Department of Commerce and Management
University of Calicut
MBA Admission Notification : 2011-12
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
one of the oldest management institutes in South India, invites applications for its
two-year (4 semester) MBA programme at the DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
STUDIES (DCMS 40 seats, Phone: 0494 2400297), and at five Self Financing centres under the
Department : School of Management Studies, Calicut (40 seats at Trident Complex,
Near Malabar Chamber of Commerce, Calicut, Phone:0495 2768748), School of Management Studies, Palakkad
(40 seats at Management House, Marutharode, Phone: 0491 2571863), School of Management
Studies, Thrissur (40 seats at John Mathai Centre, Aranattukara, Phone: 0487 2388477) School of
Management Studies, Vatakara (40 seats, Lulu’s Building, Karimbanapalam, Phone:0496 2522299)
School of Management Studies, Kuttippuram (40 seats at Deira Tower, Highway Junction Phone:
0494-2607224) for the academic year 2011-12. The MBA Programme at DCMS in the University
Campus is under Choice Based Credit Semester System (CCSS) and at SMS, it is under Credit and
Semester System (CSS). Applications are also invited for the Part-time MBA
(Evening programme - Self Financed - 6 semesters) 30 seats each at Calicut, Palakkad and
Calicut University, Department Of Commerce And Management Studies, invites applications for admissions to its two-year (4 semester) MBA programme for 2011 session.
A bachelor degree [10+2+3 pattern] in any subject of University of Calicut or that of any other
University recognised by University of Calicut with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate
(including languages). Two years’ work experience is required for MBA evening programme in
addition to the other requirements. In the absence of adequate number of applicants with two year’s
experience, others would also be considered. OBC and SC/ST students are allowed relaxation as per
rules (i.e.5% relaxation for OBC & Other Eligible Communities and a mere pass for SC/ST).
Candidates awaiting their degree results may also apply. But they should produce their original
degree mark lists before the last date for the registration of their first semester MBA examinations.
However, original Plus Two/Pre-degree mark list should be produced for verification at the time of
Personal Interview and Group Discussion.