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Have you recently completed a Bachelor’s Degree? Are you interested in pursuing a good management program? If yes, this article will be of great help to you. In this article, we will be conducting an in-depth analysis of MBA courses.

This article will help you understand:

1. What MBA courses are all about
2. The different types of MBA programs available right now
3. What’s the course content like
4. The scope associated with this academic program

MBA stands for Master in Business Administration. It is a postgraduate level course. The main aim of this course is to instil management skills and knowledge in students. If you want to take up key administrative and managerial roles in companies, corporate firms, MNCs and businesses, you must have adequate knowledge about the fundamentals of management. It takes a certain amount of management knowledge and skills to thrive in administrative roles. This is where a management education course like MBA comes handy. MBA is one of the most popular 2-year professional courses that’s always in high demand. MBA is a globally accepted master of post-graduate level degree. The core courses in an MBA program cover a variety of areas of business such as finance, accounting, marketing, operations, human resources, amongst others. Many reputed Top MBA colleges in India offer MBA courses. These business schools conduct different entrance examinations such as CAT, MAT, XAT, GMAT etc. to secure admissions on the basis of the scores attained by students in any of these examinations.

N.L Dalmia is one of the best institutes for MBA in Mumbai, and you can apply online to get admission in this management institute. This Institute is quite popular among students all around the country, who wish to pursue higher management studies and courses like MBA.

TYPES OF COURSES
There are two main types of MBA programs available in India:

General MBA course
MBA specialization courses
GENERAL MBA: General MBA course focuses on the basics of management. It allows students to understand the various aspects of the management field. The curriculum of the general MBA program in most MBA colleges comprises of core management subjects and few elective subjects.

Some of the core management subjects are:

Finance Management
HR Management
Economics
Organizational Behavior
Project work
Economics
Accounting
Business laws
Economics principles of management
Entrepreneurship
Communication skills
Business Communication
Business planning
Business Environment
Marketing Management
Retail Management
Computer Application
Taxation
Generally, the first year of an MBA program has core subjects. There are different elective subjects in the second year, and their availability varies from college to college

SPECIALIZATION COURSES
MBA specialization programs have focus on a discipline of your choice. Such programs cover subjects related to the field of specialization as well as the core management subjects such as :

MBA in Marketing
MBA in Finance
MBA in Human Resource
MBA in Information Technology (IT)
MBA in International Business (IB)
MBA in Health Care Management
MBA in Supply Chain Management
MBA in Rural Management
MBA in Operation Management
ELIGIBILITY
Minimum educational qualification required is – completed Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University/Institute. Minimum aggregate marks criteria may exist and it varies from one institute to another.

MBA colleges require the fulfilment of the following eligibility criteria:

The candidate should have completed Bachelor’s Degree course from a recognized University/Institute.
Minimum aggregate marks criteria may exist, and it may vary from one institute to another. However, 55-60% is the usual benchmark.


COURSE FORMATS
MBA programs are available in many different formats. Some of the notable course formats are :

Full-Time MBA Programs: This is for 2 years that comprise 4 semesters. Full-time programs are just like other regular academic programs, and it consists of regular classroom lectures.
Part-Time MBA Programs: This program is pursued by working professionals. These programs are more flexible than full-time programs.
Distance MBA Programs: Most of the MBA colleges and institutes all over India provide distance learning option in different courses including MBA.
Online MBA Programs: Students study virtually in online MBA programs. They get online lectures in this type of an MBA.
Executive MBA Programs: This MBA is for working professionals. The eligibility to take admission in an Executive MBA is to have minimum 3 to 5 years of working experience.
Getting an MBA degree from N.L. Dalmia will empower you with a globally relevant, recognized & valued education, bestowing you with several different opportunities as you study 1 year in India & the 2nd year in U.S.A.
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Interesting post.
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