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Equal to AICTE Syllabus

MBA DEGREE (DAY) COURSE - SYLLABUS

OBJECTIVES

The broad objective of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) course is to impart
professional education and training in various aspects of modern management to the students and
provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual and analytical skills and foster attitudes
essential for their development into competent and effective managers.

UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS

A. ADMISSION

ELIGIBILITY :

1. Candidates who have passed Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3), Master's Degree Examination of this
University or any other recognized University, in any subject, in Commerce, Management, Arts,
Social Science, Sciences, Engineering / Technology or equivalent and have secured not less than
50% of Marks (45% for SC/ST Candidates) in the Bachelor's Degree Examination in aggregate are
eligible for admission to this course.

2. Candidates who have passed Bachelor's Degree / Master's Degree in the Correspondence Course
of this University or any other University recognized by Law, are exempt from 10+2+3 condition
of eligibility. However, all the conditions stated above in A.1.are applicable.

3. Candidates having less than 50% (less than 45% for SC/ST) in aggregate in the Bachelors
Degree and more than 50% in aggregate at the Master's level are not eligible for admission.

4. Every candidate should take an Entrance test conducted by the University. The eligibility for
admissions will be based on the aggregate of the Bachelor's Degree marks and Entrance Test
Marks (50:50).

B. DURATION OF THE COURSE

The duration of the course shall be four semesters covered in two years. Each academic year shall
comprise two semesters starting from September - December / January and December /January -
April.
C. ATTENDANCE, LEAVE, PROGRESS AND CONDUCT

Each semester shall be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance.

Students shall attend such lecture classes, seminars and practical work during each semester as the
College / Institution may prescribe and not absent themselves without valid reasons.

A student shall be considered to have completed a semester's course, if he / she has attended not
less than 75% of the number of working periods in the subjects comprising the course during the
semester and if his / her conduct and progress have been satisfactory.

Students who fail to comply with the said regulations will not be allowed to give the semester
examination.

D. WORK LOAD

The workload per week amounts to 24 hours of contact sessions per week. It is essential that apart
from the classroom contact hours, the students should spend time in course projects, preparation
for class, quiz, case studies and discussion.

E. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

The course of study and the scheme of examination shall comprise the subjects according to the
syllabus prescribed from time to time.

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS

There shall be University examination at the end of each semester in the prescribed papers.

Each answer script in the University examination will be assessed by two examiners. One of them
should be the person who has imparted instructions in that paper.

Each candidate should undertake a dissertation on a management problem relating to the field of
his/her specialization. He/she shall do the work under the supervision of a guide. The thesis must
be submitted through the guide to the University Department before the end of the IV Semester.
The thesis should be typewritten and bound. Each student should submit three copies to the
Department.

The thesis will be valued and viva - vice examination conducted on its basis by Board of
Examination. One of them will be the faculty member who has guided the work and others will be
external examiners.

F. PROMOTION TO II YEAR (III SEMESTER)

There are 13 courses in the I and II Semesters. To qualify for promotion to the III Semester, a
student should have passed at least (as per norms) 10 out of 13 core and functional courses.

G. SPECIALISATION

A stream of electives will be offered. These will be developed and updated from time to time. To
qualify for a specialization in a stream, a student will have to take a minimum of 5 elective courses
in a stream to qualify for a specialization area. This will facilitate students to specialize in more
than one stream of specialization. A student, however, can choose such combinations which will
help him / her to have dual specialization depending on the courses offered in the specialization
scheme.