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|Wagisha said: (Oct 25, 2017)|
|The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money but it's totally depends on the placement of college and college repo and well capability of candidate how skilled he is his communication skill, management, knowledge, experience. If actually you have all these skills and from good college for sure the above statement 100 percent true for you.|
|Riki said: (Oct 18, 2017)|
|100%. Rush for MBA is really rush for big money. Personally, I am doing MBA just because of money. Now a day people want money because we know that without money there is nothing. Students chose only those type of colleges which give good packages n after done the MBA they want to go in a multinational company or top company. And, MBA is not only for money you personally improve your communication skill, managerial skill, personality, etc. And the MBA was such a most interesting field.|
|Shilpashri said: (Aug 1, 2017)|
|Yes! rush for MBA is really a rush for big money. MBA is a platform where we can develop knowledge communication skills decision making self-development what not many, MBA afterwards then surely you can expect a good salary in any multinational company. So I can say that the rush for MBA is rush for money only nowadays.|
|Manish said: (Jul 25, 2017)|
|Yes, some how we can say that but if anyone have a rit perspective towards MBA this statement would have called rubbish and another reason might be that people who wish to do MBA want to explore themselves rather than money.|
|Ali said: (Jan 24, 2017)|
Our topic is "RUSH FOR MBA IS REALLY A RUSH FOR BIG MONEY" let us consider it from beginning before selecting any college what will be the foremost thing you'll want isn't it package for example consider two colleges you are confused to choose with both having exactly same teaching methods, campus, good faculties, etc but packages differ so what will be your response, where to go? Its very natural to select the one which is offering more.
Secondly, MBA doesn't only provide knowledge it develops your managerial skills required in any aspect before selection of college you wasn't having any skill but wanted to have more money so after getting skilled, guess what will be scenario. Of course why not, whether its premier school or ordinary business school, whether it charges you huge fees or not, whether the school assures you of having good package or not, in whatever situation don't you think that you'll be eager to have even more money than previously thought before having any knowledge and skill.
People who want to start up their own business or run family business in both the situation they will need to survive and to survive they have to compete with others and you'll need to have more profit than others. Put yourself in above mentioned both cases and ask why you'll need to have managerial skill.
If someone from your family still knows how to run business or even if you are starting on your own there will be very few people answering who love the job of managers they love to be manager in every aspect of life and wants to get more skilled at it so there is only one negative point.
At last, I would like to conclude that single point is not sufficient enough to divert from topic so yes, rush for MBA Is really a rush for big money.
|Rahul Kumar ( Aec ) said: (Dec 15, 2016)|
MBA means master in business. In this 2 year course, we study about accounting, business etc. But I don't think in these two years we would be gaining much about managing things and business. I think managerial skill can be developed as we grow in organisation.
If we talk about one of the famous personality Arundhati Bhattacharya, CEO of SBI, she does not hold any MBA degree, she is just a simple graduate. She started as a PO in SBI. But her continuous effort and experience have led her to be what she is now.
So, I can say that the rush for MBA is really a rush for big money. But at the same time, It's not true for all. But in majority case it is true. If I ask you all that how many of you are here want to do MBA just to understand business. And it is nothing wrong in rushing to make big money, after all, we are spending about 10-12 lakh rupees in two years. If we leave few section of society which may include those who owns family business, are pursuing MBA just to make a huge sum.
|Suman Bhanja said: (Dec 1, 2016)|
|Hello friends, according to me no rush MBA is rush for money because suppose you get the job by your mba degree but after that your skill will require, your knowledge will help you to your career growth.
From MBA you can develop your skill, communication, knowledge, Decision making, personal development. That is are require for your future growth. Thank you.
|Vikash said: (Nov 3, 2016)|
|The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money.
Dear guys, I appreciate all your concerns. But doing an MBA is like being a master in business. Most of the people do MBA because they belong from business class family. They grew up in that environment, so they think of only one thing i.e. business. That's why they do MBA. Because it's the last step for guys who likes to do business.
|Smiley said: (Oct 6, 2016)|
|Frankly speaking rush for MBA in current Indian scenario is a rush for money. We can see that there are now 5000+ B-schools in business and only 7% of the students are fit for employment. Also, there is a lack of education choices among Indian students which will help them earn good package. That is why MBA is becoming a big deal for money rather than knowledge and management.|
|Prerna Jain said: (Oct 1, 2016)|
|Good evening friends, I know MBA is a well-reputed degree course. MBA course is very beneficial for college students it's a good course it helps in building good communication skills and for self - development. It includes many important subjects like management, accountancy, human resource management, principles of marketing, rural development, entrepreneurship development, information technology & its implications in business, project management, IMC, etc. MBA is a platform of not improving your knowledge but also developing your skills. It enhances the confidence of students when you read all business topics.|
|Sunil said: (Mar 10, 2016)|
With due respect to all of your thoughts.
