Degree

MBA

Programme Details

Management education in recent years has moved beyond classrooms in line with industry and macroeconomic requirements. Management aspirants are also venturing to explore opportunities in upcoming streams beyond the essential fundamental ones. . Crux of the Management is effective utilization of Resources aiming at achievement of the set goal. In recent years, there is a great demand for industry specific skill sets. This has led to emergence of Management Programmes which are in line with dynamic industry demands which promise a good future for students to pursue their dream and ambitions. This MBA programme is specifically designed for all Management aspirant looking for employment as well as budding Entrepreneurs. This two year full time MBA programme by MIT WPU is based on a unique Programme structure, Unique WPU method of Learning, Projects, Experiential Learning, Hands on Training, Internships and study tour etc.. Programme offers specializations in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Operations, Information Technology, Entrepreneurship Development and International Business. Opportunities through campus placements as well as various Entrepreneurship Development programmes shall be the significant outcomes of this MIT WPU MBA programme

Why to Choose MBA?

“Today you have to run faster to stay in the same place”  —-Phillip Kotler
This quote by Phillip Kotler; one of the most influential management thinkers in the history aptly exemplifies the dynamism and complexity in every sphere of human life including the Business Environment. With significant increase in international trade and revolution in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) the world has become a Global Village in true sense. On this background effective utilization of Resources (Human, Financial, Natural etc.) which is nothing but Management has got paramount significance! Management techniques are also undergoing a change at a very fast speed. India herself is now among the consistent and fast growing top economies of the world. Almost all the foreign MNCs are present in India and many Indian MNCs have significant businesses presence across globe. Besides the encouraging employment scenario, this growth story has created enumerable opportunities for Entrepreneurial Ventures. Hence there is a need for effective Managers, Leaders and Entrepreneurs like never before. A right career move now to take up a career in Management shall become a sure gate pass to progress and prosperity in years to come Thus MBA at the MIT WPU therefore aims to provide specialist training for Managers/Leaders/Entrepreneurs who are seeking a professional career in the industry. It is open to graduates in any discipline with no prior work experience and who are looking for a rewarding employment / entrepreneurial opportunities in Management stream. As an outcome of this Programme , students will gain professional expertise essential to achieve meaningful employment/entrepreneurial opportunities in an industry they are passionate about and which will certainly help them in their career prospects. MIT World Peace University breaths its core ethos of ‘World Peace’ through value added education. Besides attaining Economic development, Management is now effectively being perceived as a tool to achieve prosperity and peace objectives at large. Management function has a power to effectively develop and manage various Financial, Human and Natural Resources thus bringing about business prosperity as well reducing the social and economic gap in the society. Management education helps to build personal skills such as handling conflict, problem solving, and improving communication hence ‘Management’ can be used as an intervention strategy to improve quality of people’s lives. With the above background, the MIT WPU MBA becomes a necessity to develop personal skills as well as to aid in achieving broader objective of World Peace.

Programme Objectives

  1. To explore current trends and key concepts in management.
  2. To enable students to further develop analytical and decision-making skills and to encourage reflective practice.
  3. To inculcate essential business & management skills that will prepare learners for career across various corporate houses spread across diverse industry.
  4. To provide a truly engaging and enriching experience to learners.
  5. To aim for holistic development of the students by inculcating business ethics and values with a broader objective of prorogating the cause of world peace.
  6. To introduce students to a range of concepts and theories that will enable them to critically analyze Business organizations contexts and functions both nationally and internationally.
  7. To enable students to recognize, plan and develop appropriate management skills necessary to build a strong network in the industry.
  8. To help gain meaningful employment and develop Entrepreneurial Ventures.
  9. To equip the students with requisite knowledge, skills & right attitude necessary to provide effective leadership in a global environment.
  10. To develop competent management professionals with strong ethical values, capable of assuming a pivotal role in various sectors of the Indian Economy & Society, aligned with the national priorities.
  11. To develop proactive thinking so as to perform effectively in the dynamic socio-economic and business ecosystem.

