Master of Business Administration (MBA)

MBA is the most popular choice for a graduate in management domain. The course takes the graduate one step further in the management stream and builds on the basic principles that he/she was taught during graduation. A graduate can choose to go for a particular sector or industry after MBA by choosing the correct MBA specialization as per his/her interest and requirements.

Fee Structure

The average course fee for MBA in India is around Rs. 5,00,000.

May extend beyond Rs. 15,00,000 in the top colleges with a national and international reputation

What attracts students?

i) Excellent returns

ii) Pathway to some of the most well-paying jobs available in the private sector

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Bachelor of Legislative Law (LLB)

Many students may decide to go for an LLB after BBA. Having a degree in law along with the management skills can work in the favor of a student and help them earn more money, take up cases in their chosen specialization or switch fields completely. LLB gives graduate a wide range of career options and provides a great alternative skill set to rely on.

Fee Structure

The average course fee for LLB in India ranges between Rs. 2.5-4 LPA.

What attracts students?

•Excellent returns •Range of Salary offered by Law firms range from 25-30 LPA.

•Offers a package ranging between 5-10 LPA to 18-20 LPA for Freshers

Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.)

Students who like teaching and see their future in teaching line can purse higher education by pursuing B. Ed. courses.

Qualification Requirements

 Graduation from a recognized institute

Drawbacks of joining B. Ed after Graduation

• Only eligible to apply for teaching in class I-VIII

• Not eligible to apply for teaching in Higher Secondary Schools or Colleges

Must hold Master Degree to become eligible for teaching in Higher Secondary Schools or Colleges

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