Master Of Business Administration (MBA)

ELIMS is well known B-school,affiliated to University of Calicut and approved by AICTE.The college provides a comprehensive range of academics to empower the students with industry-rated standard courses. ELIMS is rightly considered to be a center for teaching excellence, thanks to the excellent facilities provided to educate the students in various MBA streams. The MBA program accepts 60 students every year, while the course duration is for two years with four semesters, two each year. The college, being a leader in innovative management education aims to provide a systematic approach to teach managerial perspectives and uses the Calicut University syllabus to structure the courses. ELIMS is a leader in providing excellent practical real-world experiences to supplement theoretical teaching.

ELIMS provides all the students with a rock-solid foundation in all the management disciplines. Sixteen core courses, compulsory for all the students, cover the changing trends in market strategies, the secrets involved in market research, recognizing consumer trends and practical skills at product management. Of the 16 courses, 8 are finished in the first year while the rest are completed in the second year. Each of the courses need 60 teaching hours. Half courses are also provided at the college in which case, there would be 30 teaching hours. Each of the full courses carries 36 weightage while half courses carries 18weightage. The students will be doing  a major project work in the fourth semester.

Course Structure

  • There are 16 compulsory courses in first year, 8 each in first and second semesters .

  • There are 2 compulsory papers and ten specialisation papers in second year.

  • All courses are supposed to be full papers with 60 hours of lecture for each subject.

  • Each full course carries 36 weightage.

  • There will be minor project doing third semester and major project doing fourth semester.

  • Minor project may be of 4 weeks and major project of 8 weeks.

Academics