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MBA is one of the sought after career these days. Pursuing on MBA degree from one of the Top B-Schools of India is a dream for lakhs of students all over India. The fierce competition for the seats in the Top B- Schools is proven by the fact that the number of students appearing for MBA entrance exams is increasing by 25-30% every Year.

MBA in India

In this section, you can access information about

  1. 1. Top Business Schools in India
       The MBA aspirants can avail the information gathered here to decide which Business School to opt for.
  2. 2. MBA Entrance Examinations - Admission Procedures
       The eligibility criteria for most of the MBA entrance examinations, the mode of the examinations, selection procedures are briefly    described here.
  3. 3. B-Schools Profiles
       In this section, we have provided with the profiles of some of the most prominent management institutes of India.
  4. 4. Exam-Analysis
       This section is meant to give a complete analysis of the last examination conducted by a particular institute.
  5. 5. Exam Dates
       The dates of the important MBA entrance examinations are mentioned here.
  6. 6. Contemporary Issues in Management Profession
       This section ponders on the changing face of MBA education and the future of management as a profession in India.

MBA in Abroad

In India, the craze for foreign education is on a new high. In fact, it is for the first time that India surpassed Japan as the second largest source of foreign students in India.
One of the reasons for the sudden spur in outbound traffic is aggressive marketing by foreign universities and B-Schools in India.

Besides the UK and the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Singapore have started attracting the starry-eyed MBA aspirants. Overseas MBA degrees come for a price. Pursuing an MBA degree could cost between Rs.14 lakh to Rs. 30 lakh depending on the school.

However student loans, fellowships and assistantships and the ample earning opportunities in these countries, help the Indian students in reducing some of their Opportunity.

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