COURSES OFFERED BY SET

List of various SET courses offered by the Symbiosis Institutes

 

Symbiosis Institute of Computer Research (SICSR), Pune● Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
● BBA in Informational Technology
Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication (SCMC), PuneB.A. in Mass Communication
Symbiosis School of Economics (SSE), PuneB.Sc Hons in Economics
Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts (SSLA), PuneB.A. in Liberal Arts
Symbiosis School of Culinary Arts● B.Sc in Culinary Arts
● B.Sc in Hospitality Management
Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies (SCMS), PuneBachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies (SCMS), NoidaBachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

 

BCA - Bachelor in Computer Application program

The Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA) program at Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) is focused on building a smart career in Information Technology professionals. The program is focused on the computer application which requires the skill set of creative, logical thinking of a given problem. 

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE 

  • The BCA program at SICSR makes sure to prepare its students to excel in the IT field, which measures up to international standards
  • Higher degrees like MCA and MBA are possible after successful completion of the BCA degree

 CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE

  • Semester 1 generic core courses
  1. Web technologies
  2. Computational thinking
  3. Business Communication
  4. Elements of Mathematics
  5. Introduction to Database Management System
  6. Introduction to Operating System
  7. Introduction to Python
  8. Integrated Disaster Management
  • Semester 2 generic core courses 
  1. Applications of spreadsheets in business 
  2. Advanced programming in Python 
  3. Data structures 
  4. Network essentials 
  5. Web Development using CMS 
  6. Flexi Credit course 
  7. Elements of system and software development 
  8. Structured query language 
  9. Core environmental studies 
  • Semester 3 generic core courses 
  1. Object oriented programming 
  2. Design and implementation of algorithms 
  3. Web development using Python 
  4. Generic elective courses 
  5.  Software engineering Practices
  6. Real time operating system 
  7. Network infrastructure essential 
  8. Introduction to cloud computing 
  9. Advanced web scripting 
  10. Data analytics 
  11. Mobile programming 
  • Semester 4 generic core courses 
  1. Service learning 
  2. Current trends and practices in it 
  3. Project 
  4. Introduction to Java enterprise framework 
  5. Flexi credit course 
  6. Internet of Things 
  7. Network security essentials 
  8. Server side web technology 
  9. Machine learning 
  10. IOS application development 
  11. Cloud application development 
  12. Network administration 
  13. Software project practices 
  14. Creative writing 
  15. Understanding cinema 
  16. Appreciating cinema 
  17. Music in media 
  18. Introduction to theatre 
  19. Foundations of ethics 
  20. Basic sociology 
  21. Basic psychology 
  • Semester 5 generic core courses 
  1. Information technology and regulatory compliance 
  2. Flexi credit course 
  3. Generic elective courses 
  4. Advanced Internet of Things 
  5. Game design 
  6. Data visualization 
  7. Cloud architectures and security 
  8. Software testing 
  9. Network monitoring and troubleshooting 
  • Semester 6 generic elective courses (choose only one group)
  1. Industry internship 
  2. Flexi credit course 
  3. Project 
  4. Best programming practices 
  5. Introduction to design patterns 
 

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

INTAKE60 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
Scheduled Castes – 15%
Scheduled Tribes – 7.5%
Differently Abled – 3%
Serving/Retired Defence Personnel and their Children – 5%
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants – 2 Seats
International Students – 15%
ELIGIBILITYStudent passing XII from any stream or equivalent
government approved diploma in Engineering/Technology
with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST candidates)

The final selection for the BCA Program at SICSR is based upon how good or bad the candidate performs in the SET examination followed by the GD and PI rounds and also the past academic records.


Who should aim at these programs and course benefits 

 BCA program at SICSR is one of the leading and best programs. SICSR has been ranked #3 among India’s top colleges ranking by India Today for two successive years in a row. BCA program at SICSR  is structured in a way that it supports students and paves the way for their learning

SICSR (BCA) students are reputed in the industry for their coding and technology skills plus subject matter expertise on the latest in technology. Thus a student with a keen interest in Computer   Application must opt for SICSR. Competition is immense.

