IIT Delhi MBA Part Time Notification

Applications are invited for admissions to a 3-year Part-Time (Evening) MBA Program with focus on ‘Technology Management’ designed to impart management education to working executives. This program is aimed at enabling the managers to effectively contribute in evolving core competencies in Indian industry. Along with the above focus, a student can also specialize in the major functional streams such as Marketing, Finance, Strategy, Human Resources, Operations and Information Technology. Classes are schedule during evening hours on working days.

Eligibility

  • Bachelor’s degree in any branch of Engineering/Technology/Architecture/Pharmacy/B.Sc. Agriculture Engineering (Minimum 4 years after 10+2)
    Or
    Master’s degree in any branch of Physical/Chemical/Mathematical Sciences like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Application, Electronic Science, Environmental Science, Operations Research,
    Computational/Information Science, Agriculture or Master’s Degree in Commerce/Economics. Candidates having CA/ICWAI with suitable background are also eligible.
  • Minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters) or 6.75 CGPA on a 10 point scale or equivalent in the above mentioned degree programmes are essential for admission.
  • There is a relaxation of 5 % in marks or equivalent in CGPA for SC/ST candidates.
  • A minimum of 2 years of post qualifying degree work experience as on 01 August 2009.

Reservation as per Government of India rules.

Admission Process includes a Written Test, Group Discussions and Interview. Weight age will be given to professional background in terms of higher performance in the qualifying degree/diplomas and work experience. Written test is designed in four components to assess Verbal, Analytical, Quantitative/Data Interpretation and Business Awareness Abilities.

Details

Last Date of Receipt of Application form with DD

16 March 2009

Written Test

29 March 2009

Group Discussion and Interview

18-19 April 2009

Classes begin

27 July 2009

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How to Apply

Desirous candidates can submit the application on prescriber Proforma (download from www.iitd.ac.in) alongwith a DD of Rs. 1,000/- for GEN/OBC and Rs. 500/- for SC/ST/PH drawn in favour of Registrar, IIT Delhi so that it reaches on or before 16 March, 2009 (Monday) to:

The Deputy Registrar (PG)
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016

Written Test GD and Interviews will be conducted only at IIT Delhi. While filling the form, candidates should ensure that they fulfull the eligibility criteria.

Written Test

Candidate should report at IIT Delhi (Exhibition Hall) at 09:00 hours on 29 March, 2009 (Sunday) for written test. Candidate should carry with them two copies of self attested Admit Card available with the prescriber application form. No separate communication will be sent for written test. The seating plan and test venue will be displayed on IIT Delhi website on 27 th March, 2009. The list of short-listed candidates on the basis of written test to be invited for GD + Interview will be displayed on IIT Delhi website: www.iitd.ac.in on 10 April, 2009

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  • neetika

    when will the next batch start

    • shobhitkaushik2002

      Next batch will start around the same time in 2010.If ur a B.E./B.Tech with 2+yrs wk-ex this is the best course in the market………

      • rohit

        tell me one thing is it necessary to have a work ex of 2 years

        • shobhitkaushik2002@yahoo.com

          Yes 2 years is a mandatory requirement, even 1 month less than that can be casue of concern/rejection ..But it should be 2 years as of August 31st of that academic year…..best of luck

          • Guneetsingh Saini

            Hi shobhit…..could u tell me about placements regarding Part time executive MBA…..i mean do IIT provide placement assitance after 3 years of completion

          • SK

            First of all the degree awarded is MBA not a PGDM or a Part Time MBA. Though it is nicknamed as Part Time MBA it will make more sense if u call it MBA for Working Executives. Being an IITian with Exec-MBA background I didn’t feel the need of on campus placements at all. I had 2 yrs wk-ex in TCS when I joined this Exec-MBA Course, and now when I switched to TSYS (A US based Fortune company dealing in credit cards) I could get a 78% hike in my salary this year. As for the senior guys with 10+ yrs work exp some of them have been getting 40-60% hike in the salaries.Percentage varies depending on job profile/ domain/wk-ex and market demand. Also what you learned in ur 3 years is the most important criteria when u switch. Once ur in IIT believe me u will be assiting other’s and u wont need any assistance at all. Here at IIT we compare ourselves only with MIT (Sloan School of Mgmnt).

