||Recognized Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3 Yrs duration. Obtained at least 50% in the qualifying Examination
||On the basis of performance in GLAET (An online MCQ test of 90 minutes duration.) & Preference will be given to high scorer of CAT,MAT,XAT,UPSEE etc.
||Fee is Rs. 78,000 per sem & Rs. 1,53,000 per annum for MBA.
Fee is Rs. 1,03,000 per sem & Rs. 2,03,000 per anum for MBA - Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Fee is Rs. 1,03,000 per sem & Rs. 2,03,000 per anum for MBA - Financial Markets & Banking.
About the Course
Today's business environment is characterized by dynamic uncertainties and complexities, which makes the work of managers and organizational leaders extremely challenging. Thus, those who aspire to become organizational managers in today's business environment need to acquire specialized knowledge, skills and attitude along with multi-tasking ability in order to understand and analyze complex business situations. In pursuit of this goal, the MBA programme of GLA University, nurtures leaders capable of making a difference in the corporate and service sectors The MBA course employs various modes of teaching, learning and assessment that reflect in its interdisciplinary approach. This integrated teaching allows understanding of the overlap and interaction between the different business areas. This approach also allows the students to develop multiple skills such as critical analysis, independent research, report writing, numerical ability, working with real-life case studies, presentation skills and interpersonal skills through group tasks. These skills further enable the students to take a full, active and responsible role within the business community, whether this is through entrepreneurship, further study, or in managerial role. The system of dual-specialization enables the students to choose specializations from the fields of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, International Business, Information Technology, Development, Retail, Operations and Strategic & Technological Management, Business analytics, Banking and Financial Services, Supply Chain management. An integration of technology with the conventional teaching modes enables the students to acquire well-developed understanding of management practices, knowledge and skills necessary to grapple with the complexities of the modern business propositions. The syllabus is directional in scope and permits the much desirable flexibility to keep pace with the ever – growing body of knowledge, experience and explorations in management education with special emphasis towards the human side of enterprise. The course structures are carefully designed so that students get an edge in dealing with diverse situations when they step into the real corporate world.