Integrated BBA + MBA

Narayana Business School, Ahmedabad

Integrated BBA + MBA
Course Type:
MBA
Tuition Fee:
INR 10,55,000
Duration:
60 Months
Approved by:
AICTE, UGC
Total Seats:
180

Admissions: To apply, submit details below…

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Course Highlights

Integrated MBA + PGPCE Program, a five-year course,  for class XII pass out students who look forward to a career in business management. It enhances students’ managerial skills and knowledge based on ethical considerations. Students who wish to pursue a five-year integrated MBA shall have an added advantage in terms of the syllabus as in the five-year program, as there is no repetition of courses or subjects. Time and expenses are saved in Integrated MBA as candidates need not appear for the entrance exam and selection process twice (at UG and PG level), hence saving one year that goes into preparation for entrance exams. Students pursuing an Integrated MBA will have a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of business management and the opportunity to pursue chosen areas of specialization.

 

Focus Oriented Management Course specializes in:

  • Blended Learning
  • Entrepreneurial Skill Development
  • Implementing New Paradigms of Teaching
Eligibility
Exams Taken
Other Entrance Exams
Work Experience
Not Applicable
Admissions Process

Candidates has to appear for NBSAT .

Candidate will be shortlisted for further admission process (GD-PI) based on her/his overall NBSAT Score.

Shortlisted candidates will be intimated for GD/PI dates.

Final Results will be declared on the basis of performance in above components

 

Last Date to Apply: 15th April  2021

Important Dates
Interview & GD Process
Group discussion | Personal Interview
Seats
Seats: 180

Placements

Placement 2020

All
Average Salary: 6,50,000 per annum
Highest Salary: 16,00,000 per annum
Top Recruiters: Citi Bank, HDFC Bank, S&P Global, L&T, Dabur, Byju’s, MyGate, Vivo, Extra Marks, Topper, COCO-COLA, HCL, XL Dynamics, PolyCab, Bajaj Finserv

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