The 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.
Duration : Two (2) Years
The Number of seats: 25
Below 60 years
Program Structure The MBA Program is organized into 4 semesters in two years. There are 30 courses including soft skills. Students are additionally required to undergo an internship and submit two management theses.
The students are encouraged to choose elective courses in Marketing, Finance, and Human Resource Management. Students will have the flexibility in choosing more than one course from these elective streams. Elective courses will be offered subject to a minimum number of students enrolling for a particular elective course.
Award of Degree
Successful students will receive the MBA Degree from the University, subject to fulfilling all the academic requirements.
Note: Subject to approval by the Academic Council students will be considered for the award of lateral certificates/Diplomas on completion of a stipulated period of the program which shall be notified later.
|MBA Course Structure|
|Year I||Semester - I||Semester - II|
|SIP (Summer Internship Program)|
|Year II||Semester - III||Semester - IV|
Human Resource Management: Retail Management; B2B Marketing; Strategic Marketing Management; Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Marketing: Leadership Skills and Change Management; Performance Management & Reward System; Training & Development; Strategic Human Resource Management.
Finance: Strategic Financial Management; Portfolio Management & Mutual Funds; Wealth Management; Personal Financial Planning.
* Student needs to opt for a paper from other streams of Postgraduate Studies (MA)
Open Courses under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)* Semester III (Principles of Management; Marketing Management) Semester IV (Human Resource Management; Career Management)