New Delhi: From the next academic session, Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar University is going to offer a two-year full-time Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programme. 

Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit released the brochure for the MBA programme (2012-2014) at a special function organized at the India Habitat Centre here on Tuesday.

The MBA programme will attempt to integrate issues and concepts of Business Administration, Public Policy and Social Entrepreneurship, into each other and thus will link the three interconnected fields of knowledge and practice.

Ten schools have been opened under the university.

Professor Shyam B Menon, Vice Chancellor, AUD, said, “SBPPSE and its flagship MBA programme are in tune with AUD’s vision of bridging the gap between business and public systems, market and society, and equity and excellence.”

The MBA at the University is designed with the vision that students of business and entrepreneurship would be better equipped to deal with real world issues if they are provided with adequate appreciation of the issues and concerns of the wider society and the larger economy.

JPN/Bureau