I think success is the attitude a person want and for this he need skills and MBA is a great platform for that. Many people run their own business and motive is to earn money and money. There are no two way thinking in it. MBA is a great start for success, but it doesn't ensure your success in that you need to hard work.
|Mohit R Soni said: (Jan 27, 2016)|
|Only one line straight forward answer. After putting 15-20 lakhs in good a grade college for MBA, who will NOT think of a better package. I mean paying 15 lakh fees, 2 years dedication and doing 5 LPA job is a completely RUBBISH thought. Everything is secondary, the main motive is package. Ask yourself deep down inside.|
|Sowmya said: (Sep 18, 2015)|
|Good evening everyone,
According to my point of view I feel that the statement is not correct because most of the people purse MBA to set up their own business and few of them to become managers and not all MBA's get good package it depends on the type of college they are graduating for ex if you take IIM's in to consideration the initial offer they get is very much lump some and if you take normal b schools MBA they get very less compared to schools people are not getting into MBA for money but to gain some skills in business field.
|Gurmeet said: (Sep 1, 2015)|
|Rush of MBA is rush of big money, not all ways but we can no neglect this statement also.
Actually present days everyone want to go to top directly, for this you require skill and knowledge. So today is become method that do MBA and they think they have MANAGER degree. But really see in your self how much knowledge you can implement for your real world. That is skill.
I am sorry but one statement said by peter Drucker that "No grater damage could be done to our economy or our society than to attempt top professionalize management by licensing manager for instances or by limiting access to management to people with special academic degree".
|Rish said: (Aug 30, 2015)|
This is very interesting topic.
From my point of view the rush in MBA is the full game of income. Today all person want to live a good life. All person want to earn more and more because all know the MBA is the best way to earn more. Mba from IIM gives not only the big job but also give the tag of IIM. I think the rush for the MBA is 90% for the big money.
|Pankaj said: (Aug 22, 2015)|
|According to me their is huge rush for MBA. Because aspirants thinks that doing MBA is to get higher salary. There many successful people in the market who does not have the MBA but still holding the manager position. So I think that a person should have the trait to become a manager. Every MBA is not successful without the eligibility for manager.|
|Suraj said: (May 7, 2015)|
With due respect to thoughts of other participants, I have seen many people doing MBA, just because they have heard that MBA degree holders get huge salary packages. But that's not always true. The salary of an individual, depends on his/her own skills. The person earning big money, has good quality knowledge & management skills. Not everyone can possess this. And, just to earn big money, many people pursue MBA, regardless of having good quality knowledge about it.
Whereas, there are other people, for whom, salary doesn't matter. They are just born to be MANAGERS. Its just their attitude & dedication towards their work, which automatically leads to an increment in their salary.
|Raj Vinod said: (Apr 20, 2015)|
|Everyone can do MBA. Not all graduation degrees help people in getting job. Some needs MBA as they are having right skills along grooming capabilities in and out of organisation. A management caters the need of engineering people. Or else to implement things with better knowledge could be engineer. An engineer can become manager. A manager can't be engineer to get high designation in company's will prefer B-Tech+ MBA.
Of course they may get good packages too with little passionate of culture MBA. And some for learning for how to make profitable organisation. This could be bit possible to make things done easy. With this combination B.Tech+MBA. Or some wants MBA to improve the job opportunities. friends.
|Mohit said: (Apr 6, 2015)|
I think everyone in the world is interested in making more & more money and I don't think there is anything wrong with it. Ya many people go for MBA because of huge salary packages but there is some crowd out there who are just born out to be managers or entrepreneurs. You can look it anyway but it's always going to be helpful for the nation.
|Sathish Tamilselvan said: (Apr 1, 2015)|
|Absolutely most of the people want to make money from the field whatever they are in so for my consideration, if someone want to make big money, they must go for MBA.|
|Sam said: (Jan 17, 2015)|
|Folks MBA is business education and its essential to today's jobs as it helps you for your job. If you are planning to do your own business its not essential to have MBA, you can hire someone to manage your business and you should be fine. But if someone has MBA and managing his own business it may help him or her.
If you are looking at big business names they learned some sort of business management from someone in family. Continuous education in life will make you better person if you apply that education to your self development.
I wish everyone good luck as I have done my MBA and Masters in Computer Science here in USA and doing great in job because of my good education and hard work and not comparing myself to others. Everyone is different and please don't try to compare yourself to others.
|Soham Bhattacharya said: (Jan 12, 2015)|
|No I don't think that MBA is all about making more money, the reason being that in today's scenario doing an MBA has become the need of the hour to have a growth in one's career, a plain graduate might rise up to a certain level in an organization, but to go ahead, he needs to have an MBA degree. Even a smuggler earns huge amount of money, even the person sitting in the government office has money, but there's no growth.
My conclusion would be that today there are endless ways to earn money but only few ways to have a growth in life, status and position. MBA degree can give you that growth, status and position you want in life in a dignified manner.
|Pragati said: (Oct 31, 2014)|
|MBA colleges are like retail stores now. One can find one MBA college in every corner of a road. Most of these colleges don't have good amenities and faculty.
They are deteriorating the standards of India education system. More over that the books used in these colleges are outdated and have almost zero credibility.
All I request to opt quality colleges and refer management books that has a good value for the future and learning.
|Aparna Sharma said: (Sep 23, 2014)|
|Well, According to me the statement "the rush for MBA is really a rush for big Money" is very much correct to an extent. This is because for survival, one needs money (especially in a country with developing economy like India) and for that your need a course which can polish your skills regarding management of anything as management is very vital in every field (commerce, arts or science) therefore, you need something which can boost you mentally and financially on the whole.|
|Vishnu Vish said: (Sep 9, 2014)|
|Doing MBA is not for the quick rush of the money. Just answer a question, do you like a high profession with low salary or low profession with high salary? an educated person gives first preference to the high profession only. In case if we get low salary after MBA, we don't disappoint much because we gain a legend skills from it.
