Five-Year Integrated Management Programme at University of Mumbai


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University of Mumbai has invited applications for admission to the Integrated Bachelors in Management Studies-Masters in Business Administration (BMS-MBA) course for the academic year 2022-23 at the University of Mumbai, School of Management Studies, Thane.

Eligibility: Higher Secondary School Certificate / Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognised Board with minimum 45% aggregate (40% aggregate in case of Reserved category) from Science, Commerce, Arts or any other stream / discipline. Applicant should be below 20 years of age (22 years in case of Reserved category and PWD candidates).

There are 60 seats for the course. 85% of the seats shall be reserved for the students qualified and domiciled in Maharashtra.

Selection: Admission will be based on All India Merit Rank of Mumbai University Common Management Entrance test (MUCMET) which will be conducted in the online mode from 3 pm to 5 pm on 31.5.2022. The test will have 50 Multiple Choice, Objective type questions from (i) Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (ii) Quantitative Aptitude (iii) Logical / Abstract Reasoning (iv) General Awareness. Each correct answer carries 2 marks while each incorrect answer will get - 0.5 marks. There is no sectional cut-off.

The detailed Notification is available at https://mu.ac.in/thane-sub-campus-2

Application: Registration can be done through the link provided in the Notification, till 3 pm on 27.5.2022.

Application fee is Rs. 500/- (Rs. 250/- for Reserved category) to be paid using Internet Banking / Debit Card / Credit Card.

For details, visit https://mu.ac.in/thane-sub-campus-2

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