Delhi School of Management DTU MBA Executive course online admissions 2020

Are you searching for weekend online MBA courses for working executives? This article provides complete information on the Master of Business Administration (Executive) program offered by the Delhi School of Management (DSM), Delhi Technological University (DTU). Details of this EMBA program, that will currently have online classes on weekends, including information on the fee structure, MBA specializations, and the application procedure have been provided.

The Delhi School of Management (DSM) of the Delhi Technological University (DTU) is conducting online admission for its EMBA course, that is, the Master of Business Administration (Executive) program for the academic session 2020-22. This program is beneficial for experienced working executives who are keen to pursue an in-depth Master's educational program but do not wish to leave their jobs to complete it. It is also useful for entrepreneurs who eager to launch their ventures and wish to gain relevant knowledge and skills in business management.

About DM EMBA course

The two year MBA (Executive) course over four semesters begins with the basic foundation concepts with core subjects and lab courses in the first year and then you can take up two specializations in the second year. Due to the prevailing COVID-19 scenario, there are no classroom lectures currently. The online digital sessions are scheduled for the weekends on Saturdays and Sundays as per the DTU guidelines. Case studies, working on journals and projects and attending talks by eminent management experts all help in enhancing business management-related concepts, not to mention leadership skills too. Sponsorship may be provided to attend seminars and participate in competitions or present papers if these opportunities are later available in some feasible manner.

The specializations available in the second year are three functional ones and three technical ones. The Functional Specializations are Marketing Management, Financial Management, and Human Resource Management.. The Technical Specializations are Supply Chain Management, Information Technology Management, and Knowledge and Technology Management.

There are 75 seats for the EMBA program, out of which 31 are for General Category candidates, seven for EWS candidates, 20 for OBC candidates, 11 for SC candidates, and six for ST candidates. 5% of the total seats in each category are reserved for candidates in the Defence sub-category.

DSM EMBA eligibility requirements

Academic Qualifications

You must be a Graduate from a recognized University or have an equivalent qualification with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA.


You should have a minimum of three years of work experience after having acquired a four-year degree, such as B.E., B.Tech., B. Arch., etc. In case of a three-year Degree, such as B.A., B.Sc., B.Com., B.C.A., etc you should have at least four years of work experience. Those who are already working will be required to submit a 'No Objection Certificate' from their employer at the time of joining the program.

MBA (Executive) fee structure

The table below shows the breakup of the fee for the two individual years of the course. The payment has to be done online via Net banking or using a debit card or a credit card. The first year's fee for 2020-21 is to be paid once the process of the verification of documents is completed. Those faculty and staff members who enrol for this EMBA program do not have to pay the tuition fee. Once the fee is paid, you will receive a provisional letter of admission. Failure to pay the fee as per schedule will result in the cancellation of the seat which may then be allotted to a waitlisted candidate.

Delhi School of Management DTU MBA Executive Course Fees
[Image source: official brochure]

How to apply for DSM EMBA

Applications will be accepted through online mode only. First, you have to fill up the the details of your name, email ID and contact phone number in the EMBA online registration form . You also need to make the payment of the registration fee online. The fee is Rs. 1000/- for General category candidates and OBC and EWS category candidates. The fee for SC, ST, and PwD candidates is Rs.500/-. This fee is not refundable and without the payment, the registration will not be complete.

Important dates

The last date to submit the application form for the EMBA program is 31st July 2020, 12 midnight.

The list of shortlisted candidates will be displayed on 18th August 2020. An interview may be conducted on 22nd August 2020 (check the official website to know if the interview will be a personal one or through an online video mode).

The list of selected candidates and the list of waitlisted candidates will be put up on 26th August 2020. The last date to deposit the fee for the EMBA program and complete the other admission procedures by the selected candidates is 31st August 2020.

The second list of candidates selected from the waitlisted ones may be put up in the event of vacant seats on 3rd September 2020. These candidates will have to deposit the program's fee and complete other formalities of admission by 7th September 2020.

The final list of candidates, who are selected through a Spot Round against existing vacant seats, if any, will be put up on 10th September 2020.

Note that the above schedule is tentative and it is advisable to check for updates at the official DTU website.

Contact information

Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University
Shahbad Daulatpur, Bawana Road,

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Author: Umesh24 Jul 2020 Member Level: Diamond   Points : 4

Once a person gets a job and is well settled in it, he starts getting worried about the career growth. No one likes stagnation in career. In this competitive world, simply aspiring would not help but one has to be active and search for growth opportunities. Adding newer skills and higher education has been a preferred way of making oneself eligible for the career race within an organisation as well as opportunities to switch to elsewhere. In this context it makes great sense to go for such weekend MBA courses for the working executives. I would strongly recommend this particular one as it is being delivered from a reputed institution in our country and after successfully completing it one can reap the benefits in the coming years not only in the present organisation but in some greener pastures elsewhere.

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