The ADYPU Online Master Level Post Graduate Program in Management- Finance covers the concepts and techniques of modern finance and enables the student to analyse and explore the range of factors influencing financial decisions. This is designed to help them understand corporate financial management and examine the role of financial risk management within business organisations. The program is planned to equip students with skills and knowledge for a career in the financial sector. Finance is the backbone of every company which has vital areas such as working capital management, mergers, acquisition, and international finance. This program covers all aspects.
Managerial Economics is the application of economic theory and methodology to managerial decision-making problems within various organizational settings such as a firm or a government agency. The emphasis in this course will be on demand analysis and estimation, production and cost analysis under different market conditions, forecasting and decision making under uncertainty. This course will enable the students to investigate major areas of management decision making in the context of various business-oriented organizations for which economic analysis is a useful input. It shows how an economist’s understanding of certain phenomena may aid in the process of management
Marketing Management is a course that examines the role and importance of marketing in the firm and other organizations. Marketing management course enables a student to understand the fundamentals of marketing concept and the role marketing plays in business. This course enables a student to understand the ‘Marketing mix’ elements and the strategies and principles underlying the modern marketing practices. Topics such as marketing plans/strategies, market segmentation, retailing, advertising, pricing, Internet marketing, etc.
This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of managerial accounting and financial management appropriate for all organizations. Students will study information from the entity’s accounting system relevant to decisions made by internal managers, as distinguished from information relevant to users who are external to the company. The emphasis is on the identification and assignment of product costs, operation budgeting and planning, costs control, and management decision making. Topics include product costing methodologies, cost behavior, operational and capital budgeting, and performance evaluation.
This is an introductory course in statistics designed to provide students with the basic concepts of data analysis and statistical computing. Topics covered include basic descriptive measures, measures of association, probability theory, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. The main objective is to provide students with pragmatic tools for assessing statistical claims and conducting their own statistical analyses.
The aim of this course is to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of the role and conduct of quantitative and qualitative research methods in planning. The course equips students with the skills to review and conduct methodologically sound research as a part of their professional work. Students develop the skills to recognise and reflect on the strengths and limitations of different research methodologies, understand the links between theory and practice, critically assess research, and address ethical and practical issues. The course takes a step-by-step approach to the design and implementation of quantitative and qualitative techniques including case study and precedent studies, surveys, interviews, focus groups, participant observation, textual and media analysis.
Students are introduced to the management of an organization’s workforce through the design and implementation of effective human resources policies and procedures. Current Canadian issues and practices are examined. Topics include the need for human resources management and its growing professionalism; human resource planning including job design and analysis; recruitment and selection; compensation; employee development; workplace health and safety; and employee relations.
This course deals with the management of commercial banking activities from risk management perspective. The prime focus of this subject is to manage major risks such as interest rate risk, credit risk, liquidity risk and operational risk faced by the banks to maximize the dual objectives of commercial banks i.e. profitability and liquidity. Mostly it deals with the management of deposits, lending activities, investments, bank capital, bank liquidity and off-balance sheet activities. In addition to this, it also covers the basic features and role of commercial banks, regulatory aspects related to banking activities and evaluation techniques to measure financial performance of banks.
This is an introductory course for students of accounting as well as other areas of study. It aims to acquaint them with the uses of accounting information and techniques useful to the manager in planning, decision-making and controlling organizational activities. This course is intended to provide students with an exposure to cost and managerial accounting emphasizing four major themes are as follows: (i) Cost Accumulation; (ii)Determining appropriate cost techniques; (iii) Planning and (iv) Control
The course structure has been designed to familiar the students with the tools and techniques of Security Analysis and portfolio Management. This will help to understand and have a thorough knowledge of stock and capital markets to make a right decision of how, where and when to invest.
This course provides an introductory study of the subject of wealth management and contemporary personal financial planning. This course provides an overview of the major components of financial planning, namely consumption planning, tax planning, insurance planning, retirement planning and estate planning. Throughout, focus is placed on the practical application of portfolio management and asset allocation of wealth management clients.
“Strategic Financial Management” refers to both – the financial implications and aspects of various business strategies and the strategic management of finance. If a company wants to be a blue-chip enterprise or a great enterprise for an all-time investment, it will have to adopt strategic approaches to cost management, sales and revenue management, fund-raising and fund-development and cost-benefit analysis for every prime decision of expansion, diversification, downsizing and renovation.
The dissertation will be submitted which is related to the specialization
Ms.Shital Solanki is an Assistant Professor in Mathematics. She has been awarded a gold medal in B.Sc. (Maths). She completed her M.Tech (IMCA) from the NowrosjeeWadiacollege, Pune. After her studies, she taught mathematics at NowrosjeeWadia College, Pune for four years and further worked in the same capacity at COEP.
Dr. Kulkarni possess 28 years of rich experience in teaching Mechanical engineering subject at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. He also has worked as project engineer in turnkey project across India building factories, cement plants, chemical plants, and power plants. He is specialized in thermal engineering domain with his Ph.D. in area of refrigeration and air conditioning. He is an alumnus of College of Engineering, Pune.
Ms.Neha has 8 years of rich academic experience at various institutes and universities in Mumbai and Pune Region. She completed her Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai and Masters in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University.She has many papers published in International Journals. Her area of expertise are Information retrieval, Data Modeling and Data visualization.
Dr.Biswajeet Champaty is the Head of the School of Engineering at Ajeenkya D Y PatilUnversity, Pune, He received his B.Tech in Biomedical Engineering from the BijuPatnaik University of Technology Odisha and M.Tech in Biomedical Engineering from SRM University, Chennai. He earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Odisha. He joined School of Engineering, ADYPU in August 2016.
Rohit is an young dynamic individual with diversified industry experience. His skill lies in Web and Network Security, Mobile Application Security, API security, Penetration Testing, Source Code Audit, Vulnerability Assessment, Information Security Management, Ethical Hacking.
Dhanesh is an Cyber Security Professional with 2 years of Proven Expertise in Vulnerability Assessment, Network & Web, Application Penetration Testing, Source Code Review.
Having Industry & Corporate HR experience of more than 25 years, she possesses vision beyond the obviousand aims to inspire thousands of young HR aspirants to aim high and achieve the goals. She has been a part ofindustrial corporates such as Crompton Greaves Limited,Sulzer India Limited, Gabriel India Limited, SulzonEnergy Limited , Kumar Urban Development Limited .
Prakriti has obtained her Bachelors of Law (BBA LLB) from KIIT University, Bhubaneswar with a specialisation in Business Laws and Masters of Law from National Law University Odisha, with a specialisation in Corporate and Security Laws. She has completed the Company Secretary professional course from the ICSI. She is an NSE certified professional in Financial and Security Market.
A law graduate from Government Law College, Mumbai, with over 24 years of experience in Legal Profession.Trains law enforcement agencies across the country. Trains bankers at Institute of Development and Research in Banking Technology(est. by RBI) Conducts awareness programs on Cyber Law and Cyber Crimes in various colleges/universities/institutes at Mumbai.