Finance is one of the most sought after specialization of MBA. A big community of students is attracting with this specialization.
“Finance as a subject involves the management, control and review of the collection, investment and resources of money as a capital required for an industrial building, plant and working”.
It is the age of industrialization in all around the world. Many industries are being established in many countries. Finance is the way to establish an industry in a proper way in according to the money management of the building, run, money resources and its proper collection.
In this course, the students are offered the knowledge and skills of analytical thinking, continuous process, concept of managerial decision, maintaining balance between risk & profitability, coordination process and centralized nature.
The course is included with the corporate finance, budgeting, costing, international finance, investment & securities and working capital management. These subjects prepare the students to work with any financial organization.
Actually, the students who have done the B.Com or having commerce in their qualifying examination, they are well going-through the finance, accountancy and related fields.
Jobs & Career
Finance MBA can work in banking and non-banking sectors. You can work anywhere in the corporate world. Every industry has a need for financial expert for maintaining the balance of capital.
The students, who have done the MBA in finance, have a lot of job opportunities in government and the private sector. He/she can be a part of the stock market, top-notch organization, finance ministry and related organizations. Beside an MBA finance with CA can run his own business.
It is a good paying degree course. Salary is no bar for the qualified and skilled one. A financial manager can earn the INR 500000 to 120000 per annum.
You can play the role of following positions in an industry:
Graduate (10+2+3) degree or equivalent from any recognized University with at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST and OBC candidates), without any approximation in the Graduate Examination.