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I wanna about MBA.....?

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14 Feb '07 11:02 am
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MBA is an excellent career option and is very challenging ..MBA ..Masters in Business Administration is seen today as that generic post-graduate course that can help any graduate grow up the corporate ladder of an organisation ..It is a two year full time programme which exposes you to all aspects of business management .The job may be hectic but is also very interesting ..In most cases ,you get a job thru campus recruitment as a management trainee and then grow to senior positions over a period of 5 years .. The best option is to do an MBA as a full time programme...This will be the best way to move on to higher posts in any company .U can look at the IIM's,,XLRI -JAMSHEDPUR,NMIMS -MUMBAI ,MDI ,SYMBIOSIS-PUNE and such to name a few..U MAY ALSO CONSIDER THE MMS FROM MUMBAI UNIVERSITY.. The next best option is to try an EXECUTIVE MBA / evening Part Time MBA from some of the above institutes.. The third option is to consider a distance MBA from XLRI,NMIMS, ...more
Answered by mani ramaratnam, 19 May '07 08:37 pm

 
  
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Want an MBA? Prepare for these exams Phew! CAT 2006 is finally over. Most of you must now be pouring over answer keys, percentile estimation, college application issues and wondering what to do next. Right then, let us look at precisely that. There are three things you need to do now: a) Apply to B-schools accepting CAT results, depending on the score and percentile you expect. b) Prepare for the other exams coming your way in the next couple of months. c) Prepare for the group discussion and personal interview. Close to 80 B-schools accept the CAT score. The Indian Institutes of Management accept students who have scored at least in the 98 percentile, while schools like MDI, NITIE take students in the 96.5+ percentile range. So, the first step is to convert your score into a percentile. You can use this conversion table. Score Percentile 108 99 102+ 98.5+ 95+ 97+ 85+ 93+ 80+ 90+ 68+ 85+ 62+ 80+ 55+ 70+ The next step involves deciding which colleges you can apply to ...more
Answered by krishna chandrashekhar, 16 Feb '07 12:08 pm

 
  
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