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    Can a B.Com student do MBA in Airlines and Air Management?

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    im manojkumar. im studying b.com degree. i want to know abt mba in airlines and air management.and wat is the eligibility for mba in airlines and air management .......



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    Re: Can a B.Com student do MBA in Airlines and Air Management?



    Hello friend,

    YES YOU CAN

    As you meet the basic eligibility criteria you are allowed to do MBA In Airline management or Aviation management from any of the top colleges in India.

    Please refer to Eligibility criteria section

    1.You should have completed Bachelors degree in any stream with a minimum of 50% aggregate from a recognized unoversity
    2.There is no age limit
    3.You will be given preference if you have past work experience

    Top colleges in India for MBA in Aviation management




    Syllabus for MBA aviation Management

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]1MBM10 - Marketing Management

    The essence of marketing - the customer first, last and always
    Marketing and strategy - using tested concepts and new ideas for marketing strategy
    The international challenge - planting your flag abroad and helping it take root
    Marketing research and information - the search for customer insight
    Profiling markets and forecasting sales - the art and science behind the numbers
    Understanding buyer behavior - customers on the couch
    Segmentation, targeting positioning - from mass marketing to one-to-one with the customer
    Product development - the business of innovation
    Product management - birth, death and sometimes resurrection
    The nature of pricing - making money and capturing the customer
    The distribution function - innovative guidelines for profitability
    Promotion - the many faces of marketing

    1MBM11 - Business Management

    Introduction - the critical importance of leadership, influence, teamwork and change
    Visionary leadership
    The challenge of a team
    Power, politics and influence - savvy and substance in organizations
    Negotiating strategically
    Brand you - building your pro-team career
    Designing effective organizations
    Managing human resources strategically - the challenge
    Building diversity management capability
    Managing change
    Future leaders must be global managers

    1MBM12 - Foundations of Financial Management

    Using financial statements
    Analyzing business earning
    Cost-volume-profit analysis
    Activity-based costing
    Information technology and you
    Forecasts and budgets
    Measuring productivity
    Choosing a business form
    The business plan
    Planning capital expenditure
    Taxed and business decisions
    Global management of risks
    Going public
    The board of directors
    Information technology and the firm
    Profitable growth by acquisition
    Business valuation

    1MBM13 - Business Administration

    Introduction
    Active listening
    Non-verbal communication
    Perception
    Self-concept and self-esteem
    Values
    Creating the vision and establishing goals
    Time management
    Handling stress
    Levels of communication
    Trust a key leadership ingredient
    Resolving conflict
    The nature of power and influence
    Responding with empathy
    Cross-cultural communications
    Gender issues
    Communicating online' Servant leadership

    1MBM14 - Quantitative Methods

    The basics of time value of money
    The dynamics of present value
    The significance of present value
    The fundamentals of cash flows
    The beauty of bonds
    The decision-making power of Internet rate of return and net present value
    Organizing data for better decision-making
    Describing variation
    Fundamentals of probability distributions
    Probability and normal distributions
    Hypothesis testing
    Regression testing
    Regression and estimation
    References

    1MBM15 - Economic Models and Policy

    The economic perspective
    Production and trade
    Demand and supply
    The power of prices
    The firm
    The price taker
    Market power
    Earnings and income distribution
    Public goods, regulation and information
    The environment and common property resources
    Public choice
    Output, employment and price level
    A framework for macroeconomic analysis
    Money and monetary policy
    Fiscal policy
    Economic growth
    Exchange rates and international trade[/FONT]

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]2 . Aviation Management Major

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    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=font-size:11px]1MBV20 -[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Airport Planning and Development[/FONT]
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]
    A global survey of new airports and expansion projects
    Green fields
    The politics of airport development
    Airport finance
    Airport planning
    Site selection and environmental planning
    The air side - airfield design and construction
    Terminal design
    Inter-modal transport connections
    Economic impacts of airport development
    Airlines and airports - a symbolic relationship [/FONT]

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]1MBV21 - Aviation Management

    [/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Introduction
    Aviation - an overview
    Air transportation - regulators and associations
    The general aviation industry
    The airline industry
    Economic characteristics on the airlines
    Airline management and organization
    Forecasting methods
    Airline passenger marketing
    Airline passenger demand and output determination
    Air cargo
    Principles of airline labor relations
    Airline financing
    International aviation
    References

    1MBV22 - Aviation Operations Management

    Introduction - the future of airport and airline and international differences
    Dynamic strategic planning
    Privatization and deregulation
    Multi-airport systems
    Environmental impacts
    Organization and financing
    User charges
    Airfield design
    Airfield capacity
    Airfield delay
    Demand management
    Air traffic management
    Configuration of passenger buildings
    Overall detail of passenger buildings
    Detailed design of passenger buildings
    Ground reference access and distribution
    Reference

    1MBV23 - Aviation Carrier Operations

    Definition of an air carrier
    Operations specifications - development and application
    Airline organization - required management positions
    Operating manuals
    Requirement for and development of air traffic regulations
    Based on the Federal Air Regulations, covering of the following - Crewmember requirements
    Air carrier flight and duty time limitations
    Airplanes used
    Operations
    Worthiness requirements
    Instrument and equipment requirement
    Dispatching and flight release rules
    Flight operations
    Record keeping requirements
    Maintenance
    Records and reports

    1MBV24 - Airline Route Planning Management

    What is route planning
    Route planning - a basic function
    An example of a worked route analysis
    Flight documentation - general
    General and limitations
    Airfield performance
    Flight planning
    Aerodrome operating minima
    Emergency procedures
    Route monitoring
    Route licensing
    Aircraft evaluation
    Route proving


    career options and opportunities after MBA aviation management

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    • Airport Terminal Operations
    • Airlines Operations Management
    • Strategic Management
    • Airlines operations management
    • Overview of international Civil Aviation
    • Aviation law & Insurance
    • Business Communication
    • Human Resource Management
    • Aviation & environmental issues
    • Aviation Marketing and Strategic management
    After MBA in Aviation Management, you stand good chances of landing on various positions in airline industry such as: Manager Operations, Manager Guest Relations, Manager Air Traffic Control, Manager Public Relations, Manager ticketing and so on.

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Can a B.Com student do MBA in Airlines and Air Management?

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    hello sir
    im manojkumar. im studying b.com degree. i want to know abt mba in airlines and air management.and wat is the eligibility for mba in airlines and air management .......
    Dear Manoj Kumar,
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