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Today education sector is highly commercialized, many diploma mills and other mba scams exist, intent on tricking prospective students into paying tuition money in exchange for worthless degrees and diplomas that will not prepare you for any kind of career. It is especially important for you to check a school’s background and accreditation – and to look out for red flags – during your search for the perfect school.
Accreditation is a good indicator of a school’s level of education quality. Typically, accreditation is awarded to a school once it has met an acceptable level of quality in regards to higher education. There are accreditation councils in India such as NAAC, AICTE etc.
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You have raised a very important point for discussion.
Sadly there are many institutes which fool students by presenting cooked up data and false information about their infrastructure, teaching and other aspects.
Only thing you should remember while choosing an MBA course is its recognition, which you should check from AICTE or the respective University website. Do not rely on the past history of salary packages and companies that come for campus interviews.
Any course you choose, the only important thing you should remember is that your own efforts, eagerness to learn and separate hardwork to build your skills will matter the most and not just the degree certificate.
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