January 8, 2009 at 12:47 pm #4203
I am working as s/w Enginer. and I am interset to doing MBA for better salary? If I am join any rewoned organisation such as IIM, FMS, IMT or XLRI for the executive program or Should i go for regular MBA ?
January 12, 2009 at 12:46 pm #6096
Buddy it depends on your work experience now a days, if you have a work ex of over 3 years executive MBA will be a better option if you are able to get into some good institute.
MDI OFFERS A GOOD PROGRAMME FOR SAME.
January 26, 2010 at 8:14 pm #6333
If you are having more than 6 years of work experience, you can join Executive MBA as it is having edge over regular MBA programs. It prepares you to develop strategies, manage change & innovations, groom human capital etc.
Since I have myself done MBA and CFA from ICFAI in Bangalore and was Gold Medallist for being topper of my MBA batch (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4291642699164204155&hl=en ), I can share my experiences with ICFAI centres in Bangalore. Moreover, we have an online group also at Yahoo, which is working as a virtual classroom from where you can download previous years question papers, and many other important resources are being shared by members.
Some of the salient features of MBA from ICFAI are:
* ICFAI is affiliated to UGC as well as DEC.
* ICFAI gives MBA degree not PGDBA
* It gives monthly Managerial Magazine to update you with current Business world.
Manoj Banshilal Pachouri
+91 98862 88806
August 13, 2010 at 11:26 am #6633
It would be better to join any renowned organization such as IIM,FMS, IMT, or XLRI for the executive program. You can also join any institute which is providing virtual classrooms with collaboration of these organisations.
August 17, 2010 at 2:05 pm #6641
If you are looking to work along with working (which is a very good option) you must do exec MBA. A no. of reputed colleges like IIMs, IITs, IIFT, XLRI, MICA etc. do provide these courses – both at their own campus and through two-way video conferencing. The point about their campus option is fairly obvious, but it is their video-conferencing that takes the cake. Basically they have tie-ups with some third-party (e.g. Hughes, NIIT, Educomp) which sets up their conference through satellites.
And the best part is the real-time interactivity in the studio classroom with the professors as well as the fellow students who are expected to be working themselves.
January 8, 2011 at 12:28 pm #6812
You should go for Executive MBA. Along with your job you could easily do.It doesn’t effect for getting job.
Popular distance learning MBA University Offering Distance Learning Programs In India Like you may come across many universities that offer distance education to students, but the most popular ones are MDU,PTU and Karnataka State Open University.
January 21, 2011 at 5:20 am #6827
February 4, 2011 at 7:24 am #6834
Distance Leaning education you could do along with job but Regular courses are not possible along with job. so Online Degree is better than Regular.