tried to PM you, but your quota is full, so please delete some mails...
Can you tell me placement scenario for Capital Markets. About median salary, companies visiting and profile offered....
Plz do reply
P.S. - For XL i was wrong i guess, and for SPJain I guess I would have built good enough profile 1-2 yrs down the line and mine acads are not that bad, its just that IIM-A awards zero points out of 10 in case you have less than 75%
no offence sachit..
i just got this figure from a senior at NM only..and i doubt its average/ median salary is more than 7 lpa..
I evaluated my chances for better schools than NMIMS after two years. I have no chance at any of the IIM's due to poor acads that i have. The institute with which I would have chance later on are - FMS, SPJAIN, IIFT, MDI and may be ISB at much later stage(If I still had the fire left).(I have ignored JBIMS due to less seat for OMS and XLRI as I an not interested in HR)
My question is - Is NMIMS MBA in Capital Markets good enough, OR would it be worth the wait next year for a full time MBA (core) course from the above mentioned college???
well bad acads will surely follow u everywhere u go..u cant get rid of it..
as per spjain..if u have a gr8 profile then only u'll get a profile call.otherwise the prcntile calls are very less..and acads is strictly taken in2 account at spjain as well...
well..now.as per ur indecision to take a decision at this juncture..i would suggest that if u are interested in working for psu banks..atleast for 2 years..then only u go for the bank job..otherwise capital markets is a decent option..the placements havent been gr8 but satisfactory..around 6-7 lpa i guess..and if u are interstred in hardcore finance and that also capital markets..its a difficult and a dynamic course with decent oppurtunities..if u believe u can crack cat next year..then go for it..
its your take now..:)
talk to a senior at NM-CM...he'll give you a better idea of the scope of the course and the placements- as in what companies visit for CM..and what profile do they offer..
It is not necessary for me to be at campus. Talking to students who are on campus suffices. They concur in the elevated position of the Core course.
The first year of MBA, one might not have a clear idea of a particular field. Based on what one learns in the first year, and on personal understanding, one could decide whether one's interests lie in fin/mkt/hr etc. It is the benefit of choice in the core course.
Calling your own college's students stupid would not be the best policy now, would it?
Right. Talking to 7 people over the phone constitutes "overhearing". Trying to find out what I am in for, for the next 2 years of my life is "irresponsible".
Wow. "A" student has got it? As in, the singular? And the remaining?
Assuredly so. Since you are a current student and know more than me, I close this debate now. You are correct, my doubts are baseless. Here is your right of way:
To all prospective puys for the Cap Mkt course who might be influenced in the slightest by my posts, please disregard my posts in toto and get your doubts clarified by Mr. Sachit.
Last post on this.
Okay. So what part of my post is false?
Do you see me stating anywhere that Cap Mkt students will not get a placement?
Read my last few statements. These are my personal opinions formed by talking to students of NM. As for the commitment to careers, that was actually what I was talking about in the post, commitment to finance.
So, would a student of Cap M get a management position in a non-financial capacity?
Yes, please go ahead. Erudite to the last.
Placements: My friend at NM says one will definitely get placed, acc to him the pkg is 6-7 lpa currently. I am sure the faculty at NM will be good.
Course is worth doing IF you can get into the financial complexities like shares & stuff. This is not a regular MBA. I do not think there will be many avenues to change careers.
Whoops sorry for double post.
I talked to about 6-7 people who are either current or ex-students of NM.
They are all very clear on this:
The MBA (Capital Markets) is a very specific course. On course completion one will get a placement in the specific line of work, which will be in hardcore finance. If you are interested in finance/stocks&shares;/trading etc then this would be a good course.
1) At placement time the MBA Core students get preference, the Core being the flagship of NM.
2) You cannot change specialization. For e.g. in MBA Core you would study general mba stuff for 1st year and then depending on your interest, take up Fin/mkt/HR etc as specialization. In Capital Markets that choice is locked.
Then some people tell me the course is suitable for those with prior work ex in the financial industry, those who understand this stuff a fair bit already will be at an advantage.
Go to the NMIMS website and find the list of current students at this course, it is in some placement pdf. See their profiles, quite a few BCom's and people who have already worked in financial cos.
I am not trying to dissuade anyone from doing this course. But I have taken a long, hard look at the course and have decided that I would not like a job in hardcore finance. Hence I will (most possibly) not join.
Also, those who feel my information deviates from the truth or their personal opinion, well, my information sample size was small. But it is conclusive enough for me.
Hope this helps someone.
Rahul Sood SaysHi guys...I've been selected 4 d Cap Markts programme of NMIMS-Mumbai...I am very keen to work in the finance sector,but i wanna knw hw gud will be d learning in dis course nd besides IIM's which r d better options available in India 4 making a career in Finance sector?nd hw much better will be d prospects of dropping dis yr nd taking admission into regular MBA programmes in clgs lyk MDI/XLRI/XIMB..or getting ito d CCAP course offered by CRISIL...seniors plz help!!!
Correction : its 4-seater, and yes the rooms are non-ac..
Total expenditure you can expect at NMIMS (both years included):
Tuition = 8L
Hostel = 2L
Laptop = 50K (approx, depends on the brand, config etc.)
Food = 3.5K - 5K monthly (again, depends on one's choice)
Misc (Phone etc) = 1.5K - 3K monthly
Total = 12L - 14L