Mumbai University this year is up for a major change in Bachelor’s of Management Studies (BMS) that will hopefully excite the students and change the structure of education in colleges. With a plethora of new subjects in the curriculum, students can now study courses that will be more industry-specific and profitable in their field of work.
The syllabus of Bachelor’s of Management Studies has been revised wherein the second year students can now choose to specialise in marketing, finance or human resource management at the undergraduate level itself. The proposal was passed by the Board of Studies and was unanimously passed by the members in order to make the syllabus more market-oriented.
Courses like B.Com have also been subjected to change with an interesting line of topics such as transport, financial and environment management included in the syllabus. For the engineering students to meet demands of the industry efficiently, courses like Mechatronics, Electronics and Electrical were introduced in the curriculum.
Students of the Arts stream have a vast expanse of knowledge to cover as subjects like social networking and its impact on economics and politics have been introduced for Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Master of Arts (MA).
With more focus on subjects like biodiversity, wildlife conservation and management, hygiene, psychology and even archaeology, students belonging to the Science department will now study topics of daily relevance. This increases their percentage of contribution in the society