IMU Currently offers MBA programmes under School of Maritime Management.
The School of Maritime Management offers the following 2 programmes
- Two-year full-time MBA programme in Port & Shipping Management.
- Two-year full-time MBA programme in International Transportation & Logistics Management.
The general objective of the MBA programme in Port and Shipping Management is to ensure that after successfully completing this programme, the young students can obtain management positions in the shipping and port industry. Further, the students are equipped to solve complicated management problems, having gained required knowledge and competency such as integrated multi-disciplinary professional knowledge of shipping and transport, at the highest academic level and skills to apply this knowledge on tactical and strategic level in the port and shipping industry.
The general objectives of the MBA programme in International Transportation and Logistics Management are to enable the students to have a detailed knowledge and understanding of both the operations and strategies of shipping as a single transport mode within the context of international multimodal logistics. The course provides the students not only with a clear understanding of managerial subjects but also with an in-depth knowledge of the supply chain and logistics sector and the latest developments in transport management.
Some of the vital areas the students will be trained in, are to create awareness of social responsibilities in shipping and transport, related to labour conditions, safety, security and protection of the environment. Leadership qualities, analytical and social skills, besides a strong research oriented mind are also encouraged as essential components of the learning process.
IMU Post Graduate Programmes Eligibility, Fees structure.
- MBA Programmes :
MBA Port & Shipping
Management (2 years)
A bachelor’s degree
in any discipline with
50% marks from
Marks in case of SC/ST).
|Rs.2,00,000/ + Rs.60,000/(FOR ACCOMODATION) Per Academic Year|
MBA in International
Transportation & Logistics
Management (2 years)
Intake Capacity at IMU Campuses:
1.MBA-International Transportation and Logistics Management
Transportation and Logistics
- MBA – Port & Shipping Management.
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There are Private Institutes which conducts these MBA Programmes based on CAT / MAT / XAT / ATMA / JMET / TANCET scores will be accepted. If a candidate has not taken any of the above tests, he / she will be asked to appear for Entrance Exam of AMET(Academy of Maritime Education & Training).
- Reservation of Seats :15% of the total seats available to Indian Nationals are reserved for eligible candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, 7.5% for Scheduled Tribe and 27% Seats are reserved for Other Backward Class (OBC) candidates belonging to Non Creamy Layer (NCL). A total of 3% of the seats is reserved for Differently Abled (DA) candidates wherever applicable.
- Physical Fitness :
All Candidates who qualify for PG degree courses will have to submit a Physical Fitness Certificate from Registered Medical Practitioner.
IMU-CET Entrance Exam Syllabus:
SYLLABUS FOR PG
Total Marks = 200
- ENGLISH: 30 MARKS
- Parts of Speech
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Meaning of words/phrases
- Phrasal verbs
- GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: 30 MARKS
- GENERAL APTITUDE: 30 MARKS
Questions should be Under Graduate Degree level :Abstract Reasoning, Logic Reasoning, Mixture and Allegation, Numerical Reasoning,Quantitative Aptitude, Time and Distance, Clocks, Time and Work, Numerical Computation,Odd Man Out, Data Interpretation, Fill in or completion of series based on Logic / Pattern,Structural analysis, Word Groups, Critical Reasoning, Instructions, Stocks, Height & distance,Quantitative aptitude, Analytical Reasoning, Fault diagnosis, Mechanical Reasoning, Ratio, Syllogism (logic based questions), Data sufficiency, Pipes & Cisterns, Boat and Streams,Numerical Estimation, calendar
- BASIC ACCOUNTING: 20 MARKS
Introduction to Accounting Basics – Accounting Basics – Income Statement – Balance Sheet – Assets – Balance Sheet – Liabilities – Major Accounting Assumptions: Accrual and Going Concern – Other Underlying Assumptions in Accounting: Time Period, Monetary Unit & Accountancy Entity – Accounting Elements: Assets, Liabilities.
- ELEMENTS OF ECONOMICS: 30 MARKS
Capital –Absolute advantage- Balance of trade – Bank, Commercial – Business (firm) –Private profit- seeking organizations that use resources to produce goods and services-Capital – Capital resources- Circular flow of goods and services (or Circular flow of economic Activity) – Comparative advantage – Consumers – People whose wants are satisfied by Consuming a good or a service. Depression – Distribution – Macroeconomics –Microeconomics – Profit – Recession
- MARITIME AFFAIRS: 30 MARKS
Ports – Introduction to ports – Berths – Wharf – Major Ports – Non Major Ports – Ship –Merchant Vessel – Deck – Crane- Hatch – Yard – Containerization- TEU’s-Dry Port – CFS-ICD Locations of Port –Chartering – Steam Agent- C & F Agent.
- BASIC MATHS: 30 MARKS
Algebra – Ratio – Proportion – Number system – Polynomials – Variations – Percentage.
Application form For MBA Programmes gets released in the month of April/May.
Entrance exam For IMU MBA Programmes will be in the month of June.
Course Commences in the month of July/August.
For more details visit www.imu.edu.in