Management implies leadership and the ability to motivate people to work towards fulfilling personal as well as organizational goals. It also involves decision making based on various economic, financial, and internal and external factors. Management education broadly covers various subjects like marketing, sales, human resources and finance and so on and so forth. Besides a generic MBA or Management degree nowadays students, management professionals and companies seek Managers with specializations.
Management professionals are required in every field such as IT, Financial, Hospitality, Exports, Medical, etc. The opportunities are increasing in diverse sectors such as rural management, hospitality management, materials, sales, strategy, finance, international business, etc.
The eligibility criteria varies from one institution to another. Management courses at graduation level also have huge prospects. Some common courses include B.B.A., B.B.M., B.B.S., B.L.M., etc. Admission to most institutes/universities is made through entrance exams consisting of various rounds like written exam, group discussion and interview. For a Master’s degree in Management a candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree or any equivalent degree from a recognized university to be eligible for MBA entrance exams. Some common entrance exams include – CAT, XAT, CMAT, SNAP, MH-CET, IBSAT, MICA, IIFT, MAT, etc.