Hi, this is chitra and i would like to know how do i choose a b-school in the ncr region, i have a 54-ile in MAT.

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-26 12:56:07
    Hi Chitra,As you have not got a very high percentile in MAT it would be difficult to get into top Institutes. However, you can try with Institutes like Kohinoor Business School, Asia Pacific, and Skyline Business School etc. For further information on the Institutes accepting MAT scores please check the links below:https://www.shiksha.com/getArticleDetail/1324/All-About-Mat-Management-Aptitude-Test https://www.shiksha.com/getArticleDetail/1297/Mat-Results-2010-Mat-Scores-Mat-2010-Results-Aima-Results-Result-Of-Mat-Mat-Cut-Off-Aima-Mat-Results Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries In case your query is resolved please... view more
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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-26 12:56:02
    Hi Chitra, as per your query I would advice you that their are certain aspects which cannot be left behind while choosing the best one for yourself like recognition, infrastructure, course, fee, faculty, placements etc. I would even advice you to contact the institute and the current students for accurate information and feedback. To help you further, I am sending you link of institute, please go through it.https://management.shiksha.com/getCategoryPage/colleges/management/india/10223/All/Delhi-NCR/categorypages/All/All/All/0/50https://management.shiksha.com/getCategoryPage/colleges/management/india/All/All/All/categorypages/All/All/All/0/30H... view more
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-26 12:12:26
    Hello,While choosing a business school, the rule of the thumb says that you should research a college by paying a visit to the university and ask the following questions:1. The quality of the faculty 2. The degree which is being offered with the college. 3. The placements and the fee structure of the college. As a student of one of the institutes of Educomp, I would suggest you try for their JRE Group. It is backed by two of the largest educational companies - Educomp, India and Raffles, Singapore. And because it is a brand new college, their infrastructure is great too and has all the latest state-of-the-art classrooms, lecture halls and li... view more

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