Management & Marketing - Career Queries

If you have the right business model, but fail to implement it, it is the management team at fault. But if you have a poor business model, sometimes the management team can turn the model into a successful. Management is important because it provides organization and leadership to a group of people or employees.

The National Institute of Technology (NIT) and National Institute of Technology (IIT) are the greatest Engineering Institutes in India which are like a dream of every student who want to make his/her career in engineering field. NIT is ranked among the top 10 engineering institutes of the country and is also recognised by throughout the world. There are many colleges under NIT which provide MCA courses in order to search the best colleges under NIT, visit the link provided, link:- / NIT offers Engineering Courses and a candidate may get the admission after qualifying the AIEEE Examination

3 answers Nidhi Arora in Management & Marketing category

Dear friend, many thank fro your question, here you have not mentioned that what is your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. In way the CareerGuide.com will definitely help you solve your query. As you have mentioned that you wish to become manger in your career and you want to be a boss in the office. I really appreciate your career pathway which you want to achieve. The manager in any company is a responsible person, who has academic background of management. If you are in school, then you should opt BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and then MBA, you may d

5 answers Renu in Management & Marketing category

Dear Mitali, thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com! Congratulations for your achievement! Shortlisting in top institutions is indeed big achievement. Considering the ranking and nature of the course (BBA+MBA), I would recommend you to take up course from IIM-Indore. In today's market, masters education is essential. IIM Indore will also fetch you good placement opportunities. I agree with Vaibhav and Dr. Anand's suggestion. Without any delay, take informed decision and secure admission in the most appropriate institution based on recommendations from different career experts. Hope this is

3 answers Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD in Management & Marketing category

Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!In Today's fast-paced market scenario, the role of Business Analyst (BA) lends great value to an organization.- a BA is a genralist capable of fucntioning competently in a diverse roles.Outsourcing has become a mainstray in our global economy. Large corporations reduce their operation cost by seeking out the same work quality at lower costs. By outsourcing, a distance between business stakeholder and the programmer is created, creating the need for higher quality and more precise analysis, including creation of documents and fucntional specifiactions, has risen. Wit

2 answers Rahul Shinde in Management & Marketing category

Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!In Today's fast-paced market scenario, the role of Business Analyst (BA) lends great value to an organization. - a BA is a generalist capable of functioning competently in diverse roles.Outsourcing has become a mainstray in our global economy. Large corporations reduce their operation cost by seeking out the same work quality at lower costs. By outsourcing, a distance between business stakeholder and the programmer is created, creating the need for higher quality and more precise analysis, including creation of documents and functional specifications, has risen. Wit

2 answers Rahul Shinde in Management & Marketing category

Hello Aspiring to do an MBA is an excellent decision for your future career. You haven't mentioned on any about your educational background. To study an MBA, students need to have ideally taken up the 10+2+3 route or the 10+2+4 route. This means, after tenth and twelfth you should have either completed a three year bachelors degree or a four year bachelors degree. If you have followed either of these routes, then you are absolutely eligible to study an MBA. Next, having some work experience: An MBA with some prior work experience is definitely essential for a person to survive on the

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Hello Anuj, First upon, you need to know the fact that the Percentile system of scoring does not depend on how many questions one is able to attend but on the collective performance of all the competitors  who appear in the related exam. There are many Business Schools in India like IIMs and other which impart admissions for students on the basis of percentile score obtained in concerned exams like CAT, etc. The Aspirants appear in the exam and their performance in that entrance exam measured in the percentile system. Let us know about Percentile System. For certain observations or

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Hello Dalia,   Oh I feel so sorry for you.  No course can be compared to the course you like or have an interest towards. My whole intention here would be trying to see if you could save your eyesight as well as pursue the course too. What if, there is ample light provided to you, plus you are allowed to take breaks whenever required, use some eye drops, splash water and get some extra time to complete your assignments. Speak to your doctor as well as your college authorities. Exceptions are made by colleges.   Reason I am saying is because even if you pursue BBA or any other co

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Hello Himanshu, Good question asked. Financial management, which mainly deals with accounts, balance sheet and other financial aspects, if this is Math, then yes, whether you pursue an undergraduate management course like BBA or BMS or MBA, you would have to study Financial management as a subject. Wish you good luck...

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