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I want to study retail management, which exam do i hav 2 compete and which are the premier institutes offering this course?

Asked by jasvinder kaur, 23 Aug '07 10:10 am
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For this the best institute would be HughesNet Global Education. For more information you can go through the following link http://www.hugheseducation.com/
Answered by kaushik, 19 Dec '10 08:17 pm

 
  
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Seeking your interest as per your requirement, i would like to give you certain information you should opt for "retail management program which helps to understand the policy of successful implementation. This you can do from any leading institutes like IIMs, IITs, IIFT, XLRI, MICA, MIT, etc, which is collaborated with HughesNet Global Education and as you moving to chennai, there wont be any problem with it as the programmes they offer have proper studies in their own campus and through two-way video conferencing.
Answered by abhishek gupta, 17 Nov '10 12:31 pm

 
  
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Wellingker mumbai hs started it 2 yrs back its offers mba in retail management, u can go for that , it is not necessary to get into retail industry u have to to some specialised course , a simple mba will also do.
i am also sending some details which i got from a website
Introduction:A retail management course is about departmental store retailing and shopping mall retailing business. There is a huge demand for retail management professionals for processing of all merchandise shipments, achieving store sales and profitability, communication with the clients to gain their satisfaction, administration of stores etc. With the spurt of shopping malls and departmental stores huge employment opportunities are opening up in India and abroad. A growth rate of 30 to 40 percent is estimated in India in the retail sector with the advent of more than 200 shopping malls.


Qualifications: A candidate opting to enroll for a graduation course in Retail Management should have passed the Higher ...more
Answered by vivek singh, 23 Aug '07 10:17 am

 
  
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