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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 = 10 Campuses = 24 Professional Colleges = 86,000 Students = 2,60,000 Alumni = Students from 51 Countries

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Message from Pro Chancellor Message from Vice Chancellor Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences Taking Distance out of Education IT, Management and Other Career Areas Distance Education Education Methodology General Entry Scheme Important Note Lateral Entry Scheme Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (BAJM) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) Bachelor of Commerce in Information System (BComIS) Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology (BScBT) Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design (BScFD) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BScIT) Bachelor of Science in Teaching Technology (BScTT) PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sales Management (PGDPSM) Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (MAJM) Master of Business Administration (MBA) Master of Business Administration in Banking (MBA-Banking) Master of Business Administration in Information Technology (MBAIT) Master of Business Administration in Health Care Services (MBAHCS) PG Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) Master of Science in Computer Science (MScCS) Master of Computer Application (MCA) Master of Commerce in Information System (MComIS) PG Diploma in Bioinformatics (PGDBI) Master of Science in Bioinformatics (MScBI) Master of Science in Information Technology (MScIT) PG Diploma in Information Technology (PGDIT) Master of Science in Telecom Technology (MScTT) Courses offered Manipal Universal Learning

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

Dr Ramdas M Pai
Pro Chancellor Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences

Sikkim Manipal University was established in 1995. 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. Bachelor's. Post Graduate Diploma and Master's levels through a wide network of University Learning Centers. making them technically well rounded professionals. and is a unique joint venture between the Government of Sikkim and the Manipal Group. Dr K Jayakumar Vice Chancellor Page 03 . The University draws upon the expertise of the Manipal Education and Medical Group.000 students and 2. 24 professional colleges.60. Medical and Technological Sciences. the Learning Resource Development Center of the University. supports the delivery of career-oriented programs at the Diploma. which is an established global leader in higher education and health care for over five decades. The Group's education network comprises 2 Universities.Message Dr K Jayakumar Vice Chancellor Dear Student I thank you for choosing the Sikkim Manipal University of Health. We hope you will find our programs educative and professionally rewarding.000 alumni. The University offers Distance Education Program as part of its effort to bring education to the masses. 10 campuses. Manipal Universal Learning (Manipal U). and fulfill the growing demand for technical and management professionals. 86. The University offers a unique blend of theoretical and cutting edge inputs to students. Our programs combine highly researched curriculum by the University integrated with industry relevant concepts and practices.

counselling or rendering any assistance required by the students in context of the University’s distance education programs. SMU's Degrees/ Diplomas/Certificates are recognized by all members of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and are at par with Degrees/Diplomas/Certificates of all Indian Universities/Deemed Universities/Institutions vide UGC Circular No FI-B/92 (CPP) dated February 1992 & AIU Circular No EV/B(449)/94/176915-177115 dated January. These courses are offered as part of its effort to bring education to the masses. Gangtok is incorporated under the State Legislative Act (Act IX of 1995) of the Government of Sikkim. These Learning Centers act as access points for the purpose of advising. The University uses a strong nationwide network of Learning Centers to deliver its programs. It is recognized by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and by the University Grants Commission. Bachelor's. This enables a student to choose a Learning Center that is easily accessible to him/her. broadcast from studios at Manipal. delivers these programs. Apart from regular on-site courses. Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma programs. the University offers many career oriented courses via distance education. The main advantage that distance education offers students is in providing requirement-based and career oriented programs while making flexible course offerings. Medical and Technological Sciences (SMU). which is the Learning Resource Development Center (LRDC) for SMU. SMIT Campus. delivery systems and processes.The University The Sikkim Manipal University of Health. The courses include Master's. 1994. the University recognized Learning Centers have been equipped with an effective interactive distance learning system that makes use of VSAT technology. fulfill the growing demand for professionals. Bangalore and Mumbai can be seen and heard live by the students in their respective centers. Manipal Universal Learning. Twinning programs have also been launched in collaboration with IT organizations. To improve the quality of lectures and faculty presentations. These presentations. 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. SMU Page 04 .

thereby breaking the barriers of time. editing equipment and interactive software systems. thereby providing virtually errorfree digital data communication. VSAT or Very Small Aperture Terminal is a small software-driven equipment used for reliable transmission of video and audio data via satellite. The studios located at Manipal. The faculty member composes questions which are shared with the students during the lecture or through the internet. These include studio cameras. audio and broadcasting systems. The students answer these questions either by email or by voice or by using a text based chat software. The broadcasts are received through remote station equipment stationed at the Learning Centers. providing quality training to a large number of students in geographically dispersed sites. This is done either by using a PC or a TV screen in the classroom at the Learning Center. video mixers. Learning material is also housed on servers and can be accessed by students for future reference.Taking Distance out of Education uses VSAT technology to deliver interactive quality education to students. Virtual classrooms therefore create an interactive environment. geography and distance. ask and answer questions. which create virtual classrooms. A faculty member delivers the lecture in the studio and students can see and hear the lecture. Mumbai and Bangalore are equipped with the most sophisticated video. The lecture therefore can be simultaneously attended by thousands of students at different Learning Centers across the country. KU BAND Satellite Earth Station Manipal Studio E1 2 Mbps Fibre Optic Backbone E1 Bangalore Page 05 . It can be plugged into an existing terminal equipment and does not require additional personnel or technology for its operations.

internet access. garnering 39 per cent of software development. Service exports. it has mandated the Government to take the necessary policy and program related initiatives to facilitate India's emergence as an Information Technology Superpower in the shortest possible time. Hence. research in IT. software development & exports. manpower training and education. The Government of India has recognized the potential of Information Technology in the all-round development of the nation. manufacturing. communities and individuals. Management and other career areas Information Technology has been the greatest agent of change and promises to play an even bigger role in the coming years.IT. healthcare and telecom services are the new emerging areas. commerce. culture. revenue. This acceleration in service levels could be extended to every citizen and multiplied across user segments. Page 06 . electronics. Banking & Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) continues to be the largest vertical. banking. research. hardware manufacture. data search and integration. trade. manufacturing. The growth of IT and telecommunications in India has proved that data processing into information is a profitable business proposition. services. Information Technology can prove to be a treasure trove with tremendous pay-offs in terms of wealth creation and generation of high quality employment. electronic commerce. It also addresses critical national needs in the areas of information infrastructure. the entire country will have IT-enabled services in the fields of customer interaction. e-education. It includes telecommunications. entertainment. It is breaking age old barriers and building new connections in a fast emerging global village and will soon become the chief determinant in the progress of nations. Information Technology is changing every aspect of human life . tele-medicine and e-governance. defence or global security. Today IT and telecom have blended into a single integrated system. retail. finance. finance and accounting. By the end of this decade. education. defence and rural development. The recommendations of the National Task Force on Information Technology cover a wide spectrum of issues. human resource development.be it in communication. The National Agenda for Governance has identified Information Technology as one area where India can quickly establish global dominance.

offshore product development. web development. Outsourcing of Information Technology (IT) jobs will continue. new entrants. with a flat domestic market of $ 2 billion contributing to 16 percent of the nation's exports. In terms of offshore centers. according to the research firm Gartner Inc. bigger projects.60. The software and hardware industries will become a formidable component of the nation's wealth. with China and Russia emerging as strong contenders. by proper planning.4 billion to the country's export revenues.India is also emerging as a hub for application outsourcing. while the projections for 2005-06 had placed it at 1. Using high-speed telecommunications.000 in 2008 with the total number of professionals growing to touch 12 lakhs on the projected demand of 11. India remains the undisputed leader. The rapid penetration of cell phones and the possible standardization of "Citizen Smart Cards" shows that. tele-medicine.5 billion in 2005-06. which contributed over $5. India has tremendous market potential in the areas of tele-education. research and development.152.20 lakhs. infotainment. mergers and acquisitions and the setting up of R&D bases make for perfect ingredients in this growing pie. fresh induction to the IT work force was around 149. If provided with the much needed thrust. The country's e-governance policies. the country could find emerging opportunities in the hardware industry. Jobs in India's booming software services sector grew to 23 per cent in the year ending March 2004. The software industry in India is nearly $10 billion strong. payroll accounting. are expected to reach $8. India-based firms offer services including insurance claims processing. coding and design. and one out of every four high-technology jobs in developed nations today may be outsourced to emerging markets such as India by 2010. The supply of IT professionals is likely to outgrow demand by over 50. Page 07 . one should not forget that this has also accompanied investments on hardware of foreign origin. will also result in the growth of such projects in India.593. While we see the growth of the software industry. with a proposed outlay of $560 million. India's offshore services. custom application development. embedded software. In 2003-04. as the sector benefitted from outsourcing by global clients. e-governance and other relevant fields. Information Technology can touch every single individual of India's one billion populace.the software industry's contribution is expected to increase at least ten fold. In the next two decades. The software industry requires people with skills in programming. the nation's GDP is expected to double . Expansion by existing players. data tabulation and equity research to clients or overseas parent companies located around the world. says NASSCOM.

the need for qualified professionals in this field has increased tremendously. the need for systematic and efficient management practices has created a huge demand for competent personnel in all areas of business and commerce. There is a good scope for MBA graduates to occupy positions of prestige and responsibility. Much of our individual success is based on education. This has opened up limitless opportunities in diverse spheres for students of commerce and allied subjects. Hence educators are required to assist students who want to learn new skills as well as upgrade their existing skills. with attractive remuneration levels. the fashion industry in India is a high growth sector with a turnover in crores. Management With the growing complexity of all commercial activity and the entry of multinationals. The MBA has become a degree of choice for the talented Indian student. Teachers have to follow a mandated curriculum and parallely develop their own teaching methods to make classes and lectures an interesting and inspiring experience.a constant process of selection. Like the organized sector of commerce and industry. the traditionally non-organized sectors like agriculture and handicrafts are realizing the need for professional management. With fashion becoming a big business and India emerging as one of the major players in the global apparel market. No wonder. social.Teaching Technology Teaching is known as one of the noblest professions. There is an ever-growing demand for designers who can come up with innovative designs that are commercially viable in both domestic and export markets. events. training and continued learning experiences. not only at the primary school levels but also at the higher levels. Today. The demand for good teachers is expected to grow significantly in the future. This is one of the most important careers a person can choose as it carries with it immense responsibility. Good teachers are respected and credited for developing quality students. adoption and change. 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. economic and technological changes. fashion and apparel designing have become one of the fastest growing professions in India in recent times. Page 08 . both for the domestic market and for export. Fashion Technology Fashion is ever changing . Teachers are responsible for mentoring and moulding a child into a responsible adult and citizen. The world of clothes and accessories has expanded into a giant industry. It is triggered by people.

