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Delhi University commences its admission process for Executive MBA programme
The University of Delhi, Delhi has invited applications from interested and eligible candidates to apply for its executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive MBA in Health Care Administration programs offered at Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) for the session July, 2016.
The candidates interested in applying for MBA Executive Programme should possess three-year Bachelor's Degree after twelve years of formal schooling, having secured minimum 45 percent aggregate marks or equivalent grades in any of the disciplines such as Arts, Commerce, Social Sciences, Sciences, Mathematics/Statistics, Medicine, Engineering or Technology.
Additionally, she/he should have at least five years of experience as an executive or an administrator in a commercial/government establishment/registered organization after passing the Bachelor's degree examination.
The candidates interested in applying for MBA Executive Health Care Administration Programme should possess a Bachelor degree having secured minimum 45 percent aggregate marks or equivalent grades in any discipline such as Medicine (MBBS)/Dentistry BDS)/Biotechnology/Genomics/Genetics /Nursing/Bioengineering/Alternative Systems of Medicine /Paramedical Discipline/Pharmacology/Anthropology/Zoology or an examination recognised as equivalent.
Additionally, she/he should have at least five years of experience as an executive or an administrator in a commercial/Industrial/government establishment/registered organization after acquiring the Bachelor degree (excluding internship).
The candidates are required to apply online for these courses at the official website. Last date to fill the online application forms is November 15.
Source: The Times of India
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