          • SK

            IIT Delhi will not provide any placement assistance to you as you are already placed in a company. As for jobs let me assure you that if learn and are able to understand , conceptualize and implement MBA principles then you will be a top shot busy assisting others
            i.e u wont need any assistance at all.
            As for facts, people with less than 5 yrs wkex have been getting jumps of 60%, while I got a jump of 78% this year when I switched in to a MBA profile.
            Few people(rare cases) have got jumps of 80% also while some stayed in their existing jobs and got double promotions. First try to learn the essentials of Mgmnt , rewards will come automatically.Your CGPA is an important determinant.
            Remember:- We at IIT compare ourselves only with MIT. Hope this helps……….

      • pradeepmlk

        Hey !
        I am graduate in Engg. (IETE) with 5+ yrs of experience. However, My aggregate in graduation is 58%. I also don't falls under SC/ST category. Am I still eligible for this course? Can somebody clarify “6.75 CGPA on a 10 point scale” criteria as eligibility for this course???

        Thanks in advance!!

        • shobhitkaushik2002

          I dont think IIT/IIM system is flexible enough to change their basic requirements criteria.
           Thanks and regards
          Shobhit Kaushik
          Tata Consultancy Services

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          • a mathew

            hello shobhit…could you just clarify upto what number does the wait list go in part time mba selection at iit delhi? i am number 14 on the 2010 list. does it hold a chance. i was told that it went upto number 16 or so last year. is that true? looking forward to hear from you…

          • shobhit

            Please do follow up with IIT Delhi, I am sure u will get a call.Yes it did reach around 16 in 2008 also ………See u at IIT Delhi!!!!!! best of luck..but do regular follow up with them..through phone call/email/meet them in person etc…

          • a mathew

            thanks shobhit for that prompt response…appreciate you for the effort you take to reply to each one of these queries…but for us out here, its a great help…thanks buddy. hope to see you too :-) cheers!

        • shobhitkaushik2002@yahoo.com

          Need to discuss with IIT only..Looks like probably No…

  • shobhitkaushik2002

    Its a wonderful course………highly recommended for people with engineering degree and 2+yrs of wk-exp.

  • amitnag

    already i had seen the add of addmission..and came to know about the dates . i wann to ask, which form i have to fill for the part time MBA course ? Is it JMET 2010 ?

    • shobhit

      No , IIT Delhi MBA for Working Executives(3 years) is different from 2 years IIT Delhi MBA through JMET.Syllabus is almost 90% same, brand value is almost 90% same probably higher if ur ;learning is good….Only the written test varies ..In Exec-MBA they have section on business awareness also

  • Abhinandan Rajput

    Dear Sir/Mam,

    I have done 3 years Diploma in Industrial & Production Engineering after that I have done Graduation Bsc IT from PTU Jallandhar. Kindly provide me the details whether I am eligible for Part time MBA from IIT Delhi.

    As I am very keen to pursue this course currently I am working with British MNC in Gurgaon

    Best Regards

    • shobhitkaushik2002@yahoo.com

      You need to follow with IIT Delhi.No comments…….May be they will consider u…

  • N Anwer

    I would like to know the diffculty level of the written test. I mean how many students appear for the written test? How many go ahead to the GD and interview level? Would more experience attract more marks(e.g. 5+)?
    I have roughly 2 months for preparation. Is it enough?

    • shobhit

      written test is like ok.If ur preparing for MBA full time then u will get through the written test easily…

    • shobhit

      Yes my friend, More the wk-exp more the chances of selection……….
      As for the written test, if ur preparing for JMET, then u should get through easily……

  • N Anwer

    I would like to know the diffculty level of the written test. I mean how many students appear for the written test? How many go ahead to the GD and interview level? Would more experience attract more marks(e.g. 5+)?
    I have roughly 2 months for preparation. Is it enough?

  • Vivek Yadav

    What is semester/annual fee for part time MBA.

    • Shobhit

      This is like a Free MBA.
      See for yourself:-
      At IIM’s, students pay Rs 10 lakhs fees to get a avge placement package of Rs.15lakhs. Here at IIT Delhi students pay Rs 2 lakhs fees to get a avge placement package of Rs. 12 lakhs.
      Show some managerial skills and judge for ur self…
      Come on now…what is better?.

    • Shobhitkaushik2002

      Total fees for this 3 year Exec MBA program is Rs 2 lakhs including everything.