enterprising and has a flair to project his/her ideas. media industry. It is attracting more and more people from traditional forms of mass media. drugs or other products beneficial to mankind. Computers. If one is enterprising. analyses and shapes opinion. A genetic engineer hopes to provide the society with a vast range of innovations such as more effective and cheaper pharmaceutical products. Opportunities for placement in diverse fields of mass communication are available in publishing houses. radio and television companies. fashion shows. Journalism Good journalism informs. he/she can set up his/her one's own manufacturing or export unit. there will always be a need for more designers to provide a variety of clothing that is appealing and trendy. advertising agencies. Anyone who is creative. entertainment industry. one can seek a lucrative job in the textile industry. the recovery of resources. Diversification in different areas of mass communication is witnessing a steep rise and is expected to thrive further on account of growing professionalism and advancement in this sector. a fashion designer has enough opportunities to exhibit his/her talent. Page 09 . which will bring attractive financial returns. thoughts. Due to the enormous influence it exerts on the lives of people. India today boasts of some well known companies who have forayed successfully into this sector and have made a mark on the international map. Biotechnology has a wide range of applications in science and industry. Alternatively. Biotechnology Biotechnology is defined as the use and manipulation of living organisms to manufacture food. new approaches to the generation of energy. public relations agencies. have brought in new and challenging opportunities in the communication segment. observations through different media of communication can accommodate himself/herself comfortably in this industry. more food products. The boom in biotech is mainly due to genetic engineering in which simple life forms are manipulated to make entirely new products. The growing awareness that knowledge is power has also given an impetus to the regional and vernacular press to expand and strengthen its scope in the past few years. government organizations and more.With beauty pageants. As long as people feel the urge to dress well. A fashion designer is no longer an anonymous entity. pollution control and the diagnosis and correction of genetic disorders. dynamic. especially the advent of the Internet. journalism is also referred to as the 'Fourth Estate'. foreign labels and a public that is increasingly becoming fashion-conscious.

Each book is divided into units. Local counselors. developing. printed material is supplemented by video/audio CDs. value-based. which are then evaluated by the local counselors. self-test activities and suggested reading. intensive counseling is also provided on specific subjects. a required amount of practical training is imparted to students at the learning center. etc. discussions. effective. the common features of Bachelor's and Master's degree programs are as follows: n n n Practical Training Depending upon the subject. Assignments serve the purpose of evaluation of the student's performance. Objectives of the Distance Education Program n n Assignments Assignments are an integral component of distance education. Lectures are broadcast through VSAT which can be in the form of lectures. Post Graduate Diploma and Master's levels through a wide network of University recognized Learning Centers. The medium of instruction is English. Manipal Universal Learning ( ) is the Learning Resource Development Center of SMU and delivers the programs through Learning Centers spread across the country. career-oriented education to students. Comprehensive Course Content Comprehensive courseware will be supplied to all the students. In addition. debates.Distance Education The Distance Education Wing of the University is committed to provide career-oriented educational programs at the Diploma. n n n Academic Counseling Counseling is an important activity in distance education and is entirely different from usual classroom teaching. The program guide supplied to the students will contain the assignments to be submitted by the students. To facilitate students in understanding. To provide students with a stimulating and learningfriendly atmosphere so that they can utilize their intellectual capacities to specialize in various areas of study. n Design & Structure Distance Education simply means imparting education from a distance wherein the teacher and the student are physically separated. Bachelor's. students will be encouraged to refer recommended books. efficient and ethically driven graduates and postgraduates to serve society. Counselors answer questions during counseling sessions besides clarifying doubts of students and helping them overcome difficulties they face while going through the study material. To provide high quality. In certain specialized subjects. n Video/Audio/VSAT Whenever necessary. wherever necessary. n Project / Report The student is also required to prepare projects wherever necessary. Page 10 . To produce energetic. structure of units. Each unit is written in self-instructional style and consists of introduction. who also provide feedback on a student’s performance. main contents. These counseling sessions also offer students an opportunity to interact with their peers. objectives. In terms of design and structure. evaluate these assignments. integrating and applying both core and specialized concepts and practices.

n n n n n Credit System The ‘credit system’ is followed in all courses. Counseling Sessions: Learning Centers provide students with a platform to interact with counselors. supervised by instructors and only then adopted. All the students who have enrolled in the programs of the University will be provided a program guide for each course and semester. Assignment for Assessment and Feedback. Practical Sessions: These will also be held at the Learning Centers. upon receipt of which their enrolment will be confirmed. The curriculum is designed and scrutinized by experts. The applicant has to submit a completed application along with relevant enclosures to the Learning Centers well within the due date. Industry Related Project Work. If the applications received from the students are not complete in any respect. 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 Learning Centers will provide counseling and hands on experience for each program (each semester) as indicated in the respective course headings. other students and to also use the library. ethical. n n n Written Material: Comprehensive printed study material specially designed for independent study for both theory and practicals. wherein each credit amounts to 30 hours of study. the student will be granted admission to that program. 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. n n Course Structure Course material is specially designed by a team of experts drawn from different industries. No candidate is permitted to pursue more than one course at a time. They should go through the same thoroughly.Education Methodology Admission Policies n Support Services n Intelligent. Such students will have to submit the required certificates/mark sheets to the University within three months. wherever required. including hands-on training at designated Learning Centers. An identity card will be provided to students after their enrolment in a program. Online delivery through VSAT. University and in-house faculty. The centers will forward the same to the University. articulate and active individuals with a will to upgrade their skills are encouraged to pursue the University programs. Provisionally enrolled students will be allowed to appear in the examinations only after their enrolment is confirmed. Students have to collect the material pertaining to their course along with the program guide. The Learning Centers will act as the access & contact points between the University and the students. those students may be given provisional enrolment at the University's discretion. Students shall receive personal attention and support at these centers. The right to accept or reject any application is reserved with the University. Page 11 . is supplied in batches to the Learning Centers for every course and to every student.

Page 12 . A student’s performance is based on: n Examination Results The term-end examination schedule and examination center shall be informed through the admit card and also through the website www.com and the marks card will be sent to the respective Learning Centers. conducted at the examination centers and evaluated by the University. performed at the local Learning Centers. The examination pattern will be available in the program guide provided to the students.com. and an average of 40% to be declared pass. she/he has to re-appear for the relevant paper by applying to the University through the re-sitting application along with relevant fees. course structure. Continuous evaluation. Students will have to produce the identity card and admit card to appear in the term-end examination at the examination center. Term-end examinations. carrying 30% weightage on the final score. If a student fails to clear any of the papers. Promulgation of any such information on the website in the form of circulars/notices is considered to be adequate. carrying 70% weightage on the final score.Evaluation and Grading Evaluations are conceived.manipalu. In each subject. The results will be published on the website www. The examination center will be different from the Learning Center and eligible students will be given admit cards to appear in the examination. a student should secure at least 35% marks in continuous evaluation and 35% marks in the term-end examination. Continuous evaluation is done through assignments and practicals. jurisdiction only. developed and administered on a rigorous and fair basis to bring out the best in students and prepare them for challenging careers. within the due date specified by the University. Karnataka. rules and regulations wherever considered necessary and appropriate without any prior notice. n n n n n A = Excellent (+70%) B = Very Good (+60%) C = Good (+50%) D = Satisfactory (+40%) E = Failure Right to amend rules The University reserves the right to add/delete/change/amend the syllabi. Jurisdiction All the disputes relating to the University programs and activities are subject to Udupi. Based on the students performance the following grading system will be adopted: n 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. India.manipalu. The students are advised to go through the website frequently where all circulars and important information will be hosted from time to time.

General Entry Scheme for SMU Courses Diploma Courses Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) n n Bachelor's Degree Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (BAJM) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / *Diploma Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / *Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / *Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology (BScBT) n n Eligibility: 10+2 with Biology and Chemistry or equivalent Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design (BScFD) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BScIT) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / *Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Commerce in Information System (BComIS) n n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / *Diploma Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Bachelor of Science in Teaching Technology (BScTT) n n Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) * Implies a three year course. Page 13 .

Page 14 . 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 / B Pharm / IT professionals with a background in specialized tools and database programs. Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent / *Diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2 Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Master of Business Administration (MBA) n n Master of Business Administration-Information Technology (MBAIT) n n PG Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) n n Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent / *Diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2 Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: * Graduate or equivalent Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) n Master of Business Administration in Health Care Services (MBAHCS) n PG Diploma in Information Technology (PGDIT) n n Eligibility: * Graduate or equivalent Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent / *Diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2 Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) n PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sales Management (PGDPSM) n n Master of Business Administration in Banking (MBABanking) n Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent / *Diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2 Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate in commerce /economics / banking / finance / insurance / accounting or equivalent Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: MSc / BSc in life sciences like Chemistry. Botany.PG Diploma Courses PG Diploma in Bioinformatics (PGDBI) n Master's Degree Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication (MAJM) n n Eligibility: MSc / BSc in life sciences like Chemistry. Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: *Graduate or equivalent Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Eligibility: * Graduate or equivalent Duration: 1 year (2 semesters) n Master of Computer Application (MCA) n n Master of Commerce .Information System (MComIS) n n Master of Science in Bioinformatics (MScBI) n n Master of Science in Computer Science (MScCS) n n Master of Science in Information Technology (MScIT) n n Master of Science in Telecom Technology (MScTT) n n *implies a 3 year course. 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 / B Pharm / IT professionals with a background in specialized tools and database programs.

