MBA in India is highly Over-rated

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Ankit Kumar patna said:   3 years ago
Yes, In India, many things are Overrated, but those things have demand in a market that is why it is overrated MBA is not a waste of time but is beneficial for all us whether it is from Science, Commerce, Arts or Hotel Industry. It is up to the people how they can do and many things is that if you are doing MBA you have learned something from it and apply in real life whether it is corporate life. I have seen many people after 4 years of exp they are going for full-time MBA, many people will say their opinion but at the end, in my opinion, neither leaning can be waste or degree can be waste.
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Anshuman Kulshreshtha said:   5 years ago
According to me, MBA is a good professional degree but not compulsory. Why it necessary is because anyone from any education background like since art commerce can opt it as his post-graduation. Why it not necessary is most of the big businessmen are not even graduated and still they are entertaining the excellence in the industry. Apart from good or bad come to the conclusion MBA is a professional degree which enables a particular student to know about the all department of an organization that he or she can able to perform his desired job. Thank you.
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Divya jain said:   5 years ago
No, it is not true. There are many benefits of doing an MBA. It gives you a better job, salary and work experience. But still some students are not able to get a good job after MBA. It can be done with the help of internship.
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Ashvy said:   6 years ago
Yes, In India many things are Overrated, but those things have demand in a market that is why it is overrated MBA is not a waste of time but is beneficial for all us whether it is from Science, Commerce, Arts or Hotel Industry. It is up to the people how they can do and many thing is that if you are doing MBA you have learn something from it and apply in real life whether it is corporate life. I have seen many people after 4 years of exp they are going for full time MBA, many people will say their opinion but at the end, in my opinion, neither leaning can be waste or degree can be waste.
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Kusum gupta said:   6 years ago
Hi,

MBA is the professional course where we collect the managerial skill and knowledge and help me build my career in finance marketing.

MBA because it helps you to learn how to organise yourself and then to synchronise it with the responsibility and roles you are handling in any faces of your life.

Whether it is an organisation or when it comes to work-life balance.
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Priya said:   6 years ago
I don't think MBA is overrated but those students who did MBA are not willing to work in India because of the money they have spent for the education and every one in the world likes to take back the money which they are invested right.
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Akhil said:   7 years ago
Hello Everyone,

It requires no discussion to say that MBA is the best thing that can bring life changing career.

One needs to consider the demand that is given to the MBA holders through placements.

It is really breathtaking.

A succesfull company owner will not hier low talent for great amount, that indeed can say the demand it has.

We should also consider the resources we need in our country.

A fast growing country like India not only requires a good engineer but also a good administration.

A talent not used the best is wasted.

So,

I say MBA is not overrated because of the illusions of the aspirants but because of the high demand in need of the right administration and management.
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Mukesh said:   7 years ago
Yes, MBA is highly overrated in India.

The reason is money minded students.

We can take the example of IIT students. After completing their graduation from a prestigious institute of our country, instead of making a contribution to the country through there technical skills and knowledge, they opt to go for MBA to earn more money.

Another reason might be the increase in no of graduate students every year. There is less job opportunity and they decide to go for MBA to seek a good job.
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Shivam said:   7 years ago
Yeah, I agree with this it highly overrated because no other course is better than MBA. If I talk about ca and cs there is negative marking and the passing result is only 3% every year. What should do the student obviously he/she is going in MBA. No any single college who done the MBA less than 5lakhs rupees every college fees is more than it and it gives no possibility to provide good placement.
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Shuvs said:   7 years ago
Hi all,

While talking about the topic we should firstly keep one thing in our mind that after doing graduation and even also having a decent years of work experience we might fail to properly manage any business situation or systematic organization of resources for an organization in long run. That's how MBA comes into the picture in order to fill the gap. Although there are a handful no of institutes for MBA in India and the cost for the degree is bit high but if you are in some decent college you will definately learn something which won't be taught in graduation or in working field. MBA gives you the opportunity to learn about the managerial skills, the problem solving skills, the decision making skills and many more which would be really helpful in order to shape your business. And probably that's the reason for the companies to offer higher packages for MBA graduate. It is the most diversified field which anyone from any field can opt for and it will help them to sustain in long run.
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