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The Sharpening Process

MCW: MET Class Work (in hours)
MFW: MET Field Work (in hours)

Orientation (Anubhuti)
Launchpad (Induction)
HeartTalk (Hitguj)
Outbound training (Anubhav)
Certificate I Introduction to eMBA in Insurance
(MCW: 450 MFW: 150)
Certificate II Advanced eMBA in Insurance
(MCW: 450 MFW: 200)
Foundation Course Competency Mapping MET Combat (Class debates) Foreign Languages Principle and Practices of conventional management disciplines integrated with e-commerce & business insights

Advanced Management competencies developed through knowledge inputs in business analysis for risk management & decision making for profit maximisation & growth empowered by:

  • Workshops & Seminars
  • Industry Projects
  • MET on Wheels
  • Foreign Languages
  • Summer Preparatory Module
  • Visit to Lloyds, London
Certificate III Strategic Business Management Perspective in Insurance
(MCW: 450 MFW: 300)
Certificate IV Crossing the Corporate Threshold in Insurance
(MCW: 300 MFW: 500)

Enhanced through e-Business solutions
facilitated by:

  • Electives
  • MET on Wheels
  • CEO Speak
  • Math Hour
  • China Study Mission
  • Marketing Summit
  • Finance Meet
  • HR Meet

Strategic industry academia learning partnership, through research projects and assignments based industry internship. Strengthened by alumni networking, high end workshops, facilitating suitable placement opportunities.

eMBA-Insurance Certification
(Total MCW: 1650 Total MFW: 1150)
Successful completion of credits earned through the four certificate modules, makes the candidate eligible to receive e-empowered Management and Business Administration- Insurance (eMBA-Insurance) certification after putting up 2800 hours of inputs.

Apart from the class-room inputs, the students shall be exposed to following interfaces with the external world and the industry personnel, with a view to augment their theoretical learning with practical applications:

  1. One week of ‘Introduction to the worlds of Insurance & Management’ by industry experts
  2. Actual handling of policy-documents, forms, claims papers
  3. Hands-on experience of I.T. applications used in industry
  4. Projects, case studies & assignments involving real-life salespersons from industry, both life & general
  5. Surveys of real-life cases from customer segments
  6. Interaction with doctors, lawyers, ombudsman, CEOs, regulators, actuaries, chartered accountants & other industry specialists
  7. Industrial visits to ports, airports, warehouses, brokers’ firms, insurance company offices & other relevant sites
  8. Summer placements in reputable insurance companies
  9. Hands-on experience in BPO/KPO
  10. Interaction with International faculty
  11. Video-conferences with International experts of various fields
  12. Visit to Lloyd’s of London office for first hand experience of foreign insurance operations and insights into their strategies and concerns (optional)

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