So I don't agree with this concept.
|Jaya said: (Sep 6, 2014)|
Some engineering students joined in colleges due to some kind of forces from the parents. Such students may not be interested to work in their field. So, they want to divert from that path. Some students may really interested in doing MBA. They have spent much money for BE. And MBA. They want to payback to their parents. So I agree.
|Harish Pal said: (Sep 2, 2014)|
|I think doing MBA for a person not only rush for big money it may be for their passion, for gaining skill and knowledge and increase educational status. MBA provide us platform for satisfaction, achievement and success. I helps in developing managerial skill, leadership skill, communication skill, entrepreneurial skill and confidence. To be a competitive in todays world MBA is very crucial. It gives knowledge about time and money management. There are lots of person who have not MBA but they are considered as successful person.
So, doing MBA is not a rush for money, there are other factors which person can gain by doing MBA.
|Swarnika said: (Aug 9, 2014)|
|Surely not everyone who has an MBA degree gets well paid but it'll be fabrication to say that all MBA aspirants are interested just in knowledge and not money. Infact, the truth is the opposite. It's the quickest way to get rich and people are opting for this shortcut!
So yes the rush for MBA is actually the rush for money.
|Unnikrishnan said: (Jul 4, 2014)|
|MBA, its a plus point to one who, manage a firm, in every work there is need for management, management means complete a work with minimum of cost, as early as possible, with a good perfection, for that we have two study the problem or the work that you have to do. We want to take decisions to solve that problem, for that we have to know the procedures for solving the problem, to know the difficulties came at the time of problem solving.
On doing the MBA, a person who gets the skill to understand the problems and the ways to solve it in a practical manner, by the projects and such things he gets practical experiences.
A person knowing with this things go for MBA is not in a way for big money, he went for developing his skill and knowledge. And also developing this he became success in his profession. On seeing that some one without knowledge about MBA, they think that if MBA I can get more pay from anywhere. So came this problem the rush for MBA.
|Shankey Kumar said: (Jun 12, 2014)|
|Hello friends in my view, we can't say that the peoples doing MBA only for earning high. Because some peoples doing MBA may be for their passion, may be for earning high, may be for getting government job or may be doing MBA not getting good job after graduation such as B-Tech, BCA, BBA etc.
I will give you my brief view on all these above points one by one. As all we know that doing MBA after graduation is helpful for earning high money but this is applicable to only those students who can done their MBA from good college and more important doing MBA is not enough to earn high, there's also need of good communication skills. If someone can do MBA from not good college, then it is not gurantee that he/she get good salary MBA.
Second, some person doing MBA for their passion. As we see that some peoples not doing any job after MBA or some peoples do MBA after getting good government job also. So we can't say that peoples do MBA for earn high because some peoples do MBA for their passion also.
Third, also some peoples do MBA for getting good government job. There are some government sector which held minimum qualification for some post is post graduation or MBA. SO may be some peoples do MBA for that purpose.
And last may be some peoples do MBA not getting job after graduation like B-Tech, BCA, BBA etc. Because as we know that the number of colleges for B-Tech, BCA, BBA etc are very large and competition is increases. So some peoples doesn't got job after graduation and may be they do MBA for getting job.
|Bmgindi said: (Apr 26, 2014)|
|Just earning money is not the solo motto for doing the MBA for the students. The matured students know what to achieve and how to achieve. Most of students of today have clear path to built up their career. Their decision for MBA should not be seen as the task just for earning; yes, it is good career. Nowadays, many students from engineering side are perusing the special training course like SIx Sigma; Lean management; DFSS theory application etc. Such trainings are conducted by global management companies.|
|Vaishali said: (Apr 17, 2014)|
|Well I don't think people do MBA for big money, MBA gives us not only money but also exposure, a life full of adventures, satisfaction, lot achievements, teach us patience which is important in our daily life too. AND obviously what ever we are doing in life is for money and reputation. So is that MBA gives us. After MBA we can start our own business and provide employment to many persons.|
|Ashish Sutar said: (Apr 8, 2014)|
|"Rush for MBA is rush for big money" I am against the topic because according to me MBA is a degree which helps one to develop or sharpen its management skills, presentation skills, boost ones confidence and also develops good communication skills. All these skills are important for a person to climb at the higher level and be competitive in todays world, so according to me MBA is not a rush for a big money, there are many useful things which a person can gain from doing MBA.|
|Mahesh said: (Jan 29, 2014)|
|Hai. ! friends.
As we discussing about the rush for MBA is really rush for big money I strongly oppose it, see majority of people will do MBA to learn management skills few for qualification. But not for big money. Presently we can see many of the MBA graduates on roads as a job less, its completely wrong thinking that you do MBA then you earn more money.
|Binu said: (Jan 24, 2014)|
I am not in support of the topic.
1. First reason is that I myself is planning to do it, and that not for money but to complete myself as I don't really want to feel first the frustration by doing any job and than then apply for it.
2. As MBA is the key to success, so people do it to learn that key so that they will not face any failure in their life by taking wrong decisions.
