Programme Details

MBA (Master of Business Administration)

  • Pune Lavasa Campus
  • Open From : 08-Dec-2023
  • Open Until : 19-Jun-2024


PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

| Overview
The MBA program at CHRIST Pune Lavasa, is a full-time, two-year program with six trimesters. With an inclination towards ‘Analytics’, it has a rigorous curriculum that combines core courses and a wide range of elective courses. The first two trimesters are dedicated to core courses, providing students with a strong foundation. In the later trimesters, students have the flexibility to select from four different specializations of Finance, Marketing, Business Analytics, and Human Resources, allowing them to align their MBA program to their career goal. We focus on experiential learning with Case methods, simulations, gamification, industry projects, and field studies which encourages active participation and discussions. Students analyze and discuss real-world business cases in class, fostering critical thinking, problem- solving, and decision-making skills which is an integral part of the learning process at the School of Business and Management (MBA). 
The program aims to cultivate not just business knowledge but also social orientation, leadership qualities and self-awareness among its students. We offer global opportunities to students through exchange programs, allowing students to gain a global perspective on business.  The MBA Program prides itself on its diverse and inclusive student community who come from a wide range of academic backgrounds and with prior experience in various industries, contributing to a rich and varied learning environment. With an extensive and influential network of industry experts and alumni, we provide valuable connections and opportunities for students to connect with the industry during corporate interface events and different club activities organized in the school.


| Why choose this course?

  • Analytics oriented Curriculum Suitable for the Current Business Environment 
  • Enhances Problem-Solving, Critical Thinking, and Decision-Making Skills
  • Builds Leadership and Entrepreneurship Acumen
  • Focused Mentoring in Small Groups from Professors 
  • Four Specializations and Value-added courses to meet your career goals 

| What you will learn?

  • Core Business Concepts
  • Analytical Skills
  • Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Management
  • Communication and Negotiation Skills
  • Contemporary Business Developments
  • Global Perspective
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Law and Regulations

|Modules
Year 1

  • Statistics for Business
  • Financial, Marketing and HR Management 
  • Operations Management 
  • Fundamentals of Business Analytics 
  • Entrepreneurship 
  • Business Mathematics 
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management 
  • Database Management 
  • People Analytics
  • Marketing Research and Analytics
  • Business Data Management 
  • Programming with Python

Year 2

  • Management Science
  • International Financial Management
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Derivatives
  • Business Valuation
  • Human Resource Metrics and Analytics
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Marketing Metrics
  • Labour law
  • Business Forecasting
  • Machine Learning Algorithms 
  • Business Intelligence and Data Visualization

| Career Prospects

  • Business Analyst, Credit Controller, Tax Consultant, Risk and Financial Advisory, Investment banking
  • Sales Development Specialist, Associate Campaign Specialist
  • Customer Success Manager, Client and Market Growth, ESG Analyst. 
  • Product Efficiency Engineer, Supply chain analyst, Operations manager.
  • HR Analyst, Talent Acquisition Manager, Personnel officers. 
  • Information Analyst, Data analyst, Predictive modeler.

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

Students who fall under any of the following classifications, at the time of application may apply under NRI Student category and be liable to pay the fees applicable to the category for the entire duration of the course.

  • NRI defined under the Indian Income Tax Law
  • Either of the parents is outside India (except Nepal) on Work Permit / Resident Permit.
  • Indian citizen financed by any Institution /  agency outside India, even if parents are Residents of India.
  • Indian Citizen who has pursued studies for qualifying examination in any foreign / Indian syllabus outside India.
  • Indian citizen pursued studies for qualifying examination in foreign syllabi in India.

Note: If only condition 5 is satisfied, and not conditions 1 to 4 above,NRI student category fee will be applicable only for the first year.

