Masters in Business Administration

Programme Description

Two-year (Full-Time) MBA

The uniqueness of the MBA programme that is being offered by SBPPSE is that elements of public policy and social entrepreneurship are integrated into the programme as core courses and electives with the possibility for a student to specialise in any of these areas in addition to the functional areas of management. Moreover, at the end of completing the two-year programme it is hoped that at least a small percentage of graduates will be choosing to start their own enterprises, especially in the social sector.

The curriculum of the two-year (full time) MBA programme has an innovative course structure incorporating the latest developments in management education.  The uniqueness of this programme is based on its approach to business and profit within a holistic context of the wider society and economy.  The curriculum is designed with the hope that it will bring about a radical change in the way students think, act, and perceive the world around them.

Programme Structure

The Master of Business Administration programme will be of two year duration. Instruction will be imparted in three trimesters each year with a total of six trimesters in two years. Students have to take courses totalling 86 credits to be eligible for the award of the MBA degree. The curriculum has been innovatively designed to bring about a radical change in the way students think and perceive the world around them. From the second till the last trimester, students shall learn one additional (Indian or Foreign) language.

First Year
In the three trimesters during the First Year, students will undertake the foundation courses which are compulsory. The trimester-wise courses will be as given below:

Trimester I
(July – September)
Trimester II
(October – December)
Trimester III
(January – March)
SBP2MB101: Business Culture and Society SBP2MB201: Foundations of Social Entrepreneurship SBP2MB301: Issues and Perspectives in Public Policy
SBP2MB102: Organisational Behaviour SBP2MB202: Leadership and Change SBP2MB302: Human Resource Management
SBP2MB103: Quantitative Methods SBP2MB203: Management Science SBP2MB303: Operations Management
SBP2MB104: Principles of Economics SBP2MB204: Spreadsheet Modelling SBP2MB304: Structured Thinking and Problem Solving
SBP2MB105: Financial Accounting SBP2MB205: Corporate Finance SBP2MB305: Cost and Management Accounting
SBP2MB106: Marketing Management SBP2MB206: Business Ethics & CSR SBP2MB306: Business Research
SBP2MB107: Business Communication and Personality Development SBP2MB207: Language SBP2MB307: Language

Summer Internship:

At the end of the first year, during the summer months of April-June, students will be required to undergo summer training in an organisation, based on which they are required to submit a report. The student will also be required to submit a certificate of completion and satisfactory performance from the host organisation.

Second Year:

The schedule of the second year consists of three trimesters: Trimesters- IV, V and VI.  During Trimesters - IV, V and VI of the programme, in addition to compulsory courses in Strategic Management, International Business Environment, and Business Law & Corporate Governance, and the Language, students shall choose 3 elective courses in trimester –IV, 7 electives in trimester-V and 5 electives in trimester-VI of the second year. In trimester VI, each student shall undertake a project study and submit a report carrying 4 credits. The students will start work on their projects in the 5th trimester and submit the project report (dissertation) in the 6th trimester. Students will choose the requisite number of electives from the basket of electives floated before the commencement of each trimester. The schedule of courses during the Second Year of the programme shall be as given below:

Trimester IV
(June– September)
Trimester V
(September- December)
Trimester VI
(January– March)
SBP2MB401: Strategic Management   SBP2MB601: PROJECT STUDY (4 credits)
SBP2MB402: International Business Environment 7 ELECTIVES (which may include an advanced course on language)  
SBP2MB403: Business Law and Corporate Governance   5 ELECTIVES
SBP2MB404: Language 3 ELECTIVES
 
   

In addition, supplementary workshops will be organised on ‘communication and presentation skills’ to improve the presentations skills of students at the end of the 5th trimester/ at the beginning of the 6th trimester of the MBA programme.

List of Electives

Public Policy
  1. Infrastructure and Market Reforms
  2. Political Economy
  3. Global Economy of the 21st Century: Trends and Issues
  4. Economics of Business Policy
  5. Trade and Industrial Policy
  6. Country Risk Analysis
  7. Contemporary Economic Policy
  8. Public sector management
  9. Land Acquisition Management
Social Entrepreneurship
  1. Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  2. Managing New Ventures
  3. New Product Development
  4. NGOs as social ventures
  5. Small Business and Micro Enterprises
  6. International entrepreneurship
  7. Sustainability and Innovation
  8. Creativity & Social Innovation
Finance
  1. Financial Derivatives
  2. Investment Banking & Private Equity
  3. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  4. Banking and Financial Institutions
  5. Mergers and Acquisitions
  6. Financial Markets
  7. Econometrics of financial markets
  8. Corporate Taxation
  9. Treasury and Risk Management
  10. Business Valuation and Financial Modelling
Marketing
  1. Brand Management
  2. Consumer Behaviour
  3. Advertising Management
  4. Services Marketing
  5. Retail Marketing
  6. Rural Marketing
  7. B2B Marketing
  8. Sales & Distribution Management
  9. Product Management
  10. Advanced Research Techniques in Marketing
HR & OB
  1. Inter Personal & Group Processes
  2. Inter Cultural Management
  3. Strategic HRM
  4. Learning Organisations
  5. Compensation & Talent Management
  6. Counselling Skills for Managers
  7. Conflict Management
  8. Performance Management
  9. Management of Industrial Relations
  10. Human Resource Planning and Development
Production and Operations Management
  1. Supply Chain Management
  2. Logistics Management
  3. Operations Research and Strategy
  4. Enterprise Resource Planning
  5. Production Planning and Control
  6. Data and Decision Models
  7. Decision Models and Optimization
  8. Global operations
Information Systems
  1. Database Management Systems
  2. E-Commerce
  3. Business Process Re-Engineering
  4. Managing IT-Enabled Services
  5. Strategic Management of Information Technology
  6. Information Security Management
  7. Managing open source
  8. New advances in IT in organisation
International Management
  1. International Financial Management
  2. International Marketing
  3. International Economics
  4. Legal environment of world business
  5. Doing Business in Emerging Markets
  6. Social Entrepreneurship in Global Context
  7. International Human Resource Management
  8. International Business Strategy

