Top 5 Career opportunities after doing MBA

Whether you are a student of information technology or a business professional who works in a multi-national company, you would always want to add a MBA degree to your academic credentials. The main reason behind this is the glitz and prestige that is associated with an MBA degree. While everyone runs blindly to get a MBA degree, not many people are aware about the various career opportunities that will be available for them once they do MBA from the  Best MBA University in Delhi  or other parts of India.

Here are the top 5 career opportunities which opens up for MBA graduates.


  1. Jobs in banking and finance sector

MBA graduates are perfect fits for portfolio management and security and investment analysis jobs. These jobs are usually available at financial institutions like banks, insurance companies, or security firms, and need professionals who can make right choices about financial matters, especially investments.

Apart from this, MBA graduates have a huge scope of jobs in the banking sector as well.  Many private banks look for MBA graduates for transaction banking, corporate banking, commercial banking, liability management, credit risk analysis, and compliance checks. The banks prefer MBA graduates as they are better skilled to handle the intricacies and challenges that are associated with these roles.

  1. Information System Management

This is a career opportunity which is more viable for people who do MBA in information systems. The primary role of this job is to oversee the computer systems of organizations. While it may sound like working as a computer technician but the role has a higher niche and demands much more responsibility than the service technicians. The main role of IT managers is to ensure that the computer systems of the company meet the business requirements, and are updated with the latest technology. One of the lookouts of the IT managers is also to ensure that the computer systems of the organization are secure.

  1. Human Resource management

There is hardly any company that does not need HR managers who are holding MBA degrees. HR managers with MBA are given the responsibilities to handle the recruitment, employee life cycle management, performance management, and various administrative actions that are required to manage the human resource pool of the company. The most preferred candidates for these jobs are MBA graduates who have done their specialization in HR.

  1. Management Consulting

The role of management consultants is to solve various issues of the organization by deploying various problem solving methods and new concepts of management. Apart from problem solving, the management consultants are also responsible for recommending improvement measures to the companies on factors like cost, headcount, finances, and brand management. While many companies hire management consultants on their rolls, quite a good number of management consultants are actually self-employed and work as freelancers.

  1. Entrepreneurship

Last but not the least, MBA graduates can start a business of their own and run it successfully. The MBA courses which are offered by the MBA colleges in Delhi NCR and other major cities of India equip an individual with the knowledge and skills to launch a business of their own and run it successfully.

How to Apply for JEE Advanced 2016 | Application Form and Registration

Apply for JEE Advanced 2016- Candidates can now apply for JEE Advanced 2016 online by following the given steps that are provided below. The candidates can start their registration for JEE Advance fromApril 29 onwards till the last date of JEE Advance which is May 4.

Now JEE Advance examination is one of the most important entrance examination that a candidate who are willing to go for an engineering degree. As it is by using the JEE Advanced score that the candidates gets admission to the major Indian engineering institutes. And you can apply for JEE Advance 2016 online only from the official Website of the JEE Main Website.

The candidates who gets the JEE Main Score equal or higher than the Cut Off specified by the officials of JEE Advanced. And apart from the above main criteria there is some other qualification that the candidate much has which we will further discuss in the article below.

So now if you are one of those inspiring candidates who wants to go for engineering then JEE Advanced is one of the major entrances that you must clear. And it is using the scores of JEE Advanced that you will be able to get admission for the all the major engineering course including B.Tech and B.Arch./B.Planning for most of the central funded Colleges in India. So for all the inspired Students who have recently cleared their Class 12th board exam or equivalent examination.

And for all the candidates who will be going for the JEE Advanced here we will be going through all the guides and information that all the Candidates will require to go for JEE Advance examination. This will include the topics such as How to Apply for JEE Advanced 2016 and how to check Result for JEE Advanced 2016.

Apply for JEE Advanced 2016 | Application Form and Registration:

To apply for JEE Advanced 2016 you will need to go for the Online registration which you should will take you through 3 main steps which will include.

  1. Filling Up your Registration Forms.
  2. Uploading your Scanned Certificates.
  3. Paying Registration Fees.

Step 1- Registration Forms for JEE Advanced 2016:

The first step that the candidates of JEE Advanced can start is by registering for an account with the JEE Website. Here are the steps that you will need to follow for it.

