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OBJECTIVE

MBA at DIAS facilitates the students to: become specialists in different functional areas of management grab excellent job opportunities in the country and abroad become effective leaders, who can achieve exceptional results and transform organisations Strengthen their decision making capabilities in different functional areas of management
  • Develop a holistic perspective and global mindset to problems of the enterprise
  • Foster a better understanding of the working of the Government, Public and Private Sectors
  • Inculcate values of integrity, justice and fairness
On the successful completion of the program requirements, a student is awarded a Post-Graduate Degree in Business Administration by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, which also has the approval of the All India Council of Technical Education, Government of India.


PEDAGOGY

Teaching methods for MBA at DIAS include- lectures, case studies, seminars, group discussions, role plays, simulation exercises, extensive on the job industrial training, real life projects and field visits. The emphasis is on involving the students in the learning and helping them to relate concepts and theories to business requirements. Consistent with advances in teaching technology, the program integrates the use of computers in learning of the basic principles in different functional areas of management. It also enables students to acquire skills in identifying and dealing with complex problems in management, especially in the era of globalisation of industrial and commercial activities and the tremendous competition that ensues.

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AWARD OF DEGREE

MBA A student shall obtain his/her degree if
  • He/she has registered himself/herself undergone and secured the required minimum credits for all the core and elective courses and completed the project report/ dissertation specified in the curriculum of his/her programme within the stipulated time:
  • There are no dues outstanding in his/her name to the school or university; and
  • No disciplinary action is pending against him/her.
  • The minimum period for completion of a course is equal to the number of semesters for the course prescribed and the maximum period for completion of a course having n semesters will be 4 plus n semesters.

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