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MBA in Project Management Consultancy

MBA in Project Management Consultancy

MBA In Project Management Consultancy

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MBA In Project Management Consultancy
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2 Years. Any Graduate with 50 % in Graduation On the basis of performance in entrance test & personal interview. INR 200,000/
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MBA in Project Management

MBA in Project Management in Jaipur is the process of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and closing a project or work in a specified time and cost. An MBA in Project Management from SGVU will not only benefit the students from core subjects such as Finance, Marketing and HR but also learn day to day essentials such as time management, cost management, leadership, problem-solving skills etc. Project managers in masters in project management are always in demand: irrespective of the industry. A project manager is responsible to handle the project from planning to completion. More often than not, people prefer to work in a field that offers stability and growth. A career in Project Management offers both stability and growth. Formal structured education at MBA in Project Management in Jaipur provides many different benefits and is a necessary position for various types of industries. Gyan vihar takes pride in its innovative curriculum, course delivery and placements, which makes it the top management college in India. Join us in the best management program in Rajasthan.

Job Prospects

MBA in Project Management

The role of a Project Manager is to plan, budget, oversee and document a specific project. They are in charge of the people and resources in a project and are required to know the project in and out while supervising the workers along with the project. In most construction, engineering, architecture and industrial projects, a project manager has another manager working alongside them who is typically responsible for the execution of tasks on a daily basis.

Some of the jobs that students with an MBA degree in Project Management can take include that of a:

  • Project Manager.
  • Project Cost Estimator.
  • Project Risk Manager.
  • Project Quality Manager.
  • Project Procurement Manager.
  • Project Leader.
  • Project Scheduler.
  • Project Planner.
  • Team Leader Test Manager.
  • Engineering Director.

Program Structure

Semester 1

  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Quantitative Technique
  • Marketing Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Information System
  • Seminar on Contemporary Issues

Semester 2

  • Human Resource Management
  • Research Methods in Management
  • Corporate Financial Management
  • Economic Environment of Business
  • Cost & Management Accounting
  • Strategic Marketing Decisions
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Scale Business Management
  • Seminar on Contemporary Issues

Semester 3

  • Operation & Production Management
  • Project Management
  • Corporate Strategy & Ethics
  • Summer Internship Project

PROJECT MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES:

  • Project Identification and Selection
  • Project Planning
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Quality Management

Semester 4

  • Business Law
  • Research Report Presentation
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Scale Business Management

PROJECT MANAGMENT ELECTIVES:

  • Project Management Information System
  • Purchasing and Contracting for Projects
  • Project Performance Measurement and Evaluation
  • Project Execution and Control

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lectures, Seminars
60%
Independent Studies
10%
Projects/Industrial Visit
20%
Placement Activities
10%

Year 2

Lectures, Seminars
45%
Independent Studies
15%
Projects/Industrial Visit
30%
Placement Activities
10%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program  based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Theory

Continuous evaluation, Mid Term, Assignments
40%
End Semester Examination
60%

Projects/Seminars

Continuous Evaluation
40%
End Semester Examination
60%

Year 2

Theory

Continuous evaluation, Mid Term, Assignments
40%
End Semester Examination
60%

Projects/Seminars

Continuous Evaluation
40%
End Semester Examination
60%
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