|Bachelor of Business Administration [BBA]||3 year(s)||8,40,000|
|Master of Business Administration [MBA]||2 year(s)||5,25,000|
KSOM offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs. The fee structure for the major courses is mentioned below:
KIIT School of Management has a history of academic excellence. This institute was started in 1993 as the Institute of Business Administration and Training. KIIT School of Management offers management courses at Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral level. KSOM envisions to create an advanced centre of professional learning of international standards. It aims to impart quality technical education along with skills for solving real-life problems. It also inculcates a global perspective on the students. The college is recognized by UGC and MHRD.
KSOM conducts conferences, conclaves, guest lectures and seminars. Students have to undertake 8 weeks of summer internships during their course of study. Various reputed companies like Berger Paints, TCS, ITC Hotels, Mother Dairy, Deloitte, Genesis Group, Asian Paints, XL Dynamics India Pvt Ltd, Think and Learn and many more visit the campus to recruit the students.
|Quick Facts about KIIT School of Management|
|Founded by||Late Pradyumna Kishore Bal|
|Type of University||Private|
|Approvals/ Accreditations||AICTE, NAAC 'A' Grade, NBA|
|Campus Area||35 Acres|
|Exams||UGAT/ KIITEE MGT/CAT/XAT/CMAT/MAT/GMAT|
|Courses Offered||BBA, MBA, PhD||KSOM Admission|
The course fee is INR 90,000 per semester. The scholarship is given for the top 3 students in the academic year.
Course Duration:4 year(s), Full Time
KIIT School of Management was established in 1993 as the Institute of Business Administration and Training. Since then, IBAT has been providing industry-focused management education. This institute provides the students with the right balance of classroom learning and practical exposure. This institute is a part of KIIT Univerity. KSOM has extended its area of influence from eastern India to the whole country.
Recognitions, Accreditations and Approvals: