Sunday, June 14, 2009

B.Tech-MBA at Indraprastha Uty

B.Tech-MBA at Indraprastha Uty

June 13 : University School of Management Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi, has invited applications for admissions to the B.Tech-MBA Dual Degree Programme for the Academic Year 2009-10.

Admissions are open only to students who are in their 4th Semester B.Tech Programmes and studying in the University schools including IGIT. There are 60 seats for the course which will be distributed among various branches of B.Tech Programme in proportion of the number of students in 4th Semester of respective programmes.

Admissions will be given in the order of merit determined on the basis of marks secured by the eligible students in their 1st & 2nd Semester examinations of the B.Tech Programme. Students from a particular branch will be considered only against the seats allocated to that particular branch. However, unfilled seats out of the allotted seats for a particular branch will be filled by the eligible students of other branches on the basis of merit without any regard to the branch.

Annual fee is Rs.5000/- (exclusive of the fee to be paid by them for their B.Tech programme) in their 3rd year and 4th year. The fee to be paid in the 5th year of the programme shall be equivalent to the fee paid by the MBA final year students in that academic year.

Admission from can be downloaded from The last date for submission of applications for the courses commencing on 1st August 2009 is, 30th June 2009. Student admitted to the program will be offered a minimum of two courses in Management discipline every Semester starting from 5th Semester of their B.Tech-MBA programme.

Exemption will be granted in respect of courses, which are covered under scheme of syllabi of their respective B.Tech programme provided, such courses for which exemption are granted are cleared in their B.Tech programme. In the 9th and 10th semester of B.Tech-MBA Programme, the students are required to take 7 and 6 courses respectively which interalia includes courses from major and minor specializations.

Classes for the courses offered in the Management subjects will be held two days in a week including Saturday.

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