One of the key interventions is the ‘Career Track’- which is a domain concentration that spans an entire term and is an integral part of the ‘Majors’ selected by the student.
Students select a Career Track aligned to their professional goals and then do a deep dive immersion to acquire the required competencies and critical skills for being industry ready. They are mentored and guided by the domain specialist faculty, drawn from both industry and academia.
The Career Track immersion comprises specialized course work, application exercises, certifications and a ‘Request for Problem (RFP)’ industry project. All of these are aligned to the roles and competencies required for the specific domain.
The following Career Tracks are offered to students to enable in-depth learning:
1. Career Track in MARTECH
2. Career Track in SALES & SERVICES
3. Career Track in FINTECH
4. Career Track in CAPITAL MARKETS
5. Career Track in BANKING
6. Career Track in BUSINESS ANALYTICS
7. Career Track in HR- DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
This document has been created to help students align their learning with the roles of their choice, the faculty to enable students to acquire the relevant competencies and the recruiters to focus on the appropriate student cohort for the selection process.
Marketing technology, or MarTech, is the term used to describe the software and tools that marketers use to plan campaigns, execute them, and measure their success. Marketing technology tools make it possible for a company to streamline and automate marketing processes, collect and analyse data, and engage with its target audience in multiple ways. Through the continuous analysis that can help informed decision-making, MarTech has made marketing a far more cost-effective function.Know More
Sales and services, as a vital pivot of the economy has been making preponderant contribution to national GDPs world-wide. Accordingly, this segment is expected to have a continued need of specialized talent who are geared up to serve different sectors, consistent with complexity introduced by emergence of new tech dependent sectors such as quick service ecommerce, a large & diverse customer base, & higher customer expectations, and newer channels of sales and service that go beyond the physical environment.Know More
Financial Technology (FinTech) has its origins in the 2008 Global Financial Crises where the Financial Markets collapsed, traditional banks and financial institutions came under heavy regulation and many white collar finance jobs were lost. The same talent created startups using disruptive technologies that made Banking far more economical to the masses – basically the digitalization of all processes like Commercial (SMB) Lending, P2P Lending, Raising Capital (Investment Funds, Robo advisory firms, even ICOs), Crowdfunding, Payments, Insurtech and RegTech to redefine and remove the inefficiencies that have prevailed in the past. In China, the technology company driven entry into financial services is called TechFins and originate from BAT (Baidu, Ant Group and Tencent) and GAFA (Google, Apple, Facebook/Whatsapp and Amazon) in USA while the Indian FinTech market is microfinance led using Aadhaar Pay technology for authentication and UPI-based micro payments.
The presence of an active capital market is a huge boost to economic growth. Significant growth is witnessed in the Indian capital in terms of value and volume of transactions. Traditional roles in Capital Market focused on analysis which involved studying financial statements, focusing on industry trends, economic data, and global trends to make decisions. There is a shift in investment firms to depend on data-driven decisions, trying to combine fundamental investing with quantitative models popularly referred to as Algo and Quant trading. Algo trading is the process of using a computer program to follow a set of instructions for place a trade to generate profits at a high frequency which is beyond the capacity of a human trader. The strategies developed are based on a set of pre-defined rules and are based on timing, price or quantity, or a model. Algo trading makes markets more liquid and makes trading more systematic by ruling out emotional human biases.
Jagdish Sheth School of Management (formerly IFIM Business School) and Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF) signed MoU on the 27th Nov 2019. IIBF is the leading banking training institution and is the largest global body of its kind with 770+ institutional members Banks/FIs and 7.7+ lac individual members.
The 10-credit Super-Specialization in Banking is run jointly by both institutions and is aimed at honing skills of participants who are interested in a career in Banking industry. The participants will get to develop clarity on banking concepts and hands-on application of such knowledge while solving real-life problems from banks.
For the past two decades, drastic global changes have been experienced in every society due to rapid and disruptive advancements in the field of IT and related areas. Growth of computer power, abundance of smart phones, cloud technology and artificial intelligence enabled successful digital transformation in all corners of business and technology. As a result, required skill bases for new normal activities have shifted dramatically, generating hunger for new skills in the business and industries.Know More
The need for crafting a career track in HR was felt primarily on the basis of an appreciation of the fast paced disruption in the way the combined entity of work and workforce is getting redefined across industry segments in recent times. A significant part of this disruption is driven by technology in as much as HR Tech is treated by many experts as a distinct domain.Know More
JAGSoM’s mission is to nurture holistic, socially responsible and continuously employable professionals. In the line with the mission, the curriculum and pedagogy have been designed to groom ‘T-Shaped Professionals’ who are ready for new age roles in Industry 4.0.
The T-Shaped curriculum helps students acquire both width and depth of learning. It has been developed after extensive research with CXOs across sectors into the learning needs of Industry 4.0, in partnership with National Human Resource Development Network (NHRDN).
Jagdish Sheth School of Management or JAGSOM, (formerly known as IFIM Business School), is now truly global, forward-looking and an industry-academia think-tank. With the renaming, the business school has added a crown jewel to its rich legacy and built a roadmap towards global management learning. Named after Padma Bhushan awardee, Charles H Kellstadt Professor of Business, Goizueta Business School and global thinker, Professor Jagdish Sheth. Under Dr. Sheth’s Chairmanship the business school is ready for its next big leap. A leap that’s global, industry-defining and market-oriented. We invite you to be a part of this.