  • First of all candidates must visit the official Website of JEE Main.
  • Now the Candidates must enter their JEE Main 2016 Roll Number, Password & Security PIN.
  • Now the candidates will need to enter a new password for their JEE Advanced.
  • Now the candidates will need to keep the Password of JEE Advanced safe for further use.
  • The candidates should note that the Application to JEE Advanced 2016 are not allowed to be withdrawn neither the fees are to be refundable.
  • The Registration to the JEE Advanced 2016 will be cancelled once the candidate does not meet the eligibility criteria.

Filling Up the Forms for JEE Advanced 2016:

  • Now once the candidates finished creating new Password for JEE Advanced, they will be redirected to a new WEB Page of JEE Advanced.
  • The Candidates have to mention the Number of Attempts.
  • The Candidates should be require to select the language of the Paper. i.e. Hindi or English.
  • The candidates must choose the Exam cities.
  • Students who require scribe should mention it.

JEE Advanced Password Guide:

  • The Password of the candidate must be of 8 to 13 Characters Long.
  • The Password must contain a combination of one upper case alphabet, one lower case alphabet, numeric value and one special characters.

How to Reset Your Password:

Now if you are one of those candidates who have forgot your JEE Advanced 2016 password here is how you can reset your Passwords.

  • A Reset Link Sent to your Email Address Register with the JEE Website.
  • Verification Code Sent via Text Message to your Register Mobile Number with the Website.
  • And last the candidates can also reset their password by answering the Security questions that you have chosen during your registration.

STEP 2: Uploading Your Scanned Documents:

Another important step to apply for JEE Advanced 2016 is to upload all your important Scanned Documents. Here are some of the important things that you will need to keep in mind.

The candidates of JEE Advanced are required to upload the scanned documents of Class X , Class XII or equivalent examination, Category,  Scribe Request Letter,  DS certificate as applicable in JPG orJPEG format.

The Size of the certificate Images to be uploaded must be greater than 50 KB and less than 300 KB.

Documents Required:

  1. A Color Photograph of Full Facial View.
  2. Class X and XII Scanned Mark Sheet.
  3. Caste Certificate for OBC, SC and ST.
  4. Scanned Copy of Left-Hand thumb impression and Candidate’s full signature.

STEP 3: Paying Registration Fees:

The 3rd and the last step to apply for JEE Advanced 2016 is to pay for the registration fees.





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So the above is how you will be able to apply for JEE Advanced 2016 entrance examination. Now the one who have qualifies for the JEE Advanced 2016 the candidate will be provided with an Admit card or Hall Ticket which the candidate must carry to the examination hall without any failure.

Crack JEE at the first chance without cracking up your mental health

We keep hearing about the Joint Entrance Examination, or the JEE ever since we enter school and have no idea what examinations are. To clear the JEE and come out with flying colors, a student needs to know that not everything they know about the Exam is true, and not everything they need to know have ever been told. So, here is how to actually go about the preparations for JEE.

Busting some myths

The Joint Entrance Exam end up becoming a major nightmare for students because parents keep emphasizing just two things from the beginning of a child’s career:

  • The importance of the exam.
  • The thin chances of getting a good ranking with it.

To debunk these two myths, only two things need to be said. Firstly, it is not the only career option you can have. Hence, you do not need to stress that badly over it. If you don’t stress, you will use that time to actually prepare so that you don’t have to look at other options.

Secondly, it is not rocket science. Many would like to portray the JEE as an exam only the bright ones can crack. The truth is, you don’t need to worry about not being the “cream” of the milk in a pool of students. Yes, all of us have heard that a gazillion times, that we have to be the ‘cream’. What should that even mean? In reality, the JEE Exam is just another exam that needs preparation, dedication, and hard work. It does not need Einstein’s I.Q.

Know what you need to

By now you already know the two most important things you need to. Trust it no matter how many times you hear otherwise. However, you need to be sincere and focused because every year lakhs of students appear for the JEE Main. In 2015, there were 13.03 lakhs.Therefore, you do need to know exactly what to do in order to secure a position for yourself.

