My experience at Faculty of Management Studies,

Manav Rachna International University.

Every year around thousands of MBA aspirants apply to different colleges across the country to fulfill their dreams.  It mostly proves to be the most daunting, anxiety-inducing experience many of them ever had especially for students like me. The fact that most colleges today are more selective than they were a decade ago has filled the college-admissions process with a sense of risk and scarcity—and that in turn has driven a steady increase in the number of schools to which seniors typically apply. Instead of bricks and mortar one is buying something that is intangible and yet, seemingly at least, life-determining: among some parents mine have a strong belief that failure to attend a name brand school will cut their children off from a bright future.

In all this hassle and anxious environment came a college, which actually has all the necessary qualities one college, could have i.e. FMS of MRIU. MRIU has everything I have only imagined in my dreams.

It has best faculty group having years of experience, and has extensive exposure to the corporate world, which they use to mould an average graduate like me to an employable MBA candidate.

FMS have the best academic environment, where priority has been given to nurture the inner qualities of the students, so that he could have both strong academic knowledge and personality.

FMS offers a variety of streams only few colleges could able to offer. Master in Health Care Management, Master in Education System, Master in Retail management, Master in real estate management are some of the few which could be named along with the traditional streams (marketing, finance, HR). They have collaboration with IBM, Fortis, NDTV, KPMG to deliver the best experience and knowledge of outside world to the students, which actually helped me to see the whole world in totally new perspective.

Placement offers are best of its kind, different MNC regularly visits the campus and these placement activities are common for FMS.

In short FMS is just like a family where the young ones are kept with all love and groomed in such a way that they could face the current challenges of corporate world with zeal and enthusiasm, which will not diminish in late stage of life too.

Prateek Kumar – MBA II

Faculty of Management Studies, Manav Rachna International University.

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