Friday, 5 February 2016

Quality in Education

Many humans are literate, but very few are educated.

We have been told since time immemorial that our education determines the quality of life we lead. But very few tell us about the importance of quality in education itself. In an ever-increasingly connected world, it is imperative that our education is reflective of the awareness of the wider environment. It is no longer sufficient to know about one's own city or country. Unlike the traditional methods to teaching, the contemporary techniques that help one understand concepts better, are more interdisciplinary and involve active discussions over real world scenarios and hands-on experiences on live projects. You can no longer succeed in a silo. You must learn to interact, learn from other perspectives and share your own thoughts on matters that affect others.

S P Jain School of Global Management makes education a holistic quest with its blended learning approach which includes simulations and immersion courses. One of the defining features of the Global MBA program at this business school is the tri-city model. Every student has the opportunity to do one semester each in Dubai, Sydney and Singapore. Studying amidst a different cultural environment very strongly reinforces our minds to accept a wider array of opinions. Ideas, after all, are best when refined through multiple brains.

For those who have significant work experience, it is not the end of learning. There is still scope to upskill and gain corporate success. The Executive MBA offered at S P Jain refines your critical thinking and analytical reasoning capabilities, helping you take effective business decisions. The course spans 15 months to a year and can also be done part time. The school proves its mettle in its rankings. Forbes has ranked the Global MBA Program in the top 1% in the world for both 2011 and 2012. The Economist and Financial Times have also recognised the value of the 12 month MBA from S P Jain by ranking it in the world's top 100 for multiple years.

The MBA curriculum covers interesting and essential topics such as macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial accounting, marketing management, corporate finance and statistics. The success that comes after quality education is evident in the placement report. As per the most recent records, the average domestic salary is more than 14 lacs per annum, with the highest crossing 23 lacs. The highest international salary is over 38 lacs.

In these times of economic uncertainty, it is prudent to enhance your knowledge and employability through a world class MBA.

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