1 Feb 2016

Quality Education: The Need of the Hour

Quality education at all levels is very important for any nation to build up a stronger economy. Updated syllabus with time, flexible options to choose the courses as per the area of interest, passionate experienced teachers, research oriented environment and politics free educational campuses are few of the key factors to bring quality education.

Indian education system is lagging behind in some way from the developed countries. Although our graduates have been getting key positions and plum posts around the world, we have some basic faults at primary level itself. Our system is marks-oriented and rewards them who perform well in exam with predefined answers. Research environment is very much lacking straight from root level itself. Currently the government of India is also taking various measures to bring our entire education system as per the world standards. Government run institutions like IISc, IITs, IIMs and NITs are trying their level best to provide quality and research oriented education.

Few private institutions are also doing very good job in revamping our traditional ways of education. Several private universities are approved by University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi which have been showing excellence in quality of education and are running various courses in collaboration with several reputed universities worldwide. VIT Vellore, BITS Mesra, Manipal University, BITS Pilani, S P Jain School of Management are some of the reputed private institutes all across the country for various courses.

Quality Education: The Need of the HourS P Jain School of Global Management ranked #10 by Forbes in the "The Best International Business School" in the world for its one-year MBA program. It has campuses in Sydney, Mumbai, Singapore and Dubai. With the fact that it was established in 2004, within 11 years of its establishment, it has shown very high level of academic excellence by its innovative model to provide quality education to its students. Several reputed agencies have acknowledged this institution and ranked it among top business schools in the world for MBA rankings. The Economist ranked S P Jain School of Global Management in the world's Top 100 for its full-time MBA program in 2015.The one-year full time MBA at IIM A, the one-year courses at ISB, Hyderabad and S P Jain School of Global Management, Dubai are the only MBA programs to have been ranked in the global ranking of MBAs by Financial Times, London - widely regarded as the foremost ranking in the world.
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration), BEC ( Bachelor of Economics) BBC (Bachelor of Business Communications), GMBA (Global Master of Business Administration) and EMBA (Executive Master of Business Administration) are some of its world class courses offered which have been designed in such a way that all these programs provide global exposure, flexibility, research oriented environment to students. Students are offered to study at different global campuses during the course. International faculties join in from different academic and corporate backgrounds with a high level of expertise, knowledge and passion. Up to date course materials, international case studies and independent research projects give an edge to its study programs. S P Jain is accredited for its Global MBA program by ABEST21, The Alliance on Business Education and Scholarship for Tomorrow, Japan. ABEST21, promoted by Ministry of Education, Japan is a recognised accrediting organisation committed to excellence in business management practices and education.

The tri-city model of S P Jain School of Global Management brings the difference. As per this model, students have to study and live in Singapore, Sydney and Dubai to get the real global business exposure. This model provides important global business skills resulting into better jobs, salaries and final outcomes. Mumbai campus was established to meet the growing demand from the huge Indian business school market. The school is promoting self-directed learning by experiencing and experimenting the things where the retention level is much better in comparison to old method of simply blackboard-chalk teaching. Students from different nationalities meet and interact each other during the course and stay at its different campuses which help them to understand different people and parts of the world from several angles.

Quality Education: The Need of the Hour

Due to very good networking with several companies around the world, this school provides very fair chances of campus placements. Several of its alumni are placed in reputed companies throughout the different geographies.

India needs many institutions of this kind to provide quality education to its youth to not only find the right jobs for them but to become job creators to provide jobs to others. India is going to have very large workforce that needs to be utilised in different sectors in coming years. ”Start-up India“program started by the PM Modi recently is also one of the steps forward.



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