M.B.A. Financial Technology

The Fintech industry uses technology to disrupt the traditional world of financial services in the areas of payments, lending, insurance, trading and funding. This new MBA (Fintech) (Self Financing) programme will cater to the need of Digital transformation of business. This M.B.A. Financial Technology (Fintech) program is designed to prepare the students for their careers in financial services, insurance, management, consulting, technology, digital business and data analytics.

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M.B.A. (Financial Technology) is a specialized inter-disciplinary programme primarily focused on developing manpower with know-how and know-why skills regarding transformation and management of technology used in Fintech services industry. Imparting managerial skills and knowledge required to manage modern digital business enterprises involved in providing various business domains.


Providing basic knowledge on the working of finance, operations, manufacturing, sales & marketing and human resource management.

Information Technology

Developing skills in the technologies used in digital business, digital business transformation, digital twins, internet of things, data warehousing, information security, digital commerce, IT infrastructure management, information system audit, data analytics, deep learning, blockchain technology, business intelligence, etc.

Who can prefer this Course


The Entrance Exam for MBA Financial Technology programme will be a Common Admission Test conducted by the University consisting of the following Sections: Section A English Comprehension – 15 Marks Section B Quantitative Aptitude – 15 Marks Section C Test of Reasoning & Data Interpretation – 30 Marks Section D Computer Science – 30 Marks Section E General Awareness – 10 Marks. 
Information Technology, Computer Science Engineering
B.Com / BBA / B.A Economics
Computer Applications, Information Technology, E-commerce
Computer Science, IT, Statistics, Mathematics

Current Curriculum

Year of Revision : 2024
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Previous Curriculum

Year of Revision : 2020
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