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BML Munjal University invites applications for MBA class of 2021 - 23

BML Munjal University invites applications for MBA class of 2021 - 23
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December 4, 2020: BML Munjal University (BMU), a Hero Group Initiative, today announced opening the application process online for the class of 2021-23 MBA programme under its School of Management (SOM). The Two Year full time MBA program offers specialisation in Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Business Analytics, Operations to the students .The application process has started and the early admission date is 10th December, 2020. The School of Management has been ranked 37th among all management institutions across India in the NIRF Rankings 2020. BMU across all its disciplines, will start the new academic year at its state of the art, fully residential campus spread across 50 acres in Gurugram.

Despite the Covid-19 situation, BMU has been consistently using standards-based systems and technology platforms to deliver classes which are being scheduled as per their regular timetable. BMU also tied up with Mercer Mettl to conduct online examinations and this proved to be a successful association.

The curriculum of the MBA programmes are drawn on the overall ethos of BMU, of transforming students into well-rounded, industry-ready individuals, who are equipped to take on leadership responsibilities. The university strives to incorporate multi dimensions of creative thinking and design to all its disciplines. BMU delivers this through its unique experiential-learning environment that nurtures the spirit of inquiry, creativity, problem-solving, entrepreneurship and innovation; and promotes hands-on and cross-disciplinary learning.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Vishal Talwar, Dean - School of Management at BMU said, “BMU’s MBA program has been well received since its inaugural year in 2014. This pandemic has made us change a lot of things and rethink the way we impart education to our students. The University has been constantly working to ensure our students are well mentored, trained and made employable in India and globally armed with a practical knowledge and interdisciplinary approach. It is heartening to see that the learning and enthusiasm has continued not only with the faculty but also with the students. I am excited to invite the bright minds to join our programme for the new batch and look forward to the new session.”

The eligibility criteria for the application would be a Bachelor’s degree and standardised test scores as per university admissions’ criteria mentioned on the website www.bmu.edu.in. The students who have not appeared in any standardized tests will have to appear for the BMU-MAT (BMU’s Management Aptitude Test). All short-listed candidates will have to appear for a Case Discussion (CD)/Personal Interview (PI). Admissions to the School of Management are purely on the basis of merit and aptitude.

The core focus at the school is every individual student’s personal transformation. The University brings together outstanding academics, industry professionals, experienced researchers and the latest facilities to deliver a unique hands-on and multi-disciplinary learning experience.

About BML Munjal University

Named after the late Founder Chairman of the Hero Group, BML Munjal University (BMU) is a unique not-for-profit initiative founded by the promoters of the Hero Group. BMU is mentored by Imperial College London and is engaged in creating, preserving, and imparting internationally benchmarked knowledge and skills. The university seeks to transform higher education in India by creating a world-class innovative teaching, learning and research environment. It envisions to become a nursery for the leaders of tomorrow and a repository of knowledge.

The various undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral programmes offered in the University are: Ph.D, MBA, B.Tech, BBA, B.A. (Hons) Economics, B. Com (Hons), B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.)

The School of Management at BML Munjal University has been ranked 37th among all management institutions across India in the NIRF Rankings 2020.

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