The National Capital Region (NCR) witnessed an unprecedented growth with the mushrooming of a large number of B-schools seeking to cater to the increasing demand for a management degree. There are many prominent MBA colleges in Delhi and neighboring cities of Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Noida and Faridabad. The ample options are available for aspirants of Management admissions in Delhi NCR along with the benefits of being in a hub of industrialization and jobs and cosmopolitan living environment.‘Make in India’, major national initiative which focuses on making India a global manufacturing hub has given rise to employment opportunities in the market and will lead to better economic conditions in the country.Startups are the new horizon in employment creating jobs particularly in IT, operations, logistics and the services sector. Startups are a perfect blend of virtual and physical business, giving new level of efficiency to customers. Global and local investors are overwhelmly investing in Indian startups thus encouraging them to become the one of the top recruiters, on and off campus.Being one of the fastest growing cities of India, Delhi throws up employment opportunities for people from all walks of life.
The entry of multi-national firms into the Indian commercial and business scenario and headquarters of the big business houses in Delhi NCR creates employment opportunities for aspirants from all walks of life. Schools of Management in Delhi NCR have a significant amount of thinking and envisioning to process so that the future managers are trained in a way that is benefits the today’s business scenario - which is related to knowledge, skill and attitude.
The Institute and its faculty play a vital role and hence needs to be selected very carefully. The selected B-school should be the one that focuses on imparting purposeful learning to the students rather than getting obsessed with mere placements. Syllabus, pedagogy, faculty, infrastructure and facilities, industry interface, learning management system, holistic development could be the criterion while selecting the Institute to do their Management courses. B-Schools should encourage students to broaden their horizons. Students need to be exposed to a global scenario and it would be beneficial if faculty, academicians and professionals in India and abroad can bring real life problems into the pedagogy.
It is well foreseen that the demand for Management graduates would increase manifold in the foreseeable future. The aspirants thus, would need to carefully select Institutes and/or Universities that provide realistic and up-to-date knowledge; build students’ managerial, technical, analytical and behavioral skills and; develop in them right attitudes that help them prove assets for any organization.
With good job prospects, and a cosmopolitan living environment, Delhi NCR surely offers a good base to develop one’s managerial skills.
Associate Professor and HoD
School of Management