Ranking of MBA Colleges in India

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MBA Colleges in India Ranking

The Top MBA Colleges In India is a list that which is often most sought after. Every year millions of aspiring management students try to secure a place in one of the managementinstitutes. This is easier said than done. Trying to get into the MBA programme is like an arms race. It is quite hard and not for the faint hearted. CAT (Common Admission Test) is one of the most prepared for entrance tests for MBA aspirants. Students prepare themselves with the hope of landing a seat in the best management college in the country. The Master's Degree in Business Administration, MBA, is among the most popular programs in the field of business and management. The collegescover areas like accounting, marketing, operations, human resources, economics and other related fields. MBA aims to produce skilled management professionals perfectly capable of negotiating, resolving and performing skillfully in under pressure and diverse management situations. After the successful completion of the graduation programme a large number of students begin their preparation for management based entrance examinations. MBA professionals are in high demand not just in India but also around the world. They command a great deal of respect, status and get to take home a handsome salary.

Ranking MBA Colleges In India

The above mentioned colleges have ranked among the best in India for a number of reasons. Some of them are - a high quality of education, a problem solving approach to learning, infrastructure that meets international standards, a highly competent faculty, great placement records and industrial and international collaborations are some of the factors that decide the ranks of management institutes. Private institutes in India are fast bridging the gap between universities abroad. With a well informed and competent management at its helm most management colleges are better positioned to face the challenges and requirements of today's world. The world of management is constantly evolving and needs to remain updated and this is exactly what the best colleges are doing.

If one has a flair for management and business, MBA could be a great programme for developing one’s career.

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Well. The obvious answers would be IIMs A, B & C. It all depends on the student and their CAT score.
There are as many as 4500 MBA colleges in India having nearly 2,50,000 MBA seats. It’s an emerging industry so this number is increasing day by day.
The biggest factor to consider is that MBA abroad does not offer campus placements. On one hand, the top-10 colleges in India (IIMs/ISB etc) all all excellent in terms of placement, so 100% of their students land up a respectable salary even before their MBA course completes. This will undoubtedly make a huge difference in your financial life. This job security you can only get in India—— Nowhere else!

Yes.

Your Indian degree/ college/ university needs to be accredited by 'All India Council for Technical Education' (AICTE). As long as that is the case, it's valid in most parts of the world. You may have to get them certified & stamped by 'Indian Ministry of External Affairs' if you are interested to travel abroad either for academic or professional reasons.

However, how much value your degree will carry in various countries, depends on their own evaluation criteria!

Tier A private colleges charge around 20 lakhs and above
Tier B private colleges charge in between 10 - 15 lakhs
One can also opt for Government/Trust colleges such as JBIMS, FMS among others, their tuition fees are quite less than the private ones having a very good placement record.

Average students need to be prepared mentally to spend lots of time practicing in order to crack CAT. Everyone has gaps in Math or English or DILR and has to practice long hours.

Any person who is presently above the 60 percentile can be called average and can crack CAT. Just that the time required doing it may change depending on the gaps. But a reasonable six to eight months of daily practice (2/3 hours) can do the trick. People below 60 percentile can also do it, but will need to get back to their school math books. Go through tuitions, and then start the preparation.

Process orientation: CAT is a test of aptitude and therefore ‘the 5 shortcuts to crack CAT in 30 days’ doesn’t work. The ‘get rich quick’ schemes don’t work. The short cuts to solve math, and the mathematical approach to RC are all very tempting because they all form part of the ‘get rich quick’ schemes. But the only thing that really works in CAT preparation is ‘fundamental’ sweaty hard work and following a process sincerely.

A thorough work would be required on the basics and repeated practice sessions.

Verbal: Reading purposefully different kinds of articles, books, etc. is the only solution. The reading should be followed by reflection on the purpose, tone, main theme, sub plots, inferences etc. If this is done sincerely for six to eight months, along with the practice tests and Mocks, VARC can become one’s high scoring section.

Scoring high in this section makes it so much easier to get to overall 99.xx percentile. This is the only section that does not need outside information like formulae or knowledge. Everything is given. Only thing is that you need to make the right sense out of it. Average students can improve enough to actually score 70 + (CAT 2019), if they do not try any fancy stuff and just stick to the fundamentals.

Quants: This is a freak-out area for short cuts, which is pure marketing hype. It’s mostly the average students who get impressed by the short cuts. They are actually weak in their basics and start to think erroneously that all Math problems can be solved logically.

What are these short cuts? Every problem can be solved in multiple creative ways.

But the question is ‘which method can the average student replicate safely in the CAT?’ Unless a particular creative method (short cut) works for a whole category of problems, they are not taught. The conventional method is far safer. More practice sessions will yield more creative, accurate and faster results.

In CAT 2019, there were at least 20 to 22 problems that could have been done by the average student who has worked hard on the basics. They could have been done conventionally at an average of 2 minutes per question. That would have fetched a score of anything above 45, which is in the 95 plus percentiles.

DILR: Getting exposed to as many types of problems is the only solution. Doing about 60 to 70 tests, including mocks, will lead to exposure to around 400 sets of DILR problems. Doing this over a few months would ensure accurately solving 3 to 4 sets comfortably in CAT. That’s at least 40 marks.

Adding them all up (70+45+40)= 155.. which is 99 percentile in CAT 2019. The mix might very well change depending on one’s personal strengths.

Bottom line is that, with six to eight months of systematic 18/20 hours of weekly practice, one can crack CAT. The primary target should be to follow a process to build your fundamentals without trying any fancy stuff.

None.

No college can claim to have a 100% placement guarantee. A college provides you an opportunity to get placed. Whether a person encases that opportunity or they don't make the cut is their individual concern.

However, there are many good B-Schools like IIMs, FMS Delhi, ISB, SIBM, IBS Hyderabad, XIM/XLRI and LPU which might increase your chances to get placed.

Don't fall in the trap or gimmicks of the many institutes that claim to provide 100% placements. It's a modern sham.

For IIM's A, B & C YES. Please have a look at our fee structure page for thorough details.

No, CAT is not necessary to get admission in MBA colleges in India.

But Yes, if one aims for top management colleges in India.

Here is a list of some of the top MBA colleges in India with the lowest fees

  • FMS Delhi (first year fees is INR 50 thousand)
  • Department of Management Studies (DMS), IIT Roorkee
  • Christ (Deemed to be University) Bangalore
  • Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS)
  • MCT Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology
  • Indian Institution of Export and Import Management
  • MET Institute of Management
  • Pailan College of Management & Technology
  • Globsyn Business School, Kolkata
  • Prin. L N Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Mumbai

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