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supriya supriya

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The fee structure is low as GIBS Business School is under the aegis of Goal Educational Trust (R) (Charitable Trust) and its a Non Profit making Organisation. Hence the fee structure is less in compared to other institutions. GIBS is one of the best college to pursue PGDM. It is an exclusive business school in India. It offers PGDM course for 2 years with dual specialisation. GIBS as unique teaching pedagogy. It's curriculum consists of 70% of action oriented learning and 30% of theoretical learning. GIBS offers two main special programs, where no other MBA or PGDM colleges offers this programme. In industry GIBS is 1st in offering these two ... View More

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Adv. Ved VinayakLaw educator at Lex Logic You Tube channel.

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The Ministry of HRD's NIRF (National Institute for Ranking Framework) placed the Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida at number 69 and the Jaipuria Institute of Management Lucknow at number 73 among the top B-schools in India for the year 2020. So both are excellent. Opportunities are equal because of the identical curriculum and methodology, excellent faculty, and campuses with comparable amenities. Students from any of the four campuses are eligible to apply for placements on any campus. After all, they both represent the same company.

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Tejas AtriMBA (ABM) ,Chandra Shekhar Azad University(Kanpur)

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The fees for MBA in hotel management depends all our college or university. But an average fees is in between 2.5 to 16 LPA.

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Adv. Ved VinayakLaw educator at Lex Logic You Tube channel.

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If you seek an MBA from a reputable university, it will prepare you for all aspects of life. It not only increases your employability but also helps you develop your talents for personal growth. The training is set up in a way that will teach you how to function under pressure (very tight deadlines for assignments and too many subjects for very little time). It instructs you in nearly all of the important business topics (finance, marketing, economics, law, etc. ). Transforming you into a master of None.

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Pravin Kumar

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I would say only choose specialisation if you have a strong interest in a particular field and a lot of knowledge about it. Don't choose a speciality solely to follow the crowd/trends. If you don't know what you want to do with your life yet, start with B.Com investigate all domains, find your niche, and flourish in it (in terms of further studies or career). I would not recommend taking a specialist course while in UG unless you are highly determined and informed about a given topic. Specializations are typically pursued when earning a master's degree. If you are looking to pursue PGDM Programme. I would highly recommend try for GIBS Bangalo... View More

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SHASHANK GUPTA

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Christians - HSC - Maharashtra - 85.27Christians - Other - 84.00GeneralHSC - Maharashtra - 91.60General - Other - 95.87Students with disabilities (SWD) - NA - 83.93Special Category - NA - 94.93Four hundred thirty-nine students registered for placements, and only 132 were placed in the placement season 2020. The highest CTC in 2020 stood at INR 15.7 LPA offered by AT Kearney. The average package ranged from INR 5.5 LPA to INR 5.6 LPA. Following are the highlights of placements of St Xaviers College Mumbai for 2020. Total Students Registered - 439Total Students Placed - 133Placement Percentage - 30.06%the highest CTC (in INR) - 15.7 LPAAverage ... View More

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Priyanka verma

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You must have a Bachelor degree from a reputed university to take admission in Australian universities. Many universities ask for the relevant work experience for admission. So, if you have 1 or 2 years of experience, it will benefit for you. IELTS Exam or TOEFL you need to take either of the exams for admission to an MBA course in Australia. It is mandatory to present a letter of reference from college lecturers or concerned authority that elevates admission process. Lastly, you will get scholarship if your past academic qualification was good.

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Saurabh Sharma

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Yes there are many reputed Universities in India which offers MBA, They offers scholarships on the basis of various parameters so you can avail it. These are the Top Business Schools:
Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad
Jindal Global Business School
Geeta University, Panipat, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Delhi
Narsee Monjee Mumbai
Christ university, Bangalore
Management Development Institute (MDI)
Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIMK)
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad

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Saurabh Sharma

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MBA is one of the most popular management courses in India, and it has its prestige. The demand for MBA grads is witnessing a steady increase due to the number of startups India has begun to invest in. In MBA, this curriculum is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of management skills and to train them in Communication Skills. The programme also aims to hone the skills of entrepreneurs. With this type of curriculum, learners are better prepared to explore the various opportunities available in the administration. If I will talk about fee, The fee structure depend on the college you are choosing. If you are taking admission... View More

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