CAREER PROSPECTS AFTER MBA
There is unprecedented competition in the marketplace today. The need to understand consumer desires and cater to them has become the norm for existence and survival in business. Thus, the necessity for enterprising managers with a global vision arises. Management Education has received a great boost in the post-globalisation era. Premier Institutes have descended upon the scenario with programmes aimed at carving out well-rounded personalities who can confidently walk through the portals of the corporate world
The MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree is probably the worlds best known and most widely recognized post graduate degree. It is a professional degree – in that it is intended for those who work in business and management i.e., the intention of a program leading to an MBA is to prepare or further prepare individuals for responsible positions in business – usually managerial positions. In fact the degree is a bit of a misnomer.
For those who take up self employment or who become employment generators as entrepreneurs – MBA or equivalent qualifications provide handful of necessary inputs for achieving successful entrepreneurial aims.
Admissions – MBA
Eligibility to take admission in MBA course as per MDU, Rohtak:
Recognized Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 years’ duration. Obtained at least 50% (45% in case candidate belonging to Reserved Category) at the qualifying Examination.