Payments made other than in the above form will be at own risk. Medical and Technology Science (SMU) has been offering Distance Education Programs since February 2001.com.com. after informing the University Grants Commission (UGC) and other regulatory bodies. Without a valid Residence Permit (RP). Transfer from one LC to another for foreign nationals not permitted 8. 6.Important Note 1. 2. Students are advised to visit the University website www. 12. 3. *For further details contact smu@manipalu. All documents accompanying the application form to be attested by Gazetted Officers or Notarized 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 & additionally to be certified by the Learning Center Head. SMU also applied to DEC for a formal approval. Post Graduate Diploma and Master's Degree programs. There is no provision for doing dual courses of SMU at the same time. if any. shall come under jurisdiction of Udupi (Karnataka).manipalu. A candidate is permitted to pursue only one course of SMU at a time. The form is available on the website www. international students in India will not be allowed to appear for examinations.manipalu. as and when required. 500/as processing fee. failing which the application will be rejected. Promulgation of any such information in the website in the form of circulars / notices is considered to be adequate. Legal disputes. The students are advised to retain the counter foil and photocopy of the DD with them for their reference. where all circulars and important information will be hosted from time to time. Mid session transfers are not permitted 7.com Page 15 . 11. DE” payable at Manipal/Udupi and students should endorse their names. as per changes in environment. 5. Foreign nationals seeking admission in India are required to submit the additional application form for foreign nationals. course structure. rules and regulations without any prior notice. All payments shall be made by the students only in the form of DD drawn in favour of “Sikkim Manipal University. based on DEC's public notice to all Distance Education Providers. The University recognized Learning Centers of SMU are permitted to provide counseling services to students admitted by the University into its Diploma. 9. This approval is pending as on date. including Distance Education Council (DEC). 2006 failing which Provisional admission will be cancelled. University reserves the right to add/delete/change the syllabi. application numbers and center codes on the reverse of the DD. The fees once paid cannot be refunded for admitted students while refunds for rejected students will be made after deducting Rs. 10. RP to be submitted to the University by November 30. Sikkim Manipal University of Health. Graduate / Diploma means a candidate who has successfully completed a 3 year University Degree program / 3 year Diploma program from a state board for technical education. 4. Bachelor's.

basic qualification is 3 year graduation or equivalent. The candidates can enrol for the courses based on basic qualification and lateral entry qualification. For post graduation. Candidates may exit the course at any stage and will get the corresponding Diploma / PG Diploma based on the number of semesters / examinations completed at the time of 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. Basic qualification: For graduation. The details of eligibility criteria and fees structure of lateral entries are indicated in respective course headings. The various entry and exit points for all the courses are illustrated below graphically. The specific provisions are indicated under respective course headings. basic qualification is 10+2 or equivalent.Lateral Entry Scheme for SMU Courses Most of the courses are designed for multiple entry and exit. BCA BCA-VI BCA-V BCA-IV BCA-III BCA-II BCA-I BCA BScFD BScFD-VI BScFD-V BScFD-IV BScFD-III BScFD-II BScFD-I BScFD BScIT BScIT-VI BScIT-V BScIT-IV BScIT-III DIT Lateral Entry 1 MAJM BScTT Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry BScTT-II BScTT-I BScTT MAJM-IV MAJM-III MAJM-II MAJM-I MAJM Lateral Entry 2 Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry BScIT-II BScIT-I Direct Entry MBA MBA-IV MBA-III MBA-II MBA-I Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry MCA MBA MBA-Banking MBA-Banking-IV MBA-Banking-III MBA-Banking-II MBA-Banking-I MBAIT MBAIT-IV MBAIT-III MBAIT-II MBAIT-I MBAIT Lateral Entry 4 Lateral Entry 3 Lateral Entry 2 Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry MCA-VI MCA-V MCA-IV MCA-III MCA-II MCA-I MCA MBA-HCS MBA-HCS-IV MBA-HCS-III Lateral MBA-HCS-II Entry 1 Direct Entry MBA-HCS-I MBAHCS MSc CS Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry PG DCA MComIS MComIS-IV MComIS-III MComIS-II MComIS-I MComIS MScBI MScBI-IV MScBI-III PGDBI MScBI-II MScBI-I MScBI MScIT MScIT-IV MScIT-III MScIT-II MScIT-I MSc IT MScTT MScTT-IV MScTT-III MScTT-II MScTT-I MScTT PG DIT Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Lateral Entry 1 Direct Entry Page 16 . However such students will be required to appear and qualify in the previous semesters / relevant papers.

Objectives: The course is geared towards realizing the following objectives n DIT Max. internet and multimedia. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination.500 /.10 + 2 equivalent / 3 year diploma from a state board for technical education. in brief. OR (b) A 3 year Diploma in CS or IT from state board of technical education. executive secretaries or office administrators in various large corporate and banking sectors.500/. Second Semester Sub. 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 Equipping students with the technical knowledge required for an IT environment. presentations. Credit 2 2 4 4 4 16 n n n Eligibility: 10+2 equivalent/3year Diploma from a state board for technical education. Course Fees: Rs 8. students can continue their career with Bachelor's Degree Course (BSc-IT) in the same University with lateral entry to the third semester. Books of First semester will be supplied by the University and assessment will be completed at the Learning Centers. report writing.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. executive secretarial support. Min. Provision for lateral entry to second semester of D IT: (a)Successful completion of 10+2 and Six months computer course. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester Note: After successful completion of this course. and to support positions such as administrative assistants. operating systems.Diploma in Information Technology The Diploma program will prepare the candidates to advance. Refining written and interpersonal communication skills. Program Structure First Semester Sub. OR (c) A successful completion of 3 years Diploma in non IT field from state board of technical education and six month computer course. handling the database and understanding the system analysis and design in management. Duration: 2 years.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Duration: 1 year (2 semesters). Additional Fees: In addition to the regular fees. 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 32 Page 17 . The course will equip the candidates in the areas of information processing. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. concepts of computer programming. Understanding. Developing skills in understanding IT applications in various corporate business and banking sectors. 3.

television. internet. respective software and hardware in print. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent.manipalu.8. Code Title Credit 4 4 4 2 2 BJ0020 BJ0021 BJ0022 BJ0023 Media management Media and political system Media and development Media criticism Credit 4 4 4 4 Sub. This course is available only at select Learning Centers The center names and addresses are available on www.Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication There is a growing need for trained media professionals. Course Fee: Rs. radio. This course imparts a comprehensive training to young. Code Title Credit 4 4 4 4 BJ0024 BJ0025 BJ0026 BJ0027 Sixth Semester Credit 4 4 4 Media research Investigative reporting and interviews Project Third Semester Sub. internet and the likes.Code Title BJ0015 BJ0016 BJ0017 BJ0018 BJ0019 Media and society Media laws and media ethics Advertising Information society Magazine journalism Credit 2 4 4 4 2 Total Credits * in English and Hindi 16 Total Credits 64 Fifth Semester Second Semester Sub. television. To expose students to recent developments in media issues and media research. aspiring journalists to meet the needs in media industry. To strengthen the foundations for various technologies involved in mass media like computer applications. duration: 6 years.com. n n Program Structure First Semester Sub. Code Title BJ0011 BJ0012 BJ0013 BJ0014 Audio-Visual communication Photojournalism Technology based media communication Public Relations Anchor person in TV and radio broadcasting 4 Total Credits 96 Total Credits 48 Page 18 . Max. keeping pace with the recent developments in all areas of mass media. Code Title BJ0006 BJ0007 BJ0008 BJ0009 BJ0010 Internet and new media Organizational behavior Computer and printing process Media organization History of media Total Credits 80 Total Credits 32 Sub. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. Objectives: The course objectives are n To provide students with basic journalistic skills in various mass media. and in related fields. Students can start a full-fledged career in journalism or venture into freelancing. Code Title BJ0001 BJ0002 BJ0003 BJ0004 BJ0005 Communication skills Computer fundamentals Fundamentals of language* Human communication Print journalism * Fourth Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub. duration: 3 years (6 semesters).000/. radio. Min.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. BAJM This course would enable the students to work in various media like print. This course is meant for candidates who aspire for a career in mass communication and journalism.

To apply contemporary theories of organizational behavior. To use information and communication technology effectively.per semester inclusive of exam fees or as revised from time to time. To manage administrative functions with respect to planning. staffing and controlling. Min. Code Title BB0027 BB0028 BB0029 BB0030 BB0031 Cross-culture aspects of business Entrepreneurship development Economic reforms process in India Role of international financial institutions Management development Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Total Credits 48 Total Credits 96 Page 19 . Code Title BB0001 BB0002 BB0003 BB0004 BB0005 BB0006 Marketing Organization behavior Organization. duration: 6 years. Code Title BB0017 BB0018 BB0019 BB0020 BB0021 Financial reporting Human resource management Taxation Managing information Production & operation management Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Total Credits 64 Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub.8. To communicate effectively through writing and in interpersonal communication.Bachelor of Business 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. n n BBA To integrate and manage administrative systems. The program blends the three core disciplines of management. utilization and evaluation of information technology. To make informed decisions in the selection. Code Title BB0022 BB0023 BB0024 BB0025 BB0026 Capital & money market Multinationals & their roles Introduction to International marketing e-Commerce Introduction to technology management Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Total Credits 32 Total Credits 80 Third Semester Sub. Max. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n Course Fee: Rs. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. n n Program Structure First Semester Sub. organizing. n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year diploma from a state board for technical education. In addition. Code Title BB0012 BB0013 BB0014 BB0015 BB0016 Management accounting Financial system & auditing Introduction to internet Quality management Small business management Sixth Semester Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Sub. communication and information systems into a balanced program providing the contemporary manager with effective skills.500/. the program offers general business courses to broaden the prospective manager’s knowledge base. duration: 3 years (6 semesters). competition & environment Communication skills in English Computer fundamentals Financial accounting Fourth Semester Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 Sub. Code Title BB0007 BB0008 BB0009 BB0010 BB0011 Management Information Systems (MIS) Legal regulatory framework Business strategy Quantitative techniques in business Managing financial resources Fifth Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub.

