I have 5 yrs of work experience. Now I want to do my MBA. Do u think IIPM delhi is the right institute for me?
what is the fact about iipm placement?
Asked by BISWABHUSAN PRADHAN
Gomati Dittakavi | Contributor-Level 102011-10-31 14:22:16Plz make sure of the institute before you plunge in. Talk to the students of the current batch, the recent passed outs and chk the placement ratio and weightage given to the degree in MNCs. If you find that the facts which you gathered first hand are in sync with the figures that are stated then you may go for it. My suggestion would be to go for IGNOU or SMU as you have good experience.
Thanks & Regards,
Answered by2011-11-01 15:58:12that is also good for industry purpose but it is not recognizes by AICTE or any indian govt act , you can do executive MBA from IIMS IIFT or FMS in one year
Answered by2011-10-31 14:43:03Hi Biswabhushan, well said Gomtis Corner . I would like to add that no institute can guarantee you placements as it entirely depends on your skills and capabilities. Even your work experience will add as an asset to your career aspect. It would be advisable if you contact the current students for detailed information regarding placements.
I am even sending you a link of the institute, please go through it.
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Wish you luck!
Dr Mohsin Khan | Guide-Level 132011-10-30 23:41:49Till date there is a good track of placement as we read in the media. But we want you to make sure & not just by reading their advertisement.
Answered by2011-10-31 14:06:11Well, you have enough experience! I don't think you should go for a regular MBA.Better go for an online MBA. Morever, IIPM's MBA is not recognized and its fees is quite high. You can consider other universities for a part time MBA that charges a nominal fee such as Mahatma Gandhi University. With this course you can Be in sync with the latest technologies being used in the management sector for different forms of transactions.
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