MBA – Master of Business Administration


MIT-WPU School of Management

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MBA-Master of Business Administration


The MBA programme of MITSOM (PG) has consistently succeeded in building a powerful force of Global Leaders in the field of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, International Business, Operations and Information Systems.

MITSOM provides an ideal platform to young graduates aspiring for Global careers. The MBA Programme introduces you to a range of concepts and theories that will enable you to critically analyze organizational contexts and functions both nationally and internationally. Apart from guiding you to identify the right stream of Management Studies mapped to your personal orientation for future success, our faculty at MIT-WPU School of Management (PG) go the extra mile to enable proactive thinking and effective performance for dynamic, socio-economic and business ecosystem.

We consider that this army of Global Leaders are well equipped to provide the impetus to redefine Management with the ever-changing challenges posed by the Information Age.

Programme Objective

  • To equip the students with requisite knowledge, skills & right attitude necessary to provide effective leadership in a global environment
  • 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
  • To develop proactive thinking so as to perform effectively in the dynamic socio-economic and business ecosystem
  • To enable students to recognize, plan and develop appropriate management skills necessary to build a strong network in the industry.
  • To help gain meaningful employment and develop Entrepreneurial Ventures

Programme Highlights

MBA-General Management is a broad-based MBA programme with specialisation in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Operations, International Business and Entrepreneurship Development. The programme delivered by MIT-WPU School of Management-MITSOM (PG) delivers on multitude of benefits that ensure our students have a competitive edge before they embark on their professional journeys-

  • Unique WPU method comprising
  • Global Leadership Programme-2 Weeks
  • 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 select foreign Faculty
  • A dedicated last semester for Industry Internship besides Industry Project as well as Live projects.
  • A well-recognized Advisory Board of National and International Experts.
  • Mentoring Programme and Unique Progress Assessment tool of ‘Learning Diary’
  • In-house sports infrastructure, tie ups with renowned sport facility centres and organizations
  • Impeccable career opportunities through Placement support
  • Opportunity to be part of organizing team of 3 mega National Events of MIT-WPU (BCS,NTC & NWP )

Programme Structure

MBA is a two-year full-time program following the UGC guidelines and developed keeping in mind the national priorities and international practices. MIT-WPU Faculty of Management aims at aligning the program structure and course content with student aspirations and recruiter expectations. The choice based credit system offers wide range of choice for students to opt for courses based on their aptitude and career goals. The number of credits earned by the student reflects the knowledge and skills learned by him/her.

    • In the third and fourth semester following Specializations shall be offered
      1. Marketing Management (MKT)
      2. Financial Management (FIN)
      3. Operations Management (OPE)
      4. Human Resources Management (HR)
      5. International Business Management (IB)
    • Duration of the Programme – 2 years Full time Programme
    • Pattern
      • First 2 semesters (Sem 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.
    • Specialisations offered
      • Marketing/Finance/HR/Operations/IB/Entrepreneurship/IT
    • Total Programme Credits: 96

For details on the specialisation, aspiring students can download the programme presentation.

Assessments

A blend of periodic written assessment and Continuous Assessment will be used for better student engagement and effective evaluation.

  • The Program comprises of 4 Semesters and adopts the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Grading System.
  • 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 analysed is passed on to the concerned student for implementation and subsequent improvement.

Eligibility

  1. Candidate should be graduate from any statutory university with minimum 50% marks (45% for reserved category candidates)
  2. 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) in the qualifying examination
  3. Student should have valid score of entrance exam like CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT/MH-CET/ATMA.
  4. Student must qualify for GD and PI conducted by MIT-WPU.