnosing to meet is designed sector. Medical imaging is an ever-expanding technical This program procedures for branch with various the new are Program Structure First Semester SUb.Special . and hands-on experience at Fourth Semester SUb. leading to a disease process.II Radiographic Techniques Procedures . 11).Paper . 4 years.Routine .Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology (Revised Spring 2007) Diagnostic innumerable diseases. Code Title Radiographic Anatomy Radiological Physics Radiographic Photography General Principles of Hospital Practice and Care of Patients Total Credits Credit 3 5 5 3 35 DM0036 DM0037 DM0038 DM0039 will alter it. Semester examination Minimum Maximum Minimum Learning Evaluation: Fee: Rs. • Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science OR (b) 2 year Diagnosis vocational after program 10th in Radiography/ from Radio Third Semester SUb.I Radiographic Techniques Procedures . Please refer to the Evaluation and Grading for Allied Health and Life Sciences under section II(A)(Page No. • To train the student in conventional in modem imaging techniques.Paper. • To educate students about a few alternative procedures radiography as well as which are not routinely performed.Special Credit 3 3 3 3 4 counselling Centres: 250 hours/ semester (Average).I Basics of Anatomy Basics of Physiology Fundamentals in Imaging Technology Total Credits pathophysiology Objectives: • of the disease process.III Quality Assurance Total Credits Radiology .Paper . and Radiation Safety 67 49 .9. Code DM0040 DM0041 DM0042 DM0043 Title Physics of Radiographic Radiographic Techniques Procedures . duration: duration: 2 years (4 semesters).Paper .Routine Credit 4 4 4 4 51 standard a recognized University/ Institution/Board. To make the students know the basic anatomy of the body so that he/she can interpret the parts on the radiograph. • To teach the basic physiology of the body & how pathology Second Semester SUb.

Genetics and Microbiology 4 Total Credits 64 Second Semester SUb. Semester Fee: Rs. The first year of this 3-year program is designed to be a foundation program with students being trained in the basics of various subjects required for a further understanding of biotechnology. 11).2. Code BOO057 BOO058 BOO059 BOO060 Title Medical Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Bioethics and IPR Practical -IIIImmunology and Molecular Biology Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 96 * This course is available only at select Learning Centres.11. Fourth Semester SUb.200/. This exciting field is full of career opportunities. The candidates seeking admission under this criterion must also undergo a foundation program in Biology in the first semester. Code BOO040 BOO041 BOO042 BOO043 Title Credit Basics of ITand Windows based applications 4 Biochemistry -II 4 Cell Biology 4 Practical-I -Cell Biology & Biochemistry 4 32 Total Credits Fifth Semester SUb. Code BOO049 BOO050 BOO051 BOO052 Title Credit Molecular Biology 4 Molecular Genetics 4 Immunology 4 Practical -II. Industrial. An additional fee of Rs. 50 . Minimum duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Molecular Genetics.200/. Code Title BOO044 Introduction to Biotechnology and Bioinformatics BOO045 Microbiology BOO046 Biophysics BOO047 Biostatistics and Mathematics BOO048 Genetics Total Credits Credit 2 4 2 4 4 48 Sixth Semester SUb. Objectives: objectives • The program aims at realizing the following Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent with Biology & Chemistry OR (b) 10+2 or equivalent in Science (without Biology). Medical and Environmental Biotechnology. Code BOO053 BOO054 BOO055 BOO056 Title Developmental Biology Cell and Tissue Culture Plant and Animal Biotechnology Environmental Biotechnology Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 80 Third Semester SUb. both at the industry and the academic or research levels. students are exposed to specialized topics in various areas of biotechnology.The program is designed for undergraduates who wish to make a career in the field of biotechnology.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time (Regarding Practical Course Fees see page 51). • Program Structure First Semester SUb. The study material shall be provided by the University and the examination will be conducted at the Learning Centres as per guidelines issued by the University.is applicable in addition to the course fee for candidates seeking admission under this criterion. Maximum duration: 6 years. experience at Providing in-depth training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of various topics like Molecular and Cell Biology. The second intermediate year consists of advanced programs in topics pertinent to the subject. Code BOO034 BOO035 BOO036 BOO037 BOO038 BOO039 Title Chemistry (Organic and Physical) Biochemistry -I Biology of Plants Biology of Invertebrates Biology of Chordates Communication Skills in English Total Credits Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 16 Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Healthand LifeSciences under section II(B)(PageNo. Minimum counseling and hands-on Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. Inthe final year. To enable students to pursue a PG degree in the field of biotechnology or specialize in specific topics like Molecular Biology or Genetics covered in the program. Tissue Culture and core areas of Biotechnology such as Agriculture.

000/. one each in II. IVand VI semesters re-registration fees. These laboratories are provided with full fledged infrastructure and trained staff to support the students. The duration of the practical course will be about 6 days. On the last day of each practical course.each year including the practical examination fees. Each practical course is of four credits. Out of the total marks. they will be conducted only at the designated laboratories. IV and VI semesters. Cost of travel and accommodation to attend the practical course at designated centers are not part of the fees and will be separately borne by the students. 70% is meant for continuous assessment over the duration of the practical course and 30% for the final examination to be held on the last day of the practical course. There will be three practical subjects. Year 1st 2nd 3rd Course Code BOO043 BOO052 BOO060 Course Cell Biology and Biochemistry Genetics and Microbiology Immunology and Molecular Biology . The fee for the practical course is Rs. Three or four laboratories are identified for this purpose and the practical courses will be scheduled only in these laboratories. Since these practical courses require advanced equipment and imported chemicals. 6. The laboratory fee should be paid to the University along with II. there will be an examination.chelor of Scienee in A~plied Biotechnology (Revised Spring 2007) Practical courses The BScBT students have to undergo mandatory practical courses once in a year as a part of the course requirement. Practical courses will be scheduled once in a year and it is compulsory for all the students to attend the practical courses.