The ‘To Do’ list includes some ‘To NEVER Do’ things and once again, you will read things that are totally contradictory to what you have heard so far about JEE:

  • Join a famous coaching center: If it is a sort of placebo that makes you feel secure and you can easily afford the kind of money it costs, go for it. But if you are going to bank on the syllabus of these centers and follow everything they say, a good ranking is not guaranteed.
  • Mock tests: You do need to take the mock tests wherever they are being conducted, and keep a track of the type of questions asked. For this you need to prepare with thorough studying and understanding of your subject and the mock test will guide you to what you are missing.
  • Private tutors: It is better to do some research and go for a private tutor who would be helpful with the syllabus and way to go about the exams and all such JEE details instead of spending around a lac on the programmed coaching centers which advertise themselves with posters on every corner of the main streets.
  • Stress: This is the biggest NO in the list. You need to keep your calm in order to perform. It is a good idea to follow some yoga or home remedy routines for that. You can take some low doze homeopathic medicines a month prior to the exams if you happen to have anxiety issues.

Basically, you do not need to spend a lac or more on the preparations, and you do not need to mess up your mental health for an exam that you can crack with a good ranking without all the trouble.

ABVP sweeps DUSU executive committee polls, bags seven seats

ABVP sweeps DUSU executive committee polls, bags seven seatsNew Delhi: BJP-led Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Tuesday swept 7 out of 11 seats in the elections for 13th executive committee of Delhi University Student Union.

The remaining four positions in the DUSU EC polls were bagged by Congress-affiliated National Students Union of India (NSUI).

“Vineet Bidhuri from PGDAV (Eve) College was elected as the Chief EC. Manish Barthwal from ARSD College, Tushar Yadav from Venkateshwara College, Monika Yadav from Moti Lal Nehru (Eve) College, Vishal Upadhyay from Moti Lal Nehru College, Deepak Rose from Shivaji College and Sanju Khari from Deshbandhu College were elected as Executive Council Members of DUSU,” officials said.

The central panel of the DUSU members was elected in September when ABVP had bagged the four-crucial posts of president, vice-president, secretary and and joint secretary for second consecutive year.

After DUSU elections are held, the university holds polls for the unions’ executive committee.

As per the DUSU Constitution, the committee should have 11 members and not less than two out of these members should be girls.

AAP’s Student Wing CYSS, which contested its debut DUSU polls this year and failed to open the account, had not fielded any candidates for the EC elections.

‘Occupy UGC’ protest: Students try to enter office, detained

'Occupy UGC' protest: Students try to enter office, detainedNew Delhi: A protest by students here against the UGC’s move to scrap non-NET fellowship escalated on Friday and led to police detaining scores of them as they tried to enter the premises of the academic body.

The students, camping outside the University Grants Commission (UGC) office here since Wednesday demanding revocation of the move, alleged they were lathi-charged and about 100 of them detained when they tried to go inside to meet the officials.

“When we tried to go inside, police prevented us. When we protested, we were lathi-charged, leading to injuries to a few of the students, who had to be rushed to hospital,” said Sucheta De, one of the protesters.

A senior police official said that around 100 protesters were detained and taken to Bhalswa dairy police station in north-west Delhi. He, however, declined to comment on the allegations of lathi-charge.

Hundreds of students from across varsities in Delhi, including Delhi University, JNU, Ambedkar University, had joined the protest over the last two days and many stayed on there through the Dussehra holiday and even burnt an effigy of UGC chairman Ved Prakash. They claimed that police were not allowing them — even the women protesters — to use toilets on the UGC premises.

The students leading the ‘Occupy UGC’ protest said they will not budge from outside the commission’s office till the decision was revoked.

The non-National Eligibility Test (NET) fellowship, which is provided to those undertaking research in central universities across India, was scrapped by UGC in its last meeting.

Under the scheme, financial assistance was provided to students pursuing M.Phil and Ph.D of, respectively, Rs 5,000 and Rs 8,000 per month. Ph.D students got assistance for four years and M.Phil students for 18 months. They also got a contingency amount every year to help them undertake their research.

