New trends of MBA; Important to improvise Right said Michel de Montaigne “in the education of children there is nothing like alluring the interest and affection; otherwise you only make so many asses download with books.” We everyday come across new modules to get through MBA, many institutes not only provide knowledge to improve your communication skills, mathematical skills as well as analytical skills but so make you aware of new trends. Tony Parkers opinions are not widely known. Indeed they are the prerequisites to be a better Manager and to be studying in top Ten MBA schools. A firm lawyer, if I should give would be that one need to be ready for the change because that is the only constant thing. I went to couple of Institute if they could help me view what new trends may evolve to which answers varied I am the “X” marking some mandate as: mathematics and communication with very good vocabulary is very important when it comes to a business school as the trend of exam may not change. What may change is the process of PI and DG’s which takes around 35-40 min i.e.
15 minutes of PI and Osteo DG of 20 minutes. It may include a presentation session. You may get just 3 minutes to give PI and then a topic on which you have to speak for at least 5 minutes and then a DG. DG may involve a team of 8 participants to whom a case study be given and every want member will be evaluated on the basis of solution provided as well as their contribution to the team work. It will not remain a matter of making others listen to you but making others listen to you effectively. Your score will highly depend on the proposed solution and the implication is that you should be noticed by the evaluating panel. People with good mathematics and communication should not worry unless they have a good knowledge base and they put their national argument logically. Being assertive is another key, if you are not assertive then just practice hard to be assertive for those minutes that may evidently unlock the doors to a business school. Happy learning! Maneesha Walia is author of Executive MBA in India.For more information about MBA in India, one year Executive MBA India visit