who can apply computer science principles to solve problems produced by the interface between business and technology.500/. n Demonstrating a substantial understanding of concepts in key areas of computer science. Total Credits 64 Program Structure First Semester Sub.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time.500 /. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. n Carrying out the required analysis and synthesis involved in computer systems. After completion of the course. BCA Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BCA (First Level): Eligibility: (a) Successful completion of 10+2 and six months computer course. Code Title Credit 4 4 4 2 2 BC0021 BC0022 BC0023 BC0024 BC0025 Understanding PC components and preventive maintenance Installing and configuring Windows 2000 & Linux administration Computational numeric analysis Operating systems Markup language and C# programming Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Total Credits 16 Total Credits 80 Second Semester Sub. n Demonstrating professional competence in developing software and in its design and implementation n Developing sound practical skills in order to address problems which arise from computer systems and applications.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Min. 3. Code Title BC0026 BC0027 BC0028 BC0029 BC0030 BC0031 Network topology and protocol Data warehousing and data mining Algorithm Artificial intelligence Geographic information systems Project Credit 2 4 2 2 2 4 Total Credits 32 Total Credits 96 Page 20 . an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following student objectives n Demonstrating sound knowledge in key areas of computer science or industrial computing.8. Course Fee: Rs. information systems and computer applications. OR (b) A 3 year diploma in IT field from state board of technical education. This is an undergraduate program where students are exposed to various areas of computer applications including the latest developments in the industry. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. n Demonstrating sound presentation and communication skills.net Oracle 9i and distributed database Accounting and financial management Credit 4 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 48 Fourth Semester Sub.Code Title BC0001 BC0002 BC0003 BC0004 BC0005 Fundamentals of computer application Mathematics Communication skills in English Internet and multimedia C programming Fifth Semester Sub. Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year diploma from a state board for technical education. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centers.Bachelor of Computer Application Fast growing information technology and communication systems have become critical components of almost every company’s strategic plan. Third Semester Sub. Code Title BC0006 BC0007 BC0008 BC0009 BC0010 Computer organization and architecture Database management Discrete mathematics Object oriented programming (C++) Data & file structure Sixth Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub. students of high academic standard shall be capable of competing for employment in a chosen professional area and pursuing career development in that area. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. Max. Code Title BC0016 BC0017 BC0018 BC0019 BC0020 Java programming Website management and design Management process & organization behavior Software management and quality assurance VC++ Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. duration: 6 years. Code Title BC0011 BC0012 BC0013 BC0014 BC0015 Linux Assemblers and Compilers Visual basic. duration: 3 years. Companies which want to take advantage of the new information technologies and communication systems require expert professionals. which are required in the computer industry.

Code Title BM0010 BM0011 BM0012 BM0013 Economics: environment & macro policy Business law Database management & Oracle Advanced accountancy Sixth Semester Credit 4 4 4 4 Sub.6.000/. duration: 6 years. duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Code Title BM0001 BM0002 BM0003 BM0004 BM0005 Financial accounting Modern Indian / foreign language Mathematics and statistics Business organization and management Basic computer application Fourth Semester Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Sub. accounts and IT. Allowing students to compete in the global market for BPO.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. Max. Min. Imparting broad knowledge in advanced areas of commerce. insurance and risk management. Code Title BM0019 BM0020 BM0021 BM0022 BM0023 Management information systems (MIS) Electronic banking Financial management Financial services Capital & money market Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Ecosystem & micro economics Office management & secretarial practice Programming in C & C++ Marketing management Total Credits 32 Total Credits 80 Third Semester Sub. This course covers accounting. Enabling students to acquire the necessary skills and strategies to cope with the ever increasing requirements of industries and business in the globalized era. n Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent. Course Fee: Rs. economic and financial principles and a basic understanding of the technologies underlying e-commerce.Bachelor of Commerce in Information 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. n Program Structure First Semester Sub. Code Title BM0006 BM0007 BM0008 BM0009 Fifth Semester Credit 4 4 4 4 Sub. outsourcing and other international jobs. Code Title BM0014 BM0015 BM0016 BM0017 BM0018 e-Commerce and application package Business taxation & auditing Management & cost accounting Secured e-transaction Human resource management Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Total Credits 16 Total Credits 64 Second Semester Sub. Code Title BM0024 BM0025 BM0026 BM0027 Credit 4 4 4 4 Total Credits 48 Small business management & entrepreneurship Visual basic CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Insurance and risk management Total Credits 96 Page 21 . n BComIS Equipping students with business skills and communication skills and knowledge of legal issues required by various departments of different organizations.

bioinformatics.Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology The course is designed for undergraduates who wish to make a career in the field of biotechnology.is applicable in addition to course fee for the candidates seeking admission under this criterion. duration: 6 years.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time (Fees for lab at University center). Code Title BO0027 BO0028 BO0029 BO0030 BO0031 BO0032 BO0033 Agri-biotechnology Environmental biotechnology Industrial biotechnology and applications Biotechnology product design and processing Bioethics and IPR Data warehousing Project Credit 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 Total Credits 48 Total Credits Page 22 96 . An additional fee of Rs.000/. BScBT Eligibility: (a) 10+2 in Science (with Biology) or equivalent.com. software and programming skills and emerging techniques. duration: 3 years (6 semesters). Min. This exciting field is full of career opportunities. The center names and addresses are available on www.10.500/. Code Title BO0011 BO0012 BO0013 BO0014 BO0015 Microbial genetics Molecular biology Biostatistics and mathematics Linux Biophysics Sixth Semester Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Sub. students are exposed to specialized topics in various areas of biotechnology and also have to complete a project at the industry or research laboratory level. The first year of this 3-year course is designed to be a foundation course with students being trained in the basics of various subjects required for a further understanding of biotechnology.2. Code Title BO0006 BO0007 BO0008 BO0009 BO0010 Communication skills Introduction to biotechnology and bioinformatics Computer programming and operating systems Macromolecules Principles of Mendelian genetics Fifth Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub. To enable students to pursue a PG degree in the field or specialize in any of the topics covered in the course. molecular and cell biology. Course Fee: Rs. (b) 10+2 in Science (without Biology) or equivalent. In the final year. Code Title BO0016 BO0017 BO0018 BO0019 BO0020 Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Biological systems Principles of biochemistry Taxonomy and classification of living systems Basic organic chemistry Basics of IT Computational methods in biology Eukaryotic genetics Principles of microbiology and immunology Basic cell biology Introduction to Java & Perl Total Credits 16 Total Credits 64 Second Semester Sub. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 240 hrs/semester. Code Title BO0001 BO0002 BO0003 BO0004 BO0005 Fourth Semester Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Sub. Max. Code Title BO0021 BO0022 BO0023 BO0024 BO0025 BO0026 C++ programming Structural biology Advanced cell and molecular biology Advanced topics in bioinformatics Animal and plant tissue culture Recombinant DNA technology Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 32 Total Credits 80 Third Semester Sub. n Program Structure First Semester Sub. The study material shall be provided by the University and the examination will be conducted at the Learning Centers as per guidelines issued by the University. This course is available only at select learning centers. IT applications. both at the industry and the academic or research levels. (but not restricted to). The candidates seeking admission under this criterion must also undergo a foundation course in biology in the first semester.manipalu. The second intermediate year consists of advanced courses in topics pertinent to the subject. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n Providing in-depth training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of various topics including.

BScBT The fee structure for the practical training at the third and fifth semesters will be Rs 5. the Learning Centers are required to have a full fledged laboratory and appropriate staff to support it. Practical training is also part of the curriculum for the third semester (2nd year) and fifth semester (3rd year). Practical training will be conducted once in a year. the practical training required in the 2nd year and 3rd year will be conducted at two or three nodal training centers in the country. Year 1st Course Code BO 0002 & BO 0004 BO 0011 & BO 0012 BO 0018 & BO 0023 Course Biochemistry & Organic Chemistry practical course Microbial Genetics & Molecular Biology Basic Cell Biology & Advanced Cell and Molecular Biology 2nd 3rd Page 23 . However. Presently students in the 2nd and 3rd years of the program will be required to undertake their practical course at the laboratories of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) at Manipal in Karnataka till such time nodal centers are established.000 respectively. exact fees will be indicated before the examination.Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology The BScBT students will have to undergo practical courses in chosen subjects as shown below. Since these practical courses require advanced equipment and imported chemicals and reagents. In general. The Learning Centers have a basic bio-technology laboratory and staff to support the practical training required in the first semester. Costs of travel and accommodation cost to attend the training at Manipal are not part of these fees and will have to be borne separately by the students.000 and Rs 6.

