|M.Phil (Business Management)|
Program Type: Weekend
The objective of the M.Phil program is “To produce internationally recognized researchers / academicians with an integrated perspective on management to address complex issues in the national and international context.” M.Phil program in Business Management is designed to make a difference in the fields of business education and applied research. The program has a very strong research focus which is grounded in specified course work. Based on two-year duration for M.Phil, the students are motivated to learn and apply the research tools and to produce high quality research output for industry. The objective is to enable students to develop analytical skills to identify the various business issues of industry and to suggest possible and viable solutions through their research work. Finally the M.Phil program endeavors to produce high quality professionals who could serve effectively in academia and industry.
The duration of the course for the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in full residence shall not be less than four semesters and more than six semesters for whole time students and not less than six semesters for the University employees admitted as part time students.
Out of total two years duration, one and half year, i.e., within the first three semesters of the program students are expected to complete the course work of 27 credit hours (9 courses of 3 credit hours each). Starting in the fourth semester, Students shall carry out the research and produce MPhil Thesis of 6 credit hours.
Core Courses (12 credit hours)
The students of the MPhildegree program in business management are required to complete the following four core courses with a total of 12 credit hours.
Elective Courses (15 Credit Hours)
The students have flexibility to choose further 15 credit hours course offerings depending upon the chosen stream of studies.
The students will be offered following elective courses depending upon their focus and interest. They will have to complete 5 courses with a total of 15 Credit Hours.
Thesis write-up will start after the approval of the research proposal by the MPhil research committee. Final thesis would be sent for evaluation from two experts. On the basis of the Evaluation Report by two experts the student will be required to take a Viva examination. The examiners will include external and internal examiner. All scholars must publish a scholarly paper in an HEC recognized journal for the award of MPhil degree.
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