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MBA specializations are available in areas as wide and varied as the career ambitions of the students they target. 

Depending on the business school, you might also see specializations referred to as concentrations or as tracks that can be taken, through elective course offerings, within the confines of a traditional MBA program. 

How will a #6packMBA help you gain a specialized MBA degree?

#6packMBA by TimesPro in association with 6 top institutions is an unique MBA program that merges the best of campus life & corporate world. With:

1st year: Project Driven Intensive Curriculum

2nd year: Full-Time Industry Placement

Wondering what the future holds for you after a #6packMBA?

With a #6packMBA, you could work in banking and non-banking sectors. You can work anywhere in the corporate world. Every industry has a need for financial expert for maintaining the balance of capital.

The students will be exposed to a world of job opportunities in government and the private sector. 

You can play the role of following positions in an industry: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Corporate Banking, Credit Risk Management, Derivatives Structuring,Hedge Fund Management, Private Equity, Treasury.

After pursuing this course, you can find job placements in various areas such as Financial Institutions, Banks, Financial Consultancies, Colleges & Universities and various government and private firms & companies.


The top recruiters for #6packMBA are among the following: Standard Chartered Securities, Tata Capital, Deloitte Tax Services India Pvt. Ltd., Janalakshmi Financial Services, Ernst & Young Global Ltd., Bajaj Capital, City Union Bank, HDB Financial Services Ltd.

  On the night of 8th November the Government banned the notes of RS 500 and RS 1000 in its effort to fight black money and immediately after the announcements people were forced to deposit their old high-value notes with banks over November and December last year and the Central bank at the same time released the new currency very slowly. 

The conversion of cash and currency into deposits spurred the growth immediately and gave the banks the required elixir in all forms. It resulted in a rise of deposit growth at the time when banks had reduced interest rates on term deposits. Deposits rose 13.9% or 12.7 lakh crores to 105 lakh crore against a 10% rise last year, according to data released by the RBI. 

Here comes the immediate impact. This surplus created a huge liquidity in the banking system and did immediately lowered the borrowing cost and increased the access to credit which in the longer term will result in boosting all kinds of economic activities. Now banks have the required money for credit creation and at the same time, the economy has a demand for the same. 

The second major event took place more recently when the Union Budget 2017 was announced on the 1st February. Everyone has welcomed the thrust of the Budget 2017-18 on the rural economy, affordable housing, proposal to increase the allowable provision for non-performing assets, capping the cash transition limit to 3 lakh, reduction in minimum cash donation to political parties to RS 2,000, and the idea of electoral bonds were some of the decisions in the surprise list. The capping of cash transactions will help the banks reduce cash intensity. 

This, in turn, will help them in freeing up their manpower at all the branches for undertaking more value-added services for customers. The thrust on the digital transactions was on expected lines. This will help banks expand their digital roadmaps as well as to meet the additional 10 lakh new POS terminals target by March 2017. 

Affordable housing, focus on the rural education sector, rural infrastructure, the increase in capital spending and with a thrust on the spiralling domestic consumption will definitely boost the overall growth. The pledge on digital transactions will increase the size of the formal economy and also make the payment systems more convenient and efficient. 

Again for the banking sector, the recapitalisation to the tune of RS 10,000 crore for public sector banks, in the lines of Indradhanush scheme, is a positive and would provide them some additional resources for lending to aid growth. The compulsions of digitalization in several segments at one go would result in the ease of doing business, improved banking experience and reduced transaction costs. The entire Banking sector in India is poised for huge reforms and restructuring in the near future. 

If Demonetization did pave the way, the Union Budget has definitely set up the pace, and with strong leadership at the centre, we are going to witness the greatest ever growth story for the sector starting from 2017.    


Why Jain University? #6packMBA

Jain University is a cerebral destination that draws inspired students from more than 25 countries to one of the world’s greatest cities – Bengaluru. 

The education empowers individuals to challenge conventional thinking in pursuit of original ideas. It’s a place for highly ambitious students and professionals who want to excel in career and become hard-core experts in the area of their interest.