    • kss

      Rs 4 lakhs for the entire 3 year course.(split into 6 semesters)

  • Piyush

    I m tracking this course fot last 2 months and made up my mind to make attempt for this,but for preparation i have some doubt in preparing for sections Business Awareness/Verbal Communication,is preparing for JMET will do, or is there any other special study material available in market for this course.

  • Hi Shobit i m tracking this course fot last 2 months and made up my mind to make attempt for this,but for preparation i have some doubt in preparing for sections Business Awareness/Verbal Communication,is preparing for JMET will do, or is there any other special study material available in market for this course.

    • kss

      Take a Barrons’s GMAT book (any edition-12th,13th etc) and go through all the sections thoroughly. The questions will be similar.
      As for Business Awareness section you can read Economic Times.

  • Hi Shobit i m tracking this course fot last 2 months and made up my mind to make attempt for this,but for preparation i have some doubt in preparing for sections Business Awareness/Verbal Communication,is preparing for JMET will do, or is there any other special study material available in market for this course.

  • Shobhitkaushik2002

    Hi Piyush,

    Great to know you are planning to go for this Exec-MBA program from IIT.
    First of all please ensure that you fulfill the eligibility criteria.(i.e B.E. with 60% and above marks and minimum 2 years of work experience before 31st July 2011). Also check website incase there is any deviation from what I have said above.

    As for the preparation, please go to the below mentioned link and download the last 4 year question paper’s.

    http://www.iitd.ac.in/deptt/ms/parttime/sample.html

    You can solve these 4 question paper’s and prepare accordingly. The weightage given to written test as follows:-

    1.) Written Test- 35%
    2.) Work Experience and Job profile+ Academic background:- 25%
    3.) GD +PI- 40%

    So write a good Statement of Purpose and send a good updated cv highlighting your achievements.
    The number of applicants for 3 year Exec-MBA’s in IIT’s/IIM’s is always much less than full time.
    If you get selected then do join it as it is the best in the Delhi/NCR.
    Do share your professional background with me and I may be in a position to help you out a little bit more.

    • Piyush_bajpayee

      Hi Shobit

      I have cleared written test and waiting for GD+PI turn.I have done B.tech with 76 % and have experiance of 2 yrs and 6 months of core networking.I need one more favour that ,is attendance is an issue in IITD

      • Shobhitkaushik2002

        If you dont plan to attend atleast 75-80% of the classes then please don’t join the course,
        because post completion of the same you will not get much value add in your career.
        Its better you go for a distance learning /correspondence program in the first place itself.
        Interaction with world class faculty and peer group i.e working executives from top mnc’s is the unique selling point of any Exec-MBA program. Best of luck.!!

    • Piyush_bajpayee

      Also can you suggest me some topics of GD which specially I should prepare

      • Shobhitkaushik2002

        Prepare General topics for GD/PI for eg Inflation, Liberalization, Black money and its impact on Indian Economy, Recession of 2008-09 etc.

  • Devi Singh

    Hi SHobhit …

    I need some information on this course.I have Six Years works ex. in Sales & Marketing of Power Sector.I am working with US MNC in Gurgaon.How many days classes in part time MBA or how much time in evening?It is neccessary to attend all classes.Attendance is major issue.There is any provision or deADLINE FOR attendance.Please reply me.I have 64.5% marks in My B.E.So that i can think for prepration.

    Please brother reply…..

    Thanks

    With best regards,

    Devi Singh

    • Shobhitkaushik2002

      Classes are held 4 days a week usually from 6.15 to 9.45 PM (Mon-Thurs).

      Advantages of doing an Exec-MBA over a regular MBA?

