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AICAR gets ready for new session; offers lessons in theory & practice of management
by Vijay Birajdar
Category Campus Articles

 This MBA institute believes in the ‘Learning by Doing’ to foster leadership.


AICAR Business School, situated in the picturesque foothills of Matheran (Maharashtra), 90 km away from Mumbai, is getting ready for the new academic session. Currently, this MBA institute offers full time PGDM courses with specializations in Communication, Marketing, Financial Services and Human Resources & PGDM in Banking Insurance & Finance. This institute offers a unique combination of theory and practice in management sphere.  

The admission process of AICAR Business School is open for the current academic batch 2011-13 in the AICTE approved two year PGDM (both courses). The admission will be on the basis of written exam in AICAR or scores of CAT, XAT, MAT, SET and ATMA. Group Discussion and Personal Interview followed by a presentation or a case study on a given topic. Weightage will also be given to previous academic performance and work experience. Final selection is based on the aggregate scores in the various parts (elements) of the admissions/selection process.

AICAR is different from other MBA institutes, it believes in teaching beyond the classes. The students have live projects and simulation models. “AICAR has a combination of academicians and practitioners that has resulted in breakthrough ideas in syllabus and teaching methods,”. This MBA institute believes in the ‘Learning by Doing’ to foster leadership.

The pedagogy of the AICAR Business School involves project with industries, management applications in community development, consultancy and management development project, group works in areas such as corporate relations, cultural events, academics, placement services etc. The MBA institute delves into providing a strong grasp of management fundamentals, analytical abilities and presentation skills. It also encourages students to inquire how and why things happen.

“Management is much more than mere book knowledge, assimilation and analysis. It is about application. It is ultimately about making things happen.”