Be the First to Review
Description

About

India is moving towards a knowledge-based economy. We at IIT believe that much of economic growth that would take place in the coming years in India has to be through efficient management of ventures which are in their growth phase. The management of organization in this phase involves dealing with technological changes at the micro as well as at the macro level.

Thus, managers with a strong background in technology are best placed to lead India into a higher growth path.

IIT Bombay

IIT Bombay, founded in 1958, has established itself as a premier world class teaching and research institution in technology and interdisciplinary programmes. About twenty percent of its alumni are entrepreneurs- many of them first generation. The pre-eminence of the Institute is evident from its varied and effective academic programmes for manpower development to meet the rapidly changing needs of the Organizations.

Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management

To promote interdisciplinary learning and to keep up with the changing environment, IIT Bombay established its management school in 1995 with the objective of transforming professionals with technological background to "Renaissance Leaders" of tomorrow. In the year 2000, the school was renamed as Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, in honor of Dr. Shailesh J. Mehta, a distinguished alumnus of IIT Bombay and a generous contributor to the school. The School Of Management already leads the way in preparing its Graduates to respond to the new challenges by drawing on the varied intellectual resources of IIT Bombay and providing an outstanding and innovative program in management education.

 

Courses

PROGRAMMES

  • Master of Business Administration

Fees for Master of Business Administration (New Entrants -2020 Batch) for Autumn Semester 2020-21

 

Sr.

No.

 

Particulars

Revised fee payable (Rs)

GN/OBC

SC/ST/PD

(A)

(One Time) - At the time of Admission

 

1.     Admission fee

2.      Graduation Transcript Fees

3.      Medical Examination

4.      Provisional Certificate

5.      Student Welfare Fund

6.      Modernisation & Upgradation

7.      Identity Card

2550

600

500

600

1150

2900

600

2550

600

500

600

1150

2900

600

 

Total (A)

8900

8900

(B)    Per Semester Fees

 

1.    Tuition Fee - Statutory fees

2.    Examination Fee

3.    Registration Fee

4.    Gymkhana Fee

5.    Student Benevolent Fund

6.    Medical Fee

*7. Hostel Rent

*8. Elect. & Water Charges

*9. Hostel Establishment Charges

*10. Mess Establishment Charges

11. Student Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF)

**12. Other Specified Fees

100000

1150

850

2000

600

1750

2300

3450

3450

1800

250

130000

00

1150

850

2000

600

1750

2300

3450

3450

1800

250

130000

 

Total (B)

247600

147600

(C)

Refundable Deposits (To be paid at the time of admission)

 

1.    Institute Security Deposits

2.    Library Security Deposits

3.    Mess Security Deposits

3000

3000

3000

3000

3000

3000

 

Total (C)

9000

9000

 

Grand Total (A+B+C)

265500

165500

*Students not staying in hostel are exempted from the payment of items #7, #8, #9 and #10 under (B).

**Item #12 under (B) (Other Specified Fees) includes library, teaching aid, computational facilities, etc.

 NOTE:

Every student, staying in hostel, has to pay a "per semester mess advance" of 27,000/-.Students, who will be permitted for temporary withdrawal from the programme, will be required to pay Rs. 2000/- as a continuation fee per

 

  • Doctoral Programme

Fees, Deposits & Hostel Rent for Ph.D. students (subject to revision as per MHRD/BoG decision)

 

Sr.

No.

Particulars

Fees   payable (Rs.)

GN/OBC

SC/ST/PwD

 

Institute Staff

Group I (Concessional Fee)#

Group II

(Non Concessional Fee)@

A) One time payment at the time of Admission

 

1.     Admission fee

2.     Thesis Fees

3.     Medical Examination

4.     Provisional Certificate

5.     Student Welfare Fund

6.     Modernisation & Upgradation

7.     Identity Card

2200

2500

400

500

1000

2500

500

2200

2500

400

500

1000

2500

500

2200

2500

400

500

1000

2500

500

2200

2500

00

500

1000

2500

00

Total (A)

9600

9600

9600

8700

B) Per Semester Fees

 

1. Tuition Fee ­ Statutory fees

2.   Examination Fee

3.   Registration Fee

4.   Gymkhana Fee

5.  Student Benevolent Fund

6.   Medical Fee

7.   Hostel Rent

8.   Elect. & Water Charges

9.     Hostel Establ. Charges

10.    Mess Establ. Charges

11.  Student Accident Insurance Fund

(SAIF)

2500

1000

750

1750

500

1500

2000

3000

3000

1400

200

25000

1000

750

1750

500

1500

2000

3000

3000

1400

200

00

1000

750

1750

500

1500

2000

3000

3000

1400

200

00

1000

750

00

500

00

00

00

00

00

00

Total (B))

17600

40100

15100

2250

C) Deposits (Refundable) to be paid at the time of Admission

 

1.   Institute Security Deposit

2.   Library Security Deposit

3.   Mess Security Deposit

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

00

00

00

 

Total (C)

3000

3000

3000

00

 

Total Fees (A+B+C)

30200

52700

27700

10950

 

Students not staying in Hostel are exempted from the payment of Hostel fees.

# ­ Group I (Concessional Fee) (Tuition fee @ Rs.2,500/­ i.e. Tuition fee waiver of Rs. 22,500/­) :

(1) Teaching Assistantship(TA), (2) Research Assistantship(RA), (3) TAP (4) RAP (5) Govt./Semi­Govt. Fellowships Awardees(QIP/UGC/CSIR/DAE/DST/DBT/NBHM/ICSSR/MNES/ICAR/ARCI/CPHEEO/ICMR/HBNI/ICPR/AERB/DAE/AICTE/ENDOWMEN T,MERC etc.), Foreign TA, Foreign FA (with Tution fee waiver)

@ ­ Group II : (Non Concessional fee) (Tuition fee @ Rs.25,000/­ i.e. No waiver in Tuition fee):

All other categories ie. SW, EX (First / Second Semester), SF, CT, PS, DRDO Sponsored, IITB­Monash, SFA, Foreign National with ICCR, Foreign SF, etc.

  • External students who have completed the course work and joined the parent organisation are required to pay Rs. 5,200/­ (Rs.5,000/­ (Continuation fee) + 200 SAIF) for GN/OBC category students and Rs. 2,250/­ (Rs. 2,050/­ (Continuation fee)+ Rs.200/­ SAIF) for SC/ST/PD category students.
  •  Students who have permitted temporarily withdrawal from the programme are required to pay Rs.2,000/­ as continuation fee per semester.
  • Research Scholars who are staying in quarters such as Tansa, Tulsi, QIP etc. are required to pay license fee, F.R., ,  as  applicable to this quarters as per Estate Office rules.
  • Management Development Programme
  • EMBA Programme