The MCC Boyd Business School is founded on the bedrock of MCC values – Academic Excellence, Spiritual Vitality and Social Relevance. It is named after Dr. Alexander John Boyd, Principal and pioneer of the development of the MCC from 1938 to 1956 and Chandrika Tandon who completed B.Com. in MCC in 1973 and achieved global acclaim by becoming the CEO of various organizations.
Dr Boyd is renowned for preaching and practising the Principles of Management long before they were formally acquiesced by the Business World.
Ms Tandon, the founder of Tandon capital associates, has worked with 20 global institutions as Board Member and CEO. Her contribution to the establishment of the MCC Boyd Tandon School of Business shows her deep sense of belongingness and love for her alma mater.
MCC Boyd Business School envisions a World-class Business School catering to the changing needs of the business world.
To mould the professional aspirants to be socially responsible Business-Leaders by connecting with the challenges of the corporate world, grounded in the guiding principles of MCC – Spiritual Vitality, Social Relevance and Academic Excellence.
The classroom sessions are learner-driven and interactive.
Students are expected to come well prepared to class to enable them to be active learners and effective participants. Case studies, Group Discussions, Projects and Assignments hone up critical thinking, communication, industry application and problem-solving skills synergized by interpersonal relationships.
Management concepts are clarified and field-tested by students’ engagement in Industry internship, field trips, management research and publications.
Our faculty is world-class in their disciplines as they are well equipped with high academic research qualifications and extensive corporate experience in leading organizations.
Faculty also include visiting Professors from IIT Madras, IIM Alumni and Industry experts.
Students are assessed by an end semester examination for their overall grasp of fundamental concepts and principles. This also includes end semester practical examinations for lab oriented modules. There is an equal weightage for continuous internal assessment by way of tests, quizzes, class participation, assignments and projects.
Course evaluation thus consists of internal (50%) and external (50%) assessments. Regular attendance is expected of every student and a minimum of 90% is the eligibility criteria for appearing in the end semester examination.