kamranjkhan

@kamranjkhan

Which course at TISS is equivalent to PGDM/MBA? I am not looking at MA in HR. Are there other specializations, like Marketing, Finance or others?
  • @kamranjkhan \- Only the HR course is similar to an MBA d.... 29 Oct '13.
doubtingThomas
Ashish Maharaj @doubtingThomas 252
@kamranjkhan - Only the HR course is similar to an MBA degree... TISS does not offer other specializations like Marketing,Finance etc. ....However its HR course is one of the best in the country..
Where can I get some practice questions on numeric grids?
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Kamran Khan @kamranjkhan
The eligibility criteria for MBA is "Full Time Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3/4) in any discipline from a UGC recognized University with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate in first attempt." I am not sure what is meant by "in first attempt". I had a few backlogs during my graduation, which I cle...
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Kamran Khan @kamranjkhan
I got admitted in NMIMS BM in 2012 but I withdrew my admission at the very last moment. Have they changed the eligibility criteria or something? Thanks!
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Kamran Khan @kamranjkhan
The eligibility criteria for MBA is "Full Time Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3/4) in any discipline from a UGC recognized University with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate in first attempt." I am not sure what is meant by "in first attempt". I had a few backlogs during my graduation, which I cle...
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Kamran Khan @kamranjkhan
Calm down @vishal_anand007

@NMIMS2014 and @NMIMS_HR : I cleared my degree within the stipulated 4 years, but I did not clear 2 of my backlogs. My university rules allow students to not clear up to 4 subjects. In other words, out of a total credits of 214, a student needs to earn 200 credits to complete his/her degree. I earned 207 credits.

The eligibility criteria for MBA is "Full Time Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3/4) in any discipline from a UGC recognized University with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate in first attempt."


I am not sure what is meant by "in first attempt". I had a few backlogs during my graduation, which I cleared later on, and I completed my graduation within the stipulated time. Am I eligible?

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  • like in jntu university 51 subjects r there but rule is m.... 18 Jul '13.
  • time matters that is u shud clear ur btech in 4 years not.... 18 Jul '13.
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NMIMS2014
NMAT 2014 @NMIMS2014 15
It means that you have to complete your degree 'within' the stipulated duration only
vishal_anand007
@vishal_anand007 139
Dude it is directly related to time means u hav to clear in certain time for ba in 3 yrs btech in 4 yrs like that it hardly corelates with backlogs as i said every univ in india has its own sets of rule One more thing i hav to say may be u clear the narsee monjee xam nd got admission but dude change ur atitude nd try to understand easy things BCUZ NO INSTITUE CAN TEACH U WAT IS COMMON SENSE ND HOW TO THINK management clg can teach u lessons on management maths finance marketing english skills but no one teach u how to think innovative nd how to think how to generate idea these all r the biggest difference between dhirubhai ambani nd those who r now a iim graudates thats y after learning so many skills they work for few lakh salary nd other bcom leader of them
vishal_anand007
@vishal_anand007 139
like in jntu university 51 subjects r there but rule is marks of ur 50 subjects r taken by university to declare ur result any one subject marks will not be added so if u hav 80% marks nd hav one backlog still u decleared pass with distinction nd u got result on same date as rest who passed all 51 subject nd U CAN FILL ANY UNIV FORM EVEN HAVARD
vishal_anand007
@vishal_anand007 139
time matters that is u shud clear ur btech in 4 years not in 4nd half yrs or five yrs thats it backlog does not matterat alll
I scored 75.94 in CAT 2012. I was waiting for the results before applying for PGPM. Should I go ahead or will it be a waste of money? Is there any chance of getting a call at that score?
Being an experienced candidate, did you have any advantage during placements, in terms of profile, package and being preferred by companies?
One question still remains unanswered. How difficult/easy would it be for me to land a non-IT profile? I have a feeling that after 3+ years in IT, I will never escape from its clutches. Anyways, CAT result is just round the corner. It would be a case of much ado about nothing if I bomb it.
I definitely want a career switch, want to move far away from IT. I do have to make a call if it is worth the investment. IMI may not be considered an elite B-School, but it is no doubt a good one. The only thing that bothers me is the financial aspects. Leave your job, pay the fees (~12L), lose your salary of 2 years, and then finally get placed (if you're lucky enough), with a package which will be almost similar to what I earn at the moment. It is a genuine dilemma.
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Hi, an off-topic query. Would you recommend IMI to a candidate with 3+ years of work-ex in IT, working abroad? I'd appreciate if people from the current batch could share their opinions. Cheers!