MBA Entrance Exams in India-MBA or Master of Business Administration have been one of the most popular post-graduate courses in India and abroad. The MBA programme has not lost its sheen since its beginning, the MBA programme has embraced the changes in the market and developed the programme accordingly.
There are many institutes which offer this course. But it is advisable for the students before selecting the institute it should thoroughly check its infrastructure and placement over the last 2 years.
The integrated MBA course has come into vogue for the past few years. IIM is also not behind this they are also offering an Integrated MBA.
The specialization in MBA has expanded according to the changing market dynamics and you have special new categories emerged in the past. We are providing some of the specializations here too.
The MBA from premier institutes has been the choice of engineering students in the past few years.
IITs are not behind in this race as they are also offering MBA courses. Above all, they have an excellent past record of placing the students. Entry to IIT MBA is through CAT and their special interview round.
For getting admission to the MBA programme you have to appear in the entrance test.. The entrance test is followed by a personality assessment test round (Group Discussion or GD, Written Ability Test or WAT and Personal Interview or PI).
To be eligible for appearing in entrance tests, students should have more than 50 per cent in their undergraduate degree from any stream in order to pursue an MBA course. The most popular MBA entrance exams are CAT, GMAT, and XAT among others.
IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow, FMS Delhi, XLRI and ISB, MDI Gurgaon, and IMT, are some of the top MBA colleges in India which take admission via these exams followed by individual GD-PI rounds.
The MBA fee ranges between INR 10-25 lakh depending on college to college, however, there are certain very popular top colleges where the course fee is much lower than INR 10 lakh like FMS Delhi, and JBIMS Mumbai among others
Why pursue MBA?
· Career Opportunities
· Better packages
· Developing Industry Network
· Develop Management Skills
· Develop Leadership Qualities
· Global Exposure of Business and Economy
· Entrepreneurial Skill Development
Types of MBA courses
5 year-Integrated MBA
Who can pursue MBA?
· You should have a graduation degree in any discipline or equivalent from a recognized university
· Percentage- You have 50 per cent in average or equivalent
· For reserved category, the minimum percentage is 45 in aggregate
· Appearing Candidate- Students in their final-year graduation can also apply for MBA, they have to present the proof of completion of their Graduation degree within the duration specified by the institute
· Professionals with CA/CS/ICWAI and other degrees can also pursue MBA
MBA Entrance Tests
CAT, MAT, XAT, CMAT, GMAT, IIFT Entrance Exams
State-level entrance test
CUSAT (Cochin University)
IMS BHU MBA
MP VYAPAM MET
Colleges and Universities
IIMs, FMS, IITs, Kellogg School of Business, Symbiosis, XLRI, MDI, National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai, S. P. Jain Institute of Management & Research
Placement- The placement of these institutes has been excellent, one can check the placement of these institutes by clicking on the link provided below-:
Human Resource Management
Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Big Data Analytics/ Data Science/ Business Analytics
Banking & Financial Services
Insurance Business Management
Family Managed Business
Dual Country Program