3. We all know that India is a big country and more than that we have a big number of unemployment rate. So my question is why add one more in that number, be the one who can create jobs and do something good for our country rather than just sitting idle at home and blame the system and government for it.
AND WE ALL KNOW FOR A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS, WE SHOULD LEARN THE MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES.
|Prashant Pandit said: (Jan 23, 2014)|
|The MBA will pay you good only if you are doing it from a very reputed college. The colleges who accept the standard methods of choosing their student, can might be treat as a good college. Otherwise doing MBA will not worth.|
|Sravani said: (Jan 2, 2014)|
|Good morning friends,
I'm here to discuss the about topic on "Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money". I hope it is not so acccording to my cosideration. I have said so that many people opt for MBA not only for money but management is very useful in our daily activities in order to lead a better life by managing the activities to be performed effectively. Many of the students who opt for MBA are mainly from BE/B. Tech degree they opt because they have enough talent in their core subjects but without having any managing skills they cannot deal with anything so many of them rush for MBA to improve their skills. But I don't support totally on this side because they are the people who rush for MBA as it is one of the best path to lead successful life by doing their own business and can earn a lot on it. So my opinion is that reason for rushing for MBA is not only for earning money.
|Sreekant said: (Jun 14, 2013)|
|By doing MBA, a person comes to know about how to manage his/her time and money because a rupee worth today is of lesser worth 5 years later. So, Management is needed for everyone (and not MBA). And as far as rush for money is concerned, everyone is in a rush for it, starting from beggars to a big businessman, even a small kid who has learnt counting upto 100 wants Rs.100 because he/she finds it a bigger number.
An engineering student doesn't require MBA, if he/she is skilled enough in his/her field. Now a days what all engineers think is, as there are a lot of engineers around every corner of our country, so they want a diversion from their path, due to lack of jobs to all engineers.
But taking both MBA and BE/B. Tech/M. Tech into our concern, if you want a lot of money! doing MBA i.e. only from some reputed institutions will only fetch you. Else, doing job in the field in which you are mastered in, is the best option.
|Rohit Raushan said: (Jun 2, 2013)|
It's a great topic we are discussing about. I am agree to "Rush for MBA is to rush for a big money". But there are so many students or people in our country who have taken the MBA degree but they don't have a creative mind or a better skill like a good Manager.
Then what will they do for their company, Firm or in any field? Here, I want to say to all of them who comes in the category of such types of degree holder to remember ones again, what management means? According to my understanding, "Management is a skill which gives us a right pattern to complete or achieve the target in a systematic and easy way, with minimum manpower, in minimum time, in a minimum financial expenses".
This skill is the Rush of money in MBA. In a short way and by my thought, only MBA makes human life easiest and wealthy but depends upon our Management skills and knowledge not only on the degree. Thank you.
|Veena said: (May 12, 2013)|
|I do not agree with the generalized norm that doing MBA is rush for money. MBA enhances skills of decision making, choosing the right things, better prioritizing, people management which is required at each and every mode of life. Even if the person is in core technical career realizes that management skills are unavoidable.
Even now a days most of the people who aspires for MBA, want to be authoritative, important, decision making positions, which will bring difference.
Rush for an MBA is more because of the need for the management skill rather than money.
|Sk Arman said: (May 9, 2013)|
Mba is really a rush for big money, I do agree.
1st point: its a high budget study, those not having budget can't do MBA even he/she crack CAT, MAT, XAT. That means still you have talent but can't pursue MBA if you have not enough money. (least required money for IIM 15 lakhs. ).
2nd point: those having money not talent still they can get the degree of MBA not only from INDIA, but from USA, UK. After completing it, they will get a job in a managerial level where they will have both power and money. As MBA is only a field where you will able to earn more than a IIT candidate.
3rd point: After doing MBA only you can be a good manager where you lead the people but friends I can tel you in India there is lot of business tycoon who have not done any MBA but still they have inbuilt talent to lead the people.
(Example: 1. Anil Ambani.
2. Mukesh Ambani.
3. Azim Premji.
4. Vijay Mallaya.
5. Sunil Mittal.
6. Shubhroto Roy.
7. K. V Kamath.
8. Bhavish sanghvi.
9. Ratan Tata.
10. Laxmi mittal). So what I want to say its not a technical field where I have to study or get trained, Its all about your inbuilt quality. So its the money and power.
|Neha Verma said: (Feb 26, 2013)|
|According to my view MBA is not a rush because it is develop your management skill and we know without management nothing can be possible in life, every where management is necessary. So what ever field you choose, after MBA you are able to manage them.|
|Shashank Sharma said: (Feb 12, 2013)|
|MBA is comes under good education system it gives so more knowledge about to the all perspective as we compares to other courses we can say that it is mix up of all course and in this course MBA students are gaining more and more knowledge in all field in every field there is need for manager's and without manager's no work is done.
Thank you that's from my side.
|Awadheah said: (Nov 29, 2012)|
First I would like to say that its very interesting topic.
As per my opinion MBA is a passport to earn more money not a tree. If you don't have good quality good skills then there is no worth to have degree o MBA. Only those people can growth who have good knowledge good skill.
As every people paying lots of money to get degree of MBA so definitely they they want there money back as soon as possible but its possible when have good quality.
|Pratiksha said: (Oct 23, 2012)|
|According to my views opting MBA after graduation can be for various purposes, and as a rational human being money comes 1st but its not the only sole purpose it serves.
