MBA (Energy & Environment) in at Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), Pune, Course Fees, Syllabus

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MBA (Energy & Environment)
Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB)
Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), Pune
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Following are the admission and eligibilty details of MBA (Energy & Environment) from Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB). Here you will also find details about this college.

MBA – Energy and Environment, a two year full time residential programme that concentrates exclusively on the Energy & Environment sector in the global context and addresses current needs of the industry. SIIB recognizes the pivotal role Energy and Environment play in substantial development.

Number of Seats: 30
Reservation: Within Sanctioned intake
                       a) S.C.:15 %
                       b) S.T.:7.5 %
                       c) Physically Handicapped: 3%
                       d) Management Seats: 15%

Over & above the Sanctioned Intake
International Students 15%
2 Seats for Kashmiri Migrant

* Candidates applying from categories other than open category are required to submit the supporting documents at the time GD / PI (if short listed)
 
Eligibility:

    * Bachelors degree in Engineering / Geology / Bio Technology /Environment Science / Architecture from any statutory University with at least 50% (for SC / ST categories 45%) marks at graduate level.
    * Non Engineers with work experience of more than one year in Energy / Environment Sector will also be considered eligible. [Verification of copies of work experience certificates (on Company letterhead for the claimed period)] will be done at the time of GD/PI (if shortlisted).
    * Students who are in the final year of their Bachelors’ degree education in any of the above mentioned disciplines may also apply. Admission of such candidates will be provisional & will be cancelled in case of non-fulfillment of the stated criteria.
    * Students are not eligible till all graduation backlogs are cleared.
    * Candidates passing degree examination by part time / correspondence are not eligible.

Selection:- Selection the basis of SNAP Test followed by Group Discussion & Personal Interivew


 

 
 
 
About Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB)

Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB) is one of the best institute of management in Pune which was Founded in 1971, the Symbiosis Society is the visionary creation of  Padmashree Dr. S. B. Mujumdar, whose dream to live the philosophy - Vasudev Kutumbakam – ‘The World is a Family’ has created an environment where students have come to breach the boundaries of culture, religion and nationality. Three and a half decades of perseverance and commitment has gone in to deliver the most relevant and contemporary education in all fields.
 
With over 30 institutions spread across the country through 14 sprawling campuses and close to a 100,000 students under its fold the Symbiosis family has indeed left an indelible mark on the face of Indian education.
 
The Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB), formerly known as the Symbiosis Institute of Foreign Trade (SIFT) and an integral part of the Symbiosis International University, was established in 1992 to provide budding managers with the foresight to tackle the sweeping changes of the liberalized Indian economy. The dictum of the institution has always been to ‘Equip for Change’ which it has successfully done for the last seventeen years.
 
With a view to incorporate the ideals of greatest brains of management from F W Taylor to Warren Buffet and a module encompassing each and every aspect of international business and not just foreign trade SIFT was reborn as the Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB).

Today SIIB stands as one of the premier business schools in the country. Through all these years it has provided students not only a strong academic foundation but also ensured an overall personality development. The institute can boast of 100% placements since its inception in leading companies around the country and also around the globe. For us here at SIIB the mission is to turn out well-balanced, socially conscious professionals for the corporate world.
 

