New Delhi, March 14, 2018: There is good news for fresh graduates planning to take up a career in management. Admissions for MBA and PGDM courses in Bengaluru have begun with top B-schools starting their admission processes. The race to join your favourite management college is a tough one and even after cracking some of the popular entrance tests such as CAT/NMAT/XAT/MAT. Chances of securing a seat in a good B-school generally depends on your performance in the entrance tests, academic consistency, performance in the B-School’s selection process such as group discussion and a personal interview. Relevant Work experience can increase your chances of selection in top B Schools.
Thus it becomes all the more critical for applicants to narrow their efforts to a few schools in order to maximize their chances of getting an MBA/PGDM seat according to www.mbauniverse.com
According to reports published www.mbauniverse.com as for Bengaluru, aspirants have a wide range of choices to apply to, both in their choice of courses/ specializations and B Schools /universities. Most Bengaluru universities accept CAT scores for their MBA programs. This includes Alliance University, Jain University, Christ University, and PES University to name few.
Jain University has its own entrance exam called the Jain Entrance Test. You can fill the application online, upload the important documents and then pay for the exam to enrol for the MBA test. The drill is the same with Alliance University.
To be eligible for Alliance University’s prestigious MBA/PGDM program, you need a high score in CAT or any other management entrance exams like XAT, GMAT, MAT, CMAT, or NMAT. Other universities have similar criteria for selection.
That said, a clichéd course pick has made MBA a little dull in terms of recruitment attraction. Slowly most colleges with the same rut of courses are losing their appeal due to repetitive specializations. MBA in finance, marketing, human resources, operations, international business, and information technology are quite common according to www.mbauniverse.com
Although, there are a few universities that are charting an unconventional path by offering courses in radical but essential fields demanded by the market. Christ University for example has pulled in serious interest from students and recruiters alike by offering a management degree in tourism management. Similarly, Alliance University has programs in hospital management, entrepreneurship & family business, retail, and organizational leadership. These adaptations have also resulted impressive placement records for the universities. Also, Universities like Christ and Alliance have clocked an impressive placements percentage in the last couple of years with conventional specializations like HR, Finance, Marketing, Operations, IT, IB , etc.,. Alliance University’s placement record in the past year stands at 93%.
More importantly though, both of these universities have already started with their MBA/PGDM application processes, with Christ University having its second round of admissions on 25th March and Alliance University starting its second round of admissions this March around the same time.
With all that considered, students and aspirants must make sure of the institute’s credibility and research about placement facts & figures to have a stellar MBA experience in one of the best B-Schools in the most sought after city for MBA – Bengaluru. Good luck!