Master of Business Administration

Our Programs are designed meticulously by integrating Core courses, Discipline-specific electives, Ability enhancement courses (AEC) and Generic electives.

We offer various AECs like oral and written communication, digital courses, Foreign languages, International Business, Tourism Management, Lean management to name a few to further sharpen the abilities of students and make them more employable.

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MBA Department at CSIBER offers
MBA (General), MBA (Business Analytics) and MBA (Banking and Financial Services).

Our MBA programs are two-year, full-time programs with Choice-Based-Credit-System(CBCS) , in which the student is provided with a wide array of choices to choose his/her courses.

Our Programs are designed meticulously by integrating Core courses, Discipline-specific electives, Ability enhancement courses (AEC) and Generic electives.

We offer various AECs like oral and written communication, digital courses, Foreign languages, International Business, Tourism Management, Lean management to name a few to further sharpen the abilities of students and make them more employable. 

Value-Added course on Oral Communication in Semester II

Our MBA programs offer DUAL specialization which gives a student not one, but two solid career choices. The student can choose six specializations viz; Finance, HRM, Marketing, Systems, Production and Agri-Business Management

Leveraging our Autonomy, we have been updating our course curriculum taking feedback from all our stakeholders from time to time to make students 'industry-ready'.

We focus on overall development of our students and use pedagogies that are a mix of lectures, field-based activities, industry visits, Library assignments, workshops, lectures by industry experts etc.

We have one-to-one mentoring to guide students whenever they need it.

The department has student clubs in finance, HR, marketing and also movie club through which students plan and initiate activities to enhance learning. 

College2Corporate where students are placed in organizations for entire day every week to get hands-on exposure to management

The Institute has Career Development Cell to oversee placement activities and prepare students face the selection process with confidence.

MBA (General) Programme Structure 

Under C.B.C.S. Pattern

With Effect from 2019-20

MBA-I, Semester - I

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 101

Perspectives of Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 102

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

4

60

40

60

100

CC 103

Organizational Behaviour

4

60

40

60

100

CC 104

Business Statistics

4

60

40

60

100

CC 105

Fundamentals of Marketing

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE101

( Any One)

DSE 101 (A) Service Sector Management

DSE 101 (B) Family Business Management

DSE 101 (C) IT for Managers 

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)

AEC

101

Life Skills for Managers

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE 101

(Any One)

GE 101 (A) Environment and Development

GE 101 (B) Indian Social Problems & Services

GE 101 (C) Office Automation

GE 101 (D) Principles of Economics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750

 

MBA-I Semester-II

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 201

Managerial Economics

4

60

40

60

100

CC 202

Legal Framework of Business

2

30

20

30

50

CC 203

Research Methodology

2

30

20

30

50

CC 204

Financial Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 205

Managing Human Resource

4

60

40

60

100

CC 206

Introduction to Operations Management

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE 201

(Any One)

DSE 201 (A) Event and Public Relations Management

DSE 201 (B) Operations Research

DSE 201 (C) Advanced MS- Excel

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)

AEC 201

(Any One)

AEC 201 (A) German

AEC 201 (B) Japanese

AEC 201 (C) French

AEC 201 (D) Selling and Negotiation Skills

AEC 201 (E) Leadership Building Lab.

AEC 201 (F) Digital Marketing

AEC 201 (G) Corporate Social Responsibility

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE 201

(Any One)

GE 201 (A) Disaster Management

GE 201 (B) Social Welfare Administration 

GE 201 (C) Management Information System

GE 201 (D) Principles of Microeconomics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750

Value-added course on ORAL COMMUNICATION in Semester II

MBA-II Semester - III

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 301

Strategic Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 302

Start-up and Entrepreneurship Development

4

60

40

60

100

CC 303

Project report and Viva-voce

4

50 days + 30

40

60

100

CC-Spl-1- 304

(Any Two)

CC- Spl-1-304 (A): International Trade And Finance

CC-Spl-I-304 (B): Employee Relations And Labour Law

CC-Spl-I-304 (C): IMC and Sales Management

CC-Spl-I-304 (D): Logistics and Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-I-304 (E): Agri-Business, Entrepreneurship and Cooperatives

CC-Spl-I-304 (F): Knowledge Management and ERP System.

