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NMIMS Amalgamate Two of its MBA Programmes to Address Industrial Requirements

Feb 4, 2014 17:20 IST

    India’s Premiere Business School, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) located in Mumbai has taken a decision to merge two of its focused-MBA programmes i.e. MBA (Banking) and MBA (Capital Markets) with its flagship MBA Programme.

    The intention behind combining of the management programmes is to meet the changing recruitment scenario especially the Banking and BFSI sector, where candidates are preferred on the basis of their having flagship MBA programme degree. Besides, also noticing the aspirant’s strong inclination towards flagship MBA programme as compared to other focused programmes, told Vice-Chancellor of NMIMS Dr Rajan Saxena.

    As per Dr. Rajan the flagship MBA programme shall facilitate aspirants to obtain more job opportunities in the present market scenario. He added that NMIMS has the policy to go along with the present times and hence reviews all of its programmes time to time, to update the curriculum on regular intervals, as and when needed to meet the industry requirements.

    After the MBA Banking and Capital Market programme will be merged, the admission seats in the NMIMS - MBA programme will rise to 500. Furthermore, the students will also be allowed to enroll himself in 'Corporate Finance', 'Banking and Risk Management', and 'Capital Market and Investment Banking '.

    The flagship MBA programme contains electives across specializations such as marketing, finance, operations, strategy, IT, economics, HR etc, which will pave more ways and bring greater opportunities for the students, in the present market scenario by meeting the recruiters needs.

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