Many want to do it to get an add on to their skills, personality or to be master in a particular field (finance, HR) anything of their choices or to attach their name with prestigious institutions like IIM's.
|Piya said: (Oct 5, 2012)|
|I Would like to say that Rush for MBA is because of so many different reasons.
1. MBA is a course that any graduate student can opt for.
2. After MBA definitely Money that is being offered during placement are at par to any other master degree.
No question here is whether rush is for money or learning that these schools provide.
I think mainly Money is the only factor that forces graduates to opt for MBA. As, Prices of each and every commodity is increasing at rapid pace to meet both ends meet it is a necessity to earn a handsome income, Increasing prices of Education of children also demand a heavy pocket, Technology advancement is also the reason. As with growing Technology we need to follow the technology and for that you require money.
|Babua said: (Sep 29, 2012)|
|This is really a very good topic. In my point of view MBA is becoming as a market trend since last 15 or 20 years in India. It is nothing but a strategy for creating a market in India as we all know our country is third world country and the 1st world country always trying to find market in India for it's tremendous population density. So the strategy for capturing this market
1. Better job opportunity
2. Better salary package
3. Very good futrure prospect in capitalized market trend etc.
So the Big Money is like a bumper offer or sale in our festive time. So they make it in a very strategic manner and it is successful.
|Sumit Dubey said: (Aug 28, 2012)|
|There are 70,000 MBA colleges in india and 1,90,000 seats for total pool of 3.5-4 lakh mab candidtaes. So it shows the how the people join the mba course. it is one and only course that not affected by stream like science and math or any other every one is free to do MBA and it's one and only course that groom u as fast as you possible and you cn get the best job according to your self.|
|Prateek said: (Aug 28, 2012)|
|Hello every one,
I am an engineer, and for me the reason of doing the MBA is to remove the hurdles which is going to freeze my growth of carrier at a particular stage. In the global market the only aim of the companies is to make profitable business and that cannot be achieved by a simple graduate or by an engineer, for that company starts searching for the person who are well enough to manage the people and yes this defines the word management. So if you want to be on the top you will have to be smart in managing and for that you need a MBA.
|Anupam said: (Aug 7, 2012)|
|According to my point of view it is true because in this scenario every one wants to earn more and more money, they do MBA to earn money because MBA provides good and easy jobs and the growth in MBA is also very good. The company wants MBA's to do job on their company. So they provide a good salary package.|
|Dirgha said: (Jul 4, 2012)|
|No doubt MBA provides a very good platform to youngsters but mere MONEY cannot drive someone to choose a path because to make money you have to be successful in that field for which you need interest, dedication, that urge to go ahead and aim to become better and better.
So if someone chooses MBA keeping money in mind then he is likely to find himself in dead end at some time.
|Santraj Bhagat said: (Jun 10, 2012)|
|In my point of view MBA is the way where every one want to success his dream, if a person invest lots of money for this kind of course then want back their money as soon as possible, but its depend on his skill, knowledge and others things, if a person not able to grow up then its meaning less. Every one wants money but should have quality. MBA is passport for money not a tree, if you want to make a money then you have to use your own mind, mind it every ceo of a company don, t have MBA degree, so take your degree of MBA and use your mind for get money.|
|Bhargav said: (May 31, 2012)|
|If one would has this thought "Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money" before taking up an MBA course then he/she will swim the ocean of sorrow at the end.
Wise students pursue MBA to enhance their skills and quality of presentation. There are mine of ways to earn lot many bucks.
So I don't agree with what you have raised.
|Anurag Gupta said: (Apr 25, 2012)|
|Hello Everyone !
First of all I would say that its a really good topic "The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money" which exactly not correct completely but yes to some extent. Everyone think of getting better in their life of which demand in the market so they go MBA but its not the surety that its provide a good money until and unless you don't have quality and skills. Off course MBA helps to develop our skills so that it can be useful in earning much more, but its wrong that only degree will boost up your earning.
Even anyone can look around and found many holding degree of MBA is also jobless so its not fact that The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money.
|Tarun Agrawal said: (Apr 16, 2012)|
|I agree with all of you and in my view MBA rush is not for getting a good jobs and great money. If you make good money then we choose other area as doctors, engineer, and scientist, others fields. But MBA is that ways which through we express our qualities, manner of thinking, innovative ideas and showing skills etc. These qualities make a successful MBA holder and I know if have these qualities we will definitely get to a good jobs.|
|Kumar052 said: (Mar 28, 2012)|
|If we see some years ago, larger population of our country was uneducated. And that time for becoming rich they was indulge in unethical and illegal activities. But today our large population are become educated with many professional courses. And working hard for earning a good money. If they want to rich then there is no problem because every one has rights and freedom to become rich. They are also contributing in economic and growth of our country and due to the these peoples our country are now becomes a big economic country.
But on the other side we see there are also some people like our leaders in parliament they are also becoming rich but they are doing these illegally and unethically. They are the main reason because of that our country is lacking with other countries in compitions. Even the MBA's are becoming rich after there effort and hard work and not doing anything wrong.
|Pooja Joshi said: (Mar 27, 2012)|
|Yes, today everyone who gets admission in MBA course wants a successful career. Students choose MBA because they think that it can provide them a good job. As its name also indicates that it is a professional course so we can say that people choose it for better employment and money. Also everyone wish to get admission in a top B-School so that he may get a perfect job. When a person get job after the MBA so his efforts will always to higher his career. The whole game is about to earn money.