4

4

60

60

40

40

60

60

100

100

Discipline Specific Elective (DSE)

DSE-Spl-II-301

 

(Any Two)

DSE-Spl-II- 301(A): Direct & Indirect Taxes

DSE-Spl-II-301 (B): Strategic And International Human Resource Management

DSE-Spl-II-301 (C): Retailing, Service And Industrial Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-301 (D): Purchasing And Inventory Management

DSE-Spl-II-301 (E): Rural And Agricultural Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-301-(F): Information System Audit And Control

4

4

60

60

40

40

60

60

100

100

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC- 301

AEC-301-(A): Techniques in Lean Management 

AEC- 301-(B): Written Communication

AEC-301-(C): International Business

AEC-301-(D): Tally and GST 

AEC-301-(E): Fundamentals of Tourism Management

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE-301

(Any One)

GE-301-(A)Sustainable Agriculture

GE-301-(B)Counseling: Theory and Practice

GE-301-(C) CYBER Law

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

34

480

340

510

850

MBA-II Semester - IV

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 401

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

4

60

40

60

100

CC-Spl-I-402

(Any Two)

CC-Spl-I-402-(A) Management Accounting And Control System

CC-Spl-I-402- (B) Corporate Psychology

CC-Spl-I- 402-(C) Contemporary Issues In Marketing

CC-Spl-II-402- (D) Modern Approaches To Quality Management

CC-Spl-II-402-(E) Agri-Production And Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-II-402-(F) Applied Data Science And Business Analytics Using R

4

4

60

60

40

40

60

60

100

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE-Spl-II-401

 

(Any Two)

DSE-Spl-II-401- (A) Investment And Portfolio Management

DSE-Spl-II- 401(B) Talent And Human Capital Management

DSE-Spl-II-401-(C) Marketing Strategy, CRM And Retail Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-401-(D) Project Management

DSE-Spl-II-401-(E) Agri-Commodity Markets And Agri-Business.

DSE-Spl-II-401-(F) Software Engineering And I.T. Project Management

4

4

60

60

40

40

60

60

100

100

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC-   401

Change Management

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE-401

GE401- (A) Occupational Health & Safety

GE- 401- (B) Rural Economy

GE- 401-(C) Software Development Selection and Procurement 

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

26

390

260

390

 

650

 

 

MBA  (Banking and Financial Services) Programme

Under C.B.C.S. Pattern

With Effect from 2019-20

MBA-I (Banking and Financial Services), Semester � I

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 101

Banking Operations

4

60

40

60

100

CC 102

Banking and Project Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 103

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

4

60

40

60

100

CC 104

Fundamentals of Marketing

4

60

40

60

100

CC 105

Business Statistics   

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE-101

(Any One)

DSE-101- (A) Service Sector Management

DSE-101-(B) Family Business Management 

DSE-101-(C) IT for Managers (not to be offered to GE Office Automation)

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course

(AEC)

AEC 101

Life Skills for Managers

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE 1(Any One)

GE 101 (A) Environment and Development

GE 101 (B) Indian Social Problems & Services

GE 101 (C) Office Automation

GE 101 (D) Principles of Economics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750


 

MBA-I (Banking and Financial Services), Semester-II

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 201

Research Methodology

2

30

20

30

50

CC 202

Legal Aspects of Banking

4

60

40

60

100

CC 203

Financial Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 204

Organisational Behaviour and Managing Human Resources 

4

60

40

60

100

CC 205

Financial Markets And Services

2

30

20

30

50

CC  206

Retail Banking

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE 201

Any One 

DSE-201-A Event and Public Relations Management

DSE-201-B  Operations Research

DSE-201-C Advanced Excel

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)

AEC 201

(Any One)

AEC 201 (A) German

AEC 201 (B) Japanese

AEC 201 (C) French

AEC 201 (D) Selling and Negotiation Skills

AEC 201 (E) Leadership Building Lab.

AEC 201 (F) Digital Marketing

AEC 201 (G) Corporate Social Responsibility

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE 2

GE 201 (A) Disaster Management

GE 201 (B) Social Welfare Administration 

GE 201 (C) Management Information System

GE 201 (D) Principles of Microeconomics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750

 

Value-added course on ORAL COMMUNICATION in Semester II

MBA-I (Banking and Financial Services), Semester -   III

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 301

Strategic Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC 302

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

4

60

40

60

100

CC 303

Summer Inplant Training

4

50days + 30

40

60

100

CC 304

Equity Markets

4

60

40

60

100

CC-Spl-II-305

(Any One)

CC- Spl-II-305- (A): International Trade And Finance

CC- Spl-II-305 -(B): Employee Relations And Labour Law.

CC-Spl-II-305-(C): IMC and Sales Management

CC-Spl-II-305-(D): Logistics and Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-II-305-(E): Agri-Business, Entrepreneurship and Cooperatives

CC-Spl-II-305-(F): Knowledge Management and ERP System.

