The past week has had its share of interesting updates from the world of MBA and business. The IIMs and other business schools have begun releasing their shortlists for the WAT-PI rounds, results for XAT 2021 have been released, and b-schools abroad have begun to share their employment reports for the batch of 2020. This episode of News From The World of MBA will explore some of these headlines from the past week!
- 'CAT Should Be Conducted Multiple Times A Year' - IIM Rohtak's Director
Should the CAT exam be conducted multiple times a year like the GMAT/GRE/NMAT exams? IIM Rohtak's director is of this opinion, and has other suggestions as well to make the CAT exam a more level playing field. How many of his suggestions do you agree with?
- IIM Calcutta Students Back On Campus, Attend E-Classes
Students at IIM Calcutta have now been allowed back on campus. But with the coronavirus presenting a real danger still, will other IIMs follow suit? Find out more in this segment of the video.
- Stanford GSB Sets New Salary Record of 2020
Stanford's graduate school of business has released it's employment report for the MBA batch of 2020. The report reveals that Stanford's MBA graduates are the most highly paid MBAs in the world. How well paid are they really? Find out in this segment of the video.
- COVID Vaccine Boosts Optimism In Indian Hiring Market
With various versions of the coronavirus vaccine being rolled out across countries, including India, there appears to be an increased optimism in hiring amongst Indian recruiters. Here's all you need to know about this hiring trend.
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