I am taking a loan for my mba degree, so suggest a clg in the ncr region which accepts MAT scores and gives good placements.

0 29 Views | Posted 2011-09-24 13:06:17
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-26 11:05:23
    Hello,I would suggest you try for Educomp's JRE Group as I have heard that they have a designated placement cell which is headed by people like R. Jayaraman, who is an MBA from IIM-A with plenty of years of leadership and CEO and Anuj Ahuja, who is from IIM-B and has been a visiting faculty to top business schools in Delhi. Moreover, it also gives placement assurance to students from various companies, http://www.jre.edu.in/images/downloads/jre-educomp.pdf , so you are likely to get a job from here after you graduate and can start repaying your loan soon.For more information about the college, please log into their official website, http://ww... view more
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    Ankit | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-24 16:52:53
    If you are taking a loan for Doing MBA in Colleges Which Accepts MAT Score in NCR. then better Don't take loan. as Colleges in Delhi NCR Which accepts MAT Score Seriously have no Value nor they have any Good Placement. Most of the Low Graded Colleges in NCR have Fees of Around 1.75 - 2.00 Lakhs Per Annum. And their Placement is not at all Good if we Compare to Fees most of them have around 50 - 60 Percent Placement With Average package of 2.75 - 3.00 . i don't think After Spending 6 lakhs on MBA you will get package of 3.00 is Justified.

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