Business Management Space
October 29, 2006 01:56 AM
Posted by Jigar Singh
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The allure and financial reward of a career in management have fuelled an unexpected boom in application to business schools/institutes from the mid-eighties and the interest is till escalating. The demand far exceeds the supply and so there is a mad scramble among students to join the business schools in the country. The candidates applying for the M.B.A. programmes in reputed business schools are too many and the seats available are too few.

The minimum educational qualification for entry into the M.B.A. programme is graduation in any stream. Some universities and business schools do lay down a minimum aggregate of 50% for being eligible to apply for their MBA programmes.

Sumit Grover
hey jigar,

thats an interesting thread of info that you've started and more fascinating is the fact that your thread has been covering rather all the aspects of business management in a period format. it's like you've started from defining the issue from scratch and then taking it to higher levels. keep going !!

2006-11-09 00:00:00

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