Billing section.I Computer Skills . documents • To equip medical necessary in routine health care practices.000/. This program is designed to develop skills in the use of ICD-10 for classifying diseases and operative procedures for comparison and statistical purposes that includes coding for financial purposes. 4. Code BH0031 BH0032 BH0033 BH0034 BH0035 Title Communication Basic Computer Skills in English Skills . and hands-on experience at counselling BH0048 Learn ing Centres: Evaluation: 250 hours / semester (Average). Sixth Semester SUb. DHIA (Revised Second Semester SUb. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. Code BH0036 BH0037 BH0038 BH0039 BH0040 Title Pharmacology Pathology (Clinical and General) Business English Medical Record Science .500/per semester inclusive of Fourth Semester SUb.9. candidates and with the required documents. Please refer to the Evaluation and Grading for Allied 67 Health and Life Sciences under section II(A)(Page No. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. Code BH0041 BH0042 BH0043 BH0044 Title Medical Ethics and Legal Aspects Medical Terminology -I Medical Record Science . 11) . Semester examination Minimum Maximum Minimum Fee: Rs.statistics Credit 3 3 5 5 83 & Epidemiology Directed Practice (MRD & Accounts Department Postings) Total Credits Basics of Anatomy Basics of Physiology Fundamentals Sciences Total Credits of Medical Record Provision for lateral entry to fifth semester of BScHIA (Second level) Eligibility: Successful completion of SMU's program introduced in February 2007). Books of the first semester will be supplied by the University and assessment will be completed at the Learning Centre. Code BH0045 BH0046 BH0047 Title Medical Terminology . Code BH0049 BH0050 BH0051 BH0052 Title Accountancy Applied Medical Transcription Bio . Objectives: • To enable students to learn.II (Managing OP and Medical Records Department) Problem Solving Techniques Total Credits Credit 4 4 5 3 51 supervise data collection from health care institutions assist in research.II Introduction & Coding for Health Insurance International Classification of Diseases and Coding Directed Practice (MRD Associated Departrnents* Postings) Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 fees or as revised from time to time. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination. OR (b) 2 year vocational Information after program 10th in Medical from Records/ a Health standard recognized University/ Institution/Board. • Public health departments may appoint graduates to and Third Semester SUb. 6 years. The program provides the opportunities to practice and develop skills in collecting health care data and analyse the records. skills to prepare which are an medico-legal integral part of hospital management. Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent. duration: duration: 3 years (6 semesters).II Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 35 The students are exempted upto fourth semester examination and no lateral entry fee is required to be paid. Admission & laboratory service.I Credit 4 4 4 4 3 19 SUb.Health information is the latest and fastest growing field. Additional fee: In addition to normal fee. Includes Front office. Code BH0053 BH0054 BH0055 Title Computer Applications in Health and Public Hospital Administration Relations Project Total Credits Credit 3 5 9 100 52 . interpret and prepare Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BScHIA (First Level): Eligibility: Two year Diploma / Certificate in Medical Record Technology from a recognized institution after 10+2. Fifth Semester Program Structure First Semester SUb.

(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. Books of the first will standard recognized Institution/Board. the basic anatomy & pathophysiology Objectives: • To make the students with a special emphasis on of the disease process.000/. • To train the students in conventional radiography Technology from a recognized institution after 10+2. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. category of students are required to do only 6 months internship instead of one year internship. duration: 4 years (8 semesters). Program Structure First Semester SUb.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. and hands-on experience at (Second Level): Eligibility: Technology Two year Diploma / Certificate from a recognized institution in Radio Diagnosis after 10+2. program is designed to meet the new requirements sector. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs.9. entry to second semester fees or as revised from time to time. This counselling Centres: 250 hours/ semester (Average).I Basics of Anatomy Basics of Physiology Fundamentals of Imaging Technology Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 3 19 Additional In addition to normal fee.Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology (Revised Spring 2007) The BScMIT procedures program focuses on the innumerable disease technical This Second Semester SUb. Minimum Maximum duration: duration: fee: 3 years.> years 7 years. Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science. wherein the students are educated of the health & trained in the technical aspects of the procedures. • To teach the basic physiology of the body & how pathology will alter it leading to a disease process. Minimum Maximum Additional duration: duration: fee: 3 11. Semester examination Minimum Fee: semester will be supplied by the University and assessment be completed Provision at the Learning Centre. a student has to appear and pass Rs. • To educate students about a few alternative procedures semesters). Please refer to the Evaluation and Grading for Allied Health and Life Sciences under section II(A)(Page No. This category of students are required to do full internship of one year (VII & VIII in modem imaging techniques. 4. Code BD0031 BD0032 BD0033 BD0034 BD0035 Title Communication Skills in English Basic Computer Skills . learn the basic anatomy of the body Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BScMIT (First Level): Eligibility: as well as One year Diploma / Certificate in Radio Diagnosis so that he/she can interpret the parts on the radiograph. 6 years.000/. 11) . Books of the first will semester will be supplied by the University and assessment be completed at the Learning Centre. Including 1 year (2 for lateral of BScMIT semesters) internship. 4. Maximum Minimum Learning Evaluation: duration: 8 years. Code BD0036 BD0037 BD0038 BD0039 Title Radiographic Anatomy Radiological Physics Radiographic Photography General Principles of Hospital Practice and Care of Patients Total Credits Credit 3 5 5 3 35 for diagnosing various processes. which are not routinely performed. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination.500/per semester inclusive of the first semester examination. 53 . an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. OR (b) 2 year vocational after 10th program in Radiography/ from a Radio Diagnosis University/ In addition to normal fee.