BScFD Third Semester Credit 4 4 4 4 Sub.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for the scheme. Total Credits 48 Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year diploma from state board of technical education. duration: 3 years (6 semesters). The study material for the second semester would be provided by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the learning center.500 /. Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Code Title BF0023 BF0024 BF0025 BF0026 BF0027 Quality control Advanced CAD Consumer information Marketing and advertising Project Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Total Credits 96 . Code Title BF0014 BF0015 BF0016 BF0017 BF0018 Fabric preparation for consumers Embroidery Import export Financial and management accounting CAD application Credit 4 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 16 Total Credits 64 Second Semester Sub. Note: For this lateral entry the students have to appear and pass the second semester examination. Code Title BF0019 BF0020 BF0021 BF0022 Garment manufacturing Merchandising Concept of e-Commerce Production management Credit 4 4 4 4 Total Credits 32 Total Credits 80 Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BScFD (First Level): Eligibility: Successful completion of 10+2 and six months of fashion designing course.10.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code Title BF0006 BF0007 BF0008 BF0009 Principles & elements of design Advanced multimedia Introduction to pattern making Sewing technology Fifth Semester Credit 4 4 4 4 Sub. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 240 hrs/semester. 3. an additional lateral entry fees of Rs.3.Bachelor of Science in Fashion Design This course is designed for undergraduates who wish to make a career in fashion designing. Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees. The center names and addresses are available on www. This rapidly growing field is full of exciting career opportunities in both the garment industry and the private label sector. Code Title BF0010 BF0011 BF0012 BF0013 Pattern making and stitching Yarns to fabrics Classification and areas of fashion Fashion illustration Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n Enabling students who have completed 10+2 or equivalent to pursue a career in the field of fashion design. Min. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Program Structure First Semester Sub.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. This course is available only at select Learning Centers.500/. n Enabling students to learn various aspects of the fashion industry and design methods. Course Fee: Rs. Provision for Second level lateral entry into the third semester of BSc FD: Eligibility: Second lateral entry into the third semester of BScFD is only given to the students who have successfully completed 10+2 and two years diploma in fashion design from any institute of fashion design recognized by the AICTE or equivalent professional qualification. Max. as applied to garments. n Enabling students in gaining the working knowledge of computers and IT in fashion design. Page 24 Sixth Semester Sub. Code Title BF0001 BF0002 BF0003 BF0004 BF0005 Introduction to fashion concepts Introduction to textiles Communication skills in English Introduction to yarn craft Computer basics Fourth Semester Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Sub. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centers. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.manipalu.com. duration: 6 years.500/.

Additional Fees: In addition to the regular fees.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. 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 Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Fifth Semester Sub. duration : 6 years. OR (c) A successful completion of 3 years Diploma in non IT field from state board of technical education and six month computer course. Books of First semester will be supplied by the University and assessment will be completed at the Learning Centers. The recent emergence of global business. Code Title BT0036 BT0037 BT0038 BT0039 BT0040 Operating System [OS] Linux (OS) Communication skills in English Basic Mathematics Visual Programming with VB Sub. Max. n Knowledge of advanced IT applications in different business sectors. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Primary objectives of this program: n BScIT Provision for lateral entry to second semester of BSc IT: Eligibility: (a)Successful completion of 10+2 and Six months computer course.500 /. Min. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination. 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. Course Fees: Rs 8. new technologies for data processing and data communication / networking environment. Imparting knowledge of computer and programming logic environment in IT. The BScIT 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. Code Title BT0046 BT0047 BT0048 BT0049 BT0050 Communication Technology Management Information Systems (MIS) Accounting Principles & Practice Software Engineering Data Warehousing & Mining Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 80 Program Structure First Semester Sub.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. duration : 3 years (6 semesters). Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers : 160 hrs/semester WML & WML Script Introduction to (Dot) . OR (b) A 3 year Diploma in CS or IT from state board of technical education. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.500/. Third Semester Sub. SMU's IT programs intend to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills required to contribute to the vital area of Information Technology. equip specialized science graduates to focus on professional careers in Information Technology.Bachelor of Science in Information Technology The design and implementation of BScIT offers new challenges when compared to the traditional computing environment. Code Title BT0041 BT0042 BT0043 BT0044 BT0045 n Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 Year diploma from state board of technical education. Code Title BT0051 BT0052 BT0053 BT0054 BT0055 UNIX Operating Systems Client Server Architecture Java Programming Basics of e-Commerce Internet Technology and Web Designing Total Credits Credit 2 2 4 4 4 96 Total Credits 16 Sixth Semester Second Semester Sub. 3. Code Title Credit 2 2 4 4 4 BT0056 BT0057 BT0058 BT0059 BT0060 BT0061 Software Testing and Quality Assurance Quality Management Principle Optical Base Networking Information System Security Database Concept with Oracle PROJECT Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 120 Page 25 Total Credits 32 .Net Technology OOPS using C++ Computing Numerical & Statistical Methods Data Communication & Computer Networking Total Credits 64 Fourth Semester Sub.

*Under elective. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Centers. Max. 32 Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. the students will develop sound professional skills for an effective teaching-learning process. Code Title BE0001 BE0002 BE0003 BE0004 BE0005 BE0006 Educational psychology Education and teacher function Evolution of teaching technologies Computer fundamentals Internet and education TV and satellite based education Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectivesn Train students in design and execution of lessons in various school subjects with the aid of computers. They will also have competence in any subject of their choice and will be able to organize and teach the subject effectively.Bachelor of Science in Teaching Technology The course is designed to equip the students with the knowledge and skills for effective teaching in secondary schools using computers and multimedia devices. BScTT First Semester Program Structure Sub.500/. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs 3. students can select any one of the following combinations Group 1 BE0801 Methodology of science teaching 4 Credits Group 2 BE0802 Methodology of non-science teaching 4 Credits Page 26 . duration: 2 years.500/. After completion of the course. Course Fee: Rs.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. duration: 1 year (2 semesters). Code Title BE0007 BE0008 BE0009 BE0010 Elements of instructional design and content development Elective* Educational evaluation Project Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent. Total Credits 16 n n Second Semester Sub. To understand foundations and basic principles of education. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Min. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.9. Credit 4 4 4 4 Total Credits Lateral entry to second semester of BScTT: Eligibility: BEd graduate or post graduate.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 240 hrs/semester. To plan and implement the secondary school curriculum.

The course content of Post Graduate Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sales Management has been framed to fill the gap between the health management system. pharmacist and drugs. communication skills and the skills of handling drugs.9. the stability. duration: 1 year (2 semesters). PGDPSM Program Structure First Semester Sub. A large gap exists in every channel of drug distribution and a lot of human resources are involved. legal aspects. Credit 4 4 4 4 Min. drug store management. Max. People in this field need to be aware of drugs.PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sales Management The two-semester Post Graduate Diploma program will equip the students in areas of computers. storage and management of drugs.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. duration: 2 years. Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub. Course Fee: Rs. Total Credits 32 Page 7 29 . Code Title MP0005 MP0006 MP0007 MP0008 Marketing & sales force management Drugs & legal aspects Selling skills Drug stores management Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent. Code Title MP0001 MP0002 MP0003 MP0004 Basics of anatomy & physiology Comprehensive study of drugs Basic computer skills Communication skills in English Credit 4 4 4 4 Objectives: n The course provides in-depth skill in drug store management. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester.500/.

photography and related fields.Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication This course is specially meant for candidates who aspire for a career in mass media and communication. radio. Group 1: MJ1601 MJ1602 MJ1603 Organizational communication Advertising and public relations Event management and reporting 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits Group 2: MJ1604 MJ1605 MJ1606 Television studies Television production Television management and its policy 4 credits 4 credits 4 credits Page 28 .com. Code Title MJ0011 MJ0012 MJ0013 MJ0014 News critics Photography and videography Interviews for print. Code Title MJ0015 MJ0016 Master thesis Elective* Credit 4 12 Total Credits 64 Total Credits 32 *Under elective. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. students have the option of specializing in either television production or corporate communication. This course is available only at select learning centers. television.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. To provide an integrated perspective of media functioning along with a fair amount of exposure to technical know-how. 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 Center.000/. Throughout the course. corporate advertising. Course Fee: Rs. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent. n n Program Structure First Semester Sub. In the final semester. Objectives: The course is geared towards realizing the following objectives n To provide intensive theoretical and practical knowledge in various media professions ranging from the management of media organization to research. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.500/. To hone the student’s analytical ability. impetus will be placed on a critical approach to media and special attention will be given to communication research. Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees.manipalu. radio and television Online journalism Credit 4 4 4 4 Total Credits 48 Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub. duration: 4 years. MAJM Completion of this course would open vistas for fulfilling careers in various media like television production. Code Title MJ0006 MJ0007 MJ0008 MJ0009 MJ0010 Radio and television for communication Computer applications in mass communication Television news Media organization and management Communication research Fourth Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub. Max. The center names and addresses are available on www. student can select from any one of the following combinations Provision for lateral entry to the second semester of MAJM (First Level) Eligibility: Successful completion of 3 years graduation with one year work experience in Journalism & Mass Communication. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs 3.9.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code Title MJ0001 MJ0002 MJ0003 MJ0004 MJ0005 Internet and media Computer fundamentals Mass communication Reporting and editing Media laws and ethics Third Semester Credit 2 2 4 4 4 Sub. and imparts training in print. internet and corporate communication. Min.

duration: 2 years (4 semesters). commercial. n Third Semester Sub. Min. A 3-year graduation and min 3 year managerial / supervisory experience in reputed organization.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. absorption and IPR Business Process Re-engineering Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) e. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. policy planning Project management Decision support systems Credit 2 4 2 4 4 Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent / 3 year diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2.Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an integrated program designed to provide an advanced course in management for those seeking senior positions in industry. duration: 4 years. commerce and public services. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives: n To develop the essential management skills required to meet and participate in the increasingly international business environment. A 3-year graduation with 6 months management Diploma from recognized institution and min 1 year managerial / supervisory experience in reputed organization. Code Title Credit 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 MB0020 MB0021 Elective * Project Credit 8 8 Total Credits 64 : Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub. Total Credits 48 Program Structure First Semester Sub. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester.Customer Relationship Management & Supply Chain Management Conflict management & negotiation skills History of management (case study) Total Credits 32 Page 29 . Code Title MB0015 MB0016 MB0017 MB0018 MB0019 Infrastructure management Fundamentals of infrastructure project financing Indian infrastructure development. geographical and cultural backgrounds. and is aimed at improving the decision making abilities of participants and producing managers of the highest quality. To build upon the essential core management modules allowing greater emphasis on elective modules of management. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination.500/. Code Title MB0001 MB0002 MB0003 MB0004 MB0005 MB0006 MB0007 Management process and organization behavior Internet application Marketing management Human resource management Operation management Financial management Management Information Systems (MIS) Fourth Semester Sub. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. OR 3. Max. BBA / BBM or equivalent from recognized University OR 2. The core subjects of the MBA are aimed at developing knowledge and skills in fundamental management disciplines. Code Title MB0008 MB0009 MB0010 MB0011 MB0012 MB0013 MB0014 Credit 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 Strategic technology management Management of technology transfer. MBA Lateral entry to the Second Semester of MBA (First Level) Eligibility: 1. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Course Fee: Rs.3. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Center.9. The course involves participation in group work with course members from many different industrial.500/.

