Master of Business Administration

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The Department of Business Administration was established in the year 2006. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed to meet the challenge of full-filling the needs of the society under resource constraints by providing new dimensions in the body of knowledge needed for managerial development. Environmental, social, ecological, and economic forces are affecting every sector of business enterprise and every area of business, governmental and industrial administration. The MBA program will prepare students for assuming responsibility of management in their career path in business and other organizations. The program also prepares students having career interest in teaching or research and also for higher studies.

Program Intake and Commencing Year of Enhanced Intake
MBA 2006(60) 2011 (60)

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  • Vision

    To strive for excellence in the area of Management Education that focuses on students' holistic development by conforming to organizational and societal expectations.

  • Mission

    Our Mission is to develop leaders in organizations who can forecast, analyze and solve emerging business and social issues.

  • PEOs

    The Master of Business Administration program has the following Objectives::

    To groom the students in management concepts and impart managerial skills and analytical tools for effective decision making.

    To develop sensitivity and responsibility in students towards the challenges of the society.

    To strengthen the training, research, and Industry-Institute interaction activities.

  • POs

    Applying conceptual business foundations to solve decision-making problems, both individually and as part of teams using techniques such as group discussions, case analysis and projects.

    An ability to develop sensitivity towards global issues and its impact on people, industry and the economy.

    An ability to demonstrate the critical awareness of current issues (e.g., diversity, social responsibility, sustainability, innovation, knowledge management, etc.) through class-room and self-learning.

    An ability to function effectively in multi-disciplinary teams.

    An ability to analyze a problem, identify, formulate and use the appropriate managerial strategies for obtaining the solution.

    Recognizing and addressing ethical issues and values and applying them in organizational context.

    An understanding of professional, social, legal, functional issues and responsibilities.

    An ability to communicate effectively.

    Using information and knowledge for the purpose of problem solving and decision making.

    An ability to use analytical tools, techniques and skills necessary for managerial functioning.

    An ability to engage in continuous learning and professional development

  • Salient Features