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sensak
sensak asks:
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What is the procedure for studying MBA?

i want study MBA course.what is the procedure for that?
In Topics: College admissions tests, Getting ready for college
> 60 days ago

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kat_eden
kat_eden , Parent writes:
Hello - there are lots of different kinds of MBA programs from full time on campus programs (that usually take two years) to part time on campus programs (that cater to working professionals and usually take about 4 years) to online courses.  There are even Executive MBA programs that let experienced managers get an MBA by attending courses over a year or two of weekends.  

Most admissions offices require candidates to take the GMAT as part of their application for MBA programs.

So depending on how much time (and money) you have available, there are lots of different options for you to consider.

Hope this helps!

Kat
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nehavachass2003
nehavachass... writes:
Regular course procedure is a long procedure in that to fill a form face exam an then enter in a college.

In second way if you are interested in a distance mba program then contact to a distance learning center.
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piushagarwal
piushagarwal writes:
Hi Sensak, First of all I would like to mention that there are two type of MBA Program one is regular for which you have to appear for an entrance exam and other is distance MBA in which you can complete your education while working, If you are interested in distance MBA Program checkout the link where you can find out course details, admission Process, Eligibility & Fees.
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Aaroncgray
Aaroncgray writes:
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The required academic qualification for MBA is a candidate who has completed his graduation with any stream with minimum 50% marks in his graduation from any recognized university.
There is no age limit.
You need to write entrance exam to get admission into MBA course.
The various entrance exams to join MBA are as follows.
-CAT (Common Admission Test)

-MAT(Management Aptitude Test)

-GMAT(Graduate Management Admission Test)

-XAT

-SNAP etc.
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57 days ago

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Devdatta_Divekar
Devdatta_Di... writes:
To take up MBA course, you are required to undergo All India level admission tests like CAT, ATMA, JMET. After clearing entrance exams, you can admission to in the concerned institute where you will be required to clear 3 phases of the admission procedure including, Written Examination, GD and Personal Interview.

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deenamathew
deenamathew writes:
The procedure to join MBA course is as follows.

The required academic qualification for MBA is a candidate who has completed his graduation with any stream with minimum 50% marks in his graduation from any recognized university. There is 5% marks relaxation for SC/ST candidates.

There is no age limit.

You need to write entrance exam to get admission into MBA course.

The various entrance exams to join MBA are as follows.

-CAT (Common Admission Test)

-MAT(Management Aptitude Test)

-GMAT(Graduate Management Admission Test)

-XAT

-SNAP etc.

As you are already in the 2nd year of your Bachelors degree in commerce,I suggest you to prepare for the entrance exams for MBA now itself as it is not too late now.

The entrance exams for MBA in one of the toughest exams in the world with high number of compitents and you really need to study and work hard to get admission in good colleges.

Entrance exams for MBA in India

CAT - Common Admission Test by IIMs

MAT - Management Aptitude Test by AIMA

XAT - MBA Entrance Test by XLRI Jamshedpur

JMET - Joint Management Entrance Test by IITs

SNAP - Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP)

ATMA - AIMS Test for Management Admission

MAH-CET Maharashtra MBA Common Entrance Test

FMS Delhi University Entrance Test Faculty of Management Studies

IGNOU OPENMAT - Indira Gandhi National Open University Management Admission Test

IBSAT - ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test


As you have not mentioned your lacality its difficult to give details of the coaxching e=centres for mBA entrance exams in your local city.

And also try to get a good academic performance as it is also considered while making the admission.

You should have

GOOD SPEAKING ABILITY
ENGLISH FLUENCY
LEADERSHIP QUALITY etc etc

However I'll give you the list of top MBA coaching centres in India.
20 days ago

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