Former RBI Director Dr Y.V Reddy delivers lecture at TAPMI Manipal
The TA Pai Management Institute, Manipal organized its 20th Leadership Lecture session with guest speaker- former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Director- Dr. Y.V Reddy. The speaker addressed TAPMI students on various economic and financial issues, and the importance of research and development in India.
Dr. Y.V Reddy while addressing in the session said, “Financial sector can support an economy but cannot lead it”. He further said that countries like USA, UK, China, and Russia are spending a lot on 'research and development' and the Indian government should follow the same. He also said that it is inadvisable to impose minimum spending limits on Indian corporates with regard to the same.
Speaking on with the issue of minimum spending limit, he said, “The strength of public sector banks lies in funding working capital and small loans rather than financing infrastructure projects. The way forward lies in structuring finances better”.
Regarding the possibility of having different inflation indices for different states, he said that even though there are a lot of deficiencies in the indices that measure inflation, it is unfavorable to have separate indices for different states. For policy framing purposes, it is ideal to have only one index such as the Consumer Price Index, the Wholesale Price Index or the Producer Price Index as more indices only complicate matters.
Moving forward, he said that that there exists no tradeoff between inflation and growth and that the RBI has to harmonize with the government when it comes to policies, maintain operational autonomy and coordinate when it comes to structural changes.
On the issue of external debt management, and whether the percentage of external debts maturing after a year are is a worrying sign or not, he said that the presence of sufficient amount of reserves is enough to not cause any worries.
He also said that the recommendation of the Financial Sector Legislative Reform Commission (FSLRC) to shift the regulatory power of money market from RBI to SEBI is not important. The emphasis is on cooperation and not on separation. According to him, FSLRCs should be managed by the RBI as it has the necessary tools to handle a financial crisis, should it arise.
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Ta Pai management institute. What are the qualifications eligibility required to join it? I finished BCA at Christ University
T. A. Pai Management istitute, manipal, karnataka, requires a graduation degree with not less than 50% marks. Final year students can also apply but if they get less than 50% then their admission will be canceled.
For candidate with less than 24 months experience Minimum percentile required
XAT - 85
GMAT - 630
GRADUATION - 60%
12th - 60%
10th - 60%
For candidates with work experience more than 24 months selection process is more about profile considered shortlisting
alliance school of business, Bangalore vs ta pai management institute, Manipal which is better business school? and more scope
Both of them are good choice for MBA but please read this article I think you understand easily.
t.a. pai management institute (tapmi) highlights
Year of establishment
27 th for MBA by NIRF in 2020
19 th for MBA by BW Business World in 2019
19 th for MBA by Business Today in 2019
Modes of education
Number of courses offered
3 courses in 3 streams
Highest salary offered (overall)
Rs 25 LPA
Average salary offered (overall)
Rs 12.7 LPA (PGDM-BKFS)
Rs 11.4 LPA (PGDM-General)
t.a. pai management institute (tapmi) rankings
T.A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) has been ranked as follows in 2019:
33 rd for Private MBA by NIRF
35 th for MBA by Economic Times
41 st for MBA by Composite Rank
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alliance school of business highlights
Year of establishment
Ranked 34 th for MBA by Outlook in 2020
Ranked 42 nd for MBA by NIRF in 2019
Ranked 46 th for MBA by Economic Times in 2019
Modes of education
Number of courses offered
Salary offered (2018)*
Rs 10.17 LPA
Rs 18 LPA
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can I do MBA an Alliance University ? is it better then ta pai management institute.
Ofcourse you can pursue MBA in Alliance School of Business in Marketing, Finance and Operations with a fees of 13.50 lakhs. If both colleges are compared, median salary for Alliance is 10.20 lacs while that of TA Pai is 11.20 lacs. TA Pai Management is a old college established in 1980. Both are private colleges and have almost similar facilities.
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which one to choose between TAPMI Manipal-PGDM and KJ Somaiya- MBA Core ? please specify reasons. thanks in advance
TAPMI, Manipal:- rating 4.2/5. Highest salary :- 23.8 lpa. average salary :- 10.6 lpa. Infrastructure is good. Good facility is provided to students. faculty are helpful for any study requirement.
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KJ Somaiya:- highest salary :- 28.5lpa. average salary:- 13.25lpa. rating :- 4/5. Infrastructure is good Food service and accomodation is best. college provides hygenic environment for safe stay with good health. Academic curriculum is updated and faculty crowd is even. faculties provide good guide for learning.
All in all, KJ Somaiya is good. if you find comfortable and suitable option then you can choose KJ Somaiya Institute of management. TAPMI is not a bad option but SIMSR performs good every year.
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how is tapmi school of management, manipal. what is the students intake for mba ??. is it good for finance ??
TAPMI School of Management is one of the most preferred business schools in India . It offers a high roll PGDM program with less fees and high number of placements . It is the best college to prefer to study MBA in India . The fees for 2 years is Rs.14 lakhs and placements on an average is Rs.11 lakhs . It also offers scholarships of around 2.5 crores . The total intake of students in TAPMI is 500+ for MBA courses . This college is good for finance as it has the best faculty and training and curriculum and a good number of placements . So All The Best .
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