MBA (Master of Business Administration)

MBA is an internationally accredited post-graduate degree for developing business and management skills amongst future business leaders and entrepreneurs. The full form of MBA is Master of Business Administration. A typical MBA degree covers a wide range of business fields like accounting, marketing & management. An MBA degree is not limited to a career in management so those interested in pursuing a career in the private, government & public sector can also benefit from an MBA degree.

MBA (Master of Business Administration)


Course Eligibility Duration
 Post Graduation Graduation(any stream) 2 years

Entrance Exam    

National Level Entrance test


State Level Entrance Test


University/College Level Entrance Test



Depending on the type of institute/quota/degree, fees can range from INR Two lakhs to Twenty five lakhs per annum, excluding lodging and boarding.

Skills Required   

  • Leadership

  • Communication

  • Creativity

  • Teamwork

  • Critical Thinking

Career Options   

The following are the opportunities available for MBA in various fields:

  • Entrepreneur: Nowadays, entrepreneurship has turned out to be the most favourite option among MBA graduates. The MBA enhances the capability of the students to become an entrepreneur. Experience does not matter if you want to become an entrepreneur. Students need creative and innovative skills to excel in this career.

  • Data Analytics: Due to the digital revolution, big data has become significant for all types of business such as e-commerce, retail, banking and management. Many popular B-Schools have started offering data analytics course in MBA. Popular companies such as LatentView Analysis, Fractal Analytics etc., hire MBA graduates as data analysts or data scientists.

  • Investment Banking: Jobs in the investment banking area have high demand in the market. Some of the top companies that hire suitable candidates for this role are Bank of American Continuum, Motilal Oswal, SBI Capital Markets etc., The responsibility of the employees in this field is to connect investors to fund-needing organisations.

  • Private Equity: Similar to investment banking, the investment acumen of a person comes into action in a job profile associated with private equity. Job opportunities in this domain are wide and some of the popular companies that recruit MBA graduates for job roles in private equity are Fullerton, Fidelity Investments, Axis Securities, JP Morgan Chase, Kotak Wealth Management, Bajaj Finserv, ICIC Prudential Asset Management, Indiabulls Housing Finance etc.

  • Human Resources Manager: MBA in HR Management focuses on maximizing the performance of the employees to accomplish the goals of the organization. It teaches students how to acquire the right skills, best industry practices, and knowledge of how to manage human resources in ways that guarantee optimum benefits. Recently, the job of HR professionals has gained increasing traction across all parallels of the industry. Hence, HR Management professionals can find plenty of employment opportunities in IT companies, law firms, advertising firms, retail companies, media houses, newspapers, etc.

Postgraduate Courses (MBA)   

  • Master in Business Administration in Human Resources

  • Master in Business Administration in Finance

  • Master in Business Administration in Business Analytic

  • Master in Business Administration in Marketing

  • Master in Business Administration in Operations Management

Some colleges offering the course:   

In Gujarat

In Maharastra

In India


  • Tata Consultancy Services

  • Wipro

  • Amazon

  • ICICI Bank

  • Microsoft

All the students, teachers and guardians should note that the above mentioned websites and information on various colleges/universities may change under the rules and regulations of the education department.