I am B.Com graduate with 6 yrs of work experience I didn't took any entrance exam may I know shall I eligible for Full time MBA, if not what are the requirments for eligiblity
As we have mentioned earlier too, for an MBA / PGDM or an equivalent AICTE approved management education program, you need to have a 'recognized' Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% (or equivalent) marks in aggregate.
Some programs require the candidates to have certain duration of work-experience, which in your case is fulfilled.
At this point of time, however, it is for you to answer and evaluate a few questions (which mostly is an exercise on self-reflection) -
(a) Why do you want to pursue an MBA degree (esp. after 6 years of work experience)?
(b) What are your capabilities and career objectives?
(c) What should be the duration of the MBA program (2 years vs. 1 year) and how will it benefit your goals?
(d) Based on your personality, which b-schools will suit you?
Once you have decided on these, you can choose to write one or more of the available management entrance exams such as CAT, XAT, CMAT, or GMAT.
Should you have follow-ups, don't hesitate to reach us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indian institute of management Lucknow (IPMX) me admission ho jayega ?
International Programme in Management for Executives or IPMX at the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIML) is a 1-year, full-time, residential management program for professionals with 5 or more years of work-experience.
Admission to that program is very competitive - you need to have a GMAT score of ~700, solid and quality work experience, strong application and equally strong communication skills. So, you see, the admission in that program is not given. We can not suggest you anything because you did not share any thing about your profile with us.
Which one is better among Trichy and Udaipur for finance roles for a fresher in terms of Package and roles offered??
Please read this article titled, "New IIMs placements information based on specializations". This article contains all the information (if available) that you need.
You may refer to the other articles in the same series to understand how the MBA students in all the top B-Schools have been placed this year.