Career opportunity after MBA

Pursuing MBA is the best degree one can pitch on, if not interested in the technical field. It drives you to an easy path of administration. The curriculum throws light on how numerous industries in the real world are functioning. This enables an MBA graduate to choose from any of the fields of Operations, Marketing, Finance, Accounts, Economics, Research Methodology, Taxation. General perception that people have about this course is that it leads you to management jobs. Below are various career opportunities in different categories that can be availed.

Be An Entrepreneur:

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MBA colleges in hubli

Government  Opportunities

Public sector banks have numerous vacancies recruited through various exams. Government run finance companies conduct placements every year. Railways recruit graduates for different positions in their organization. Avail the best opportunity in Civil Services. Serve the nation by joining Armed Forces.


Finance Industry

Many financial institutions like the insurance industry, investment banks, trading firms look up to such qualified pupil. Educational institutions recruit people for enabling their esteemed faculty through their thesis, etc. Private banks have various vacancies to execute their innumerable day-to-day activities. With the wide acceptance of CS and CA, one can opt for it as their career.


Broadcast Industry

Marketing agencies prefer administration background personnel for more effective promotions. Mass media and advertising is a challenging industry to begin a career. Medical Representatives need a combination of an acquaintance in both medical and administration areas. If you love traveling, the tourism sector is always an option.


Explore Global

Export and import businesses have lots to do if you are interested in international marketing. A business consultant is another opportunity with wide acceptance. Due to fast paced evolution, the outsourcing is widely spread and so is the extended work opportunities in fields like event management, KPO, BPO, etc


Unique opportunities in Multinational Companies

They have a specific workforce for market research and brand management. Explicitly recruited personnel to manage disasters. Housekeeping and hospitality management is prioritized among all. A most important stream of Quality Assurance is checked by a distinct team of professional.


Miscellaneous Industries

There are diverse streams of administration such as Supply Chain, Logistics, Real Estate, Construction, Purchase Management which are demanding proficient workforce.

Excel Your Career with IEMS B-School Hubli


IEMS Faculty Strength

· Published more than 200 articles in               National & International Journals

· Highly qualified and experienced with blend   of industry and academics background

· Faculty Students Ratio 15:1

· Many awards in paper presentation at           National & International Conferences

· Rank Holders & Gold Medalists

· Own Journal with ISSN and Quarterly           Newsletter

· Editor, Reviewer, BOS Member, Examiner,     Ph. D supervisor for various Universities.

· Corporate Trainer, Certified SEBI and AMFI   Trainer

·  Alumni of IIM B, Nitte, Manipal, KUD,.

· Career Development Cell headed by Rtd.       IFS officer


IEMS Facilities for Students

·  Free Foreign Study Tour

·  Canteen Facility

·  Imparting quality management                education

· Campus surrounded by more than 200     medium and small scale industries,         ensuring strong industry base.

· Wi-Fi campus with technology enabled     classrooms

· 100% Commendable placement               assistance

· Regular soft skills training

· Quality logistic support to the students,   which ensures total campus driven           atmosphere

· Excellent industry interface is achieved,   by conducting within and outside India     foreign study tours during the course.

· Entrepreneurship Cell – to encourage       students to become employer

·  Career Development Cell – overall            personality development of students

· Research Cell – encouraging faculty         members and students to bring more       practicability to the classrooms

Awards & Recognitions

· ISO 9001:2008 Certification

· International Accredited Institute  –  IAO

· Most Promising Institute by Deshpande


· Dr. Abdul Kalam Award for imparting           quality management education by Krist         Foundation Bangalore

Value Added Courses

·  Certification course in Retailing and              Tally ERP

·  Soft Skills Training by Industry Experts

·  NCFM Training

·  Entrepreneurship Training



· Ranked 32nd among India’s Best B-         Schools – Siliconindia – 2012

· Category A in ‘Best B-School Survey ’ –   Business India

· Ranked A4 category in ‘Best B-Schools     Survey ’ – Business Standard

· Placed in ‘List of Emerging B-Schools in   India’ – AIMA New Delhi

· Listed in ‘Bangalore Cluster of India’s       Best B-School’ Careers 360

· South India’s Best B-School – Dalal         Street


Placement Support Average 90%

Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Get It Info., Asian Paints, Peacock Plus, ICICI Bank, Job Scraft, IDBI Federal, ITC, Apollo Hospitals, ICICI Pru, Infosys, TCS, Accenture, Ion India, Greet Tech. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Just Dial and many more

What is the difference between Part- Time MBA and Full-Time MBA?


Characteristic Distance MBA Full-Time MBA
1 Delivery of Program Online Class. Sending study material through the post. Classroom study with a tight and fixed schedule
2 Curriculum There is a crisp and concise curriculum.

Theory and practicals are both comprehensive in a 2-year program.

3 Principles of Teaching Flexibility in terms of exam schedule, selection of venue and online submission of assignments. Very tight and strict schedule for assignment submission, exam dates, and class participation.
4 Duration  MBA program could range from anywhere between 1-3 years 2 year
5 Fees variation variation depending on University Fees fixed by Government.
6 Intake Process No fixed time period to seek admission. Since the number of seats is fixed, there is a lot of competition to get a seat
7 Admission Process The admission process is much simpler and user-friendly since a lot of applicants come in for admission owing to them being working professionals. A complex and elaborate admission process is established to secure admission. Entrance Exam, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview are some of the rounds one has to go through to get selected
8 Exposure There is no industrial or field visit.So the learning is restricted in the terms of exposure. Industrial visits, factory visits, field visits are an important part of a program and is part of the curriculum.
9 Placement There is no placement process involved and job search and job change need to be done on your own. A placement process is conducted at the end of each final academic year and students have the opportunity to get hired in the best of companies tied-up with the program.
10 Networking Since it is online, there is no interaction between the students and faculty or even between the students themselves. There is a continuous interaction between the students and faculty hence networking takes place on a large scale with students, guest faculty, and other members which are an advantage.
11 Accreditation Approved by only DEB Approved by AICTE, UGC, MHRD, State Universities, HRD & Respective State Government


How to choose a right MBA college for your career?

