Mastering Management Practice
The Mastering Management Practice track stands as the cornerstone of the curriculum at the Vedica Scholars Programme for Women, establishing itself as one of the top MBA alternatives available.
At Vedica, we are at the forefront of reshaping the narrative surrounding working women in India. Our mission is to empower women to embark on sustained and distinguished careers, achieve financial independence, shatter the glass ceiling, and conquer the corporate landscape. We inspire young, ambitious women across India to rewrite the story of women in the workforce. In today's business landscape, effective management practices are indispensable, transcending sectors and functions. Our program instills in our scholars a profound understanding of contemporary business dynamics, keeps them abreast of cutting-edge technologies, and fosters the ambition to become enterprising leaders.
Amid the prevailing gender disparity in the workforce, Vedica firmly believes in the necessity for superior management programs tailored for women. We are committed to transforming education to address the underrepresentation of women in the professional sphere. Our deliberate choice to offer this program as a postgraduate option has proven most effective in guiding each of our scholars towards successful corporate careers as women.
The Management Practice track, as an academically rigorous program, demands dedication and unwavering commitment from each scholar in their pursuit of mastery. It places a strong emphasis on case studies, group presentations, research papers, and essays. Vedica also facilitates regular interactions with industry experts, enabling our scholars to deeply engage with and enrich their industry knowledge while gaining valuable insights into diverse management career paths.
Unlike conventional MBA programs, Vedica empowerS each scholar studying management to chart their unique career path across various sectors - be it corporate, social, development, or the creative field. Given the distinctive nature of our curriculum, Vedica proudly occupies the position of India's premier management and liberal arts program for women.
Why opt for Vedica Scholars?
A unique aspect of Vedica's Management track is that each course is kept cutting-edge, contemporary, and as relevant as possible. We are constantly refining paradigms to teach the newest industry trends by introducing scholars to best alternatives to MBA degrees. Furthermore, to allow for an increased level of engagement, Vedica facilitates office hours and focussed peer learning in the batch to accelerate the process of learning through different aspects. Vedica offers a management programme for scholars with a great array of learning styles. With the continuous guidance of our distinguished mentors and faculty, Vedica continues to facilitate learning for scholars with a great array of learning styles
Additionally, we at Vedica believe in the power of practical knowledge, and so we also help our scholars to practice what they learn on a bigger and realistic scale by providing them with internships that happen simultaneously with the academic programme.
Courses in the Management Track
Logical and Mathematical Thinking
Human Resource Management
Project Manager Series
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Business Research Methodology
Effectiveness of Strategy
Applications of Business Economics
Technology for Management
Special Courses in the Management Track
- Case Workshops: Distinctive workshops for a deeper practical knowledge and understanding of the management training mba programme
- Contemporary Business Affairs: Continual engagement and evaluation of the latest business affairs around the world.
- Project Manager Series: Simulation-based course to practice the learnings from different courses.
Management Career prospects of a Vedica Scholar
Along with a wide perspective of management alternatives and all-around development, Vedica ignites a keen interest amongst the scholars to create a career in the same field. Some of the major career prospects that you may take up after the completion of the Vedica scholars programme are listed below:-