MBA

Delhi HC restrains IIPM from using MBA, BBA name for courses

The Delhi High Court Friday restrained the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) from using terms such as "MBA , BBA or management course" for the courses it offers.

Steps to choose a MBA college

As the admission process for management courses enters the last lap, Sanchayan Bhattacharjee looks at different parameters on which students must judge a college.

“Invest in yourself”

Anjani Jani, senior associate dean, Yale School of Management, discusses the importance of an international experience for a management industry aspirant in conversation with Gauri Rane

FX Spot

A unique course in foreign exchange (FX) transactions introduced recently at NMIMS school of business, is attracting considerable attention. Prachi Rege tracks the scope

Business Talks

Alison Davis, Dean, UM Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, gives her insights on business education in an exclusive interview with Patricia Mascarenhas.

Admission Alert: Management

Admission alert for Management students.

Schol-Call

The scholarships are available for students pursuing a full-time Master`s degree programme, including MRes, any subject area, excluding MBA and will cover 25% tuition fees.

CAT 2013 Entrance Examination: Last minute tips

CAT 2013 is right at your doorstep. And as minutes are fading away faster than the speed of light, we bring you few last minute tips that may help you land a seat at the prestigious IIMs.

CAT Answers: Explanations for Week 7 Questions

CAT Answers: Explanations for Week 7 Questions

CAT Questions: Week 7

CAT Questions: Week 7

CAT Explanations Week 6

CAT Explanations for Week 6.

CAT Questions Week 6

CAT Questions for Week 6.

CAT Explanations Week 5

Here are the explanations to CAT questions for Week 5.

CAT Questions Week 5

Here are the CAT questions for Week 5.

10 students achieve perfect score in CAT

Ten students, eight of them from IITs, score 100 per cent in the CAT 2012 for entry into the Indian Institutes of Management and other top business schools.

Over 10,000 students appear for Common Admission Test

As many as 10,879 candidates on Sunday appeared for the ongoing Common Admission Test (CAT) which completed successfully.

Increase in number of candidates appearing for CAT

There has been a four per cent increase in the number of candidates appearing for the Common Admission Test this year as compared to last year.

CAT exam kicks off across the country

The Common Admission Test (CAT) for entry into prestigious IIMs and other B-schools kicked off on Saturday with 5,690 candidates sitting for the test.

An MBA from Derbyshire, now a sarpanch in Kashmir

Gurmeet Singh Bajwa has just been elected a sarpanch of a small village close to the Pakistan border.

UK visa curbs will hit Indian MBA students

Britain`s move to abolish the visa that allows non-EU students to take up employment in the UK for two years after the completion of their courses is likely to reduce the number of Indians coming here for MBA degrees.