Chitkara Business School Opens Admissions for Specialized Business Programs – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Chandigarh: Chitkara Business School has launched the admission procedure for the 2-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for the 2022 academic session. Chitkara Business School is recognized as the first business school in the country and has forged a distinct reputation for strong on-campus recruitment of its MBA graduates from Fortune 500 companies.
Ranked among the top 50 MBA colleges in India, Chitkara University Business School offers a list of 11 specialized MBA programs in partnership with top companies and universities around the world. Students have the opportunity to learn from an experienced faculty from a variety of backgrounds and choose from the university’s various industry-approved programs, such as marketing, finance and banking, analytics business, human resources, supply chain and logistics management, rural management, healthcare management and health. THIS.
To keep up with global standards, new subjects have been introduced in the MBA program at Chitkara University including artificial intelligence and programming languages ​​like Python and new digital studios have been added to enable the blended learning.
“We have close ties with leading blue chip companies and professional associations to deliver our academic programs accordingly. Strong corporate relationships also have a direct influence on our study programs and have resulted in “industry-facing” study programs. Over 200 top global companies hire Chitkara University MBA students including Deloitte, EY, Amazon, Google, Wipro, Infosys and JP Morgan,” said Dr. Madhu Chitkara, Pro Chancellor of the University. of Chitkara.
The fundamental objective of the management programs at Chitkara Business School is to prepare each graduate industry and expose them to the latest trends in the changing business world. The programs help students develop and apply new solutions to real-world challenges by bridging the gap between theory and practice, remarked Dr. Sandhir Sharma, Dean of Chitkara University Business School.

Sam D. Gomez