BMS - E-Commerce Operations

Bachelor of Management Studies or BMS is focused on developing managerial skills to assume entry level positions.  The program provides students with a solid foundation in the field of management.  During the period of course of study the students will understand how organizations work, how they are managed, and sensitize students on the requirements to function successfully in a national/ global environment.

Some of the areas you will study during the Bachelor of Management Studies Degree are:

Management: Critical managerial skills involved in leading, controlling, planning, and structuring an organization. Students will understand how to manage and also contribute when you are being managed. Students will develop a system view of organizations and be able to transfer understanding from one context to the other.

Human Resource Management: One of the critical areas will be managing people.  You will explore the principles in leading and managing people for superior productivity in today's complex enterprises. You will learn how to develop a HR policy, understand employment law, write job description, and how to use a HRM.

Organizational Behavior: This course discusses organizational structure and introduces you to the theoretical and empirical research on individual, interpersonal and how to ensure group effectiveness at work.  You will learn how to impart skills in decision making, motivation, leadership, teamwork to individuals and organizations.

Economics for Management: Relationship between economics theory and its applications in managerial decision, understanding how resource allocation impacts the goal of the organization.

Inventory & Warehouse Management: Students learn the key aspects of inventory control, materials handling, logistics and product dispatch. The goal is to ensure greater profitability by using supply chain management techniques. You will also understand how to use Artificial Intelligence and sophisticated SCM tools in this course.


The University employs various techniques for its in-classroom instruction including:

  • Lectures
  • Case Study discussions
  • Role Plays
  • Seminars and Presentations

These are supplemented with the University LMS which includes

  • Instructional videos
  • Games to learn concepts

During the first two years, multiple industrial visits are conducted to understand how what is learnt in a classroom setting is applied.

The last two semesters are spent in apprenticeship or on the job training (OJT) during which time the student will be supervised at the University by a mentor.


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