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Eligibility& admission criteria for business management courses

Business management is the most sought after higher education among a sizeable population of students and young professionals. If you too want to pursue a management course, you should educate yourself about the eligibility and admission criteria.

For this course, you need to be a graduate with a minimum of 50% or should have an equivalent qualification. If you are in the final year of the course, you can still apply for the course but you have to furnish the copy of the mark sheet of the final year within a certain amount of period of the commencement of the management program i.e. you have to complete your graduation.

For applying for a diploma/degree or a professional programme in business management, you have to clear entrance tests. While a large number of management institutes accept CAT/MAT scores for admission, there are other institutes which conduct their own aptitude and entrance tests. You need to clear written tests, personality tests and participate in Group Discussions and finally appear for the Personal Interview. After clearing the tests and interview, you can take admission in a B School.

How WLCI is different from other B-schools

So what’s different about WLCI? What are the core factors that make this B-school stand apart from the crowd of B-schools. Well, there are several things that set the college apart from the hordes of other B-schools mushrooming in every part of the country. Here, we would like to discuss 3 major factors that will help you know how ‘different’ WLCI is from others.

The first differential is in terms of the superior content which is prepared in close association with the Industry. WLCI has set up the ‘Employers Council’ which comprises of Vice Presidents, General Managers of top companies who are involved in developing the course content. The WLCI Employers Council set up in 1998 today comprises of 300 senior professionals who have been closely involved in developing and modifying the content to meet the current requirements of the industry. These members are representative of organizations which are the largest recruiters in the industry. Other B-schools do not focus on such industry-oriented content.

The second thing which differentiates WLCI from other B-schools is its faculty which comprises of highly experienced and qualified trainers and mentors from the industry itself. The faculty and the programme managers at WLCI include professionals who have relevant experience in the industry and have achieved success in their respective field. WLCI makes the students accessible to the best minds from the industry under whose guidance they get a thorough understanding of their chosen field. This gives them a competitive edge over students of other B-schools who do not provide students faculty working in the industry itself. Few examples of the seasoned faculty of WLCI include Mr. Mayur Satyavrat, Director HR, Viacom 18; Mr. Ranjan Sarkar, Head- Corporate HR, RPG and there are many more from whom WLCI students are benefitting a lot.

The third factor which sets WLCI apart from other business schools is the excellent teaching methodology comprising of the highly acclaimed ‘Traineeship Programme’. The WLCI teaching method gives the students the traineeship advantage enabling them to work part-time along with their business management programme. This way they get assessed and trained by the industry professionals who give them a deep understanding of what is being taught in class. Also, WLCI students earn an attractive stipend during their training which enables them to compensate for a major part of their tuition fee. No other b-school or institute in the country provides such modern teaching methodology during a business management course.
The aforementioned factors truly set apart WLCI from other B-schools. For further information on the WLCI B-school, feel free to visit http://www.wlci.in/.