MBA-Programme Structure

The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programme consists of four semesters with 26 course papers including viva-voce, summertraining and project report. The first year curriculam provides strong and exhaustive base in foundation courses and equips students to develop analytical and conceptual skills for innovative problem solving. The second year courses provide an opportunity not only to continue the study of subjects covered in the first year but also to develop in depth expertise in any one functional area,Finance, Marketing, Human Resourse Management, Information Technology and International Business.


Management Concepts and Organisational Behaviour Management Information System
Managerial Economics Financial Management
Accounting for Management Human Resource Management
Quantitative Methods Marketing Management
Business Environment Business Research Methods
Computer Application and E-Commerce Production & Operations Management
Comprehensive Viva-voce Comprehensive Viva-voce

Summer Training

After the second semester of MBA Programme, the students has to undergo a compulsory industrial training extending from six to eight weeks duration in an organisation of repute. During this period, the students are normally involved in projects pertaining to their area of specialisation.


SEMESTER-III(Compulsory Papers) SEMESTER-IV(Compulsory Papers)
E-Commerce Strategic Management
Corporate Legal Framework
Summer Training Report Winter Project

Project Work(Compulsory)

During the second year, the MBA Programme students are required to write a dissertation on a topic of their interest. The purpose of this exercise is to train the students to do an indepth study of some aspects of management while enabling them to learn to apply research methodology and to exercise their conceptual and analytical skills. 

In addition to one compulsory paper and a project report, students will have to choose any two of the following three elective groups.

Elective Groups

Group A-Finance Group
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Financial Derivatives
Working Capital Management International Finance
Capital Investment and Financial Decision Making
Group B-Marketing Group
International Marketing Industrial & Rural Marketing
Advertising Management Sales and Distribution Management
Consumer Behaviour
Group C-Human Resource Management Group
Management of Industrial Relations Management Training and Development
Compensation Management Legal Framework Governing Human Relations
Human Resource Development
Group D- International Business Group
International Trade & Business International Financial Management
Managing Human Resource in Global Environment International Economic Organizations
Technology Acquisition, Transfers & MNC’s
Export Import Logistics Management