PUNE Nande Campus

S. No. 44/1, 44 1/ 2, Nande Village
Pashan Sus Road, Taluka Mulshi
Pune 412 115
Dolamani Sahu: 07757029572
  020 66754651/64
  07757029571
  020 66754678
  admissions@isbm.ac.in

PUNE Mulshi Campus

Mulshi Group of Institute
Gat No. 237-243
Near Malhar Machi Resort
Sambhave Tal Mulshi
Pune 412108
7757029572

KOLKATA Campus

A constituent of People's Empowerment Group Foundation
Premises No. 330/2, Pujali Trunk Road,
Ward No. 9, Mouza – Rajibpur, JL No. 43, 
Police Station – Budge Budge, 
Kolkata 700138, West Bengal
Biswanath Thakur: 09230562572
Baishakhi Chatterjee: 09230562601
  admissions.kolkata@isbmk.edu.in

BANGALORE Campus

Plot No. 241
Sompura Industrial Area
Niduvanda Village
Sompura Hobli, Nelamangala Taluk
Bangalore 562132
07757029572
080-29717901/ 080-27700169 / 27700170
  admissions@isbm.ac.in


Bangalore City Office

301, Anand Chambers,
# 27 Elephant Rock Road,
In front of Central library,
3rd Block, Jayanagar
Bangalore - 560 011
Dolamani Sahu: 07757029572
Landline no : 080 41612929

Lucknow City Office

B-1/96, Near Jaipuriya College,
Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow – 226010
Shimul Banerjee: 09519218833
Avijit Banerjee: 09830991821

Gurgaon City Office

Rectangle No. 41,
Maidawas Sector – 64
Gurgaon, Haryana – 122101
Vijay Kumar: 09899115369
Avijit Banerjee: 09830991821

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BBA

Objectives

  • To provide adequate basic understanding about subjects in management among aspiring students.
  • To prepare students to exploit opportunities being created in areas of management and Information Technology.
  • To transform the personality and talent with effective communication skills and Soft skills.
  • To make them proficient for getting admission in the best institutes for MBA/PGDM.
  • To build personal skills (e.g. self confidence, assertiveness, tenacity, creativity and understanding one’s capabilities and using them).
  • To develop appropriate skills in students, so as to make them competent and inculcate entrepreneurship skills among them.
  • To promote basic human and social values of human equality and fellow citizenship throughout the programme for strengthening social harmony and integration.

BBA is designed to train future professionals, rather than mere ‘degree holders’. This course keeps in kind the needs of the industry where the students would ultimately find employment and therefore, has a completely different approach to learning.

What after BBA?

The obvious choice after BBA is opting for post-graduation – an MBA/PGDM/MS. Having prior knowledge of different aspects of management, BBA graduates often find it easier to crack MBA/PGDM entrance exams, as compared to commerce graduates. After completing your BBA programme, you also have the option of joining as a Management Trainee/Executive Trainee in any of the following sectors.

  • Banking
  • FMCG
  • Consultancy
  • IT Companies
  • Finance
  • KPO/BPOs
  • HR
  • Advertising Agencies etc.

BBA(Computer Applications)

Objectives

  • To create a sound academic base from which an advanced career in computer applications can be developed.
  • Conceptual grounding in computer usage as well as its practical business application will be provided.
  • To transform the personality and talent with effective communication and Soft skills.
  • Helps you to build your career in computer field.
  • To provide the students with a base of strong domain knowledge for professional application of programming skills.
  • Also aims at giving maximum exposure to various areas of computer applications including latest developments keeping in pace with the industry.

Why BBA(Computer Application)?

BBA(Computer Application) is designed to train future professionals in the field of computer, rather than mere ‘degree holders’. Keeping in view of increased importance of use of technology and almost success of every business depending on practical application of latest technology in the industry/organizations, the need for study of computer application becomes vital. This course keeps in mind the needs of the industry where the students would ultimately find employment and therefore, has a completely different approach to learning.

What after BBA(Computer Application)

The obvious choice after BBA(Computer Application) is opting for post-graduation (MCA/MBA/PGDM/MIS). Having a prior knowledge of different aspects of management and IT, BBA (Computer Application) graduates often find it easier to crack MCA entrance exams, as compared to commerce graduates. After completing your BBA (Computer Application) programme, you also have the option of joining as a Management Trainee/Executive Trainee in any of the following sectors.

