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M. Voc in Technology and Management Consulting
The Consulting industry continues to grow consistently regardless of economic uncertainty. Many professionals who have gained significant experience and subject matter knowledge are offering their services as consultants to private, public and not-for profit sectors. These consultants provide advice, assistance and support to other organizations or individuals on management issues to help them improve their performance. Nevertheless, there is a clear dearth of professionally trained and qualified consultants in the market, who can independently handle big consulting projects. DDUKK addressing this gap with its M.Voc course in Technology and Management Consulting.  The primary objective of this course is to provide participants with an opportunity to become familiar and equip with the typical phases in a consulting project. The programme is designed in such a way that the students would be capable of industrial problem solving through excellent management and research skills by the completion of four semesters. The entrepreneurship skill development training provided during the course would enable them to setup and manage their own consultancy firms.  There will be focus on functional specialty areas in which most consultants practice along with ethical issues, career concerns and expert witnessing of consultants.

Course Objectives

  1. Expose students to the classical literature of the profession.
  2. View problems from the perspective of practicing experts in the field.
  3. Prepare solutions to case studies utilizing acquired technical expertise and experience.
  4. Apply course theories and principles to provide consulting services to actual clients.
  5. Improve ability to define key factors and issues relevant to a consulting engagement and examine their inter-relationships and learn to ‘massage’ them conceptually.
  6. Improve your ability to present analyses of issues and organizational problems in a concise, accurate, clear and interesting manner from the perspective of a consult.
  7. Gain exposure to a variety of processes and interventions involved in the management consulting arena.

Course Outline
FIRST SEMESTER


Sl. No

Course No.

Name of the Course

Max. Marks

1

KMC 15311

Communication skill development

100

2

KMC 15312

Essentials of  Management &
Organizational Behaviour

100

3

KMC 15313

Introduction to Technology and Management Consulting

100

4

KMC 15314

The Consulting Process

100

5

KMC 15315

Types of Consulting

100

     6

KMC 15316

 Change Management

100

7

KMC 15317

Research Methods

100

 

 

Total

700

SECOND SEMESTER


Sl. No.

Course No.

Name of the Course

Max. Marks

1

KMC 15321

Project Management

100

2

KMC 15322

Technology Management

100

3

KMC 15323

Qualitative  Research

100

4

KMC 15324

Business Model Analysis

100

5

KMC 15325

Consulting in Total quality management

100

6

KMC 15326

Information system Control and Audit

100

7

KMC 15327

Internship-I :Initial diagnosis of client
issues in field project (45 days duration, 50 marks each for Report and Viva Voce)

100

8

KMC 15328

Managerial Skills Development
(Training Programme)

100

 

 

Total

800

 

THIRD SEMESTER


Sl. No.

Course No.

Name of the Course

Max. Marks

1

KMC 15331

Business, Government and Society

100

2

KMC 15332

Fundamentals of Marketing and Selling Skills

100

3

KMC 15333

Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance Management

100

4

KMC 15334

Management of Consulting firms and Developing Consulting Career

100

5

KMC 15335

Excel Modelling for Consulting  (Lab)

100

6

KMC 15336

Elective-I 

100

7

KMC 15337

Elective-II

100

 

 

Total

700

FOURTH SEMESTER


Sl.No.

Course No.

Name of the Course

Max. Marks

1

KMC 15341

Entrepreneurship &  Business Strategy

100

2

KMC 15342

Marketing Research

100

3

KMC 15343

Business Analytics

100

4

KMC 15344

Elective-III

100

5

KMC 15345

Elective-IV

100

6

KMC 15346

Internship-II: Major Project Report-
(Develop a client engagement and perform consulting services for that client. Project work starts with the commencement of the semester and last four weeks exclusively four internship)

100

7,

KMC 15347

Comprehensive course Viva –Voce with a board of  external and internal examiners

100

 

 

Total

700

 

Eligibility for the M. Voc in Technology and Management Consulting Course
Engineering Graduates with at least 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) in any branch of engineering or candidates with MBA degree with 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) or candidates with B.B.A./B.B.M/B.Voc. Degree in relevant disciplines with at least 60% marks (or equivalent CGPA) shall be eligible for admission to M.Voc in Technology and Management Consulting course.