III Quality Assurance Total Credits Radiology .Paper .Paper .Paper .Special . Code BOO049 BOO050 BOO051 BOO052 Title Physics of New Imaging ModalitiesCT MRI Credit 4 4 4 4 83 BOO063 & Ultrasound Physics of New Imaging Modalities- & Oigital Imaging CT Imaging & Contrast Techniques CT Imaging .II Radiographic Techniques Procedures . Patient Care. Code BOO040 BOO041 BOO042 BOO043 Title Physics of Radiographic Radiographic Techniques Procedures . OMIT (Revised The students are exempted upto fourth semester examination and no lateral entry fee is required to be paid. 54 .Patient Care. Code BOO061 BOO062 Title CT Imaging MRI Front Office Total Credits Credit 6 6 4 132 Fifth Semester SUb.Program Structure Third Semester SUb.Paper . 4 years. Technologist's Role and Practical Total Credits Provision for lateral entry to fifth semester of BScM IT (Third level): Eligibility : Successful completion of SMU's program introduced in February 2007).II Radiographic Techniques Procedures .Paper .Routine .I Radiographic Techniques Procedures .Routine Credit 4 4 4 4 51 Sixth Semester SUb. Minimum Maximum duration: duration: 2 years.I Radiographic Techniques Procedures .Routine .III Total Credits Equipment .Special Credit 3 3 3 3 4 67 Seventh Semester SUb.Special .Paper . Code BOO058 BOO059 BOO060 Title Radiographic Radiographic USG/Ooppier Total Credits Positioning Special Procedures Credit 6 5 5 116 and Radiation Safety Eighth Semester SUb. Code BOO044 BOO045 BOO046 BOO047 BOO048 Title Patient Care in Oiagnostic Radiographic Techniques Procedures . Technologist's Role and Practical Organizing and Managing Oepartment Project Total Credits Imaging Fourth Semester SUb. Code BOO053 BOO054 BOO055 BOO056 BOO057 Title Ultrasound Interventional Imaging and Oigital Radiology Credit 3 3 4 3 4 100 MRI Imaging.

I Credit 4 4 4 4 Technology 3 19 entry fee of Rs. Semester examination Minimum semesters) Maximum Minimum learning Fee: Rs. Including 1 year (2 for lateral entry to second BScML T (Second Level): Eligibility: Two year Diploma / Certificate in Medical Laboratory from a recognized institution after 10+2.500/per semester inclusive of semester will be supplied by the University and assessment be completed Provision at the Learning Centre. semester of fees or as revised from time to time. industrial Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BScML T (First Level): Eligibility: Technology One year Diploma / Certificate in Medical Laboratory from a recognized institution after 10+2. • The laboratory technology through distance education mode provides opportunity to the working technicians as well as to those who want to get involved in the field of laboratory medicine. they assist physicians during the diagnosis and treatment of patients. 11) Program Structure First Semester SUb. 4. 4 years (8 semesters). a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. These Second Semester SUb. Maximum duration: 7 years. Objectives: • The main aim of the program is to train students and thus provide skilled technologists in a variety of laboratory settings. Instrumentation and Techniques General Bacteriology Systemic Bacteriology Total Credits -I -I Techniques Disorders Credit 4 3 4 4 2 2 38 that provide are skilled scientists who perform tests that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. • There are excellent job opportunities laboratory research technologists. duration: 8 years. of students are required to do only 6 months Evaluation: Please refer to the Evaluation and Grading for Allied internship instead of one year internship. Books of the first will Technology standard University/ Institution/Board. 55 . As vital members of the health care team.000/- fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination. This category of students are required year (VII& VIIIsemesters). laboratories. Code BL0030 BL0031 BL0032 BL0033 BL0034 BL0035 Title Basic Haematological Haematological Basics of Biochemistry Lab Reagents. The syllabus is relevant to the needs of the health sector. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. This counselling centers: and hands-on experience at Technology category 250 hours / semester (Average). Additional fee: In addition to normal fee. an additional (including examination lateral Health and Life Sciences under section II(A)(Page No. Minimum duration: 3 years. Eligibility: (a) 10+2 or equivalent in Science OR (b) 2 year vocational after program 10th in Medical from a Laboratory recognized In addition to normal fee.> years.9. Books of the first will Basics of Anatomy Basics of Physiology Fundamentals Total Credits in Laboratory semester will be supplied by the University and assessment be completed at the Learning Centre.el@rof Science in Medical Laboratory Technology (Revised Spring 2007) Medical Laboratory Technology important professions technologists is one of the largest and most allied health care. Maximum duration: 6 years. 4. Additional fee: to do full internship of one They can work laboratories and in colleges. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. duration: Internship. public health for qualified medical in hospital and facilities. Code BL0025 BL0026 BL0027 BL0028 BL0029 Title Communication Basic Computer Skills in English Skills .(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. Minimum duration: 3 11.000/.

