Who Can Do MBA from Indian Colleges and Enviornment

Atleast a 3 year bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline recognised by any Indian University / AICTE as eligible for post-graduate studies. Students in final year of graduation can also apply. Such candidates, if selected, will be allowed provisional admission with the condition that the mark sheet and a certificate of passing is produced by certain specified date.

Indian B-Schools have come a long way to become the source of some of the best management talent in the world. The IIM graduates get placed on par with graduates hailing from the best schools in the world.

Entry route to the best Colleges in India

The Common Admission Test (CAT) is the entry route to the best B-schools in India. Other exams include the Common Entrance Test (CET) for entry into management institutes in Maharashtra. However the selection process across most of the institutes is essentially same, comprising of the following.

The Aptitute Test

Evaluates the candidate on

  • Managerial ability in subtle manner
  • Decision making capability under constraints of time and data
  • Ability to eliminate unwanted choices

Personality Assessment comprising of:

Group Discussion (GD)

  • Communication – Clarity and Presentation (Articulation)
  • Listening skills
  • Quality of Content (Knowledge)
  • Team membership (Interpersonal Skills)
  • Ability to influence (Leadership)

Personal Interview

Evaluates the candidate on

  • Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Career Objectives
  • Academic Performance
  • Communication skills
  • Areas of interest
  • Achievements

Final selection to any business school is based on criteria such as the candidate’s performance in Aptitude test, GD, Interview, Academic performance and Work experience.