The MBA course was started in the year 2000 to make the management education more accessible to students with diverse background. The course is affiliated to Bangalore University and approved by AICTE, New Delhi. Students from different parts of the country are pursuing the MBA course at our college. The curriculum is a product of philosophy that seeks to amalgamate the best of theory and practice. The pedagogy of MBA is a blend of simulation exercise such as case discussions, live projects and presentation along with conventional classroom teaching. The evaluation of performance comes by means of classroom participation, case studies, report preparation, role playing along with other parameters. The department has been conducting various seminars on contemporary issues, delivered by eminent scholars, academicians and corporate personalities.

Eligibility for MBA Program: The prospective applicant must satisfy one of the following eligibility criteria for admissions to the MBA programme.

  • A graduate degree under 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 pattern under any discipline, securing at least 50% marks in aggregate, from a recognized university.
  • An honors degree under 10+2+4 pattern from a recognized university under UGC Act having at least 50% marks in aggregate including languages.
  • In case of SC / ST / Category I candidates, there is a relaxation of 5% in the aggregate of marks obtained in the University Exams MBA admission criteria is based on the valid score of MBA PGCET / CAT / MAT / ATMA or Students seeking admission to MBA degree at VIM must adhere to the guidelines of eligibility prior to sending in their application forms to our Institute.
  • All applications which do not meet with the eligibility criteria listed above shall not be entertained.

The course details outline the key subjects a student will learn in each semester. The course starts off with fundamentals and gradually moves on to more detailed aspects of Business Management.

I Semester II Semester
1. Economies for Manager
2. Organizational behavior
3. Accounting for manager
4. Statistics for manager
5. Marketing for customer value
6. Business industry
7. Communication skills
1. Technology for management
2. Managerial research method
3. Entrepreneurship and ethics
4. Human resource management
5. Financial management
6. Quantitative techniques and operational
7. Innovative management
III Semester IV Semester
1. Strategic management &corporate governance
2. Projects and operations management
3. Electives 1 Finance
4. Electives II Human Resource management
5. Elective III Marketing
6. Elective IV Banking finance and Insurance
7. Elective V Start‐up and SMEs
8. Elective VI Health care management
1. International Business Dynamics
2. Dissertation For 6 Weeks In an Organization
3. Electives 1 Finance
4. Electives II Human Resource Management
5. Elective III Marketing
6. Elective IV Banking finance and Insurance
7. Elective V Start‐up and SMEs
8. Elective VI Health care management
III Semester IV Semester
Finance Electives
1. Indian financial system
2. Corporate tax planning and management
3. Corporate valuation and restructuring
1. Investment analysis and management
2. International financial management
3. Risk management and derivatives
1.  Learning and development
2.  Industrial and employee relations
3.   Performance management system
1.  Strategic HRM
2.  International HRM
3.  Talent and knowledge management
Marketing Electives III
1.  Retailing management and service
2.  Consumer behaviour
3.  Rural and agricultural marketing
1. Strategic brand management
2. International marketing strategy
3. Digital marketing
Banking Finance And Insurance  IV  Electives IV
1.  Strategic credit management in banks
2.  Insurance planning & management
3.  Indian financial system
1. Banking technology and management
2.   International financial management
3.   Risk management for banks and insurance Companies
Start‐ups and SMEs  Electives V
1.  Perspectives on start‐ups and SMEs
2.  Basic management aspects of small
3.  Business establishment of SMEs
1. Technology and innovation
2. Internationalization of SMEs
3. Management of startups
Health Care Management  Electives VI
1.   Perspectives on health care sector
2.   Management of public health systems
3.   Health economics
1.  Basic management aspects of health care
2.   Strategic management in health care settings
3.   Management of hospital services