Email ID for any clarifications: isc.admission@christuniversity.in

For other details: https://christuniversity.in/international-student-category

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

For any queries at any given time during the application and admission process, you may contact us through the following Email ID’s:

Pune Lavasa Campus

CHRIST (Deemed to be University),

Christ University Road, 30 Valor Court,

PO Dasve Lavasa, Mulshi, Pune - 412112, Maharashtra

 1800-123-2009
  admission.lavasa@christuniversity.in

 

 

Between: Monday to Friday: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM, Saturday: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
(Office remains closed on Sundays, government holidays and any special events)

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

The Management program at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa is a professional 2- year PG program with specialization in Business, Marketing, Financial and Human Resource. The curriculum designed by CHRIST (Deemed to be University) is such that it provides students the best of opportunities and a launching pad for careers. At CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa every student goes through a wide spectrum of experiences which include the Organization Structure Training, Outbound Training, Book Review Competition, Summer Internships, Current Affairs & Weekly Presentations and Dissertation.

 

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

  • Unleash the power of data-driven decision-making with the Business Analytics specialisation. Immerse yourself in a world of statistics, programming, and creative thinking to gain the skills you need to excel in today's data-driven economy.
  • Say goodbye to dry, textbook-based learning and welcome to real-world application. Our program is designed to give you the hands-on experience and expert coaching you need to take your analytical skills to the next level.
  • Take your career to new heights with the Business Analytics specialisation. From regular industry involvement and simulation games to high-performance computing equipment, you'll have everything you need to land your dream job in the competitive field of business analytics.
  • Opportunities abound for those with a background in Business Analytics. From business analyst and data analyst roles to project management and decision sciences positions, the sky is  the limit for our graduates. Companies like Genpact, ICICI Lombard, and Latentview have recently hired our students for analytics positions. Join them and make your mark on the industry.

MARKETING 

  • Discover the power of data-driven marketing with the Marketing specialisation. This program is the perfect blend of core marketing subjects and analytics tools, giving you the skills to create and deliver customer value like a pro.
  • An MBA in Marketing opens up a world of possibilities. From retail management and business marketing to advertising and public relations, this program equips you with the knowledge and skills to excel in any domain.
  • Say goodbye to boring lectures and hello to hands-on learning. The Marketing specialisation is designed to improve your analytical ability, interpersonal skills, leadership, creative thinking, and teamwork.
  • With the Marketing specialisation, the opportunities are endless. From entry-level positions such as Marketing/Business Analyst, Junior Analyst, Management Trainees, Business Development Executives/Managers, Account Managers, Sales Executives, Managers (sales/marketing), Business Analysts, Market Research Analysts, Business Marketing Representatives, Business Development Managers, and Sales Executives, to high-level positions such as Marketing Manager, Brand Manager, Sales Manager, Product Manager, Market Research Analyst, Media Planner, Corporate Sales Manager, Digital Marketing Manager and Digital Marketer, the choice is yours.

FINANCIAL 

  • Dive into the world of financial and unlock the secrets to success in the business world. Our specialisation combines essential courses and techniques, giving you the tools to gauge critically and improve the financial performance of businesses, assets, and financial services.
  • Get ready to analyse financial statements, forecast economic trends, optimise investment portfolios, value businesses, manage risk and work on live Bloomberg Terminal. With our program, you'll have the skills to develop analytical models and make financial decisions like a pro.
  • Your career in finance is waiting for you. With the Financial specialisation, you'll have access to various career choices in domains such as Credit Appraisal, Equity Valuation, Investment Banking, Portfolio Management, Transaction Analyst, Financial Modelling, Financial Reporting & Analysis, Financial Research Analyst, Financial Market Analyst, etc. Potential recruiters include companies in the area of Banking, Insurance, KPOs, Stock Brokerage, Investment Banking, Asset Management, and Stock Exchanges.
  • As you embark on your finance journey, you'll be prepared for the challenges that come with it. Our uniquely-crafted syllabus, on-campus training, live projects, and guidance from experienced faculty will give you the confidence you need to succeed. And with the Finance Club (i.e. HARMONEY), you'll have regular corporate talks, guest lectures, debates on contemporary issues in finance, quizzes & competitions related to the domain. Join us, and discover your true potential in the world of finance.

