MBA – Entrepreneurship

With nearly 60 per cent of its population in the working age group, India is all set to become the world’s youngest democracy. Entrepreneurship will then hold the key to creating employment in society.

Course Details

Entrepreneurial spirit is the asset responsible for, creating employment, competitiveness and potentiality of exploiting any sector or business. Entrepreneurship is the capacity to develop ideas, the process to arrange resources required to exploit opportunities in the market place, to create opportunities and to achieve success with them. With nearly 60 per cent of its population in the working age group, India is all set to become the world’s youngest democracy. Entrepreneurship will then hold the key to creating employment in society especially with the initiatives like ‘Make in India’ by the Indian government. The core curriculum of Sri Sri University’s MBA in Entrepreneurship is designed to give students an in-depth mastery of the academic disciplines and applied functional areas necessary to every business leader’s success.

Entrepreneurship Initiatives in Sri Sri University

Research-inspired Entrepreneurship

Chandni Gaba, MBA batch of 2012-14, published a paper on “Community Indigenous Cow Enterprise System for Sustainability of Food Retails– Case Studies from India by 2319-7587”under the supervision of Dr. Jyotirmayee Acharya, Faculty of Management Studies. The study focuses on the decline of the local and indigenous breeds of cows in India due to capital intensive, non-sustainable, corporate-controlled, globalized, industrialized agricultural systems. Chandni now runs a milk processing firm that sources milk exclusively from indigenous breeds of cows.

Entrepreneurship Initiatives at Sri Sri University

Niveditha Peddi, MBA batch 2013-15, has been working on a start-up “Siddharth’s academy for engineers” which she also took up as her Summer Internship Project. The academy, in which Niveditha is a partner, offers career guidance to engineers, giving them direction and motivation mentorship. As a first step the academy has begun offering competitive exam training. Niveditha is an engineering graduate, she aspires to become a social entrepreneur.

Code Course Credit
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. Course
1 Entrepreneurship & Small Business
2 Entrepreneurship Finance
3 Entrepreneurship Green Business Opportunity
4 Entrepreneurship Marketing
5 Digital Marketing for Entrepreneurship
6 Technology Entrepreneurship
Sr. No. Course
1 Managing Innovation process in Energy Management
2 Agricultural Entrepreneurship Challenges & Opportunities
3 Invention, Patents and Technology Management
4 Legal & Regulatory Process of Entrepreneurship
5 Social Entrepreneurship
6 Evaluating the Entrepreneurship Opportunities

Eligibility

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

Fees

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

Fees INR
Per Semester INR 1,65,000
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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Testimonials

  • Priyanka Gupta (MBA 1st year - Batch of 2016) B.Com (Honors), CA Finalist, St. Xavier’s College (Hometown - Kolkata)

    With the best of the oriental and occidental learning, I can see myself grow into the leader I always dreamt of becoming. Being a proficient CA with an All India Rank of 44, I have the chance to practically implement my learning, which is much more valuable than the rank itself. The diverse student community at SSU offers the opportunity to leverage our domain knowledge through forums where students share with others their acumen in a particular field.

  • 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.