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JGBS MBA Brochure new design - Jindal Global Business School

Jindal Global Business SchoolJindal Global Business School (JGBS) began its first academic session with an MBA programme in 2010. The vision of JGBS is toimpart global business education in order to uniquely equip students, managers and professionals with necessary knowledge,acumen and skills so as to enable them to effectively tackle the challenges faced by transnational businesses and industries.JGBS offers a multidisciplinary global business education to foster academic excellence, industry partnerships and globalcollaborations.JGBS faculty is engaged in research on current issues. These include Applied Finance, Business Policy, Business Management,Consumer Behaviour, Leadership, Supply Chain, Quantitative Methods and Information Systems.JGBS has established international collaborations for providing global business education with the Naveen Jindal School ofManagement, University of Texas at Dallas, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University and Carleton University in Canada.About the ProgrammeThe MBA (Two Year Full-Time) Degree programme at JGBSis designed to prepare business leaders of future. Theindustry captains of tomorrow would requirecomprehensive understanding of business managementfundamentals and an opportunity to pursue their areas ofspecialization. This requires a global managementperspective and learning through peer-interaction.The pedagogy of the programme curriculum emphasizeslearning through discovery rather than from classroominstruction, problem-solving instead of rote-learning andcritical thinking as opposed to acquiring knowledge asinformation. In other words, the curriculum emphasizesthat students grow and enrich themselves. In this pursuit,activities like live projects, field assignments and simulationgames form an integral part of the programme. Further,there is a component of in-depth dissertation exercise thathelps students achieve holistic learning and provides for acomprehensive understanding of the contemporarybusiness environment. For complete development extracurricularactivities such as debates, dramas, sports areequally important. The vibrant campus life providesstudents with such options along with access to state of theart sporting facilities.Distinctive FeaturesMulti-disciplinary: The curriculum is not just limited tosubjects relating to business management. You can choosecourses from the Law School or the School of InternationalAffairs or the School of Government and Public Policy.World-class Faculty: JGU has faculty with outstandingqualifications from the best universities in the world,besides sound work experience. It is your chance to learnfrom the best in the world of business education andindustry.Global Curriculum: The curriculum and pedagogy thatthe integrated the MBA programme follows is drawn out ofthe best experiences from India and the world bearing inmind that the global perspectives relating to managementeducation need to match with the Indian approaches tobusiness and industry.Foreign Languages: In order to prepare students forglobal careers, the University maintains state-of-the-artforeign language centres. Languages taught, at present,include Arabic, French, German, Spanish, and Mandarin(Chinese).Global Exposure: The global curriculum iscomplemented by exposure to corporate and the culture offoreign countries and is facilitated by a global immersionprogramme.Personality Development: To ensure all-rounddevelopment which is necessary for realization of one's fullpotential, the curriculum embeds mandatory morningyoga and evening games. Participation in extra-curricularactivities like debates, dramatics, and pursuit of hobbies isstrongly encouraged.International CollaborationsInternational Student Exchange ProgrammeJGBS Students visiting University of Texas at Dallas, USA for anexchange programme, September, 2011Visiting EMBA students from Baltie Management Institute,Republic of Lithuania t the Centre for Business ManagementResearch at Jindal Global Business School, December, 2011