  • Banking
  • Consultancy
  • Finance
  • KPO/BPOs
  • FMCG
  • IT Companies as Website Developer & Programmer
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Corporate Sector etc

Pedagogy

The teaching and assessment methods at ISB&M College of Commerce aim at creating a participant-driven learning environment that encourages students to take greater initiative and responsibility for their learning.

Teaching

Regular Classroom Training

The teacher explains the concepts and its applications through various pedagogical tools. The performance of the student is continuously evaluated to know the student’s assimilation. This followed up with feedback processes with both the student and the parents.

  • College Level and State Level Seminars
  • Latest Multimedia Tools for teaching
  • Management Games
  • Industrial Visits
  • 24x7 Library and IT Facility
  • Interaction with Professionals
  • Guest Lectures
  • Workshops
  • Project Assignments
  • Internships

Lab Assignments and Practical programming practice on different Software

Platform

BBA (Computer Application) students learn about various development tools involved in creating application software, to inculcate various methodologies in automation. The curriculum also includes projects and practical along with the class room sessions. BBA (Computer Application) course introduces every student to the practical aspects of software developments, keeping in mind the needs and requirements of the clients.

Mentoring and Counseling

Each student will be assigned to a faculty who would be his/her mentor and counselor. Mentors will have continuous interaction with students. They would help students to clarify their doubts and concerns, guide them to discover their strengths and weaknesses and take corrective action and coach them in career planning and goals attainment.Live work-experience will be planned to develop workmanship among students.

Events and Quiz Tests

ISB&M’s learning programmes require students to actively work on various events, lifestyle related programmes and competitions. Most of these programmes are entirely managed by students. Students learn peer leadership, planning, resource management and career value system.

Assessment

  • Academic strengths and weaknesses are identified
  • Performance is communicated to parents
  • Monthly attendance records displayed on the notice board
  • Teachers give tips for success in exams
  • Tips for developing presentation stills

Feedback

  • Feedback
  • Counseling
  • Exam-oriented training
  • Special attention to weak students
  • Motivation to strong students

Facilities

  • Recreation centres
  • Doctor on campus
  • Hostel and mess within the campus
  • Play ground
  • Basket ball court
  • Amphitheatre for events
  • Auditorium for Cultural programmes and seminars

Media and Communication (Certificate course parallel to BBA/BBA(Computer Application)

Dear Future Media Professional

In addition to our BBA/BBA(Computer Applications) degrees, ISB&M, Pune (Nande) offers an add-on professional programme in Media and Communication, i.e., Mass Communication, Advertising & Journalism to those desirous to make their career in media stream.

The World of Media, journalism and mass communication in general, is changing, driven by the spread of digital technology and social media. Media in all its forms now reaches into all our lives and studying a certificate media course at ISB&M COC will give you a well informed introduction to this complex, exciting and fast-changing world. These intensive and concentrated programmes are designed to align with students’ professional and personal lives, allowing the students to obtain advanced learning and practices, coupled with artistic commitments, in synchronization with the current global industry practices and their own desire to succeed in the new media playing field.

Seismic shifts in technology and consumption of media have created a wide range of opportunities for aspiring professionals from all backgrounds. Our industry-embedded faculty and professional staff are continually experimenting with new approaches and pushing the boundaries of media teaching, learning and practices.

Students are encouraged to try new approaches to their projects as they refine their creative voices and intensify their understanding and power of different medias and mediums.
During their programme period, students immerse themselves in designed media projects that include three distinctive fields and specialization:

  • Advertising, Public Relations & Corporate-NGO Communication
  • Content, Graphics & Art for Print, TV, Cinema & Web Mediums
  • Productions for : TV, Radio, Web & Screen

The programmes are followed by high-intensity internships with top media companies in India and abroad followed by placement offers.

