MBA and the world of specializations – ARKA JAIN University (AJU)’s MBA allows grads to pick Dual Specializations
While specializations like Marketing and Finance remain at the top of the preference list of students, recent years have witnessed new and niche areas emerge. When we speak of landing an interview or getting a job offer, no other course but an MBA specialization gives students a boost and edge over others from non-specialized streams.
Specialization is something that most recruiters have started to expect from business graduates. Like a lot of other Business schools in the country, ARKA JAIN University, Jamshedpur, gives importance to specializations, the most popular being Finance, Marketing, and Human Resources. The institute’s quest to make the best even better has led them to introduce and offer MBA dual specialization course besides their flagship full-time MBA. While placing an eye on the future, ARKA JAIN University’s MBA specialization curriculum naturally covers all the vital components of the business world’s present toolbox.
What differentiates ARKA JAIN’s MBA specialization courses from the rest is the pedagogy and the way it is delivered. Over the years, with improved demands of the professional world from business graduates and changing trends in the education sector, the need for institutes offering specialized courses to intrinsically alter the standard education pedagogy has become more crucial than ever. Besides, in the current modern environment, the tools, processes, and necessary skills are so diverse that the need for different capabilities and disciplines has naturally arisen. And ARKA JAIN University, as the first private university of Jamshedpur, has made it a point to translate the market demands into an enacted process by making the curriculum more engaging, interactive, and impactful.
The specialized MBA programs are a new iteration of conventional lessons. And in all their capacity, they seek to understand and educate the changing dynamics of the business world in a new light so that the skills can be adopted, knowledge can be refined, and advancements can be made.
The outgoing batches of last 2 years’ at AJU has already received offers from the finest multinationals and brands including Zomato, Kotak Mahindra, Swiggy, Just Dial, Future Group, 93.5 Red FM Radio, HT Media, Apollo Munich, Dainik Jagran, Tech Mahindra, WABCO, and Reliance Retail among many others. The institute says it has so far seen an upward graph in the packages offered to the students, with some offers close to Rs. 7 lakh per annum. The average offer made at the University this academic year so far is Rs. 4 lakh per annum.