Total credits Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 BLOO58 Eighth Semester (Internship) SUb. Code BLOO59 BLOO60 BLOO61 Title Blood Banking Pathology Front Office Total credits Credit 4 6 6 130 Serology and Parasitology . Hormones and Tumor Markers Electrolytes.II Blood Bank Procedures and Haemolytic diseases of the Newborn . DMLT (Revised of BScMLT (Third Proteins and Diagnostic Blood Transfusion Blood Bank Procedures and Haemolytic Diseases of the Newborn . Minimum Maximum duration: duration: 2 years. 4 years.II Organization and Management of Labs Project Total credits Credit 2 2 4 4 BLOO52 Fourth Semester SUb. Code BLOO46 BLOO47 BLOO48 BLOO49 BLOO50 BLOO51 Title Histology Routine and Special Staining Haemostasis Systemic and Quality Assurance .II Mycology. Code Title Blood Transfusion Techniques . Code BLOO56 BLOO57 Title Microbiology Biochemistry Hematology Total credits Credit 6 6 4 114 Fifth Semester SUb.II . Code BLOO36 BLOO37 BLOO38 BLOO39 BLOO40 BLOO41 Title Immunology. Sixth Semester SUb.I Total Credits The students are exempted upto fourth semester examination and no lateral entry fee is required to be paid. Code BLOO42 BLOO43 BLOO44 BLOO45 Title Liver and Renal Function Tests. Acid Base Balance. Virology and Quality Control . Factors in Haemoglobin Synthesis & Automation Histotechnology Examination Total Credits and Cytotechnology of Body Fluids Credit 4 BLOO53 BLOO54 4 4 4 70 BLOO55 98 Seventh Semester (Internship) SUb.I Provision for lateral entry to fifth semester level): Eligibility: Successful completion of SMU's program introduced in February 2007).Program Structure Third Semester SUb.II 86 56 . Carbohydrates Serology and Parasitology and Lipids Enzymology -I Techniques Credit -I 2 2 4 4 2 2 54 Virology and Quality Control . Mycology.II General Bacteriology Bacteriology Immunology.

Evaluation will be conducted in semester II. 1 year (2 semesters). Special ization First Semester SUb. while on in Semester examination Fee: Rs. or may wish to specialize further. diploma specialization. Code MH0040 MH0041 MH0042 MH0043 MH0044 Title Health Administration Hospital Organization and planning Operations 2 2 2 MH0050 MH0044 MH0048 MH0049 Credit 2 Second Semester SUb. under a company guide. 11). 2 years. Code MH0047 Title Public Relations and Marketing for Healthcare Organizations Management resources of Healthcare Human 2 2 2 4 12 Credit 2 Hospital and Healthcare Information Management Finance. the option of studying to these potential further. To give students the job. eligible to pursue this program. Students who have completed Fall 2007) may be exempted have taken the SMU MBA degree (Revised from taking the core subjects of the PG Diploma. To open up more career opportunities students. Economics and Materials Management in Healthcare Services Project Total Credits Legal Aspects in Healthcare Administration Quality Management Project Total Credits in Healthcare services 8 57 . inclusive of fees. and practical knowledge Please refer to the Evaluation and Grading for Allied under section II(B)(Page No. Health and Life Sciences Exemptions: Eligibility: equivalent An MBA degree from a recognized of a two-year Post Graduate from an AICTE approved University.10. and hands-on experience at Minimumduration: Maximum Minimum Learning Evaluation: duration: • • • counseling Centres: 160 hrs/semester. It will commence in Semester I and will be completed in Semester II.Objectives • To attract students who have either completed a post graduate program in general management. or as revised from time to time. Code MB0034 MB0035 Title Research Methodology Legal Aspects of Business 4 subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) Begin Project work * Total Credits 14 Credit 3 3 8 Second Semester SUb. these as a part of the MBA Management who have completed post graduate the SMU MBA degree in the past are also should they wish to acquire a in an added area of qualification offered in the first and second semesters since they would program.450 per semester. Code MB0036 MB0037 Title Strategic Management International Credit & Business Policy 3 3 8 4 32 Business Management 4 subjects in area of Specialization (2 credits each) Complete Project work * Total Credits * The Project will be done in the area of specialization and should be a live project on an ongoing problem faced by an organization. To provide in-depth theoretical the area of specialization. following completion of an MBA. Program Structure First Semester SUb. or an Students Diploma in Business institution.

