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Importance of Post Graduation.BY: Muhammed Haris | Category: Education | Post Date: 2009-07-04
Post graduation is the dream of most of the young people. But by the time they finish their graduation, they happen to join for a job for one or the other reason. So obviously their search is for a correspondence or part time PG courses. MBA is on high demand amongst all the PG courses, for it is a mostly asked for at corporate world and it is the one helps to climb the corporate ladder. Syllabus on the leadership qualities and corporate etiquette makes MBA to stand on the top of the choice. When MBA is the choice of most of the young graduates, obviously the universities and colleges are on the competition of bringing MBAs to on force.
There are hundreds of universities and institutions in the market offering and advertising their management courses. Along with the MBA, Executive MBAs, PGDBA are also on demand for offering short term management courses. When somebody thinks of full time MBA, IIM, IIPM etc institutions are branded on top. But when it comes to correspondence MBA, there are hundreds of names. There are many factor, students look for. The cost of it, the classes being offered, exam pattern etc. But the important factors like the authentication and recognition of the universities, the affiliation the institutions, course content, certifications, Industry preference, possibility of fraud etc factors are being ignored. But in fact, those are the important factors to be considered.
Even in MBA, there come many specializations which direct the pursuers towards different aspects of corporate segments. Choosing the right specialization and right combinations plays main role in the career of the pursuers. If a person has the graduations in business field like B.com, BBM or BBA, then the finance specialization would be the subject which could open up bring path to the career on finance. Specialization on marketing and HR requires one to possess good analytical and communication skills. Person with good technical know how could go for IT specialization.
But when he or she comes out of the institution, the authentication of the certification and way he or she has equipped himself\herself plays as a main influencing factor to grab the opportunities in the job market. So the students should concentrate on making themselves well equipped with these qualities.
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About Author / Additional Info: Hi I am Muhammed Haris, working for Hinduja (Formelry HTMT) Global Solutions,Bangalore,INDIA. You may reach me at email@example.com or at +919739094168
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