HUMAN RESOURCE 

  • Imagine being at the forefront of shaping the future of human resources. With our HR specialisation, you'll develop the data-driven insights needed to revolutionise HR processes, Talent Acquisition, Development, Retention, and Employee Experience.
  • Our program equips you with a unique blend of knowledge in HR management and strategy, coupled with analytical insight, preparing you to become a well-rounded Human Resources practitioner. Whether you aspire to become a Compensation and Benefits Analyst, Digital HR specialist, or Strategic HR Business Partner, our specialisation provides you with the experience and skills needed to excel.
  • Our interactive pedagogy is designed to groom you into a cutting-edge HR professional, providing a theoretical basis for courses in HR and a practical understanding of the functional roles of an HR professional.

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

Candidates will be intimated about the Selection status (Selected / Wait Listed / Not Selected) through the “Application Status” link on the University website. The Selection results will be declared as mentioned in the important dates link.

Note: Candidates must note that if selected, admission is provisional and subject to University rules.

Details on how to process admission will be available on Offer of Admission through ‘Application Status’ link on the University website.

Candidates are required to choose the preferred date and time from available options to facilitate smooth admission process. Admission must be processed at the campus where the program is offered.

As per UGC guidelines, fee payment has to be made through online mode. Payment options and details will be provided to selected candidates through ‘Offer of Admission’ on ‘Application Status’ on the University website. Fees for first year including Admission Registration fee must be paid in full as part of the admission process.

Admission will not be processed without the presence of the candidate and the mandatory ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS and one set of photocopies mentioned below;

  1. Class 10 Marks Statement and Class 12 Marks Statement (Mandatory).
  2. Undergraduate Degree Marks Card semester/year (if result awaited, marks card available currently) (Mandatory).
  3. Provisional Degree Certificate or Degree Certificate (Convocation Certificate), if the candidate has graduated on or before November 2022 / 2023 (Mandatory).
  4. Copy of entrance test score card (Sep MAT 2023/ Dec MAT 2023 / Feb MAT 2024 /  CAT 2023 / CMAT 2024 / GMAT 2023 / 2024 / GRE 2023/ 2024 / XAT 2024/ ATMA 2024 ) (Mandatory).
  5. Transfer Certificate (TC) of an undergraduate degree from the last qualified institution (Mandatory).
  6. Migration Certificate of an undergraduate degree from a qualifying University (applicable for all candidates except those studying in Maharashtra) (Mandatory).
  7. One Stamp size and one passport size photograph formal dress with white background (Mandatory)
  8. Two Copies of the Online Payment Receipt (Mandatory).
  9. Copy of valid ID proof (Aadhar Card / Aadhar Enrolment Receipt).
  10. Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) have to submit:
  • Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).
  • PIO / OCI have to produce the copy of PIO / OCI card whichever is applicable (Mandatory).      
  • Medical Fitness Certificate (MFC) from any recognized medical practitioner certified by the Medical Council of India and
  • Resident Permit (RP) (If available while applying)

All mandatory documents must be submitted for verification during the admission process. An undertaking for pending original documents unavailable currently [applicable only for candidates writing / passing their exam in March – June 2024], must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. These documents must be submitted on or before August 20, 2024. Failure to submit the pending documents will be treated as unsuccessful in the qualifying examination or considered “Not Eligible” and admission will be terminated from Christ University without any claim.

All admitted students must open an account at South Indian Bank, Christ University Branch as part of the admission process and must carry relevant ID proof (Aadhar Card and Pan Card). The University ID card is a smart card, which is both an ID cum ATM card with a chip containing the student personal details. All transactions within the University campus after commencement of classes, including fee payment will be processed only through this card. It is also an access card for Library and other restricted places.

The date of commencement of the academic Year 2024 - 2025 will be intimated during the admission process.

