June 28, 2010


QUESTION - DEAR SIR, I want to know that I have given the entrance of MAT Feb 10 and got 50%ile and also gave the entrance of UPTU and got 17528 GEN rank so which type of college I will get?

                                                                                                - Rahmat Siddiqui
ANSWER – Dear Mr. Rahmat Siddiqui, you havn’t told about your educational background and the field/stream of your graduation. Also please tell us that are you a graduate or undergraduate. If you are an undergraduate, then in which year you are?
However answer on the basis of information provided by you is:-
If you are in final year then you should opt for SEPTEMBAR MAT 2010. However if you don’t want to appear again for any MBA entrance exam due to any unavoidable reason and want to move ahead with the same score then you can move to an average college of UPTU with the UPTU ranking you have. With 50%ile in MAT you can move to any average PGDM college. But the risk will be that, they will offer you an AUTONOMOUS DIPLOMA (PGPM, PGDBM etc) and MBA DEGREE which will be distance learning in MAXIMUM colleges.

 QUESTION – Dear Mr. MBA Informer, I have done B.Pharma.(63.7%). Please tell about CAT exam and its eligibility criteria. I have got 48.7% in 12th class. Can I appear in CAT and other MBA entrance exams this year?

                                                                                - Arjun Shekhawat, Jaipur

ANSWER – Dear Mr. Arjun, for CAT and other MBA entrance tests, the candidate must hold a Bachelor’s degree with any stream/background with at least 50% marks or more or equivalent CGPA{ 45% in the case if the candidate belongs to SC, ST and DIFFERENTLY ABLED(DA) categories} from any university incorporated under central or state legislature in India or any educational institution declared to be deemed as university under sec.3 of the UGC Act 1956 or with equivalent qualification recognized by Ministry of HRD.
Thus you are eligible to appear in CAT as well as other MBA entrance tests as you have scored 63.7% in your graduation.

 QUSETION :- Dear MBA informer, I am pursuing MBA(2nd year). Right now I am working as a trainee with a company. I am experiencing some office politics. Please tell me how to deal with this office Politics?
                                                                                   - Nitynand, New Delhi

ANSWER – Dear Mr. Nityanand, I would suggest you to avoid office politics and especially if you are an MBA trainee. To put yourself away from office politics you should follow the principle of “Talk Less and Listen More.” Always think before talking and avoid to get indulge into any serious personal discussion. It’s always essential to be aloof as it helps. Don’t take anything personal and don’t mind any comments. Keep yourself calm.

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