aOrganization : Ambedkar University Delhi
Entrance Exam : MBA 2016 Admission Test
Facility : Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
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Frequently Asked Questions :
1. What is unique about the MBA programme of AUD?
Apart from the fundamentals of Management and an opportunity to specialize in important functional areas including Marketing, Finance, H.R. /OB, Operations Management, the two-year course exposes students to elements of Public Policy and Social Entrepreneurship, along with an understanding of culture & society in a global context.
Related : Ambedkar University MBA 2016 Admission Test : www.entrance.net.in/7038.html
2. What is special about the MASE programme?
MA in Social Entrepreneurship is a two-year (full time) programme uniquely designed for potential entrepreneurs, especially focusing on the social sector. The students are given the essential inputs of Business Administration in the first year, while they are guided to develop skills and techniques to help to become social entrepreneurs in the second year of the programme.
3. Can a candidate apply to both the programmes?
No, a candidate can apply to only one: either MBA or MASE programme.
4. When can candidates apply for admission to MBA or MASE programme at AUD?
Interested candidates should visit our website (aud.ac.in). Online application facilities will open on Tuesday, 15th December 2015 and will close on Thursday, 31st March 2016. Candidates are required to apply on-line by paying an application fee of Rs.1000/- (Rs.500/- for SC/ ST / PD candidates).
5. How to complete an on-line application for the MBA or MASE programme?
Candidates are advised to go through the detailed instructions given in the Bulletin of Information of the School of Business, Public Policy & Social Entrepreneurship which is uploaded on the AUD website (aud.ac.in)
6. What is the process of admission to the 2-year MBA and the 2-year MASE programme?
Based on the scores obtained in the Admission Test, candidates will be shortlisted for personal interview (PI) in case of MBA. Candidates will also write an essay of 300 words on the day of the interview which will be assessed at the time of Interview. Applicants to the MASE programme will be shortlisted for Personal Interview on the basis of scores obtained in the Admission Test. The statement of purpose (SOP) submitted by the candidates while applying to MASE programme will also be assessed at the time of Interview.
7. What is the likely pattern of the admission test?
The admission test will be of 2 hour duration which will consist of Multiple Choice Questions. It is an aptitude test comprising two sections intended to assess the candidate’s ability in the area of (i) Quantitative Skills and Analytical Reasoning; and (ii) English Language Comprehension and Verbal Ability
8. Where can the outstation candidates take the Admission Test?
Outstation candidates can take the Test only at AUD, in Delhi. There will be no other centre in Delhi or outside Delhi.
10. What are the eligibility conditions?
Candidates who have secured at least 50% of marks or equivalent CGPA (45% for candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ Physically Disabled (PD) categories) in a Bachelor’s degree programme are eligible to apply.
11. Can candidates appearing in the final year examination apply?
Yes, Candidates who will be appearing in the final year of Bachelor’s Degree examination are eligible to apply, irrespective of their percentage of scores obtained so far, provided that they expect to fulfill the eligibility criteria when the results are declared. (Such candidates will be required to provide their final result before 31 August 2016).
12. How many seats are available in the MBA and the MASE programme?
There are 42 seats in MBA and 10 seats in MASE programme.
13. Are there reserved seats?
Yes, 85% of seats are reserved for candidates who reside in / graduating from the NCT of Delhi and 15% of seats are open to candidates belonging to the rest of India. The NCT seats will be distributed on the basis of the norms of reservation followed by the NCT of Delhi.
14. What are these different Categories of Seats?
Each applicant will choose to apply in one of the following Categories: Unreserved (UR); Scheduled Caste (SC); Scheduled Tribe (ST); Other Backward Class – non-creamy layer (OBC); Physically Disabled (PD); Children of Defense Personnel killed/disabled in Action (CW); Foreign Nationals not studying in India (FS).