what will be the salary after doing mba with mpharm

what will be the salary after doing mba with mpharm

0 1.9k Views | Posted 2011-09-15 18:47:49
Asked by fathima

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-15 22:03:53
    Hi Fathima,
    Frankly speaking if you are doing your MBA from a decent B-School like IIMs, MDI, FMS etc. it definitely would give you good returns on investment and will help you getting best of job opportunities but apart from the institute it would largely depend on your own caliber, performance on the programme and how you use the knowledge earned at the time of placement interviews.
    I would like to add here that if you have an M.Pharm degree MBA in Hospital administration or health care would be a good option.
    Hope this will be of help. Feel free to put up more queries In case your query is resolved please close this question by choosin
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-15 18:49:31
    The salary depends a lot on the college one pursues MBA from along with his academic profile, his skills etc. For example, if you do MBA in Pharmaceutical management from NMIMS, you may be earning around 15 lpa. whereas the lowest one could expect from other colleges is around 4 lpa.

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