Academic Credit Structure*TRIMESTER I: FOUNDATION CORE COURSES - I Theme: Building Business Skills (Total Semester Credits: 9)• Global Principles of Management (1.5)# • Microeconomics (1.5) • Business Statistics (1.5)• Financial Accounting (1.5) • Spreadsheet Applications in Management-1 (1.5) • Business Communications (1.5)TRIMESTER II: FOUNDATION CORE COURSES - II Theme: Enhancing Business Skills (Total Semester Credits: 9)• Managerial Accounting (1.5) • Organizational Behavior (1.5) • Legal Aspects of Business (1.0)• Marketing (1.5) • Financial Management (1.5) • Simulation (.5)• Macroeconomics (1.5)TRIMESTER III: FUNCTION CORE COURSES Theme: Functional Area Skills (Total Semester Credits: 9)• Operation & Supply Chain Systems (1.5) • Advanced Finance (1.5) • Business Strategy (1.5)• Information Technology in Business (1.5) • Market Research (1.5) • Human Resources Management (1.5)TRIMESTER IV: SPECIALIZED CORE COURSES Theme: Specialization (Total Semester Credits: 9)• International Business (3.0) • Students will be required to take all four electives in their chosen area of specialization. In addition,• Global Immersion Programme students will choose any four electives from the available courses in Trimester V. List of electives offered:FINANCE MARKETING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAINHUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT• Corporate Valuation • Digital Marketing • Competency mapping and psychological • Supply Chain Management• Financial Derivatives & Structured Finance • Sales and Distribution assessment • Service Operations Management• Risk & Regulation • Trend Spotting • Performance management systems • Production Planning and Control• Financial Mathematics • Shopper Marketing • Team building and group work • Logistics and Distribution• Security Analysis • Consumer behavior • Leadership and organizational transformation • Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing• Portfolio Management • Integrated communication • Industrial relations and applied labor laws • Project Management• Project Finance and advertising • Strategic Human Resources Management • Healthcare operations management• Behavioral Finance • Purchasing and Sourcing• Insurance• Microfinance, Islamic BankingGeneral Electives (Not belonging to any area of specialization) • Business, Technology and society • Advanced Models in Decision Sciences$• E-Business models • Business Research Methods• Global cases in managementTRIMESTER V: ELECTIVES COURSES Theme: Specialization (Total Semester Credits: 6) Any Four Electives of 1.5 credits eachFINANCE MARKETING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAINHUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT• Managing financial institution • Brand management • Leadership • Logistics approach to Supply Chain• Real Estate Financing • Retail management • Applied Labor laws • Software project management• Financial Data analysis • B2B marketing • Mergers and Acquisition • Technology and innovation• Induction to quantitative finance • Customer Relationship • Organizational Development • Global operation strategy & manufactureManagement (CRM) • Human resource information system • International purchase and supply• Cross cultural Management • Spreadsheet Applications in Management-II• Strategy Formulation and Implementation • Regulatory aspects of telecom and power sectorsTRIMESTER VI: PROJECTS & DISSERTATION Theme: Practicum and Industry Focus (Total Semester Credits: 6)• Dissertation/Industry Project/Independent Study (3)• Project (3)* The courses are tentative and are subject to change.# Credits assigned per course in (parenthesis)$ In addition to the courses offered by JGBS, students can also cross-register in courses offered by other schools of JGU.