Placements

The BCA programs at SICSR has 100% placement. The college has a separate placement team that is responsible for bringing various companies to the campus.

Big recruiters are Balaji Telefilms,  CNBC TV, Leo Burnett, MSL Group, NDTV, Network 18, Outlook Magazine, Teach For India, The Quint

For more information regarding the BCA Program at SICSR, visit – https://www.sicsr.ac.in/

 

BBA-IT Program

The BBA-IT program at Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) is oriented towards the foundation of graduate attributes such as Technology implementation, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics and human values for the development of global citizens.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE 

The BBA (IT) Program at SICSR is a perfect blend of Commerce, Management, and IT subjects heading for smart careers in Business Administration with IT flavor. The program focuses on imparting IT knowledge for IT business analysis. The BBA-IT program SICSR strikes balance between business management courses, basic IT skill courses, application software, and packages which will enable and enhance business transformations. This course will help students get these future roles :

  1. Business analyst for areas like application software’s requirement management, quality assurance, and process analysis
  2. Business administration for roles in finance, marketing operations, etc
  3. Preparing students for higher studies
  4. Entrepreneurship with a multidisciplinary approach

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

  • The BBA-IT Program at SICSR aims to build a strong foundation for IT, management, and commerce concepts
  • The BBA-IT Program at SICSR provides knowledge and build skills on tools and techniques for qualitative and quantitative analysis
  • The BBA-IT Program also helps us to build skills to develop IT applications for business processes by applying the software development life cycle
  • The BBA-IT Program develops the analysis and communication skills along with creative thinking to provide the techno-management solutions for the problems in business, social, and government sectors
  • The BBA-IT Program most importantly builds an entrepreneurial mindset
CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE
  • Semester 1 generic core courses 
  1. Business accounting 
  2. Computational thinking 
  3. Business modelling and business plan 
  4. Concept of economics 
  5. Business Communication 
  6. Introduction to Operating system 
  7. Introduction to Python 
  8. IT tools for Statistics – I
  9. Web Development using CMS 
  10. Integrated Disaster Management 
  • Semester 2 generic core courses 
  1. Introduction to costing 
  2. Organizational Behaviour 
  3. Web technologies 
  4. Advanced Programming in Python 
  5. Fundamentals of marketing 
  6. IT tools for Statistics – II
  7. Network Essentials 
  8. Flexi Credit course 
  9. Elements of System and Software development 
  10. Generic elective courses 
  11. French A1 paper – 1 
  12. German A1 paper – 1
  • Semester 3 generic core courses 
  1. Human resource management 
  2. Object oriented programming 
  3. Banking operations 
  4. Information Security Introduction to it business process 
  5. Flexi Credit Course 
  6. Core environmental studies 
  7. Generic elective courses 
  8. Client side web technologies 
  9. Optimization techniques in it 
  10. Software engineering practices 
  11. IT Audit 
  12. Financial Management 
  13. Retail Marketing 
  14. Services Marketing 
  • Semester 4 generic core courses 
  1. Service learning 
  2. Business policy and strategy 
  3. Current trends and practices in it 
  4. Project 
  5. Flexi Credit course 
  6. Business Research methodology 
  7. Introduction to enterprise resource planning 
  8. Generic elective courses 
  9. Basic Psychology 
  10. Creative writing 
  11. An overview of world literature 
  12. Understanding cinema 
  13. Appreciating cinema 
  14. Music in media 
  15. Introduction to theatre
  16. Foundations of ethics 
  17. Basic sociology
  18. Foundations of data warehousing and data mining 
  19. Server side web technology 
  20. Software testing 
  21. Digital marketing 
  22. Sustainable marketing 
  • Semester 5 generic core courses 
  1. E business technology 
  2. Effective communication skills 
  3. Fundamentals of data science 
  4. Design thinking and problem solving 
  5. Information technology and regulatory compliance 
  6. Generic elective courses 
  7. Software project practices 
  8. Essentials of business intelligence 
  9. Essentials of web security 
  10. Introduction to micro Services 
  11. Technical Support essentials 
  12. Advanced financial management 
  13. Marketing Communication 
  • Semester 6 generic core courses 
  1. Flexi credit course 
  2. Generic elective courses (choose any one group)
  3. project 
  4. web development using Python 
  5. introduction to Internet of Things 
  6. industry internship 
 

