Why Non Branded MBA Are Under Paid
- Why HR of MNC Prefer Hiring Branded MBA’S
Today the world is all about Brands, People wear Brands, eat Brands, listen to Brands, and they’re constantly telling others about the Brands they love. A strong Brand is critical to generating referrals. You yourself are a Brand in today’s social, corporate & competitive world and Branding differentiate you amongst others. As a Brand, you represent the different Brands you are associated with, in this context, your education.
Talk about a job interview or a business meeting, a major impression of yours gets built basis the reputation of institute you graduated from. Top schools are believed to produce top students. Thus selecting a reputed Brand becomes very crucial while pursuing higher education, especially where students spend tons on their education as this is one of the key factor for their career growth and in the rising tide of expectation, we all are looking for measurable return of investments on our education – in terms of academic qualities, facilities, and most importantly employability.
Talking about employability and career opportunities, MBA is one of the degrees with better career opportunities and salary potential. The degree provides a holistic development of managerial skills through exposure to case studies, teaching, industry training, consultancy and research and interaction with various industry leaders.
All these aspects in management education help students to inculcate practical and efficient skillsets required in the industry. When management students enter the corporate arena of the global business environment where challenges faced by organizations are of a dynamic nature, they not only efficiently identify various issues but also come up with best possible solutions to tackle them through their developed skillsets.
Why HR of MNC prefer hiring Branded MBA’S
1.Training Critical Thinkers
An MBA can evaluate a company by looking at its financials, but that's not why employers want them. They also ask if the numbers make sense in terms of other realities. The process of earning the degree teaches MBAs to think critically. "That's a vital skill that can help, no matter what happens”
Critical thinking is not a course per se. But this ability is woven into the MBA curriculum, which relies heavily on the case-study approach. This requires students to evaluate business dilemmas and formulate the best plan of action. that's another advantage of MBA training.
2.Professional Problem SolveTraining Critical Thinkers
An MBA can evaluate a company by looking at its financials, They also ask if the numbers make sense in terms of other realities. The process of earning the degree teaches MBAs to think critically. "That's a vital skill that can help, no matter what happens,"
Critical thinking is not a course per se. But this ability is woven into the MBA curriculum, which relies heavily on the case-study approach. This requires students to evaluate business dilemmas and formulate the best plan of action.
3.Professional Problem Solvers
Those who hires MBAs because they have "professional training in problem solving. They know how to frame problems, ask questions and collect data."
looks for MBA candidates who are ready to answer more than just stock questions.
The degree itself is not a guarantee, "Many MBAs have gaps," . "It comes down to the person" and their accomplishments. For example, if an MBA candidate says, "I lead the team that revised the billing process," recruiters dig deeper. If the process improvement didn't yield a result, the candidate may not make the cut.
Therefore Students Must Understand That:
Respected faculty: These faculty members are known well and respected throughout the industry, frequently manage Directorships at Indian and Global firms and have recently also increased research throughput, improving rankings in Global fora.
Global Rankings and networks: Alumni networks of IIMs exist outside India, not just for ABCL which are deep-rooted and productive but also for the new IIMs like Kozhikode which also rode the early years of the Global IT boom and has alumni in more countries than Indian states. These networks pull through at the workplace and in personal lives thru the presence of the extended family. Some good Tier 1 institutes like the Jamnalal Institute of Business studies and SP Jain also share these advantages.
Stable and Productive coursework: Many ‘good’ Tier I b schools would survive on a few faculty’s reputations while coursework at the IIMs is de rigueur and topical, even independent of the vagaries of changing faculty cadres especially as a faculty shortage keeps faculty mobile. Recruiters are assured of the quality to expect from the IIMs.
Good Internships: Some MBAs truly believe students are as good as their internship. This is also obvious in the proliferation of PPOs to match recruiter concerns about missing out and validate students’ real-life/industry acumen. Searching for a good internship from any good Tier I b school like FMS or others is not so easy especially if enough internships are not offered on campus.
Sulochana Arora [MBA]
AirCrews Aviation Pvt. Ltd.
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