So "the rush for MBA is really a rush for big money".
|Tanutanu said: (Mar 26, 2012)|
|I think money can be one of the motivating for doing an MBA but it is certainly not the only one and in case if it is, then that person cannot be a successful person in a true sense.
An mba is much more than money but only if you are passionate about it and you are not going it just for the lure of big money. This passiona and clarity of thought is so important that in each of the b schools' interview, each candidate is asked why does he/she wants to do mba. And if they find that the candidate is not clear about this, then obviously they won't select him.
Mba makes equips you with the right skills which will help you in your career of management. You need to put your consistent efforts in order to become a sucessful manager and that can only come if you that vision and not just the greed for money.
|Manoj said: (Mar 18, 2012)|
|No, I probably don't agree with this concept that "Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money, because the world is updated with various professions which would fetch a huge amount of money as salary or remuneration. Of course MBA provides the skilled MBIANs with higher financial growth but mostly people doesn't pursue for that reason.
If anyone does an MBA for financial growth then he surely would result in job dissatisfaction. It depends on the individual skills, talent, knowledge, presentation etc for pursuing an MBA. If we have such skills we would definitely have big money rushing after a perfect MBIAN.
|Karishma said: (Mar 12, 2012)|
|Rush for MBA is not a rush for big money, because there are so many other professions available in which a person grab a good salary. It totally depends on the likings of an individual. People attracted towards MBA, just because of the limelight of the business people, but they don't know that many of them are not MBA's, like Dhirubhai Ambani, Bill Gates etc. But they have created a milestone in the business world with there new idea, clear vision, hard work & without a MBA Degree. It just happens with the changing scenario of thinking. Earlier people prefer a field like doctor or engineer, because these fields marks a good impression on one's image, but now these fields are replaced by MBA or CA, CS.|
|Sagarika Guha Thakurta said: (Feb 22, 2012)|
|According to me rush for MBA is not only rush for big money. Nowadays Corporates hiring MBAs. They hired MBA's as a Management Trainee. Somebody thinking that if I getting a MBA Degree then I will get a good job with handsome package. But getting a good job or enter into a corporate world is not so easy. Corporates are hiring MBAs because they want skillful, knowledgable candidates. So corpporates want those MBIANS who can apply and utilise their skill, ability and knowledge in the organization for which they have learned in the MBA School. In present scenario competition is increasing in job market. So grab a good is not so easy. Therefore MBA is a field where candidates can develop their personality, communication skill, presentation skill, ability, knowledge etc. If candadates can develop this traits then it will help a persons whole life. So developed urself as much as you can then success will come automatically and money also.|
|Vipan Kumar said: (Feb 4, 2012)|
|In my opinion,
MBA is not a rush for big money. Because if someone like to rush for big money, He/She can also get that witout MBA. I accept that MBA is also a way to make big mone, But MBA is not the only way to do so. MBA is the way to improve our key skills, descison making power and make ourselves satisify to live in leeding organisation.
In my view we must run for our intrests, hobies etc. It will make us money as well as self-satisification.
|Bhavani said: (Jan 31, 2012)|
|I think in my point of view the MBA is only a big rush for money because in some colleges without proper faculty and what the use of paying much amount and the management will not provide placements to students.|
|Manoj Bhusal said: (Jan 13, 2012)|
|I think that rush for MBA RUSH FOR rush for big MONEY;YES BUT MBA is dreams for looking opportunities. In bachlor deegre our growth is up normally but in MBA our growth up fast because in MBA we improve our personality, skill and dicision making abality. MBA is mass business achive. In MBA we invest lakhs of mony and think that after MBA we get job with good salery.|
|Ankitha said: (Jan 12, 2012)|
|According to me the rush for MBA is not really a rush for money at least for some people. Money of course plays an important role in increasing our standard of living. But money alone cannot provide all satisfaction in a profession. And I don't consider a MBA certificate as the only means of getting a high salary. Then why do many people go for courses like medicine, piloting etc. Each individual has a set of interests, skills and special areas or settings in which he can explore himself. It may be a clinic, ship, an organization etc. And the real success lies in discovering this. If a group of people is only targeting money in their profession. Then its for sure that he'll be highly unstable in his setting.
If we are truly interested and do work hard in any profession. For sure money will obviously follow. So money is not something preliminary.
|Salis said: (Jan 11, 2012)|
|Getting a MBA degree is just not about getting a huge money. Its all about getting a chance in a reputed organisation at a decent designation with a justifiable salary package to prove his/her worthiness. Because in the current scenario, "To get something we must have something. Having something inspires us to do something extraordinary for the welfare of society as well as of the organisation."
|Robby said: (May 22, 2011)|
|I do not think that the rush for MBA is for the rush for money. Yes, it is ever present, but I believe someone who dreams of MBA is looking for a opportunities and freedom job wise. Having only a bachelor degree puts the limit to individual growth and thus doesnt lead to satisfaction. Also, people do not prefer Masters in their respective discipline because of the saturation and the lack of interest.
An MBA degree over hauls the personality of the individual, exudes confidence, guarantees satisfaction. His decision making prowess improves considerably without any expense of making a destabalising mistake both job wise and life wise.