regulators and financial advisors. Code Title Credit MA0022 Fundamentals of infrastructure project financing 2 MA0023 Corporate finance management 2 MA0024 Mutual funds and portfolio management 4 MA0025 Electives 4 MA0026 Project 4 Total Credits 64 Program Structure First Semester Sub.Merchant Banking and capital markets Apart from the above mentioned credit subjects. An MBA in Banking provides a coherent analytical framework to develop the required skills needed to manage finance. which are as follows: = Selling skills = Articulation skills . = To use creative pedagogy. CodeTitle Credit MA0015 Business communication and customer care 2 MA0016 Financial system and commercial banking in India 2 MA0017 Banking related laws and practices 2 MA0018 Computerization and MIS in banking operations 2 MA0019 Resource mobilization and marketing of banking services 2 MA0020 Counter operations. OR MA2504. absorption and IPR 4 MA0009 Principles and practices of management 2 MA0010 Business process re-engineering 2 MA0011 Enterprise resource planning (ERP) 2 MA0012 Customer relationship management and supply chain management 2 MA0013 Conflict management and negotiation skills 2 MA0014 History of management (case study) 2 Total Credits 32 Third Semester Sub. duration: 4 years. Code Title Credit MA0001 Management Process and organization Behavior 4 MA0002 Internet application 2 MA0003 Marketing management 2 MA0004 Human Resource management 2 MA0005 Operation management 2 MA0006 Financial management 2 MA0007 Management Information Systems (MIS) 2 Total Credits 16 Page 30 Electives: Any one of the following MA2501. people and information and to learn how these skills can be applied in banking and elsewhere in the financial sector. etc) OR MA2102 Advance technology in banking (ATM. laying stress upon personal skills. = MBA-Banking Second Semester Sub. Financial systems and financial firm strategies are now involved in a fundamental.Computerized auditing in Banks.Treasury. This degree will equip students with the managerial knowledge and skills to respond successfully to the rapid changes in technology. fund managers. we are also intending to cover the audit subjects. investment and risk management in banks/ FI's OR MA2503. = To prepare successful students for a career in banking. Objectives: To provide access to a broad base of knowledge in core managerial skills. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester Fourth Semester Sub. far reaching process of realignment and change. Internet banking. etc) 4 Total Credits 48 Eligibility: 3 Year graduation or equivalent Eligible students also have the option of lateral entry to the second semester of MBA (B) Course Fees: Rs 9. Code Title Credit MA0008 Strategic technology management. = To give participants a holistic approach to problems and their solutions. The growing economic importance of financial sectors has also re-emphasized that bankers. must have a clear understanding of the theory and practice relating to banking and finance.500/. multinational companies. = To provide a total organizational viewpoint on the management of a banking corporation. savings bank. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). consumer and personal loans. performance and shareholder value creation. = To familiarize students with the IT developments affecting the banking industry.Master of Business Administration in Banking Banking services represents a highly competitive and rapidly changing sector in every modern economy. Max. vehicle.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. customer requirements and regulations in order to make smart decisions about operations and strategies that affect decision making in the global banking industry. securities firms. The strategic priority of banks and other financial institutions has shifted away from growth and size alone towards a greater emphasis on profitability. Min. current account and remittances 2 MA2101 Retail finance management ( housing. = To introduce the key aspects of international banking operations. = To develop international employability by commitment to banking industry. = To familiarize students with the recent developments in the banking industry.International Banking and finance and international trade and forex risk management OR MA2502. Management of technology transfer.

To lead and motivate others by effectively communicating the critical role of IT in enabling organizational strategy. In the MBAIT program. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester. The Master of Business Administration with a focus on Information Technology is designed to help professionals to bridge the gap between today’s technology and management’s use of the products of the global information infrastructure. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Center. OR 32 (b) 3 year Diploma from state board for technical education after 10+2 and at least two years experience in an IT related organization thereafter. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination.3. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Effectively lead and manage IT-related change through a keen understanding of organizational and human impact. Code Title MI0007 MI0008 MI0009 MI0010 MI0011 MI0012 Human resource management Visual basic Operations management Financial management C++ Oracle Total Credits Lateral entry to the second semester of MBAIT (First Level) Eligibility: (a) 3 years graduation and six months computer course.500/. Course Fee: Rs. n n n n Eligibility: 3 year graduation / 3 year diploma from a state board for technical education after 10+2 or equivalent. for enhancing productivity and competitiveness. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). Code Title MI0013 MI0014 MI0015 MI0016 MI0017 MI0018 Management Information Systems (MIS) E-Business & IT law Conflict management & negotiation skills Software project management Website management & design Data warehousing. To understand critical issues related to successfully managing IT projects. OR (c) BBA / BBM / BCA.9. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. MBAIT Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 Second Semester Sub.Master of Business Administration in Information Technology Today’s IT leader knows that it takes more than analytical skills and technical acumen to succeed in the world of business. data mining Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 Program Structure First Semester Sub. This is where MBAIT helps.500/. Code Title MI0019 MI0020 MI0021 MI0022 MI0023 E-CRM & supply chain management International business Enterprise resource planning (ERP) New technologies Project Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Total Credits 16 Total Credits 64 Page 31 . technological innovation and globalization issues are always in high demand. OR (e) years graduation (any discipline) and minimum 3 years of managerial / supervisory experience in reputed organization. It takes a keen understanding of the big picture and how IT can be harnessed to deliver core business objectives. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives: n To understand the convergence of business and IT.per semester inclusive of exam fees or as revised from time to time. duration: 4 years. communication and management skills. achieving organizational goals and delivering a competitive advantage. Max. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. BScIT. Min. There is a dramatic and immediate need for executives and IT managers who not only understand the strategic use of IT. OR (d) 3 years graduation (any discipline) with 6 months management diploma from an institution and 1 year managerial/ supervisory experience in reputed organization. you learn techniques for anticipating and implementing technological advances that are critical to future business success. Third Semester Sub. BSc Computer Science equivalent from recognized University.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. All modern organizations require its people to be equipped with information technology knowledge for addressing their specific business needs. To establish performance metrics and accountability measures to report IT results and accomplishments. but also have a strong business orientation and well developed leadership. and the impact of the digital economy on organizations. The knowledge and skills necessary to manage workers. Code Title MI0001 MI0002 MI0003 MI0004 MI0005 MI0006 Management process & organization behavior Windows based application Marketing Financial accounting Business applications of IT Internet (HTML) Total Credits Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 48 Fourth Semester Sub.

(including examination fee) is payable by students opting for this scheme. Code MH0009 MH0010 MH0011 MH0012 MH0013 MH0014 Title Epidemiology Industrial relation and labour law Marketing management Public relation and office organization Hospital organization and plan Health information management Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 32 Third Semester Sub. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). Max. 3. Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. and being entrusted with their detailed management until the necessary changes are fully effected.Pharma from a recognized University.500/. Books of First Semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Center. Second Semester Sub. This course is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the knowledge. healthcare professionals and managers need more than just medical training to succeed. skills and educational expertise necessary to master modern business principles which are necessary in solving complexities. pharmaceutical services with respect to pharmaceuticals. n To strengthen implementation of hospital service data set and produce guidelines on hospital boards and step down facilities. Course Fees: Rs 9. n To enforce the institutional health legislation. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 160 hrs/semester MBAHCS Lateral entry to the second semester of MBA-HCS (First Level) Eligibility: MBBS/BDS/B.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code MH0021 MH0022 MH0023 MH0024 MH0025 Title Credit Quality control and management 2 Legal aspects in healthcare 2 Management Information System (MIS) 4 Advanced technique in healthcare 4 Project 4 Total Credits 64 Program Structure First Semester Sub. Min. Code MH0015 MH0016 MH0017 MH0018 MH0019 MH0020 Title Hospital supporting services Materials management Diagnostic services Management accounting Ethics Health information system Total Credits Credit 4 2 2 4 2 2 48 Fourth Semester Sub. n To determine the hospital needs of the population and to ensure that optimum use is made of the hospital services and clinics. students have to appear and pass the First Semester examination. after 10+2. Code Title Credit MH0001 Management process and organization behavior 2 MH0002 Computer basics 2 MH0003 Human resource management 2 MH0004 Operation management 2 MH0005 Financial management 2 MH0006 Medical terminology and medical records 2 MH0007 Introduction to healthcare 2 MH0008 Economics in healthcare 2 Total Credits 16 Page 32 . Eligibility: 3 years graduation or equivalent / 3 year diploma from State Board of Technical Education. n To plan for and to co-ordinate appropriate hospital service development within the hospital. medical equipment and other disposable supplies.Master of Business Administration in Health Care Services In today’s highly competitive and rapidly evolving healthcare market. Note: In the lateral entry scheme. Objectives: n To decentralize management authority at hospital level. including the quality of care given therein. arising in health services organizations and to help these professionals advance in their careers in healthcare industry. to be responsible for all departments. n To liaise with the Director. duration: 4 years.500/.

