Last decade saw a great frenzy for MBA course, given the kind of pay packages the creameâ€™ Institutes of the country were offering to students by inviting various companies. This mirrored the same phenomenon as did the surge in number of students opting for software engineering before and after the Internet Bubble of 2000. Though both of the events have met with bad fate, where the placements and job opportunities for both engineers and management graduates significantly dropped and they were left hope less regarding their future. Although the scene is not bad presently, but it did teach all the aspiring students a lesson, that placement is not just the name of the game.
Any one opting for a management program would certainly be aware that the program requires a lot of fees. Also few colleges offer the conventional MBA post graduate degree, other popular Institutes offer Post graduate Diploma in Management. The Institutes offering the Diploma have a lee way in designing their curriculum and also changing it as and when they deem fit. On the contrary the Institutes offering a degree have to stick to their affiliating Universityâ€™s guidelines. Also one should be aware of the faculty, the alumni and the educational resources of an Institute before zeroing on any one of them.