The MBA program of DMBS is affiliated to Osmania University and is approved by AICTE. The admission of students is based on a State-wide entrance test called Integrated Common Entrance Test (I-CET), which tests the students in their English, Quantitative and Analytical abilities. The cream of I-CET seeks admission into David Memorial,holding it on top of their priority list.

The course curriculum is prescribed by Osmania University and is designed to make the students capable of gaining a holistic perspective of Management. The course covers 26 subjects which include four specific papers in core specialization areas and two papers in minor specialization. The completion of the course stipulates a Project work of two months duration in the industry, followed by a viva voce.

With the objective of developing multi-skills among future managers, the prescribed syllabus offers the students the option to specialize in two broad fields:

  • The major specialization offers core expertise on the subject, The minor specialization offers complementary skills to substantiate the knowledge of the major specialization
  • Specializing in two functional areas helps the future managers in understanding the intricacies of different functional areas and their inter-dependence. It also enables them to acquire the versatility required in the corporate world. Apart from acquainting the students with the regular course curriculum the MBA program also lays special emphasis on polishing the soft skills of the students.
  • To have comprehensive understanding of the corporate world
  • To integrate the theoretical knowledge with the practical aspects of organizational settings and techniques of management
  • To acquire conceptual and analytical abilities required for effective decision making
  • Evolve with the dynamic and complex working environment
  • Demonstrate the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to gain employment in the corporate sector or in family businesses
  • Identify and evaluate options for developing strategies in business situations
  • Use a range of practical tools and techniques for conducting business
  • Identify potential market opportunities in the Indian and global market
  • Describe and identify the implications for Indian business
  • Analyze and evaluate the issues that arise out of the greater integration of the Indian economy and businesses with the global environment
  • Identify and respond appropriately to differences in business culture and ethics in the international business arena