My friend who is doing her mba from Educomp's MAPS was saying they give placement assurance to the students. Is that true?

0 99 Views | Posted 2011-09-05 12:34:51

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    Astha Aggarwal

    2011-09-05 13:22:15
    Yes, it is quite true. 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,
    Just to let you know, I am myself a current student at MAPS and have had a very enriching experience so far. So, if there is anything else that you would like to know, please don't hesitate to ask.
    Astha Aggarwal.
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    arun dev | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-05 13:03:55
    Most of MBA institutes give placement assurance for promising students, dey ll guide u for better job by campus placements and institutes hav tied up wit companies 4 placement. but remember job is only 4 eligible candidate, if u worth 4 da job u ll get if not den NO.
    And do remember, NO INSTITUTE CAN GIVE U 100% GUARANTEE 4 placement.
    Thank you.

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