Salient Features

  • A broad based MBA programme with wider choice of specialization and deeper course basket
  • Unique WPU method comprising:
    • Global Leadership Programme
    • National Study Tour-10 Days
    • World Peace Courses
    • Rural Immersion Programme-1 Week
  • Competency Mapping of every student for better career planning and progression
  • Courses taught by Management experts as well as outside industry guest lecturers
  • A dedicated last semester for Industry Internship besides Summer Internship Project and Live projects
  • A well-recognized Advisory Board of National and International Experts
  • Mentoring Programme and Unique Progress Assessment tool of ‘Learning Diary’
  • Impeccable career opportunities through Placement support
  • Opportunity to be part of organizing team of 3 mega National Events of MIT Group (BCS,NTC&NWP )

In this Programme,You will learn….

The MBA programme covers a range of core management subjects such as Managerial Communication, Organizational Behaviour, Leadership Lab, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operations Management, Human Resource Management, Enterprise Performance Management, and Strategic Management etc. In this MBA programme you will learn specialisation specific subjects such as Marketing, Finance, Operations, Human Resource Management, International Business, Information Technology and Entrepreneurship. Students will also be given the opportunity to work on various Live Projects and Research Projects and business assignments.

How will this Programme be taught?

MIT-WPU provides a specialist management programme designed by experienced advisory board. The MBA programme provides the flexibility to allow students to get in depth knowledge of management. Programme also offers opportunities for work-based research and to undertake a company internship to gain invaluable work experience in the industry.

Pedagogy

The Pedagogy will include but not limited to current topics, case studies which have impacted the business practices, theory and practical teaching which will provide students hands on experience, industry specific visits to companies and organisations.

Duration of the Programme

2 years Full time

Pattern

  • First 2 semesters (Semester I&II) will be fundamental Management subjects and Semester III onwards students will be studying the courses from the chosen specialization.
  • Programme will have Trimester pattern with total 6 semesters spread over 2 years

Credit System

  • Each Semester will have full credit courses and half credit courses and specified value added certifications. Credit system will be choice based.
  • Full credit courses are mandatory while each semester students are free to select any 2 half credit courses from the comprehensive course basket offered.

Programme Structure

The MBA programme is a combination of:
  1. Core Courses (100 Marks each): Full Credit Courses
  2. Electives Courses (50 Marks each): Half Credit Courses
Total Programme Credits: 96(All courses + SIP+ Internship + WPU courses)

Specialization offered

Each student shall select any one specialization after semester II from the following
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resource
  • Operations
  • International Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Information Technology
Programme Structure Trimester I and II will be common for all the students. Trimester III onwards students will study the specialization courses for the opted specialization. For each Trimester full credit courses are mandatory & students have free choice of selecting any 2 half credit courses from the basket.
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester I (Common for all specializations)       Management  Accounting Full 3
Basics of Marketing Full 3
Organization Behavior Full 3
Economic Analysis for Business Decisions Full 3
Managerial Communication Half 2
Legal Aspects of Business Half 2
MS Excel & Advanced Excel Lab Half 2
Enterprise Analysis and Desk Research Half 2
Fundamentals of Management Half 2
Foreign Language I Half 2
World Peace Course- I 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester II (Common for all specialization)     Marketing Management Full 3
Financial Management Full 3
Human Resource Management Full 3
Operations Management Full 3
Leadership Lab Half 2
Geopolitics & the World Economic System Half 2
MS Project Lab Half 2
Industry Analysis and Desk Research Half 2
Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness Lab Half 2
Foreign Language II Half 2
Rural Immersion
World Peace Course II 1
  Total Credit   17
    Marketing Specialisation
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Consumer Behavior Full 3
Integrated Marketing Communications Full 3
Personal Selling Lab Half 2
Business to Business Marketing Half 2
High-Technology Products Marketing Half 2
Retail Marketing Half 2
Financial Services Marketing Half 2
Agricultural Marketing Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Marketing Research Full 3
Services Marketing Full 3
Marketing to Emerging Markets & Bottom of the Pyramid Half 2
International Marketing Half 2
Marketing For Rural Markets Half 2
Product Management Half 2
Digital Marketing Half 2
Business Law for Marketing Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   Marketing Strategy Full 3
Strategic Brand Management Full 3
Sales Management Full 3
Marketing Channels and Distribution Management Full 3
Marketing Intelligence Half 2
Customer Relationship Management Half 2
Negotiation Skills Lab Half 2
Emerging Trends in Marketing Half 2
Import-Export Documentation Half 2
Travel & Tourism Marketing Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
 
