Courses

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a two year (four semesters) full-time post-graduate programme under Dibrugarh University. This programme consists of theory and practice components, taught and learned through a combination of lectures, field work and research project.

ELIGIBILITY :

Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University with at least 50% aggregate marks (45% for SC/St candidates) can apply for admission into the Programme. Those awaiting for their final year results can also apply for admission into the programme.

NO. OF SEATS : Total number of seats is 40.

FEE STRUCTURE : Please click here for detailed fee structure

ADMISSION PROCEDURE:

As provided in the regulations of Dibrugarh University, there shall be an admission test for selection of candidates for admission into the MBA programme. Written test will consist of General Awareness, Reasoning, Numerical Ability, English language and short essays.
However, candidates who have cleared MAT (AIMA) with minimum score as fixed by the College can directly appear in GD & PI. Sponsored and / or foreign nationals are exempted from appearing in the Written Test.

COURSE STRUCTURE

 FIRST SEMESTER
 FOURTH SEMESTER
 Business Environment  Business Legislation
 Principles of Management  Financial Management
 Organization Behaviour  Marketing Management
 Managerial Economics  Managerial Skill Development
 Accounting for Managers  Entrepreneurial Development
 Human Resource Management  Quantitative Technique
 Computer Applications in Management  Research Methodology
   
 THIRD SEMESTER
 FOURTH SEMESTER
 Organizational Effectiveness and Change  International Business
 Production and Operations Management  Management Information Systems
 Project Study  Ethos and Values for Managers
 Business Policy and Strategic Analysis  Summer Training Report
 Specialization 1.1  Specialization 1.4
 Specialization 1.2  Specialization 1.5
 Specialization 1.3  Specialization 1.6
 Specialization 2.1  Specialization 2.4
 Specialization 2.2  Specialization 2.5
 Specialization 2.3  Specialization 2.6

SPECIALISATIONS

Marketing Management  Human Resource Management  Financial Management
 Consumer Behaviour  Management of INdustrial Relations  Financial Decision Analysis
 Marketing of Services and Rural  Marketing  Legal Framework governing IR  Security Analysis, Investment and Portfolio  Management
 International Marketing  HRD Stretegies & System  International Financial Management
 Strategic Marketing  Compensation Management  Management of Financial Services
 Advertising & Brand Mangement  Cross-Culture & Global Human  Resource Management  Corporate Taxation
Sales &  Distribution Management  Organisational Change &  Intervention Strategies  Working Capital Management