At ISB&M College of Commerce, the curriculum provides a judicious mix of theoretical orientation with hands-on practical assignments. Students develop practical skill-sets beyond formal training. They are as follows:

  • Advertising
  • Public Relation
  • Corporate Communication
  • Still and Video Camera handling
  • Video Editing and Final Cut Pro
  • Animation, Graphics & Designing
  • Social Media marketing
  • Film and Documentary
  • Event Management
  • Short Film and Ad Film making
  • Cinematography
  • Creative writing
  • Journalism
  • Online Journalism
  • Media Planning
  • Radio
  • Development Communication
  • Visual Effects

Internship : 8-10 weeks after Basic Media Level Programme.

Highlights of Media Programme

The Media Program will be operated along with the BBA Program for 3 years in 6 Semesters. In Pune University BBA Program, a student is to do 36 courses in 6 Semesters. In the Media Program, a student will 24 courses in 6 semesters. We have tried to incorporate some contemporary topics in the curriculum.

The Media Program can be viewed as a standalone Program as it can be viewed by the recruiters or when a passing-out student will go for PG Programs in Media. It is also felt that the students will get benefit of getting dual certificates as far as their employability skills are concerned.

We kept in view the contents of the curriculum (like Broadcast & Print Journalism, TV Production, Corporate Communication, Public Relations, Advertising and some basic general and personality development courses) and the flow of the courses in the Program.

Besides the Final Project in Semester VI, each course should have some small project to assimilate the learning of the course.

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Bachelor of Business Administration

Course Structure

Semester I

Subject Code No.

Business Organization & System

101

Business Communication Skills

102

Business Accounting

103

Business Economics (Micro)

104

Business Mathematics

105

Business Demography & Environmental Studies

106

Semester II

Subject

Code No.

Principles of Management

201

Principles of Marketing

202

Principles of Finance

203

Basics of Cost Accounting

204

Business Statistics

205

Business Informatics

206

Semester III

Subject Code No.

Personality Development

301

Business Ethics

302

Human Resource Management & Organizational Behaviors

303

Management Accounting

304

Business Economic (Macro)

305

I.T.in Management

306

Semester IV

Subject Code No.
Production & Operations Management 401
Industrial Relations & Labour laws 402
Business Taxation 403
International Business 404
Management Information System 405
Business Exposure (Field Visits) 406

Semester V

Subject Code No.

Supply & Chain logistics

501

Entrepreneurship Development

502

Business Ethics

503

Research Methodology
(Tools & Analysis )

504

Specialization –I

505

Specialization –II

506

Semester VI

Subject

Code No.

Business Planning &
Project Management

601

Event Management

602

Management Control System

603

E- Commerce

604

Specialization –III

605

Specialization –IV

606

Available Specializations:

1) Finance
2) Marketing
3) Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Business Administration (Computer Applications)

Course Structure

Semester I

Subject

Code No.

Modern Operating Environment & MS Office

101

Financial Accounting

102

Programming Principles & Algorithms

103

Business Communications

104

Principles of Management

105

Laboratory Course – I [Based on Paper No. 101 & 102]

106

Semester II

Subject

Code No.

Procedure Oriented Programming using C

201

Data Base Management System

202

Organizational Behavior

203

Computer Applications in Statistics

204

E-Commerce Concepts

205

Laboratory Course – II [Based on Paper No. 201 & 202]

206

Semester III

Subject

Code No.

Procedure Oriented Programming C

301

Data Structures using C

302

Operating System Concepts

303

Business Mathematics

304

Software Engineering

305

Laboratory Course – III [Based on Paper No. 301 and 302 ]

306

Semester IV

Subject

Code No.

OOP’s using C++

401

Programming in Visual Basic

402

Computer Networking

403

Enterprise Resource Planning

404

Human Resource Management

405

Laboratory Course – IV [Based on Paper No. 401 & 402]

406

Semester V

Subject

Code No.

Dot Net Frameworks

501

Internet Programming and Cyber Law

502

Principles of Marketing

Core Java

503

504

Project work (VB)

505

Lab and Practical (Dot Net+ Core Java)

506



Semester VI

Subject

Code No.

