Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s on Wednesday cut India’s outlook to negative from stable, citing its large fiscal deficit and expectations of only modest progress on reforms given political constraints, battering stocks, bonds and the rupee. Source: http://in.finance.yahoo.com
In a recent interview with The Economic Times, Manoj Bhargava, perhaps the wealthiest Indian in the US said that businesses in India give too much importance to education and mostly hire from top institutions. “It’s like hiring theoretical plumbers! None of us are too impressed by MBAs,” he said. Post comments to debate on this topic. Share to know what … Read More
Not only the number of B-Schools in India is increasing, the variety of MBA courses at offer is also increasing. From traditional Full-time MBA programmme to one year Executive MBA to three year Distance learning Programmes, there is bounty of available options.