Total fee for batch 2018-20 = Rs. 7,25,000.00 /-
Lighting Industry is witnessing tremendous growth. Considering the demand and supply of lighting professionals, MIT School of Technology has launched MBA in Lighting and Energy Management.It is a unique program, first of its kind in the country on the education of Lighting with the aim of developing Professionals needed for the Lighting Industry. This course will bring awareness about this vital source of Energy, its optimum utilization and conservation aiming at ultimate saving of natural resources and Saving Environment.Job opportunities are with Philips, Osram, Bajaj Electricals, Crompton Greaves, Wipro, GE and many more
CAT / XAT / MAT / GMAT / MAH-CET scores. However, as CAT / XAT / MAT / GMAT / MAH-CET scores are issued to the students, any student who has appeared for the CAT / XAT / MAT / GMAT / MAH-CET examinations can apply for our courses with the respective scores. However, the XAT / MAT/ GMAT and MAH-CET scores will be equalized and validated to the CAT score value and that will only be counted for the purpose of merit list. Anyone having any objection to the same, need not to apply. We do not believe in any cut-off points for the entrance examination, while making the merit list.
Any Graduate with Physics in 12th with consistent academic track record of 50% and above. The scores of competitive Management exams such as CAT / XAT / MAT (Sept, Dec, Feb & May) / GMAT (Taken in the last five years) / ATMA and CMAT are taken into consideration to filter potential candidates.
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