Masters in Human Resource Development Management (MHRDM) 

Started in 1988, the objective of this programs is to prepare executives for top level administrative positions in public or private sector organisations. It lays special emphasis on developing a proper role perception of administrators in the Indian context by exposing them to a wide range of relevant areas, sufficiently in depth so that they may gain the confidence necessary to interact with functional specialists. Not only that, they would be able to develop the administrative skills for translating policies into action effectively. 

Candidates having minimum executive experience of two years in Government establishments, public, private or co-operative sector organisations will find this program useful.

This program is affiliated to the University Of Mumbai and has been approved by AICTE.

Note: This course was formerly known as Master in Administrative Management (MAM). MHRDM course is equivalent to the MAM Course of University of Mumbai

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Semester I Semester II
Principles of Management Production Management
Financial Accounting Business Research Methods
Organisational Behaviour Marketing Management
Managerial Economics Legal Aspects of Business
Business Communication Cost & Management Accounting
Quantitative Methods in Management Human Resources Management
Semester III Semester IV
International Business Human Resource Planning
Management Information Systems Human Resource Audit
Financial Management Human Resource Information Systems
Taxation Employee Relations & Labour Laws
Creativity & Innovation Management Training & Development
Semester V Semester VI
Compensation & Benefits Strategic Management
Organisational Theories, Structure & Design Strategic HRM
Competency based HRM Management of Change
Performance Management Systems Building Learning Organisations
Industry Oriented Dissertation Project Role of HR in Knowledge Management