Yes ISB is the only college in India that provides quality education in line with foreign universities. Rest almost all other Indian MBA colleges are as per my description in the previous posts.
The entire MBA is not completely prescribed. There are different MBA programs like: MBA-Banking, MBA-HR, MBA-Capital Markets and MBA-General. The first year is 90% same in all the programs.
In the second year, MBA- General has the option of selective electives, but the choice is very very less and quality is as described before.
The other MBA programs have a structured course for both the years.
I was fortunate to get the opportunity to network with a person who is heads a boutique investment bank in India. He is a visiting faculty and taught us 'Legal aspects of Business'. He was impressed by my practical approach towards the subject. Thus, I got a chance to work on 5 LIVE corporate projects, one after the other. From there I developed a lot of interest and I really wish to take up further quality education. I have good job opportunity in India, but I am ready to forgo that if I get a chance to study more
I thank you for the valuable discussion, As per your advice, I will try and get in touch with the admissions department of some of the universities that I have already researched for the MS in Finance programs. Thank you
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