Master Of Business Administration (MBA)

MBA SM Admissions Open 2018 – 19

Mr. Bhushan Mehare, Programme Head


Management education in recent years has moved beyond basic streams in line with industry and macroeconomic requirements. Management aspirants are also venturing to explore opportunities in upcoming streams beyond the essential fundamental ones. Marketing function is one of the most crucial and dynamic functions of any organizations and so are the rewarding careers in marketing.

In recent years, there is a great demand for industry specific skill sets. This has led to emergence of many specializations which are in line with dynamic industry demandswhich promise a good future for students to pursue their dream and ambitions.

Sports Management is one such fast emerging industry. Sports management includes business activities such as marketing, planning, organizing, directing, controlling, budgeting, client servicing, hospitality, contract negotiations, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), analytics, data and more.


  • To explore current trends and key concepts in sport management
  • To enable students to further develop analytical and decision-making skills and to encourage reflective practice
  • To inculcate essential business & marketing skills blended with specialized knowledge in sports management that will prepare learners for career across various corporate houses spread across diverse industry. (Sports industry; Telecom; CSR; FMCG; Finance and more)
  • To provide a truly engaging and enriching experience to learners with an opportunity to explore variety of sports interests leading to progression.
  • To aim for holistic development of the students by inculcating business ethics and values with a broader objective of prorogating the cause of world peace.
  • To introduce students to a range of concepts and theories that will enable them to critically analyze sports organizations contexts and functions both nationally and internationally
  • To enable students to recognize, plan and develop appropriate management skills necessary to build a strong network in the sport industry.
  • To help gain meaningful employment.
  • To recognize the power of sports in bringing about social inclusion.


A blend of periodic written assessment and Continuous Assessment will be used for better student engagement and effective evaluation
  • The Program comprises of 6 Trimesters and adopts the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Grading System.
  • Components of Assessment are suggested as
    • Final University Trimester End Written Exam : 30 %
    • Class Continuous Assessment (by course teacher) : 70 %
  • Continuous Assessment (Concurrent Evaluation): A continuous assessment approach in Trimester system (also known as internal assessment) is spread through the duration of course and is done by the course teachers. The continuous assessment provides a feedback on teaching learning process. The feedback after being analyzed is passed on to the concerned student for implementation and subsequent improvement.


From third semester and onward, following Specializations shall be offered

  1. Marketing Management (MKT)

Pattern of Examination

The evaluation scheme comprises of:

  • University Evaluation
  • Concurrent Evaluation

For each Full credit (Three Credit) and Half Credit (Two Credit) courses:

  • 50 marks (Converted to 30% - written examination conducted by MIT World Peace University
  • 70 marks - to be evaluated through concurrent evaluation by the respective Course Teacher
"Summer Internship Project is a course to be evaluated for six credits (200 Marks as Internal Evaluation and 100 marks by External University Examination"
"** For detailed scheme of evaluation students are suggested to visit the University website"


As per provisions of University, the Institute has discretion to offer all or only some of the specialization / subject electives provided for in the basket. The decision of Institute shall be binding on the student.
Members of the Advisory Board are the Knowledge experts from academics and Industry. They are considered as the important stakeholders for the development of the B-Schools today. Globalization and Economic changes have thrown many challenges to management Education in terms of providing quality human force with right blend of theory and application.