Courses

Mastering Management Practice
    • Management 101

      Management 101 is a course which serves as an introduction to the world of management and business through a series of lectures that give an understanding of what the subjects under the management practice will look like. The course acts as precursor to the rest of the courses in the track; an overview of the most critical concepts of accounting, finance, marketing, operations and strategy. At the end of this course, Scholars will develop an understanding of the foundational functions of a business and grasp and apply the principles of management to business cases through assignments and quizzes.


        Learning Outcomes
      • Scholars will develop an understanding of the functions of a business.
      • They will understand the case study method to be able to grasp and apply the principles of management to a business.
      • They will learn to effectively work in teams to solve problems that arise in a simulated business environment.
      Management 101
      Pramath Raj Sinha, Amit Bubna, Sujit Kumar
    • Critical Thinking and Business
      Sujit Kumar
    • Marketing Management
      JN Godhino
    • Digital Marketing
      Punit Modhgil
    • Organisational Behaviour | Principles, Individuals, Groups & Institutions
      Tripti Desai
    • Introduction to Mathematical Thinking
      Gaurav Bhatnagar
    • Project Manager I & II
      Kaustabh Chakraborty
    • Business Strategy
      Sujit Kumar
    • Operations Management
      Prabhu Agarwal
    • Accounting & Finance I & II
      Pushkal Pandey
    • Technology for Management
      Chirag Anand
    • Managing Business Performance 1 – Quality, Risk, Logistics and Supply Chains
    • Management Business Performance II Management Accounting and Determining Profitability
    • Quantitative Methods and Statistics for Business
    • Technology for Management
      Chirag Anand
    • Marketing Management & Consumer Behaviour
      JN Godinho
    • Managing the Digital Firm – Managing Information Systems and ERPs (MIS)
    • Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
    • Business Planning and Modelling
    • Tax and Business Laws
    • Capstone Project
    • International Economics and Business

Learning from The Liberal Arts
    • Principles of Economics for Management Practice

      ‘Principles of Economics for Management Practice’ will introduce Scholars to basic concepts and principles of micro- and macro-economics.

      Dr Pronab Sen’s course in Economics will be an extended two-part course, taught through a combination of classroom teaching, student presentations and group exercises related to applying basic economic principles.


        Learning Outcomes
      • Scholars will learn the basic principles of micro- and macro-economics and learn how to apply them to real-life situations around them.
      • Their learning will be facilitated through theoretical understanding of concepts as well as class presentations that will enable them to comprehend these concepts clearly.
      • The Scholars will be familiar with economic concepts that they will learn to apply over the next few terms and in detail in Term 8 through the second part of the course.
      Principles of Economics for Management Practice
      Pronab Sen
    • Introduction to Philosophy
      Sundar Sarukkai
    • Introduction to Indian Economics
      Manoj Pant
    • Introduction to Political Science
      Pete Mohanty
    • Methodologies of Research and Systematic Enquiry
      Anjula Gurtoo
    • Introduction to Policy and Development Economics
      Harsh Shrivastav and Manisha Priyam
    • Measuring for Impact
      Jo Puri
    • Applications of Economics in Business
      Pronab Sen
    • Human Resource Management
      Punam Sehgal
    • Creating a Sustainable Business
      Chandrika Bahadur
    • Managing not for Profit or Social Enterprises
    • Gender Studies

Thinking & Communicating for Impact
    • Fundamental of Communications

      Communication Skills 101 is an introductory course in thinking and communicating with impact. This course will introduce Scholars to basic principles of communication and equip them with tools to conduct structured and effective communication. It is a combination of classroom learning through frameworks and tools for effective communication, classroom group exercises involving application of the theory as well as written assignments to practice the principles taught in class.


        Learning Outcomes
      • Scholars will learn how to communicate more effectively, both in writing and in-person interactions.
      • They will become familiar with the pyramid principle which will enable them to structure and convey their thoughts and messages logically.
      • They will become aware of basic research methodologies while writing.
      • They will also develop an understanding of what drives our behaviours and the mindset required to have meaningful conversations.
      • They will begin to practice skills such as listening actively, being assertive, giving and receiving feedback and dealing with conflict situations.
      Fundamental of Communications
      Shreyasi Singh, Preeti Singh (Business World), Preeti Singh (McKinsey)
    • Theatre for Expression (Workshop Series)
      Irfana Majumdar and Gaurav Saini
    • Effective Communication
      Bennett McClellan
    • Theatre and Expression
      Irfana Majumdar and Gaurav Saini
    • Conducting Meetings, Blogging and Social Media
      Shefaly Yogendra
    • Visual Communications
      Sujata Kulshrestha
    • Art of Conversation
    • Interviews, Presentations and Listening
    • Critical Analytical Thinking
      Sujit Kumar

Taking Charge of Personal Growth
    • Understanding the Self

      'Understanding the Self' was conducted in collaboration with Organisational Development Alternatives during 4th August-8th August, 2015. The Scholars were exposed to a week of personality assessments including the Enneagram, StrengthsFinder and Multiple Intelligences Test to gain a deep understanding of their strengths and values before beginning their journey into the Programme. The course concluded with the Scholars documenting their personal and professional visions.


