Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) affiliated from Delhi University is likely to introduce a two-year Masters of Business Administration (MBA) postgraduate degree programme from 2017 onwards.
About MBA from SRCC
SRCC will not require approval from University Grants Commission for this course as it will be funded by the college itself. The course, which is currently pending approval by the university, is expected to have a profile similar to MBA programmes offered by IIMs. The college is expected to offer 65 seats.
The MBA programme will be divided into four semesters, the programme will offer 18 additional courses. The officiating principal of SRCC, RP Rustagi said that "The new course will replace the existing two-year postgraduate Global Business Operations (GBO) diploma programme.” He also added that "We are waiting for the MBA programme to be approved by the university."
The admission procedure for GBO diploma differs from the rest of the courses at the college as its registration process for the 2017-19 batch was conducted in January this year.
The MBA degree programme will soon be upgrade to the existing GBO diploma, its curriculum will be entirely different. It is expected to offer the same subjects and electives as offered by the IIMs.
At present, out of the five courses at SRCC, GBO is the only diploma programme which offers post-graduate degree. "We are looking forward to replacing the existing two-year diploma course with a degree programme. Students will then have the advantage of getting a postgraduate degree rather than a diploma," mentioned a member of the college administration.
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