MBA is an emerging field for today’s professional scenarios. A candidate must choose their college wisely, a college plays a crucial role in building your skills and performances for the upcoming professional life. Here are some deemed government and private institutions in the northern region of the county. These colleges accept the entrance test conducted for the business management course nationwide.
•Department of Management Studies, IIT (Delhi)
DMS IIT is the school of management education and research at the Indian Institute Of Technology. These top-level institutes offer 2 years of full-time courses on management. It provides the best programs for the management arena in the context of everything a student needs, whether in terms of academics, discipline, theory knowledge, practical practices, or creativity.
Admissions are done on the basis of CAT scores followed by group discussions and personal interviews.
•IIM ( Lucknow)
IIM Lucknow is recognized as an Institution of excellence, following the motto of “better management towards the better nation”. It also has a second campus in Noida. The campus is flourished with all kinds of facilities: libraries, canteens, optical fibers, internet, etc. Academically, the Institute trains their students both theoretically and professionally, it also gives them a chance to exchange programs and spend 3 months internationally abroad to enhance their skills on the basis of their merit performances.
Candidates can apply for the admission procedure by giving their CAT and GMAT scorecards, both are accepted by the institution. The final procedure will include WTA and PI.
•Management Development Institute, Gurugram
Gurugram is known as the corporate city of the country. The institution offers all types of management courses with various executive and research programs. It has the largest exchange programs; one of every five students is selected and enrolled for the opportunity to learn internationally. It has its partner’s institution in more than 33 countries.
For national applicants, a CAT scorecard is mandatory and for the overseas applicant, a GMAT scorecard is mandatory.
•Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi
IIFT is a global school that offers management courses with international training experiences. They have foreign exchange programs for the students to learn globally.
The admission process is a 4-way step: an entrance exam conducted by NTA, GD, WTA, and PI.
IMI is a private institution established almost 4 decades ago, following the motto of “shaping global leaders for tomorrow” is affiliated to AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education), AMBA (Associations of MBAs), NBA( National Board of Accreditation). It offers several diplomas, degrees,s and postgraduate courses in management. It is also a member of the South Asian network of economic research and institutes and a global development network.
Candidates can use their CAT scorecard and marks of their previous course for the admissions as candidates are evaluated on the basis of their academic performances and may go through interviews for the shortlists.
•IMS,BHU (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi)
Institute of management studies, Banaras Hindu University: BHU, a deemed institution established a century ago, follows the motto of “knowledge imparts immortality”. They are in charge of the future young generation; they provide the supreme academic facilities. They know how to impart the skills of this young generation and give numerous opportunities to move ahead in the professional system of management.
Admissions in BHU are based on the entrance exams like CAT, BHU PET/UET, previous degree marks are considered followed by group discussions and interviews.
•Faculty of management studies (FMS)
Its parent university is Delhi University (DU), It offers a full-time MBA in the various specialized cores, an executive MBA in health care. It conducts both academic and cultural programs every session so that a person can grow overall. The faculties improvise on the stability of knowledge and its practical implementation. It is one of the rare institutions which conduct management fiestas for their students to learn and grow simultaneously.
Admissions are 60% based on CAT scores and remaining on the merit of extempore, group discussion, PI rounds as well as post degree’s percentage.
•Institute of management and technology (IMT), Ghaziabad
It is a private institution of business studies, approved by AICTE. It offers courses on executive programs, diplomas, graduation, and post-graduation. It offers both full-time on-campus courses and distance learning. Residential blocks of the college are well facilitated with everything a student needs: sports, gym, eating arena, libraries
CAT scorecard is applicable for the admission procedure.
The institution is established by the government ministry. The institution has an aim to produce well-organized and active managers for the country. It also offers 5 year integrated management programs with all other undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Research work is considered with many interactive seminars and cultural festivals.
It is one of the best institutions offering PGDM courses across the country. They want to familiarise their students with the value of insights, e-commerce, data, etc. They want their students to be wise managers who know how to implement their theoretical knowledge into practice.
For the admissions; the merit of the competitive exam score, academics, work experience, and PI is considered.
•Punjab University, Chandigarh
It is a central and state government-funded university. Academics: faculties are highly qualified and specialized, the campus is flourished with all the residential requirements and libraries with the best collection of commerce, economics, and management books along with e-books.
MET/CAT/MCAT is the entrance test considered for admissions in MBA.
All these above-mentioned universities/colleges have the best campus placement drives all over the country as well as internationally. Students are fed with the opportunities to work with MNCs or be entrepreneurs.
By Mithila Rathod
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