New Britain’s list of richest people reflected two Indian Businessmen, The Hinduja’s Brothers on 2nd number and Laxmi Narayan Mittal on Number 7th. This all is possible because of the political and the economic reforms both by the communist and the socialist countries. The economic liberalization among the nations under the auspices of the WTO has been accelerating the pace of the progress towards the borderless World.
Global developments and the economic reforms in India have drastically changed the business environment of the Indian firms. The international environment has become an increasing relevant force influencing the strategic decisions and now because of the ambitious programme of our prime minister ‘’Make in India”, many Indian companies are orienting/reorienting themselves to internationalization / transnationalisation. There is a very growing demand for the managerial personnel for this task which makes the studying of International Business important.
MBA in International Business is an introduction to cater to the growing demand for the skilled personnel in this area. This course captures the different aspects, dimensions and trends in International Business so that the requirement of the students taking up this discipline is fulfilled.