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The MBA Scenario: Are Colleges Adopting Correct Methodology?

It has long been known that MBA colleges equip the students with the most comprehensive knowledge regarding the fields of specialization they choose. Traditionally, the business management colleges used to groom all students under the same syllabi for one year, and then offer specialized courses in the second. But nowadays, several MBA colleges offer students specialization in the fields they choose prior their joining the institute. Though the top business management institutes still follow the traditional method, private and newer colleges, which have been set up less than 20 years ago, follow the more recent trend.

Of course, every one knows that focus is a prerequisite for any individual, more so for one with managerial ambitions. But many a times, people see a profession and find themselves suitable; they do not explore their capabilities in other professional streams. This can be proven by the stupendous number of students who pursue business management after completing graduation in, say, engineering, science or mathematics. In similar fashion, a student who chooses marketing as his field of specialization might find his capabilities better suited for finance.

So, are the newer MBA colleges correct in adopting the methodologies of fixing the streams of expertise upon the students’ arrival, without letting them check their potential in other professions that may intrigue him/her?

 

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