French author Mireille Guiliano once said, “In France we have a saying, ‘Joie de vivre,’ which actually doesn’t exist in the English language. It means looking at your life as … Read More
Skill gap is the gap between what organizations need and what employee skills are accessible in the recruitment marketplace. Even with best of the efforts, organisations have not found a … Read More
Unlike past, multitasking is the key to success today. Whatever degree course you may be pursuing, it is not enough to dedicatedly stick to it. For college students to make … Read More
Higher education arena today is looking for new cost effective ways to get more enrollments for higher education course. Though education industry is growing and a number of institutions, especially private … Read More
Trend of Vocational Courses in India Knowledge and application of skill in practical purpose are essential for the employability. One of the major issue revolving in india is for practical … Read More
The education sector in our country is booming. India has the largest student population in the world, a staggering 315 million students. To put that in perspective India’s student population … Read More
Studying abroad is one of the traditional lucrative options for the Indian Students. Studying abroad has many advantages including getting exposure to foreign culture, interacting with multinational students, faculty. Even some of the countries also provide working permits and residency / visa opportunities for students completing the education from the countries including Australia, Canada and USA.
Working professionals who have done Executive MBA would always have slight edge compared to graduates who have done Fresh MBA. Your ability to acquire business knowledge is on the higher side when you have prior work experience. So if you are having decent work experience and want to fulfill your dream of becoming MBA graduate then executive MBA is one of the options to look for.
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As per latest reports related to percentage of students who opt for higher education, it stands around 11 to 12% across India. This figure is not satisfactory considering India Incorporation needs huge skilled resources in the coming decade to continue GDP growth rate of 9 to 9.5 % per annum. In addition to this most of the PG courses offered by various institutes , universities are out of date and are not in sync with the industry requirements. Industry requirements are changing and syllabus contents of many PG course lags behind the corporate requirements.