Don Bosco Institute of Technology announces MBA admissions 2017-19
Institute: Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Bangalore
Don Bosco Institute of Technology (DBIT), Bangalore has released the dates for admissions to its Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programme. Offering dual specialisations, the MBA programmes offered by Don Bosco are affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) and Bangalore University. The number of seats offered by VTU and Bangalore University affiliated MBA programmes is 60 and 180 respectively.
Programmes Offered & Fees
First Year - Rs. 1,95,000
Second Year - Rs. 1,40,000
Total - Rs. 3,35,000
Mode Of Application
Applications for MBA programme can be submitted via both online and offline modes.
Application Fee Details
Online and Offline
Eligibility & Selection Process
The minimum graduation percentage required for admissions to MBA programmes offered by Don Bosco Institute of Technology – 50 per cent
The last date to apply for MBA programmes will be decided by the Government of Karnataka for PGCET.
For management quota, applications will be accepted on first come first served basis.
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Questions related to Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Bangalore
when will sessions start in MBA colleges Don Bosco institute of technology
You should remember that the sessions in all the colleges starts from April to July there are already running sessions, firstly when they will pass out then after new sessions will start so about in all colleges even semester exams ands in the mid of April so with taking a gap of 1 to 2 month we can consider that the new sessions will start in June to July
Best of luck.
what is fees structure for PGCET students ?
The fee structure of PGCET might depend upon the different institute
Like universities and constitute have fee structure of about 20000 per annum + university fees
And other private institutions can be varied with their stability
All the best