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    MBA from ICFAI
    The MBA opens doors and provides the modern manager with the tools needed to identify new business opportunities and threats. The MBA is a postgraduate and post-experience degree for managers with several years' work experience. It provides skills and knowledge relevant for managers in both public and private sectors. The MBA widens horizons and provides an overview of business. The MBA benefits managers who need to think and work strategically. A focus on decision-making and analysis and the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with others will prepare you for a senior managerial role.
    MBAs are often seeking a more general managerial role in their current industry. The MBA provides a portfolio of managerial tools and techniques as well as the 'softer' skills needed to succeed as a manager. Entrepreneurial spirit, dedication, commitment and professionalism are words often attributed to MBA graduates. In investment banking and consultancy, the MBA is often a 'must-have'. In other areas it simply opens new doors and creates new opportunities. MBA doesn't offer an automatic passport to promotion, it will help you maximise your chances of career success.

    Why get an MBA degree?
    1. To climb the top management ladder
    2. A Satisfying and Challenging career
    3. To enhance skills and advance in current field
    4. A better pay package.
    5. To compete globally
    6. Build upon professional network.
    7. To get a competitive edge.
    8. To understand the business strategies, Practices and tactics.
    9. To become a leader and not a follower.
    10. To have power and authority.
    11. To mobilize your thoughts in the organization and achieve more.
    12. To handle bigger responsibilities.
    Why ICFAI?
    1. ICFAI ranks first among the private universities.
    2. ICFAI ranks 10th as per the outlook India survey 2006 among the Indian B-Schools.
    3. ICFAI has foreign accreditations and collaborations.
    4. The course materials are recognized by RBI (Reserve bank of India).
    5. ICFAI is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) recently
    6. ICFAI has centres all over India and exams can be given any where in India and even from abroad.
    7. E-learning, communications and user convenience
    8. ICFAI has experience of more than 12 years in providing MBA programs
    9. Good Industry interface
    10. Frequent updation of the syllabus based on the industry requirements
    11. Study materials along with workbooks and CDs which are user friendly and have modules of self evaluation
    12. Offers MBA in 9 different streams even in distance learning mode
    13. The study material is the same for all distance learning, Part-time and Full time MBA programs and hence the university does not mention the mode of learning in the certificate.
    14. The exams are conducted on quarterly basis, in order to reduce the burden of office goers
    15. Only two papers a quarter, this is optional. You can also appear for 4 papers
    16. The degree awarded after the completion of the program is not a post graduate diploma but an MBA degree from ICFAI University.
    17. The degree is provided in three successive periods as you give your exams
    18. Diploma in Business Administration after 1st stage.
    19. Advanced diploma in business administration after completing the 2nd stage
    20. MBA degree after completing the last stage
    21. This scheme adds value to your CV as you give your papers as above and you don’t have to wait for the entire two years of the program
    22. Payment of fees in Instalment.
    For further clarification you can contact:
    Abdur Rahman Khan
    Student Service Officer
    Mob: (0)9986860669
    E-mail:abdur.icfai@gmail.com
    ICFAI Bangalore
    #19/3,Srinivasa Industrial Estate,
    Konana Kunte Cross,Near Metro,
    Kanakapura Road,Bangalore-560062

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