Education System in Private B-School
With Special Reference to Indore City


By

Mr.Upendra Singh Panwar
Asst. Professor
Mr. Robin Neema
Asst. Professor
Lt. Col. (Retd.) Dr.V.K.Gautam
Professor
Modern Institute of Professional Studies
Indore
 


I. OVERVIEW

Development of education has traversed through a long journey amidst a variety of socio-political ideologies and aspirations, successfully delivering an educational system with a stamp of class, depth, vibrancy and relevance, strong and dynamic with vigor and clean. The present work deals with this long journey wherein, in spite of variety and change, one thing that stands out for education in India is the social amenability and acceptance that runs through its entire body structure transforming education into a social category: education for the society, and in and through the society. At no stage of its protected evolution was there an evidence of a schism between the two, each drawing strength and support from one another, nor were the individual aims of education ever at variance with the social aims: such was the hold of the one on the other.

MBA- The MBA (Master of Business Administration) is an internationally recognized and geographically portable post-graduate, post-experience academic course in a number of subjects that  together  can be said to constitute  the  science of management 
It is intended for those who work in business and management who seek career advancement, business ownership, or technical skills and business knowledge.

MANAGEMENT AREAS -

Functional areas of management comprise

  • Human Resource Management
  • Operations Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Information Management
  • Financial Management 

At the end of an MBA program, the graduate emerges with an upper level knowledge of functional managerial and business issues as well as new conceptual skills ready to meet the demands that are set by the competitive business environment.                                                                                                             

SCOPE AFTER MBA-

The scope for a MBA graduate is unparalleled. Apart from attractive pay packets and placements being offered at college-level itself, it opens doors to various sectored opportunities. The corporate world has seen many MBA professionals occupying top slots in the corporate ladder.

Today, a Management Degree has become an attractive proposition, as there are attractive entry level salaries (including $ salaries offered by some MNC's) and typically, a Management Graduate gets absorbed into a Company through the Campus Placement Program of the Institute. The MBA Program offers a lucrative career option to both experienced professionals as well as fresh graduates.

Apart from Corporate careers, one can opt for entrepreneurship, work in co-operatives, NGO's as the opportunities are literally unlimited.

II. RATIONALE OF THE STUDY

To know about the different kinds of facility in private B-School and to find out the various factor for choosing B-School by the survey of students.

We can know the present scenario of private B-school in Indore.

III. OBJECTIVE OF STUDY

1. To know the education system of B-School by studying each and every aspect of B-School.
2. To study the availability & quality of faculty in private B-School
3. To study the extra Curriculum activities other than university Syllabus in the private B-School.
4. To study various factor for choosing B-School among the students.
5. To study the placement activity of the private B-School

IV. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

A) The Study The study was an exploratory study which aims to study the education system of private B- School in Indore.

B) The Sample

This study included Private B-School in Indore city. The purposive sampling method was used to select sample. The sample size consists of 43 nos. of B-School and 100 nos. of respondent Students

From each selected B-School, respondents were selected and the no. of questionnaires was 10 in each sample.

C) The Tools

A detailed taxonomy based questionnaire was used for personal view of students.

D) Data Collection

The useful data was collected from both primary and secondary source of information. Data Collection was mainly done through questionnaire. Some non-structure conversation and talks also had their valuable place in work.
 

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Source: E-mail March 4, 2011

          

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