New Delhi, India (PressExposure) January 24, 2012 -- Centuries back Charles Darwin gave the theory of 'survival of the fittest'. And in this urban jungle, Darwin's theory is followed in the corporate world. The fittest survives in the best manner. Thus, to be fit and to stand ahead of the crowd, one should have good education from a good institute. In order to have higher education students go for management courses. But all are not managers, reason is simple-they did not pursue education from a good institute which leads them nowhere.
NBA is an institute where not only the world class education is offered, but also the focus is given over complete personality improvement. During graduation students starts planning their future and they start working over it too. And devoting 3 years for the undergraduate course at NBA business school are worth because here with the education in the college you are exposed to the corporate world which gives you a new career dimension.
The PGDM course at NBA brings in the understanding of the corporate world inside out. In the initial year, the spotlight is on the student's analytical and critical skills. And in second year, students are sent for industrial training to optimize the knowledge on their domain to fit perfectly for the job.
NBA also conducts special courses for working professionals. Here the weekend classes are carried out, so that they record minimum absence from their place of work. The duration of the course is 2 years, wherein, first year focuses towards understanding how business is managed, and carried upon at various levels. The second year is specialization-oriented and so along with the standard curriculum, gives an overview of the respective fields of specialization. There is also a final research project that is supposed to be submitted in regards to the specialized areas. It helps in getting an-depth understanding of the course.
Here at NBA students get the world class education with the teachers who are best in their domains. That is why the students of today are reframed into professionals of tomorrow.