Business Schools in India are growing up
B Schools in India are diversifying their programs to attract the world market by providing the courses in marketing management etc. and therefore, contributing to this transformation process because they are run in a businesslike fashion. There are above 950 B-schools in India approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (A.I.C.T.E.) in many categories.
The sudden spurt in B schools has also raised concerns about the quality and the need for regulatory mechanisms among industry and academia captains. In India, ranking surveys come out with different sets of rankings for B schools.
Some salient features
A perusal of the course structure of B-schools shows a well-knitted component in core and also elective courses from different areas of concentrations. These schools are also assisted by their international affiliates in the design and update of the curriculum.
They offer number of courses, among them, course inhuman resource management throughout the supply-chain is vital for success. It is clear that regional growth being paradoxical; with the many factors that converge to create business barriers and inertia to career satisfaction, that there is an increasing requirement for human resource management throughout the supply chain.
The region has been attempting to shake off the manacles of a tradition of hiring on the cheap. It has translated to loss of opportunity and business inefficiency. Organizations that treat the human side of business as nothing more than a commodity are committing a business sin, for they are creating weakness within the very fabric of the company.
Weakness in times of increasing business opportunity and competitive threat is unhealthy. Businesses fail and career paths are cut-short.
Really! Business schools are growing in India to overcome all the weaknesses.
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