This is the flagship program of the Institute as well as the Xavier University. The Program leads to the MBA degree of Xavier University, Bhubaneswar. While the Program is based on the standard model of management education as practiced by top-ranking institutions, this Program is distinguished by its rigor and discipline. Program Objectives- This Program is designed to develop competent men and women into accomplished professionals, capable of working in various organizations in the private as well as the public sectors. This MBA Program is designed to develop a holistic perspective about an organization and gain knowledge of various business functions and skills. They would also learn to work in teams and effectively communicate in oral and written form.
The program aims to develop strong analytical skills among the students coupled with the awareness of social and ethical responsibility. Program Design- The Program consists of core course-credits and elective course-credits totaling 105 credits. A course can be of 1.5, 2,3 or 4 credits. One credit is equivalent to 10 contact hours. In the first year, the students are exposed to the core courses only. These are certain basic and functional area courses. The objective is to expose the students to the social and economic environment within which businesses operate in India. At the end of the first year (during the summer vacation), the students are required to spend a minimum of eight weeks in an organization doing a project on some significant aspect or management problem to be given by the host organization. The objective of the summer project is to provide the students with an opportunity to observe an organization in operation and to relate what they have learned to actual practice. The student is required to submit the project report to the guide in the organization and also to the faculty guide at the Institute for evaluation. This is a compulsory requirement to be eligible for the award of the Degree.
The Institute will decide the section-wise as well as total cut-off marks which will be used for short-listing the candidates to be called for Writing Ability Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview. WAT, GD & PI will be held in Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. Candidates will have to meet their own travel expenses for appearing in the Interview session. The final selection will be made on the basis of the candidate's performance in the XAT/CAT/GMAT/X-GMT as well as in the Writing Ability Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview (which factors in the past academic record and relevant work experience). The selected candidates will be informed by mail in the month of April.
The minimum requirement for admission to the Program is a three-year Bachelor's Degree (or equivalent) in any discipline with at least 55% marks in aggregate from a recognized university. Candidates who expect to complete the final part of their degree examinations by June 15, can also apply. Offers of admission to such candidates, if made, will be provisional and will be automatically canceled in the event of their failing to complete all the requirements for obtaining the degree before June 15.
Applicants are required to take any one of the Admission Tests:
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For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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