Please note:

  • The University does not collect any type of capitation / donation other than the fees mentioned in the website.
  • Christ University does not authorize any Third Party / Agents / Person to apply / offer admission on its behalf. Christ University will not be responsible for applicants being misguided by such individuals / SMS / Email.
  • All those admitted to the programme will have to purchase a laptop at their own cost, if required by the department.
  • Admitted students who wish to avail bank loan will be provided a recommendation letter on request by presenting the original fee paid receipt to the Office of Admissions.
  • The decision of the admission committee is final and binding.

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

All applicants using online mode must visit the online application page.  Register by entering your NAME (as printed on Class 10 Marks Card) EMAIL-ID and set a password.  (The email id and mobile number provided will be used for sending confirmation and application status-update messages).

Guidelines to applicants:

  • To fill the application you must have a copy of the statement of marks of Class 10, Class 12, Degree Marks Cards (whichever is available) (Mandatory), and a Provisional degree certificate / Convocation certificate if the candidate has completed/graduated from the qualifying programme and Entrance test score card (Sep MAT 2023 / Dec MAT 2023 / Feb MAT / May MAT 2024/ CAT 2023 / CMAT 2023 / GMAT 2023 / 2024 / XAT 2024 / ATMA 2024 / GRE 2023 / 2024) (Mandatory).
  • Fill in all the details on the “detailed application” page. Scan and upload a recent passport-size photograph (3.5 cms x 4.5 cms formal dress with white background) and click “Submit”. On clicking Submit, a viewable and editable page will appear on the screen. In case you need to make any corrections; you may edit the data/details and then click “Confirm Submission”.
  • Application registration fee may be paid through a Credit / Debit Card / Net banking facility (for online applicants only).
  • Choose the payment option and fill in the required details to process the “Application processing fee”. The application will be submitted online after payment of the application processing fee.
  • After the payment is successful you will receive the application number with the option to print your application form.
  • Print and sign the application form. Keep a copy of the application form for further reference and to produce at the time of the selection process.

At the time of the interview candidates are required to carry the following documents:

  1. Copy of the original filled-in printed application form duly signed by the parent/guardian and the candidate (Mandatory).
  2. Copy of the application processing fee online payment acknowledgment slip (Mandatory).
  3. Copy of Statement of marks of Class 10 and 12 (Mandatory), copy of Degree Marks Card (if result awaited, marks card available currently) (Mandatory), copy of Provisional degree certificate / Convocation certificate, if the candidate has completed/graduated from the qualifying programme and Entrance test score card (Sep MAT 2023 / Dec MAT 2023 / Feb MAT / May MAT 2024 / CAT 2023 / CMAT 2024 / GMAT 2023 / 2024/ XAT 2024 / ATMA 2024 / GRE 2023  / 2024 ) (Mandatory).
  4. Copy of Transfer Certificate from last qualified Institution (UG) (If available while applying).
  5. Copy of Migration Certificate from last qualified University for all candidates except for students studying in Maharashtra (If available while applying).
  6. Candidates falling under any of these categories (NRI / PIO / OCI / SAARC / AFRICA / ASEAN / OTHER FOREIGN NATIONALS) have to submit:
  •  Copy of Passport and Visa Details (Mandatory).
  •  PIO / OCI have to produce a copy of the PIO / OCI card whichever is applicable (Mandatory).      
  •  Medical Fitness Certificate (MFC) from any recognized medical practitioner certified by the Medical Council of India and
  •  Resident Permit (RP) (If available while applying)

Candidates, who are unable to print the application form due to system /power/internet failure, may log on to the “Application Status” link and enter your email ID, password, and captcha details to view and print the application form.

The selection process E-Admit card will be generated 3-5 days prior to the scheduled selection process date.
 

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

The scores of the following tests held in 2023 and 2024 will be accepted (Sep MAT 2023 | Dec MAT 2023 | Nov/Dec CAT 2023 | CMAT 2024 | XAT 2024 | ATMA 2024 | GMAT 2023 / 2024 | GRE 2023 / 2024).
 