Statistics. protein structure prediction. Program Structure First Semester SUb. Immunology. such a student will be awarded the PG Diploma in Bioinformatics (PGDBI). At the end of each even semesters (Second & Fourth) the students have to complete a Project Work. XML) Project Total Credits Third Semester SUb.Bioinformatics often interchangeably used with Computational Biology is an integrated subject encompassing applied Mathematics. Chemistry and Biochemistry to solve Biological problems usually at the molecular level. Programming in C. The Third and Fourth semesters aim at providing students with advanced training in areas like Genomics. genome assembly. Code BI0034 BI0035 BI0036 BI0037 BI0038 Title Genomics Proteomics Programming for Bioinformatics III(PERL) Programming for Bioinformatics IV(JAVA Programming) Database Management Systems Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 48 • To provide the students with the requisite knowledge that will enable them to pursue a career in Bioinformatics either in academics or in industry. The first two semesters of the program cover topics required for a sound knowledge of both Biology. India is on the brink of a major revolution in the area of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics is one of the emerging areas where there is a great potential for career opportunities.related and IT subjects. Code Title BI0024 BI0025 BI0026 BI0027 BI0028 Cell Biology & Genetics Immunology Biochemistry Linux Mathematics & Statistics Total Credits Credit 4 2 4 2 4 16 Second Semester SUb.per semester inclusive of examinationfeesor as revisedfrom timeto time. protein structure alignment. Python. With its unparalleled strength in the area of Information Technology. and Biological Databases & Sequence Analysis. Bioinformatics is directed towards the study of sequence alignment. Note: Students are eligible to seek admission directly to the third semester. These include Cell Biology and Genetics. Drug Design and Discovery. Biochemistry. After successful completion of first two semesters of MScBI. Molecular Biology. • To enablethe students to acquire an integrated outlook of the subject so that they could become potential researchers in the fieldsof Biotechnology and Bioinformatics. A maximum gap of one year is allowed for the students to get admitted into this scheme. • To Impart in-depth training in theoretical and practical aspects of applications of Information Technology to solve problems in Biology. prediction of gene expression and protein protein interaction and the phylogenetic modeling and evolutionary relationship. gene finding. Programming with PERL and JAVA. Provision for lateral entry into third semester of MScBI : Eligibility: Successful completion of PGDBI (Revised Aug 2007) program from SMU. Proteomics. Computer Science. 11). Maximum duration: 2 years{forPGDBI}.Pharm! B. Mathematics and Statistics. HTML. DBMS. Semester Fee: Rs. if a student wishes to discontinue. Code BI0039 BI0040 BI0041 BI0042 Title Drug Design & Discovery Algorithms in Bioinformatics Data Ware Housing and Data Mining Project Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 4 64 58 . Objectives: objectivesThe program aims at realizing the following Minimum Counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centres: 160 hrs!semester. 2 years (4semesters){forMScBI}. Linux Programming. Minimum duration: 1 year (2 semesters) {for PGDBI}.Pharm ! IT professionals with a background in specialized tools and database programs. Fourth Semester SUb. Data Warehousing and Algorithms in Bioinformatics.16.4 years{forMScBI}. Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Healthand LifeSciences under section II(B)(PageNo.450!. Code Title BI0029 BI0030 BI0031 BI0032 BI0033 Credit 4 4 4 2 2 32 Molecular Biology Biological Databases & Sequence Analysis Programming for Bioinformatics I (C Programming) Programming for Bioinformatics II (Python. Eligibility: MSc ! BSc in Life Sciences (like Chemistry! Botany! Zoology) ! BE ! PG (with specialization like Molecular Biology! Biochemistry! Genetics! Microbiology! Structural Biology ! Neurosciences ! Pharmaceutical Sciences! Veterinary Sciences! Food Sciences! Agricultural Sciences! Biotechnology! Physics! Chemistry! Mathematics! Statistics) ! MBBS ! BDS ! M. Students need not appear for the first and second semester examinations and no lateral entry fee will be applicable.

450/. Operations and Planning. Semester Fees: Rs. skills and educational expertise necessary to master modem business principles which are necessary in solving complexities. Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Healthand LifeSciences under section II(B)(PageNo. Objectives:The program aims at realizingthe following objectives• To develop the essential management skills required to meet & participate in an increasingly competitive business environment and with special focus on the Healthcare sector.Master of Busi Administration in Health Care Servces (Revised Fall 2007) Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. Minimum duration: 2 years (4 semesters). To provide an integrated perspective of management functioning along with a fair amount of exposure to real life cases/technical know how in the Healthcare services sector. To use information effectively. 10.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. & communication technology • • • • • • • To make informed decisions in selection. To give the student a starting edge in the Healthcare Industry. Maximum duration: 4 years. 11). healthcare professionals and managers need more than just medical training to succeed. utilization & evaluation of opportunities/choices available. arising in healthcare services organizations and for career advancement in the healthcare industry. To communicate effectively through writing and in interpersonal communication. To hone the student's analytical abilities. In today's highly competitive and rapidly evolving healthcare market. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centres: 160 hrs/semester. This program is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge. To provide theoretical and practical knowledge of Healthcare services and Hospital Organization. .