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective (DSE)

DSE 301

Bank Financial Management

4

60

40

60

100

DSE-Spl-II 302

(Any One)

DSE-Spl-II-302-(A): Direct & Indirect Taxes

DSE-Spl-II-302-(B): Strategic And International Human Resource Management

DSE-Spl-II-302-(C): Retailing, Service And Industrial Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-302-(D): Purchasing And Inventory Management

DSE-Spl-II-302-(E): Rural And Agricultural Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-302-(F): Information System Audit And Control

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC- 301

AEC-301-(A): Lean Management Techniques

AEC- 301-(B): Written Communication

AEC-301-(C): International Business

AEC-301-(D): Tally ACE 

AEC-301-(E): Fundamentals of Tourism Management

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE- 301

GE-301-(A)Sustainable Agriculture

GE-301-(B) Fundamentals of Counseling 

GE-301-(C) E commerce

GE- 301 (D)  Fundamentals of Macro economics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total 

34

480

340

510

850

 

 

MBA-I (Banking and Financial Services), Semester - IV

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 401

Currency and Treasury Management 

4

60

40

60

100

CC 402

Bank Risk Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC-Spl-II-403

(Any one)

CC-Spl-II-403- (A) Management Accounting And Control System

CC-Spl-II-403- (B) Corporate Psychology

CC-Spl-II-403- (C) Contemporary Issues In Marketing

CC-Spl-II-403- (D) Modern Approaches To Quality Management

CC-Spl-II-403- (E) Agri-Production And Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-II-403- (F) Applied Data Science And Business Analytics Using R

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE 401

International Banking and Forex Management

4

60

40

60

100

DSE-Spl-II-402

(Any One)

DSE-Spl-II-402(A) Investment And Portfolio Management

DSE-Spl-II- 402 (B) Talent And Human Capital Management

DSE-Spl-II-402(C) Marketing Strategy, CRM And Retail Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-402-(D) Project Management

DSE-Spl-II-402 (E) Agri-Commodity Markets And Agri-Business.

DSE-Spl-II-402(F) Software Engineering And I.T. Project Management

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC 401

Rural Banking and Financial Inclusion

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE 401

GE401- (A) Land and Watershed Management

GE- 401- (B) Basics of Social Legislation

GE- 401-(C) Basic Concepts of DBMS 

  1. GE- 401- (D) Indian Economy

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total 

26

390

260

390

650

 

 

STRUCTURE FOR MBA (Business Analytics) 

To be implemented from 

Academic year 2019-20

MBA-I (Business Analytics), Semester I

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC- 101

Principles of Management and   Organizational Behavior

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 102

Accounting for Managerial Decisions

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 103

Database Management Systems 

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 104

Foundations in Mathematics and statistics

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 105

Fundamentals of Marketing

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE-101

( Any One)

DSE- 101- (A) Programming fundamentals and R

DSE- 101- (B) Programming fundamentals and Python

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course(AEC)

AEC- 101

AEC- 101 Life Skills for Managers

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE- 101 (Any One)

GE 101 (A) Environment and Development

GE 101 (B) Indian Social Problems & Services

GE 101 (C) Office Automation

GE 101 (D) Principles of Economics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750




 

MBA-I (Business Analytics), Semester II

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC-201

Economics for Analysts

2

30

20

30

50

CC- 202

Managing Human Resource

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 203

Research Methodology

2

30

20

30

50

CC- 204

Data Warehousing and Data Mining

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 205

Operations Research

4

60

40

60

100

CC- 206

Data Exploration and Data Visualisation

4

60

40

60

100

Ability Enhancement Course

(AEC)

AEC-201

(Any One)

List of choices:

AEC-201-A    German

AEC- 201-B   Japanese

AEC-201- C   French

AEC-201-D Selling and Negotiation Skills

AEC-201-E Leadership -Building Lab.

AEC-201-F  Digital Marketing

AEC-201-G Corporate Social Responsibility

2

30

20

30

50

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE-201

(Any One)

DSE -201-  Simulation Modeling and Expert Systems

4

60

40

60

100

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE-201

GE 201 (A) Disaster Management

GE 201 (B) Social Welfare Administration 

GE 201 (C) Management Information System

GE 201 (D) Principles of Microeconomics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

30

450

300

450

750

 

Value-added course on ORAL COMMUNICATION in Semester II

 

MBA-II (Business Analytics), Semester III

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC-301

Strategic Management

4

60

40

60

100

CC-302

Cloud Computing

4

60

40

60

100

CC-303

Project Report and Viva-Voce

4

50 days

+30 for SIP report guidance 

40

60

100

CC-304

Machine Learning

4

60

40

60

100

CC-Spl-II-305

(Any One)

CC- Spl-II-305- (A): International Trade And Finance

CC- Spl-II-305 -(B): Employee Relations And Labour Law.

