Two year MBA/PGPM Programme
The two year MBA/PGPM Program of IBS is designed to give graduates exposure to management skills needed for the creation of specialists who can integrate across functional areas in a dynamic organization.
The Program provides a broad perspective of all areas of management. The courses offered in the program are practice oriented with emphasis placed on application of principles, tools and concepts to meet challenges and problems faced in today’s organizations. These courses are carefully designed to impart to students a managerial perspective in formulating and implementing corporate strategy. Students learn to take decisions critically and analytically taking into account the business considerations and ethical implications of these decisions and to deepen the understanding of the key functional areas and strategic dimensions of management, and to encourage future professionals to equip themselves with the latest tools and techniques.SIP
In addition to the core and specialized courses offered in the program, IBS offers Summer Internship Program (SIP) which forms an important component of education at IBS. It is an attempt to bridge the gap between the professional world and academic institutions. At the end of Semester II, students undergo SIP which is for duration of 14 weeks. SIP is a vehicle for introducing students to real-life situation, which cannot be simulated in the classroom and requires the students to undergo the rigor of professional environment both in form and substance. It exposes them to technical skills and helps them to acquire social skills by drawing them onto contact with real professionals.Soft Skills
IBS supplements the MBA/PGPM Program with soft skills which provide a unique opportunity for the student to develop, upgrade their personality, communication and presentation skills.
The learning outcomes of this program are:
English Language Skills, which include spoken and written skills
Good presentation skills
To be able to develop adequate self-confidence in inter-personal skills, team building and leadership
To be able to take effective part in various selection procedures adopted by the corporate recruiters
To develop self-confidence and self-esteem in themselves so that they are equipped and ready to operate
effectively in the dynamic business environmentCase Methodology
Case teaching methodology occupies a prominent role at IBS teaching. The Case Method assists students in identifying typical problems in specific functional areas of management. It is expected that students will study cases, comprehend the business situation, analyze the problems and come up with alternatives/solutions and then discuss the case in class. A good case is a very powerful instrument in evaluating a student as it puts the student into the shoes of the real-world managers who must face the challenge of decision-making.
Thus the Program offered at IBS is highly rigorous, completely transforming the student to be ready to meet the challenges of today’s corporate world