About 1,95,000 candidates appeared in CAT 2016.
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Minimum qualification for the job is the ability to read and write in Hindi.
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Despite scepticism from some corners that an MBA may be over-rated, my experience, both pre and post business school, often revealed why the market craves branded managers. It isn't as much as the stamp of the degree on your CV or the doors that it opens but what incremental value time at the school adds for its graduates.
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It has been a longstanding myth that leaders are born, and that leadership is inherent only in a fortunate few. Well, myths are meant to be shattered. Time and again, evidence has shown that leadership skills are inculcated through experience, role-modelling, and mentoring. A well-designed management and leadership program has the potential to groom future leaders.
Since most admissions in Indian colleges are extremely "numbers-based", it can lead to a mindset that your score in a standardized test can make or break your career. This is not true for admissions to international MBA programs. Key takeaway: a great GMAT score is a conversation starter - you have an advantage, but there's a long way to go.
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Approaching graduation, I often asked myself what were some of the major things I was taking away from the experience. An MBA gives you technical skills and core subject matter knowledge but some lessons stand out. As I thought about my own learnings, a few things came to mind and I thought it worth to share them with current and prospective students.
The Indian Institute of Planning and Mangament (IIPM) founded by business guru Arindam Chaudhuri is winding up its operations everywhere in the country except Delhi, where it will be operative only as...