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Study Program

Studying management education in India will prepare you to take advantage of the ample growth opportunities available here. However, before you begin the process of selecting the college, gaining admission, and studying, it will benefit you to get an idea of the different facets of an MBA college in India.

Teaching Methodology

Teaching sows the seeds of a fulfilled life. And when it comes to teaching management, MBA colleges employ three primary methodologies – case study, lecture and admission, experiential learning. The colleges combine these methods so as to provide you with a holistic learning experience, which then prepares you to take on the challenges in the business world12.

Course Duration

MBA colleges offer full-time post graduate management programs as well as executive programs. These cover a duration of one-year to two-years.

Number of Semesters

A 2-year MBA program entails 4 semesters of 6-month duration each. Each semester consists of either two or three internal assessments. The final semester requires you to submit your project report13.

Breaks

MBA colleges have a Summer and a Winter break, during which students take the time to research on the organizations they aspire to work in, establish business contacts, and travel on a vacation.

Campus Life

According to the All India Survey on Higher Education, India has the second-largest population of higher education students in the world. As of 2016, there were around 3, 13,920 MBA students in India.
Across campuses in India, students live an empowered life, what with access to the internet, participation in educational forums, and regular interaction with their counterparts from other colleges (national and international). They always discuss a range of topics such as business, technology, politics, culture, art, to name a few. There are Student Clubs, participations in Inter-class and Inter-collegiate competitions, visits to industries for in-depth understanding of their functioning, and activities for the betterment of the society.

Student Fraternity

According to the All India Survey on Higher Education, India has the second-largest population of higher education students in the world. As of 2016, there were around 3, 13,920 MBA students in India.
Across campuses in India, students live an empowered life, what with access to the internet, participation in educational forums, and regular interaction with their counterparts from other colleges (national and international). They always discuss a range of topics such as business, technology, politics, culture, art, to name a few. There are Student Clubs, participations in Inter-class and Inter-collegiate competitions, visits to industries for in-depth understanding of their functioning, and activities for the betterment of the society.

Campus Placement

Companies are always on the lookout for hiring top talent from MBA colleges in India. The Companies range from consulting firms, banks, IT firms, E-retail companies. In 2016, the ET Top Recruiters survey revealed the firms who have hired from these colleges. Deloitte emerged at the top of this list, having recruited 282 graduates from the class of 2016.
The other Companies were:
  • Cognizant
  • ICICI Bank
  • Infosys
  • Wipro
  • Accenture
  • KPMG
  • TCS
  • Amazon
  • IBM14

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