E-Commerce

601

Multi-media Systems

602

Introduction to SysPro and OS

603

Advance Java

604

Project Work

Lab and Practival (Multi-media and Advanced Java)

605

606

Media & Communication Course(Along with BBA Programme)

Syllabus of Media & Communication Course (Along with BBA Programme of Savitribai Phule Pune University)

Semester I

  • Introduction to Mass Communication
    and Journalism
  • Business Communication (*)
  • Business Demography and Environmental
    Studies (*)
  • Digital Photography and Editing

Semester II

  • Principles of Marketing (*)
  • Creative Writing: Content
    and Technical
  • Print Journalism
  • Graphic Design and Animation

Semester III

  • Television Production
  • Personality Development (*)
  • IT in Management (*)
  • Business Ethics (*)

Semester IV

  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Media Advertising
  • Online Journalism and
    Social Media
  • Public Relations and
    Corporate Communication

Semester V

  • Short Film Production and
    Visual Effects
  • Media Research
  • Media Laws
  • Digital Communication &
    E-learning

Semester VI

  • Media Planning
  • Event Management (*)
  • Science and Development
    Communication
  • Final Project

Note: The common subjects with UG BBA Program are marked with (*).

Media & Communication Course (Along with BBA(Computer Application) Programme )

Syllabus of Media & Communication Course (Along with BBA(Computer Application) Programme of Savitribai Phule Pune University)

Semester I

  • Introduction to Mass Communication and Journalism
  • Business Communication (*)
  • Modern Operating Environment & MS Office (*)
  • Digital Photography and Editing

Semester II

  • E-Commerce Concepts (*)
  • Creative Writing: Content and Technical
  • Print Journalism
  • Graphic Design and Animation

Semester III

  • Television Production
  • Operating System Concepts (*)
  • Business Mathematics (*)
  • Software Engineering (*)

Semester IV

  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Media Advertising
  • Online Journalism and Social Media
  • Public Relations and Corporate Communication

Semester V

  • Short Film Production and Visual Effects
  • Media Research
  • Media Laws
  • Digital Communication & E-learning

Semester VI

  • Media Planning
  • Advanced Web Technologies (*)
  • Science and Development Communication
  • Final Project

Note: The common subjects with UG BBA(Computer Applications) Program are marked with (*).

Fee Structure for Academic Year 2016-19

The following fee structure will be applicable for the Batch 2016-19, which will be starting in July 2016. However, it does not include hostel fee and food charges. Fee for hostel and food charges will be communicated separately.

Fee Structure Per Year

Fee structure per year for students from Maharashtra State

Particulars

BBA (Rs.)

BBA(Computer Application) (Rs.)

Tuition Fee

12,100.00

11,000.00

Lab Fee

2,200.00

8,800.00

Student's Activity Fee

1,000.00

1,000.00

Others

13,860.00

13,860.00

Professional Skill Development fee

14,300.00

14,300.00

Caution Money

5,000.00

5,000.00

Total

48,460.00

53,960.00

Fee Structure Per Year For Students From Outside Maharashtra State

Particulars

BBA

BBA(Computer Application)

Tuition Fee

24,200.00

22,000.00

Lab Fee

4,400.00

17,600.00

Student's Activity Fee

1,000.00

1,000.00

Others

17,820.00

17,820.00

Professional Skill Development fee

14,300.00

14,300.00

Cation Money

5,000.00

5,000.00

Total

66,720.00

77,720.00

Fee Structure Per Year For Students From Maharashtra State

Particulars

BBA+Media (Rs.)

BBA(Computer Application)+Media (Rs.)

Tuition Fee

12,100.00

11,000.00

Lab Fee

2,200.00

8,800.00

Student's Activity Fee

1,000.00

1,000.00

Others

13,860.00

13,860.00

Professional Skill Development fee

14,300.00

14,300.00

Media fee

48,400.00

48,400.00

Service Tax for Media @ 14% or as applicable

6,776.00

6,776.00

Caution Money (BBA)

5,000.00

5,000.00

Caution Money (for Media)

15,000.00

15,000.00

Total

1,18,636.00

1,24,136.00

Fee Structure Per Year For Students From Outside Maharashtra State

Particulars

BBA+Media (Rs)

BBA(Computer Application)+Media (Rs)