Evaluation will be conducted in semester 4. Code MH0045 MH0046 MH0047 MH0048 Title Strategic Management Business Policy International and Credit 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 68 Project Management Total Credits Business Management Public Relations & Marketing for Healthcare Organisations Management Resources of Healthcare Human Provision HCS: Eligibility: for lateral entry to the second semester of MBAMH0049 MH0050 MH0044 Science Legal Aspects in Healthcare Administration Quality Management Project@ Total Credits in Healthcare Services MBBS/BDS/B. Code MH0038 MH0039 MH0040 MH0041 Title Research Methodology Legal Aspects of Business Health Administration Hospital Organization. (including examination fee) is Science/Life Graduates from a recognized In addition to the normal fees. Note: In the lateral entry scheme.700/- payable by students opting forthis scheme. Code MH0026 MH0027 MH0028 MH0029 MH0030 MH0031 Title Management Organizational Process & Behavior 3 3 Accounting 3 3 3 MH0042 MH0043 MH0044 Credit 3 Third Semester SUb. under a company guide. an additional @ The Project will be done in the area of specialization and should be a live project on an ongoing problem faced by an organization. lateral entry fee of Rs. Code MH0032 MH0033 MH0034 MH0035 MH0036 MH0037 Title Production Credit 50 & Operation Management 3 3 3 3 3 3 36 Financial Management Marketing Management Management Operations Information System Research Fourth Semester SUb. students have to appear and pass the First Semester examination. and Planning Operations Credit 3 3 2 2 2 2 Business Communication Statistics for Management Financial and Management Managerial Economics Human Resource Management Total Credits Hospital & Healthcare Information Management Finance.Program Structure First Semester SUb.PHARM/BHMS/BAMS/BUMS/BSSM/BVSc/ 4 year Additional graduation fees: in Allied Health University. It will commence in Semester 3 and will be completed in Semester 4. 3. Economics and Materials Management in Healthcare Services Project@ Total Credits 18 Second Semester SUb. will be supplied be completed at the Learning Centre. Books of First Semester will by the University and internal assessment 60 .

Clinical Project Manager. It is also concerned with investigating the influence of population and biological diversity as well as disease states on responses to treatment. This novel program provides necessary training for graduate students in order to develop diverse careers as Clinical Research Associates (CRA). pharmaceutical companies. Eligiblestudents will be required to take subjects with a minimum of 16 Credits per Semester comprising of compulsory subjects aggregating 12 Credits and 4 Credits from optional subjects. Business Development Managers. Combined with the large pool of highly qualified medical practitioners in the country and with implementation of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) as per the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) standards.smude. This form needs to be attatched along with the Main Application form. Evaluation: Pleasereferto the Evaluationand Grading for Allied Health and Life Sciences under section II(B)(PageNo. 1. Regulatory Affairs Manager and Biostatisticians in Contract Research Organizations (CROs).in are available on 61 . Program Credits: The student is required to take a total of 64 Credits to complete the program.500 per Credit amounting to Rs. and treatment regimens intended for human use. Clinical Research Manager. The center names and address www. students have to choose any two subjects. Exemption from optional subjects are provided to students based on specific eligibility criteria indicated in each Semester. devices. * This course is available only at select Learning Centres.edu. • Give students in-depth training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of clinical research. government agencies or academia. The results of clinical research studies (especially clinical trials) are essential for gaining approval for marketing new medications and devices or new indications of existing products from regulatory agencies throughout the world.edu. other than compulsory subjects. Minimum counseling Learning Centres: and hands-on experience at Counseling. As per the recent McKinsey report on clinical trials in India. Medical Writers. Therefore.in under Forms & Application. diagnostic products. Minimum Duration: 2 years (4 Semesters). 24. totaling 4 Credits from optional subjects to fulfill the total of 16 Credits required in each Semester. VSAT sessions.[v1aster 0 Scienee in Clinical Researoh & Regulatory Affairs (MScCRRA)* Clinical research and regulatory affairs is a branch of medical science that determines the safety and effectiveness of medications. Additional Application to be filled by the MScCRRA students is available on the website www. the respective fee will be waived.000 per semester for 16 credits. Drug Development Associates. Objectives: This program aims at realizing the following objectives • Provide the students with the requisite knowledge that will enable them to pursue a career in the Clinical Research industry. Classroom based lectures and self learning with total 160 hours per semester. Eligibility: (a) Graduate from a recognized university in Health Sciences (MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS/BUMS/BVSc/BSSM) OR (b) Graduate from a recognized university in Allied Health Sciences (BMLTI BScMLTI BPTI BMITI BScMITI BHIN BScHIAI BOT/BSc (Sp & Hg)1BASLP/BSc Optl Pharmacy (BPharm) OR (c) Graduate from a recognized university in Life Science (BioTech/Botany/Zoology/Microbiology/Chemistry)1 Nursingl Home Sciencel Food and Nutrition. India has one of the largest patient populations for most diseases with genetic diversity. Clinical Data Coordinators. Maximum Duration: 4 years. Semester Fee: Rs. it is attracting serious global interest as a site for clinical trials. This expectation has created a demand for more clinical research professionals. 11). In the case of exemption from any credits.smude. regulatory affairs and clinical data management in the clinical research industry. it is estimated that the industry potential will grow to $1 billion.

