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कामकाजी पेशेवरों के लिए एमबीए के बारे में

कामकाजी पेशेवरों के लिए एमबीए के बारे में

कामकाजी पेशेवरों के लिए एमबीए के बारे में

IIM Nagpur is launching the two-year MBA for Working Professionals programme in this academic year (2021-22) for mid to senior level executives, who are looking at accelerating their career growth. The first batch is expected to begin classes in Aug/Sept 2021. This programme is planned as a face-to-face in-class programme* with classes scheduled on three days a week (either weekday evenings or weekends). The programme incorporates minimum 750 hours of course work spread over two years, organized into eight terms of three-months each.

The MBA for Working Professionals programme is designed to equip the participants with formal management education and sharpen their skills to enable them to move into senior leadership roles. The programme aims to develop competent, ethical and professional managers, capable of working in any sector of organized activity, provide leadership and achieve excellence while they contribute to the welfare of their organization as well as the society at large.

Basic Programme Information:

  • Eligibility: Working professionals with minimum 50% marks (or equivalent) in graduation and minimum 3 years of work experience will be eligible to apply.
  • Programme Duration: Two years (the first batch is likely to start around Aug/Sept 2021 and classes will conclude around Sept 2023; the batch will receive their degrees and alumni status in the subsequent Annual Convocation.
  • Curriculum has been curated to match latest industry requirements after benchmarking with the best international as well as Indian management institutes. Valuable inputs from eminent experts and leaders from the industry and academia have been incorporated in the curriculum.

The programme fees, admission process and other relevant details would soon be updated on the website.
(* The classes may have to be conducted online depending on the prevailing pandemic situation and government restrictions)