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Andhra University Announces Admissions for MBA Courses
The Andhra University invites applications for its four-year full-time MBA programme from the eligible candidates. The candidates will be selected for the courses on the basis of merit of state level entrance examination.
The candidates will be selected for MBA programmes on the basis of merit of state level entrance examination.
- Two years executive MBA in finance, marketing and HRM
- Three-year MBA in marketing, finance and HRM
Educational qualification required for the programme:
In regards to educational qualification, candidates must have a Bachelor's degree with 50 percent marks from Andhra University or of any other university recognised by Andhra University. However, those who cleared BFA are not eligible. For the candidates belonging to SC/ST/BC category, the relaxation of marks is 45 percent.
Candidates who have done their BE/ B Pharma/ B.Tech/ Medicine/ CA/Law/ACS/ AMIE/AIETE are also eligible.
Selection procedures for the course:
After fulfilling the educational criteria, candidates have to sit for the state level entrance examination and on the basis of the marks obtained they will be selected. But those candidates with five years work experience after the graduation don't require to seat for the entrance examination. They will directly be admitted into the programme.
Stages of Application process:
The official website of the university contains the application form and the candidates are required to download the application from there. After filling up the application, send the applications along with all the required documents to the address as mentioned in the notification.
Important dates to be remembered:
The entrance examination for the MBA programme will be conducted at the specified centres on September 11
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