 
Comments / reviews on MBA (Energy & Environment)
Whether BSc. Zoology graduate eligible for this?
Posted By : Vidhakha V. Shinde, on 03-08-2011 15:00:53 
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Sir, whether BSc Physics with PGDEM is elligible for admission?
Posted By : mangesh chitale, on 21-05-2011 21:21:10 
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Comments on the Programme: MBA(Energy & Environment) With the ever growing energy needs globally, particulary from the rapidly developing economy; such as BRIC/ BASIC countries the need for fossil fuels will be correspondingly huge over time.This is bound to generate phenomenal build up of Green-house gases to cause all conceivable forms of environmental degradation- especially to the vulnerable spots of the planet.This implies we do need a cut on conventional feedstocks such as fossil fuels and gradually replace non-renewable by renewables to minimise adverse impact on the environmental quality for sustainable development without affecting the growth rhythm as of now for the developed as well as the developing economy. I must congratulate the Symbiosis University Authorities; especially the visionery like Dr. Muzumdar -its Architect, to launch an MBA (Energy & Environment) programme at a time when the Corporate world - which is primarily energy-driven needed it the most. I wish this unique programme initiative serves the Nation most in future. Dr. A.N.Sarkar* Senior Professor (International Business) Asia-Pacific Institute of Management New Delhi-110076 *Authors of Books on Energy & Environment: 1. Parag Dewan and Sarkar, A.N. (2008).Encyclopedia on “Energy Security”- Pentagon Publishing House, New Delhi 2. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Global Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Development, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 3. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Petro–Economics, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 4. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Enhancing Global Competitiveness: Advantage India, I.K. International Publishing House, New Delhi 5.Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Emissions Trading & Carbon Management, Pentagon Press,New Delhi 6. Sarkar, A.N. (2010), Global Climate Change: Beyond Copenhagen, Pentagon Press 7. Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Global Business Negotiation, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 8.Sarkar, A.N. (2011), Global Climate Governance for Energy and Environmental Security, Pentagon Press, New Delhi
Posted By : Dr. A.N.Sarkar, on 22-04-2011 15:25:06 
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Comments on the Programme: MBA(Energy & Environment) With the ever growing energy needs globally, particulary from the rapidly developing economy; such as BRIC/ BASIC countries the need for fossil fuels will be correspondingly huge over time.This is bound to generate phenomenal build up of Green-house gases to cause all conceivable forms of environmental degradation- especially to the vulnerable spots of the planet.This implies we do need a cut on conventional feedstocks such as fossil fuels and gradually replace non-renewable by renewables to minimise adverse impact on the environmental quality for sustainable development without affecting the growth rhythm as of now for the developed as well as the developing economy. I must congratulate the Symbiosis University Authorities; especially the visionery like Dr. Muzumdar -its Architect, to launch an MBA (Energy & Environment) programme at a time when the Corporate world - which is primarily energy-driven needed it the most. I wish this unique programme initiative serves the Nation most in future. Dr. A.N.Sarkar* Senior Professor (International Business) Asia-Pacific Institute of Management New Delhi-110076 *Authors of Books on Energy & Environment: 1. Parag Dewan and Sarkar, A.N. (2008).Encyclopedia on “Energy Security”- Pentagon Publishing House, New Delhi 2. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Global Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Development, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 3. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Petro–Economics, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 4. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Enhancing Global Competitiveness: Advantage India, I.K. International Publishing House, New Delhi 5.Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Emissions Trading & Carbon Management, Pentagon Press,New Delhi 6. Sarkar, A.N. (2010), Global Climate Change: Beyond Copenhagen, Pentagon Press 7. Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Global Business Negotiation, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 8.Sarkar, A.N. (2011), Global Climate Governance for Energy and Environmental Security, Pentagon Press, New Delhi
Posted By : Dr. A.N.Sarkar, on 22-04-2011 15:24:49 
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Comments on the Programme: MBA(Energy & Environment) With the ever growing energy needs globally, particulary from the rapidly developing economy; such as BRIC/ BASIC countries the need for fossil fuels will be correspondingly huge over time.This is bound to generate phenomenal build up of Green-house gases to cause all conceivable forms of environmental degradation- especially to the vulnerable spots of the planet.This implies we do need a cut on conventional feedstocks such as fossil fuels and gradually replace non-renewable by renewables to minimise adverse impact on the environmental quality for sustainable development without affecting the growth rhythm as of now for the developed as well as the developing economy. I must congratulate the Symbiosis University Authorities; especially the visionery like Dr. Muzumdar -its Architect, to launch an MBA (Energy & Environment) programme at a time when the Corporate world - which is primarily energy-driven needed it the most. I wish this unique programme initiative serves the Nation most in future. Dr. A.N.Sarkar* Senior Professor (International Business) Asia-Pacific Institute of Management New Delhi-110076 *Authors of Books on Energy & Environment: 1. Parag Dewan and Sarkar, A.N. (2008).Encyclopedia on “Energy Security”- Pentagon Publishing House, New Delhi 2. