I want to do an mba from a college in Delhi which preferably has a learning based approach. Please guide.

0 59 Views | Posted 2011-09-05 12:18:22
Asked by Rajneesh K

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    2011-09-06 18:42:32
    If you want to do MBA from Delhi which preferably has a learning based approach then i'll guide you to choose FOSTIIMA Business School set up by IIM Alumni having 30 to 34 yr. exp. in n their respective fields and are Ex CEOs who focus on Experiential learning .
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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-05 13:35:58
    As a student of MAPS, which is backed by two of the largest educational companies - Educomp, India and Raffles, Singapore, I would suggest you try for it as the best thing about this institute is is that they focus more on learning rather then cramming, which is why practical and hands on learning, industry training, entrepreneurship development sessions form an integral part of the academics here. And it is only because of their curriculum that I was able to get a very good summer placements with Videocon and now forward to an ever better final placement.
    I hope this helps.
    Astha Aggarwal.
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-05 12:22:09
    While in Delhi. the Delhi University is a good option. I suggest that if time & circumstances permit then do MBA through regular course.

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