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MBA “MAIN BANUNGA AMBANI” is all that we think isn’t it?  But actually, MBA is “MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION”, a postgraduate degree focused on building leadership skills and learning business principles. But for most students, MBAs offer much more than that: a stronger professional network, access to job opportunities, and a bigger paycheck. From bigger paycheck and facilities to aaram ki life, Is what we all focus on and do MBA for. No one understands the importance of an MBA. An MBA degree can enhance your marketability as a professional and increase the quality and quantity of job opportunities. An MBA also helps you build business leadership skills, as well as a professional network.

For many professionals, getting an MBA seems like the next logical step to advancing their careers. The benefits of an MBA are applicable regardless of your industry or area of professional focus. However, some individuals may wonder if it’s worth it to pursue an MBA, given the commitment and expense involved. For those who plan to work in a managerial capacity, with financial institutions, or who have entrepreneurial aspirations, an MBA can help build the leadership skills required to succeed in these areas.

Nowadays, MBA is just a course that everyone is doing just for the sake of increment, or under peer pressure. No one knows about the importance or core of an MBA, and how beneficial and upskilling it is for us as well.

Benefits of MBA:

  • GREATER AWARENESS OF A GLOBAL MARKET
  • IMPROVING COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • EXPAND YOUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK
  • INCREASED JOB OPPORTUNITIES
  • BETTER TIME MANAGEMENT

“Beta/Beti kya karte hai aapke? MBA kar rakha hai?”

In today’s era, MBA is just a validation/approval for marriage and if one has done it, it means he/she is very well settled or has a high-end education. Rarely does anyone focus on its main purpose and personal development aspects? Professionals who graduate with an MBA will learn business fundamentals such as leadership, communication, critical thinking, and analytical skills. Delving further into the curriculum, a Wharton MBA balances a core curriculum that focuses on accounting, ethics, finance, marketing, and macro/microeconomics with electives that help build leadership skills, including networking, student conferences, and advanced student projects.

From Parent’s perspective, if their children have done an MBA, he/she is “MAST BACHELOR AVAILABLE” for marriage or it can be “Most Busy AADMI” But no one knows about them as they can be “MASTER OF BURI AADAT” 😉 too.

By: Mohit Makkar


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