•  Ranked No. 1 among the top private universities in South India and No. 2 among the top 9 private universities in India (source: India Today Nielson Best Universities Survey, June 2013)

•  Awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 certification by TÜV Rheinland

•  Member of the Association of Indian Universities as well as Member of Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP)


Why SRM University? #6packMBA

The philosophy of the university expresses that education is all about creating an environment of academic freedom, where bright minds meet, discover and learn. One would experience top of the world living and learning experience at SRM, with three campuses in the city of Chennai and one in Delhi NCR.

• Ranked as India’s No. 1 by The Times of India 2014 and India Today 2013

• Accredited by NAAC with highest ‘A’ grade

• Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Department of Higher Education, Government of India, has placed SRM University in the highest Category 'A’


To learn from the best #6packMBA , here’s what you need : 

• Minimum 50 percentile* or 50%* in CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT/ATMA/MH CET/TAP Test

• Minimum 50% in 10th, 12th and Graduation (Students in Final Year of graduation can apply)

• Graduation from Indian Universities only

• No gaps in education (However, 1 year gap between Class XII and Graduation is acceptable)

• Must be from a regular/full time mode of graduation

• Age less than or up to 25 years on 1st August 2017


Why K L University? #6packMBA

 K L University believes in imparting quality higher education and in undertaking research and extension with emphasis on application and innovation, which cater to the emerging societal needs through all-round development of students of all sections, enabling them to be globally competitive and socially responsible citizens with intrinsic values.

 · 'A' grade accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of India 

· KLU Ranked Top 7 in India –SiliconIndia Survey 2016 

· KLU was adjudged the Best Private University in South India by Brands Academy for Excellence in Education, 2015 

· K L University has been awarded with WCRC Leaders Excellence Award for the year 2012-2013 among Asia's 100 Best and Fastest Growing Private Education Institutes 

· KLU Business School (KLUBS) was ranked top 10 among premier, non-IIM B-schools in India by the Dainik Bhaskar, the largest Hindi daily in India, 2014   


Curious about our selection process ? #6packMBA

Start your path to success : 

 · Eligible Applicants with valid CAT/XAT/ MAT/CMAT/ATMA/MH CET score* (minimum 50 percentile) or valid TAP test score (minimum 50%) will be directly considered for the Personal Interview round. ** TAP Test (Times Aptitude & Psychometric Test) conducted by NSEiT 

· All eligible candidates will be automatically registered for 1 attempt of TAP test while they fill out & submit Timespro MBA/MMS/PGDM Application Form (Online or Physical copy).


· Candidates with less than 50 percentile/50%* in above mentioned Tests test shall appear in the TAP Test.


· Personal Interview (PI) round can be conducted only after the submission of Entrance Test Score / TAP Test score.


· Candidates will be Selected, Waitlisted or Rejected on the basis of his/her performance* in the Personal Interview Round. 

· Rolling Admission Process will be followed. 

· A selected candidate will be given 7 calendar days’ time from the date of issue of offer, to send acceptance to the offer and 15 calendar days’ time from the date of acceptance of offer to pay the token amount.If the selected candidate fails to pay the token money on the due date post accepting the offer, the waitlisted candidate may be considered for selection.  


 The MMS (Banking & Financial Services) program offered by Jain University, Bangalore in collaboration with TimesPro recently achieved 100% success on placements of its batch of AY 2015-2017

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From successful entrepreneurs to strategists, from researchers to seasoned practitioners with extensive real-world experience, our faculty consists of an incredible set of passionate educators.

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 The program incorporates preparation for industry certifications that help students gain an added advantage and a competitive edge in today’s business environment.
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 Capstone courses enhance the knowledge and understanding of solid business fundamentals and develop advanced analytical skill-sets through doing and practice. 

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WhiCH specialization is an MBA is Best according to today's market scenerio. Can any one suggest me the good MBA course. I am bit confused in This regard