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

INTAKE

90 Students

RESERVATION

  1. Within the sanctioned intake:
    1. SC (In Percentage) – 15
    2. ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
    3. Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3
    4. Defense (In Percentage) – 5
  2. Over and above the sanctioned intake:
    1. Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
    2. International Students (In Percentage) – 15

ELIGIBILITY

Std. XII (10+2) pass or equivalent examination from any recognized Board with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% Marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes)

The final selection for the BBA-IT Program at SICSR is based upon how good or bad the candidate performs in the SET examination followed by the GD and PI rounds and also the past academic records.

Who should aim at these programs and course benefits 

BBA (IT) Program at Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) offers an opportunity for an early entry into the Management cadre, equipped with IT knowledge, to be trained appropriately by the companies for their requirements. 

Candidates having the will to know more about the Informational Technology are a perfect fit for the course. Competition is still very high.

Placements

All reputed companies come for campus recruitment, the college has 99% placement, the average salary is 5.5 lacs per annum the highest was 8.70 lacs per annum. Students can go for IT or management, the college also provides internship, the highest stipend is around 25000 per month and the lowest is around 5000 per month.  Thus the BBA(IT) Program at SICSR is in huge demand

For more information regarding the BBA (IT) Program at SICSR, visit – https://www.sicsr.ac.in/

 

Bachelor of Arts ( MASS COMMUNICATION )

This particular program incorporates lively theoretical lectures, hands-on practical sessions, tutorials, classroom presentations, and take-home assignments. 

The BA(MC) program at SCMC offers specialization courses in Data Journalism, Print/Broadcast Journalism, Digital Films and Television, Radio, Digital Advertising and Branding, Advertising Planning, Screenwriting, Copywriting, Public Relations & Corporate Communications.

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

 The following are the Programme Objectives for the three-year full-time BA Mass Communication(MC) program at Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication (SCMC). Students completing the program should be able to: 

  1. Theoretical & Historical Perspectives
  2. Effective Communication 
  3. Diversity and Sustainability
  4. Service & Development Orientation 
  5. Problem Solving, Critical Thinking & Research 
  6. Professionalism & Ethics
  7. Technology Application 
  8. Leadership, Management & Teamwork 
  9. Lifelong Learning 
  10. Cultural and Professional Values
 
CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE
  • Semester 1 generic core courses
  1. Political Science 
  2. Essentials of Marketing Management 
  3. Foundation of Photography 
  4. Current Affairs 
  5. Introduction to visual communication 
  6. History of Indian cinema 
  7. Glimpses of India 
  8. Introduction to Theatre 
  9. Basic sociology 
  • Semester 2 generic core courses
  1. Introduction to journalism 
  2. Core environmental studies 
  3. Language, culture and communication 
  4. Business and managerial communication 
  5. Design tools – I
  6. Introduction to public relations 
  7. Introduction to advertising 
  8. Introduction to audio and visual communication 
  9. Mass communication theories and practices 
  • Semester 3 generic core course 
  1. Integrated disaster management 

Generic elective course 

  1. Creative writing 
  2. Industry project 
  3. Design tools – II
  4. The Business of media 

Specialization – Media Communication

  1. News reporting and editing 
  2. Introduction to camera and lighting 
  3. Introduction to audio visual post production 
  4. An overview of world literature
  5. Basic Psychology 

