Delhi School of Economics renames MBA programme
The Delhi School of Economics (DSE) has changed the nomenclature of two of its flagship programmes following University Grants Commission’s (UGC) order, asking varsities to refrain from using fancy names of degrees. The courses namely MIB and MHROD (now restructured and renamed as MBA (IB) and MBA (HRD)). Both the Courses have been well received by the industrysince1995 till date.
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As per the institute, the courses have been renamed as Master of Business Administration (International Business)/MBA (IB) program, run by the Department of Commerce plays a pivotal role in equipping its students with the requisite skills to sculpt the face of the future arena of business.
The course has been recognized with proven capability to continuously upgrade its knowledge base with a view to servicing the requirements of the government units, trade and industry. It is designed to enable students to bring success and add value to themselves as well as organizations in which they become stakeholders.
The Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Development) programme of the Department of Commerce has been designed to cater to the growing needs of industry and business or professionally qualified young man and women in the area of Human Resource and Organizational Development.
The objective of MBA (HRD) is to provide quality education to highly motivated, bright young men and women so that they can provide professional expertise to business and industry in the area of human resource and organizational development.
In order to provide an equal footing to that of an MBA programme run by the premier business schools of the country, the nomenclature of the MIB Programme (Master of International Business)and MHROD Programme (Master of Human Resource and Organizational Development) has been restructured and renamed as MBA (International Business) and MBA (Human Resource Development). The rename in the nomenclature has been possible due to the joint initiative of the Department of Commerce and the University of Delhi. The revised nomenclature has also been approved by the University Grants Commission.
The Course of both the courses has also been totally overhauled and updated as per the needs of the industry, which is effective from July 2014. The updated syllabus intends to reduce the gap between industry and academia, with the right blend of theory and practice, furthering students to nurture their talent for becoming a good leader and an asset for an organization.
Some of the new papers that have been incorporated in the revised syllabus include: Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility of Business; Entrepreneurship and New Venture Planning; Management Information System and HRA analytics; E-business and Cyber Laws; Corporate Finance; Internet Security and Cyber Laws.
A three layered selection procedure, i.e., the CAT Percentile, the Group Discussion and the Personal Interview is followed for admission to both the programmes. This is done with a view to identify and process the interpersonal skills in addition to the overall knowledge of the students.
Candidates are required to submit their CAT score after appearing in the Common Admission Test Conducted by the IIMs. Thereafter, the candidates are shortlisted on the basis of their CAT percentile will be called for GD and interview.
Mode of Application: All applicants will have to register using the online mode available at Departmental website ww.comercdu.com
Online admissions start date: 15th October, 2014 (Wednesday)
Last date for submission of application: 15th December, 2014(Monday)
Last date for submission ofCAT Score: 20th January, 2015 (Tuesday)
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Questions related to Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi
Can i get admission here in 2019 as my graduation percentage is 72 and in cmat 49%and in cat 5%Or mba enterance exam conducted by collg?
Now, going by your credentials, I am afraid to say that you will not get the admission. Moreover, the admission was closed few weeks back.
All the best.
Myself prince I am doing b.com(hons)I want to do m.b.a but I dont know in which field , please help me ,and also tell me about the minimum
Since you are doing BCom, with honours, any MBA field would be a great choice.
Because there is a huge demand for MBA grads in the upcoming years.
Still, to be specific, the few most fields would be Finance, Economics, Hospitality, Marketing, Business, Healthcare, Human Resource Management.
if i got 265 no meanes qulify to get admission
Dear mr x, can you tell which course you are interested in? If you have not written anything in the question, how can we answer you.
I think you understand the problem
Is there any sectional cutoff for DSE? And what is safe score for a OBC student to get admission ?
i am assuming that you are talking about admission in Delhi school of economics (DSE) .The college offers BA, MA, M. Phil and Ph.D in Economics with over 100 seats. There is a sectional cutoff in DSE in a way that Students applying for UG courses must have scored at least 40% marks. other than that Students who are applying for courses specializing in a subject should have passed that subject in their qualifying examination. there is strick rule saying that 60% marks for those candidates want admission MAor BA in economics. there is some relaxation given to obs student for example being obc student the required marks are 40% for BA and 45% for BA (hons)
hope this help you !
All the best !