Note: Only a limited number of elective courses shall be offered in each trimester depending on the availability of faculty and student interest.

Eligibility

Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree who have secured a minimum 50 per cent marks (or equivalent grade) from a recognized university in any discipline will be eligible to apply for admission. Relaxation of 5 per cent will be given to candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Physically Handicapped categories.

Note: Candidates appearing in the final year examination of Bachelor’s / Post Graduate Degree Examinations are eligible to apply irrespective of their percentage of scores obtained till the time of application, provided that they expect to fulfill the eligibility criteria when their results are declared and which must be submitted to the AUD Office before 31st August 2015.

Faculty

Fee Structure

Following the flexible policy of tuition fee at AUD, which range from Rs1000/- to Rs.2100/- per credit, the tuition fee for the MBA programme is Rs.2100/- per credit. This is based on the belief that:

  • MBA is a professional degree with relatively better paying job prospects
  • In general, most applicants and/or their parents appear to have the capacity and willingness to pay higher fee for the programme
  • Relatively higher fee charged from the able candidates could subsidise the less privileged but meritorious students;
  • MBA programme entails intense class-room and other form of teacher-student interaction and also will incur additional expenses towards computing & networking, Library/ on line subscriptions, setting up/ administering placement activities and other student /alumni activities, subscription to various databases/ games, course material;
  • The tuition fee charged for MBA programmes of some of the reputed institutions ranges between Rs.1000000/- to 2000000/-.

The fee for the two-year MBA programme @Rs. /-2100 per credit for the 86 credit based MBA programme is listed below.

Fee Details Amount (Rupees)
  Indian Students Foreign Students
Tuition @Rs.2100/- per credit (86 credits) 180,600 @Rs.4200/ per credit
361,200
Course Material / Data base @500/- per course (41 courses) 20,500 20,500
Co-curricular & Industry Interface 30,000 30,000
Student Welfare Fund 2,000 2,000
Deposit (Refundable) 5,000 5,000
Total (for two years) 238,100 418,700

 

Fee Waivers and Scholarships:

The University offers full or partial fee waivers to students who are in need of support given their economic background. In fact, 20% of the fees collected from students are returned to the economically disadvantaged students by way of fee waivers and another 10% as scholarships.

The University has also created a Student Welfare Fund in order to support students in need to bear the costs of study material (like photocopying), textbooks, and even subsistence.

Procedure for applying for Fee- waiver and Scholarships

  • At the time of admission, a student can apply for fee- waiver by submitting supporting documents
  • If provisionally admitted to a programme, s/he will be permitted to take admission without having to pay the fee
  • Students, whose combined family income is less than Rs.5,00,000 /- will be eligible for fee waiver. A student will continue to receive fee waiver provided he/she is found to be regular in attending classes and maintains an acceptable level of performance in studies
  • SC/ST/PD students are advised to submit their application in the month of February for Scholarships under the SC/ST/PD categories for the academic session of that year.

Student Welfare Fund

The University has created a Student Welfare Fund with the objective of making financial assistance available for meeting the welfare needs of students in need, such as emergent medical assistance, purchase of books and study material, meeting the boarding and lodging expenses equivalent to the amount that is required to avail of AUD hostel facilities, and any other comparable needs of students.

Cancellation of Admission: Admission of Candidates who fail to provide proof of securing the merit as evident from the original transcript is likely to be cancelled.

University Policy on refund of fees:

Time Period for refund Amount to be deducted
Before the Orientation Programme
(20 June 2015)
Rs. 1,000/-
After the start of the Orientation Programme Only caution money will be refunded

 

Admission Procedure

Eligible candidates will be required to appear for an online test which will be conducted in various parts of Delhi and outside, on a date announced on AUD website and in newspapers. On the basis of scores obtained by the candidates in the test, a short list of candidates will be prepared for Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI). Final selection of candidates to the programme will be made on the basis of combination of scores obtained in the Admission Test and the marks obtained in GD and PI. Candidates will be required to produce their original certificates and marksheets at the time of the interview. The final list of candidates selected to the programme will be declared after completing the processes for all candidates.

Reservation of seats:

Admissions will be made in accordance with the reservation policies of the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi in respect of various social groups and other categories as applicable to institutions of higher education. Applicants claiming the benefit of reservations will have to produce the requisite certificates from the competent authorities.

Number of Seats:

Total of 42 seats are available in the 2-year (Full Time) MBA programme 2015-17
NCT – 36: (General – 18; SC – 5; ST – 3; OBC –10);
Outside NCT: 6: (General - 4; SC – 1; ST- 1)
Supernumerary: PH (1); CW (1); FS (2)

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