Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a 2-years full time program affiliated to the University of Pune, recognized by AICTE, New Delhi. The MBA program has been accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for 3 years w.e.f. 6th August, 2013. Admissions are based on the entrance test conducted by DTE, AICTE & other entrance tests like MAT, CAT, XAT, ATMA, JMET, CMAT, etc. After tough competition between peers, the student is ready to face the two-year grid.
Generic knowledge of a variety of management related subjects is imparted in the first year. This tunes the students to a rigorous and demanding second year, which has specializations like Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Production, International Business and Computer Management, depending on the career objectives field of interest with the help of projects, case studies, seminars, workshops, industrial visits, training and development programs, etc.
The final outcome of an exhaustive, yet cherishing two years is presented to the corporate world. The legacy of our batches from yesteryears proved an impetus and instills confidence about the coming bright future.
AIMS has multi-disciplinary faculty drawn from a resource pool of experienced industry professionals, consultants and academicians. Their different backgrounds and experience provides valuable insight in the dynamic and challenging world of business. AIMS provides latest inputs to the students through renowned professionals from industry. Guests and visiting faculties conduct training and development sessions on a regular basis to update the knowledge of students.
Master of Computer Application (MCA) is a 3-years full time program which is affiliated to the University of Pune and recognized by AICTE, New Delhi. The basic objective of our MCA program is to provide students the necessary knowledge, skills and foundations for rewarding careers in the rapidly expanding world of Information Technology.
The MCA program structure is a mix of computer and management related courses. The Computer related courses use microcomputers to introduce standard technique to programming, the use of software package including word processors, spread sheets, Java, .Net and advance database, system analysis and design.
The management course includes functional areas of management like accounting, sales, purchase, inventory and production and stresses on key aspects of the present corporate working environment such as organizational behavior and corporate planning.
Students are exposed to system development in the information processing environment, with special emphasis on Management Information System (MIS) and software engineering for small and medium computer systems. In addition, exposure is also provided to microcomputer technologies, micro application software including network and graphical user interface system.