file & data structure and the core of programming.500/. Max.500/. 3 year graduation and six months computer course OR 32 Providing specialization in computer science with technical. 6 years {for MCA}. operating systems. covering various methodologies to develop software products efficiently by utilizing advance networking technologies and application software. professional and communications skills.500/. V and VI semester: Rs.3. Depending on the qualifications & conditions specified. MCA is a course of 6 semesters with the provision of multiple exit degree system. 2. After successful completion of the first two semesters of MCA. duration: 1 year (2 semesters) {for PGDCA}. Code Title MC0006 MC0007 MC0008 MC0009 MC0010 MC0011 Computational techniques Programming concepts and object oriented programming (OOPS) Data and file structure Computer organization and architecture Information systems. Min. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. entertainment services and healthcare. MCA PGDCA First Semester Sub. Train future industry professionals. IV. internet. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at Learning Centers: 240 hrs/semester. assemblers and compilers Operating system Credit 2 4 2 2 4 2 Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectivesn Total Credits Lateral entry to the second semester of MCA (First Level) Eligibility: 1. education.A 3 year Diploma from the state board for technical education after 10+2 and at least two years experience in an IT related organization thereafter. Emphasis is given to in-depth studies of numerous application-oriented subjects. III .9. be it business. This course is designed to produce a dynamic breed of computer professionals with excellent managerial skills. Course Fee: I & II Semester: Rs. Page 33 .per semester. The program gives fundamental knowledge of computers. Books of First Semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Center. 4 years {for MScCS}. Code Title MC0001 MC0002 MC0003 MC0004 MC0005 Windows based application Internet Communication skills in English Mathematics and statistics Discrete mathematics and digital system Program Structure Credit 4 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub.per semester inclusive of exam fees or as revised from time to time. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. such a student shall be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application [PGDCA]. 2 years (4 semesters) {for MScCS}.10. duration: 2 years {for PGDCA}. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.Master of Computer Application Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application The world has become a small village due to the revolution in Information Technology. n Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent. different options are presented here. It has affected almost all walks of life. computational techniques. PGDCA is an initiation course for students who want to become skillful and knowledgeable IT professionals. 3 years (6 semesters) {for MCA}.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting under this scheme. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. if a student wishes to discontinue the course.

The program gives advanced knowledge of programming languages. XML and C# programming Credit 4 2 2 2 2 4 Total Credits Lateral entry to third semester of MCA (Second Level) 48 Eligibility: (a) Successful completion of BScIT / BCA / BSc (Computer Science) / BE / BTech (Computer Science / Electronics & Communication) or equivalent. client server and distributed database systems. Students will be introduced to software development through software engineering and project management techniques. communication techniques along with algorithmic theories. Code Title MC0018 MC0019 MC0020 MC0021 MC0022 Communication technology Software engineering Software project management and quality assurance Oracle 9i and distributed data base Client server architecture and networks Credit 4 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 64 Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n n Increasing technological awareness. student can select any one of the following combinations Group1 MC3101 Embedded systems 4 Credits Group2 MC3102 . an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. n Dexterity in advanced programming languages. Page 34 Total Credits 80 Sixth Semester Sub. After successful completion of the course. The course provides an opportunity to students to improve their skill sets. n The skills to work with higher end applications in Internet Technologies. After successful completion of the first four semesters of MCA. Fifth Semester Sub. OR (b) A 3 year graduation with PGDCA / PGDIT or equivalent from a recognized University / successful completion of A level course from DOECC after graduation. Encouraging effective quality software development. This category is not eligible for exit qualification for MScCS. students have to appear and pass the second semester examination. n The power to build sophisticated software for a wide range of applications. Students will be exposed to software management. students will be exposed to programming languages. Third Semester Sub. Code Title MC0029 MC0030 MC0031 MC0032 Advanced operating systems Advanced computer architecture Elective* Project Credit 2 2 4 8 Total Credits 96 *Under elective.3. networks & communication technology.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for this scheme. computer graphics.Net applications 4 Credits . students shall be awarded the Master of Computer Application (MCA). Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees.500/. networking and software management techniques. computer architecture. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. This category is not eligible for exit qualification for MScCS. MCA MScCS Fourth Semester Sub. In the third and fourth semesters of MCA.Master of Computer Application Master of Science in Computer Science MScCS is an advanced course for students who already have a basic knowledge of computers. operating system concepts. Code Title MC0012 MC0013 MC0014 MC0015 MC0016 MC0017 Database management and Oracle Visual basic Computer graphics Computer networks Microprocessor application Algorithm & algorithmic graph theory Credit 4 2 2 2 2 4 The fifth and sixth semesters of the MCA course aim at training graduates with the latest technical skills and software management skills required at the higher levels of IT management. Books of second semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the Learning Center. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n A strong foundation of computer systems and information technology. OR (c) A 3 year graduation with 2 year Diploma from CMC / ET&T / NIIT/APTECH/2 year advanced Diploma in IT from center for Electronic Design & Technology of India (CEDIT). n The managerial ability to analyze. Code Title MC0023 MC0024 MC0025 MC0026 MC0027 MC0028 Advanced internet programming Data ware housing and data mining e-business Advanced applications in IT in compression imaging IT and law WML. design and develop software and to maintain software development. networking concepts. database management techniques. if a student wishes to discontinue the course. processors and other advanced concepts in the IT field. he/she shall be awarded the Master of Science in Computer Science [MScCS].

student can select any one of the following combinations Group1 MC3101 Embedded systems 4 Credits Group2 MC3102 . assembler and compilers Algorithm and algorithmic graph theory Provision for lateral entry to Fourth Semester of MCA (Third Level): Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 Fourth Semester Sub. The students need NOT appear for fourth semester examination and no lateral entry fee will be applicable for this scheme. MC0055=MC0010 and MC0056=MC0017 Total Credits 16 Sixth Semester Sub. MC0054=MC0016. MC0053=MC0011. Students need NOT appear for third semester examination and no lateral entry fee will be applicable for this scheme. This lateral entry scheme has a separately designed set of subject combinations as given below. Code Title MC0051 MC0052 MC0053 MC0054 MC0055 MC0056 Computational techniques Data and file structure Operating system Microprocessor application Information system.Net applications 4 Credits Total Credits 16 # Note that MC0051=MC0006. MCA Fifth Semester Sub. Code Title MC0029 MC0030 MC0031 MC0032 Advanced operating system Advanced computer architecture Elective* Project Credit 2 2 4 8 Total Credits 96 Provision for lateral entry to Fifth Semester of MCA (Fourth Level): Eligibility: MIT of MAHE / MSc IT of SMU This lateral entry scheme has a separately designed set of subject combinations as given below. Sixth Semester Sub. MC0053=MC0011. assemblers and compilers Algorithm and algorithmic graph theory Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 96 *Under elective. Code Title MC0029 MC0030 MC0031 MC0032 Advanced operating systems Advanced computer architecture Elective* Project Credit 2 2 4 8 Fifth Semester Sub. MC0052=MC0008. MC0055=MC0010 and MC0056=MC0017 Page 35 . MC0052=MC0008. MC0054=MC0016. Code Title MC0051 MC0052 MC0053 MC0054 MC0055 MC0056 Computational techniques Data and file structure Operating system Microprocessor application Information system. Code Title MC0018 MC0019 MC0020 MC0021 MC0022 Communication technology Software engineering Software project management and quality assurance Oracle 9i and distributed database Client server architecture and networks Credit 4 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 32 # Note that MC0051=MC0006.Master of Computer Application Eligibility: MSc Computer Science / Master's in Computer Management (MCM) or equivalent.

Code Title MM0011 MM0012 MM0013 MM0014 MM0015 Accounting theory (new standards) Secured e-commerce transaction & object oriented programming Electronic banking & transactions Business policy Company law & new regulatory mechanics of business n Credit 4 4 4 2 2 n Eligibility: Graduate in Commerce / Economics / Banking / Finance / Insurance / Accounting or equivalent. Total Credits 48 Fourth Semester Sub. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. Code Title MM0001 MM0002 MM0003 MM0004 MM0005 Management process & organization behavior Economic analysis (production & pricing) Management accounting Fundamentals of computer applications Business environment Total Credits Credit 4 4 4 2 2 64 * Under elective. MComIS Additional fees: In addition to the normal fees. student can select any one of the following group. e. Max. outsourcing and other international jobs.banking. Code Title MM0006 MM0007 MM0008 MM0009 MM0010 Database management system Financial management Fundamentals of e-business & C programming Economics of business growth Visual basic Credit 4 4 4 2 2 Total Credits 32 Page 36 . To help the students to acquire up-to-date knowledge of information technologies and business trends. To equip students with computer knowledge.7000/. duration: 2 years (4 semesters). n Third Semester Sub. To compete in the global market for BPO. Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectivesn To enable the students to acquire the necessary skills and strategies to cope with ever increasing requirements of industries and businesses in the globalized era. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the learning center. an additional lateral entry fees of Rs.Master of Commerce in Information System This course is intended to make commerce education more meaningful and relevant so as to cater to the need of the hour in the business world. Lateral entry to the second semester of MComIS (First Level) Eligibility: A 3-year graduation with at least 3 years of experience in Banking / Finance / Insurance / Accounting sector thereafter. Group1 MM1901 Marketing management and marketing research MM1902 Internet marketing Group2 MM1903 Security analysis and portfolio management MM1904 Insurance and risk management 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits 4 Credits Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time Min. 3. Code Title MM0016 MM0017 MM0018 MM0019 International business and accounting Information system audits & control Business data communication Elective * Credit 4 2 2 8 Program Structure First Semester Sub. duration: 4 years. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at learning centers: 160 hrs/semester. Course Fee: Rs.500 /. etc.(including examination fees) is payable by the students opting for the scheme. accounting software as well as software programming. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination.

