This programme is designed for those who will ultimately seek positions as Office Managers and provides students with the knowledge necessary for the efficient administration of staff and resources. The programme is particularly suitable for experienced and mature office staffs who seek a recognised Office Management qualification for career advancement purposes. Diploma in Office Management trains manpower with the requisite knowledge and skills for handling general responsibilities of an office for effective management. A sound knowledge of office management will facilitate great help in administering staff and resources such as maintenance of data, files & records, payrolls administration, space management, office communication and office facility management etc. It also provides essential management knowledge required by those who will ultimately assume positions as office managers. After passing the course students will have a wide option for so many administrative positions in public and private sector organisations.
Highlights of the Course:
Duration of the Course – Minimum: 2 Semesters, 12 Months, Maximum: 4 years.
Conduct of Classes – Weekend for 4 hours (preferably on Sundays)
Total Counselling Sessions – 32, Study Hours – 960 Hours.
Evaluation – Based on Assignments and Term End Examinations (Semester wise from Academic Session 2017 - 18).
Course Coverage – Inclusion of Case Studies and discussions to understand and gain firsthand experience on various aspects/dimensions of office management.
Students/individuals who want to pursue careers in Office Management.
Interested persons or working employees from any field can join in this Course for enhancement of knowledge about office management as well as for career prospects.
Minimum Qualification +2 Pass
The Course shall be taught with Self-Learning Materials, E-learning Materials, OERs, Cases and Assignments.
An office management program often has a combination of operational and organizational skills, which they can use in offices across a number of industries. Two common positions for graduates are office manager and executive assistant.
Office managers are tasked with keeping all office operations running smoothly. They may supervise clerical staff, inventory and order office supplies, ensure that all equipment is operational and coordinate all office activity.
Executive secretaries provide many types of support to corporate executives and other high-ranking managers.
Other Career Options
There are quite a few careers that make use of the skills obtained from an office management degree program. A few alternative titles and similar positions can include:
- Administrative assistant
- Facilities manager
- Front desk coordinator
DOM-1: Management Principles and Applications
DOM-2: Office Management
DOM-3: Information Technology for Management
DOM-4: Communication and Soft Skills
DOM-5: Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour
DOM-6: Introduction to Accounting and Finance