Coronavirus Impacting B-Schools other than IIMs
Coronavirus Impacting B-Schools other than IIMs - Impact of Coronavirus is visible worldwide in all areas of life. All sectors, be it an airline, infrastructure, retail, pharmaceutical, real estate etc., are getting impacted. Even the education sector is facing issues because of the coronavirus outbreak in various countries. In India also the education sector is facing challenges. Major exams and events are getting postponed or worse cancelled. Other than the top b-schools of India, many other education institutes are facing the consequences of coronavirus outbreak.Careers360 brings to your notice major updates on the Coronavirus Impacting B-Schools Other Than IIMs. The outbreak of coronavirus has forced Indian Government to take the decision of “Janta Curfew” on March 22.
XLRI Jamshedpur Postponed Convocation
Xavier School of Management was to conduct its 64th annual convocation which was scheduled on March 21. Due to coronavirus impact XLRI has decided to postpone its convocation. More than 500 XLRI students were to attend the convocation. Director of XLRI, Fr. P Christie S.J., said “In the wake of Coronavirus outbreak in India and Globally we have decided to postpone XLRI’s annual convocation for an unspecified time.”
Closure of Delhi University
As per the notification released by University of Delhi, it shall remain closed till March 31. However the staff (teaching and non teaching both) shall work from home till the extent possible and shall be available on electronic means of communication. The decision of close University of Delhi has been taken keeping in view the order issued by Heath and Family Welfare Department, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi. Hostel students are also advised to leave as early as possible for their hometowns.
NITIE Mumbai to Conduct PI Round in Online mode
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, NITIE Mumbai has also decided to avoid physical presence of shortlisted candidates in NITIE Mumbai campus. The personal interview round of shortlisted candidates for NITIE Mumbai admission in 2020 will be conducted in online mode. The decision has been taken for the safety of everyone associated with NITIE Mumbai.
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how much time is required to prepare for CAT exams. Is Four months enough? would be completing BTech by 2021 July.
The preparation time totally depends upon your background knowledge and the source and method you are following. It really depends from people to people and 4 months is also good, if you have enough knowledge for preparing according.
In this 4 months you can solve sample paper and solve last years paper.
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Hello, I Want To Get Admission In IIM Indore College with out CAT Exam. Is It Possible???
To clear your doubt, you cannot get into IIM Indore without appearing for the Common Admission Test. Infact, it you wish to get into any of the top government or private B- schools you'll have to appear for either of the six examinations, CAT, MAT, GMAT, CMAT, XAT and ATMA.
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what qualities should I get to prepare for CAT and to be an MBA aspirant
Hope you're doing well.
CAT or common admission test, is accepted in numerous colleges in India for admission to PGDM or MBA. To prepare for MBA, you need to have excellent speaking skills, managerial skills, a good hold of extra curricular activities and also, academics.
For cracking CAT, you need to practice Logical reasoning, verbal and nonverbal ability, general english, quantitative aptitude. There are many books available for the same. Such as Arun Sharma, RS agarwal etc. They have it all covered in their books. You can also join coachings which are both online as well as offline.
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