MBA Programme

Master of Business Administration

This department is running AICTE approved MBA Programme since January 1989. It is a 2-year (full time) integrated course, in which cosmopolitan students from all disciplines are selected through Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) conducted by All India council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi

Structure-Pattern of the CMAT

No. of sections: The CMAT will have the following four sections with multiple choice questions. (MCQ)

Section No. Section Name No. of questions Marks per section
1 Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation 25 100
2 Logical reasoning 25 100
3 Language comprehension 25 100
4 General Awareness 25 100
Total 100 400

Expected Duration of the CMAT: 3 hours (180 minutes).

Expected Time per section in CMAT: 45 minutes.

Marking Scheme for CMAT: 4 marks per correct answer. Incorrect answers will carry a penalty of 1 mark.

CMAT Sample Questions

There are 4 sections in the CMAT. The following links will provide you with sample questions in each of the four sections and will help you understand the question types expected in CMAT 2012.

The Course structure is divided into four semesters. First semester emphasises on the foundation of muti-disciplinary approach to management while the second semester focuses on introducing the different specialization areas to the students. Third and fourth semester have integrative papers and elective groups of specialization. The curriculum offers a dual specialization pattern in which Marketing is a compulsory specialization and the Finance, HR & IT are the elective specialisations.

So far nineteen batches and more than 1100 students have successfully completed their MBA Course from this department and most of them are well placed in the eminent organisations of national and international repute. Some of them have reached the level of Vice- President, Assistant Vice-President, Group General Manager, National Manager, Regional Manager and the type. Our alumni have made their presence felt not only in corporate world but also in public sector, banking sector and in academics institutions.

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