All programmes will be offered in collaboration with the transportation industry, especially the Indian Railways, thereby enabling an application-oriented approach to academic learning.
Students will have the flexibility to build an academic plan that has the requisite composition of core and elective subjects from all learning tracks: I (Domain knowledge), II (Multidisciplinary learning) and III (Self-discovery and professional development).
The first three trimesters will be common to students across the MBA programmes. This will enable a cross cohort interaction, and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration among students and faculty.
Students would typically have two programme advisors, one expert mentor from the transportation industry, and one academic/research advisor from the university.
To earn a Master’s degree, each student will be required to complete the requisite minimum credit units over the programme period of 2 years of 3 trimesters each.