The programme shall be called Master of Business Administration which is abbreviated as MBA.


  • The MBA Programme shall be of two-year duration extended over four semesters starting in the month of July every year.
  • Each year have two semesters. The odd semester examinations will be conducted in November and even semester in June of every year.
  • The Student shall be allowed a maximum 3 years of duration (from the date of registration of the first semester) to become eligible for the award of MBA Degree, failing which he/she shall have to register once again as a fresh candidate in the first semester.


The Government of Gujarat, Education Department by way of a notification had constituted Committee called “Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC)” for MBA to regulate the admission of candidates to the professional degree through online counseling process which is adopted by our College.

  1. For the purpose of admission, a candidate shall have appeared in the Common Management Aptitude Test (CMAT) as prescribed and conducted by AICTE, for the corresponding year.
  2. A candidate shall have passed the qualifying Bachelor Degree examination with a minimum of 50% marks (45% marks in case of SC/ST/SEBC category candidates) from-

(A)       a University situated in the Gujarat State; or

(B)       a University situated outside the Gujarat State provided that the candidate shall have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination

            (Standard XII, 10+2 pattern) or its equivalent examination from:

(i)         The Gujarat Board; or

(ii)        The Central Board of Secondary Education: Provided that, –

(a)        The school in which the candidate has studied shall have been located in the State of Gujarat; or

(b)        The school in which the candidate has studied shall have been located in the Union Territories of Daman and Diu or Dadra and Nagar Haveli; or

(iii)       The Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi: Provided that, –

(a)        The school in which the candidate has studied shall have been located in the State of Gujarat; or

(b)        The school, in which the candidate has studied, shall have been located in the Union Territories of Daman and Diu or Dadra and Nagar Haveli.

(III)       Subject to the provisions of sub-rules (1) and (2), a candidate who has appeared in the final year of Bachelor’s Degree examination shall also be eligible

              to apply provided that he shall have passed the qualifying examination with 50% marks (45% marks in case of Scheduled Castes,

              Scheduled Tribes and SEBC candidates) at the time of admission.


  • Pedagogy – The pedagogy of the MBA Programme includes classroom lectures, case discussions and students’ participation, and PowerPoint presentations by students.
  • All the students shall undergo a Project Study/Thesis for about 4 to 8 weeks during the Second and Fourth Semesters.
  • A project report must be submitted to the placement officer or the respectively assigned faculty-in-charge.
  • A viva-voce shall be conducted, based on the project report. The University shall appoint the examiners to conduct the VIVA-VOCE. One examiner shall be from outside the region or outside the university.
  • Project Study/Thesis will be equivalent to 2 courses in the Fourth Semester.
  • The evaluation of the Project Study will be divided into 50 percent for the quality of the project report and the remaining 50 percent for VIVA-VOCE.


  • A student shall be considered to have satisfied the attendance requirements if he/she has attended not less than 75% of the classes in each subject of each semester.
  • A student who does not satisfy the attendance requirements, mentioned above, shall not be eligible to appear for the end semester university examination of that particular subject.
  • The Attendance In-charge shall provide the attendance status every month to the students.
  • The students having excess absences and the list will also be sent to the parents who may be called for counseling if necessary.


  • Internal marks shall be based on Assignments / Class Tests / Projects / Term Papers / Mid Term Exam / Presentation / Forums and Field Trips/Attendance in the respective subjects. The weight age of Internal marks is 40%.
  • A student must secure 40% of 40 internal marks (i.e. 16 marks) in order to be eligible for External University Exam.
  • The internal assessment mark list shall be displayed on the notice board. If any corrections are to be made the changes shall be incorporated before sending the marks to the University.

Note: No corrections of the internal assessment marks will be made after submission of marks to the University.


  • No candidate will be allowed to appear in any course more than twice and no candidate shall be allowed to appear in any course beyond three years calculated from the date of his/her registration to the programme i.e. a candidate must qualify for the award of the degree within three years.

          The semester-wise break up of 32 papers shall be as follows:

  •           Semester I: 8 Compulsory papers
  •           Semester II: 8 Compulsory papers
  •           Semester III: 2 Compulsory papers + 6 special papers of opted dual specialization

                    Three from each specialization.

  •           Semester IV: 2 Compulsory papers + 4 Special papers of opted dual specialization

                    Two from each specialization.