plant genomics. defined as the use of computational methods to assist biology research. The bioinformatics industry has great potential in terms of career opportunities and India is on the brink of a major bioinformatics revolution. This rapidly growing field. 4 years {for MScBI}. 2 years (4 semesters) {for MScBI}. Enable students to acquire an integrated outlook of the subject and to cater to the needs of researchers in the biotechnology and bioinformatics sectors. The first two semesters of the course cover topics required for a sound knowledge of both biology-related and IT subjects. including those related to biology as well as IT subjects. students will be awarded the Master of Science in Bioinformatics (MScBI) degree. Minimum Counseling and hands-on experience at learning centers: 320 hrs/semester. Lateral entry to the second semester may be permitted. After successful completion of the course. Title Drug design & gene therapy Plant genomics Windows NT Computer networking Parallel computing & programming in Hypertext language (Java) Advanced multimedia Total Credits Credits 4 4 2 2 2 2 48 Fourth Semester Sub. Providing students with the requisite knowledge that will enable them to pursue a career in bioinformatics. database analysis. Course Fee: Rs. Note: In this lateral entry scheme. depending on qualification in the meeting of all specified conditions. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. Code Title Credits BI0019 Data warehousing and data mining 2 BI0020 Numerical methods & optimization techniques 2 BI0021 Algorithms 4 BI0022 Emerging areas in bioinformatics 4 BI0023 Project 4 Total Credits 64 Page 37 . such a student will be awarded the PG Diploma in Bioinformatics (PGDBI). These include molecular biology. is fast becoming the cornerstone for the collection and analysis of vast amounts of data that current research is producing. programming skills and Linux. Code BI0001 BI0002 BI0003 BI0004 BI0005 Title Credit Computer basics 4 Linux 2 Biological systems and bioinformatics 4 Database for bio-Information & computing 4 Statistics and probability 2 Total Credits 16 Program Structure Second Semester Sub.500/. The third and fourth semesters aim at providing students with advanced training in areas like drug design. Among its many applications are drug design. advanced IT topics and emerging technologies. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time.15. n Third Semester Sub. if a student wishes to discontinue. Min.3. Code Title BI0006 Computational method for sequence analysis BI0007 Biological data banks and analysis BI0008 Object oriented programming (OOPS) BI0009 Perl for bioinformatics BI0010 Introduction to database system (Oracle 9i and distributed database) BI0011 Visual basic BI0012 Project Total Credits Credit 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 32 Objectives: The course aims at realizing the following objectives n Lateral entry to the second semester of MScBI/PGDBI (First Level) Eligibility: Graduate in Microbiology or Biochemistry or Life Sciences and six months diploma in Bioinformatics. Code BI0013 BI0014 BI0015 BI0016 BI0017 BI0018 n Eligibility: MSc / BSc in life science 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 Pharma / B Pharma / IT professionals with a background in specialized tools and database programs.500/.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. data mining and macromolecule sequence analysis. After successful completion of first two semesters of MScBI. both in academics and/or in industry. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Books of first semester will be supplied by the university and internal assessment will be completed at the learning center. Max. duration: 2 years {for PGDBI}.Master of Science in Bioinformatics Post Graduate Diploma in Bioinformatics The course is designed for postgraduates who wish to pursue a career in the field of bioinformatics. sequence analysis. MScBI PGDBI First Semester Sub. Give students an in-depth training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of the topics that bioinformatics encompasses. duration: 1 year (2 semesters) {for PGDBI}.

After 10+2 a successful completion of 3 year diploma in CS or IT from State Board of Technical Education and at least three years experience in an IT industry thereafter. The logical components include mission. a student has to appear and pass the first semester examination. Eligibility : 3 year graduation or equivalent Min.NET technology 4 MT0041 Computer architecture 4 Total Credits 32 Third Semester Sub. The primary objectives of the program are as under: n MScIT PGDIT Note: In this lateral entry scheme. n Skills to work with higher end applications in internet technologies.500/. Max. It has both 'logical' and 'technical' components. The technical components include IT standards and rules that will be used to implement the logical architecture.8500/. JDBC.Master of Science in Information Technology Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology The MSc-IT program is aimed at designing and implementing advanced traditional computing environment. Books of the first semesters will be supplied by the University and assessment will be completed at the learning center. JSP. also managerial ability to analyze. At the end of this program. power to build sophisticated software for wide area of applications. Additional fees: In addition to the regular fees. functional and informational requirements. Code Title MT0031 MT0032 MT0033 MT0034 MT0035 To equip postgraduate students with an integrated set of skills that will allow them to develop their professional careers in Information Technology. Credit 2 2 4 4 4 To equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge that is necessary to enable them to understand the design of complex computer applications/science. It therefore includes both computing and communication network technology in the same world. EJB] & XML 4 Project 4 Total Credits 64 Page 38 . an additional lateral entry fee of Rs.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. n Basics of IT Structured system analysis & design [SSAD] Data structure using ' C ' DBMS & SQL server Internet and multimedia Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub. Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [ PGDIT ] After successful completion of first two semesters of MSc IT students will be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology [ PGDIT ]. Course Fee: Rs. IT architecture is an integrated framework for acquiring and evolving IT to achieve strategic goals. Successful completion of BCA. Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at learning centers :160 hrs/semester. Code MT0048 MT0049 MT0050 MT0051 MT0052 MT0053 Title Credit Client server architecture 2 Voice over IP 2 Management information system [ MIS ] 2 Internet working with TCP/IP 2 JAVA beans [ With Servelets . and information flows. 3. OR 3. Fourth Semester Sub. the student will possess a strong foundation of computer systems and information technology. system configurations. Code MT0042 MT0043 MT0044 MT0045 MT0046 MT0047 Title C++ Discrete mathematics IT law and practice JAVA Oracle 9i Advance software engineering Total Credits Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 48 Provision for lateral entry to second semester of MSc IT: Eligibility: 1. OR 2. design. develop and to maintain software development. n Dexterity in advanced programming languages. Successful completion of any non-computer graduation from a recognized university and one-year Diploma computer course. BSc (CS/IT) from any recognized university.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. Code Title Credit MT0036 Switching and transmission fundamentals 2 MT0037 Broadband communication 2 MT0038 Wireless mobile communication 2 MT0039 Artificial intelligence & remote communication 2 MT0040 Visual basic with . Program Structure First Semester Sub. duration : 4 years. duration : 2 years (4 semesters). n The program also prepares students to embrace future developments in the field and has a demonstrated professional relevance. n The program helps students to acquire the latest skills and build their future capabilities using world-class technology.

500/. Course Fee: Rs.(including examination fees) is payable by students opting for this scheme. OR 3. OR 2. The first and the second semesters of MScTT aim at preparing a graduate to acquire the fundamental knowledge of telecom.manipalu. This course is available only at select learning centers. The names and addresses are available on www. A 3-year graduation with PGDCA/PGDIT or equivalent from a recognized University / successful completion of A level course from DOECC after graduation. Learn the characteristics of human speech and the generation of electrical signals in modern telephone.Master of Science in Telecom Technology MScTT The revolutionary changes sweeping through the telecommunications industry have a direct impact on almost every business decision made today. Code Title ME0018 ME0019 ME0020 ME0021 ME0022 ME0023 Voice over IP Geographical information system Artificial intelligence & remote communication Billing & customer care Telecommunication regulation. networking and IT. students have to appear and pass the first semester examination. market and service Project Computer basics C & object oriented programming (OOPS) Basic electronics for telecom Java programming Basic principles of networking Credit 4 2 2 2 2 4 Total Credits 16 Second Semester Sub. duration: 4 years Minimum counseling and hands-on experience at learning centers: 160 hrs/semester. The third and fourth semesters of MScTT are focused on the core telecommunication subjects. Objectives: n To develop strong technical competence in modern IT practices in telecom field. Credit 4 4 2 2 2 2 Total Credits 48 First Semester Sub. be it domestic or multinational. A 3-year graduation with 2 years diploma from CMC / ET&T / NIIT/APTECH/2 years advanced diploma in IT from Center for Electronic Design & Technology of India (CEDTI). is viewing the telecom sector as a potential profit earner in the future. To impart programming and database handling skills and provide exposure to the latest trends in programming. Note: In this lateral entry scheme.3. Additional Fees: In addition to the normal fees. which will help learners to excel in telecom field.com.per semester inclusive of examination fees or as revised from time to time. n n Third Semester Sub. Code Title ME0012 ME0013 ME0014 ME0015 ME0016 ME0017 Overview of telecom technology Switching & transmission fundamentals New generation networks (optical base network) Signaling system number7 WML Script & WAP Client server architecture Eligibility: 3 year graduation or equivalent*. Min. Books of first semester will be supplied by the University and internal assessment will be completed at the learning center. an additional lateral entry fee of Rs. Students will be exposed to the latest trends in programming languages and RDBMS. The rapidly changing nature of telecom technology calls for highly competent and up-to-date trainers — a most challenging task. Code Title ME0006 ME0007 ME0008 ME0009 ME0010 ME0011 Principles of digital telecom Broad band communication network Wireless communication system Mathematics of telecommunications Database management Software engineering Credit 2 2 2 2 4 4 Total Credits 64 Total Credits 32 Page 39 .9500/. duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Max. Successful completion of BScIT / BCA / BSC (Computer Science) / BE / B Tech (Computer Science / Electronics & Communication) or equivalent. Every major corporate in India. Code Title ME0001 ME0002 ME0003 ME0004 ME0005 Credit 4 4 2 2 4 Fourth Semester Sub. Provision for lateral entry to second semester of MScTT (First Level) Eligibility: 1.

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Page 41 . infrastructure and related support through the Learning Centers. strategic direction and other logistic support including identifying areas of alliance and co-operation. creating virtual class rooms. has been engaged in promoting and supporting distance education initiatives. editing equipments and interactive software systems. works closely with SMU to ensure clear policy. The broad areas of support include: n n n n n Infrastructure and student support services Co-ordinating the delivery support Developing learning technology support services Ensuring VSAT operations for dissemination of programs Identification of faculty capability and implementing the required training under the supervision and direction of SMU Ongoing review and reporting on the Learning Centers and other functioning n The main aim of is to support and provide the delivery platform to ensure greater quality education and enhance equity of access. In this role. The transmission is one-way video and two-way audio. identification of training requirements and other related administration and logistic support. distribution.Manipal Universal Learning Manipal Universal Learning ( ) is the Learning Resource Development Center for SMU. has also established its studios at Manipal. audio and broadcasting systems including three sets of studio cameras. to make the program more effective as well as add value for the registered learners. Bangalore and Mumbai for delivering the lectures using VSAT technology. provides strong logistic. The studio is equipped with the most sophisticated video. This includes due diligence. video mixers.

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