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Nalsar's MBA programme commences

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Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad, commenced its unique MBA programme on Monday with an orientation programme addressed by M Ram Mohan Rao, Ex Dean, ...

Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad, commenced its unique MBA programme on Monday with an orientation programme addressed by M Ram Mohan Rao, Ex Dean, Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad, also the chief guest of the ceremony. He highlighted the close relationship between business and law. The course has three major specialisations- Court Management, Corporate Governance and Financial Services & Capital Markets. It also has three minor specialisations in Marketing, Human Resources and Business Regulations. Students can either take all the six courses from any major specialisation or opt for four courses from any major specialisation and two courses from minor specialisation.


Prof. Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor of Nalsar, in his address observed that no business school in India presently offers Court Management as a specialisation in its MBA programme. In 2012, Supreme Court of India decided to have National Court Management programme in order to improve the efficiency of our judicial system. Funds were made available out of the grants of the 13th Finance Commission of India.


Other business leaders such as Venkatesh Chillara, Executive Vice-President, Polaris Financial Technologies Ltd; Rajnish Jaiyam, Senior Business HR Partner, Tech Mahindra; AV Vedpuriswar, Visiting Faculty, IIM, Indore and Prof. Laxmi Narain, Independent Director, Alumeco India Extrusion Ltd, urged students to follow the method of self-learning. Prof. Vidyadhar Reddy, Former Dean and Head, Department of Business Management, Osmania University & Former Member, AICTE, emphasised the need of developing managerial skills in day-to-day life. For the next academic year, admission to the MBA programme will be through CAT.

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