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GNLU introduces Two Year MBA Programme in Financial Management and Business Laws

Simran Sahni
24 Jan 2016 2:26 AM GMT
GNLU introduces Two Year MBA Programme in Financial Management and Business Laws
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Gujarat National Law University(GNLU) has introduced Two Year MBA Programme in Financial Management and Business Laws from the academic year 2016-18. The objective of GNLU, being a law university, in initiating MBA in Financial Management and Business Laws is to create and disseminate specialized knowledge, skills and abilities in the mentioned disciplines to nurture managerial and legal acumen of participants. This post graduate programme will cater to the human capital requirements of the Indian and multinational corporations, investment and banking houses, public sector undertakings, regulatory authorities and international organisations, etc. The programme will be specifically suitable for students and young business executives who are searching for integrated answers to the complex questions posed by business regulatory framework.

The programme is a Two year full time residential MBA Programme. The first batch of the programme at GNLU will have strength of thirty (30). The programme will be open to the graduates from any recognized university or institute with minimum qualification in/with commerce, management, law, arts, science and engineering except fine arts. One would be eligible if she/he holds a minimum of 3 year Bachelor’s Degree with at least 55% marks (50% in case of SC/ST) or equivalent CGPA in the above mentioned disciplines.

GNLU will use CAT 2015 score for the admission in this programme; however IIMs will have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme. Sixty percent weightage will be given to the CAT score and Forty percent weightage will be given to Legal Aptitude Test, Group Discussion & Personal Interview to be conducted by GNLU and Academic Record and Prior Work Experience.

For further details please contact Mr. Mahesh Chaudhary, Assistant Professor of Management, GNLU at ([email protected] or 812-8650-871)

For more information about the Programme, Fee Structure, Online Registration etc, click here.

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