        Learning Outcomes
      • Scholars will explore and identify their core personal strengths and values.
      • They will learn to understand and appreciate different personality types and how to make the most  in a team with diverse strengths.
      • · They will learn to articulate and outline their personal and professional vision for the future.
      Understanding the Self
      Santhosh Babu, Shalini Mittal
    • Leadership and Innovation
      Bhawani Singh Shekhawat
    • Mind of a Leader
      TD Chandrashekhar
    • Managing Personal Finance
      Priyanka Bhatia
    • Leading Individuals and Groups
      Stacy Blake Beard
    • Entrepreneurship
      Reena Mithal
    • Decision Making
      Shefaly Yogendra
    • Managing Change
      Sriparna Basu
    • Negotiations
      Sriparna Basu
    • Time Management

Term 1 (25th July – 5th Sept, 2016)

Term Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Management 101 Pramath Raj Sinha, Pushkal Pandey, Tushar Jaruhar, Vikas Gupta
Mastering Management Practice Introduction to Quantitative Methods Tushar Jaruhar
Learning from Liberal Arts Principles of Economics for Management Practice Pronab Sen
Communications & Thinking for Impact Communication Skills 101 Preeti Singh, Shreyasi Singh, Preeti Singh
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Understanding yourself Santhosh Babu, Pramath Raj Sinha, Kanika Pandey, Radhika Singh, Renu Rajpal
Term 1
25th July -
5th Sept, 2016

Term 5 (9th Jan – 19th Feb, 2017)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Project Manager Series Kaustabh Chakraborty
 Mastering Management Practice Industry Psychology Tripti Desai
Learning from Liberal Arts Methodologies of Research and Systematic Enquiry Anjula Gurtoo
Learning from Liberal Arts Dictatorship, Democracy and Development Pushkar
Thinking & Communicating for Impact Communicating with your audience Bennett McClellan
Personal Growth & Leadership Leading Individuals and the Self Stacy Blake Beard
Personal Growth & Leadership Social Entrepreneurship & Impact Investment Reena Mithal
Term 5
9th Jan -
19th Feb, 2017

Term 9 (26th June – 6th Aug, 2017)

Term Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Capstone Project (Business Foundations Specilaisation - The Wharton School) Tushar Jaruhar
Mastering Management Practica  Marketing Management II JN Godinho
Learning from Liberal Arts Applications of Business Economics Pronab Sen
Thinking & Communicating for Impact Writing Centre
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Management through Inner Awareness Srinivas Mulugu
Taking Charge of Personal Growth "Shadow a Woman CEO' Programme Preparation
 
Term 9
26th June -
6th Aug, 2017

Term 2 (6th Sept – 16th Oct, 2016)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Marketing Management JN Godinho
Mastering Management Practice Digital Marketing Jessie Paul
Learning from Liberal Arts Introduction to Macroeconomics Vijay P Ojha
Learning from Liberal Arts Introduction to Philosophy Sunder Sarrukai
Learning from Liberal Arts The Indian Economy - Then & Now Mihir Sharma
Thinking & Communicating for Impact Critical Thinking & Effective Communication Preeti Singh, Preeti Singh, Sampurna Chattarji
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Leadership and Innovation Bhawani Singh Shekhawat
Term 2
6th Sept -
16th Oct, 2016

Term 6 (20th Feb – 2nd April, 2017)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Operations Management Prabhu Agarwal
 Mangement Management Practice Project Manager Series Kaustabh Chakraborty
Learning from Liberal Arts Introduction to Policy and Development Economics Harsh Shrivastav and Manisha Priyam
Thinking & Communicating for Impact Writing Centre
Term 6
20th Feb -
2nd April, 2017

Term 10 7th August – 3rd September 2017

Track Courses Faculty
Shadow a Woman CEO Programme
Term 10
Shadow a Woman CEO Programme

Term 3 (17th Oct – 27th Nov, 2016)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Financial Accounting Pushkal Pandey
Mastering Management Practice Strategy Baba Prasad
Mastering Management Practice Marketing Plan Workshops Vikas Gupta
Learning from Liberal Arts Gender 101 Gitanjali Surendran
Thinking and Communicating for Impact Deconstructing the Self:Communicating through Theatre Irfana Majumdar
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Mind of a Leader T D Chandrashekhar
 
Term 3
17th Oct -
27th Nov, 2016

Term 7 (3rd April – 14th May, 2017)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Introduction to Marketing (Business Foundations Specilaisation - The Wharton School) Siddarth Menon
Mastering Management Practice Corporate Finance (Business Foundations SPecialisation - The Wharton School) Tushar Jaruhar
Learning from Liberal Arts Sustainable Development Goals Chandrika Bahadur
Learning from Liberal Arts  Corporate Law Shuchi Sinha
Learning from LIberal Arts  Measuring for Impact  Jo Puri
Thinking and Communicating for Impact  Writing Centre  Jo Puri
Personal Growth & Leadership  Embedded Leadership Excellence Ramnath Narayanswamy
Term 7
3rd April -
14th May, 2017

Term 4 (28th Nov, 2016- 8th Jan, 2017)

Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Financial Accounting Pushkal Pandey
 Mastering Management Practice Organisational Behaviour Tripti Desai
Learning from Liberal Arts Globalisation and WTO Sarabjeet Natesan
Thinking and Communicating for Impact Visual Communication Aman Kaleem
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Development Practice Nivedita Narain
Taking Charge of Personal Growth Development Practice - Trip to Kesla, Madhya Pradesh Nivedita Narain, Vinitika Lal, PRADAN
Term 4
28th Nov, 2016 -
8th Jan, 2017

Term 8 (15th May – 25th June, 2017)

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Track Courses Faculty
Mastering Management Practice Financial Accounting: Business Foundations Specialisation - The Wharton School Tushar Jaruhar
Mastering Management Practice Operations Management: Business Foundations Specialisation - The Wharton School Tushar Jaruhar
Learning from Liberal Arts Art Appreciation Madhumita Nandi Srivastava
Learning from Liberal Arts Humanitarianism Unni Karunakara
Learning from Liberal Arts Measuring for Impact Jo Puri
Term 8
15th May -
25th June, 2017

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