Pedagogy - MBA

Leadership, persuasive communication and critical thinking are the abilities that define the MBA of 21st century. It is one thing to be technically competent and to have a wonderful idea, its quite another to implement it efficiently. Leadership skills make the difference. The programme is meant to awake the leader in the participating students.


It is a balanced approach comprising of technical inputs and group tasks.

  • Classroom inputs - aided by the state-of-the-art equipment, focused emphasis is given towards building a strong foundation.

  • Guest lectures - eminent professionals from the industry share their experiences and enable the aspiring students to broaden their vision.

  • Living cases and role models - most of the learning is through case presentations enabling the student to implement the skills acquired. With living cases one will learn how to think in cross-functional terms.

  • Industrial visits and seminars - the students take non-credit seminars that deal with everything from planning career objectives to field specific interviewing techniques and resume preparation. Industrial visits are also regularly arranged.

  • Off-campus workshops - DoMS holds off campus workshops on current topics on a regular basis.

  •  Mini projects - a mini project is undertaken in each trimester.


The programme follows the trimester pattern and the evaluation is continuous, which encompasses both internal and external assessments. Internal assessment is assessed with cycle test, internal evaluation and final exam. Summer project is assessed by external assessment.

Career Management

 “It is not what you do, but how you do it... ”. Tracking the progress... at DOMS we adopt a Mentor-Prodigy relationship programme. The objective of the MBA programme is to create a balance between functional background and future career orientation. Career management includes team building skills, presentation skills and a laboratory on personality development.