Pharmacy.SAS certification. Fourth Semester SUb. 62 . for graduates for Health with BSc in Biotechnology Science. Second Semester SUb.mail to smuhelpdesk@manipalu. Code MROOO9 MROO10 MROO11 MROO12 Title IPR & Data Exclusivity. BE Credit 2 2 2 4 2 subjects 12 2 2 2 Clinical Studies: Botanicals. please send an e. Code MROO17 MROO18 MROO19 MROO20 MROO21 subjects 12 Compulsory subjects PK.com.Program Structure First Semester SUb. Code MROOO1 MROOO2 MROOO3 MROOO4 MROOO5 Title Fundamentals of Clinical Operations Regulatory Affairs-I Clinical Data Management-I Statistics for Clinical Research Drug discovery Credit 4 2 2 2 Third Semester SUb. Provision for Admission to third semester The Credit students who have successfully subjects third 4 2 4 of MScCRRA: completed all the to required in Semester 16 / BSc in * Exempted for Health Sciences/Allied Sciences/ with BSc in Biotechnology Pharmacy graduates and graduates in BSc Nursing. Microbiology. BA. In order to have more details on credit transfer. Students have to choose any two subjects (total of 4 Credits) from optional subjects Total credits required in semester 16 * Exempted #2 credits for graduates will be with BSc in Health to students Information who have Administration awarded independently undergone SAS training and have obtained Sylvan Prometric . development Optional subjects & 2 Processes & Application Total credits from compulsory Total credits from compulsory Optional subjects MROO22 MROO23 MROO24 Human Genetics* Pharmacogenomics Case studies and Seminar MROOO6 MROOO7 MROOO8 Human Biology-I* Human Biology-II* Basics of Health & Nutrition* Students have to choose any two subjects (total of 4 Credits)from optional subjects Total credits required in Semester Health 2 2 2 Students have to choose any two subjects (total of 4 Credits) from optional subjects 16 Total credits * Exempted for graduates Microbiology. Food & Nutraceuticals III Clinical Data Management Special Regulatory Project: Protocols Basics of Pharmacy. Clinical Research Regulatory Affairs-II Preclinical Studies: Safety & Efficacy Clinical Data Management II subjects Bioethics in 2 of Diploma in Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs of MScCRRA Program directly with Credit (DCRRA) of Manipal University are eligible to seek admission semester transfer facility. Code MROO25 Compulsory subjects Credit Project Management Development Audit & Inspections Pharmacovigilance Reporting Internship Total credits from compulsory Optional subjects MROO30 Applied Medical Transcription* Biotechnology # 2 2 2 subjects Total credits from compulsory Optional subjects MROO13 MROO14 MROO15 MROO16 Basics of Molecular Biotechnology# Biology & 12 & Business 2 2 2 2 2 2 MROO26 MROO27 MROO28 MROO29 Basics of Epidemiology Pharmacology* Review & Seminar Students have to choose any two subjects (total of 4 Credits) from optional subjects Total credits required in Semester & Safety Monitoring 2 2 4 12 & Medical Writing 16 / BSc in Nursing MROO31 MROO32 Pharmaceutical SAS certification # Exempted * Exempted graduates.

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The program is developed for people wishing to develop their technical. Program Structure First Semester SUb. Food and Beverage Service or Production.I (Practical) Hospitality & Hotel Accounting Food Safety & Nutrition Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 32 .I (Practical) Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 Objectives: The program is geared objectives towards realising the following • Keeping abreast of the changing hospitality trends and latest technology. Maximum Duration: 6 years. Semester Fee: Rs. • Additional management subjects like Sales and Marketing Management. • Emphasis on practical inputs. • Equipping students with a high degree of academic knowledge and skills to meet the human resource needs of the industry.I (Theory) Front Office Operations . Minimum Counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 Hrs/semester.I (Theory) Food Production and Bakery .I (Theory) Food & Beverage Service .I (Theory) Accommodation Operations . It focuses on the development of the technical and management skills required to generate integrated solutions to business problems in a wide range of operations. Housekeeping. Second Semester SUb.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time Minimum Duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Human Resource Management. Code Title HMOO01 HMOO02 HMOO03 HMOO04 HMOO05 HMOO06 HMOO07 HMOO08 Introduction to Hospitality Indian Constitution Business English Hospitality French Front Office Operations .16.500/. This program aims to meet the industry's need for competent Hospitality Managers.Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Catering Management (Revised Spring 2007) The challenge to hospitality educators to meet the human resources development needs of the industry has become a vital issue. Code Title HMOO09 HM0010 HM0011 HM0012 HM0013 HM0014 Food Production and Bakery .I (Practical) Food & Beverage Service . etc. professional and management expertise. • Specialization in anyone core hotel operational area such as Front Office. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board ofTechnical Education.I (Practical) Accommodation Operations .

Choose anyone of the following: Management Manaqement Credit 4 4 2 2 4 96 Books of first semester by the University and internal assessment at the Learning Centre.000/- payable by students opting forthis scheme.II Credit 2 2 2 2 of 8 64 HM3907 HM3908 Food & Beverage Services . Code HM0015 HM0016 HM0017 HM0018 HM0019 HM0020 HM0021 HM0022 Title Front Office Operations Front Office Operations Accommodation (Theory) Accommodation (Practical) Computer Hospitality . students pass the first semester will be supplied be completed examination. Code HM0028 HM0029 HM0030 HM0031 HM0032 Title Hospitality Credit & Hotel Law Management System 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 80 Human Resource Hospitality (Practical) Hospitality Information System (Theory) Information Studies Development Program in Hotel Management University or approved Additional Environmental Fees: In addition to the normal fees.II (Practical) On the Job Training (a Minimum 240 Hours) Total Credits 66 . Code HM0023 HM0024 HM0025 HM0026 HM0027 Title Food Production (Theory) Food Production (Practical) and Bakery . have to appear and will Sixth Semester SUb. an additional (including examination fees) is HM0033 HM0034 Facility Planning Entrepreneurship Total Credits lateral entry fee of Rs. Code HM0035 HM0036 HM0037 HM0038 Title Food & Beverage Management Sales & Marketing Travel & Tourism Professional Total Credits Professional HM3901 HM3902 HM3903 HM3904 HM3905 HM3906 Elective* Front Office OR House Keeping OR Food & Beverage Production OR Food & Beverage Service OR Sales and Marketing OR Training & Development OR Travel and Tourism OR Personality Development . Note: In this lateral entry scheme.II (Theory) Food & Beverage Services .Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BScHCM: Eligibility: Board 10+2 or equivalent Education by AICTE. / 3 year Diploma from a State and a six month Diploma from an institution affiliated to a of Technical Fifth Semester SUb.II (Practical) -II -II Credit 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 48 Cultural Heritaqe of India Elective* HM0039 Operations Operations Principles of Management Applications & Hotel Economics Business Statistics Total Credits Fourth Semester SUb. 4.II and Bakery .II (Theory) . Third Semester SUb.

