Work-experience, though not yet a necessity in Indian B-Schools, still gets you some points in the selection process. It helps later only if your prior experience aligns with your placement after an MBA. In a nutshell, great if you have it, don’t worry if you don’t.
Any graduate in any discipline from a recognized college, university. Some exams have certain eligibility criteria – for example, CAT requires you to have scored 50% or more (for general category students) in your graduation. Quite a few others require only a pass percentage. Further, some colleges put up higher cut-offs in past academic performance during the short-listing stage. But then again, quite a few good ones don’t.
What happens after an MBA?
This pretty much depends upon what you want to do and what functions you choose to specialize in. But typically, if you do well, the least you end up doing is get placed in a great company – Goldman Sachs, HUL, Mckinsey & Co, CitiCorp and many more of their ilk come looking out for the talent on your campus.
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