Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida



Academic Session - 2019

  1. Eligibility
  • An applicant should have: A minimum of 3-year Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities/AICTE.
  • A minimum of 50% marks in 10th, 12th, and Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CGPA.

  1. Selection Process
  • PGDM/ MBA is a two year programme offered by Lloyd Business School.
  • The selection would be based on a Lloyd- Management Aptitude Test (L-MAT conducted by Lloyd in their Campus, Greater Noida) /GMAT / CAT/ MAT/ ATMA. The candidate with a valid GMAT / CAT/ MAT/ ATMA score are not required to appear in the Lloyd’s test.
  • All shortlisted applicants/candidates will also be required to appear for personal interview held at LBS campus.
  1. Through Lloyd- Management Aptitude Test (L-MAT)
  • The candidates will have to appear for a Lloyd’s Entrance Test to be conducted by Lloyd Business School in its Greater Noida Campus. This test is on similar lines/of the same pattern as the Common Admission Test (CAT).
  • The L-MAT test will have sections on quantitative ability, logical reasoning and English language skills.
  1. Online Application Procedure

Please note that Lloyd’s application form is the only source of information about your personal details, academic background and admission related matters. Your failure to provide fully and accurately the information asked for in the application form can prove to be disadvantageous to you. It is therefore advisable that you carefully fill out online application form to ensure that you do not miss out/make mistake in any field applicable to you.





Learn By Doing’ and ‘Earn While Learning’ Will Be The Future Of India

In today’s era, one needs to choose the right kind of academic training clubbed with specialized training to become more competitive and employable. Higher education has always been and continues to be an important agenda for the majority of aspirants.

Overview of the Programme

Technology is not just game-changing, it is life-changing. This saying in today’s scenario fits perfectly with evolving job scenario, increasing demand for specific skills and futuristic employment outlook of the employers. This transition has made training systems like vocational training and apprenticeship very relevant as they are designed to address the industry demands thereby surfacing the former positioning of being meant for lower social classes.

In our fast-paced world, the traditional definition of education cannot be applied to the present landscape which is dynamically changing every year. Keeping the market demands improvement and restructuring in terms of job roles and skill requirements Lloyd business School has developed a strong holistic curriculum to familiarize youth with new age concepts and roles. We focus that the effectiveness of education must be measured against employment opportunities and not mere degrees.

Importance of the Programme

While the government and many private players have been aligning their efforts towards skilling the youth, there is still a long way to go. We believe that there is a need to overhaul what is being taught and the way it is being taught to prepare a million candidates who enter the workforce every month. And for those in existing job roles, the focus has to be on continuous up-skilling in order to remain employable. This makes our education and Academic system not only the biggest opportunity that our country needs to latch on too for its own socio-economic growth but also a gap that needs to be addressed as fast as possible

Our Approach

In order to build a robust future workforce, we at LBS combine the four types of a classroom, which is crucial as it helps mold candidates into a complete enhanced resource. While the vocational on the job training at Lloyd prepares the candidate for a specific trade, the Apprenticeship program is another holistic approach that helps students gets a more personalized experience and 1-1 training during their on-the-job tenure.

Such training modules help improves the overall compensation and salary scale and makes aspirants more employable. There are successful case studies around us that clearly outline that a combination of traditional education, industry exposure and practical application of theory on the job is paving way for making candidates more employable

Our Approach

At our B- School, after completing your one academic year, in later part of second academic year the institute provides an opportunity to earn while you learn in form of Paid on the Job Training to help students become industry ready.

The Institute focuses on holistic development by providing opportunities across various industries and corporate sectors like Service, FMCG, Automobile, Manufacturing and many more. Thus, ‘Learning by doing’ and ‘Earning while learning’ programme at Lloyd is the most important pillar of the future of career development. We here focus that Relevant learning platforms like vocational training and apprenticeships should no longer take a backbeat but should be equally evaluated while making a career choice for our students. There are Practical classrooms, Centre of Excellence, Innovation Ideation and Design Thinking centre, Business Analytics Lab for our students which makes the students job ready and enrich their path to a stable employment opportunity across multiple industries and sectors both

Benjamin Franklin once rightly said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.” This is what defines Vocational training.