University Business School (UBS), Panjab University

 

Rank: 57

College: University Business School

Location: Chandigarh

Year Established: 1995

Link: ubs.puchd.ac.in/

Summary: University Business School (formerly, Department of Commerce and Business Management) has been imparting quality management education to develop dedicated, innovative and effective managers, researchers and teachers for four decades. The rechristening of the Department of Commerce and Business Management as University Business School (UBS) in 1995 by the Panjab University, symbolizes the recognition of completeness and maturity of the Department as a center of management education in India. The transformation from a Department to a school has given it a distinct identity as a ‘School of Thought’. The philosophy of the management education at the UBS is built on an integrative value system. It is motivated by duty bound work ethics, human approach and scientific temper. The philosophy of the school is translated into a mission of creating wholesome personality of human beings with a view to produce effective managers, researchers and teachers. Modern attitude, practical wisdom, knowledge and skill relevant for management are deeply ingrained in the students.

Courses at UBS:

CourseDurationDegree Awarded
Master of Business Administration (Human Resource)2 years(MBA-HR)
Master of Business Administration (International Business)2 years(MBA-IB)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)2  years(MBA)

Admission at UBS:

(MBA-HR)

A recognized Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate or a pass in final examination conducted by ICAI/ICWAI/ICSI or AMIE with 50% marks (See UBS Handbook of Information 2010).

(MBA-IB)

A recognized Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate or a pass in final examination conducted by ICAI/ICWAI/ICSI or AMIE with 50% marks (See UBS Handbook of Information 2010).

(MBA)

A recognized Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate or a pass in final examination conducted by ICAI/ICWAI/ICSI or AMIE with 50% marks (See UBS Handbook of Information 2010).

 

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