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SVKM's NMIMS School of Commerce Invites Applications for Undergraduate Programs in Management, Commerce and Finance


Admissions are now open for BBA, B.Sc. Finance, and B.Com. (Hons.)

MUMBAI, India, May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — SVKM’s NMIMS Deemed-to-be-University, a legacy institution with a reputation for academic excellence, invites applications for undergraduate courses at Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce (ASMSOC) in Mumbai and School of Commerce (SOC) in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore, Dhule, Navi Mumbai & Chandigarh. The programs on offer are BBA, B.Sc. Finance and B.Com. (Hons.). These 3-year undergraduate programs are well-known for their on-field experience, industry interface and highly job-oriented curriculum. 

A candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination and must have obtained a minimum of 60% aggregate marks for being eligible to BBA/B.Sc. Finance & B. Com (Hons) program. Mathematics / Statistics at 10+2 or equivalent examination is mandatory for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bengaluru campus. To apply, aspirants should first register at www.nmimsnpat.in. Selected candidates will have to appear for NMIMS-NPAT 2021, the online common entrance test for entry to a host of NMIMS programs. Admissions will be based on merit.

Commenting on the merits of the programs, Dr Ramesh Bhat, Vice Chancellor, SVKM’s NMIMS, said, “The past year has seen a lot of change across the globe, with the pandemic, and business will never be the same. During this time, we discovered operational shortcomings, however, we also found novel and disruptive ways of ensuring business continuity. In this volatile and uncertain world, it will be imperative for organisations to be vigilant and agile, and they will require a workforce that possesses the skills necessary to successfully combat similar unforeseen crises. Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce, well known in the industry for its academic excellence and all-around education, provides undergraduates with a robust professional foundation, enabling them to be valuable contributors to their organisations right from the beginning of their careers.

In the current scenario, we are also working to adjust our admissions procedures in alignment with the fluctuating board exam guidelines, and we will be offering provisional admissions to students on the basis of their NMIMS-NPAT 2021 scores alone.”

Prof. Sangita Kher, I/C Dean, Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce, further added, “At ASM SOC, we bring a unique combination of theory and practice, our program emphasizes not only on the development of analytical skills but also on in-depth application of concepts, tools and techniques to a wide range of situations faced by managers. The curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities imparted at school, make them better leader who have good communication skills, interpersonal skills and ability to assume responsibility. The live projects, experiential learning and corporate interface for various activities make them ready for the real world challenges.” 

PROGRAM DETAILS

BBA (https://commerce.nmims.edu/academics/programs/bba/)

The three-year program is intended for management aspirants with a comprehensive curriculum in business administration. The innovative pedagogy stresses on providing students multifaceted skill sets, backed by a rigorously-honed knowledge base. With two core specialisations in marketing and finance, the program is considered among the best in undergraduate management programs. 

B.Sc. Finance (https://commerce.nmims.edu/academics/programs/bsc-finance/)

Recognised globally for its academic excellence, the three-year program offers students domain specialisation in finance with the emphasis on corporate finance, international financial markets and financial risk management. With the curriculum following a CFA program structure, B.Sc. Finance is ideal for those who wish to specialise in financial management.

B.Com. (Hons.) (https://commerce.nmims.edu/academics/programs/bcom-hons/)

With specialisations in accountancy, auditing, and finance, the B.Com. (Hons.) program is ideal for students who aim to pursue a career in financial services. The research-based curriculum, coupled with modern pedagogy, offers students hands-on experience in the field, with internships, guest lectures, and industrial visits. 

About NMIMS School of Commerce (SOC): 

School of commerce has been ranked as India’s Best Emerging College of the century by India Today – MDRA 2020. It has also ranked as India’s 2nd Best BBA College by India Today – MDRA 2020. In terms of international collaborations, the school of commerce has collaborated with University at Albany, Columbia University, University of Bristol, Clark University and more. The school has campuses in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore and Dhule. The Mumbai campus is known as Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce (ASMSOC). 

About NMIMS – NPAT 2021

NMIMS NPAT 2021 is the official entrance test for admission to UG degree programs being offered by constituent schools of NMIMS as mentioned above at 7 campuses. Candidate can take 2 attempts and best of two scores will be considered. For more information, visit www.nmimsnpat.in

About SVKM’s NMIMS University

Established in 1981, NMIMS is today recognized as a globally reputed university with strong industry linkages. It offers multiple disciplines across 8 campuses that consist of 17 specialized schools, more than 17000 students, and about 750 full-time faculty members, 10 faculty members with Fulbright Scholarship and Humboldt International Scholarship for post-doctoral researchers. It is known for its consistent academic quality and research-focused approach towards holistic education. SVKM’s NMIMS has been granted Category-I Deemed University status by Graded Autonomy Regulation 2018 by MHRD/UGC and NMIMS Mumbai Campus is NAAC accredited with a CGPA of 3.59.

Website: https://nmims.edu/ 

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