Specialization – Communication Management 

  1. Branding 
  2. Retail Marketing 
  3. Introduction to Entrepreneurship 
  4. Event Management 
  5. Digital Marketing 
  6. Business statistics 
  • Semester 4 generic course 
  1. Management perspective in media and communication business 
  2. Global business environment 
  3. Industry project 
Generic elective 
  1. Fundamentals of Media Research methodology 
  2. Right to information law 
Specialization – Media Communication 
  1. Fundamentals of audio visual post production 
  2. Introduction to Audiography music 
  3. Television news productions 
  4. Introduction to film appreciation 
  5. Layout and design for print publications 
Specialization – Communication Management 
  1. Consumer Behaviour 
  2. Social media marketing 
  3. Overview of media industry and planning 
  4. Introduction to corporate communication practices fundamentals of advertising creative and copywriting 
  • Semester 5 generic courses 
  1. Project 
Specialization – Mass Communication 
  1. Digital Humanities 
Specialization – Mass Communication (Elective) 
  1. Fundamentals of development communication 
  2. Overview of non-fiction film making 
  3. Political communication and social movements 
Specialization Mass Communication AV
  1. Key film styles 
  2. Understanding cinema 
  3. Introduction to advertising film making 
  4. History of world cinema 
  5. Introduction to animation 
  6. Direction 
  7. Product design 
Specialization – mass communication JR
  1. International relations theory and contemporary world order 
  2. Health, environment, science and technological reporting 
  3. Specialized reporting 
  4. Regional and Rural journalism 
  5. Layout and design for print publications 
  6. Television news production 
  7. Fundamentals of business journalism 
  8. Photo journalism 
  • Semester 6 generic courses 
  1. Project 
  2. Introduction to sustainable development 
  3. Practical creation of a newspaper or film or marketing advertisements 
Specialization – Mass Communication (core)
  1. Introduction to television channel management and programming 
Specialization – Mass Communication (elective)
  1. The business of media 
  2. Gender and sexuality 
Specialization – Mass Communication AV
  1. Introduction to production management 
  2. Radio programming 
  3. Appreciating cinema 
  4. History of Indian cinema 
  5. Fundamentals of animation 

Specialization – mass communication JR

  1. Understanding public policy 
  2. Media laws, ethics and policies 
  3. Basics of data journalism 
  4. Contemporary India and the world 
  5. Criminal justice and human rights 
Specialization – Communication Management PR 
  1. Understanding public policy 
  2. Advanced PR writing skills 
  3. Public relations campaign planning 
  4. Digital storytelling 
 
ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

INTAKE

120 Students

RESERVATION

  1. Within the sanctioned intake:
    1. SC (In Percentage) – 15
    2. ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
    3. Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3
  2. Over and above the sanctioned intake:
    1. Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
    2. International Students (In Percentage) – 15

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants who have completed their 10+2 must have a minimum of 50% (45% for SC/ST) aggregate marks. Applicants expecting their 12th results may also apply.

The final selection for the BA(MC) Program at SCMC is based upon how good or bad the candidate performs in the SET examination followed by the GD and PI rounds and also the past academic records.

 
Who should aim at these programs and course benefits
It is for those students who have prior knowledge and interest in the Mass Communication course. One can improve their skills of reframing the real occurrence of an incident into a written one. Competition is moderate for this particular course
 
Placements
Student coordinators and Faculty supervisors manage the activities of the Placement Cell. The placement record for the BA(MC)has been very robust at around 80% over the years. On average, around half the students graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from SCMC enroll for higher studies at universities in India or abroad. The rest become freelancers or continue with their interests or even internships. The major recruiters are Aircel, Flipkart, The Hindu, Radio One, TIMES NOW, Radio Mirchi, Tata Power, Google
 
For more information regarding the BA(MC) program at SCMC, visit – https://scmc.edu.in
 

B.Sc (ECONOMIC HONOURS) at Symbiosis School of Economics

The B.Sc. (Economics) Honours Program at Symbiosis School of Economics(SSE) is a full-time, three-year graduation program. It aims at imparting a program structure that would retain the ‘traditional’ in the program yet would plug the loopholes and limitations of only a traditional approach.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

