As the new academic year is about to begin, students who aspire to acquire a Masters Degree in Business Management are getting set to prepare for their MBA admissions. These days students do their research on the top B-schools of the country and all the required details beforehand, making the preparations for exams a planned process.
Many private coaching classes are available to help them prepare for the written tests such as MH-CET, CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, JMET etc. A majority of students opt for such classes not only to ensure studying and proper preparations but also to keep up with the trends in selecting colleges and gaining information about the exams. For those who prepare for such entrance exams on their own, there are resources like the internet that provide them with all relevant details on the matter.
Almost all the top B-schools have their official websites online. These sites provide comprehensive information about the institute, courses offered, faculty, ranking, infrastructure, facilities, fee structures, syllabus for particular courses, placements, and the like. This makes the process of choosing a good college for such Masters programs relatively easy and hassle-free.
Many B-schools also offer admission alert registrations facility on their website that allows students to get intimation on their e-mail addresses and mobiles, about the important dates and procedure concerning MBA admission. In view of the fact that dates for full-time MBA Degree admission processes are widely known, but pertinent dates for other part-time MBA programs such as MHRDM / MFM / MMM / MIM and full-time programs like PGDM, eMBA, eMBA-Insurance, eMBA Finance (Banking & Insurance) and MMS are not, such provisions come in handy.
While candidates are accepted on the basis of the addition of their written test score, group discussion, personal interview, work experience & academics and psychometric test, the entrants have to be graduates in any discipline from a recognized university.
The written papers for the entrance exams are designed to search for definite skills in the candidate. The various segments for the MAH CET (MH-CET) exam are the reading comprehension section, the quantitative ability section, the data interpretation section, the data sufficiency section, and the logical reasoning section. For example, the reading comprehension section focuses on the student’s ability to understand and draw from the ideas presented to him, rather than show off his linguistic abilities or word power.
Preparing for MBA admissions can be quite challenging for most entrants, but the true test starts once you have acquired admissions in the college/institute of your choice. Today’s Management programs are designed to bring out the best you can be. They will push you to learn through practical experiences, sharpen your curiosity, sharpen your common sense about aspects of the corporate world, show you the benefits of active reading, train you to see the bigger picture in every scenario, and teach you to prioritize tasks at hand.