The protesters later said that a student delegation has gone to meet the UGC officials inside the office. “A delegation of students representing the protesters has now been allowed to.

Rajasthan to transform govt school syllabus from 2016

Rajasthan to transform govt school syllabus from 2016Jaipur: To eliminate “cultural alienation”, Rajasthan has decided to introduce a new syllabus from class I to XII in government schools from next academic session, with a greater focus on lives of country’s ‘Mahapurush’ and history of the state.

The state government has planned to introduce a new school syllabus which would include stories of various ‘Mahapurush’ (great leaders), moral science, country’s latest scientific development, ethos and history of Rajasthan, Minister of State for Education Vasudev Devnanai told PTI here today.

A high-level State Institute of Educational Research and Training (SIERT) is doing the syllabus change for class I to VIII, and another committee set by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) for syllabus reforms for class IX to XII, Devnani said.

Students must learn about ‘Mahapurush’ like Maharana Pratap, take lessons from their lives, the Minister said adding that the committee would stress that for class I to V there should be 75 per cent chapters from Rajasthan and 25 per cent chapters of national importance.

When asked whether the foreign authors would be replaced by their Indian counterpart, the Minister said, “Jitna avshyak hoga videshi utna padhya jayega.”

Dismissing the reports about the removal of a chapter on South African leader Nelson Mandela from Rajasthan textbooks, an anonymous senior committee member said, “miscreants who have no role in committees?are spreading rumors through media”.

Non-controversial, well-known international authors like William Shakespeare, John Milton, William Wordsworth’s work would remain available in higher classes, he said, adding personalities whom the world knows will be there in courses particularly in English literature.

“In old or existing courses there is a problem of cultural alienation because student of tribal belt or remote areas of Rajasthan might not be able to understand the top chapters specially in English literature, art and culture of other states as available in the books till now,” he added.

Cafe Style Speed Training to arrive in Indian classrooms

Cafe Style Speed Training to arrive in Indian classroomsMumbai: Paathshala learning solutions, a company engaged in promoting education, has announced success of their first phase of using ‘Cafe Style Speed Training’, adopted by the corporates, for school students in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in India.

Implemented in Muzaffarpur, Ranchi and Ghaziabad, the first phase has already reached out to 3000 school children, according to a release issued by the education company here.

“The team now is looking to expand to 120 other smaller tier 2 and 3 cities such as Noida, Patna, Meerut, Kharagpur, Nagpur, Udaipur and more to reach out to 20 Lakh Students, the release issued here today said.

In India, the ‘Cafe Style Speed Training’ is being implemented in corporate life by names like Deutsche Bank, Infosys and SBI, it said.

The training programme is devised by Fi Haywood, the founder of the Caf? Style Speed Training, jointly with Rajib Chowdhury ? the founder of Paathshala.

The release quoted founder of Cafe Style Speed Training Fi Haywood saying, “I am amazed at the results that this training is giving and the way it is consistently delivering faster results than traditional educational and training methods.”

Poonam Dhawan, a teacher at St Xavier’s School, Ramna, said Paathshala has taken an initiative to inculcate the lost moral values in students. It is a ‘Values and Behaviours Training Program’.

“Paathshala is an activity based programme in which children do not feel they are being forced to be disciplined. They get involved in the activities and in the course of time evolve as better human beings,” she said.

Rajib Chowdhury of Pathshala said, “schools in India face similar challenges as corporates. They need to ‘transform’ children’s attitude, behaviour and skill, without eating into operational teaching time.

Paathshala Learning Solutions, an education company founded by corporate professionals, has multiple education platforms ? SeTU for school children, Yogya for college kids, Acharya for teachers, the release added.

Malaysia plans to bring in English teachers from India

Malaysia plans to bring in English teachers from IndiaKuala Lumpur: Malaysia plans to recruit trained English teachers from India soon to help improve the competency levels of local teachers in schools in rural areas, Education Minister P Kamalanathan has said.

Kamalanathan told the lower House of Malaysian parliament — the Dewan Rakyat — yesterday that the teachers would be placed in several rural schools across the country, including the “hot spot” schools, those with low passing rates for the English language paper.