  • The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE course provides a view of how scarce resources are employed
  • The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE teaches on how to choose the better alternative.
  • The study of economics provides tools to make these choices in such areas as employment, economic growth, price stability, and trade
  • The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE also structures the learning of their students in such a way that it paves the way for higher education and also for workplaces

CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE

  • Semester 1 generic core courses 
  1. Core environmental studies 
  2. Foundation of mathematics 
  3. Statistics for economics – I 
  4. Macroeconomics – I
  5. Microeconomics – I
  6. Indian economy – I
  • Semester 2 generic core courses 
  1. Statistics for economics – II
  2. Indian economy – II
  3. Mathematical Economics – I
  4. Macroeconomics – II
  5. Microeconomics – II
  6. Generic elective courses 
  7. Business Accounting 
  8. Financial Analysis 
  • Semester 3 generic core courses 
  1. Law and economic theory 
  2. Theory and application of public finance 
  3. Introductory econometrics 
  4. Development economics 
  5. Internship with NGO 
  6. Generic elective courses 
  7. Mathematical economics II
  8. Theory of political economy in India 
  9. Money, banking and finance 
  10. Public administration and policy 
  1. Semester 4 generic core courses 
  2. International economics 
  3. Research methodology 
  4. Primary research 
  5. Secondary research 
  6. Liberal arts 
  7. Integrated disaster management 
  8. Fitness for life 
  9. Generic elective courses 
  10. Introductory French 
  11. Introductory Spanish 
  12. Introductory German 
  13. Indian banking and financial system 
  14. International financial management 
  • Semester 5 general courses 
  1. Economic journalism 
  2. IT application in economics 
  3. Macroeconomics – III
  4. Microeconomics – III
  5. Internship with Business unit 
  6. Generic elective courses 
  7. Financial management 
  8. Introduction to corporate finance 
  9. Agricultural economics of India 
  • Semester 6 generic core courses 
  1. Portfolio management 
  2. Economic Thought 
  3. Environmental Economics 
  4. International Relations 
  5. Generic elective courses
  6. Operations research 
  7. Introduction to behavioural finance 
  8. Industrial organization 
  9. Taxation 
  10. International Financial management

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

INTAKE130 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
SC (In Percentage) – 15
ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
International Students (In Percentage) – 15
ELIGIBILITYXII pass from any branch with minimum 50%
marks for the general category and 45% for
students of SC and ST category.

The final selection for the The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE is based upon how good or bad the candidate performs in the SET examination followed by the GD and PI rounds and also the past academic records.

Who should aim at these programs and course benefits

 

The final selection for the The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE is based upon how good or bad the candidate performs in the SET examination followed by the GD and PI rounds and also the past academic records.
 
The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE benefits their students with many entry-level jobs in banking and finance, it also provides an upper hand in corporations like consulting firms and government departments. Competition is moderate for this course
 
PLACEMENTS
The Placement Cell for The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE is guided by a set of rules and principles strives to maintain a warm relation with firms. Preparing the recruitment schedule for the year, inviting firms for pre-placement talks on campus followed by final placements, and overseeing the process to its end are responsibilities that the Placement Cell endeavors to carry out successfully.
Final Placement at SSE is considered to be an important dimension of educational attainment and therefore is accorded high priority. The Director and a team of highly-qualified senior faculty oversee the implementation of the placement-related work agenda.
The key recruiters are Trevista, ZOCDOC, KINGFISH, IRMA, Bharat Forge, HDFC Bank  IBM, ICICI Prudential, IIFT, Jindal Steel, NABARD Financial Services Limited, Panasonic, Reserve Bank of India 
 
For more information regarding The B.Sc (Economics) Program at SSE, visit – https://www.sse.ac.in/bsc-economics
 

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Liberal Arts at Symbiosis School of Liberal Arts

The Liberal arts program at Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts(SSLA) is holistic. The focus is on critical thinking, research, analysis, and writing along with civic-mindedness. The Liberal arts program at SSLA aspires to augment and develop individuals who are critically conscious and able to find a healthy balance between professional and personal growth.