Candidates who have passed the Undergraduate degree examination with 50 % aggregate marks from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU are eligible to apply. (Applicants who are in the final year of their studies should have 50% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of undergraduate examinations conducted so far). Students writing their final degree examinations during March-June 2024 are also eligible to apply.
 
MAT score of 550 and above OR CAT score of 60 percentile and above OR XAT score of 60 percentile and above OR CMAT score of 60 percentile and above OR ATMA score of 60 percentile and above OR GMAT score of 450 and above OR GRE score of 295 and above.
 
For MBA (CU) + MBA (WMU, USA): Students must also obtain a minimum composite score of 450 in GMAT or 295 in GRE before students formally apply for WMU admission which will be during September 2024. (Mandatory).
 

The minimum Score specified for MAT / CAT / CMAT / XAT / GMAT / GRE / ATMA is only eligibility criteria and the actual score thereof shall have no bearing in the selection process.

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

1. Admission Registration fee of INR 5,000/- (Non-Refundable)

2. Programme fee as per the below table

Students from For MBA (full term) approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) (Two-year full time at Christ (Deemed to be University), Lavasa)
  I Year II Year Application Fee
Indian category 4,65,000 INR 4,65,000 INR 1,500 INR
NRI category 5,45,000 INR 5,45,000 INR
SAARC/Africa category 7,500 USD 7,500 USD 100 USD
Other Foreign Nationals 8,000 USD 8,000 USD
Time of Payment : All the candidates have to pay the I Year fee immediately after confirmation of the admission. II Year fee must be remitted before 31st March of the year.

1. NRI fee is applicable for the first year for candidates who have studied foreign syllabi in the qualifying examination of study in India. Indian citizens who have studied foreign syllabi in India for the qualifying examination (applying for UG / PG / MPhil /Ph.D. Programme has to be approved by UGC / AIU).

(The above condition is not applicable to NRI and candidates applied under NRI Category).

2. NRI fee is applicable for the full duration of the programme for candidates who;

2.1. Have pursued and completed their last qualifying exam from outside India.

2.2. Are NRI and candidates who have applied under the NRI category.

3. To claim Indian / Karnataka category fee, the candidates should have studied last 7 years in India / Karnataka. (Not applicable for OCI, PIO, and Foreign Nationals).

4. Admission registration fee of INR 5,000/- is non-refundable in the event of cancellation of admission. This fee will be apart from cancellation charges if any applicable.                 

5. All Candidates If “Selected” after appearing for the final selection process, The fee may be paid through the following option:

  • Payment can be made through Net banking / NEFT / RTGS
  • Online payment portal

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

Process
Particulars
Date & Time
Mode
Group Discussion (GD)
Group Discussion
Duration: 30 minutes
As per
E- Admit Card.
 
An invite will be sent to the registered email.
ONLINE
It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that the camera, microphone, power back up and stable internet connection is available during the GD_MP_PI process. Rescheduling request is strictly not entertained
Micro Presentation (MP)
and
Personal interview (PI)
Candidate to be present before an expert panel for Micro Presentation and Personal interview
Duration: 30 minutes
Academic Performance
1. Applicants must have all original marks cards of Class 10, Class 12, Undergraduate Degree  (Students pursuing their final year/semester must have the statement of marks up to the previous semester/year) for the selection process.
 
They must Have the score card of the test used to apply for the programme for verification.
The scores of the following tests held in 2023 and 2024 will be accepted:
1. MAT(Sep/Dec2023/Feb:2024) score of 550 and above OR
2. CAT 2024 score of 60 percentile and above OR
3. XAT 2024 score of 60 percentile and above OR
4. CMAT 2024 score of 240 and above OR
5. ATMA 2024 score of 60 percentile and above OR
6. GMAT 2023/24 score of 450 and above OR
7. GRE 2023/24 score of 295 and above.
 