The teachers from India would be recruited in line with the Upholding the Malay Language and Strengthening Command of English policy under the School Improvement Specialist Coaches (SISC +) programme.

“It had been on the ministry’s agenda to bring in trained teachers from India in the near future, to improve command of the language in rural schools in the country,” Kamalanathan said.

He said with the SISC+ programme teachers would be made aware of effective teaching practices and ways of managing the classrooms more efficiently.

Develop defence, health products

President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and HRD Minister Smriti Irani in New Delhi on Friday.(Source: PTI) President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and HRD Minister Smriti Irani in New Delhi on Friday.(Source: PTI)

Prime minister Narendra Modi on Friday urged Indian Institutes of Technology to take up the challenge of developing defence and health equipment and user-friendly innovations in railways so that India ceases to be dependent on imports. He was addressing a conference of chairmen of Boards of Governors and directors of IITs organised by President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Modi in his speech sought technological support from IITs in realising the vision of “housing for all”. Citing examples of a range of defence and health sector equipments and sensitive and security-related items like currency ink and tear gas which are imported, he said,

“I refuse to believe that India does not have the talent to make these things.” IITs he said need to teach their students the “science of thinking and the art of living.”

The President also emphasised the need for research at these premiere institutes to be attuned to the technological needs of the nation.

Describing IITs as the “knowledge leaders” of the nation, he asked them to explore how quality of education can be improved and good governance brought in to help the institutes of higher learning compete with the best in the world. He called upon the Council of IITs to draw up a roadmap for governance in line with the best global practices and implement it without any delay.

He added that the structure of a good education system rests on four pillars — values, teachers, students and infrastructure. There is no dearth of talent in our faculty or students. Constraints such as huge shortage of faculty should be urgently addressed. Vacancy in IITs varies from 10 per cent to 52 per cent and the overall vacancy in the 16 IITs is over 37 per cent. He said the process of ranking institutes provides a reality check and is an opportunity to introspect the position on a global map.

The Prime Minister conceded that global rankings are important but we should also have our own parameters of rankings to serve as an “inbuilt mechanism for change and improvement.”

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IIT-Kharagpur plans to bring flexible credit-based system in 2016

iitThe new system will be introduced in phases from 2016.

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur will soon introduce a new “credit-based system” which would allow students the flexibility to complete a four-year B. Tech course in three-and-a-half years.

“For each course there would be pre-specified credit which allows a student the flexibility to complete his course at his own pace. Fast-paced students can finish off six months earlier while those who want to go for year-long internship can go in between and come back to finish the course later on,” IIT-Kharagpur, Director, Partha Pratim Chakrabarti said.

The new system, which is part of an academic review to modernise the institute’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses, would be introduced in phases from 2016, he said.

Rajendra Singh, Dean of undergraduate studies, told PTI that if some B. Tech students need more time, they would be given upto eight years, while a five-year dual degree course can be completed in seven years.

Professors said the step was being taken as it has been noticed that many students were “bitten by the entrepreneurship bug” during their course and they needed time to launch their start-ups.

“They (students) can take a break from studies for their own venture. Others want time for long internships to get industry exposure which increases their employability and adds to their qualification. Again in some cases the learning process may just be little slow. The new system will have room for everyone,” Singh said.

A team of professors of the institute studied the best practices in the top 20 universities of the world, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US and then devised the new credit-based system.

At present, every course in IITs is taught for a specified number of years and is divided into six-month-long semesters.

After the new system is put in place the rigidity of completing the course in the specified period in IIT Kharagpur will be diluted.

“There will be some core courses, specialisations, micro-specialisations and additional subjects from the humanities, management and ethics,” Srikumar Banerjee, chairman of the board of governors, said.

IIT-Kharagpur is also taking the lead in initiating mobility of students across all IITs.

“Each IIT has a centre of excellence which may not be the same in other IITs. So the idea is to allow IIT students to spend a part of his course period in his chosen IIT,” Chakrabarti said.

The institute has already spoken to IITs in Mumbai, Kanpur and Guwahati for such an exchange of students, he added.