Total Credit   6
  Finance Specialization
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Direct Taxation – I Full 3
Strategic Financial Management Full 3
Management of Banking Operations – I Half 2
Insurance Management – I Half 2
Financial Markets Half 2
Management of Financial Institutions and Services Half 2
Strategic Cost Management Half 2
Human Resource Accounting Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Direct Taxation – II Full 3
Financial Services Full 3
Management of Banking Operations – II Half 2
Insurance Management – II Half 2
Financial Risk Management Half 2
Behavioral Finance Half 2
Business Analysis and Valuation Half 2
Financial Derivatives – I Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   Indirect Taxation Full 3
Corporate Finance Full 3
International Finance Full 3
Corporate and International Financial Reporting Full 3
Tally Half 2
Project Finance Half 2
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Half 2
Financial Modeling Using Excel Half 2
Financial Derivatives – II Half 2
Cases in Finance Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
 
Total Credit   6
  Human Resource Specialization
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Labour Laws I Full 3
Organizational Psychology Full 3
Organization Design & Development Half 2
Designing of  HR Policies Half 2
HR Research Half 2
Workplace Ethics Half 2
Talent Management Half 2
Personnel Administration & Compliance Management Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Performance Management System Full 3
Labour Laws II Full 3
Power, Politics & Leadership in organizations Half 2
Instruments in HRD & OD Half 2
Competency Mapping Half 2
Coaching & Mentoring Half 2
PR & Corporate Communication Half 2
Conflict & Negotiation Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare Full 3
Strategic HRM Full 3
Compensation Management Full 3
International HRM Full 3
Succession Planning & Employee Engagement Half 2
HRM in service Sector Half 2
HRIS Half 2
HR Consulting Half 2
Emerging trends in HR Half 2
Human Side of Mergers & Acquisitions Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
Total Credit   6
  Operations Management Specialization
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Inventory Management Full 3
Quality Management Full 3
Six Sigma Half 2
Toyota Production Systems Half 2
Productivity Management Half 2
Maintenance Management Half 2
Theory of Constraints Half 2
Technology Management Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Production Planning & Control Full 3
Logistics Management Full 3
Modeling Techniques for Operations Half 2
Quality Management Standards Half 2
Lean Manufacturing Half 2
Business Process Reengineering Half 2
World Class Manufacturing Half 2
Financial Perspectives in Operations Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester  V   Operations Strategy Full 3
 Supply Chain Management Full 3
Materials Management Full 3
Project Management Full 3
Challenges and Opportunities in Operations Management Half 2
Global Logistics Half 2
Supply Chain Analytics Half 2
Enterprise Resource Planning
Half 2
Green Logistics & Supply Chains Half 2
Designing Operations Systems Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
 