Tuition Fee

24,200.00

22,000.00

Lab Fee

4,400.00

17,600.00

Student’s Activity Fee

1,000.00

1,000.00

Others

17,820.00

17,820.00

Professional Skill Development fee

14,300.00

14,300.00

Media Fee

48,400.00

48,400.00

Service Tax for Media @ 14% or as applicable

6,776.00

6,776.00

Cation Money (BBA)

5,000.00

5,000.00

Caution Money (for Media)

15,000.00

15,000.00

Total

1,36,896.00

1,47,896.00

Fee Payment Schedule

Fee Payment Schedule

Cource

Maharashtra State

Outside Maharashtra State

At the time of Admission

By 30 November

At the time of Admission

By 30 November

BBA

26,730.00

21,730.00

35,860.00

30,860.00

BBA(Computer Application)

29,480.00

24,480.00

41,360.00

36,360.00

BBA+Media

69,318.00

49,318.00

78,448.00

58,448.00

BBA(Computer Application)+Media

72,068 .00

52,068.00

83948.00

63948.00

Caution Money Deposit (Refundable): Caution Money will be refundable at the time leaving the Institute.

  • International students would be charged fees as per University guidelines.
  • In case of any change in the fee, the same will be notified as and when received from Savitribi Phule Pune University.
  • The applicant is to enclose the Demand Draft of Rs. 600/- in favour of “ISB&M College of Commerce, Pune” payable at Pune towards prospectus and application form.
  • Payment of fees within the specified dates as mentioned in the prospectus is mandatory. In the event of delayed or non-payment of fee, the institute reserves the right to impose fines for late payment and not to forward the examination fee on behalf of the defaulting student to the University.
  • Rules for refund of fees in the event of cancellation of admission will be as per the University norms.

Hostel Fees (To Be Baid In Lump Sum - For accommodation only, and not including food expenses).

Hostel accommodation is available on First-Come-First-Serve Basis.

For Boys

Hostel is available at two locations.

(A) Hostel Inside the Campus And (B) Hostel Outside the Campus, and it is at the gate of the Campus

(a) Hostel Inside the Campus.

Rs. 49,200/- per academic year plus a caution deposit of Rs.10,000/- (refundable). If you desire to stay in the hostel, the amount of Rs.59, 200/- is to be deposited at the time of taking admission.

(b) Hostel Outside the Campus, and it is at the gate of the Campus .

Here, the accommodation is in 3 categories and the details are:

Category

Rent

Caution Deposit

Total

Facilities to be available in one room

A

Rs.50,000

Rs.10,000

Rs.60,000

1 bedded

1 table &

chair

1 Cupboard

Internet connection

Hot water

B

Rs.43,200

Rs.10,000

Rs.53,200

2 bedded (Regular room)/

3 bedded (big room 301 & 311)

2/3 tables & chairs

2/3 Cupboards

Internet connection

Hot water

C

Rs.36,000

Rs.10,000

Rs.46,000

3 bedded (regular room)

3 tables & chairs

3 Cupboards

No Internet connection

No Hot water

If you desire to stay in the hostel, the rent plus the caution deposit amount is to be deposited at the time of taking admission.

For Girls

The hostel is located inside the campus, and the availability is on first-come-first-serve basis. The room rent is Rs. 49,200/- per academic year plus a caution deposit of Rs.10,000/- (refundable). If you desire to stay in the hostel, the amount of Rs.59, 200/- is to be deposited at the time of taking admission.

The payment is to be made by sending a Demand Draft drawn in favour of “ISB&M College of Commerce” payable at Pune or through ICICI Bank Challan. Please mention your name on the reverse side of the Demand Draft.

Students opting for the hostel can only vacate the hostel after completion of one academic year. They will not be allowed to vacate the hostel in the middle of the academic year.