Not to mention the prestige attached to MBA degree. Men become more suitable grooms, women becomes the target of many bachelors just because the scope it provides is limitless.
Also, consider being an entrepreneur. The only way to start a business is by accumulating initial capital. What fastest way to accumulate exp and capital than a MBA degree.
|Preeti said: (May 19, 2011)|
|Rush for MBA is definitely rush for money because if people are investing lakhs of money in order to gain that degree, obviously to get more returns than they have invested. More over a mba person has its own status he stands apart. In terms of knowledge and academics. MBA teaches and sharpen your management skills, which is the main asset of any MNC, Small firm or family owned business. A person can get a good pay package and a businessman can make profits by utilising his MBA Skills. Ultimately the goal is to make money along with your individual development.|
|Gd_Prep said: (May 3, 2011)|
In my opinion, the given topic may stand true in some instances but cannot be agreed totally.
Yes while taking an MBA degree, the candidate do thing think of the incentives attached with it but at the same time the MBA degree doesnot guarantee of getting huge salaries. After all, a person can only make big in business if he has the required leadership and managerial skills. Also how his strategies and plans prove effective in the current global market also holds significance. This tests how effective he can use his learnings from the B-school for his benefit. Moreover our country may have hundreds of B-school but how much value-addition they are doing too matters.
|Sachin Kumar said: (May 1, 2011)|
|The rush of MBA not for big money because in sense of big money means when you take admission in Top most B school i.e, IIM. Other than top B school no any grantee to get good job. Generally do MBA after graduation for taking specialization in any field which help for getting a job.
When some one do MBA after engineering that may be two reasons behind this.
1. They want paper work (not want plant/operation duty).
2. They want rise very fast in organisation by help of certificate.
|Susant said: (Mar 5, 2011)|
|In my point of view, the rush for MBA is really a rush for big money. Its correct. The students join in MBA either aim to make huge money or just wants hike their salary, but however if a student wants to make him/her entry through out the corporate sector then must have some extra ordinary outlook with a positive attitude and good personality, which comes from MBA.|
|Neha said: (Feb 17, 2011)|
|The rush for MBA is a big rush for money. Its true. Every person doing MBA have only purpose to get good salary and earn more money. No doubt MBA degree doesn't gives guarrante to have hike in the salaries but its in your own hand to choose right job or good company for completing your wishes or to get good salary. If a person doesn't get good salary but behind all this he did MBA only for good earnings.It also increase our reputation and money makes reputation. so its completely correct.......
|Veena said: (Feb 15, 2011)|
|The rush for MBA is a big rush for money.
Strictly speaking here at this juncture, in this ever changing scenario, money rules the world. It doesn't mean that we only have a craze for money and go in the pursuit of MBA degree but of course we can make money but can't win our self satisfaction until and unless we do justice to our work. Mastery in Business administration is not merely a degree beside one's name but it also implies one only becomes a master if and only if he can manage the entire business withstanding all the hurdles coming across one's life.
On the whole, I can say that MBA has become a lure for everyone who has completed graduation and tempting them to go in that track.
|Saicharan said: (Feb 15, 2011)|
|I don't think the rush for MBA is really a rush for big money. Every person won't get a good salary as soon as MBA is completed. It depend's upon the skill and temperament of the person to satisfy the organisation with his intellectual ideas and to bag a good salary and some people will study MBA course for developing their own business.|
|Malay said: (Feb 7, 2011)|
|Ya I think the perception of student thought that after doing MBA they got fame or money well it is not true it may get struggle due to uncontrolled situation of market or recession or etc.. So the rush for MBA is really rush for big money is not necessaries.|
|Jayantkumar Joshi said: (Jan 7, 2011)|
|I think all the students join MBA don't aim only money but also a reputable position. In industries, today, Administrators/Managers must have some extra ordinary outlook with excellent information and through proper education & institution. This is the basic and important qualification for being a successful manager having smart sized salary. Thus, for better position with better money students choose MBA.|
|Richa said: (Dec 22, 2010)|
|when a student join a B-school what is in his mind?
He dreams of getting job after he completes his degree(definitely there are exception), he either tries to be a part of any organisation or he becomes entrepreneur.the basic thing behind both of these is to earn money.
there are other courses as well which help in earning money but it is MBA which helps in earning money faster, there fore there is large number of aspirants of MBA and this is the reason for the large number of B schools opening these days.
