MBA course in Infrastructure

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TERI University has opened admissions for its two-year MBA course in Infrastructure. The course is responding to the human resource needs of the infrastructure sector that are expected to experience rapid growth. The programme equips students with managerial skills in core subjects and also imparts knowledge of technical, regulatory and sustainability aspects of infrastructure management. Students can also specialise in managerial skills for specific sectors like energy, transport, roads and telecom. The curriculum includes a blend of academic courses, exposure to real life cases and work experience.

The course is being offered in two optional streams; stream I for graduates without work experience and stream II for graduates with work experience.

For stream I, applicants need a bachelor’s degree with at least 50 per cent marks and for stream II a bachelor's degree along with minimum two years experience in sectors like government, regulatory bodies, industry, research/academic institutions and donor/consultant organisations.

The tuition fee per semester is Rs. 1,75,000 and the last date for applying is April 26.

Apeejay Stya University has invited applications for its Master of Business Administration course in Marketing, Finance and HR which will be offered in its School of Management Sciences, Sohna. The course is for two years and any graduate with a minimum score of 50 per cent is eligible to apply. CAT / MAT / XAT / GMAT / CMAT scores will also be considered for selection.

Application forms are available across all Apeejay schools and higher institutions across the country.

Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce held their 87{+t}{+h}Annual Day here on Wednesday with Human Resource Development Minister Dr. M. M. Pallam Raju as the chief guest.

Speaking about the education system in India, Dr. Pallam Raju said: “Higher education is going through a transformation with new practices worldwide and the need of the country is to incorporate these practices in the system. We must have a strategy on how our human resource will be recognised globally; the foundation must be made through academics. With the changing economy and increase in younger population the government is trying to ensure that the young population is given education and the skill sets for them to grow and be recognised globally.”

Former students were also facilitated with the “Best Alumni Awards” and other medals and prizes were given to current and graduating students.

Vijetha S.N



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