The invariable question that every B-School aspirant will have to answer honestly: Why should I do an MBA?


The decision for securing an MBA is either a natural progression to hone management lessons learnt through life or simply the portal to a great rewarding career.


An MBA (or any respectable post graduate management certification) is a professional program that not just helps one discover and develop managerial skills but also inculcates an attitude and outlook towards work making it an alluring career.


Management concepts have applications across different areas of business operations and different industries. Conventional management areas like Marketing, Finance, Human Resource and Operations have established its demand like never before, whereas new areas like Management in Information systems, Exports Management, Advertising and Communications, etc. have been designed to cater the ever growing demand from corporates for specialized professionals.


To sum up, an MBA is a specialist qualification designed to equip students with an understanding of all the major functions of a business and in today’s era an MBA is not just a desirable attribute, but an essential qualification for every corporate across industries.



Confused about which MBA to pursue? Find out the different Specializations in MBA.




Business schools in India offer admissions to their management programmes through a variety of entrance exams with a majority of these schools accepting CAT and CMAT scores.


Business schools abroad primarily accept GMAT scores while some of them also consider GRE scores for admission to their management programmes.





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