IFIM, Bangalore aspirants:
I have recieved a very negative feedback regarding the institute, having just talked to a current student telephonically.
For those selected, & yet to pay the first installment of fees for IFIM, please PM me before you make that payment. This concerns your careers, & the high amount of fees to be paid there...
>>> Eastern Institue for Integrated Learning in Management 6, Waterloo Street, 2nd Floor, Calcutta West Bengall
>>> Indian Institute of Management Joka, Diamond Harmour Road, Calcutta West Bengal
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Management colleges in Kolkata
Hello all MAT aspirants !
I don't think you need much introduction for this thread. This is a new season thread for our well known Good MAT B Schools thread.
The basic purpose of this thread is to guide you in choosing the right B-School and giving you required knowledge to know the B-Schools which are in your range. The most important thing is that you have to have the back up B-schools ready for you based on your performance on the exam day before the results.
So, go ahead and plan the institutes to apply to this season and a lot of us on PG are there to help you.
Some points to remember:-
- Any general queries related to MAT shall be taken in the official MAT thread.
- Your posts must be relevant.Try to make each post useful and valuable for others.
- The info you post must be precise and genuine.
- Strictly, comparison of colleges is not allowed here.
- Basic rules:- Rules, Posting Guidelines
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Special Thanks to shashank3012 for his kind support.
All the Best !
with globalization all around and economy moving global day by day... international business shall be having good scope in coming days and it even has today to a decent level.
However, go for it if your interest lies in the field but at the same time, be very specific while selecting colleges for international business.
Seeing your interests, i will suggest you to go for operation management so that you can enhance your knowledge in process control, process improvement like things. These will be useful in pharma company as well as when it comes to instruments industry.
Hope this helps
Ok, Ok, I'll jus translate this into a few practical pointers:
1. You will be having introductory subjects from all streams in your first year, and probably thus will have some idea of each stream before u need to select a stream. U will know what u can extend and apply practically and what u have a tough time even understanding...
2. Based on your prior workex or grad degree, you may have developed a liking/dislike.
2. Maybe your insti. may have some criteria for specialisation, for the hotly contested streams...like its possible that if a particlar stream has more applicants than seats, u r insti. may decide a filter...be aware of these criteria if any, ask u r seniors...
3. If u still feel u r indifferent choosing among streams...then U r insti will be known best for a particual stream, have the best profs, or maybe one stream has the best placements among all streams...to be on a safe side u may want to major in that stream then...
4. In case you have a Major/Minor spec. concept, u would do well to diversify risk and choose a gud minor spec....enquire with seniors that maybe some gud companies may place a preimum on majors spec. as opposed to minors spec....then take a decision...
5. If 1,2,3,4 above dont' work, use a random number generator function and decide...
I am Gagan Pareek ,Web Council Secretary of PGDM 09-11 batch.
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