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Hi!
I am Pooja. I am working in a consultancy for more than 1 year. I am having a very good experience into recruitment. Now I don't want to work in a consultancy but for joining a company I must have any degree / diploma in HR. I have completed my One year diploma in HRM from IMT Ghaziabad. Now I want to do MBA and I want help regarding that. From where I should do my MBA, continuing my job. My location is Gurgaon.
Kindly Help me.

From India, Calcutta
Hi Pooja..
To pursue MBA along with your Job.. you must look for Institutes providing distance learning MBA program.. or Institutes providing MBA programs specialised for working professionals..
For distance learning you may go ahead with Symbiosis Inst of Management, Pune.. for more details click on link http://www.scdl.net..
For 2nd types of Institutes not having more ideas..
Regards,
Amit Seth.

From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Pooja,

I presume that you want to do a full time MBA course.

I would suggest that for good solid Business School education, you should not settle for less. This will give the right direction to the whole career that is ahead of you.

Also, it is strongly recommended that you join a residential MBA program with hostel facility. One tends to learn so much more with fellow hostellers.

Also, MBA education should be pursued with single minded dedication and for the next two years; no other distractions please.

Choose an Institute which has people from the industry as Faculty. Theoretical Ph.Ds won't do. MBA is a practitioners' degree. It should be taught by people who have worked in the Corporate sector, or some Industry or who have done their own business. It is my experience that the faculty (whether PhD or not), who have never served in the corporate world, nor in the industry, nor have done any business somehow does not qualify to teach MBA students. In fact, they have no business at all to poke their nose in so far as business school education is concerned.

Once you take admission, you will hear plenty about CASE STUDY method. This is another big fraud perpetuated by educationists to keep their fangs firmly entrenched in MBA education also. The case study method was good (it was started by Harvard in 1921) until sixties or seventies. According to me it is obsolete now. In the name of research, the educationists have made a mess of MBA education.

One more point.To all those who seek my advice, I always recommend that some working experience is essential to grasp the subjects deeply with clarity on how to apply the concepts in real corporate world. You have an advantage that you have some experience.

In Google if you type "Business Schools, India" or some variation to this effect, you will get all the relevant info. Choose your Institute carefully according to your personal circumstances.

Regards

Sunil Chandra

www.piiconsultants.com

From India, Gurgaon
Hi Pooja,
Try and locate colleges in your area offering part time university MBA courses. I personally feel, it is better to attend part time college while continuing your job instead of doing correspondence course. This way u get to interact with people and share ideas too.
Regards
Heero


Hi,
You can go for ICFAI University MBA Program.
Check the attachment for details. You will have lot of options available with you when you join ICFAI.

Thanks & Regards,
Gaurav Sahu,
Career Counselor,
ICFAI University.

09229252852
First step to achieve perfection is to take the right decision.

From India, Madras

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HI!Many would be interested in distance learning mba.I came across a college in Bangalore,named BMA India.The college has tie-ups with many major overseas universities like Nanyang University (Singapore),EDU (Australia),etc.I also heard that,they also have very good campus infrastructure and a great faculty team.

distance learning mba

From India, Bangalore
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