For those looking for an MBA degree immediately after Engineering, study in India is one of the best options as all premier B-schools across the globe require the potential candidates to have some work experience. The premier B-Schools in India are more open to accepting fresher’s.
The various engineering courses cause a heavy positive shift of intellectual competency in a candidate. Training these intellectually advanced candidates to become effective and efficient managers will be a less difficult task. Hence, the elite business schools in India i.e. IIM Ahmadabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Kozhikode, XLRI Jamshedpur, FMS of University of Delhi, whose graduates get a minimum pay package of Rs. 12 Lakh per annum, prefer engineering graduates.
There is an everlasting demand for engineering with management graduates in the public sector. Public sector corporations like BHEL, BEL, Coal India, HPCL, EIL, BPCL, Mazagon Dock, MECON, NACL, NLC, NMDC, SAIL, NTPC, IOCL, ONGC, Power Grid, Railtel, RITES and UCI are in constant requirement of engineering discipline management graduates. Those engineering discipline MBA graduates who clear the Indian Engineering Services ( IES) exam are placed in high cadre engineering managerial posts in Indian Railways, defense, CPWD and BSNL where leadership, management and technical skills are required.
There are innumerable private companies who constantly require engineering discipline management graduates, both in and out of India. Companies like CTS, TCS, Wipro, TATA Steel, RIL, HCL, IBM etc. constantly emphasize on acquiring engineering discipline MBA graduates.