|Manish said: (Dec 20, 2010)|
|I think this is not true. The reason behind it is- there are a lot of sectors where one can make the money for examples-scientist,engineer,doctors etc. There are 'n' no. of people who think having a degree of MBA means lots of money but they are forgetting one major truth delivering the successful work brings praise and then you got the money. Even the today's employed MBA graduates know whether their degree is worthy or not?|
|Shailesh said: (Dec 14, 2010)|
|Yes, Now a days most of the students do MBA just for earning fast money, keeping all their interests aside. To be creative and innovative it doesn't need a MBA degree, its just your own ability to think outside the box. But in order to learn corporate management you must be trained for that which comes from MBA and getting a MBA degree will really act as an add-on for any individual.|
|Pradeep Kumar said: (Dec 10, 2010)|
|What I have seen that people who have skills in any industry can earn more than an MBA degree holder, Holding a degree does not guarantee that we will be offered higher package. It totally depends on the skill set and ability.|
|Sonali said: (Dec 5, 2010)|
|I agree with Priyanka its really true rush in MBA is a rush of big money. Itz also true that now a days one who achieves maximum degree in different fields are more preferable in better companies. If one is achieving his wants by rushing big money then in my opinion there is nothing worse over here.|
|Niraj said: (Nov 27, 2010)|
|If a person who is opting for MBA than his intelligence and thinking capability should be entirely different from a normal person. It is also true that intelligence is not in birth, it is got by visualization and action. And if a person is intelligent than he will surely get a good MBA college only to get good position in an organisation and the money will automatically come to him. So rush for MBA is not a rush for money.|
|Sneha said: (Nov 9, 2010)|
|I completely agree with Neetu that pursuing MBA doesn't make a person the best, there must be some managerial skills too. There are lot of burning examples of greatest entrepreneur they build up their own industry without having the MBA degree. But for a few decades it has been a trend to do MBA whether they are capable of managing themselves or not. But not for all some are really talented and they have the skills to manage others so it is partially correct that rush for MBA is a rush for money.|
|Lino said: (Nov 3, 2010)|
|How can we say that MBA is only rush for MONEY it is a management studies it denotes how to behave in the CORPORATES. No other course completely dealing with CORPORATES.|
|Amit said: (Oct 28, 2010)|
|Ya I think that the rush for MBA is rush for big money because if you have completed your degree with any of the colleges which is not so good and if you will do MBA afterwards then surely you can expect a good salary in any multinational company. So I can say that the rush for MBA is rush for money only now a days.|
|Neetu said: (Oct 2, 2010)|
|The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money. Is really true. But every MBA degree holder doesn't gets a guarantee to have hike in their salaries. And every MBA degree holder doesn't proves to be the best manager with a degree. Management skills are ones ability to manage.
These skills doesn't comes with a degree. But one can improve these through a degree. Only. For 10% of the MBA'S this quotation proves true. As one with only a MBA degree is not hired. They are judged with their management skills only. And only for them this quotation proves true.
|Swathi said: (Oct 1, 2010)|
|Sorry for not agreeing with you all friends. But MBA is not only about dealing with the money matters properly and making big money that is especially about well administration of all the different departments of any organisation or business that leads you to earn better than any other field. And also I would like to mention here that no one millionaire has a root of entirely MBA. They have achieved it with their own talent and skills and later on improved them with MBA.|
|Priti said: (Oct 1, 2010)|
|I agree with my friend Harshith. Most of the students selects MBA as their PG only because they know that relatively, in this field there is much scope for earning more money. Specially higher middle classed people who wants to earn money as fast as they can. As usual in this case also there may be some exceptions but they are negligible. So I agree the statement "the rush for MBA is really the rush for money".|
|Bhavna said: (Sep 22, 2010)|
|Well, doing MBA definitely gives us good Job. But it depend upon us. In which skill we have interest. Ambani, bill gates they not done MBA but they manage their business well and rush money. Here MBA is not point of view. If any one interest in management they definitely do MBA.|
|Priyanka said: (Sep 21, 2010)|
|The Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money. Is really true. But every MBA degree holder doesn't gets a guarantee to have hike in their salaries. And every MBA degree holder doesn't proves to be the best manager with a degree. Management skills are ones ability to manage. These skills doesn't comes with a degree. But one can improve these through a degree. Only. For 10% of the MBA'S this quotation proves true. As one with only a MBA degree is not hired. They are judged with their management skills only. And only for them this quotation proves true:).|
|Praveen Kumar said: (Sep 14, 2010)|
|In my view the main reason of getting MBA degree because if any person is done 10th, 12th and graduation. But he did not get 60% criteria in 10th, 12th and graduation. So that person always think that if I will do MBA than we can get job very simply. And after getting MBA+exp. So we can get good job in market with good salary. And after getting experience no matter of criteria.|
|Thanu And Sunil said: (Jul 8, 2010)|
|Yes i agree with the statement, most of the students join MBA course aiming high salaries in the future and deserves high position in very short period. most of the students spend lakhs together for MBA and they look for good returns on investment(ROI)as MBA teach us that.|
|Harpreet Singh Bhatia said: (Jul 1, 2010)|
|I agree with u Harshlith. Even most of the person want to do mba because they know after getting experience and go for mba will be a hike in a salary.if someone wants to establish his/her business he can even do without mba. Most of the practical examples are Ambani's, Tata, Birla. So mba is (MONEY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)|
|Vjnreddy said: (Jun 25, 2010)|
|At present days people are studying/looking for money purpose only. for eg: why most of the people looking for m.b.a means if they complete m.b.a they will know how to make market.
some students looking for MBA to learn leadership qualities.
|Harshith said: (Jun 24, 2010)|
|Of course , MBA is the best option for people who wish to be a millionaires. But not all MBA holders are such candidates. There may be some who have the goal of taking a small company to international level like Dhirubhai Ambani etc . But most prefer MBA for sake of money as they have spent much while receiving it's education .
However , I agree with this concept that "Rush for MBA is really a Rush for Big Money."
|Deepika said: (Jun 15, 2010)|
|no i dont think so bcoz many people taking only mba degree and they go for their own business they do not join multinational compnies|
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