MBA Program

Approved by AICTE & Affiliated to AKTU, College Code - 756

Eligibility & Admission Procedure for MBA

The programme is designed for those who have completed their three year Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline recognized by the Association of India Universities (AIU) with minimum of 50% marks for GEN/OBC and 45% marks for SC/ST.Individuals appearing for their final year degree examination can also apply. The admission is done through the State Entrance Examination conducted by the Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow

Scope & Career Prospects

The scope for a MBA graduate is unparalleled. Apart from attractive pay packets and placements being offered at college-level itself, it opens doors to various sectoral opportunities. The Indian Corporate world has seen many MBA professionals occupying top slots in the corporate ladder.

Apart from Corporate careers, one can opt for entrepreneurship; work in co-operatives, NGOs as the opportunities are literally unlimited. Even when the industry goes through trends/fads, like the recent dot com fad, MBAs are the first in and among the first out, thereby reaping the benefits of a rising industry and the smartness of exiting to a different industry when the fall happened. This is due to the multi-dimensional, multi-tasking quality an MBA possesses. For example: A MBA with Finance specialization does not necessarily fare poorly when the industry hits the doldrums. He gets onto marketing of financial services (say, marketing of mutual funds or insurance products), thereby reducing career risk.

MBA (Dual Specialization–Marketing/HR/Finance/IB/IT)

Duration: Four Semesters

Basis of Admission

Students desirous of taking admission in MBA program will have to appear in UPSEE examination conducted by GBTU and should come through counseling. For 15% management quota seats, direct admissions are taken on the basis of marks obtained in graduation and CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT percentile.

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