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Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), AICTE, New Delhi (NBA)
During the first four weeks of the MBA courses, we organize orientation programme for students who have the opportunity to revive their learning skills.
The remainder of the first year programme develops core knowledge and skills. The core MBA courses commence from the beginning of August. The students may never have studied finance or strategy, marketing or operations, accounting or human resources before, but our faculty ensures that they are given a thorough grounding in these areas. The Core Courses are designed accordingly laying emphasis in business frameworks and general management concepts, and to help make connections between and across the subjects that the students' study. They are academically rigorous, stimulating and practical. In addition to lectures, students work very closely in small and carefully selected Study Groups, with peers who are internationally diverse and from a wide variety of backgrounds.
All students are required to work on two team consulting projects, the first with smaller organizations for short period of time, the second with renowned organizations based any where in the country. These projects are a fantastic opportunity to gain insight into industries and job functions that are unfamiliar to students, and to think about possible career switches. Coupled with the Individual Project, business plan competitions, internship opportunities, corporate visits and workshops, our Institutes offer one of the most practical MBA programmes in the country.
Candidates with minimum Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3 or 10+2+4) in any discipline from any University affiliated to AICTE/UGC/AIU can apply. Final year appearing students are also eligible to apply. Such candidates, if selected are admitted provisionally All candidates should have a valid MAT (September - May session) / WBJEMAT allotment card of current year.
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ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE
Providing first-class academic facilities is at the heart of the Group's ethos. All the Campuses have dedicated study facilities designed to meet the needs of their students, and there are more and more 'relaxation and chill-out' spaces springing up around campus to ensure that the students' time at any one of our Campuses isn't all work, work and work only ! As a learning community with its sights set on the future, and an excellent team of academic staff, we don't just lecture - we stimulate dialogue.
For all of our students we make sure that they have the information at their fingertips to achieve success
All our Institutes try to engage students in the learning process through a different pedagogy with a mix of latest learning resources with traditional teaching modules. We are investing a lot to create an environment where one can use any learning tool to study under the watchful eyes of our academicians.
We call this 'enquiry-led learning'. It develops skills sought after by employers who value creativity and independence as well as leadership and problem solving. blue-hding">writing. On successful participation in language lab classes, students are able to communicate and interact effectively.
As mentioned earlier, we always believe a library is the repository of knowledge. A good library set-up not only helps the students to accentuate their academic knowledge and skills but also expose them to world of innumerable information to draw upon.
The information revolution means that escalating amounts of information are available to students for learning. Students can access more than 30,000 subject specific books spread over our campus libraries. In addition there are more than hundred e-journals and magazines for students to get updated information.
Naturally, we seek to provide access to all books and articles recommended for courses which can be borrowed from or used in the libraries.
Once registered at any of our campus, college ID is the key to the whole campus network which includes access to internet, email, and quality printing facilities.
In over 150 open access computers, students have full access to the software applications.
Further IT facilities throughout all the campuses are maintained in different faculties and are focused on the needs of the faculty students.
We are now developing a network - Student Central, the student intranet, which aims to provide interactive online course materials and library access, personalized home pages, open discussion boards and blogs and email. One of the key on-line services to support postgraduate study at the university is the on-line library. This is a web gateway to a vast array of electronic resources carefully selected to assist in course work and projects, consisting of web sites, electronic journals, electronic books and on-line databases. The on-line library will be available from any computer within any of our Campus and from students' own computers from designated internet access areas.
There is wide range of software available; this includes the standard Microsoft Office productivity suite, DBMS packages bibliographic, quantitative and qualitative analysis software and a range of specialist subject specific tools. Each student pursuing MBA programme is provided with a Laptop.This is an effort to provide them the ambience of their future work practice, with a first-hand approach to manage one's information and knowledge bank
A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.
We inspire students to become an enquiry-led learner and use a range of teaching methods to encourage them to develop their own ideas.
Lectures are intended to give the students inspiration for thought, and are an opportunity to listen to academic staff sharing their knowledge and discoveries. They are expected to build on this, carry out further reading around the subject and use analytical skills to critically examine the information provided.
Seminars offer the opportunity to discuss ideas in smaller groups and listen to other people's opinions. Tutorials are carried out on a one-to-one basis and students can discuss written work with their tutor. Our teaching staff ensure students have all the resources they need to make the transition form undergraduate professional study.