      Whilst the EMBA does not offer campus placements, there is significant choice as far as learning is concerned. The students decide the courses offered. If a course is not offered, the administration will accommodate and provide one if there is enough interest. Classes are typically smaller than that of a traditional MBA. However, a class of 60 people gives you the opportunity to be very close to most of your classmates. All students even in IIM campus MBAs with 300 to 500 students per batch agree that there is a big amount of anonymity. Additionally, instead of networking with a younger traditional MBA crowd of 24-26 year olds with two to four years of work experience, the Exec-MBA only accepts more experienced candidates. Hence, your faculty is made up of a powerful network of senior management, CEOs, CFOs, or Senior VPs of a major companies or start-ups. The key to networking is not necessarily the number of people, but the quality of the crowd. If you attend a very good university or IIT/IIM business school, your professors are the best of the best, chosen not only from your school, but others as well. They are Industry experts frequently coming to share their experiences on the Exec-MBA as it typically has no requirement to use solely internal professors. Companies tend to pay for the course or subsidize a large portion of it. You earn a full salary while going to school, so your opportunity cost is greatly decreased. This will offset the extra expense if you had to pay yourself. For a reasonably experienced industry professional with family obligations, the logistic issues involved in relocating to a different state (to do full time MBA) also act as a deterrent in many cases. Exec-MBA’s give you a unique advantage of adding to your number of years of work experience while you earn that coveted MBA degree. Typically Exec-MBA courses work out cheaper than a full-time course since you earn and learn –both at the same time. Essentially, the bottom line is that both the MBA and the Exec-MBA at a top B-school like IIT/IIM/ISB are fine programmes, but have very different characteristics. They are remarkably well tailored for their audience, which means that one suits you better than the other. It is not really a matter of choice. Most people who apply to full time MBA’s are not qualified with enough work experience to enter an Exec-MBA program.

    • Shobhitkaushik2002

      Usually students of a particular batch form a group at yahoo/google. The Students select amongst themselves a class representative(CR). The CR interacts with the faculty on a regular basis.
      Presentations/ppts of each and every chapter taught in the class are uploaded to the group site and you will receive it automatically in your email ‘s inbox at home. However try to keep the attendance as high as possible because higher the interaction with the faculty ,more is the the learning, and more the learning more the job prospects on completion of the course.

  • Manish kandpal

    Hi Shobhit,
    Its nice to saw all ur replies…
    Myself Manish, having almost 6 yrs of work-ex. Currently working as Module Leader in a SW MNC.
    I have been selected for IIT-Delhi PT MBA (2011-2013).
    Since March 2011, I am also preparing for GMAT but now I am getting very less time for prepartion, as very damn busy in office job.
    Can you please elobrate me further about this program. What will be mentioned in degree, what is the industry exposure of this program, will I get a status of an IITian etc.
    I am very confusesd tht should I continue my prepartion of GMAT or should i join this course?
    By the way personally I really want to join this course as IIT is IIT man……..but I am just confusing that it is a part time course so should it is having that weight or not what other IIT regular courses have????

    Please Shobhit…help me out here….

    • Shobhitkaushik2002

      Go for this course from IIT Delhi.Obviously you willbe an IITian for life.Degree awarded is MBA though marketed and branded as Exec-MBA/MBA (Part Time)/ MBA for Working Executives etc.

    • kss

      answers to ur questions are as follows:-
      Q) What will be mentioned in degree,
      A) MBA degree (Master of Business Administration)
      Q) what is the industry exposure of this program, will I get a status of an IITian etc.
      A) Yes. Of course.
      Q)should I continue my prepartion of GMAT or should i join this course?
      A) Join IIT MBA program
      Q) I really want to join this course as IIT is IIT man……..but I am just confusing that it is a part time course so should it is having that weight or not what other IIT regular courses have????
      A) It is better than fulltime MBA if you use the experience of your batch mates to your advantage.

  • Shobhitkaushik2002

    Request all IIT Delhi Exec-MBA aspirants to go through this link for getting answers to all their questions:-
    http://www.coolavenues.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25614

  • kanika

    hi is there any waiting list for part time mba from IIT-D?

    • Shobhit

      Yes there is a waiting list. It usually goes up to 20 odd.

  • My_dream_IIT

    HI shobhit…I got selected in IITD=Exec MBA programme.. I want to know some details of the course apart from the one that you have mentioned on the post thread….Can you please let me know your email id at the earliest……..Please send me a test mail at my email id as mentioned below :

    er.akshat777@gmail.com

    • sk

      Congratulations !

  • anshul

    hi my waiting list is 41 this year in part time mba iit . Do I have any chance ? What is the last year cleared wait list??

  • Shobhit, IIT Delhi

    More information guys-

    This course is best suited for IT professionals/ non-IT engineers with 2-5 years of work experience who wish to migrate from the job profile of a Software Engineer (Salary 3-5 LPA) to that of a Business Analyst(Salary 5-8 LPA) and then from BA to PM (8-12 LPA) in the next 3 years.

    5 years ago, when I joined this course in 2008, what I said seemed fiction to may , but now it is a fact with most of my batchmates who were SE/SSE’s are now Project Manager’s in KPMG, RBS, Bank of America, Sapient, HCL etc.