CC-Spl-II-305-(C): IMC and Sales Management

CC-Spl-II-305-(D): Logistics and Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-II-305-(E): Agri-Business, Entrepreneurship and Cooperatives

CC-Spl-II-305-(F): Knowledge Management and ERP System.

4

60

40

60

100

DSE-301

Business Analytics using R

4

60

40

60

100

DSE-Spl-II 302

(Any One)


 

DSE-Spl-II-302-(A): Direct & Indirect Taxes

DSE-Spl-II-302-(B): Strategic And International Human Resource Management

DSE-Spl-II-302-(C): Retailing, Service And Industrial Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-302-(D): Purchasing And Inventory Management

DSE-Spl-II-302-(E): Rural And Agricultural Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-302-(F): Information System Audit and Control

 

4

 

60

 

40

 

60

 

100

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC- 301

(Any One)

AEC 301 (A): Lean Management Techniques 

AEC 301 (B): Written Communication

AEC 301 (C): International Business

AEC 301 (D): Tally and GST 

AEC 301 (E): Fundamentals of Tourism Management

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE-301

(Any One)

GE-301-(A)Sustainable Agriculture

GE-301-(B) Fundamentals of Counseling 

GE-301-(C) E commerce

GE- 301 (D)  Fundamentals of Macroeconomics

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

34

480

340

510

850

 

 

MBA-II (Business Analytics), Semester IV

Nature of Choice Subject Code

Subject

Credits

Contact Hours

Int.

Marks

Ext. Marks

Total

Marks

 

Core Component

(CC)

CC 401

Big Data Analytics

4

60

40

60

100

CC-402

Social Media Analytics

4

60

40

60

100

CC-Spl-II 403

(Any One)

CC-Spl-II-403- (A) Management Accounting And Control System

CC-Spl-II-403- (B) Corporate Psychology

CC-Spl-II-403- (C) Contemporary Issues In Marketing

CC-Spl-II-403- (D) Modern Approaches To Quality Management

CC-Spl-II-403- (E) Agri-Production And Supply Chain Management

CC-Spl-II-403- (F) Applied Data Science And Business Analytics Using R

 

4

60

40

60

100

Discipline Specific Elective

(DSE)

DSE-401

Analytics for Business Decisions 

4

60

40

60

100

DSE-Spl-II-402

 

(Any One)

DSE-Spl-II-402 (A) Investment And Portfolio Management

DSE-Spl-II-402 (B) Talent And Human Capital Management

DSE-Spl-II-402 (C) Marketing Strategy, CRM And Retail Marketing

DSE-Spl-II-402 (D) Project Management

DSE-Spl-II-402 (E) Agri-Commodity Markets And Agri-Business.

DSE-Spl-II-402 (F) Software Engineering And I.T. Project Management

4

60

40

60

100

 

Ability Enhancement course

(AEC)

AEC-    401

Change Management

2

30

20

30

50

Generic Elective

(GE)

GE-401

GE401- (A) Land and Watershed Management

GE- 401- (B) Basics of Social Legislation

GE- 401-(C) Basic Concepts of DBMS

GE- 401- (D) Indian Economy

4

60

40

60

100

   

Total

26

390

260

390

650

ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR MBA:

Eligibility conditions and requirements for admissions for admission to MBA (As per CET Cell, Government of Maharashtra, 2019):

 (1) Maharashtra State Candidature Candidate.-

(i) The Candidate should be an Indian National;

(ii) Passed minimum three year duration Bachelor's Degree awarded by any of the Universities recognized by University Grants Commission or Association of Indian Universities in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent ( at least 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons With Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) or its equivalent;

(iii) Obtained non zero score in CET conducted by the Competent Authority (MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2019).

(2) All India Candidature Candidates, Jammu and Kashmir Migrant

Candidature Candidates.-

(i) The Candidate should be an Indian National;

(ii) Passed minimum Three year duration Bachelor�s Degree awarded by the University recognised by University Grants Commission or Association of Indian Universities in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent (at least 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons With Disability belonging

to Maharashtra State only) or its equivalent;

(iii) Obtained non zero positive score in one of the following examinations;

CET conducted by the Competent Authority (MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2019), Common Admission Test conducted by Indian Institute of Management (CAT), Common Management Aptitude Test Conducted by All India Council for Technical Education (CMAT) Graduate Management Aptitude Test Conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council, United States of America(GMAT), Management Aptitude Test Conducted by All India Management Association (MAT), Entrance Test for Management Admissions conducted by The Association of Indian Management Schools (ATMA), Xavier Aptitude Test conducted by Xavier School of Management Jamshedpur (XAT), valid for admissions during the Academic year 2019-20.

