The MBA evening program is to be completed within eight trimesters. The duration of each trimester will be 12 weeks excluding examinations. The program will be run without a long vacation. The minimum time period to complete the program is 32 months (eight trimesters). The maximum time of completion of the program is four years from the date of registration.

Concentration Areas

The program offers several career-focused concentrations. These courses allow students to gain additional knowledge and skills on specific concentration areas. The students are required to select any four courses from any one of the following concentration areas.


(4 courses of 2.0 credits each)

  • Financial Institutions and Markets

  • Portfolio Management and Security Analysis

  • International Finance

  • Financial Derivatives and Risk Management

  • Management of Capital Investment Decisions

  • Corporate Financing Decisions

  • Working Capital Management

  • Financial Restructuring Strategy


(4 Courses of 2.0 credits each)

  • Service Marketing Strategy

  • Marketing Research

  • Consumer Behavior

  • Promotions Management

  • Global Marketing

  • Strategic Brand Management

Management Science & Systems

(4 Courses of 2.0 credits each)

  • Business Process Re-engineering

  • Total Quality Management

  • System Analysis & Design

  • Optimization Theory

  • Decision Support System

  • Supply Chain and Global Operations

  • Database Management

  • Business Simulation

Human Resource Management

(4 Courses of 2.0 credits each)

  • HRD Strategies

  • Compensation Management

  • Career Development Strategies in HRM

  • Employee Relations Management

  • Performance Management

  • International HRM

  • Seminar in HRM

General Management

(4 Courses of 2.0 credits each)

  • Organizational Development

  • International Management

  • Management Challenges in Emerging Economies

  • Conflict Management and Negotiation Strategies

  • Managing for Quality Improvement

  • Knowledge Management

  • Competitive Strategy

  • Seminar in General Management


(2 Courses of 2.0 credits each)

The following courses have been identified for electives. These courses offer students the flexibility to customize their needs and meet their career interests and goals. These are basically sectoral and application courses which address the systematic integration across all of business disciplines.

  • Real Estate Management

  • Management of Technology

  • Tourism and Hospitality Management

  • Insurance and Risk Management

  • Business Tax Planning

  • Project Management

  • Bank Operations and Management

  • Multinational Management

  • Social Entrepreneurship

  • Strategies for Sustainable Management

  • Management of Service Sector Organizations

  • Productivity Perspective in Management Development

  • Rural Marketing and Agribusiness

Internship Program

Students are required to go for an internship in an assigned organization for a period of 8 to 10 weeks under the Internship Program. Students are required to present the Internship Project Report in the prescribed format. The evaluation of the Internship shall be based on confidential report of the host organization and presentation of the Internship Project Report in a seminar (60 percent) and evaluation by the concerned organization supervisor (40 percent).

Graduate Research Report

Towards the end of their study period, participating students are required to undertake a research assignment and prepare an integrative research report in any area of management as approved by the college. Students are required to attend the viva-voce examination and give a seminar presentation of their report as organized by the college. The weight assigned for viva and the research report will be 25% and 75% respectively.