MBA Degree (Master of Business Administration) Course. The details of AICTE Approved MBA are as follows:
· Human Resource,
About the Course
The course aims to give
a holistic perspective on the different facets of management enabling students
to view the entirety of an organization and relate it to the larger environment.
These courses help the students appreciate the interdependency of the various
functional areas and integrate them while addressing problems in the business
At the end of the first semester, the students go for the on job training in any organization for a period of four to six weeks and at the end of the second semester, the students go for the summer internship in any organization for a period of eight to twelve weeks. The summer internship is compulsory for all the students. The summer training trains the students to sharpen their knowledge and skills, develop an understanding of business realities and apply the tools and techniques to real life business situations.
Also in the third semester students should complete major research project. A variety of teaching and learning techniques are used to impart knowledge and skills to students in the institute. Lectures, case analysis, simulation games and exercises, role plays, business games, seminars, group discussions and project work are used to develop conceptual, analytical and decision making skills and to prepare the students to face the challenges of the complex business and organizational environment.
The institute will also groom the students for placement through special modules. The institute follows a pattern of continuous evaluation through a series of tests, surprise-quizzes, mid-term and semester-end examination to ensure the highest academic standards as well as practical orientation. The course curriculum is the result of continuous review by the faculty in line with the recent developments taking place in the industry.
The MBA course is affiliated to Jiwaji University, Gwalior, and Approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) Ministry of HRD Govt. of India New Delhi.
MBA stands for Master of Business Administration (MBA) and is a post graduate degree in business administration. The concept of MBA as a discipline originated in the United States and now MBA has become a prestigious and respected degree all over the globe, which is attracting people from various academic disciplines.
There is always an ever increasing demand for skilled managers in any organization or any institution in today’s highly competitive world because only such skilled people can tackle the highly demanding situations that organization faces in the era of liberalization and globalization.
A successful manager should possess a fine blend of qualities such as decision making, conceptual, analytical and interpersonal skills, for making the best possible use for the available resources. MBA programmes are focusing on creating leaders and managers equipped with the above mentioned skills. MBA as an education makes one understand the language of business. This is a programme in which raw graduates will be moulded into professional managers.
An MBA curriculum has everything from finance to marketing to IT to psychology. This is because it is extremely important for a successful manager to be aware of the various dimensions of business such as operations, IT, finance, human resources, marketing etc. Besides the above, a good MBA programme will also include courses to develop the communication, presentation, creativity, social skills and team building skills in an individual. Building up the capability to extract high-quality work out of their teams is the most important takeaway from an MBA.
After successfully undergoing an MBA programme in a good business school, an ordinary graduate will undergo a metamorphosis that converts him to a capable manager or leader who will be able enough to solve many business related problems that can arise in the highly challenging corporate environment. Besides developing strong business acumen, it undoubtedly accelerates the career growth also. As the job market becomes tougher, an MBA degree enables one to differentiate oneself from the crowd. The job market today demands professionals with abilities beyond just the knowledge of the subject and an MBA degree is definitely the way forward.
Regarding job opportunities, sky is the limit for a well trained MBA graduate. Manufacturing and service industries are lining up for competent MBAs to expand their business horizons. MBA will also kindle the entrepreneurial skills and helps the person to face the challenges of entrepreneurship with confidence.
Why MBA after engineering?
An MBA after completion of engineering is a good option for pursuing post-graduation. An engineering graduate with an added qualification of MBA degree, gets an exposure to business-related topics that is normally not included in the regular engineering studies. A technical degree together with a MBA degree, rounds up the education of an engineering graduate with exposures to management techniques and analytical skills. The demand for engineering graduates with management degree is high in the job market. This is also important because in today’s corporate world, the role of the engineer is changing; an engineer is likely to be a manager who has to implement new practices and new technology for optimum use of resources and factors of production.
Why MBA after Just Graduation or Even Post Graduation ?
Whatever discipline you pursue in under-graduation does not really matter, for doing your post graduation in management. You can do MBA after B.A , B.Tech ,B. Com. LLB or BAMS. Pursuing a MBA programme after graduation, broadens your horizon and creates more opportunities for an enhanced career path. In fact, even after doing post graduation in one’s chosen discipline, many find it useful to have a MBA degree. A graduate of any discipline from a recognized University is eligible to apply for MBA entrance examination provided he/she has 50 percent marks.
4 Semesters ( 2 Years)
Approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) Ministry of HRD Govt. of India New Delhi.
Eligibility For Admission
Graduation from any
branch with minimum 50% marks for general category and 45% for students of OBC,SC
and ST category. (as per DAVV norms).
Wi Fi Campus .
Foreign Language classes .
Special PD classes .
· Preparation assistance for Foreign university scholarship.
· Sports Facility which includes Cricket, Snooker, Volleyball, Basketball, Table Tennis, Badminton and many indoor games.
Audio Visual Classrooms .
Ultra modern Auditorium .
Computer Lab .
· Provision for Swimming Pool, Gymnasium and lawn tennis.
Well stocked Library .
Open air Cafeteria .
· Guest lectures by IIM faculties.
· Industry visits.
Participation in regular
Bus Facility .
The Placement Cell
The placement cell at Vikrant group of institutes Gwalior is an efficient and rapidly evolving entity with a well defined and clear perspective. It has grown considerably in size and functions as of late.
rapport with top management of various companies .
Initiatives like HR
conclave to facilitate student interaction with senior HR Managers and vice
· Vibrant placement committee to ensure better career prospects and packages.
· Pep talks from senior executives of the industry.
· Training on soft skills and interview techniques by renowned trainers.
· Alumni meetings to strengthen bonds with Alumni in top positions.