CHH. SHAHU INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION & RESEARCH (CSIBER), 

KOLHAPUR- 416004 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR 2019-2020

M.B.A. PROGRAMME (General, Business Analytics and Banking and Financial Services)

Reopening Day: 08/07/2019

Teaching Schedule for Semester - I & III

Activity

Date

Avg. Contact  Hrs. per Day

No. of Days

No. of Contact Hrs.

Total Contact Hours

Teaching Learning 

08-07-2019 to 31-07-2019

6

21

126

492

Commencing of MBA-I, Semester-I 

01-08-2019 to 31-08-2019

6

24

144

Teaching Learning

01-09-2019 to 30-09-2019

6

23

138

Teaching Learning

01-10-2019 to 19-10-2019

6

14

84

Diwali Vacation 

21-10-2019 to 02-11-2019

 

13

   

Teaching Learning 

04-11-2019 to 30-11-2019

6

24

144

144

Preparation Leave

01-12-2019 to 04-12-2019

--

04

--

--

                              Total hours of Teaching Learning:

 

110

636

636

Semester-End Exams

05/12/2019 to 31/12/2019

       

Teaching Schedule for Semester - II & IV

Activity

Date

Avg. Contact  Hrs. per Day

No. of Days

No. of Contact Hrs.

Total Contact Hours

 

Teaching Learning

01-01-2020 to 31-01-2020

6

27

162

540

01-02-2020 to 29-02-2020

6

25

150

01-03-2020 to 31-03-2020

6

25

150

01/04/2020 to  15/04/2020

6

13

78

                        Total hours of Teaching Learning:

 

90

540

540

Semester End Exams

16/04/2020 to 10/05/2020

       

       

Number of Working Days :                                                                  110 + 90 = 200 days

Total number of Contact Hours for MBA-I ( Semester I & II):       200 *  6 1200 Hours

 

Summer in-plant training must be completed by a student for minimum of 50 days after MBA-I examinations.


 

List of Holidays in the Academic Year

 

1.

Republic Day

5.

Ambedkar Jayanti

9.    

Bakari Eid

2.

Rang Panchhami

6.

Maharashtra Day

10.

Ganesh Chaturthi

3.

Gudi Padva

7.

Ramjan Eid

11.

Dasara

4.

Shiv Jayanti

8.

Independence Day

12.

Christmas

 

End of Academic year 2019-20: 11/05/2020            Reopening Day of Academic year 2020-21: 15/06/2020

 

Mrs. Madhura K. Mane                                                                                          Dr. M. M. Ali

Chairperson, MBA Programme.                                                                                      Director.

 


FAQs:

  • How can I get admission for MBA at CSIBER?

Candidates interested to seek admission to our MBA Programs must appear for  MH-CET conducted by Govt. of Maharashtra every year. 

  • When do the MBA classes commence?

MBA classes commence as per the guidelines of CET Cell, mostly in August.

  • What is Dual specialization? Will I get dual specialization for Business Analytics and Banking and Financial Services?

Dual specialization means that the student can opt for two specializations in second year from Finance, HRM, Marketing, Systems, Production and Systems. 

For MBA(Business Analytics), one specialization will be Business Analytics and other can be chosen by the student as per his/her choice. For MBA (Banking and Financial Services) also, one specialization will be in BFS, while other can be chosen by the student.

  • What is the maximum period to complete MBA?

A period of 6 years is allowed for a student to complete his coursework and pass courses (subjects) of MBA. After 6 years, the performance becomes null and void.

  • What are the passing criteria for MBA?

Every course of 100 marks carries 4 credits. Out of 100,  60 marks will be based on semester-end written examination, while 40 marks will be based on internal/ concurrent evaluation. Internal/ concurrent evaluation will be based on class participation, quiz on Moodle and any two out of the following options like field-based activity, case studies, book review, scrap book, seminar, group assignment, viva voce, practical, mid-term test etc.

The student must secure 40% marks out of 60 and 40 for individual passing and an aggregate of 50% out of 100 for every course to pass the course.

  • Who will award the degree of MBA?

CSIBER is an Autonomous institute affiliated to Shivaji University. So, the degree will be awarded by Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

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