What is the eligibility to get admission in MBA COURSE?


What is the eligibility to get admission in MBA COURSE?

This is the obvious question that comes into your mind once you have decided to go for an MBA course to join an MBA course in reputed government or private management Institute's like IIM and universities like UVs and sharp University Chandigarh the aspiring candidates should have done graduation.

In any three top management Institute's like IIM may put condition of getting minimum marks in graduation to be eligible of getting admission in these Institute's whereas in some be schools where it is given two marks in qualifying exam during the final selection of the candidates.

So it is always advisable to give your Test while appearing in your qualifying exams to secure as much as you can higher percentage of marks in your bachelor's degree will definitely give you an edge to secure higher rank in the final merit list of B school admission process.

 

How to get admission in MBA

To get admission to MBA course in various reputed management Institute's you may have to clear some management entrance exams like if you are interested to get admission the PGP program of any of the IIM s then you need to crack the Common Admission Test commonly known as CAT.

Example whereas to get admission to post graduate diploma in management courses of various independent B schools you need to clear any of the six approve exams such as CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, GMAT, ATMA.

 CAT is common admission test held in October or November every year.  XAT is  xavier aptitude test held in January every year. CMAT is common management admission test conducted by National Testing Agency in January every year. 

MAT is all India Management Association management aptitude test held in four times a year - February, May, September and December.  GMAT is Graduate Management Admission test that can help you get admission in overseas B schools. AIMS Test for Management Admissions or ATMA test held four times a year i.e. February, May, July and August.

Apart from these six most important and widely accepted exam there are some management colleges and universities that conduct their own attitude test for providing admission to qualifying candidates in various MBA or PGDM courses.

Although all these exams are different consist of different number of questions and have varying duration to complete those questions but mode of this exam consists of questions from more or less same topics having varying difficulty level. 

Most of MBA entrance exam consists of questions from reasoning aptitude, logical reasoning, mathematical ability and English.  The top management institutions and universities providing MBA course are Management Studies University of Delhi, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi Journal, Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai University Business School, Punjab University, Chandigarh etc etc.

The approximate fee from these and other government Management Institute varies between rupees 25000 to rupees 2 lakhs.

 

What are the career prospects after doing an MBA?

The impact of privatization and liberalization has increased the need of individuals with an MBA degree from reputed business schools in India. After obtaining this degree you can get jobs in banks, business houses, nonprofit organizations, industrial houses and multinational companies as Account Manager, brand manager, marketing manager and management consultants.

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