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India – MBA – Only one fifth employable

According to a nationwide study of marks secured by 2,264 management graduates, while MBA seats have increased by 30 per cent since 2007, recruiting companies found only that only 21 per cent business school graduates were employable. A similar previous study in 2007 placed employability index at 25 per cent.

The study was carried out by testing and assessment company MeritTrac and a business school portal on 100 business schools, excluding the top 25 institutes, in India to benchmark the current state of employability of management graduates.

President of the All India Management Association, Rajiv Vastupal, said, “MBA is important benchmark for anyone from a non-commercial course. The skills of MBA graduates are declining due to poor standard of mushrooming MBA schools, which do not have a proper faculty to teach. Business schools must include case studies, group discussions and problem-solving techniques instead of holding lectures.”…

via 5 lakh pursuing MBA, only one fifth employable: Study – Times Of India.

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