I am quoting straightaway from the website of SRM University's TRP School of Management Academics page.
"Designed by experts, this short duration management program demands commitment and drive. Enhanced curriculum with flexible electives, an international faculty team and restricted entry make this the cream of management qualifications.
The curriculum is designed to produce well-rounded managers who have the right skills, positive attitudes and high values. Apart from a number of skill-based courses, the students are required to take courses on ethics, corporate governance and eastern philosophy.
Foundation courses impart sound knowledge on the basic disciplines that contribute to management, like statistics, psychology, economics and operations research. The students are then progressed to look at management as a holistic function through integrative courses, such as strategic management, corporate leadership and simulation games.
In this ever changing world, managers should develop an ability to learn on their own and learn continuously. The Holistic, Active and Lifelong Learning model (HALL) captures the essence of this. The learn by doing teaching method will help students transform into industry-ready managers.
The blended learning method, with one third of the course delivered online, helps students gain confidence in the 'learning to learn' approach.
A student of the TRP School, is a student forever. The alumni will have access to our Knowledge Bank comprising of courseware, research papers and video archives of lectures throughout their lifetime.
International visiting faculty, industry linkages and intra university resources play a key role in converting raw potential into industry-ready managers who will contribute to their organizations from the first day of their job.
Through compulsory live projects in the social sector students are sensitized to the needs of the people at the 'bottom of the pyramid'.
TRP School's learning management system also serves as a knowledge repository made up of archived lectures by international visiting faculty and Indian faculty. The knowledge system also includes research and publications by the Centers of Excellence and Special Interest Groups. The alumni have access to these materials at a nominal cost. The school will also run refresher courses from time to time so alumni can continue staying at the top."
That should give you an idea of the academic programmes run by the TRP School of Management.
Now, I will quote from the TRP School of Management's Placements page.
"Recruiters repeatedly visit the SRM campus to capture the cream of management students. The career oriented curriculum and the soft skills training provided at the TRP School ensure that every student gets placed in jobs commensurate with his/ her background, skills and competencies. The school is backed by SRM University's placement cell which undertakes counseling, training and value addition to ensure that the students are ready to hit the job running. The placement cell is invloved in:
Value addition through foreign language courses.
Organizing in-plant training that gives hands-on experience. Organizing programs that will enhance soft-skills.
Career counseling on pursuing higher studies in India and abroad.
Conducting Entrepreneurship Development Programs that motivate young guns.
ABN-Amro, Accenture, Amalgamation Group, American Express, Ashok Leyland, Bajaj, Bank of America, Barclays, BASF, Birla Group, Birla Soft, Caritor, Caterpillar, Ciba, Citigroup, Cognizant, Coke, EDS, Essar Group, Ford, Glasgow, HCL, HDFC, Hexaware, HLL, Honeywell, HP, Hyundai, IBM, ICICI, Intel, L&T InfoTech, Larsen & Toubro, Lupin, Mahindra & Mahindra, Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, Mindtree, Motorola, Murugappa G, Oracle, Orchid, Patni, Pepsi, Ranbaxy, Reddy's, Reliance, Sanmar Group, Satyam, Schneider, Siemens, Sonata, S P I C Group, Standard Chartered, Sun, TATA Group, Torrent, TVS Group, US Technology, Wipro, XANSA, Yes Bank."
You can learn more about TRP School of Management's Management programmes by visiting the undermentioned website.
Answered By: Modest - 5/31/2008