What kind of problem students are facing after completing their MBA to get good job.
ATTITUDE: often students say no to target based jobs, or have unrealistic fir salary expectation of have pre conceived notions about sectors like insurance.
BIG PICTURE THINKING: Most students from Tier II Business schools are unable to grasp big picture business issues.
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: English is usually very poor, since most students hail from Tier II and III towns.
GROOMING/PERSONALITY/CONFIDENCE: due to lack of exposure, students find it difficult to fully articulate their view and are often not presentable to clients.
CORPORATE EXPOSURE: Knowledge of what’s happening in the industry and understanding of real world corporate requirement is missing
SALES AND CUSTOMER SERVICE: While most entry-level jobs involve either sales or Customer Service, most student lack practical, street smart skills on it.
BASIC MANAGERIAL SKILLS: Critical skills like Accountabilty of result, ability to work in teams, openness to feedback etc., are missing.
ETHICS: Companies immediately reject candidates if they have the slightest doubt on character. But often students try to bluff in interview to act smart.