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Global Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Development, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 3. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Petro–Economics, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 4. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Enhancing Global Competitiveness: Advantage India, I.K. International Publishing House, New Delhi 5.Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Emissions Trading & Carbon Management, Pentagon Press,New Delhi 6. Sarkar, A.N. (2010), Global Climate Change: Beyond Copenhagen, Pentagon Press 7. Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Global Business Negotiation, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 8.Sarkar, A.N. (2011), Global Climate Governance for Energy and Environmental Security, Pentagon Press, New Delhi
Posted By : Dr. A.N.Sarkar, on 22-04-2011 15:24:47 
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Comments on the Programme: MBA(Energy & Environment) With the ever growing energy needs globally, particulary from the rapidly developing economy; such as BRIC/ BASIC countries the need for fossil fuels will be correspondingly huge over time.This is bound to generate phenomenal build up of Green-house gases to cause all conceivable forms of environmental degradation- especially to the vulnerable spots of the planet.This implies we do need a cut on conventional feedstocks such as fossil fuels and gradually replace non-renewable by renewables to minimise adverse impact on the environmental quality for sustainable development without affecting the growth rhythm as of now for the developed as well as the developing economy. I must congratulate the Symbiosis University Authorities; especially the visionery like Dr. Muzumdar -its Architect, to launch an MBA (Energy & Environment) programme at a time when the Corporate world - which is primarily energy-driven needed it the most. I wish this unique programme initiative serves the Nation most in future. Dr. A.N.Sarkar* Senior Professor (International Business) Asia-Pacific Institute of Management New Delhi-110076 *Authors of Books on Energy & Environment: 1. Parag Dewan and Sarkar, A.N. (2008).Encyclopedia on “Energy Security”- Pentagon Publishing House, New Delhi 2. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Global Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Development, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 3. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Petro–Economics, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 4. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Enhancing Global Competitiveness: Advantage India, I.K. International Publishing House, New Delhi 5.Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Emissions Trading & Carbon Management, Pentagon Press,New Delhi 6. Sarkar, A.N. (2010), Global Climate Change: Beyond Copenhagen, Pentagon Press 7. Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Global Business Negotiation, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 8.Sarkar, A.N. (2011), Global Climate Governance for Energy and Environmental Security, Pentagon Press, New Delhi
Posted By : Dr. A.N.Sarkar, on 22-04-2011 15:24:36 
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Comments on the Programme: MBA(Energy & Environment) With the ever growing energy needs globally, particulary from the rapidly developing economy; such as BRIC/ BASIC countries the need for fossil fuels will be correspondingly huge over time.This is bound to generate phenomenal build up of Green-house gases to cause all conceivable forms of environmental degradation- especially to the vulnerable spots of the planet.This implies we do need a cut on conventional feedstocks such as fossil fuels and gradually replace non-renewable by renewables to minimise adverse impact on the environmental quality for sustainable development without affecting the growth rhythm as of now for the developed as well as the developing economy. I must congratulate the Symbiosis University Authorities; especially the visionery like Dr. Muzumdar -its Architect, to launch an MBA (Energy & Environment) programme at a time when the Corporate world - which is primarily energy-driven needed it the most. I wish this unique programme initiative serves the Nation most in future. Dr. A.N.Sarkar* Senior Professor (International Business) Asia-Pacific Institute of Management New Delhi-110076 *Authors of Books on Energy & Environment: 1. Parag Dewan and Sarkar, A.N. (2008).Encyclopedia on “Energy Security”- Pentagon Publishing House, New Delhi 2. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Global Climate Change & Sustainable Energy Development, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 3. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Petro–Economics, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 4. Sarkar, A.N. (2009). Enhancing Global Competitiveness: Advantage India, I.K. International Publishing House, New Delhi 5.Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Emissions Trading & Carbon Management, Pentagon Press,New Delhi 6. Sarkar, A.N. (2010), Global Climate Change: Beyond Copenhagen, Pentagon Press 7. Sarkar, A.N. (2009), Global Business Negotiation, Pentagon Press, New Delhi 8.Sarkar, A.N. (2011), Global Climate Governance for Energy and Environmental Security, Pentagon Press, New Delhi
Posted By : Dr. A.N.Sarkar, on 22-04-2011 15:04:05 
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I'm an iranian and my degree is power engineering.i want to study in this course.please tell me about total fee. regards
Posted By : mahmoud motamedi, on 08-01-2011 03:59:13 
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