OJEE MBA Syllabus 2020 - Odisha Joint Entrance Examination Board will prescribe the syllabus for OJEE MBA 2020. As per the OJEE MBA 2020 syllabus it will mention the topics that are likely to be covered. OJEE MBA is conducted for admission to various management colleges/institutions in the state of Odisha. The sections that are included under the OJEE MBA syllabus 2020 are analytical reasoning, comprehension, verbal reasoning, general knowledge and business fundamentals. Knowing the OJEE MBA 2020 syllabus in advance will help the aspirants in preparing and in devising a strategy for OJEE MBA 2020. The examination will be conducted in online and offline mode. Read this article by Careers360 to know in detail about exam pattern, syllabus, areas covered and other details related to OJEE MBA syllabus 2020.
About the Exam
Date of OJEE MBA 2020
PBT - Third week of May 2020
CBT - Second week of June 2020
Paper-Based Test (PBT)and Computer-Based Test (CBT)
Total No. of Questions
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with 4 options to each question
Examination Sections for OJEE MBA 2020
1. Verbal Reasoning
2. Analytical Reasoning
3. General Knowledge
5. Computer and Business Fundamentals
Marking Scheme of OJEE MBA 2020
(+) 4 Marks for every correct answer
(-) 1 Mark for each incorrect response
Before knowing the syllabus of OJEE MBA 2020, candidates must know the exam pattern to know the number of questions and marking schemes for each section.
Name of Sections
Number of Questions
OJEE 2020 syllabus includes the topics that will be covered under each section of the syllabus. The topics for OJEE MBA 2020 are included in such a way that assess various skills of the candidate. Refer the table below for details:
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Odd One Out
Time & Distance
Ratio & Proportion
Nation and States
Assess candidate’s reading and understanding skills through passage.
Assess student’s business skills
No, the number of sections and topics vary. The other entrance examinations like CAT have three sections, whereas, IIFT includes six sections.
No, all the questions will be objective type, wherein, candidates will be required to choose the correct answer from four options.
Comprehension will include passages, wherein students will have to read the passage and answer the questions related to it. The topics on which passage will be given can vary. There are no prescribed areas for comprehension.
You must write the TANCET exam in order to do an MBA in Madras University. .The Institute promises a 100% placement with pretty good packages.The common recruiters of MBA graduates in Madras University are TCS,CTS,HCL,TotalGas,Axis Bank,HFFC,Indiabulls,KVB,Aircel,Reliance,City Union Bank,BNP Paribas,IndiaMart,ITC etc..The highest pay package offered was 9.8lakh per annum and the average pay package was 4.25 lakh per annum(2015-17 batch).
You can do an MBA in Anna University under the under the TANCET category.It offers dual specialization i the following domains: Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, Systems and Operations.Companies like HDFC Bank, CTS , TCS, ICICI etc are the recruiters.
Companies / Recruiters who visits: the campus(as per the information provided by the college):Cisco Systems, ebay ,Flipkart, ACC Cement, Accenture ,Airtel ,Amazon,Ford Motors, Google, HCL,Reliance, Snapdeal,Goldman Sachs, Hexaware Technologies, HP Info Edge (India) Ltd ,Unisys India ,Voltas, Wipro ,Zoho,Infosys, ITC ,L T Microchip ,Microsoft .
the basic eligibility criteria for applying in mba program is you need to have 50% marks in graduation from a recognized board. 50% marks criteria is goes for cat exam, however for xat (xaviours aptitude test ) there is no specific marks criteria for graduation course. however it also depends on institute and if you have more than 50% marks in graduation you are on safe side.
Doing MBA after Law is a good idea and it is not a rare sight to see people pursuing MBA after Law degree.
The benefits of pursuing MBA after Law is :
1. Both the degrees will help you to build proficiency in both fields.
2. Law degree will help you to work for your individual aim, but management degree will help you to shift from individual contribution to managing others.
3. You will be competitive in both the fields.
4. Your MBA degree will help you to build more potential networks.
5. If you will work with a law firm after completion of both the degrees, you will have an expanded role as compared to other lawyers.
6. You can become an in-house Legal Counselor for global companies.
7. Your financial returns will be high.
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