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Future of MBA

The future of MBA in India may look undecided with varying reports. According to AIMA, the quality of education offered in Indian Business Schools is of substandard quality and because of that many are struggling to stay afloat. Out of 5,500 B-schools in the country, only 7 per cent turn out to be employable, says a study conducted by ASSOCHAM.



The MBA graduates after spending lakhs of money for the education which they think will make them ready for the corporate world and future opportunities gets landed up in distress as they get only 10,000-20,000 per month and that too only if they find the placement suitable to them. This is the worrying part and it has to be taken seriously because many students who don’t get admission in good B Schools.



There are many ways to tackle down the ongoing problems in the world of MBA education and secure the future of MBA graduates. Most importantly being to increase the actual work knowledge through regular On Job Trainings (OJT), live projects from …
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Top MBA Colleges in India

TOP MBA COLLEGES in INDIA: - In the realm of a fanatic career, you need to be precise while choosing the institute you are going to be bind up with, if we read the facts, interestingly there has always been a trend of occupations. Earlier Engineering was on peak, Time took a drift and a number of management colleges came forward in the verge of providing business education. No doubt, none could take the place of IIM (A, B, C).  Perhaps, it won’t be wise enough to rely on the interview call from IIM, A number of great institutions are practicing MBA/BBA, et cetera. Among them we have listed the best colleges to go for MBA: - 1.Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Andheri West, Mumbai ·Faculty: The teaching methods include presentations, guest lectures, and pen and paper based learning. Constant feedback sessions are held where the students review a faculty member's performance on a particular subject and proper corrective actions are taken wherever …

How to prepare for CAT Exams

CAT 2017 preparation journals: - CAT has this typical Image of constant change in the question paper pattern, among rest of the competitive exams. It is considered at the top in management diameters. CAT 2017 might deal some competencies as the pattern has been followed similar in year 2016 as well as 2015. IIM Lucknow has geared up to make CAT 2017 successful.
Pattern of Question paper: - Common Admission Test (CAT 2017) is the gateway to IIMs and other Business Management colleges. Till the Yr.2014 CAT exam was completely based on Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and all of them levied penalty of negative marking for incorrect answers. For the first time in CAT 2015 convened by IIM Ahmedabad, entire process was changed and out of 100 total questions, the exam comprised 28 non-MCQs which remained free from any penalty of negative marking. Apart from this, the exam was divided into 3 sections instead of earlier 2. The move was much cherished since it was considered more postulant friendl…

CAT Exam 2017 Coming Soon

CAT is a national level entrance exam regulated by IIMs & its 19 brothers, other colleges do consider CAT scores as the eligibility criteria for enrolment. CAT is an ellipsis of Common Admission Test, though the exam is not at all easy and common. It takes place once in an academic year nearly in the upcoming months with a distinct format and questionnaires. It might sound like CAT is some sort of volcanic eruption in a peaceful life, nevertheless an easy path can’t lead to a legendary life. CAT is the only gateway to A-Grade B-schools in India. At least 50% score in graduation is required to appear for the exam. Minimum 95% percentile can open the doors of the first stage in IIMs followed by Group discussions and Personal interviews. Scoring less than 95% should not disappoint you in life, still enormous colleges are willing to take applications. The exam started in 1950 and graduated to be an online-entrance test in 2009. Candidates need to attempt 100 questions in 180 minutes. R…