I must get a job right after my mba degree, so suggest a college in Delhi which provides assured placements.

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    2011-09-06 18:35:58
    Getting a job after MBA is not a difficult task but the right one that would take your career into the horizon of success needs in-depth analysis and speculation. There are multiple job opportunities after MBA but you need to weed out the thorns meticulously to weave the path of success so that you can leave footmarks for others to follow. Factors for Getting the Right Job After MBAThe OrganizationOrganization's beliefs vs your personal beliefsSize of the OrganizationStart-up or an established organisationPublic vs Private companyNature of the jobJob ProfileLocation of the JobWorking HoursOpportunities offered by employersSalaries and benefi... view more
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    Tabrez Ahmed

    2011-09-05 16:10:48
    St Hopkins College Of Management one of the best Bschools in practical knowledge with a decent Fee Structure and international trips placements from 3rd semester
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-05 13:27:32
    Hello, As a student of MAPS, which is backed by two of the largest educational companies - Educomp, India and Raffles, Singapore; I would recommend it to you. MAPS has 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 Anuj Ahuja, who is from IIM-B and has been a visiting faculty to top business schools in Delhi. And the best thing is that they provide placement assurance to students from various companies, http://www.maps.edu.in/MapsPlacement.aspxIf there is anything else that you would like to know, please log into their official website, http://www.maps.e... view more
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-05 12:33:20
    Delhi University has good reputation amongst the employers in NCR region. I suggest you do MBA through regular mode of education.

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