Discipline & Code of Conduct

  • Carry Identity Card with you all the time.
  • Switch off mobile phones in the classroom, library, computer labs and in academic activity.
  • Maintain silence in the corridors, inside and outside the classrooms.
  • Attend all lectures, tutorials and extra-curricular activities regularly.
  • Use library and computer labs during free time.
  • Not to spoil and disfigure library books.
  • Avoid writing/scribbling on the walls, benches of the classroom.
  • Not to spoil institutes property and waste resources.
  • Keep the campus neat and clean.
  • Cooperate with institute authorities in maintaining the lawns and gardens.
  • Switch off lights, fans and ACs while not in use.
  • Not to indulge in rude and indecent behaviour with the faculty, staff and other students.
  • Respect others’ independence.
  • Observe self-discipline and punctuality.
  • Report to the Principal in case of exigency.
  • Dress in formals/college uniform as and when desired by the institute.
  • Must take prior approval of the Principal for remaining absent.
  • Smoking, consumption of alcohol and drugs in the campus are strictly prohibited.
  • Maintain the dignity of yours’ as well of the institute both inside and outside the campus.

Ragging

All the concerned students and parents should note, “If any incidence of ragging comes to the notice of the authorities, the concerned students shall be given liberty to explain and if his/her explanation is not found satisfactory, the college authorities would expel him/her from the college.” As per the order of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India; and the University of Pune, letter reference No CA/2283 dated 27th March 2008,

Reservation of Rights

The Management of the ISB&M College of Commerce reserves the right to change policies, systems and procedures, faculty mix, regulations affecting students or any other suitable modifications, should these be deemed necessary in the interest of the programmes and the institute.

Documents to be submitted at the time of admission:

  • HSC Certificate and Mark list
  • Last School Leaving Certificate or Transfer Certificate
  • Migration Certificate (if applicable)
  • Domicile Certificate
  • 6 copies of stamp size photograph.
  • Caste Certificate from competent authority for SC/ST/NT/OBC/ SPBC
  • Caste Certificate and Non-Creamy layer certificate from competent authority for OBC/Sp BC/ NT-C/D
  • Others (please specify)

Note:

1. Students will be informed regarding class commencement date in the website:-www.isbm.ac.in

2. Parents and students to note that any complaint or grievances should be brought to the notice of the President or Principal

3. All legal disputes are subject to Pune Jurisdiction only.

ISB&M programmes are ideally suited to graduates who are aiming to develop high profile corporate careers on long term and wish to seek promising break.

LEARNING PROGRAMME

Competency driven learning programme at ISB&M blends concept, Theories and information with development of cognitive, social, emotional and leadership competencies. Post Graduate Programme at ISB&M is spread over six trimesters that includes classroom learning action oriented development and clearly focused culture and values.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

At ISB&M, multiple teaching methods are used. Lectures, case analysis, group projects, business simulations, management games, live assignments, syndicates etc. form the core of the learning programme. Students are divided into groups of 10- 12 for syndicates and 5-6 for group projects in each course. The programme structure is developed in such a manner that it strikes a perfect balance between conceptual and practical skills. It fosters the development of the following competencies essential for today's competitive environment.

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  • Professionalism
  • Business analytical skills
  • Decision making skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Pro-activeness
  • Leadership Skills

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Summer internship is a requisite part of ISB&M’s curriculum which helps the student to gain experience thereby enhancing their knowledge, understanding of management problem, operational issue and functioning of the corporate. The duration of summer internship program is around 8 to 10 weeks.

DISSERTATION

The dissertation is included in the course to make an in-depth study in order to conceptualize and analyze the different aspects of managerial studies.

FOUNDATION COURSE - INCLUDES

ISB&M has introduced a foundation course which ensures that the students have a Proficiency level in the fundamental analytical skills which are required for any business manager. It includes IT skills, Mathematics, Accountancy and Communication Skills.

WORKSHOPS

The module aims to inculcate soft skills and competencies like leadership skills, professionalism, team spirit, and problem solving skills, application of concepts, pro-activeness and make students rock solid professionals ready to combat all challenges.

TUTORIALS

Tutorials are small group of discussion on contemporary issues. Concepts & business models includes in each course .These discussions are driven by students and facilitated by course faculty.

SELF-STUDY

Study groups are the perfect place to find new learning perspective under faculty guidance .By joining a study group, you will have ample opportunity to observe a wide variety of study methods in action. In addition, you can contribute in other study members learning.

Grading System

Grading follows the system of 6 quality points. The quality points used on the graduated evaluation scale are:

Grades A+ A B+ B C+ C F
Quality Points 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Range Of Marks above 78 77-72 71-66 65-60 59-54 53-48 <48

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