MBA or Masters of Business Administration is a 2-year postgraduate course that is widely preferred in India and Abroad. MBA degree aims at developing management and business skills in students and prepare them for the corporate world.
In order to meet MBA eligibility, you should have at least completed your graduation with minimum aggregate marks of 50%. (Students can apply in their final year of graduation as well).
In most of the top MBA colleges, the admission is done on the basis of the entrance exams. Below we have described the basic admission process that is followed by almost all the B-Schools.
Step 1: Select your target college and apply for its entrance exam.
One of the most common and important entrance exams is CAT. So, you must apply for it. Some of the other entrance exams are SNAP, XAT, CMAT, etc. All these exams are college-specific, so apply accordingly.
Step 2: Prepare for the entrance exam and appear for it
Practice as many previous year papers as you can. Practice is the key to success in the entrance exams.Step 3: Shortlisting Process
The shortlisting process is based on the percentile secured by the candidates. All the colleges will give their respective cutoffs and the candidate clearing that cutoff will be eligible for the next round.
Step 4: Final Admission Process
The final admission process consists of 3 rounds: