MBA – AgriBusiness Management

The course will create awareness about the scope and prospectus of sustainable agri business. It will enable students to participate in global research for agricultural and agro commodity innovations including adoption of disruptive practices.

Course Details

Agribusiness refers to various businesses involved in food production: farming, seed supply, agrichemicals, farm machinery, wholesale, distribution, processing, marketing and retail sales. The agribusiness industry works on various levels from growing crops and livestock to processing crops and dairy products and further on to packaging, branding and selling, until the agricultural produce reaches the end customer. The objectives of this course are

– To create awareness among the students about the scope and prospects of sustainable agriculture

– To train students in the principles and practices of agricultural production, value addition, marketing, supply chain, global trends and future challenges

– To relate agriculture products, bi-products, value added products, their options and futures to the financial well-being of the primary producer

– To understand the real options available for risk management in agriculture and agro products so that farm product, farm income and derivative income of this system is protected

– To create agribusiness professionals capable of providing urban amenities in rural areas by astute management of rural resources

– To collaborate with reputed agricultural institutions and organizations in India and abroad to enhance intellectual capital of the system

– To participate in global research for agricultural and agro commodity innovations including adoption of disruptive practices

– To enhance the sustainability and capability of agricultural enterprises by providing trained students with knowledge of international standards on food safety, traceability of food products, local and global trade policies

– To create a platform to motivate and provide systemic guidance to the students to realize their dream as Agripreneurs

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FMC101 Management Theory and Practices 4.0
FMC102 Managerial Economics 4.0
FMC103 Quantitative Methods for Management 4.0
FMC104 Data Analysis and Management 4.0
FMC105 Marketing Management 4.0
FMC106 Management Accounting 4.0
FMC107 Organizational Behaviour 4.0
FMC108 Business Communication 4.0
Total 32
Code Course Credit
FMC201 Economic Environment of Business 4.0
FMC202 Management Science 4.0
FMC203 Big Data Management 4.0
FMC204 Legal Aspects of Business (LAB) 4.0
FMC205 Marketing Research 4.0
FMC206 Financial Management 4.0
FMC207 Human Resource Management 4.0
FMC208 Production and Operations Management 4.0
Total 32
Sr. No.
1 Agri-Supply Chain Management
2 Agribusiness Marketing Management
3 Food Processing Management
4 Brand Management with Agro Emphasis
5 Agri retail management
6 NGOs & Rural Development
Sr. No. Course
1 Rural Marketing
2 Agro-Input Industry Management
3 Agricultural Futures and Option Markets
4 Management and Finance of Agro-Food Projects
5 Post-Harvest Management
6 Agricultural Entrepreneurship


Graduation (Min. 50%), Valid CAT / MAT / XAT / CMAT / JEE / ATMA score


Duration – 4 Semesters (2 Years)
Seats – 30
Selection Procedure: Group Discussion and Personal interview conducted by the university

Fees INR
Per Semester INR 1,40,000
Hostel type (Default) 2 sharing non AC, INR 45,000/- Per Sem

Fee Details apart from Tuition and Hostel Charges:

Admission fee: INR 5000/-
Examination Fee: INR 5000/-

Caution deposit
Library deposit: INR 5000/-
Hostel Security Deposit: INR 10,000/-

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  • Anisha Sinha (MBA 1st year - Batch of 2016) B.Tech (Computer Science), Manipal University (Hometown - Patna)

    I came in with over five years of experience in Software Networking Products and Data Analytics. I wanted to do something different and so I chose Sri Sri University. And it has offered me some of the most intriguing challenges, a lovely atmosphere to work in and great opportunities for all round development. I am overwhelmed by the amount of positivity this campus exudes. No wonder we call it the 'happiest campus'!

  • Anmol Narang (MBA 1st year - Batch of 2016) B.Tech (Mechanical), Thapar University, Patiala (Hometown - Delhi)

    At Sri Sri University I got to organize conclaves and fests, manage studies and extracurricular activities and take charge of my own career. I got the opportunity to represent Sri Sri University in the B-school fests of IIM Calcutta and KIIT, and won a few competitions. Despite being a new university, I found that we are not only able to compete with older universities, we were even better than them in certain areas.

  • Hrucha Mehta (MBA 1st year - Batch of 2016) B.E (Polymer), Maharashtra Institute of Technology (Hometown - Pune)

    I realized that the true potential of the holistic education we are being offered at SSU when I took part in a marketing competition at the IIM, Calcutta and won the third place. I was nervous but I could handle it because of the regular practise of mediation that we do as part of the curriculum. This is the powerful advantage that SSU is arming us with and I can understand its significance only because I have faced six years of corporate life without a strategy to shield myself from the daily pressures.