Placements in MBA Colleges

Placements in MBA Colleges

People invest huge sums to pursue management in the best B Schools to learn managerial skills in a simulated business environment to ultimately be placed in a good multinational corporation. Placement is one of the most important criteria to take admission into a particular MBA college. After doing considerable research and depending upon their performance in the entrance exams, students take admission into only those colleges which are reputed for good placements and excellent industry interface.

An MBA degree opens up new vistas to business professionals to get jobs in almost all sectors. These include marketing, finance, banking, legal, insurance, sales, information technology, management consulting and many more.

Nowadays most organizations look for an MBA graduate who has specialized in a certain field to take up a job. But still having an MBA tag in front of your name is not a sure shot way to get a high paying job as there are many students who enroll in post graduate management programs. Apart from this companies also look at a number of other aspects of their prospective employees, as they have become conscious about the fact that they need to hire the best candidates in order to see their business rising.

Many MBA College offer in house placements. Certain top B- schools also have tie-ups with certain. There are others also which allow their students to go in for pre-placement offers which means that the student may join a company, provided he has the call letter anytime after the third semester. In this process the person is allowed to take exams of the fourth semester.

The top-B Schools of India which have the MBA career placement services organize MBA job fairs and maintain active links with reputed business organizations. This gives the student leverage and also the B-School which offers such placement services become really sought-after. Carrying out such fairs and maintaining liaison with organizations is a job of the in-house placement cells of the B-Schools.

The MBA placements for the last 2 years have not been doing too great. The volatile market conditions are to be blamed for this. However, recession seems to be making its way out now and organizations are again on a look out for people who suit the positions well. So pursue any MBA or PGDM, whether it is MBA in Marketing or MBA in HR from a top rated B- School and open up the corporate world for yourself.