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MBA Courses in India

MBA Courses

MBA Courses in India

MBA Courses are present now for every stream weather it is Agriculture or any of engineering stream. The MBA programmes of business schools reflect the needs and realities of business and industry. The main specialization area are MBA marketing, MBA finance and MBA HR. Apart from these main specializations other MBA courses are -

Agri Business Management
Cooperative Management
Bank Management
MBA Engineering
Construction Management
Defence Management
Educational Management
Environment Management
Healthcare Management
Pharmaceutical Management
Production Management
Public Systems and Rural Management
Retail Management

Apart from Master level courses other courses are

  • Diploma level MBA Courses - These are short term Management courses offered to working executives to supplement their knowledge.
  • Undergraduate MBA Courses - They are full time bachelor level courses offered to 10 + 2 students. They are foundation level courses for Master degree level courses
  • Doctoral level MBA Courses - offered to research students in different areas of Management.

Admission Procedure for MBA Courses in India

Management is the only academic discipline which is offered by both the university and non-university systems. The eligibility requirement is a graduate degree in any branch with at least 50% marks in the aggregate. Two-year programmes leading to the award of MBA degree (for university courses) and the Postgraduate Diploma (for non-university courses) are widely perceived as equivalent.

MBA courses are approved by AICTE and some are with Foreign Collaboration. Read - MBA Technical Programme with Foreign Collaboration

There are three steps for admission to postgraduate courses - entrance test, group discussion and personal interview. Candidates short-listed on the basis of the results of the entrance test are required to participate in group discussions. This is followed by a personal interview. Final selections are made on the basis of their performance in group discussion and personal interview.






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