3. Candidates who are applying for the Dual Degree MBA (CU) + MBA, (FHWS, Germany) Programme should submit the work related documents (Joining Letter/Experience Letter with Latest Salary Slip) (Full Time/Family Business also considered) with one or more year of work experience (Mandatory)
 
The above mentioned documents need to be uploaded in the given link on your application status login page under the document upload tab within Five (5) days after filling the application form online. Or else your application will be rejected.
 
The office of admissions will verify the scorecards.
 
*Applications with no scorecards or not clear scanned copies will be rejected and termed as Not Eligible
Selection process E-Admit card will be generated as per the important dates mentioned on the website

 

*The Verbal Assessment (VA) will be assessed during the PI (Personal Interview) process.
 
Selection process E-Admit card will be generated as per the important dates mentioned in the website

 

General instructions for applicants reporting for selection process:
 
1. Candidates have to access their selection process admit card from the link “https://appstat.christuniversity.in" on the University website and print the same. All candidates must read through the contents published in the admit card and must carry the all the required documents mentioned in the admit card along with a printed copy of the admit card.
 
2. The Centre allotment is based on the candidate’s preference opted to appear for the Selection Process in the application form and further change will not be entertained. However, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) reserves the right to cancel, combine or change the Venue/Centres, depending on the number of candidates in specific Venue/Centres.

3. The preferred date for selection process will be allotted, subject to availability of slots. Request for change in selection process dates, time OR venue will not be entertained.

4. Candidates will not be allowed to appear for the Selection Process without the E-Admit Card, Copy of Application Form, Application processing fee acknowledgment slip and mark statements of (Class 10, Class 12, Undergraduate Degree Marks Card (Semester/Year/Consolidated) If results are awaited, then marks card till the last semester/year and Scorecard of Sep MAT 2023 | Dec MAT 2023 | Nov/Dec CAT 2023 | CMAT 2024 | ATMA 2024 | XAT 2024 | GMAT 2023 / 2024 | GRE 2023 / 2024.

5. ID proof will be verified during the selection process. The following may be used as ID proof: Aadhar card/Passport/Voter ID/Recent College ID card.

6. Candidates must report for the above selection process on the allotted date and at least 30 minutes prior to the time stipulated on the selection process admit card.

7. Travel arrangements for out station candidates must be made in advance as per the selection process dates published on our website.

8. Those candidates not reaching the venue at the allotted date and time will not be permitted to take part in the selection process. The candidates are requested to start early to avoid traffic congestions.

9. Request for change in Selection Process dates / timings and change in Centre will not be entertained. Candidates failing to appear for the selection process at the stipulated date and time will be considered as “Not Selected”.

10. Cellular phone, other electronic gadgets etc., are not allowed into the Selection Process Venue.

11. No TA/DA will be admissible for appearing in the Selection Process of CHRIST (Deemed to be University) at any Centre.

12. All candidates are requested to prepare for a Micro Presentation (Extempore) as part of the Selection Process. Candidates will be asked to speak on any of the topics given in our selection process link on “Topics for Presentation 2024" during the GD_MP.

13. Candidates have to access their selection process admit card from the link "Application Status" from our website and print the same.

14. The responsibility of satisfying the eligibility criteria for Admission rests with the student/candidate. Issue of the E-Admit Card for the selection process does not imply that the eligibility criteria are satisfied.

15. Important: Minimum Score specified for MAT / CAT / CMAT / XAT / GMAT / GRE / ATMA is only an eligibility criteria and the actual score thereof shall have no bearing in the selection process.

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

PLG 1: Social Responsibility and Ethical Sensitivity
PLO 1.1    Identify sustainability issues from business perspective
PLO 1.2    Analyse business and stakeholders’ perspectives
PLO 1.3    Appraise appropriate options for sustainability
PLO 1.4    Develop value-based leadership through appropriate managerial actions

PLG 2: Functional Knowledge and Application
PLO 2.1    Identify the context of the business problem
PLO 2.2    Examine  management theories in the cross functional setting
PLO 2.3    Evaluate the business environment 
PLO 2.4    Recommend appropriate solutions for managerial problems

PLG 3: Communication
PLO 3.1    Outline presentation with clear goals and objectives 
PLO 3.2    Utilize appropriate communication mode for effective team collaboration. 
PLO 3.3    Organize flow of communication 
PLO 3.4    Defend using appropriate language 
PLO 3.5    Develop ideas and concepts to address issues. 

