is it important to have mathematical skills for rural management program?
Rural management program entails the socioeconomic development of the rural areas. The course focuses on the upliftment of the rural areas, hence basic skills like Strong mathematical skills, managerial skills, leadership qualities, analytical and reasoning skills are required. (The basic skills that are required for an MBA.) . These are necessary add-ons, the qualifications to pursue a degree in rural management do not necessitate the same. However, it is good to have these skills as we talking about rural development.
Minimum eligibility criteria
12th qualifying marks to be at least 50%
Qualified bachelors degree (BA/BSc) in rural management with at least 50% marks
Top colleges that offer this course are:
IIHMR University, Jaipur
Institute of Management Sciences, Lucknow
Institute of Rural Management
The entire list of colleges can be accessed from here: https://bschool.careers360.com/colleges/list-of-rural-management-colleges-in-india
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Did Rural Management MBA has some special posts in govt. sectors or they have to compete with general MBA students?
Hello Karan ,
The program in MBA Rural Management offered at various institutes like IRMA have special postings in various NGOs , MNCs and you can also bag a government job too. It is dependent on the college you study in and what companies come for the placement process. But most of the time , they also have the same job opportunities as general MBA students but their jobs are specialized compared to the conventional MBA course provided in colleges.
what is the scope of mba in rural managemet and which ugc approved colleges are best for doing this course? is rural management good or general mba? i am in my final year pursuing bba in marketing ?
MBA in Rural Development Management is a two-year postgraduate management program which involves the application of management rules and principles in the rural sector for improving the rural social life. So rural management marketing basically you have to know the rural buisness policy and you have the opportunity for work for rural area. In now days every company go for rural marketing project. So in this field your career is huge. Because in future of marketing in any company always come first the rural area.
All the best.
I appeared for KIITEE MANAGEMENT 2021 And secured 16th rank in Rural Management and I have been shortlisted for GDPI... How should I prepare for the same in order to convert the call???
Follow the steps to outshine everyone in GD.
1. Try to be the first person to begin the discussion.
2. Try to speak more than 3-4 times.
3. Whenever you try to cut someone's opinion, be very polite and soft spoken.
4. Don't be too radical about any topic.
5. Try to make a balanced opinion.
6. Try to end the GD with a solid conclusion.
7. Be confident in whatever you will say.
Best of luck.
do work experience is needed for Indian institute of rural management
it is important to understand that what are the key skills/leanings a Rural Management graduate gets from the course? Rural Management graduates are specialized in Public Heath or Education or rural marketing or business sustainability or corporate social responsibility so on. It is also need to mark that, rural development graduates are mostly generalist and specialize in particular area as per work experience.
Career opportunity after 4-5 years of experience in corporate social responsibility
In every field the work experience matters but no worries even if you are fresher you can build up with your skills.
Hope this helps you.
I have scored 198 overall in nmat 2020 and I belong to NC-obc category, then will it be a decent score to get a call for xub-bhubhneshwar rural management programme?
Sir, After completed Bsc agriculture from private university I an eligible for getting admission in Institute of rural management Anand (IRMA) in PGDM ( RM ).
Obviously you can do that. According to the official website of IRMA , any student graduated with any discipline can apply if he/she has a minimum education of 15 years (i.e., a bachelors degree) & 50% or above marks in graduation or corresponding CGPA (for sc/st its 45%). Also the students of final year can apply.
I hope my answer helps you. Wish you all the very best for your future endeavors!
agri business mangament & rural mangament accourding to this two which is best for study . and also which has high scope in private sector ? which place we have good opertunitys
With Rural Management Program, the program is focused on overall development of rural domain resulting in efficacy of various projects and model,you can find opportunities in government, corporate research projects, NGOs, grameen banks, SBI, NANARD,in private sector top compnanies like Amul, ICICI Bank, ADM Agro Industries, ITC Limited, Mother Dairy, Mapro Foods recruit these professionals in the job profile of marketing manager, sales manager, supply chain manager, operations manager etc.
On the other hand, agri business management is more focused on the business aspect of agriculture production and its international trade, the scope lies in retail firms, farming industry, marketing industry, public-private corporations, government sector, food production companies for various roles such as agribusiness manager, farm appraiser, quality controller, trader to name a few. Top recruiters are Olam, HUL, Reliance, INI Farms, Godrej Agrovet, Waycool, DuPonts, Monsanto, Syngenta etc.
How is Xavier School Of Rural Management Bhubaneswar? What is the required CAT percentile to get a call from this college?
You can use the careers360 platform for finding the review of Xavier School of Rural Management Bhubaneswar. The reviews are written by the students studying in the institute. The link is given below
You can refer the below link to know XIMB cutoff
which bba is best bba information technology or bba rural management
To find the best among BBA IT or BBA rural management, you have to see your interest in that particular field. Both of these fields are different from each other. The scope for these fields is wide but they don't have any particular connection between each other. So if you like IT, you like hardware and software, languages, data science,coding then choosing rural will not be a good idea.
Also this also depends from which institute you wish to pursue the course from. The placements for that particular course in that particular institute is what you should look for.
Hope this helps