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7 Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions About TSCFM' MBA Program

January 05, 2022

7 Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions About TSCFM' MBA Program

 

Q1. What is the full form of TSCFM? And how old is the institute?

TSCFM stands for Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management known commonly as Thadomal Shahani or TSCFM. It’s main campus is located in Mulund, Mumbai with other centres in Vadodara, Pune and Indore. Ranked #3 in India by Outlook Magazine for Global MBA courses, the institute is backed by 60+ years of education experience and is part of the Shahani Group of Institutes.

Q2. Is the TSCFM college government recognized?

No, TSCFM is a private institute with it’s program affiliated to Anglia Ruskin University, UK and EduQual, UK.

Q3. What are the MBA specializations offered?

At present, we offer 6 specializations to choose from. You can get in touch with our Academic Advisor to know more.

Q4. Is the MBA from UK University valid in India?

Yes, the degree is valid in more than 120 countries including India.

Q5. What is the eligibility criteria for the MBA program?

The candidate needs to be a graduate with a recognized board of education.

Q6. Is the course delivered online?

Due to COVID-19 norms prevailing in India, the lectures are delivered via hybrid model with lectures taking place online as well as offline mode with all the necessary measures.

Q7. What is the admission process? Are there any entrance exams?

You don’t have to appear for any entrance exams. The admission process is via Personal Interviews which will be taken at the TSCFM Admission office or Online via Zoom/Skype. You can get in touch with our Academic Advisor to know more.

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