PLG 4: Critical Thinking
PLO 4.1    Make use of data to address the business problem. 
PLO 4.2    Examine empirical evidence to support analysis
PLO 4.3    Interpret results of the analysis 
PLO 4.4    Appraise with business implications 
PLO 4.5    Construct integrated solution framework.
 

PLG 5: Global Awareness
PLO 5.1    Identify challenges and opportunities through global perspective 
PLO 5.2    Analyse the impact of challenges and opportunities on local/ national and global business communities 
PLO 5.3    Evaluate alternatives to operate effectively in a multi-cultural economic and legal environment   

The Post-graduation program in Business Administration (MBA) at CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Lavasa gives the students wide career choices and enable students to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions. With specialization in different functional areas, the program equips them with skillsets and competencies to to solve business problems across the various functional domain of Management. The unique blend of holistic education encourages to develop skills to meet global business scenarios and develop analytical and managerial skills for relevant decision making.

PEO1   Graduates possessing subject knowledge, analytical ability and skills to manage business.
PEO2   Graduates exhibiting spirit of inquiry, innovation and ability to solve problems in dynamic business environment.
PEO3   Graduates with value based leadership skills, entrepreneurial capabilities and global awareness serving enterprises and society.

 

  • Apply Knowledge of Management Theories and Practices to solve business problems
  • Foster Analytical and Critical abilities for data-based decision making
  • Ability to develop value-based leadership ability
  • Ability to understand, analyse, communicate global economic, legal and ethical aspects of business
  • Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to the team environment
  • Identify business opportunities, design and implement innovations in work environment
  • Enhance capabilities for generating research ideas in respective management domains
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to sustainability issues and prepare for lifelong learning

The MBA Programme is spread over six tri semesters comprising of core subjects covered in all trimesters and the specialization subjects start from the third trimester onwards. The school offers specializations in Business Analytics, Financial, Marketing & HR. The Business Management course is oriented to educate and train the students in a holistic manner to meet the challenges of the business world. The program is strengthened with various other mandatory activities such as OST (Organisational structure training), SIP – Summer Internship Project, Mentoring sessions and preparation of master thesis with research article publication in the referred journal, Certification programs of general and functional domains, Industrial visits, Club activities etc. The MBA course plan focuses on the development of the student’s competence to meet the needs of the changing and challenging global business scenario. The students engage with live and Capstone projects with tie-ups of industries in their respective field giving them opportunities for experiential learning. Guest lectures are delivered by industry experts that give them proficient knowledge from varied fields throughout the course.

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

Summer Internship Project (SIP)

We have a unique internship programme which helpsto achieve on-the-job experience and helps to createa good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide anopportunity for benchmarking your abilities with thatof industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to hone their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

Industrial visits

The industrial visits have a lot of importance for MBA students as to get an insight into its internal working environment which give them a solid foundation to gain real-world information. The students come to know how theoretical ideas are put into practice. The MBA students are exposed to work methodology, employment practice of a company with these visits. The main objective of such industrial visit is to provide students the feel of the actual business environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn motivates, develops and builds their confidence.

Certificate training programs

The certificate training programs are given in all specializations to cope with the recent trends in the industry to name a few:Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Talent Acquisition, Strategic Innovation or Sustainability etc.

Mentoring

The purpose of mentoring is to tap into the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing employees and transfer these skills to newer or less experienced employees in order to advance their careers. . Mentoring is integrated into the pedagogy which results in enhancing effectiveness of the programme in ensuring the transformation of students into professionals. Mentors are assigned to students and mentoring classes happen thrice in a week with structured and designated activities that help in the psycho-social development of the students. This is considered as an essential practise of the programme as it goes beyond the classroom dynamics helping them to grow and develop as business professionials. The mentorship session consists of upgrading the skills in all aspects from the technological, social and emotional point.

