MBA Program

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MBA Program


Masters of Business Administration

M.B.A. is a two year full-time post graduate semesterized degree program.

Total fees for MBA course for academic year 2018-2019

 Maharashtra State (MS)/ Outside Mah. State (OMS)/ Foreign Students        –          1,90,000/-
( Note : As per the latest directives of  Shikshan  Shulka  Samiti)

Eligibility for Admission:

A candidate possessing 50% for open & 45% for reserved category marks at the Degree or Masters Degree examination in any faculty of any statutory University shall be eligible for admission to M.B.A. course. The candidate should also have qualified in the Common Entrance Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview for M.B.A. conducted by Government of Maharashtra, DTE & University of Pune.

MBA Syllabus 2016 Pattern

MBA Program Outcomes

MBA Course Outcomes

Functional Electives / Specialization

Any one of the following Groups to be selected :
Group A:Marketing Management Group
Group B: Financial Management Group
Group C: I.T Management Group
Group D: Operations Management Group
Group E : Human Resource Management Group
Group F : International Business Management Group
Group G : Supply Chain Management Group
Group H : Rural & Agri Business Management Group


Besides the university syllabus, the Institute also offers co curricular activities, some of which are:

Book Reviews, Magazine Reviews, Industry Visits, Macroeconomics, GD & Interviews, Personality Development, Advanced Computer Training, Yoga Classes, Leadership Training , Role Playing, Quiz Competition

Examination System and Standard of passing

The final total assessment of the candidates shall be made in terms of an internal assessment and on external assessment for each course, except in the case of the internal papers.

  • The internal and external assessment will constitute separate heads of passing and they will be shown separately in transcripts.For each course,the ratio of marks of internal assessment in relation to the external; assessment shall be 30:70.
  • The external assessment shall be based on the external written University Examination to be held at the end of each semester for each course.
  • Continuous evaluation pattern is followed in  internal Assessment which is based on the class tests/assignments/presentations and/or one internal examination.
  • For external examination the breakup is 50 marks written examination & 20 marks on-line examination.