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Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi

Delhi, Delhi | Ratings: 3/5 (4 votes) - Add Review
Established : 1973 | Accredited/Approved : AICTE

About Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi

Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi was bought up in 1973, is one of the admired University of Delhi, founded a PG program in Business Economics, uniting the basics of economic analysis with the applied aspects of the business world with the changing business environment. This institute provides new course which has been advanced with the impartial to equip students with the theoretical knowledge and with the capable application of this information through the means of suitable tools.

  • In this institute all the classrooms provide the most favorable environment for dynamic and focused discussions.
  • Here the seminar rooms and Auditorium imparts the avenues for learning beyond the classroom.
  • The college has fully air conditioned cafeteria which provides nutritious meals at reasonable rate.
  • This institute encouraged to explore their athletic skills and hobbies.
  • Department of Business Economics, University of Delhi provides outdoor and indoor sports facilities such badminton courts and table tennis, helps students to unwind during their hectic schedules.

This institute had conducted SUCCESSFUL EVENT which brought composed juniors and seniors for the 1st time in teams of 6 against each other on the cricket battle ground. This institute also organizes the SPORTS EVENT which is held between different departments of the campus and the games include cricket, football, sprint, relay and many more.

No. of faculties

6

Campus area

69 Acres

Year of establishment

1973

Institute type

Public/Government

Approved by

AICTE

Affiliated to

Delhi University

Famous as

DBE

Hostel facility

Separate for both male and female

Why Join

  • The college is ranked 60th for providing management education to the students in the year 2017 by Business Today.
  • The annual event of Finance Club-Blue chips called Investellar is conducted by the Department of Business Economics.
  • Masters Premier League is conducted every year in order to encourage the students in sports activities.
  • The college has huge alumni network and provides good job opportunities for the students based on their career profile.

Placement:

The students are provided with live projects and case studies in order to help them know the methods used in the industry for achieving success.

The placement cell arranges a corporate engagement program to train the students as per the present business scenario and provide industrial exposure to gain more knowledge about it.

Average salary package

INR 8.53 LPA

Highest salary package

INR 16.25 LPA

Top recruiters

HSBC Bank, Deloitte, Cognizant, ICICI Bank, IMRB, Smart Analyst, Grail Research, Royal Bank of Scotland

Hostel fee:

The institute has on campus accommodation for both men and women i.e. Saramati for Men and Geetanjali for Women.

The hostel provides the students with ventilated and well furnished rooms with medical services, laundry service and food facility to provide home like feeling for the students.

The canteen provides the students with quality food 4 times a day and snacks as a source of refreshment for the students.

Facilities

Gym, Canteen, twin sharing rooms, laundry services, medical services, TV, washing area

Course details:

The department of business economics which is a part of University of Delhi provides the students with MBA courses of two years duration with specialization in Business Economics.

Course

Specialization

CAT Cutoff

MBA

Business Economics

90

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Course fee structure

CourseFeesDuration
MBA - Business and Economics Request 2 years
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Contact Information

Contact Numbers:

+91-11-24111141

Email ID:

mbeadmindu@gmail.com

Address:

Uarez Marg Dhaula Kuan,, Delhi, India

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