Dear Mentor:

For an engineer, what are the best MBA programs in India?

I am a chemical engineering graduate. I just completed my program in 2001. I like to pursue management. I am confused about how far a technical person can go in management education. I am looking for the job in chemical field but, due to the poor market, there is delay in finding a job. So, I have planned to do MBA. Please, kindly list out some of the top 20 business schools in India offering MBA or PGDBM and details about the applying procedures.

Engineer to Management, India

Dear Engineer to Management:

A technical person, with further education and/or relevant experience in management, is highly suited for management positions. In fact, some of the most successful CEOs and senior executive of well-known companies around the world are engineers. Many acquired formal management education, such as an MBA, but not all. An engineer can easily pursue an MBA. In fact, a combination of engineering and MBA is highly valued in the marketplace.

As a matter of policy and practice, we do not recommend any colleges to anyone, nor do we conduct college rankings. We recommend independent sources for college rankings. College rankings is a fairly common phenomenon in the US, but it is not all that common in India. Few sources for college rankings in India exist. You may wish to visit the iMahal College Rankings Section for Business Schools in India. To obtain specific information on admissions, you would have to visit each school's website, or contact the schools directly via email, phone, or post.

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