Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

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Re: Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

#1 Postby ISTTMVINAY457 » Thu Jun 26, 2014 10:23 am

Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective: -

All B-Schools are not effective, but one thing I can say that Most of the B-Schools are really working a lot to give practical knowledge to students. More over colleges can contribute 30% of their effort to give best education to the students but remaining 70% effort is needed from student end. Including IIM’s and ISB’s and most the remaining B-Schools will provide best faculty and environment for students. Students don’t need guarantee for placement, of course they need some skills to get their jobs, even they need to learn what is corporate industry, how to work in corporate industry it’s like practical approach, that will helps a lot to get into industry. Students need different real-time case studies to solve those problems. MBA student need to manage all the things in the company, so they need solve more and more case studies to understand what is corporate. Most of the schools will provide these facilities but at last student need a lot of effort learn all those things.

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Re: Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

#2 Postby ISTTMpooja326 » Fri May 30, 2014 9:06 am

Some of them are effective. But still many colleges are not to that extent in their educational process. But some of the business school really doing good.
They are providing the students practical approach to the solve the problem. Even the institution are providing the faculties to work on the students communication skills and their personality development. They are training on interview skills, group discussion, corporate etiquette, dinning etiquette, dressing etiquette etc.,. All are these things are important to enter the corporate world and some of these colleges are working so good to improve the knowledge and practical approach to behave in a corporate ,organization and in a team.

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Re: Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

#3 Postby Priya16 » Mon May 12, 2014 9:17 am

Well Indian B schools are effective if we talk about good B schools. The education system in India is not properly framed. They aim at giving practical exposure to the students but give only peanuts. Because of which the students when enter into the corporate world find it difficult to adapt and implement their skills, as what they have learnt is different than what people in corporate world expect you to do. Thus, with education also they cannot do anything. There are good B schools like the IIM's, Welingkars,JB etc and many more. These B schools have exceptional standard. Though a B school to be effective depends how the B school wants to run its course and education. They should understand the market needs and then design the course accordingly, which helps in delivering better outputs to the students. The B schools should try to give as much good and proper outputs to the students so that they can implement it successfully when they step in into the corporate world.

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Re: Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

#4 Postby shaikh12911 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 4:37 pm

f we compare the B-Schools in India, then we can find that it has not yet completely developed as compared to world-class B-Schools. Only few schools like IIM's, IIT's, IIFT compete with global exposure. In India people do MBA degree just for gaining artificial reputation. But in abroad, work experience are must require for pursuing MBA. Only after gaining working experience he/she will get to know the real worth of doing MBA. Thus such system should be established in a country like INDIA. No doubt, Indian's can compete to world-class with this kind of system. :roll:

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Indian B-Schools: Are they Effective

#5 Postby shreya » Sat Sep 21, 2013 10:08 am

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/photo/9336923.cmsBusiness schools has a major part in the development of a country that is what proved by our country in the recent years. Our country has good engineers. But the masters in business is very few. Now professionals in technical also doing their masters in business. Which will help the growth of our country and reduce the brain drain.... :!:

If we compare the B-Schools in India, then we can find that it has not yet completely developed as compared to world-class B-Schools. Only few schools like IIM's, IIT's, IIFT compete with global exposure. In India people do MBA degree just for gaining artificial reputation. But in abroad, work experience are must require for pursuing MBA. Only after gaining working experience he/she will get to know the real worth of doing MBA. Thus such system should be established in a country like INDIA. No doubt, Indian's can compete to world-class with this kind of system.

According to me, Judging the student only on the basis of the entrance exam is pointless, I feel business schools do not need maths scholars but they need managers.
The schools should focus more on limited students not 400 students in one batch just to fill their pockets but actually provide knowledge. :x

More than imparting education, Indian b schools are turning towards placement agencies. These are not a platform to deliver knowledge but simply a business place. First of all, Good B-Schools will always have paid seats as a result the faculty is good but the students are least bothered as they have come on the basis of their income and not merit, secondly the lower colleges cannot get top of the line faculty so why should those students suffer?
The way institutes make calls to all students is simply marketing. Instead of imparting proper education,knowledge and different skills required for managers they are simply attracting students by infrastructure and placements....
The education system in these b- schools is not so effective, so less companies comes to recruit students from these colleges. That's why these students have degree but no jobs. And it lead to unemployment. :shock:

If these B School's will keep luring students like this than they are not going to suffer but we are going to face problem & even country will face unemployment problem more and more..
Thus in a nutshell, B-schools in India need to raise their standards to produce efficient and competent world class managers... :roll: :roll:


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