The Master of Business Administration
(MBA) program of the University prepares
the students with the knowledge, skills
and strategic perspectives essential to
business leadership and a managerial
career in the world. The MBA Program
is designed to provide both a portfolio
of strong functional skills and the ability
to apply, adapt and integrate those skills
in different management settings.
Award of Degree:
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the “Master of Business Administration” Degree by the University.
Pass in graduation (any discipline) with minimum 45% aggregate marks. Final year students awaiting results may also apply.
The MBA Program is organized into 4 semesters in two years. There are 30 courses including soft skills. Students are additionally required to complete a Summer Internship Project and two Management Theses.
|MBA Program Structure|
|Summer Internship Program|
Electives: Micro Finance I Social Entrepreneurship I Small Business Marketing I Financing of Small Business I Enterprise Management I Marketing: l Integrated Marketing Communication l Services Marketing l International Marketing l Sales & Distribution Management l Marketing Research l B2B Marketing l Consumer Behavior l Retail Management l Strategic Marketing Management l Customer Relationship Management l Brand Management; Banking: l Money & Banking l Credit Management l Central Banking l Commercial Banking l Overview of Banking l Banking Services Operations l Rural Banking & Microfinance l Corporate Banking l Small and Medium Enterprises Banking; Insurance: l Life Insurance l General Insurance l Risk and Insurance l Claims Management l Underwriting Management; Finance: l Strategic Financial Management l Security Analysis l Project Management l Management of Financial Institutions l Financial Risk Management; HRM: l Performance Management & Reward Systems l Training & Development l Leadership Skills & Change Management l Strategic HRM l Employment Laws l Managing Knowledge Workers l Corporate Communications l Human Resource Planning; IT & Systems: l e-Business l Software Engineering & Quality Management l System Analysis & Design l Java Application Development l IT Enabled Services l Relational Database Management Systems l Data Warehousing l Data Mining; Accounting: l Advanced Management Accounting l Advanced Financial Accounting; Investments: l Security Analysis l Portfolio Management and Mutual Funds l Personal Financial Planning l Wealth Management l Investment Banking and Financial ServicesThe program structure is subject to change (if required).