Exam and Courses

NMIMS-NPAT is the official entrance test for Undergraduate Degree and Integrated Degree Programs being offered by to be deemed university NMIMS. Its constituent schools have campuses in Indore, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Shirpur, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

The various degrees being offered are:

Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce:

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) – Mumbai – 600 Seats | Bengaluru – 120 Seats | Hyderabad- 60 | Navi Mumbai – 180 Seats | Indore – 120 Seats | Dhule (upcoming)- 60 | Chandigarh (upcoming) -120

Specializations available : Finance & Marketing

B.Sc Finance – Mumbai – 180 Seats | Bengaluru – 60 Seats | Navi Mumbai – 60 | Indore- 60

Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics:

B.Sc Economics .– Mumbai – 180 Seats | Navi Mumbai – 60 seats | Bengaluru – 60 Seats

Eligibility Criteria

The Candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination including International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB Certificate / & D.P. Awarded candidates are not eligible) in any stream from a recognized Board at first attempt.

Must have obtained a minimum of 50% aggregate marks at 10+2 or equivalent examination for being eligible to B.Com. (Hons.) program & 60% aggregate marks for being eligible to B.B.A. & B.Sc. (Finance) Program.

Candidate’s passing in Mathematics/ Statistics at 10+2 or equivalent exam is compulsory for being eligible to B.B.A / B.Com (Hons) / B.Sc (Finance).

Candidates can attempt twice on both the exam dates. Best of the two scores would be considered.

Exam Pattern

Duration: 120 Questions in 120 mins

Marking Scheme: No negative marking was there in 2017 NPAT.

Fee Structure

In 2016, Program fees for 1st year -BBA program – Mumbai & Bengaluru Campus Batch 2016 was Rs.2,25,000

Fees for the 1st year for all program batches 2017 will be declared at the time of admission.

BBA Course Curriculum

Semester I
Financial Accounting
Principles of Management
Quantitative Techniques – I
Economics (Micro)
India Socio Political Economics System & Current Affairs
Essentials of IT
Semester II
Cost Accounting
Quantitative Techniques – II
Environmental Management & Corporate Social Responsibility
Principles of Marketing
Effective Communications
Economics (Macro)
Semester III
Banking & Insurance
Direct & Indirect Tax
Human Resource Management
Indian Economics in Global Scenario
Operations Research
Consumer Behavior & Services Marketing
Semester IV
Human Behavior & Ethics at Work Place
Financial Management
Management Accounting
Business Law
Business Analytics
Customer Relationship Management
Semester V
Strategic Management
Research Methodology
Advanced Financial Management
Financial Statement Analysis
Business Simulations
Finance Electives
Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
Financial Markets & Institutions
Marketing Electives
Sales & Distribution Management
Retail Management
Semester VI
International Business & EXIM
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Entrepreneurship & Business Plan
Finance Electives
Forex & Risk Management in Derivatives
Wealth Management & Financial Planning
Financial Modeling
Marketing Electives
Direct & Digital Marketing
Advertising & Brand Management
International Marketing
Management – Marketing Research Methodology including Advanced Statistical Tools
Management – Enterprise Resource Planning
Management – Organizational Behaviour
Management – Operations Management
Management – Research Project – Part I