The year of 1990 is very important in the history of India. This remarkable year changed the way India will look in the coming years! In this year India partially abandoned the composite economy and had adopted the policy of LapG: Liberalisation, Privatization and Globalization.
The investment of the world-renowned companies in India had created employment in many business sectors. So, the skilled manpower was evident to run such upscaled business sectors especially engineering and management skilled personnel’s.
A PhD holder and a mechanical engineer by profession, I have always had the vision to grow; and in my growth, have other students find their career path.
After completing my graduation in mechanical Engineering, I worked in the industry for 7 years before joining Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust (PCET) in the year 2000 as a lecturer in the engineering college. At that time, PCET had a small strength of just 1200 students.
While working as a lecturer, a lot of problems were faced during my initial days. I tried to convert the problems into opportunities and solutions, so the faith of our trustee increased. I got the opportunity to contribute to various areas of the trust such as PR, finance, legal, land; with many government agencies, in almost all aspects of education.
It is essential to know what parameters to look into before getting admission into any particular course or college– MBA or PGDM.
One of the major differences while comparing MBA and PGDM is that MBA or Master of Business Administration is a degree course that can only be offered by the colleges affiliated with universities. Hence, the MBA curriculum totally depends on the respective university they cannot take their own decision to changes in curriculum according to market requirements.