Jamia Mil­lia MBA ad­mis­sions open

MBA (full-time), MBA (ex­ec­u­tive), MIB and PHD pro­grammes on of­fer

Hindustan Times (Delhi) - HT Education - - Front Page - Gauri Kohli

Jpro­grammes are run un­der the men­tor­ship of Abad Ah­mad, chair pro­fes­sor at the cen­tre. “The MBA pro­gramme of­fers spe­cial­i­sa­tions in var­i­ous busi­ness func­tional ar­eas such as mar­ket­ing, fi­nance and HR. The cur­ricu­lum is based on cur­rent UGC model for MBA. The pro­gramme is unique as it seeks to em­pha­sise on global busi­ness per­spec­tives. The course fee is ap­prox­i­mately

per an­num for the full-time MBA pro­gramme , which is great value-for­money,” says Pro­fes­sor UM Amin, di­rec­tor, Cen­tre for Man­age­ment Stud­ies, JMI.

Ac­cord­ing to the di­rec­tor, what makes the pro­gramme pop­u­lar among as­pi­rants is the highly “stu­dent-friendly fee” and the fact that it is of­fered by a Cen­tral univer­sity. Into its 11th year, the cen­tre boasts of highly qual­i­fied and ex­pe­ri­enced fac­ulty trained in case based teach­ing. “We have ac­cess to 5000 cases from the Richard Ivy Busi­ness School, Canada, as per an agree­ment signed with them. We also have an in­ter­na­tional ex­change pro­gramme with the Univer­sity of Ap­plied Sciences, Er­furt, Ger­many, for stu­dents,” says Amin.

The cen­tre has had a good record of place­ments, which are con­ducted through the univer­sity place­ment cell. “The high­est package of­fered last year was R12 lakh per an­num by the Land­mark Group, a re­tail and hos­pi­tal­ity con­glom­er­ate in West Asia and In­dia. The av­er­age package of­fered last year was R5 lakh per an­num,” he adds.

Ap­pli­ca­tion forms can be ob­tained from the univer­sity cam­pus against a cash pay­ment of R500. The form is also avail­able on­line at jmi.ac.in. Ad­mis­sion to all pro­grammes is through en­trance tests, fol­lowed by a group dis­cus­sion stage and in­ter­view. For MBA (ex­ec­u­tive), ad­mis­sion is based on an en­trance test and in­ter­view.

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