Pune University Introduces 5 New MBA Courses, Intake Cannot Be Upped for Existing Courses Says AICTE

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Pune, 2nd June 2021: Savitribai Phule Pune University will introduce five new MBA courses from this academic year. Interestingly all these courses are based on innovative teaching techniques as directed by The All India Council of ministers Technical Education (AICTE). has directed the management institutions offering management lessons will have to teach innovative subjects if they want to increase student intake capacity.


The directives have come to help the management institutions to increase their student’s intake capacity.
AICTE will be changing its set of rules from the next academic year, and thus the institutions will have to accept new changes to increase capacity.


Educational institutions have a student capacity of 120 for an MBA, but after that, it can be increased to a maximum of 180. Institutions that have been rated by the AICTE can increase their capacity up to 300.


A MBA, candidate can specialize in Finance, Marketing, HR, Rural Business, Supply Chain, Health Care, Hospital Management, etc. from the second semester. But the capacity for these courses will no longer be increased. Institutions will have to propose new courses.


The academic council of SP Pune University has approved five courses with five innovative concepts. Accordingly, proposals have been submitted to AICTE by the institutes to enhance the student capacity by introducing these new courses.


Below are the new innovative courses suggested for MBA
MBA- Service Management
MBA – Sustainable Management
MBA – Digital Marketing
MBA – FinTech
MBA- Project Management


“AICTE has instructed institutions to launch innovative courses to increase students capacity. The university has introduced five new MBA courses which are approved by the academic council. This increase may also occur in the future. Students will receive an MBA degree in this new program. This change has been made so that students can learn innovative concepts in the changing times”, said Dr. Parag Kalkar, Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Management.