Students can earn a dual specialization by opting elective courses in any two functional areas of management. The bouquet of specialization comprises of Finance, Marketing, IT, HRM and International Business. Each specialization area offers many innovative courses for emerging careers in management.
FMS - IRM follows a continuous system on assessment and evaluation for measurement of learning outcomes by students. Each course therefore assesses learning by a blend of quizzes, assignments, case / exercise analysis, discussion / report submission, project / term paper, mid-term examination and end-term examination.
The Faculty employs the latest techniques in teaching and training the students. The methods used are the class room sessions, seminars, workshops, group exercises, take home assignments, case studies, term papers, presentation of written and oral reports, business and behavioral games and field practices of varying duration. There are guest lectures by visiting dignitaries on a regular basis.
In order to inculcate organizational discipline among the students and to make the learning process more effective it is mandatory that students obtain a minimum of 75% attendance in each course, to be allowed to appear for the examination.
Evaluation & Grading
Evaluation of student performance in each subject-unit has three components2
- (a) Continuous Evaluation
- (b) Mid-Term Examination
- (c) End-Term Examination
Continuous evaluation is carried out through various devices such as Class Participation, Unannounced Quizzes, Assignments, Term Papers, Case Presentations, Class Tests & Live Projects. The Mid-Term Examination is an online evaluation process wherein the students appear on a computer based online objective examination. A written End-Term examination at the end of each semester concludes the evaluation of the student for that semester. In addition, an assessment of Managerial Traits (MT) of students in terms of general conduct in the campus, overall discipline, organizational skills, leadership abilities and communication skills will be done by a separate panel nominated by the President who keeps a close vigil on each student and also interacts with each faculty member, before awarding the above marks to the students.
examination is represented by grades on a ten point scale as mentioned below:
|91 – 100
|81 – 90
|71 – 80
|61 – 70
|51 – 60
|40 – 50
The semester performance of the student is indicated as SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) at the end of each semester. The CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) is used to describe overall performance in all subjects in letter grades which a student has obtained.
Minimum Academic Requirements :
- 1. The student must score a minimum Grade ‘C’ in each subject unit.
- 2. The minimum passing Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) for each semester is 5.0.
The student should secure a minimum overall Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5 at the end of final year to be declared as ‘Pass’.
Training is imparted on a customary basis in the form of Need Assessment Programmes, Personality Development Workshops, Placeability Enhancement Training, Simulation Exercises, Industry Interaction Programmes and Village Stay Programmes. Moreover, the Summer Internship Programme (SIP), Winter Internship Programme (WIP) and the project presentation component deliver maximum exposure to the students on real life situations and on field realities. Summer Internship Programme is conducted at Off-Campus Centers (OCC) which comprises of a network of companies and developmental organizations, listed out by the CPC.