IIM Bodh Gaya offers MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management and Digital Business Management. Candidates will be admitted to 90 and 60 seats in both courses.
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Indian Institute of Management (IIMS, Bodh Gaya has announced two new courses in Master of Business Administration (MBA) for the academic year 2023-24. These include MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management and MBA in Digital Business Management. The first batch of both courses will start in the last week of June 2023. For this, the admission test will start from next week. Admission to MBA courses at IIM Bodh Gaya will depend on the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2022 percentage.
Shortlisted candidates will be able to fill the Expression of Interest (EOI) form by the first week of February. They will then be called for the Personal Interview (PI) round. The final merit list prepared on the basis of CAT, PI and academic profile rating will be used for admission.
How many seats will be admitted?
Initially IIM Bodh Gaya will offer 90 and 60 seats in Digital Business Management and Hospital & Healthcare Management respectively. Vinita Sahay, Director, IIM Bodhgaya said, “Both the new MBA programs are in line with the institute’s mission and vision. MBA (Hospital and Healthcare Management) and MBA (Digital Business Management) will create a niche in healthcare and digital space respectively.
What will students study during the course?
MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management will be a two-year full-time course, taught in six terms. The program will have a total of 108 credits. In the first year, students will learn the basics of the course. In the second year, students can choose a specialization track in either ‘Hospital Management’ or ‘Health Care Management’.
The ‘Hospital Management’ track includes courses related to the management or administration of various functions in hospitals and related areas. Meanwhile, the healthcare management stream includes courses related to public health, health insurance and pharmaceuticals. Also, students can choose different management domains like Human Resources, Marketing, IT, Finance, Operations and General Management.