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Govt asks B-Schools to shut five-year integrated MBA courses

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[h=1]Govt asks B-Schools to shut five-year integrated MBA courses[/h]Those already pursuing such courses will be allowed an exit option but there won’t be fresh admission for the courses


New Delhi:
After closing down four-year undergraduate degree courses in universities, the Union government has directed closing down of five-year integrated or dual-degree MBA programs.

The human resource development ministry-controlled All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the technical education regulator of the country, has directed universities and independent management schools to shut down such courses from the current academic session.


Those who are already pursuing such courses will be allowed an exit option but there will be no fresh admission for the courses. “The AICTE has decided the following: the dual degree courses have been closed (sic) and no fresh admission should be permitted from AY (academic year) 2016-17,” said the circular issued to all institutions.
[h=1]Read more at: http://www.livemint.com/Politics/sB...-to-shut-fiveyear-integrated-MBA-courses.html[/h]
 
Govt should be seen as doing something.

So randomly courses are derecognised and new ones started.

closing 5 year mba is one such.
 
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Govt should be seen as doing something.

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What is this 'something....??"

May be......this...

Blow to B schools: 93% of management graduates unemployable, says study

Barring a handful of top business schools like the government run IIMs and other few, most of 5,500 B schools in the country are producing sub-par graduates who are largely unemployable resulting in these pass-outs earning less than Rs 10,000 a month, if at all they find placements, an ASSOCHAM study has pointed out.

Expressing concern over the decay in the standards of these B-schools, many of which are not properly regulated, the study by the ASSOCHAM Education Committee (AEC) noted that only 7 per cent of the pass-outs are actually employable in India excepting graduates from IIMs.

India has at least 5,500 B-schools in operation now, but including unapproved institutes could take that number much higher. The ASSOCHAM report says that only 7 per cent of the MBA graduates are actually employable. Around 220 B-schools had shut down in the last two year in cities such as Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Dehradun etc. And at least 120 more are expected to wind up in 2016. Low education quality coupled with the economic slowdown, from 2014 to 2016, campus recruitments have gone down by a whopping 45 per cent.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/business/b...raduates-unemployable-says-study-2753940.html
 
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