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Syllabus: eMBA-Insurance

SEMESTER I SEMESTER III
Management Subjects
  1. Perspective Management
  2. Marketing Management & Introduction to Marketing Research
  3. Finance & Cost Accounting
  4. Organization Behaviour
  5. Managerial Economics & Indian Economics
  6. Business Communication Skills
Management Subjects
  1. Business Mathematics
  2. Consumer Behaviour & Sales Management
  3. Logistics
  4. Strategic Management
The CII Subjects
  1. Insurance underwriting Process (IF 3)
  2. Insurance Claims Handling Process (IF 4)
  3. Customer Service in Insurance (IF9)
The CII Subjects
  1. Reinsurance (P97)
  2. Principles of Takaful (590)
  3. Marketing Insurance Products and Services (945)
SEMESTER II SEMESTER IV
Management Subjects
  1. Financial Management
  2. Marketing Applications & Practices
  3. e- Commerce
  4. Taxation
  5. Summer Internship Project
Management Subjects
  1. International Business
  2. Business Ethics, C. G., C. S. R.
  3. Insurance projects
The CII Subjects
  1. Insurance Laws (P05)
  2. Marine Hull and Associated Liability (P98) / Personal Insurance (P 86)
  3. Motor Insurance (P 94)
The CII Subjects
  1. Insurance Corporate Management (990)
  2. Business & Economics (530)
  3. Advanced Claims (820)
* Syllabus subject to change due to exigencies

Performance Assessment

Sr. No. Parameter Weightage
1 Final Exam 50
2 Projects 20
3 Oral Evaluation - Viva 15
4 Quiz, Class articipation and Continuous Assessment 15
  Total 100

The teaching methodology adopted at the institute will consist of classroom sessions wherein students will be exposed to case studies, experiential learning, role play, scenario building as well as live industry projects. The emphasis will be on developing the understanding of the subject by the students since they are expected to convert teachings into application and execution mode. To facilitate this interactive learning process, they will be mentored and subdivided into learning groups or work teams which will facilitate team working as well as collective learning. Their curriculum would include industry visits, rural visits, societal relief exposures besides industry internships. Students’ participation in all these activities is compulsory.

Selected subjects like Principles of Management, Perspective Management, Strategic Management, etc. will be taught through case study method. For all subjects, students are expected to come to the class well prepared and updated. Faculty may take surprise exams at any point. During the study, students will be assessed subject wise based on the weightages mentioned here.

Credit Points evaluation system

Sr. No. Credit Points Evaluation
1 0.70 and above Pass with distinction
2 0.60 to 0.69 Pass with first class
3 0.50 to 0.59 Pass with second class
4 Less than 0.50 Fail

Every subject will be given maximum of 1 point for its credit and minimum credit points required to clear the subject is 0.5. These points will be given on the basis of students' marks in the subject.

The certificates will be issued depending upon minimum 0.5 credit received in each subject for the certificate module. e.g. if maximum credit points are 11, minimum 5.5 credit points are required besides minimum 0.5 credit points in each subject.

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