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20th April 2010, 03:07 PM
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Should I go for Regular MBA or Distance MBA? Which MBA schools are there in Hyderabad?


Hi,

I am Ganesh Padhyaya and i am looking for MBA course to do is it better to have regular MBA or Distance MBA and what are the University does we have in Hyderabad





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20th May 2011, 06:48 AM
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Y8u shoul0 do regular cource in MBA The BEST school is
HYDERABAD BUSSINESS SCHOOL
contact Details of Hyderabad Business School (GITAM University) * Contact No.: 04023301166 , 9441914239 9542422444 Email: [email protected] Website: www.ghbs.in Address: Campus Address: GITAM University, Hyderabad Campus Rudraram, Patancheru Mandal, Medak Dist. 502329 /,City Office Address: 6-2-913 /914 , IIndFloor ProgressiveTowers Kairatabad, /,Hyderabad,India- * For Course: MBA (Master of Business Administration) Contact Name: Mr.Krishnachand Contact No.: 04023301166 , 9542424261 Email: [email protected]
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20th May 2011, 12:04 PM
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hi sir,
The One-year Full-time Program

Presently, in India, the Hyderabad-based International School of Business (ISB), XLRI in Jamshedpur and Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM), Chennai offer One-year Post-Graduate Programs in Management. These programs are often aimed at working professionals and are also called Executive MBAs.

In the year 2005, IIM Ahmedabad and SP Jain, Mumbai launched one-year programs. While the former, starting in April 2006, is a residential program with 70 seats meant exclusively for those with seven to ten years of work experience, the latter offers specializations in the fields of manufacturing and operations, IT and information management for students with minimum five years experience.


Advantages


* Your existing work, industry experience and job skills can save you a significant amount of time in completing your MBA.
* You are able to customize your studies to suit your specific needs.
* The intensive learning environment encourages knowledge enhancement above and beyond normal academic learning.
* The intensity of the one-year part-time MBA program encourages competitiveness and achievement.
* The program includes placements, visiting faculty from industry , and most of all, it helps you build an intensive network with fellow students who will be entering the industry.


Disadvantages


* There is no break between your course; therefore it doesn’t offer you an opportunity for internship.
* Some employers who require MBAs for career advancement or promotions do not consider a one-year program a favorable option. Make sure that your potential employer will accept this type of MBA program before you decide to enroll.
Read about the entrances of one-year full-time MBA program



MBA Part-time

Thinking about changing your career, or accelerating along the path of your current career? Thinking about doing an MBA? Through part-time MBA you will expand your existing knowledge base. It will open your eyes to new opportunities. This requires as many courses as a full-time program and the classes are for a longer duration. In other words, it may take you three to five years to complete your MBA in a part-time program as opposed to a two-year full-time program. MDI Gurgaon, NMIMS Mumbai and SP Jain Mumbai are some of the reputed B-schools that offer part-time MBA courses.


Advantages


* The part-time program is particularly appealing to people who wish to advance their existing career.
* Courses are scheduled to take place before or after your regular working hours.
* Real-life situations and problems can be incorporated in the classroom sessions where solutions can be explored.
* If the company you work for is ready to fund your part-time MBA course through tuition fee assistance, it is an ideal choice.


Disadvantages


* Because the course is spread out over a longer time span, tuition assistance is not always available.
* Part time MBA programs have the same specialization opportunities as other MBA program variants like the full-time course but some offer only a small number of concentrated study courses and emphasize the core curriculum.
* Work-related travel or relocation may become an obstacle in completing a part-time MBA.
Read about the entrances of part-time MBA



Distance-learning MBA Programs

A distance-learning MBA program is a great alternative for people whose schedule does not allow them to go for regular and frequent trips to a campus location. In India three IIMs (Kozhikode, Bangalore and Kolkata), NMIMS Mumbai and XLRI are some of the premier B-schools that offer this option. The schools that offer a distance-learning module, have a proper entrance test modeled on similar lines as CAT.


Advantages


* It requires little or no commuting which saves time and money.
* The course allows you to pursue your career when it is convenient for you.
* The course pace, sequence and style of the learning are left up to you.
* Learning resources are just a click away making it easy to access the teacher, fellow students or an online library.
* Allows a broader perspective by interacting online with people from other parts of the world.


Disadvantages


* Isolates the students. Personal and societal interaction become limited restricting interaction.
* The students need to be highly disciplined and motivated to work independently.
* The students need to be Internet savvy.
* It does not offer motivation that arises out of competition, which is built in a classroom environment.
Read about the entrances of distant-learning MBA



Specialized MBAs

Such programs offer ample opportunities for hands-on experience and research as well as the right kind of placements. This is brought about by the fact that most of these schools have close links with corporates belonging to the respective fields, for example, between IRMA and Amul and the National Diary Development Board; or KJ Somaiya and Pantaloon.

In India, the options include rural management (Institute of Rural Management, Anand, Gujarat; NMIMS, Mumbai), forest management (Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal), retail management (KJ Somaiya and Welingkar, Mumbai), telecom management (IIT-Delhi), insurance management (NMIMS, Mumbai), human resource management (XLRI, MDI, TISS) among others.
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20th May 2011, 01:09 PM
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MBA regular is the best option then the MBA distance. But it completely depend on you that what you want to do if you are not doing any work then go for MBA regular if you are doing any work and also want to do further study then MBA distance is the best option. As we know that regular degree course is the most valuable then the distance courses but now a day most of the people are doing the distance courses.

The universities which are located in Hyderabad are here

• University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
• Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad
• Central Institute of English & Foreign Languages, Hyderabad
• Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad
• National Institute of Technology
• Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad
• Maulana Azad National Urdu Univesity, Hyderabad
• NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
• Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad
• Osmania University, Hyderabad
• Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad
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20th May 2011, 04:58 PM
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Default Re: Should I go for Regular MBA or Distance MBA? Which MBA schools are there in Hyderabad?

I give some top colleges for MBA Course. I think MBA will be better -

Administrative Staff College Of India (ASCI)

B.R.Ambedkar Open University

Badruka College P.G. Centre

Badruka Institute of Foreign Trade

Pendikanti Institute of Management

All the best!
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20th May 2011, 05:54 PM
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You will need to select the option that suits you the best. If possible go in for a full time course. If you are unable to quit your job due to certain reasons then you can go in for part time. ICFAI in Hyderabad is a popular institute. For part time you can choose between institutes like IGNOU, Symbiosys etc.
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20th May 2011, 08:33 PM
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Professional course should always be done as a regular student. As they yield much better opportunities and helps in making of a complete student.

MBA is a good PG course. It will be good for you to do it through regular pattern as companies looks up only for regular students.

And also there is no use of specialisation course if done through distance education.


Colleges in Hyderabad for MBA course are:

1. University College of Commerce & Business Management

2. Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering & Technology

3. St. Joseph Degree & PG College

4. Nova Degree College

5. C.P. & A.S. University College for Women

6. Hyderabad School of Business & Science
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2nd July 2011, 03:54 PM
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Dear sir Is there any difference between regular and correspondence M.B.A.programme certificates?
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17th July 2012, 02:35 PM
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One should always prefer regular study for professional courses. You must go for regular study. Hyderabad University is best one, you can go for it.

Best Colleges at Hyderabad:

1. University College of Commerce & Business Management

2. Nova Degree College

3. C.P. & A.s. University College for women

4. Hyderabad School of Business & Science

5. St. Joseph Degree & PG College
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