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About MBA Programme

MBA Education shapes the personality of an individual and makes an individual competent to face the industry pressures. This is done methodically in SIMCA. SIMCA is engaged in Multi-faceted training program structure following the University syllabus and going beyond the syllabus to shape the personality of the student. MBA, one of the most preferred master’s degree includes several business specializations in the field of Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Operations Management and Portfolio Management. Each subject covers an important aspect of the Management ranging from Financing of an enterprise to the recruitment of the right personnel for effective business growth. The degree helps one to understand various management concepts involved in a company and thus also helps one to become an Entrepreneur. It guides one to know the pros and cons of the industry. SIMCA believes in training students using diverse techniques of teaching which includes: a) Research Work b) Simulations and Role Plays c) Case Method d) Group Activities e) Library work f) Group Discussions g) Classroom Training


Research Work:

A high priority for most business schools is to make sure MBA students get hands-on experience within a working environment. Internships are a critical factor for MBA students to get their desired post-graduate job-opportunities. Generally internship posting gets converted into job-offer with the same employer after the completion of the course. During these internships, students are expected to study the real time problems faced by the company - study the problem and carry out systematic research and come up with workable solutions which can be implemented by the organization.


Classroom Training:

SIMCA also believes that theoretical instruction is the best way to get some fundamental concepts and frameworks across. Therefore, the curriculum is a healthy balance of theory and case-based learning.


Case Studies:

Case studies are without doubt an effective way to bring to life business fundamentals. Models and theories are important, but it is setting them in the context of relevant case studies that generates the most enduring learning outcomes. Professors associated with SIMCA are proficient in using the case method as a critical learning tool. In doing so, they are helping students to grasp the practical realities of a business environment.


Beyond the MBA Classroom:

SIMCA thinks outside the box to instill marketable skill set in their graduates. We believe that leadership can be taught and developed, but the best way to do this is not necessarily through classroom based learning. Some of the ways we reinforce the skills are (a) On-Road Sales by students i.e. selling anything and everything with profit margin and (b) business events where students are given specific tasks to perform i.e. designing a complete business plan and make a convincing presentation of their business proposition.


Job Opportunities

B-School programs are designed to help students build their management skills, knowledge-base, leadership and expertise on a wide range of business topics. An MBA is a ticket to get stable future and high paying jobs. B-School degrees are highly valued in all Industries and have a high demand. Some of the job-profiles that are generally offered to MBA graduates are given below



One of the most thrilling career options after MBA is entrepreneurship. It is for those who love to take as your resources are at stake when you start-up your own venture. It can also be called a trial and error method where you can put all the theoretical knowledge into practice, which pays handsomely if put in the right direction. But, traditionally, due to the high level of risk involved not many people chose to go for it. However, recently it is observed that the number of students choosing this option has gone up.



Investment Banking, Equity Research, Credit Analysis, Banking, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Finance and Accounting, Insurance



Brand Management, Product Management, Advertising, Media, FMCG, Sales, Account Management


Information Technology:

Systems development, Project Management, Business Development, Software Sales, BDM, BPO, IT Strategy, e-Business, e-Learning



Management Consulting, Business Research, Analytics, Corporate Strategy, Planning


Human Resources

Generalist, Recruitment, Training, Organizational Development, Learning and Development


Operations & Supply Chain Management

Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Sourcing, Procurement, Manufacturing

International Business

International Marketing & Finance, Global Strategic Management, Export-Import documentation & Procedures, International Business Environment, Global HR.