Sunday, September 13, 2009

Doing Mba In Top Collages After Engineering

right now i am doing engg i would like to do mba in top colleges please tell me the way to prepare for the exams like CAT
Asked by Rakhee on 12 November 2008 at 6:15 PM.
Answered by Career Expert
Top Management Institutes in India:

* Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM A) - A top-notch B-School in Asia, IIM A provides you with Doctoral Programs, programs equivalent to MBA, and courses for the Executive and those for the teachers.

* Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta (IIM C) - You can acquire Post Graduate Diploma in Management, Computer Aided Management or Management for Visionary Leaders for Manufacturing at this institute in Kolkata. Besides the Doctoral program, it also offers part-time programs for the Executives.

* Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM B) - There are Open programs, Customized programs as well as International programs for Management professional. You can study a post graduate program in Management, Software Enterprise Management or Public Policy and Management here.
* Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM L) - This Management institute offers Post Graduate Program for both Management students and working professionals.
* Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur- XLRI provides you with the scope to pursue a PG diploma in Business administration or Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. It also offers Fellow Program, Satellite Programs and International Student Exchange program.
* Indian School of Business, Hyderabad- Several MBA aspirants apply for the Post Graduate Programme in Management here. ISB also offers a Pre-doctoral program as well as Executive Education.
* Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM I) - IIM I offers a Management Development Programme, an Executive Post-Graduate Programme as well as a Post-Graduate Programme in Management. There are also management program for Defense officers and Fellow programs.
* Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode- Candidates can choose from Post-graduate Programme in Management, Fellow Program or Management Development Programs offered here. You can also apply in the programs meant for the working Executives and the faculties.
* Management Development Institute, Gurgaon- You can pursue specialized Management programs, Executive programs or even Fellow programs here, according to your needs.
* SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai- It is considered one of the top Management Colleges in India. It offers several programs either for PGD course, Executive Education or short term.

CAT is an entrance examination for over 80 institutes offering MBA programs. Almost all the top B schools including the six IIMs consider the CAT scores for granting admission in their MBA programs. Needless to say, cracking the CAT takes rigorous preparation and consistent hard work. Given below are some of the tips which might help you in getting admission to the MBA School of your choice.
• CAT being an application driven test, regular practice with complete focus is the key to clearing the test
• As the curriculum for the CAT is limited, it is essential for you to cover the entire curriculum leaving nothing
• After you have completed most of the course, start giving mock CAT test. Higher the number of test that you take, higher would be your learning curve
• Thoroughly analyse the result of the mock CAT test for identifying your strong and weak areas. Now follow a structured and organised approach to turn your weak points into your strength
• It is a good idea to spend an hour or so in trying to find out what you could have done better in the mock CAT test. Remember, one of the key reasons of giving mock CAT test is to learn from your mistakes
• Help from teachers, joining a coaching institute, study of the fundamental concepts and solving solved and unsolved questions would help you in gaining command over the concepts that you find difficult
• Build mathematical proficiency. You should thoroughly work on the math problems of 10th and 11th standard
• Follow the 3 times principle. Solve every question 3 times; first time would be the attempt, second would be a solution and finally for the purpose of revision. The 3 times principle would help you in understanding the concept better
• You should know what to leave for later during the exam. Solve the questions which you think you can answer correctly. Leave complex questions for later. Remember time management is the key!
• Also in the first attempt, answer only those questions which would take less than a minute. Long and difficult questions should be reserved for later. Mark such questions and solve them after completing the simpler and less time consuming answers

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