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

  • The Liberal arts program at SSLA combines core disciplinary training along with contemporary scholarship through research and analysis 
  • The Liberal arts program at SSLA applies ethical principles to professional and academic life 
  • The Liberal arts program at SSLA uses domain knowledge and research skills to contribute towards a sustainable environment 
  • The Liberal arts program at SSLA develops a strong academic foundation in the interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and trans disciplinary understanding of the world 
  • The Liberal arts program at SSLA  also identifies problems and contribute to effective problem solving using domain expertise 

 CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE

The Liberal arts program at SSLA requires a student to complete: 20 Cores + 6 Electives + 1 Minor specialization + 1 Major specialization subject + Additional Minor.
 Some of these skill-oriented courses include Creative Writing, Computer Fundamentals, Quantitative Reasoning with Mathematics, Statistics & Finance, Legal Awareness among others
The Majors and Minors offered at SSLA are:
Major Specialization: Computer Studies, Mathematics, English, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Anthropology, Media Studies, Business Studies, International Relations, and Political Science & Public Policy.
Minor Specialization: Women & Gender Studies, History, Film Studies, Performing Arts, and Law.
 

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

 

INTAKE120 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
SC (In Percentage) – 15
ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
International Students (In Percentage) – 15
ELIGIBILITYStudents should have passed with
at least 50% (Open Category) and
45% (SC, ST) in the 12th Standard

The final selection for the  Liberal arts program at SSLA is based on the score in SET followed by a performance in PI-WAT and evaluation of the past academic record

 
Who should aim at these programs and course benefits
The Liberal arts program at SSLA is ideal for improving critical thinking skills, for gaining interpersonal skills, and to communicate effectively. A person who seeks for a Well-Rounded Education must opt for this course.
Competition is not much high
 
PLACEMENTS
 
The Cell consists of the Director and two permanent faculties, along with three student body representatives. The students get opportunities to work in various sectors of the industry through both internships and placements.
Some of the recruiters of past years included Deloitte, Hindustan Times, Red Ice Productions, Uber, etc.
 
For more information regarding the  Liberal arts program at SSLA, visit – https://www.ssla.edu.in/
 

B.Sc Culinary Arts

B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at Symbiosis School of Culinary Arts(SSCA) prepares students for the wide and ever-growing culinary profession. The program is highly interactive and practical oriented. 

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE 

  • B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at SSCA  excels and assumes the leadership position among the best culinary schools in the world 
  • B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at SSCA  teaches and trains students with the best of culinary knowledge and specific practical skills and to qualify them for positions of influence and leadership across the culinary profession worldwide

     

CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE

  • Semester 1 generic core courses
  1. Culinary foundations theory 
  2. Culinary foundations practical 
  3. Basic bakery and pastry art theory 
  4. Basic bakery and pastry art practical 
  5. Fundamentals of food Sciences 
  6. French 
  7. Environmental studies 
  • Semester 2 generic core courses
  1. Sociology and Anthropology of gastronomy 
  2. Applied nutrition 
  3. Indian cuisine and culture 1 (theory) 
  4. Regional Indian cuisine practical 1
  5. Food and beverage service operations 1 (theory) 
  6. Food and beverage service operations 1 practical 
  7. Communication skills 
  8. Food and catering law 
  9. Culinary maths 
  10. European cuisine and culture (theory) 
  11. European cuisine practical
  12. Indian cuisine and culture 
  13. Regional Indian cuisine 
  14. Food and Beverage service operations theory 
  15. Food and Beverage service operations practical 
  16. Computer fundamentals and web applications in hospitality 
  17. Food and Wine pairing 
  18. Summer internship 
  19. Integrated disaster management 
  • Semester 3 generic core courses
  1. Internship 
  • Semester 4 generic core courses
  1. Advance bakery and pastry art theory 
  2. Advance bakery and pastry art practical 
  3. Global and contemporary cuisine theory 
  4. Global and contemporary cuisine practical 
  5. Entrepreneurship in the food industry 
  6. Contemporary restaurant and kitchen design 
  7. Introduction to business communication 
  8. International food safety standards certification 
  • Semester 5 generic core courses
  1. Asian cuisine and culture theory 
  2. Asian cuisine and culture practical 
  3. Human resources management 
  4. Services marketing 
  5. Research methodology 
  6.  Journalism elective 
  7. Food photography elective 
  8. Art of garde and manger and food styling elective 
  9. Show- piece making elective 
  10. Confectionery techniques elective 
 
ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION
INTAKE60 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
SC (In Percentage) – 15
ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
International Students (In Percentage) – 15
ELIGIBILITYStudents should have passed with at
least 50% (Open Category) and 45%
(SC, ST) in the 12th Standard
The final selection for the B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at SSCA  is based on the score in SET followed by a performance in PI-WAT and evaluation of past academic record
Who should aim at these programs and its benefits
The B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at SSCA is open for those who have special interests in Culinary arts. Competition is quite moderate for this course
 
PLACEMENTS
SSCA provides suitable support to all students for appropriate training and placement opportunities. The objective of the training and placement cell is to provide opportunities to all the students to gain entry into the job as well as the business environment and effectively put into practice all that they have learned at Institute. 
Placement is an outcome of competency and the SSCA grooms’ students to reach the desired level of competence. Hence, each student is eventually responsible for his/her placement by drawing upon the learning and other opportunities made available at the school. Placement Cell is there to provide training and placement opportunities for various job categories to SSCA students.
The placement conversion is nearly 85%
For more information regarding the B.Sc Culinary Arts Program at SSCA , visit – https://www.ssca.edu.in/
 

B.Sc Hospitality Management

 

The 3-years Bachelors’ of Science (Hospitality Management) Program at SSCA offers a management development program that provides a broad-based hospitality background which is recommended by hospitality professionals. The curriculum ideally offers students an opportunity to learn hospitality operations and is ground to develop future leaders in the Hospitality & Service industry.

OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE

  • The B.Sc in Hospitality Management Program at SSCA aims to develop the required skills in Food & Beverage Production
  • The program develops the required skills in Food & Beverage Service
  • The program develops the required skills in House Keeping & Front Office operations
  • The program  develops the required skills in Sales and Marketing, General Management, Entrepreneurship, and Revenue Management
  • Also to develop the required skills in communication for a better career in the Hospitality Industry
  • To provide the basic knowledge of hygiene, food safety and nutrition which is in line with international standards
  • To enable the students to manage industries like hospitality, tourism, etc.

COURSE CURRICULUM

  • Semester 1 generic core courses 
  1. Hospitality today an introduction 
  2. Front office operations 
  3. Housekeeping operations 
  4. Hospitality sales and marketing 
  5. Front office operations practical 
  6. Housekeeping operations practical 
  7. Hospitality French 
  8. Sustainability and environmental studies 
  9. Communication skills 
  • Semester 2 generic core courses
  1. Indian and European culinary foundation theory 
  2. Indian and European culinary foundation practical 
  3. Food and beverage service operations 
  4. Food and beverage service operations practical 
  5. Applied nutrition 
  6. Hospitality computing 
  7. Basic hotel and restaurant accounting 
  • Semester 3 generic core courses
  1. Industry internship 
  • Semester 4 generic core courses 
  1. Basic bakery and pastry art theory 
  2. Basic bakery and pastry art practical 
  3. Global cuisine theory 
  4. Global cuisine practical 
  5. Security and loss prevention 
  6. Introduction to business communication 
  7. Food and beverage service management practical 
  8. Supervision In the hospitality industry 
  9. Integrated disaster management 

Semester 5 generic core courses

  1. Summer internship 6 weeks 
  2. Rooms division management theory 
  3. Rooms division management practical 
  4. Planning and control for food and beverage operations 
  5. Revenue management 
  6. Hospitality facilities management and design 
  7. Entrepreneurship in the service industry 
  8. Hospitality law 

