Growing demand for online education, the acceptance of online certificates towards valid degrees and the reluctance of students to travel for education have all been a boon and a bane for B-schools
Technology is changing how a business operates and B-Schools must prepare the students for the 'unknown risks' of tomorrow
Knowledge about finance ruled the industry for decades but an era has commenced where technology could rule finance to a large extent. It might seem trivial right now, could be a 'must have' few years down the line.
Frequent bouts of economic recession coupled with the absence of exciting job offers are now forcing B-school graduates to veer towards entrepreneurship
Assocham study mentions that only 20% of the graduates passing out land up with a job, what is aggravating the problem further is the average package going down.
Technology offers employers a job pool out of which they choose the best
"I do not feel that B-schools can take the responsibility of your transformation that they currently claim they own"
With the Trump government making strict visa rules, there's uncertainty among Indian students about pursuing MBA in the US
Entrepreneur has featured the best 30 B-schools, which have been able to develop an environment and curriculum that let the students think like a leader.