The certificate course of Master of Business Administration is designed to provide students with a range of analytic, strategic and leadership skills which will prepare them for increasingly competitive careers in business management in the corporate and public sectors. These courses offer grounding in fundamental business areas such as accounting, finance, organizational behavior, economics, marketing and management. The department to cope with rapid organizational and technological change is developed through and understanding of organizational behavior, information systems and organizational change and development. The Certificate course was conducted by our College for the Knowledge Management related advantages. The certificate course would envisage the knowledge of soft skills which is considered as prime advantage along with the personality development related activities. The certificate course would enhance the self- development and the overall skills spectrum. The students who possess the certificate would largely identified as a successful candidate and secure a job after the completion of the MBA studies. The course is forming a part and parcel of one’s life altogether.
Objective of Certificate Course
The Certificate Course is to help the students to give them utter confidence to face any eventualities to be faced by them both in the corporate life and in their personal life. Soft-skills and Personality Development are two eyes of an Individual to secure an immediate job. Corporate prefer only soft skill savvy.
Scope of the Course
The scope is that the students get a dream organization and a job of their choice as per their domain. But the Certificate Course on Soft skills conducted by us, would give them the utmost opportunity to strengthen their mental ability and to know the expectations of the corporate.
|S.No||Course Name||Duration of the Course||No. of Students Attended||No. of Students Appeared Examination||No. of Students Passed||Academic Year|
|2||Creative advertising and designing||20-03-18 to
|3||Skill development for effective organization performance||03-10-17 to