Programme

PhD

Each student, admitted to the Ph D programme shall be required to undertake course work for a period of one semester within a continuous period of two semesters. The course work shall be organized by the University Departments for students registered at the Departments. The Course (III) shall be prepared by the Supervising Teacher in consultation with the Doctoral Committee concerned. The Supervising Teacher shall submit a draft syllabus for course (III) within a week of the meeting of the Doctoral Committee. All courses shall be forwarded to the Vice Chancellor for approval through the Research Director who shall monitor the conduct of the coursework for quality assurance both at the University Departments and Research Centres. Candidates with M Phil shall be exempted from courses (I) and (II). The course work in their case shall be limited to the third course (course III) of 4 credits. The pattern of evaluation and grading in the Departments will be the same as the pattern of evaluation/grading followed for M Phil programmes under CSS. However, no student who has not acquired a minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of 5 shall be qualified to continue research. A Ph D candidate in a University Department who fails to acquire the minimum GPA of 5 can avail of another chance to improve his/her GPA by repeating the end-semester exams for the courses to be held a year later. No further chance for improving the evaluation of the course work shall be given. Such candidates cannot continue Ph D research.

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M.Phil ( Business Studies)

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The Master of Philosophy in Business Studies is programmme designed and well-founded for smooth transition into advanced research including doctoral level. The programme empowers the researchers with domain specific capabilities and methodological competencies.

COURSE DURATION

The duration of the programme shall be spread in one full year with two semesters. Each semester shall consist of 6 months. Instruction and University examinations in each course in a semester shall be completed within 90 days in a semester. Each semester shall comprise of minimum of 16 instructional weeks of days each of 5 hours a day (Total contact hours 400).Continuous internal evaluation during the course period and university examination at the end of each semester shall be conducted

ELIGIBILITY  FOR ADMISSION

A pass with not less than 55% marks in the post graduate examination of the following subjects:

  1. B A
  2. B.Com
  3. H.R.M
  4. Economics
  5. M.S c

Candidates belonging to SC/ST communities shall eligible for concession as per university rule

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Admission to M. Phil in Business studies shall be on the basis of merit determined by the admission scores obtained by the candidate seeking admission computed by adding together the weightage of marks as specified below

(a) Academic qualification – 100

(b) Entrance Test – 40

(c) Interview – 10

Total – 150

A rank list shall be prepared by the School based on the final rank score computed as above and admission shall be conducted to the M.Phil Programme. While preparing the rank list, if there is same index mark for more than one candidate, they will be ranked on the basis of the score of the test. Even after this, there is a tie they will be ranked on the basis of actual marks obtained for qualifying examination. If tie exists even after with this, the date of birth is to be considered and the elder person is to be given preference in the admission. The whole admission process will be monitored by an admission committee constituted from the faculty members and Director/HOD of the School as Chairman. The Common Admission Test to be conducted by the university every year as per the regulation. The admission test is designed to access the candidates ability in verbal reasoning, English grammar and comprehension, data interpretation, general knowledge, research methodology and functional areas of business management.

MBA

INTRODUCTION

The MBA (Full-time) Degree programme of the School of Management and Business Studies, Mahatma Gandhi University is designed to meet the demand for trained and professional people at the top level management of business organizations; to attract talented young people to business management; and to nurture entrepreneurial capabilities.

COURSE DURATION

The duration of the MBA (Full-time) programme of the School of Management and Business Studies will be two years consisting of four semesters. Each semester shall consist of 16 instructional weeks of five days each of five hours per day.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

A pass in any Bachelor’s Degree Examination of Mahatma Gandhi University or an equivalent degree of any other universities duly recognized by Mahatma Gandhi University with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate for all parts of examination OR a Masters Degree in any subject. Only a pass in the qualifying exam is required for SC/ST candidates. Those who are awaiting final semester results of qualifying exam can also apply provided that they should produce certificates and mark list of qualifying exam before the commencement of their first semester MBA examination.

Candidates should have valid CMAT/CAT/ KMAT score.

Relaxation of marks and Reservation of seats are based on University/ Government Rules.

Admission Procedure

Admission to MBA (Full-time) Degree programme of the School is based on the score obtained in CMAT/CAT/KMAT, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview in the ratio 80:10:10. Based on the performance on the Entrance Test, Group Discussion and Interview, the Rank list for MBA admission will be prepared. While preparing the rank list, if there is same index marks for more than one candidate, he/she will be ranked on the basis of actual marks obtained in the qualifying exam. Even after this, if there is a tie; they will be ranked on the basis of date of birth that is the elder person is to be ranked higher.

Scheme of the Programme

The duration of the MBA (Full-time) programme of the School of Management and Business Studies will be two years consisting of four semesters. Each semester shall comprise of a minimum of 16 instructional weeks. Every semester will be adjusted to have at least 90 working days. Continuous Internal Assessment based evaluation during the course period and End Semester Examination at the end of each semester shall be conducted.