I am physically handicapped person.. Any reservation seats for me in iim for one year MBA(Executive)? In IIMB eligibility, They have mentioned IIMB strongly encourages applications with Persons With Disabilities I have 7 years of experience.
As per CAT eligibility criteria, PWD (persons with disability) have 3% reservation in IIMs. PWD category covers three areas - Low vision blindness, Hearing impairment and Locomotor disability/cerebral palsy. According to the provisions the person has to have more than 40% impairment (certified y the medical authority). For more details you can visit https://www.iima.ac.in/web/pgp/apply/domestic/important-information
Hi, My name is Vivek Kumar Pandey. I want to pursue Executive Mba. I live in kolkata. My academic scores are 10th- 73%, 12th- 82%, graduation in commerce- 51%.I have almost 4 years of work experience in TCS, currently in PWC, net salary is around 32000. Please advise where to take admission and how?
I would like to suggest IIBS....IIBS offers full-time MBA for a period of 2 years. The course has been recognized and approved by UGC and Ministry of HRD.“Ranked as the top 3rd B-School in All India Category for its Placement drive.”Source: SiliconIndia. Study MBA at any one of the three IIBS campuses in Noida, Bangalore and Kolkata.
International Institute of Business Studies (IIBS) is one of the few Top MBA colleges in Kolkata . It aims to bring world-class management education with premium infrastructure and esteemed faculty to the students in Kolkata. Adding to it, IIBS also offers financial support to talented students who are unable to afford the course fees through educational loans.
IIBS classrooms provide its students a rewarding as well as transforming experience. And, maintains uniformity across its MBA campuses in Bangalore and Noida, too.
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Do we need to pass Open Mat exam for Executive MBA from Ignou as well?
Yes, you need to pass OPEN MAT Exam to take admission in IGNOU for MBA.
The IGNOU OPEN MAT MBA last date is 30th June,2020.
For more details follow the link given below
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executive MBA colleges in mumbai
Here are the executive MBA colleges in Mumbai:
School of Business Management SVKM's Narsee Monje Institute of Management Studies,Mumbai
Guru Nanak Institute of Management Studies,Mumbai
Athena School of management ,Mumbai
Indo German Training Centre,Mumbai
Indian Institute of Technology,Bombay
Thadomal Shahani centre for management,Mumbai
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How about executive MBA placements. is there something provided through Campus placement?
First of all let me clarify you that There are two types of executive MBA's provided by IIM's.
First one is the course with at least 5 years of work experience. This is a one-year full-time course, commonly known as PGPX. You can sit for placements in this course.
Second type refers to a part-time program for working professionals. This is a simultaneous program with the ongoing job and as a result of which candidates are usually not eligible for placements.
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I am working from past 3 years and my highest degree is in HR, so can you suggest me executive mba courses in India
You can definitely go for Executive MBA course in Human resource since that's the best option with your profile. Following are top colleges offering this course:
- XLRI Jamshedpur,
- Xavier University Bhubaneswar,
- TISS Mumbai,
- IIM Indore,
- SCMHRD Pune
For more colleges visit the following link:
Can I do more than one Internship at the same time if I have been able to do it does it create any problem during my executive (MBA) placement.
If you think you can manage 2 internships at the same time, without compromising work on any, I don't see any problem with it, in fact it will be an asset to your CV. During placement, you might be asked why you went for 2 internships, and related questions, and you should be ready with the answers. If they are satisfied, you are good to go!
I have 5 years of experince in Telecom Industry, my designation is Sr. software Engineer,My work involve application support for otp delivery platform. Aspiring to go in Fintech Industry.So please suggest should I go for Executive MBA, if yes then please suggest which specialization would be best.
Many top institutes have the executive program well designed with best placements
You have experience in technology and fintech is the combination of both finance and technology. So you can pursue Finance as the specialization
For information regarding top executive MBA colleges do visit the link
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How many students apply for executive MBA at IIFT? How many seats are there for executive MBA at IIFT?
There were about 60000 candidates had registered to appear in IIFT 2018 entrance exam. Out of them 55000+ candidates appeared in the IIFT entrance exam for admission to 420 seats in MBA (IB) 2019-21 batch in three campuses of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. IIFT had shortlisted 2097 candidates for its 420 seats across three campuses. Break up of IIFT Seats by Campus is as below:
1.IIFT New Delhi: 220
2.IIFT Kolkata: 140
3.IIFT Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh): 60
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What is the path, You would suggest who wants to do MBA, Should he do executive MBA or normal MBA?
It depends if you look at MBA, It is essentially a track change programme. The two types of people do MBA in India One is those who are in particular streams like engineering & didn’t like to be an engineer want to do an MBA to become consultant & investment banker Etc.
Second Who comes to do MBA & the one’s who have not got a job of satisfaction post their graduation so these are the two people who do an MBA immediately post the graduation because they didn’t like the stream they got the job.
Now I think there is a big change which is going to be happen, Today if somebody is good graduate would probably earn 8 to 10 lakhs per annum out of the college. Now if the candidate decide to do MBA after two years, The opportunity cost is around 20 lakhs of giving away the salary and another 25 lakhs doing an MBA, The cost of MBA becomes 45 lakhs. So what will happen is those who are not getting a good job after graduation they will be doing MBA those who are in the job, in the profession where want to continue & don’t want to track change would actually go for Online programme, Where they don’t need to leave the job.
Dr. Atish Chattopadhyay
(VC, Vijaybhoomi University & director, IFIM Business School)