Research at Jindal Global Business SchoolCentre of ExcellenceCentre for Applied Finance (CAF): The aim is to define,explore and assess the emerging issues and theirimplications for the profitability of financial marketintermediaries, the stability of the financial systems andthe welfare of financial service consumers.Centre for Business Policy Research (CBPR): The Centreundertakes qualitative and quantitative research on issuesrelated to strategic management, ethics and corporatesocial responsibility. Projects in partnership withGovernment and Corporations are also undertaken.Centre for Business Management Research (CBMR): Thevision is to create and deepen the understanding ofknowledge for effective business management in theinternational context. The Centre undertakes research andhosts Jindal Journal of Business Research, and offerstraining programmes for international executives andstudents on India Immersion related programmes.Centre for Consumer Research (CCR): The mission is tobring new insights into consumer behaviour byconducting innovative research on various aspects ofconsumption patterns, shopping, new media, socialmedia, retail formats and certain unusual factors.A Graduating Student of the MBA 2010-2012 BatchFirst Convocation Ceremony, 7 August 2012Centre for Leadership and Change (CLC): With the mission to'Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow', CLC actively seeks to engagevarious academic, research and business entities within andoutside the country for various research projects. The Centrespecially aims to study different leadership behaviouralmodels to identify indicative patterns for successfulinnovative leadership in the constantly changing businessenvironment.Centre for Quantitative Methods and Information Systems(CQMIS): The mission is to serve as a platform whereacademicians and practitioners can meet and exchange ideasspanning across Mathematical Finance, Economics,Econometrics, Decision Sciences and Information Systems.The Centre's objective is to carry out not only cutting-edgeresearch but also to be a platform for students' training in pureand applied research with industry partners.Centre for Supply Chain Management & Logistics (CSCML):The Centre aims to achieve excellence in research andeducation by offering research driven consultancy andanalyzing implementations that result in major savings andbenchmarking of best practices in organizations.Research JournalJindal Journal Business Research (JJBR)is a peer reviewed business andmanagement journal published by Sagepublications. It aims to advance theunderstanding of management in a globalcontext by reflecting rapidly developingmanagement research in emergingeconomies of Asia and their increasingglobal economic impact. The journal isintended towards researchers, educators,practitioners, policy makers and students. JJBR invitesoriginal and scholarly research articles, case studies,executive insights, research notes, book reviews in diversefield of management. More detail at: www.jjbr.jgu.edu.in orhttp://jjbr.sagepub.comInternational Board of AdvisorsProfessor Shahid Ansari, Professor of Management Accounting, Provost, Babson College, USA.Professor John C. Camillus, Donald R Beall Professor of Strategic Management, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business,University of Pittsburgh.Professor Ana Paula Mussi Szabo Cherobim, Professor, Department of General and Applied Administration, Federal Universityof Parana, Brazil.Professor Kim Corfman, Professor of Marketing, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, USA.Professor Soumitra Dutta, Anne and Elmer Lindseth Dean, Professor of Management, S. C. Johnson Graduate School ofManagement, Cornell University and Professor of Business and Technology at INSEAD.Professor Julia María González Ferreras , Vice-Rector for International Relations, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.Dr. Lalit Johri, Director, Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership Programme; Academic Director, Saudi Oxford AdvancedLeadership Management Programme, Fellow in Intl. Studies, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, U.K.Professor Kamran Kashani, Professor of Marketing and Global Strategy, IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland.Professor Sridhar Moorthy, Manny Rotman Professor of Marketing, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada.Professor Madan Pillutla, Mike Salamon Term Professor of Organisational Behaviour; Subject Area Chair, London Business School.Professor Lydia J. Price, Professor of Marketing, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai, China.Professor Priya Raghubir, Professor of Marketing, Mary C. Jacoby Faculty Fellow, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New YorkUniversity, USA.Professor M Rammohan Rao, Professor and Dean Emeritus, ISB Hyderabad.Professor Pradeep Rau, Professor of Marketing, The George Washington University School of Business, USA.Professor Mari Sako, Professor of Management Studies at Saïd Business School, Co-Director of the Novak Druce Centre forProfessional Service Firms and a Professorial Fellow of New College, Oxford.Professor Pritam Singh, Director General, IMI Delhi, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi, Former Director, Indian Institute ofManagement, Lucknow, India.Professor Avanidhar Subrahmanyam, Goldyne and Irwin Hearsh Chair in Money and Banking, The Anderson School Universityof California at Los Angeles, USA.

Important DatesApplication Forms Available: 1st November 2012Commencement of the MBA (2-year) Degree programme: 1st July 2013For more information on admissions, please contact:Admissions OfficeO.P. Jindal Global University:Sonipat Narela Road, Near Jagdishpur Village, Sonipat,Haryana-131 001, NCR of Delhi, IndiaTel: +91 8930110817; +91 8930110850; +91 8930110774, (91-130) 3057 801; (91-130) 3057 802;(91-130) 3057 804E-mail: admissions.jgbs@jgu.edu.in Website: www.jgbs.edu.in and www.jgu.edu.in,

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