Future of MBA

The future of MBA in India may look undecided with varying reports.
According to AIMA, the quality of education offered in Indian Business Schools
is of substandard quality and because of that many are struggling to stay
afloat. Out of 5,500 B-schools in the country, only 7 per cent turn out to be
employable, says a study conducted by ASSOCHAM. Now a day leaving aside few
IIM’s and other 15-20 institutes remaining B-schools are trying hard to get
their students placed in the good multinational firms.




The MBA graduates after spending lakhs of money for the education which
they think will make them ready for the corporate world and future
opportunities gets landed up in distress as they get only 10,000-20,000 per
month and that too only if they find the placement suitable to them. This is
the worrying part and it has to be taken seriously because many students who
don’t get admission in good B Schools.




There are many ways to tackle down the ongoing problems in the world of
MBA education and secure the future of MBA graduates. Most importantly being to
increase the actual work knowledge through regular On Job Trainings (OJT), live
projects from the corporates like article ship or practical training given in
CA course and lastly improve their placements through nurturing talents for
Regional and Local Markets.



Here, we have listed the best colleges to go for MBA:

  1. AIMA DELHI
  2. FMS DELHI (DEEN)
  3. JAMNA LAL BAJAJ INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT – MUMBAI
  4. TATA INSITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
  5. IPS BUSINESS SCHOOL – JAIPUR
  6. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES – IIT DELHI
  7. FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES – FMS BHU (VARANASI)
  8. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES – IIT MADRAS
  9. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES – IIT KANPUR
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