Total Credit   6
International Business Specialization
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Global Business Economics Full 3
Export Documentation and Procedures Full 3
Global Management Half 2
Global Marketing Half 2
Global Financial Management Half 2
International IT Management Half 2
International Logistics & Supply Chains Half 2
Designing Organizations for Uncertain Environment Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic Management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Global Business Environment Full 3
Indian Economy and Trade Dependencies Full 3
Global Relations & Management Half 2
Environment & International Competitiveness Half 2
Marketing to Emerging Markets & Bottom of the Pyramid Half 2
Cross-Cultural Marketing Half 2
Foreign Exchange Management Half 2
Enterprise Resource Planning Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   Global Marketing Research Full 3
Legal Dimensions of Global Business Full 3
International Strategic Management Full 3
e-Commerce Full 3
International HR Half 2
WTO and Intellectual Property Rights Half 2
International Competitiveness and Strategic Alliances Half 2
Global Diversity Management Half 2
Digital Marketing Half 2
International B2B Marketing Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
Total Credit   6
Entrepreneurship Development Specialization
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Full 3
Entrepreneurial Leadership Skills Full 3
Franchising Half 2
Business Strategies for Entrepreneurs Half 2
Entrepreneurship Opportunity Analysis Half 2
Entrepreneurs – Case studies Half 2
Project Management Half 2
Family Business Management Half 2
World Peace Course III 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic Management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
Developing Business Plan Full 3
Entrepreneurial Laws – Policy & Governance Full 3
Social Entrepreneurship Half 2
Digital Marketing Half 2
International Business Management (I) Half 2
Agri Business Half 2
Sustainable Management Half 2
Supply Chain Management Half 2
World Peace Course IV 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   Finance for Entrepreneurs Full 3
IPR Management Full 3
Business Analytics Full 3
Business Incubation Full 3
International Business Management (II) Half 2
Quality Management & Control Half 2
Government Schemes for Entrepreneurs Half 2
IT Management -Lab Half 2
Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs Half 2
Managing Corporate Entrepreneurship Half 2
World Peace Course V 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
 
Total Credit   6
Information Technology Specialization  
Trimester Courses Type of course (Full credit/ half credit) No. of Credits
Trimester III   Operations Research( BRM + DS) Full 3
Management information systems Full 3
Software Engineering Full 3
Software Project Management Full 3
E commerce Applications Half 2
Mobile Computing Half 2
Computer Networks Half 2
Database Management Systems Half 2
C programming Half 2
HTML Half 2
Philosophy for science and spirituality 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester IV   Strategic management Full 3
Enterprise Performance Management Full 3
Summer Internship Project Full 5
System Analysis and Design Full 3
Information Security Management Full 3
E Governance Half 2
Business Intelligence Tools Half 2
Cyber Laws Half 2
OOAD Half 2
Android Application Development Half 2
C ++ programming Half 2
Study of World famous philosopher Saints, Sages and Scientists. 1
  Total Credit   22
Trimester V   IT Infrastructure Management Full 3
Cloud Computing Full 3
Business Analytics Full 3
Technology Management Full 3
Java Programming Half 2
Python Programming Half 2
Decision Support Systems Half 2
Artificial Intelligence Half 2
Machine Learning Half 2
Software Testing Half 2
Scientific Studies of Peace, Mind, Matter, Spirit and Consciousness 1
  Total Credit   17
Trimester VI   Industry Internship 6
Total Credit   6
Total Programme Credits: 96(All courses + SIP+ Internship+ WPU courses)  

Guest Lectures

8 Guest Lectures per semester from National and International Speakers

Value Added Certifications

Students will be offered value added certifications like Dale Carnegie, Six Sigma, and Digital Marketing etc. to bolster value addition.

Live Projects

Each student will work upon at least 1 live project for a specified course. Thus each student will undertake minimum 2 live projects in the entire programme other than Industry Project.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

After the semester III, each student will undertake an SIP for a period of 60 days with Industry. After completion of SIP students will rejoin the programme for Semester IV. SIP based report evaluation through a viva voce will be done in Semester IV. SIP will be a full credit subject.

Industry Internship

Each student will undertake extensive Industry Internship for the entire semester VI. Students will be assessed for Internship report.

MIT-WPU Method

MIT-WPU has its unique, well thought and effective method of Learning and acquiring skills.