Minimum Duration: 1 year (2 semesters).Choose anyone of the following: TM1301 TM1302 TM1303 TM1304 Air Ticketing & CRS OR Hotel & Restaurant Administration OR Transport Management OR Public Relations & Advertising Credit 2 4 2 2 2 4 32 Eligibility: 3 year Graduation. the growth in tourism industry is likely to double in the next decade. • Enabling students to acquire an integrated outlook of the subject and to cater to the needs of the industry. Maximum Duration: 2 years.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Minimum Counseling and hands-on experience at Learning. With rapid developments in the field of hospitality. Second Semester SUb.10.450/. Code Title TMOO01 TMOO02 TMOO03 TMOO04 TMOO05 TMOO06 TMOO07 Basics of Tourism Industry Communication in Tourism Personality Development Principles of Management Basics of Air Travel & Aviation Travel Agency & Tour Operations Cultural Heritage of India Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 16 . Program Structure First Semester SUb. Centres: 160 Hrs/semester. which means that. The Program imparts to the students professional education and training in various aspects of tourism. the number of international travels has risen to more than half a billion in a year. Code Title TMOO08 Geography & Tourism TMOO09 TM0010 TM0011 TM0012 TM0013 Tourism Products French Language Tourism Finance Forex Management Professional Elective* Total Credits Professional Elective* . Semester Fee: Rs. It provides them with opportunities to develop their managerial and analytical skills in order to meet the challenges ofT ourism at the National and global level. • Facilitating know how regarding changing trends in Travel and Tourism. Objectives: The program has the following objectives• Providing students with the requisite knowledge that will enable them to pursue a career in Travel and Tourism industry.Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management According to the World Tourism Organization (WTO). transport and communications. one out of every ten is a tourist.

Master of Science in Information .Master of Computer Application .Bachelor of Science .Master of Science in Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs (MScCRRA) Management ( PGDBM ) Management (MBA) Hospitality and Tourism Bachelor's Degree .PG Diploma in Human Resource .Master of Business Administration (MBAHCS) Management Management .PG Diploma in Computer (PGDIMS) Master's Degree .PG Diploma in Information Systems .Bachelor of Science in Health Information (BScHIA) (DMIT) Management Bachelor's Degree (BBA) in Retail .Master of Science in Disaster Mitigation .PG Diploma in Bioinformatics (MScET) .Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory (BScMLT) PG Diploma .Diploma in Medical Imaging Technology .Bachelor of Arts in Journalism (BAJM) Master's Degree .Master of Commerce (MComIS) in Information System Telecom Technology Master's Degree Technology (MScTT) .Master of Science in Ecology and Environment .Master of Science in Total Quality Management .Bachelor of Science (BScIMS) PG Diploma .Master of Science in Eco-Tourism (MScGI) Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Bachelor's Degree in Applied (BScBT) (PGDBI) .Information Technology Diploma .Bachelor of Computer .Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology (BScMIT) .Bachelor of Commerce System (BComIS) Master's Degree .Diploma in Health Information .Bachelor of Science Biotechnology PG Diploma .Bachelor of Business Administration .PG Diploma in Business Administration .PG Diploma in Information .Diploma in Information Bachelor's Degree in Information Application in Infrastructure Technology (BCA) Management System (BSclT) .Diploma in Medical Laboratory Bachelor's Degree Administration ManagementSystem .Master of Science in Sustainable (MScDM) (MScSD) (MScTQM) Joumalismand Mass Communication Bachelor's Degree and Mass Communication .Master of Science in Bioinformatics Fashion Design Bachelor's Degree .Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design (BScFD) Allied Health Science Certificate / Diploma Administration Technology (DHIA) (DML T) .PG Diploma in Infrastructure Technology Application (PGDIT) (PGDCA) Technology (DIT) Master's Degree (MScBI) .Bachelor of Science in Hospitality (BScHCM) PG Diploma .PG Diploma in HealthCare (PGDHSM) Master's Degree in Health Care Services Services Management Technology .Master of Science in Geo-Informatics .Master of Business Administration Specialization in • Finance • Information Systems • Banking • Human Resources • Marketing (PGDBA) ( PGDFM ) (PGDMM) (PGDHRM ) (PGDISM) (PGDROM) (BBARO) .Master of Science in Pollution Control (MScPC) Fire and Safety Diploma -Diploma in Fire and Safety Engineering (DFSE) 68 .PG Diploma in Marketing Management .PG Diploma in Banking .PG Diploma in Financial Management .PG Diploma in Retail Operations Master's Degree .Master of Arts in Journalism (MAJM) Development and Mass Communication .Master of Science in Computer Technology (MCA) Science (MScCS) (MSclT) .Master of Science in Telecom Ecology and Environmental Science Master's Degree (MScEE) .Post Graduate (PGDTIM) & Catering Management Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management • Retail Operations Commerce Bachelor's Degree in Information .Bachelor of Business Administration Operations PG Diploma .

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