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author : Dishank Jain

Posted On
20 March 2017

I am working as a professional in an MNC from past 4 years 5 months.

I am trying to do some certifications in Business management and i had quite a bit of research on the same.

Found reviews of Narsee Monjee, some say it's good , some say it's waste of money for Post Graducation.

I also, saw a course of 6 months which is fetching me a certificate in Business management.

I have only a Graduate degree of Bsc IT and i don't think it will help me anyhow in future for growth.

Can anyone assist me, on which might be the best suitable course for management and which can offer good ROI.

I am planning for 6 months course from NMIMS for certificate of business management


Expert : Dipeeka Saboo

Posted On
01 July 2017

Hi Dishank
I am the community manager at MCI and their social media head, and I keep interacting with a no. of professors in various B-schools.
Set your expectations clear as you plan to step into a B-school.
Definitely , the brand name works if you are in the top best B-schools. But the motive of doing a management course or a PGDM, or a MBA - an MBA is supposed to give you a management perspective , and not really help you build your technical skills, now this transformation can only happen if you go through a full time good B-school/MBA college.

What is your motive ? Do you wish to learn to do more things? technical skills>? then better do those specialised courses online, read and learn from numerous online tools, blogs, podcasts out there which are available for free.

Sorry if tis going out of perspective, but why do a short cut course, which probably won't teach you enough nor even give you a perspective!
Skills are learnt best at workplace, on your own!
Objective of going to B-schools is to get a broader management perspective, learning essence collaborating , team work, major concepts,etc.
After which, you will again have to learn a lot at workplace!
nothing comes easy.

Hope it helps, if you have more questions, let me know,
Re-think why do a short course, or why do an MBA at all?
Do you really need an MBA?
or Build up on what you have already learnt at work, by getting more technical skills. ( skills that teach you how to do things in your industry)

Dipeeka Saboo




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