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SIBM (Symboisis Institute of Business Management) Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Pune begins the admission process for MBA, Executive MBA, and PG Diploma courses as per different timelines. Initially, SIBM begins the admission process for MBA programme in August every year.
The admission process for MBA course begins with the publication of official admission notification for the same. All the students who wish to secure MBA admission in SIBM must clear SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test). The entrance test will be conducted in December.
Candidates applying for the Executive MBA programme of SIBM need to clear SNAP. SIBM conducts a separate admission process for the Executive MBA programme, and the eligibility criterion for the same is different from the MBA programme. The admission process for SIBM Executive MBA programme begins in the month of February.
SIBM offers PGD (Post Graduate Diploma) courses in Financial Management, Marketing, Innovation & Corporate Entrepreneurship, and Supply Chain & Operations Management. The admission process for SIBM PGD programmes begins in the month of February. There is no entrance exam for PGD programmes offered by SIBM.
SIBM will release an individual information brochure or notification for MBA, Executive MBA, and PGD courses. The candidates can fill the online application form for these courses through the official website of SIBM.
Top 3 Benefits of Doing an MBA
Theory in Practice
What you learn from our faculty members will be instantly applicable in real-world situations. You’ll gain firsthand insights into their transformative research and a behind-the-scenes perspective from their extensive industry experience. With this knowledge in hand, you and your learning team will work to develop innovative solutions to real-world business problems.
Take one look around our beautiful Morningside Heights campus and you will see the world reflected in our culture and the content of our work. Students come to Columbia Business School from almost 90 countries and bring with them every kind of business experience.
Columbia’s relationship with New York City cannot be underestimated when choosing an MBA program. The city fuels so much of what happens at the School, from our Executives in Residence program to Master Classes to speakers and conferences — in fact, more business leaders visit our campus than any other top business school.
Some MBA related General Questions
Below are the questions with answers regarding MBA
Should I Go To The Buffet Or A Specialty Restaurant?
Daniel Kurt, in his Investopedia article, Finance vs. Economic Masters vs. MBA, indicates that there is a debate as to whether or not it is better to get a general MBA or to get an advanced targeted graduate degree in let’s say, a Master of Science in Finance. My take on this is that you, as the student, have to decide if you want more flexibility to pivot within many industries.
You may start out in the financial services world and then want to move into, for instance, entrepreneurship. For flexibility, I’d recommend looking at a school that will offer you the smorgasbord of a bigger career landscape. That said, focusing on one specific industry may offer growth with sophisticated research and analytical tools catering to quicker advancement opportunities, for instance. If you do want to specialize, you may have to consider not only a specific Master’s degree, but also a Ph.D. as well.
Should You Get An MBA?
Here is an equivocation; it depends. I’ll go back to my food analogy. If you want food, you can either go to an expensive restaurant or to a fast food restaurant. At both venues, you will be getting food. Will the pricey restaurant nourish you the same way?
You have to select food and be in the right mindset to experience the ambiance and culinary delights. Most likely, the food value will be the same (okay, I know organic food is healthier, but I’m losing myself in this analogy!). It’s the same with an MBA. Is the experience going to be exceptional?
I think so, but you have to make it so. Will you probably get a job faster than not having the degree? Again, the odds are with you. According to GMAC, “Nearly 8 in 10 (79%) employers expect to hire MBA graduates in 2017. Of this group, 78% plan to hire as many or more of these candidates than they did in 2016.”
Frankly, I know that it is hard not to look at the money, but I have a hard time putting a price on your education which is something you will benefit from for a lifetime. I won’t quote the famous advertisement, but it is indeed “priceless.”
Why Is An MBA Described As A Gateway Drug?
Your MBA is a great “gateway” to a career, but it is not the end of your journey. You will have to “get off your assets” and continue your education for a lifetime. The world is moving at warp speed in almost every profession. In fact, I can’t think of even one industry that will not require continuing education.
You better make sure that you are keeping up with the new crop of students and workers that show up. By the way, don’t just associate learning with formal education; you will be left behind. Knowledge can be acquired almost anywhere and should take place forever. Commit yourself to lifelong learning and development, both personally and professionally.
You do need to congratulate yourself if you have just graduated with your MBA. It is a big deal and a great accomplishment; I’m not diminishing it in any way. That being said, it is a credential; an MBA is a ticket to the next stop, not to the end-of-the-line. Albert Einstein, the Physicist and Nobel Laureate said it more eloquently; “Learning is not a product of schooling but the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
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