Students’ choice for an MBA college is driven by a number of factors. We have listed down a few list of factors that drive the choice of MBA College:

  1. Recognition of the College
  2. Ranking as per popular business magazines.
  3. CAT / other test cut off.
  4. Highly Qualified Faculty Team
  5. Placement track record.
  6. Infrastructure
  7. Industry Linkages
  8. Soft Skill Training
  9. Location / convenience.
  10. Good academics.
  11. Peer behavior

IEMS B-School

As good selection criteria, the above may be very useful to students. There are many numbers of B-schools have emerged in recent years. Based on our personal experience, I wish to share an interesting finding with the student community through this article. Students may be aware that the mandatory faculty student ratio prescribed by the competent authority is 1:15. That is, a college is required to have at least one full-time faculty member for every fifteen students. Therefore, a college having 120 seats in its MBA program must have 16 full-time faculty members – 120 seats x 2 years, i.e. 240 students at any given point in time. In our country, most of the colleges do not maintain this bare minimum faculty requirement. Sometimes, they would have an MBA and a BBA but faculty only suffices for MBA program. Students are strongly advised to look into the availability of full-time faculty members in a college. This single metric will help them decide the quality of the college. They should look for a college that has excess faculty members than the statutory requirement. Remember that the visiting faculty should be ignored for this purpose. Students are supposed to do a lot of “out of the class” activities, such as group assignments, projects, presentation preparation, and student’s competitions and they would need the guidance of full-time faculty. So the visiting faculty may not serve the purpose. I would go to the extent that a college employs a sizable number of ‘extra’ faculty members must be given very high extra marks in favor of students’ choice. A large faculty pool in an MBA college ensures the following:

  1. Students have the liberty to choose a faculty to discuss and deliberate on issues with somebody they are most comfortable with.
  2. Students make the most of their ‘free’ time as they can find a faculty to solve their doubts.
  3. More faculty members would mean more networking of the college.
  4. More faculties indicate the soundness of a college and its commitment towards student’s community.

A part from a good faculty team colleges should also have more industry linkages So that they can provide you with practical assignments to be executed at the industry which will provide practical insights.The colleges should also have a Strong Career Development Cell to shape students in facing Interviews and to get for Corporate in future.

Pedagogy Workshop @ IEMS B-School

IEMS in association with Kousali Institute of Management Studies (KIMS) had organized a pedagogy workshop to discuss about the teaching methods and how it influences the students learning for MBA I and II Semester, for newly revised syllabus which was conducted on 21st August 2018 at IEMS Campus.

The workshop was inaugurated by Chief guest Dr.Mallikarjun Patil, Registrar Karnatak University Dharwad, President of the function CA.Dr.N.A.Charnatimath,-Hon.Chairman KES IEMS,Hubli , Dr. Uttam.M.Kinange -Dean, KIMS KUD , Dr.Shivappa -Director, KIMS KUD, Dr.Ashok.Chachadi Retd Dean & Director KIMS KUD , Dr.Shrinivas R Patil, Director-IEMS and all the directors and faculty members of KUD affiliated colleges were present on this Occasion.

During the workshop Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, QT/IT and General Management specialization panels focused on designing teaching practices and lesson plan by taking into consideration theories of learning, understanding students needs, backgrounds and interests.

The valedictory ceremony involved all the panels summarizing subject wise lesson plan and innovative teaching methods that could be incorporated while teaching.

IEMS Placement – Rates 90% with Best in Industry Salary Package.

IEMS Placement

The process of recruitment on campus is tough since MBAs need to juggle it with their studies.

The mark of success for an institution is to assist its students in achieving their dreams of a kick-starting successful career in a challenging and ever-diversifying industry. The Institute has once again proven its status as one of the premier B-Schools of the North Karnataka with the recently concluded final placement process for a batch that comprised of more than 60 students. Despite the uncertain economic environment, IEMS B-School has maintained its stronghold among B-Schools across the North Karnataka, as an impressive number of 33 companies chose from the best talent available from across the country, making final offers and pushing the average domestic salary to Rs. 6.60 LPA.

SOFT SKILL TRAINING: – College aims at helping the students to improve their listening, speaking, reading, writing skills and grammar, business correspondence, effective vocabulary, pronunciation, presentation skills, are the other components of this program.

PLACEMENT Cell: IEMS Placement Cell offers detailed and well-structured placement activities throughout the MBA program. Consistent training in presentation skills, mock interviews and group discussions which enable the students to get good placements. The Placement Cell at your college makes all the effort to see that all the students are placed. IEMS provides guidance, support, and networks with potential employers

At IEMS we have dedicated placement cell which actively coordinates with various MNC’s and Domestic companies and allocates the students according to their future interests. The cell is run under able leadership of highly experienced Prof. Pushparaj .S. Kodaganur

Over the years we are consistently maintaining a placement rate of more than 90% with best in industry salary package.

Major Recruiters are:

Kotak Bank, Greet Technologies, HDFC Bank, JUST DIAL, HewlettPackard, Reliance Telecommunication, Birla A-One, Big Basket.