All of u NCFM enthusiasts, feel free to post ur queries.. I hv cleared 12 of the 14 modules, and could be of help..
Broadly, if u are an absolute lay(wo)man, Beginners' Module is recommended to begin with.. otherwise Securities Mkt Basic Module can be treated as the launchpad, which would give fair idea of many other modules too.. and then u can think which one to go for suiting ur career/academic interest..
achiles49 SaysAll kolkata FRM aspirant plz PM me to form a group
Chill dost....maybe due to sum miscommunication or misunderstanding, lets not loose the tempo of this effort. I totally understand ur confusion...as I have spentr good time in the period u r goin thru
Mate, I will try to explain once more what exactly is the advice.-
1) ISBM Pune is a decent enough college for Marketing and Operations (Definitely not FINANCE). It has many companies visiting its campus and with almost equal packages and profiles for similar profile b-schools frm Pune.
2) ISBM Kolkatta is gud for advertising and Mktg.
3) ISBM DElhi---no idea
My colleague frm ISBM Pune 2006 batch of operations n SCM has advised to go ONLY for ISBM PUne and NOT for ISBM Kolkatta n DElhi campus....his premises of this decision mkin is based on his 2 year stint wid ISBM Pune. So the advice does count.
My personal advise was that since u are very young (as I can see frm ur profile)...u can always try another shot to CAT for da IIMs and other affiliated schools, to SNAP for the better institutes in Symbiosis, to CET for the Top 5.....I mean it wud just mean a span of 12 months for a better life right.:)
Thats it. No further comments..All the best dude....
Well Come.. congrates as nw u b'cm Trainee Pagal... well.. I think MBA is enough to give u d learning.. i just give u a small eg. once got call of Ankit(frend@ISBM Del) at 12:30 in d night, i asked him, wht u doing.? as u'r sounding so fresh this time, he replied "P.K. is in d city, i'v presentation after 1 hr, preparing 4tht" i was shocked and asked wht'z ur class timing.? he said 1-3 as P.K. is going back tom. morning..
This is d life of MBAs.. I think in ds kinda atmosphare: 8hrs. classes, aulternate day presentation, trimester exams after every 3-4 months.. u can learn by each'n every moment, Don't worry about the oppotunities, u'll get lots'n lots of opportunities of learning over there.. u can do reading in d idle time that'll increase ur knoweledge... so work hard... All The Very Best...
ISBM Bangalore.. so.. here it goes..
1. Infra is okeis type...
2. well.. deciding worth is upto you...
3. Profs are very-very kind, last year they used to give a telephone call to d students and say. plzzz attend the lacture. they used to call then for saying.. "Today there are only 10-15 students in d college so we'r suspending d classes, if u can collect 20+ students then it's ok otherwise don't bother, take rest @ home or hang out vd friends"
AICTE cannot be the only parameter to form your opinions about the college...one shud take a decision based on other parameters as well...all the colleges r fighting and formulating policies to tackle the problem...all the XYZ colleges r AICTE approved so one cannot just take admissio into them...even the greatest of the institutes like the IIM's, XLRI,ISB hyderabad,SP JAIN r not AICTE approved so will u withdraw from taking an admission to these institutes if given a chance
In any case many excellent institutes including the likes of IIM Lucknow and IIM Indore initially operated from cramped, rented premises. In time, they built full-fledged campuses.
ISB hyderabad and Great Lakes have shown that one can operate institutes of merit with visiting faculty of high calibre and little permanent teaching staff. Many other decent management institutes are also operating primarily on a 'visiting faculty' basis.
In the end, the free market appears to be the only real regulator. Word of mouth is what makes or breaks the reputation of a bschool or tschool. Not the word of AICTE.
Let Truth Prevail !!!!!