Global Leadership Programme

To prepare students for the challenges of the global employment market and to strengthen and develop their broader personal and professional skills, MIT-WPU has developed a unique Global Leaders Programme. The objective of the programme, is to provide practical career workshops and experience in diverse business cultures. The workshops will be more challenging and rewarding, giving you the opportunity manage people, coach and mentor others, and build on your leadership qualities. Additionally, you will still have the opportunity to visit large multi-national organizations.

International Exposure

In order to create graduates who are ready to become global leaders, it is vital that they gain the relevant experience on an international stage. The MIT-WPU Method will give you the opportunity to learn and embrace different cultures from all over the world.

Business and Industry Leaders Talk

An important part of the programme is to meet and hear from current industry leaders and renowned speakers. Throughout the duration of the programme, you will be able to learn from the experiences of current business professionals, leaders, motivators, experts and many more to gain an in-depth understanding of how their business has grown and adapted to issues such as technological advances and globalization.

University-Institute Collaboration

University Institute collaborations with leading universities across globe. Collaborations will include webinars, expert talks, certifications and understanding research practices.

National Study Tour

Each student will go for National Study Tour. National Study tour will include visiting companies/organisations of prominence to learn from their operations. National Study tour will be of approximately 1 week.

World Peace Courses

Semester I to Semester V, will have 1 World Peace Course with due credits

Rural Immersion Programme

    • Duration: 1 week
    • Objectives:
      • To Sensitize Management students towards realities of rural India by immersing(staying) in the villages
      • To Contribute to Rural development especially for activities related to Management/administration
    • Method:
      • Organizing events/seminars in rural parts with involvement of local rural youth
      • Studying challenges faced in Rural Economic setting and suggesting solutions

Film appreciation

Each student will have film appreciation related to Management on a continual basis.

Autobiography and enriching reading

Students will be provided inspiring biographies and books to read and will be asked to share their reviews in group.

Events under MBA

  • Corporate events: HR Meet, Brand Conclave
  • Intercollegiate: Business Plan and other Management Competitions
  • Social Events: Peace Walk

