Come, Lets Crack the Toughest Exam
The competitive exams in India are considered among toughest exams in the world. IIT-JEE exams conducted by India was ranked second toughest exam globally. UPSC CSE, GATE and CAT are known to be some of the toughest exams in the world. An IIM degree is considered to best degree from India, and is highly valued in developed countries. According to reports by collegedunia.com, an IIM Graduate earns 121 percent higher salary as compared to an average MBA Graduate. This will obviously high in developed countries.
IIMs and IITs claim to be the toughest institution to get admission, as there is only limited number of seats available. This will endow more deserving students a chance of quality education and helps to filter out highly skilled candidates. This gives a global trust on the brand names of IITs and IIMs.
Do We Need More IIMs
The central government is planning to expand IIMs, adding two more in Rajasthan and Uttarakhand Still there are debates going on about this expansion, and some are raising the concern that more institute and more seats means decreasing quality of education. But any country should have more institutes that could provide reliable education to its student population and as the exams and teachings are keeping its quality and are updated, the quality of students will never go down. There can be more talents in the country. Providing more seats doesn't affect the educational quality, especially in a country like India, with high population rate and many hidden talents who didn't get a chance to prove themselves due to gender, money and even cast discrimination in many parts of the country. Only good institute can create a good generation.
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Our endeavour at Women Entrepreneur Magazine has always been to highlight remarkable women leaders across geographies and industries. In keeping with our motto, the current issue of the Women Entrepreneur features a list of `Top 10 Alumni Women Leaders from IIM Bangalore - 2023'. Compiled by a panel of industry veterans, CEOs, CXOs and our editorial team, the list features prolific women who have not only crafted illustrious and innovative businesses, but have proven their mettle as leaders across the diverse roles playing a key role in serving the society as doctors.
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After completing MCA, She then completed entrepreneurial studies from IIM B and has established herself as a specialist in Innovative Corporate Gifting
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