Clubs and Associations

  • Finance Club - Harmoney
  • Marketing Club - Marketing Monks
  • Business Analytics club – Business Analytica
  • Human Resource Club - Cadre

 Activities

  • International Conference on ‘IEEE International Conference (#54229) Trends in Quantum Computing and Emerging Business Technologies 2022'
  • Maverick 2022 – The Marketing Event
  • Stock Market Simulation gameby Harmoney, the Finance Club
  • A hands-on workshop on "Technical Analysis" by Finance Club

Industrial Visit

  • Infosys BPM (Business Process Management), Pune
  • COCA-COLA

Fest

  • Xllenz 2K21 -  Resurgence

Talk/Gest Lecture/Seminar

  • Corporate Talk by Mr Clifford Mohan Pai
  • Mr Anurag Garg, Country Head Powertrain India addressed MBA students
  • Guest Lecture on Investment In Equity For Finance Students
  • MBA Students Motivated to Look Beyond
  • MBA Batch 2019-20 Motivated To Find Their Strength
  • Guest Lecture On Fintech / Financial Technologies By Dr Amarendra Sahoo, Ex Regional Director RBI
  • Organizational Development Process explained by Mr.Rajesh Trivedi
  •  Book Review and Research Work Presentation by National School of Leadership and CHRIST Scholars at CHRIST, Lavasa
  • WEBINARS
  • Guest Talk on Digital Accessability by Mr Dhananjay bhole
  • Workshop on Developing Business Model Canvas

Institutions of higher learning need robust interface with the industry in order to maintain the relevance of the programs offered. As a part of it, Christ Lavasa MBA Dept organizes various programs to connect with the Industry which includes Guest Lectures, Corporate talks, Summer Internship Project (SIP), Industry visits, Domain certification programs etc.

1. Curriculum developed in close collaboration with industry partners

2. Students undergo a 2 credit course of organisational structure training (OST) before commencement of MBA program.

3. 100% of the students take up Social Concern Project with MSME's or NGO's as part of their second trimester curriculum requirement

4. Summer Internship Project (SIP) 

We have a unique internship programme which helps to achieve on-the-job experience and helps to create a good network. The internship can be completed before the start of the fifth trimester. Internships which provide an opportunity for benchmarking your abilities with that of industry expectations, often result in joining offers.The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is a great opportunity which helps in establishing mutually beneficial relationships between the industries which are seeking young and dynamic people with a fresh perspective on management and students who get to know their classroom learnings and insights by blending them with real-life business. The guidance of Academic and Corporate mentor strengthens the very purpose of the internship to enrich their experience.

5. Capstone Projects are undertaken by selected students across specialisations.

6. Real life Industry problem statements are shared with the students who work on it with specified deliverables and timelines.

7.Industry experts are invited to deliver guest talks/ Lectures throughout the year.

 

 

 

 

Important Dates for MBA Selection Process 2023 (Session - I)

 

Selection Process I

Date

Time

Particulars/Events

Venue/website

October 1, 2023

04:00 PM

Application available online

www.christuniversity.in

January 29, 2024

17:00 Hrs

Last date for submitting the application online

February 1, 2024

22:00 Hrs

Release of selection process admit card for eligible candidates

Application Login

http://appstat.christuniversity.in

February 4, 2024

As per the

E-Admit card

Group Discussion

ONLINE

It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that the camera, microphone, power back up and stable internet connection is available during the GD_MP_PI process. Rescheduling request is strictly not entertained

February 4, 2024

Micro Presentation

&

Personal Interview

February 07, 2024

22:00 Hrs

Publication of selection process result

Application Login

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(Deemed to be University)

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At Post: Dasve Lavasa,Taluka: Mulshi
Pune 412112, Maharashtra.

Tel: 1800-123-2009

Email: mail.lavasa@christuniversity.in

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Mission

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