Which one school is good to go for?


Duncan
I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.
I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.
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nitenya
I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.


Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.
<blockquote>I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.</blockquote>

Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.

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yashverma
I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.


Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.



Thanks Nitenya & Duncan!

I got my admissions with S P Jain School of Global Management for CMM, and quite excited to get started.

Thanks again. :)
<blockquote><blockquote>I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.</blockquote>

Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.

</blockquote>

Thanks Nitenya & Duncan!

I got my admissions with S P Jain School of Global Management for CMM, and quite excited to get started.

Thanks again. :)
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nitenya
I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.


Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.



Thanks Nitenya & Duncan!

I got my admissions with S P Jain School of Global Management for CMM, and quite excited to get started.

Thanks again. :)


Congratulations Yash!!!

And Good Luck for your future.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I suggest you read the placement reports. That will be better than individual stories.</blockquote>

Yes, of Course.

Even, I posted the link for that also earliers. Anyways, here you go...
http://www.spjain.org/gmba/placement_updates.aspx

You can see the placement report here.

</blockquote>

Thanks Nitenya & Duncan!

I got my admissions with S P Jain School of Global Management for CMM, and quite excited to get started.

Thanks again. :)
</blockquote>

Congratulations Yash!!!

And Good Luck for your future.
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It depends on your personal expertise and your willingness to explore opportunities in India and abroad. ISB is quite good actually, but in my opinion, SP Jain is much better. I say this because of the rigorous research which I did a few years back for my own sake. SP Jain's education is more inclined towards global scenarios and the ever evolving business culture in first world countries. Knowing things on a global level is going to be the next most in-demand skill for business as they tend to cater international audiences and erase the boundaries between foreign markets. ISB surely can't tap into this sector because their education is limited to domestic organisations - have a look at their alumnus and what they're doing currently to understand what I'm trying to say. SP Jain, on the other hand, has been creating leaders who are building companies out of nowhere. So I suggest you go for SP Jain.
It depends on your personal expertise and your willingness to explore opportunities in India and abroad. ISB is quite good actually, but in my opinion, SP Jain is much better. I say this because of the rigorous research which I did a few years back for my own sake. SP Jain's education is more inclined towards global scenarios and the ever evolving business culture in first world countries. Knowing things on a global level is going to be the next most in-demand skill for business as they tend to cater international audiences and erase the boundaries between foreign markets. ISB surely can't tap into this sector because their education is limited to domestic organisations - have a look at their alumnus and what they're doing currently to understand what I'm trying to say. SP Jain, on the other hand, has been creating leaders who are building companies out of nowhere. So I suggest you go for SP Jain.
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LM Thapar School of Management is one of the oldest and the finest business schools in the country and one should definitely look at their offerings. Their students grab the best packages with reputed organizations. Check out their website for more details.
LM Thapar School of Management is one of the oldest and the finest business schools in the country and one should definitely look at their offerings. Their students grab the best packages with reputed organizations. Check out their website for more details.
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