MBA ( Master of Business Administration) is a two-year professional degree, which student can pursue after completion of graduation.

The eligibility for pursuing an MBA is having a bachelor degree.

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It is a very popular course among the youth and are in demand. Companies are looking for a professional manager for their company. This is because of the rising competition in the market and globalization.


Minimum eligibility for pursuing an MBA is having a bachelor degree through 10+2+3.

Subject to qualification CAT or XAT or MAT or CMAT or NMAT and interview.

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Top Entrance Test






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Traditional Specialization




Human Resource

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Emergent Specialization


Supply chain


Fashion and luxury brand management

Agri-business management


First year syllabus is common for all specialization,which includes

Legal Law

Indian Business management

Marketing management

Finance management

Operation management

HR management

International business

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 In the second year, the syllabus is according to their specialization.

In the fourth semester, there is a research project which is for all specialization.

Scope and Salary

MBA has a wider scope. Due to globalization and competition in the market, companies are looking for professional managers., Who has a professional degree like an MBA.

Students have packages of Rs 10 -14 lakhs for the students who completed their MBA degree from Top IIM’s.

Students have a package of Rs 5-6 lakh who completed their MBA from Local colleges.

Salary also depends on the job position offered by the company to the student.

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Top Colleges

IIM Ahmedabad

IIM Bangalore

XLRI Jamshedpur

IIFT New Delhi

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