Are You Good Enough for an MBA?
The great Sachin Tendulkar began his farewell speech as “My life, between 22 yards for 24 years,” His international cricket journey was already six years by the time he was 22 years old. But for the thousands of Indian youth in the age group of 22-24 years, their future life journey is in the final stages of planning.
While some of them are already working, most are preparing to extend their student life by another couple of years. Either working or preparing for competitive examinations or still a student, MBA is an attractive option for most of them. Why is an MBA so attractive? Over the past two decades, the demand for business management professionals has grown, fuelled by economic liberalization and the consequent growth across multiple sectors of the Indian economy.
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To cater to the growing demand, educational institutions have mushroomed, offering MBA / PGDM programmes. Better the academic standards of the institute, stiffer are the entry norms. Different institutions conduct entrance examinations, scores of which are considered for admissions. Besides being inter-disciplinary, management education demands certain qualities from prospective students. Important among these are:
Analytical mindset, to process available information for effective decision-making under uncertainties
Comfort with quantitative number crunching, for data analysis
Interpersonal skills, for working in cross-functional teams
Verbal communication, to put across ones views effectively
Written communication, to put across ones views effectively
Creativity, to think outside the box
Leadership ability, to effectively lead teams, departments and organizations
Knowledge and awareness of important events / trends / developments in multiple fields
Ability to ‘connect the dots’; to establish meaningful connections between seemingly isolated developments
Risk-taking ability, to dare and design innovative solutions to practical problems
Of course, the selection processes for MBA / PGDM admissions – through entrance examinations / group discussions / personal interviews – are designed to evaluate prospective students on some or most the above mentioned criteria.
The question you need to ask yourself is – AM I GOOD ENOUGH ON SOME OF THESE QUALITIES? A critical, unbiased self-analysis is a pre-requisite for the right answers to emerge out of this introspection. Done correctly, probably with the help of true friends in mutually beneficial partnerships, the answers should lead to the right future path. Further strengthening of your strong points and continuously working on your weaknesses will definitely make you good enough for an MBA / PGDM (from a good institute!!!). That would be the beginning of a professional journey that should outlast Sachin Tendulkar’s professional career. Wish you all the best in your endeavour.
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bus facilities for pgdm are available
I understand that you are inquiring about the bass patli facilities order the transportation facilities at Vignana Institute of Management and so to answer your question there is indeed the transportation service that is run by the college authority is for the students who are pursuing degree courses in the university and does even the PGDM students are entitled to to the transportation of the institute provided they have paid the subsequent fees associated with the same.
I got 81.9567 percentile in jee main can I get a b cateogry seat in mjit or vjim if not I which college do I get bcateogry seat
thanks for asking you query as per your rank and performance in jee mains you may not get any government college through the counselling of josaa 2019 because your percentile is very low therefore i would suggest you to look for any private engineering college
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Can i get seat in vnr vignana jyothi in first phase with 8742 rank in tseamcetI am belonged to bc b Please
Yes. You can get it in VNR in first phase.
I got 4024 rank in tsicet will I get placed admission in vjit?
As you haven't mentioned your category, so I am assuming it to be OC. Hence, you have good chances of securing a seat in Vidya Jyothi Institute of Technology because as per last year's cutoff the closing rank for OC was around 4800 which you qualify hence, I think you have good chances of getting a seat in VJIT.
All the best.
My sister got 545 rank in APICET is there any chance to get seat in VJIM
hi your sister have decent chances of getting admission in Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad with rank in APICET