Comprehensive process of revision of MBA syllabus

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The workshop “Management Education Beyond 2020” on MBA curricular review jointly organized by KLS IMER & Rani Channamma University, Belagavi was inaugurated on 13th February, 2015 at KLS IMER, Hindwadi, Belagavi

Dr. Dasharath Albal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor RCU Belagvi was the chief Guest, Dr. P. S. Rao, Dean Quality & New Business Initiatives L. N. Wellingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai was the keynote speaker.

In his keynote address Dr. P. S. Rao said that there will be dynamic changes in management education in the future and curriculum is the foundation which involves teaching & learning process. He was of the opinion that in the near future there will be four significant developments i.e., strategy and policy change, growth of service sector, growth of society having human values as well as social values & growth of planed effort of management.

Prof . Dasharath Albal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor RCU, Belagavi in his address said that syllabus should be set according to requirements of industry & changes in society. He added that the new syllabus of RCU should be model for entire country.

Rajendra Belgaumkar, Chairman Governing Council of KLS IMER, Belagavi made a suggestion to make changes in the present rules & regulation of the MBA Curriculum & he stressed that syllabus should be according to current requirement of the corporate world. He appreciated RCU for taking initiative to revise the MBA syllabus periodically to make it current.

In his presidential remarks Prof. V. S. Chatpalli, Chairman PG Department of Business Administration RCU Belagavi spoke about the comprehensive process of revision of MBA syllabus under taken by PG Department of Business Administration to make it one of the best in management education.

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  1. It is quite intriguing that the two universities located in Belgaum have two different sets of syllabus for the MBA course. RCU should have invited VTU also to participate in this Workshop so as to evolve a common syllabus for both the universities.


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