MBA (Industry Integrated) Human Resource Management
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Masters of Business Administration(Industry Integrated)TM is not just a post graduate degree in business administration; rather it is an extension of the traditional MBA program as it involves highly interactive teaching sessions and diversified work experience. In each classroom session of MBA(Industry Integrated)TM program in-depth preparation goes into imparting the modern concepts of management with emphasis on class participation and case studies. The case studies are strategically important learning tools in the fast changing business scenario. The program is conceptualized to provide hands-on-experience in the real business environment.
MBA(Industry Integrated)TM program is more application oriented and provides practical exposure to the students with classroom theoretical knowledge of business and industry. The program methodology significantly differs from the traditional course method. The program blends 'Industry Exposure' with 'Academic Knowledge'. Through the program the student undergoes On-the-Job Training from 2nd semester to 4th semester. The academic component is taught through class room learning at the approved Academic Partners located in different parts of the country. By the end of the programme the student gets a regular management degree as well as industry exposure/experience. Upon successful completion of MBA(Industry Integrated)TM programme, students have an edge over the students of traditional MBA programs.