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WELCOME TO MBA
|Year of Establishment||2011|
|Approved by||AICTE, New Delhi|
|Affiliated to||Shivaji University, Kolhapur|
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a master's degree in business administration (management). The core subjects in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, applied statistics, business communication, business ethics, business law, finance, managerial economics, General management, human resource management, system management, marketing and operations in a manner most relevant to management analysis and strategy.
The main aim of this course is to prepare the executives and managers for top level and middle level management in public cooperative and private sector organizations. The emphasis therefore, be on developing a proper role perception of managerial level personnel in the Indian context by exposing them to a wide range of relevant areas, sufficiently in depth so that they may gain the confidence to interact with people at all levels and develop managerial skills for translating polices into action effectively. Considering the current requirement and present scenario of globalization and emerging trends in the Industry, Information Technology, make students aware and synchronize with the skills required in the industry.
Programs emphasis on (coursework-based) training in the skills needed at senior levels of management: soft skills, such as (general) leadership and negotiation; hard skills, such as spreadsheets and, project management; thinking skills such as innovation and creativity. Training in areas such as multiculturalism and corporate social responsibility is similarly included. Company visits (including overseas travel), and guest lectures or seminars with CEOs and management personalities may also be included. These, with the core subjects, provide the graduate with breadth, while the specialty courses provide depth.
MBA is full time master degree program. The curriculum of this course is two years divided into four semesters. The teaching for Semester I and III is conducted from 1st August to 15th November (for 14 weeks) and teaching for Semester II, and IV is conducted from 1st January to 15th April (for 14 weeks). There will be an end of semester University examination in December and May for all the semesters. In addition there will be internal examinations for each paper conducted by the respective Institute.