Gujrat is one of the flourshing state and is a economically progressive state.As a state it has had the advantages that is close to Mumbai, host to oil and gas pipelines, private ports that provide the gateway to the rich land-locked northern and the central hinterland access to all the major-port based countries such as UK, Australia, China, Japan, Korea and Gulf Countries.
It is also a home to the dairy movement and the remittances from the Gujarati overseas.
The economic growth indicators of Gujrat have been impressive with the acheivement of an average annual growth rate of 10.4% in the last five years.
The Gujrat contributes to 16% of the industrial production of the country and has also mobilized the highest share i.e 12.7% of the investments in the country.
The Nano Experience showed the gujrat government the big gap in its value proposition to the business i.e the lack of the adequate skills and the comptencies in its people.
Many big business giants like Ford Motors are scouting for the location near the Sanand where Tata Nano has the manufacturing facility.
The motor-cycle major hero group has its eye on the state for setting up its fourth plant, Korean car maker hyundai Motors is scoping locations for its next plant in India, maruti Suzuki is toying with the idea of setting up an export unit in the state and the hospitality majors like the Hyatt and kamat Hotels want to set up hotels and resorts.
The government og gujrat has embarked on the mission to make Gujrat an Education Hub for the country.Efforts are also being directed not only towards attractingg the students from the other states within the country but even from other countries. Ahmedabad with a population of more than 5.8 million is the 5th largest city and 7th largest metropolitiona city of India.
The city on the bank of river sabarmati is 32 Km from Ganhinagar the capital of Gujrat and is strategically that is located to develop as the major hub for catering to the need for the skilled manpower and the managers by the mushrooming industry in the region.
And this will attract many recruiters over the next few years. MBA aspirants are required to pass any of the aptitude tests like Common Admission Test, XAT, JMET, GMAT or the MAT depending on the particular MBA or the PGDM Institute to which one wants to seek admission. Each of these tests that are conducted makes eligible to apply to MBA or the PGDM Colleges in Gujrat.
Apart from these some of these colleges also conduct entrance exams individually and that would qualify the candidates for that particular business school alone.
These institutes are recognized by the UGC/AICTE and the students who are passing out from them are eligible to apply for both the public and the private sectors jobs.
One can take admissions in PGDM Programme in these eminent institutes once he or she successfully clears the entrance exams.
Once you clear the entrance test the aspirant has to attend the group discussion and the personal interview round and if a student qualifies for these jobs then he or she can enroll for the final admission.
Once the student completes the course then he or she will get the suitable job offers from the industry through the campus placements. Students here who work hard and also score higher marks will achieve their dream careers.
Gujrat is the hub for the MBA institutes that provides the good quality education and also attracts the maximum students who want to pursue their career in management as gujrat is basically considered the land of opportunities and the prospects.