Management Courses After 12th

Management is the coordination and organization of all activities in an entrepreneur according to the policies defined by the industry”.

Thousands of students wish to know about the career options in the management field. You can go for management courses with any stream in 12th standard (Science, Commerce, Arts).

But the thing is that management study has a wide range of educational subjects and disciplines.

Nowadays, every discipline of any subject refers to a leading management programme. No matter, whether you have any subject in the 12th standard you are eligible for management study in term of that.

Courses

The management study covers a big part of the students in India. The management programmes in India are offered as the full-time regular as well as the part-time or online education. Yes, various disciplines of management study are facilitated through distance learning education.

There are three types of management education courses:

Diploma courses leading to the 2-year diploma programme

  • DBA

UG degree courses with the duration of 3 year

  • BBA
  • BBA+DBA (specialization)
  • BBA+MBA
  • BBM
  • BCA+E- MBA
  • BA (management)
  • M.Com(management)
  • B.F.T
  • B.H.H.M
  • B.H.M
  • B.Sc (management)

PG degree programme with the duration of 2 years

  • MBA
  • PGDM
  • PGDBA
  • PGP
  • M.Com
  • PGDBM
  • EPGP

Many of the Indian and international institutions offer the certificate course in various disciplines of management. In this field, there is an opportunity to get higher degrees such as Ph.D. and M.Phill, offer by the various institutions.

The list of common management programmes:

  • Business Administration:
    • Business management
    • International Business Management
    • Project management
    • Property management
    • Risk management
    • Material management
    • Event management
    • Marketing management
    • HR management
    • Finance management
  • Engineering
  • Arts & Humanities
  • Education
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Food & Hotel management
  • Forest
  • Health Care Management and Hospital Administration
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Law
  • Life Sciences
  • Media and Communication
  • Pharmaceutical

In a management study, the students are taught about management skills, leadership skills, decision-making skills, entrepreneurship development skill, communication skills, and strategic management skills.

In India, there are various B-schools for pursuing management education. Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) are considered best for pursuing management courses. There are total 20 IIMs which primarily offers postgraduate, doctoral and executive education programmes.

Eligibility

For UG Courses: Minimum qualification eligibility required to apply for diploma courses in management field is 12th/intermediate.

For PG Courses: For admission to master’s courses in the management field, students should have a bachelor’s degree.

For Doctoral Courses: For admission to Ph.D./M.Phil in management, one should have a master’s degree in management.

Application Process

Admissions into undergraduate management courses are commonly done on the basis of merit. Merit is prepared on the basis of candidate’s performance in the qualifying examination (12th). Some institutions/Universities provides admission on the basis of their own entrance exam.

To get admission in postgraduate management courses, students need to apply for the entrance exam. Typically, admissions into MBA course is done through CAT 2019 /MAT 2019/CMAT 2019, etc. In addition to these entrance exams, there are many other entrance exams conducted for admission to postgraduate courses. Students seeking admission in foreign Universities can apply for GMAT 2019.

Entrance Examination

For Indian institutes: –

  • CAT (Common Admission Test)
  • XAT (Xavier’s Admission Test)

Diploma courses leading to the 2-year diploma programme

  • DBA

UG degree courses with the duration of 3 year

  • BBA
  • BBA+DBA (specialization)
  • BBA+MBA
  • BBM
  • BCA+E- MBA
  • BA (management)
  • B.Com(management)
  • B.F.T
  • B.H.H.M
  • B.H.M
  • B.Sc (management)

PG degree programme with the duration of 2 years

  • MBA
  • PGDM
  • PGDBA
  • PGP
  • M.Com
  • PGDBM
  • EPGP

Careers and Job opportunity

The scope of MBA course is increasing day by day. An MBA is one of the big job oriented professional programme and the most one which has been sought by the students.

Once you have completed your degree, you have a great job opportunity in the industrial world. You may the manager or executive in term of designation.

The management term is most suited to the managers and that’s why it is the way, where you can reach on the top of the height as soon as possible by using your leadership and working proficiency.

An MBA professional always plays a vital role in his/her company and this is why he used to keep in touch with the board of directors.

No need to specify the companies who recruit the MBA professionals. All sectors including government and public have various industries, companies, institutions or related organizations, come in the job prospective fields for an MBA professional.

In the job curriculum, the students are taught about the following:

  • Human skills
  • Financial account
  • Business law, statistics & communication
  • Business environment & mathematics
  • Industrial law
  • Computer application
  • Economics
  • EXIM procedure and documentation
  • Management techniques
  • Business ethics
  • E-commerce
  • International marketing & finance
  • Special study in the elective course

Salary

Salary is no issue for the candidates who have a good leadership, decision-making skill, enthusiasm, and a good academic background.

The initial package in India is around 2 lakh per annum but the maximum is unlimited.