Master of Business Administration (MBA)
WHY MBA @ KLR?
students are given different topics to present in class.
Topics include both subject related and general issues.
Normally, latest trends in the field of Management are given
for presentations so that the students are updated with the
Discussions are organised to develop inter-personal skills,
inter-personal relations and team work. In this exercise, the
class is divided into 5 or 6 groups with a group leader.
Groups are assigned tasks with a specified time. After the
task is completed, group leaders are asked to present the
group’s view points. On completion of the presentations,
feedback/discussion session is held.
is a simulation exercise wherein a situation/problem is given
in which two or three prominent characters (roles) are
enacted from the class, two or three volunteers are chosen
and briefed about their roles and problem situation. Two sets
of volunteers enact the situation to enable the audience
(class) to compare and evaluate as to how the roles were
enacted. Feedback/Discussion session follows.
related quiz and Business quiz is organised at the end of
each semester/year and prizes are awarded for best
Analysis exercises are conducted regularly. Students are
given situations and are asked to analyse them immediately.
This will help the students to increase the decision making
skills and analytical skills. It will also test their
College organises seminars by inviting eminent academicians
and practicing managers. This helps the students to develop
their knowledge and gives them an opportunity to interact
with experts in their discipline
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 1
- Assessments Self