Semester 6 generic core courses

  1. Leadership and management in hospitality industry 
  2. Statistics and research methodology 
  3. Event management elective 
  4. Convention service and management elective 
  5. Total quality management elective 
  6. Managerial economics elective 
  7. Advanced bakery and pastry practical elective 

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

 

INTAKE60 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
SC (In Percentage) – 15
ST (In Percentage) – 7.5
Differently-abled (In Percentage) – 3%
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants (In Seats) – 2
International Students (In Percentage) – 15%
ELIGIBILITYStandard XII (10+2) passed with a
minimum of 50% marks or equivalent
grade (45% marks or equivalent grade
for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes)
The final selection for the B.Sc in Hospitality Management Program at SSCA  is based on the score in SET followed by a performance in PI-WAT and evaluation of the past academic record
Who should aim at these programs and course benefits 
Benefits constitute an energetic working environment, competitive rates, flexibility and mobility, and career progression. Competition is less.
 
PLACEMENTS
With 6.5 Lakhs being the median salary, the recruiting companies are JW Marriott, Oberoi, Oberoi Hotel, Radisson, and Trident
For more information regarding the B.Sc in Hospitality Management Program at SSCA, visit – https://www.ssca.edu.in/
 

BBA at Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies ( Pune & Noida )

OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

  • The BBA Program at SCMS challenges the mind through sound academics
  • The program Fosters a spirit of scientific inquiry
  • It cultivates a sensitive outlook towards the socially disadvantaged groups
  • The BBA Program at SCMS  also advocates an inclusive culture that respects and embraces diversity and encourages International understanding
  • Translates into managerial, leading, and influential roles in their organizations and communities
  • The BBA Program at SCMS helps their students to pursue higher education and research to utilize and generate knowledge
  • Contribute to eradicate economic and environmental problems through relevant business and entrepreneurial ventures
  • Enables them to become responsible global citizens

ELIGIBILITY & SELECTION

INTAKE240 Students
RESERVATIONWithin the sanctioned intake:
Scheduled Castes – 15%
Scheduled Tribes – 7.5%
Differently-Abled – 3%
Serving/Retired Defence Personnel and their Children – 5%
Over and above the sanctioned intake:
Kashmiri Migrants – 2 Seats
International Students – 15%
ELIGIBILITYPassed XII or equivalent course in any discipline
from any recognized Board / Council / University with
minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and
45% marks for students of SC and ST category.

The final selection for the BBA Program at SCMS is based on the score in SET followed by a performance in PI-WAT and evaluation of past academic record. (50% SET and 50% PIWAT)

 
Who should aim at these programs and course benefits 
This BBA program at SCMS is ideal for candidates of the Commerce stream to create a career in their field of study. The candidate on completion of the course can go for higher studies and can even opt for MPhil or Ph.D. One can also directly join banks or financial bodies. 
Competition is very high and it is extremely difficult to get enrolled for this course
 
PLACEMENTS [ BBA at Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies ( Pune ) ]
The placement percentage is 96.36% which is excellent. The highest package last year was INR 8.2 LPA and the average package was INR 5.15 LPA.
The key recruiters are KPMG, CK, ZOMATO, CHEGG, GOMO GROUP, ZOCDOC, RADMA, PWC, ICICI, AMAZON, WIPRO, MY GATE
 For the curriculum of the course and more information regarding the BBA program at SCMS (Pune), visit – https://www.scmspune.ac.in/
 
 PLACEMENTS [ BBA at Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies ( Noida ) ]
The placement percentage is 100%.The highest package last year was INR 12 LPA and the average package was INR 6.21 LPA.
The key recruiters are Extramarks, E&Y, KPMG, and many more.
For the curriculum of the course and more information regarding the BBA program at SCMS (Noida), visit – https://www.scmsnoida.ac.in/
 

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