Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
About the Subject:
The University of Mumbai started the Bachelor of Management Studies course in 1999. The course aims at not only training students to become excellent managers but also leads to the all-round development of their personality. The BMS course provides comprehensive management training to students by way of interaction, projects, presentations, industrial visits, practical training, job orientation and placements. It is a perfectly designed course for aspiring managers and budding CEOs of tomorrow. Managers are synonymous with perfection. They are expected to do the right things at the right time and to see to it that others do it right. Such are the people required in today’s globally competitive market and such are the people that St. Gonsalo Garcia College produces in abundance. The students are molded perfectly to fit in with the requirements of an ideal manager who knows how to make correct decisions, delegate work and most importantly, to coordinate with the entire organization. BMS is a course designed especially for students aiming to become managers. In the second year, the students can select Marketing, Finance or Human Resource as their area of specialisation, and have relevant elective subjects from 3rd Semester onwards. This helps them get in depth knowledge in their area of interest.
About the Department:
The Department runs the prime course of undergraduate Management programme i.e. Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) for which the department was established in the year 2005-2006. This is one of the prestigious courses in the country. The programme is well received in the industry and for years had been serving the needs of managerial cadre in business and industry. Our College through this course envisions creating powerful managers and entrepreneurs with the competence to navigate through the challenges of the ever-evolving corporate sector.
|Sr. No.||NAME OF THE FACULTY||QUALIFICATION||DESIGNATION|
|1||Vikram Trivedi||Associate Professor|
|2||Mrs.Rubina D’Mello||Associate Professor|
|3||Mrs.Heleena Alphanso||Associate Professor|
|4||Rupali Dabre||Associate Professor|