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M. Phil. (Management)



NSHM’s M. Phil. (Management) is the perfect opportunity for management professionals and aspiring academics alike. In a world where business and management practices are constantly evolving alongside complementary technologies and market landscape, the need for the understanding the inner workings of business is crucial. Our M.Phil. program takes a step towards fulfilling this need by training future researchers, academics, entrepreneurs and management professionals in the field of management studies.

The programme ensures that candidates:

  • Gain an in-depth knowledge into the literature and research of the management studies field.
  • Gain the ability to conduct their own research in their areas of interest and further develop the understanding of the discipline.
M.Phil. (Management)
Course Level PG
Duration 2 Years
Eligibility PG Degree or Diploma
Type Degree

Scope and Career Opportunities

There are various career opportunities for those having completed an M.Phil. In Management in both academics and in the corporate sector, some of which are:

  • Research Fellowships
  • Research Assistant ships
  • Teaching
  • Speaking or Orating
  • Channel Sales Management
  • Marketing and Market Research
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology


Semester 1

MPH-101 Research Methodology – I

MPH-102 Fundamentals of Management

MPH-103 Contemporary Issues in Management

Semester 2

MPH-201 Research Methodology – II

MPH-202 Marketing Management/ Financial Management/ Human Resource Management/ Data Analytics

MPH-203 Marketing Management/ Financial Management/ Human Resource Management/ Data Analytics

Semester 3

MPH 301 (6 credits) M.Phil Thesis (Progress Assessment)

MPH 302 (3 credits) Subject Viva Voce

Semester 4

MPH 401 (6 credits) M.Phil Thesis (Final Assessment)

MPH 402 (3 credits) Thesis Viva Voce

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M.Phil. candidates take up two of the following electives before pursuing their thesis:

  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Data Analytics


This is a flexible course with weekend classes that is intended to accommodate working professionals. Students will attend weekend classes only in Year 1 and then conduct research activities under their respective supervisors and Research Advisory Committees.

Infrastructure/ Knowledge Tools

  • State-of-the-art Laboratory and Infrastructure
  • Library with more than 10,000 books along with e-journals and e-magazines
  • Vastly experienced faculty members with more than 70 % awarded or enrolled Ph.D scholars
  • Huge Extra-curricular and Co-curricular engagement opportunities