Use your MH-CET 2018 score cleverly

Last Updated - March 13 2018

MH-CET exams are around the corner. So, if you are one of those students who plan to take MH-CET, you must surely be busy preparing on last-minute tips for improving your MH-CET score.

While it is important that you do well, there are some important things that MH-CET takers often miss out on which is using their MH-CET score smartly. But, thatโ€™s not true. Many students end up thinking that only MMS programs in Institutes accept the MH-CET scores. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research is 31st March 2018 and for SIES College of Management Studies is 4th April 2018. One has to apply to these institutes separately though for the PGDM programs. The students must note that last date for PGDM submissions, Mumbai for Wellingkar Institute of Management is 15th March 2018; for N.L. Several good institutes accept the MH-CET score for their PGDM programs as well.

The Institute where you clear your MBA plays a significant role in the type of opportunities during the important initial years of your career. So, it is critical that you donโ€™t let a good score go waste or spend another year giving the test. The PGDM program in most good institutes provides excellent curriculum and placement opportunities to its students. Check out the Institutes that accept the MH-CET score for the PGDM program.

There are B-Schools in Mumbai such as WeSchool which have been counted among the top 50 B-Schools in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2017 by the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development. These business management schools provide PG Diploma Program (PGDM) which are also equivalent to MBA provided by the best of B-Schools across India.

PGDM programs are also a great opportunity to pursue your education and career in specific business domains that are growing viz. Business Analytics, Business Design Healthcare, Rural Management, E-Business among others and also provide functional specializations in HR, Finance, Marketing, and Operations.

For instance, the healthcare industry is one of the fastest moving sectors in India. At WeSchool, two specializations under Healthcare PGDM are provided in the second year: Hospital Administration and Pharmaceutical and LifeSciences Management. Most of the fresh graduates in medicine, life-science, science or engineering can strengthen their educational background and pursue opportunities in the recession-free healthcare sector in India and globally. PGDM Healthcare open career opportunities in Management / Administration of Hospitals, Multispecialty Centers, Clinics Pharmaceutical Organizations, Medical Diagnostics, Equipment & Devices, Health Insurance, Medical Tourism, Planning & Design Consultancy Organizations, Healthcare Services Outsourcing companies, IT companies, Healthcare KPOs and much more.

Another example is Rural Management. Check MH CET Paper Analysis of Earlier Year Some notable appointers are primarily private banks, FinTech, and auto manufacturing companies. On successful completion of the PGDM- Rural Management (Emerging Economies) program, one can become a corporate manager with leadership qualities, innovative mindset and find ingenious solutions to the problems faced by the rural sector, based on deep insights in rural emerging markets.

Some key takeaways for MH-CET takers:

  • Look at the fees as an Investment in furthering your future from a B-School that is well ranked, the ROI approach is too myopic. The B-School name and experience stays longer than the first couple of years and opens up opportunities and networks that go far.
  • Use your score smartly and apply to good institutes for their PGDM apart from MMS. Donโ€™t restrict your options!
  • Do some study on the business domains and specializations the PGDM programs provide. And if you are someone with work experience, these programs may provide you an added advantage when you eventually clear the program.

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