  •           A Project Study/Thesis is equivalent to 2 papers (200 marks)

                    Each paper will have a minimum of 40 credit hours.

Eligibility for Passing:

  • The student will have to secure a minimum of 40% marks in a paper for passing that paper and a minimum of 50% in aggregate for successful completion of the degree (all 2 years combined).

Award of Degree/Classes:

  • A candidate shall have to clear all the courses of the programme and secure a minimum of 50% of aggregate marks to qualify for the degree.
  • A candidate securing 50% or above and below 65% shall be awarded Second Class. A candidate securing 65% or above shall be awarded First Class.                                                                     

Repeater Examination:

  • The student failing in any subject of any semester will be considered to be a Repeater and can rewrite the exam of that respective subject of the respective Semester Examination conducted by the University in consecutive years. (within 3 years).

The Student can repeat the failed subject/paper only once.

          For example:

  • First Semester Repeater Examination will be held along with regular examinations of III Semester (November)
  • Second Semester Repeater Examinations will be held along with regular examinations of IV Semester (June).


FIRST YEAR (New Syllabus)

Semester – I (8 Compulsory Papers)

  1. MBA-C-101 – Principal and Processes of Management
  2. MBA-C-102 – Managerial Economics
  3. MBA-C-103 – Business Environment
  4. MBA-C-104 – Statistics and Quantitative Techniques
  5. MBA-C-105 – Accounting for Managers
  6. MBA-C-106 – Computer Applications in Management
  7. MBA-C-107 – Managerial Skill Development
  8. MBA-C-108 – Organizational Behavior

Semester – II (8 Compulsory Papers)

  1. MBA-C-201 – Research Methodology
  2. MBA-C-202 – Project Management
  3. MBA-C-203 – Operations Management
  4. MBA-C-204 – Human Resource Management
  5. MBA-C-205 – Financial Management
  6. MBA-C-206 – Marketing Management
  7. MBA-C-207 – Management Information System (MIS)
  8. MBA-C-208 – Fundamentals of Agri-Business Management


Semester – III (2 Compulsory Papers)

  1. MBA-C-301 – Strategic Management
  2. MBA-C-302 – Business Ethics

Specialization Paper: (A student will have to undergo all the six papers of opted dual specialization, three from each specialization)


(a) Marketing Management (Code-MBA-M)

  1. MBA-M-303 – Consumer Behaviour
  2. MBA-M-304 – Product and Brand Management
  3. MBA-M-305 – International Marketing

(b) Human Resources Management (Code-MBA-H)

  1. MBA-H-303 – International Human Resource Management
  2. MBA-H-304 – Human Resource Development
  3. MBA-H-305 – Management of Industrial Relations

(c) Financial Management (Code-MBA-F)

  1. MBA-F-303 – Financial Institutions and Markets
  2. MBA-F-304 – Security Analysis
  3. MBA-F-305 – International Financial Management

Semester – IV (2 Compulsory Papers)

  1. MBA-C-401 – Entrepreneurship Development & Small Business Management
  1. MBA-C-402 – Business Legislation

Specialization: (A student will have to undergo four papers of dual specializations opted in the semester III, two from each specialization.)


(a) Marketing Management (Code – MBA-M)

  1. MBA-M-403 – Advertising and Sales Promotion Management
  2. MBA-M-404 – Marketing of Service

(b) Human Resource Management (Code – MBA-H)

  1. MBA-H-403 – Human Resource Accounting & Compensation Management
  2. MBA-H-404 – Legal Framework Governing Human Relations

(c) Financial Management (Code – MBA-F)

  1. MBA-F-403 – Management of Financial Services
  2. MBA-F-404 – Portfolio Management

Project Study/Thesis are equal to 2 subjects.

Project Study/Thesis:

The students will be required to undertake a Project Study/Thesis in II & IV Semesters. This will be a sponsored project in an industry or business. The credit equivalent of the project work will be equivalent to two courses. (200 marks) Project Work is to be done from any one of the areas of specialization.

    Our Services

    METAS of Seventh-Day Adventists is a part of the vast array of educational and medical institution run by the Seventh – day Adventist Organization.​
    Worldwide they are operating 5590 educational establishments, including 114 universities and colleges.​



    (College) 0261-2668686
    (School) 0261-2655360


    (Hospital) 0261-2652402