Archive for the ‘MBA’ Category
1. Can you tell us about Current Trends in Management Education?
The current trend in the education is, It offers the participants more openings and greater self-confidence to occupy high level managerial positions. Finally, it enables them to benefit from the various School networks which can also be a valuable support throughout professional life. The industries are looking for the highly dedicated and talented students and placement is not a problem. The Intensive focus on Industry-Institute Interaction is important aspect and the role of faculty as a facilitator rather than a teacher.
2. Can you share some interesting facts about your institute which will excite our readers?
We believe in the collective learning model in which maximum opportunities are provided to the students to organise various events and also to participate in the events outside the institute including national and International conference. we ensure that there is conducive atmosphere , career guidance and support for the students.
We believe in students potential, advance their careers, in particular to become more involved in projects, feel the need to stand back and take some hindsight, wish to develop their managerial skills, acquire new knowledge and ways of thinking, work load and commit to a highly demanding project work as summer internship . This is possible with dedicated faculty and strong industry interface.
3. What is Vision and Mission of Your Institute?
Develop young professionals for the industry and society by providing quality education.
Be an organization of repute and high standard in the field of management education at national level.
4. How your institute is unique in terms of Courses, Curriculum?
We offer two years MBA and we are affiliated to the University of Pune.
Projects: In addition to the compulsory summer project, students are assigned small projects on various topics for firsthand experience of the industry.
Involvement in the social work activities:
Our students have formed the Social group through which they actively participate in and carry out several academic and social service activities. They completely managed a seminar at Lonavala and were greatly appreciated for it last year.
Field Surveys: Students are assigned field surveys to get real experience of various issues and analysis thereof.
Language Lab: To develop communication skills of students.
Interactive Lectures: Students are motivated to participate in the discussions, ask doubts and make the lectures interesting.
Case studies: Students are exposed to the case study method of learning using case studies from various journals for developing analytical & problem solving skill
5. Can you tell us about latest trends of Entrance Exams for B Schools ?
This year students who have cleared CMAT exam can take admission to MBA . In addition to this other examination such as XAT, CAT score is also considered. If AMMI is conducted then we can admit the students who have cleared AMMI examination.
6. What do you see in prospective students while offering admission?
- Willingness’s to learn new things
- Desire for hard work
- Out of the box thinking
7. What is your view about placements after completion of the course?
The placements of student is not a problem as we groom students in such a way that they get placements. We provide an opportunity to the students to continuously interact with professionals from industry. It help them to know the latest trends in the corporate sector and the expectations of corporate sector from MBA graduates. The attitude of the students should be positive and soft skills are important for the placement.
8. What advice you would like to offer to MBA Graduates/ Working professionals / Students?
If you have willingness then you can conquer and successful in your life. Be proactive in life. Good understanding of the mechanisms of the labour market is indispensable in order to approach compensation policies or stakes in recruitment. Our MBA is the result of a partnership between industry interface and a Business school, whose cultures, networks and resources are complementary which lead you to acquire highest degree of knowledge.Work hard and world is your’s!!!
Recession is hitting across the Europe, even there is liquidity crunch in the world. In this globalized world Indian business environment is always going to get affected negatively in terms of growth. As per recent Dec 2011 reports, Indian GDP growth in the last quarter was reportedly around 7.5 % which is down compared to 8 to 9% in the 2009-10 period. So instead of looking for better job opportunities this seems to be right time to go back to School to fine tune your skill sets
Here are some of the key points about doing MBA during Recession period
1. Building Skill Sets and Qualification:
If you are fresh Graduate and looking for job or you are fired from your organization due to recession then options available in terms of job opportunities are limited for you. It is definitely not bad option to stop looking for promotion opportunities within organization and start focusing on your education to fine tune your skill sets.
If you are going for executive MBA or Full Time MBA then during recession period you will need to forgo your salary (if you are working professional). But during recession period as opportunities are limited going for higher education would turn out to be perfect option to take your career to the next level.
2. Networking with other MBA Students
If you have opted for Full Time or Part Time MBA then there is great opportunity to network with other MBA students, Generally MBA class has students coming from different background like Commerce, Arts, Engineering, Bio Medical etc . Networking with those students will help you to broaden your point of view about handling certain business situations and it will also help you to improve your interpersonal skills.
So instead of worrying about opportunities in the job market you can enjoy your time by going back to school and explore more options and widen your skillset.
3. Building Profile for Future
Even though there is recession, generally there is cycle of uptime and downtime. While you are finishing your MBA there are good chances that market will tune positive and there will be more options for you to explore in your existing organization for career advancements.
4. Taking Sabbatical From Existing Organization
Many organizations have sabbatical leave policy where you can opt for higher education and join back to your organization after completion of your MBA. This option is certainly good option if you are too much worried about future prospects. Taking sabbatical leave will ease out pressure of expectations from your mind and you can freely enjoy your time in the B School.
If you wish to apply for the Full Time MBA, Part Time MBA,Distance MBA Courses then you can fill online admission form along with online form fee payment at www.ePravesh.com. ePravesh will help you through the process and it will simplify whole procedure for you.
Thanks to penetration of Technology , higher education enrollment is picking up across India. There are many B schools coming up in metro cities. Some of the niche programs specialized in Retail, Infrastructure,Piping Engineering Design are coming up compared to traditional MBA courses in Marketing, HR, Finance, IT management.
MBA courses are also available with different duration 1 year, 2 year, 10 months and along with fee variability, there are some MBA courses with fees of 50,000 per yer to courses with Fees of Rs 450,000 per year. If you are confused for which course to go for Full Time, Part Time or Distance MBA, here is our analysis which might help you to select right course
|Parameter||Full Time MBA||Part Time MBA||Distance MBA|
|Time Commitment||Full time MBA Requires your complete commitment of 1 year in case of Executive MBA and 2 Year in case of Traditional MBA||Major advantage of Part Time MBAis you can continue your work and attend classes during weekends or evening on weekdays.Your job must not be of travelling nature if you wish you attend such course.||Most flexible option available. With distance MBA variety of specializations available. This course is useful only when you have some experience and you would not be able to attend classes of Full time or Part Time MBA|
|Recruiter’s Choice||Full time MBA is most preferred by recruiters or organizations||Part Time MBA can certainly provide you option of lateral promotion opportunities along with enhancement of skill set. As you are already working it becomes easier to apply skills. Recruiters look for either certificate from reputed university or niche course for part time MBA.||This is bit out of favour within recruiter community. But now many advance distance education courses coming with concept of online classroom with live interaction with professors and other students. With advancement of technology Distance MBA is going to gain favour from recruiter community.|
|Peer Learning||Full time MBA provides best option of peer learning. MBA is not all about text book knowledge but to develop prospective about particular business situation , understanding different cultures, sectors. You can learn most from your peers in addition to text book knowledge.||Part Time MBA can also provide peer learning opportunities if there is some group assignment, group research based learning options. You need to complete certain assignments in group which can help you to learn from the peer students.||Distance education’s major disadvantage is lack of peer learning. You miss opportunity of learning from other peer students, you miss chance to participate in discussions, group works. But this is compromise and flexible option where time commitment is lowest.|
|Fees||Generally Fees for Full time MBA is highest and you need to identify overall budget for it and you also need to consider total salary earning you will be missing due to 1/2 year commitment.||Part time MBA Fees is generally less than Full Time MBA option and you have advantage of continuing your salary income while studying.||There is great advantage of distance learning MBA as Fees are lowest compared to other options and if your budget is not high then distance MBA is best possible options for you.|
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