Master of business Administration

Presidency B-School is affiliated to Bangalore University and approved by AICTE, New Delhi was established in the year 2002. The Management education at Presidency B-School is a professional experience that prepares the students for the future. At Presidency, industry interface is a year-round activity with projects, industrial visits and training.

In addition, Knowledge series by eminent industry personalities keep students well abreast of latest developments in the corporate world. The Presidency Business School of Presidency College is all set to take the challenges of the new business environment head on and to emerge as an institution of high standing. Presidency B-School is listed in top 100 ranking.

Presidency B-Schools has been tied up with top Universities such as University of Bedfordshire of UK, La Trobe University of Australia, New College of Manchester of UK.

The entire course is outcome based and faculty are sensitive to ensure that the outcomes for each course is defined well at the beginning of the programme and shared with each student through course hand outs. This ensures expectation setting is taken care of between the learner and the teacher. Interactive lectures, pedagogy that is evolving, assignments and assessments ensure that all students achieve the specified outcomes. The role of the faculty at Presidency thus is more of a mentor, facilitator and learning is outcome based.


The eligibility for MBA under Bangalore University is a minimum of 50% (45 % in case of SC/ST for candidates belonging to Karnataka) aggregate in graduation from recognized University or College. The candidate needs to have cleared the K-MAT exam to be eligible to apply for Bangalore University MBA.


The Bangalore University affiliated course is a 2 years split into 4 semesters.

The Specializations Offered from Bangalore University includes:

  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology

University Objective

To impart knowledge, skills, attitudes and competence among the prospective managers; to offer Multi, Inter and Cross Disciplinary modular programmes in Management with IT enabled teaching process to produce market driven managers; and to develop a strong intellectual and ethical human capital base with a focus on industry and services sector.

MBA Program was started in the year 2002 with the broad objective to impart professional education and training in various aspects of modern management and provide them with opportunities to develop conceptual & analytical skills and foster attitudes essential for their development into competent and effective managers.

Our MBA program is an inspiring business education with adequate resources incorporating the changing demography of social, global and business environmental stewardship into learning, research and curriculum development

MBA program at Presidency Business School provides the perfect learning ambience for budding management professionals with the help of well qualified and experienced faculty, internships and dissertation projects based on industry and business, industrial tours, overseas educational tours, opportunities in research and consultancy projects undertaken by the institution, exposure to guest speakers from the industry, participation in seminars, workshops and other events, intensive training in soft skills and so on.

Institutional Objectives | Pedagogy

Modern teaching methods are practiced in teaching and learning. In addition to traditional class room teaching we have been using the following new teaching methodologies:

  • Case Study: Case Study analysis teaching methodology is a simulated effort to study problems of a company / companies, for which different solutions are enumerated, discussed, analyzed and shared with other students. The analysis is finally evaluated by the faculty and grades are awarded accordingly.
  • Group Assignments: Group Assignments are initiated in the class room in order to facilitate students to help develop skills and learn team work. Group Assignment also helps build confidence in students on innovation and openness in the knowledge sharing.
  • Group Discussions: Group discussions are initiated within the class rooms on topics of interest and current issues related to business and society. Group discussions inculcates group behavior and helps students to share knowledge, skills ,best practices , team building and leadership skills which are essential skills required for corporate and business.
  • Management Games: Management Games helps students to learn philosophy, principles, and decision making skills through interesting games. Any learning process is successful when the students enjoy learning.
  • Outbound Training: Outbound training (overseas) is included in the curriculum in order to enhance overall personality development of students. The Out bound training program helps students undertake field activity and build those skills which are very essential for corporate survival needs like managing events, sales, public relations and managing changes and stress through practical training in leadership, self development, confidence building and stress management.
  • Presentation: Knowledge assimilated is best assessed when students are able to express and exhibit their talent when presented in the right form and as required by companies. Hence presentation skills give students an opportunity to rehearse the knowledge, lessons learnt in the classroom. Students are assessed by individual and Group presentation and given feedback.
  • Quiz (Subject): Quiz is an evaluation method that helps test students ability to carry out pre-class reading. Generally faculty conduct quiz without announcing on any day at random.
  • Real-time Projects: Students are given an opportunity to work on real-time projects of their own interest. Real time projects help students acquire practical work experience and essential management skills through the industry.
  • Role Plays: Role plays acts as an important learning tool for students to understand a given scenario or case. Role plays are often used as a method to understand theory and gather concepts into a practical experience. Therefore helps students to enhance their decision making ability.
  • Corporate Guest Lectures: Keeping abreast with current trends in the industry and providing industry exposure to students is of paramount importance. Industry Experts, Corporate Professionals and authorities in various disciplines from the academia are invited for regular seminars/lectures to help students get up to date with the industry happenings and ensure maximum interaction with the Corporate World.
01 Dr. Radha Padmanabhan Director Ph.D (Industrial Management-IIT, Chennai)
02 Dr. Venkataraman R Professor & Dean M.Com, M.Phil, MCS, ACS (Inter), Ph.D
03 Dr. Rajiv R K Massey Professor MA, Ph.D
04 Ms. Indumathi R Nagesh Assistant Professor BE & PGPBA
05 Ms. Radhika Arora Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Comp. Science-USA) MBA & M.Phil
06 Mr. Ravikeerthi Associate Professor BE, MBA & M.Phil, DIM, DHRM, M.Tech
07 Dr. Chandan A Chavadi Professor BE (E&C), MBA (Marketing) & Ph.D
08 Mr. Ravindra Kulkarni Assistant Professor M.Com, MBA, MMS, Cert. Course of IIM, Bangalore (Alumni)
09 Dr. Irshad Nazeer Professor MBA, MSW, M.Sc. (Psy), M.Phil, Ph.D
10 Mr. Kishan K P Assistant Professor B.E (E&C), MBA(Marketing),CII (Logistics), FIE
11 Mr. Venkatesh Ganapathy Associate Professor B.Sc (Tech.), MBA (Finance), Dip. In Supply Chain Mgmt. Fellowship in Insurance
12 Ms. Sindhu R Menon Assistant Professor PGDRM (IRMA)
13 Mr. U V G Sekar Adjunct Faculty BA (Eco), & MBA (HR)
14 Dr. Padma Mahadevan Professor MA, PG Diploma, MBA,  Ph.D (Economics)
15 Ms. Uma C Swadimath Associate Professor MA, M.Phil (Economics)   (Ph.D)
16 Mr. Sreevas V T K Assistant Professor MBA (Finance)
17 Mr. Vishwanatha M R Assistant Professor MBA (Marketing)
18 Dr. N Kubendran Associate Professor MA, M.Phil, Ph.D(Economics), UGC NET
19 Dr. T. Shenbagavalli Assistant Professor M.COM. MBA(Finance), M.Phil, Ph.D[Finance]