The MBA degree opens up worlds of opportunity for its bearers. Many business positions require an MBA for advancement. For example, investment banking and management consulting firms hire large classes of newly minted MBAs each year at six-figure salaries into the "associate" level -- those without MBAs generally don't advance past the "analyst" level. At major consumer products companies like Procter & Gamble, Kraft and Colgate-Palmolive, MBAs are hired as "assistant brand managers" into the brand management department -- those without MBAs are generally not eligible for the department. And it is from this function that these companies´ senior executives are generally drawn.
With so many new sectors opening up -- retail, insurance, BPO, telecom -- it would seem the job pie has grown exponentially. Many companies follow differential recruitment policies. Better salary, designation and job profiles are offered to the more premium grads.
But, in an ironic twist, one man´s Cat can be another´s Dog. Several reputed companies -- especially Indian ones -- prefer to recruit from less elite campuses. These MBAs, they believe, work harder to prove themselves and are far more loyal to the organisation.
It´s a different thing that, given half the chance, the same MBAs would jump to join the very MNCs that won´t touch them
An MBA is a chance to acquire confidence, learn from others and to build a network of people who have similar interests. At JIET we provide you with this opportunity to groom you as future leaders.
Our focus is to enhancing knowledge, skills and capabilities essential for managing and leading organizations, the programme combines skill-building with exploration of good management practices.
The focal point of JIET-MBA is the personality development of an individual to prepare you for the real world.