Advisory Board

Name Designation Organisation
Dr. Santosh Bhave Senior Vice President – HR, IR and Admin Bharat Forge Ltd.
Dr. S Rajagopal Chief General Manager RBI, Mumbai
Mr. Jitendra Paturkar General Manager HR Cummins India Ltd.
Dr. Mahesh Deshmukh Director Business Development Maruma Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Jaideep Kotnis Country Head HR Japfa Comfeed India
Mrs. Kavita Kulkarni VP and Head HR Infosys Limited
Mr. Rajendra Kembhavi GM HR Tech Mahindra Ltd.
CA. Anil Patwardhan Senior Vice President Corporate Finance & Governance KPIT Technologies Ltd.
Mr. Vinit Teredesai Chief Finance Officer HSBC Global Technology Centre
Mr. Neeraj Madhekar Vice President YES Bank
Mr. Jaydeo Iyengar ‎Director – Commercial Tech Mahindra Ltd
Mr. Manish Keswani Director MAK Media Creation Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Pankaj Gangrade Vice President Sales & Marketing SECO Tools India Pvt. Ltd.
Dr. Balajith Shetty Marketing and Tech Consultant Oxyrich – Dhariwal Industries Ltd. (F & B Division)
Mr. Amit Gajwani Sr. VP Business Development. Cybage Software
Mr. Ankush Malhotra Region Head , Corporate Communications & Events BNY Mellon India
Mr. Perminder Singh AVP- Operation Adlabs Entertainment
Mr. Umesh Deshpande Deputy General Manager Mercedes – Benz India
Mr. Niranjan Upadhye Deputy General Manager Greaves Cotton
Mr. Sudhir Laturkar G M (World Class Quality) Tata Auto Comp Systems Limited
Dr. Suresh Vishwanath Managing Director Sumeru Learning Solutions/Sumeru Strategic Initiatives
Mr. Kailash Katkar CEO Quick Heal Technologies Pvt.Ltd.
Mr. Ravi Teja Senior Vice President Nihilent Technologies
Mr. Omkar Panse Associate Vice President KPIT Technologies Ltd.
Mr. Jayprakash Somani Managing Director Nishant Publication and Aaronica Global EXIM Pvt. Ltd
Mr. Hiren Shah Head-Energy Business Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd, Industrial Division
Mr. Sanjay Patwardhan Head and CEO, Business Intelligence Cybage Software
Mr. Somesh Chablani Senior Director Sungard Offshore Services (India)
Mr. Nitin Kulkarni Executive Director Persistent Systems
Prof. (Dr.) RoshanLal Raina Professor & Ex Dean Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
Dr. Anant Sardeshmukh Director General MCCIA
Mr. Sharad Gangal Executive Vice President HR, Admin, IR and Member of Executive Council Thermax India
Mr. Dinesh Deo Chief Executive Officer BNY Mellon (India)
Mr. Sameer Bakshi Vice President , Head Legal & Compliance Bajaj Alianze Life Insurance Company Ltd.
Adv Shrikant Malegaonkar Advocate at Mumbai High Court
Mr. Advait Kurlekar CEO Upohan Management Consultants
Mr. Pritam Pavatkar ‎Sr VP & Global Head of Alliances & Partnerships Tech Mahindra Ltd.
Mr. Shrikant Sambhoos Consultant – Business/ Strategy/ Technical/ Systems/ Processes
Mr. Prashant Pansare Managing Director Inteliment Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Milind Kshirsagar Founder & Chairman TiruBaa Technologies Pvt Limited
Mr. Shishir Vaidya Founder & Chief Mentor Pune International Incubation Centre
Mr. Sajju Jain  Founder Standard Skills Development Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Farhan Pettiwala President Enactus India
Mr. Santosh Deshmukh Associate Vice President Deutsche Bank
Mr. Pradeep Lokhande Founder Rural Relations
Mr. Mohamed Saliem Parker Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance Head of International Progammes School of Business University of Central Lancashire, UK
Dr. Amir Reza Vice Provost International & Multicultural Education Babson College, USA
Mr. Tavengwa Mukuhlani Managing Director Zimbabwe Pharmaceuticals, Zimbabwe
Mr. Belmont Ndebele Managing Director Metbank Limited

Industry / Subject Experts

Besides in house faculty the above extensive pool of industry and academic experts from Advisory Board are periodically invited for interaction/guest lectures on their subject expertise

Assessment

A blend of periodic written assessment and Continuous Assessment will be used for better student engagement and effective evaluation
  • Components of Assessment are suggested as
    • Course Work : 20 % Weight
    • Final Semester End Written Exam : 30 % Weight
    • Continuous Assessment (by course teacher) : 50 % Weight
  • Continuous Assessment (Concurrent Evaluation): A continuous assessment approach in Trimester system (also known as internal assessment) is spread through the duration of course and is done by the course teachers. The continuous assessment provides a feedback on teaching learning process. The feedback after being analyzed is passed on to the concerned student for implementation and subsequent improvement.

Award of Class/Grading system

The Grading system ensures natural classification in qualitative terms rather than quantitative terms since it expresses a range /band of scores to which a learner belongs such as O, A, B, C, D, E& F

Infrastructure

Well-equipped state of the art classrooms, seminar hall, conference rooms, computer labs, activity area, sport facilities, Wi-Fi campus

Placement

Students shall get career opportunities across diverse industry sectors for summer as well as final campus Placement

Life @ Campus

  • Well-equipped state of the art Classroom
  • Auditorium
  • Accommodation facilities
  • Sports Infrastructure
  • Student Support
  • Social Media Hub

Programme Intake

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Eligibility*

Candidate should be a graduate from any statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST) at graduation level. Candidates appearing for final year examinations can also apply, but their admission will be subject to obtaining a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST) at qualifying examination.
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