Students who earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at RLIMS equip themselves with the knowledge essential for real-world business environment. RLIMS core curriculum is periodically revised and restructured to meet the needs of ever-changing business situation. Knowledgeable professionals from the Industry and Academia take part in this exercise of reformation. RLIMS follows a level (Semester) based pattern of evaluation. The first year of the course provides rigorous grounding in all fields of management. The second year operates on a specialized approach wherein the student is allowed to choose from a range of courses.

RLIMS  MBA graduates have competency in accounting, economics, finance, marketing and organizational behavior, as well as expertise on the inter-relatedness of business functions with executive decision-making abilities and corporate leadership. Business skills such as effective presentation, computation, analytical and critical thinking, managing information, creativity and aesthetic awareness are imbibed in the pedagogy and practice of RLIMS.

 RLIMS  Professional Learning Reflects:

The value of an MBA at RLIMS is the atmosphere and culture that the students enjoy. Faculty, business leaders and skilled entrepreneurs strengthen students’ entrepreneurial spirit and inspire creativity, innovation, teamwork and leadership encouraging community service and social corporate responsibility.

In addition, students are challenged to solve compound problems spanning multiple business disciplines and tackle real-world issues on a global scale. RLIMS professors utilize optimum practices of today’s corporate environment, involve students in personal research projects and encourage students to organize and lead events in an ethical and professional manner adding tremendous value to their MBA degree.

  1. Complete understanding of the organization’s assumptions and values with hands on real life training in an industrial setting.
  2. An all-round development of the personality through participation in co-curricular and extension activities.
  3. Preparation for all aspects of life beyond the campus including work, service and leadership within local and national communities.