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Management Education: Flip sides of the coin

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Management Education: Flip sides of the coin

  1. 1. MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
  2. 2. Introduction Status Quo Conclusion A Fad Teaching
  3. 3. What is Management Education about?  Acquiring Practical Knowledge.  How we relate this knowledge to our day to day working.  How we apply this knowledge.
  4. 4. What does it offer?  Tools, equipments & necessary techniques of successfully handling various business & management related issues.  Holistic picture to the students about how to manage four “M”s of any organization. • Money • Material • Man • Machine
  5. 5. Besides providing the basic management capabilities it also provides :  Ability to use the contingency approach to solving business problems.  Combining the best parts of several solutions into a unique and better solution.  Having a global perspective.  Working with and learning from others.
  6. 6.      Development of management education can be traced back to the 18th century. From 18th century to 21st century, management education has seen a lot of changes and development. Management education in India has come a long way. The history of management education in India goes back to the pre-Independence era. The first college level business school in the country was founded in 1913 in Mumbai and was soon followed by another in Delhi in 1920.
  7. 7.  According to a report done by the Graduate Management Admission Council--a global non-profit education organization--there has been a marked increase in demand for a MBA education since 2006.
  8. 8. Influx in Management from Different Fields
  9. 9.  There are 25,951 colleges of which, 7,362 are recognized under 2(f) and 5,997 colleges recognized under section 2(f) and declared fit to receive grants under section 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956  In last 5 years the number of AICTE approved colleges has increased by almost 70% in total in various disciplines
  10. 10. • Management institutes have seen growth of 90% in terms of number of institutes and growth of 123% in terms of intake. • Table (1) shown below shows growth of AICTE approved technical institutes in last five Years. Year Engg. Mgmt. MCA Phar Arch HMCT Total Added inYear 200809 1475 1052 976 629 118 70 4320 383 200910 1511 1132 1003 665 116 64 4491 171 2010-11 1688 1149 1017 854 116 81 4885 394 2011-12 2388 1523 1095 1021 116 87 6230 1345 2012-13 2972 1940 1169 1081 106 93 7361 1131
  11. 11.  Indian employers reported more MBA job opportunities in 2011 than the united states, with one India-based financial services company reporting over 7,000 MBA job opportunities this year alone, and even more in 2012.  Table (2) shows the percentage increase in numbers of MBA jobs reported by employers in 2011 compared to 2010, for the top 10 countries by volume of MBA hiring Countries Share of Job Market 2011 Increase in MBA demand during 2010/11 and projected future growth in demand 2010/2011 2011/12 2012/13 India 26% 157% 120% 136% United States 15% 124% 110% 103% Mexico 5% 203% 110% 113% China 4% 114% 118% 133% Argentina 4% 120% 109% 107% United Kingdom 2% 134% 113% 110% Chile 2% 138% 99% 108% Japan 2% 127% 118% 116% Brazil 2% 194% 125% 103% Germany 2% 128% 104% 109% Source: TopMBA.com
  12. 12.       17 functional IIMs University affiliated colleges Autonomous Institutes AICTE, Distance Education, IGNOU, Delhi University, Kurukshetra ,ICFAI et al. Collaboration with Foreign Universities Student exchange programs abroad (like AMITY in Singapore)
  13. 13. Focuses on :  Stress on performance  Losing the sight of Purpose    Is the root cause of : Morality crisis Governance issues Slipshod Behaviour of Corporate Citizens
  14. 14. The criticisms directed at management education generally revolve around two claims :  I. II. The crisis was brought about by managers educated in business schools which do not pay enough attention to social responsibility, ethics and governance. Some theories or models are taught at management school could be held responsible for the crisis, such as the principal-agent model or the portfolio model in finance.
  15. 15.  On other side episode like Satyam has given rise to new controversy and forced to make comparison like Satyam Vs. Enron, PWC Vs. A.C. Nielson and Ramalinga Raju Vs. Kenneth Lay and has questioned acumen and ethics of business managers.  The future will see changes in business schools curriculum and management research. Future research will include questions of diagnosis and prediction and this will help in explaining and preventing future global economic meltdowns.
  16. 16. Task: Construction of Industrial Flooring
  17. 17. RECAP:  What it is  Why it has become a fad  The Status Quo  Teaching Methodology
  18. 18.  Bitter truth  Introspection before deciding to study MBA  A System Facelift : Dire need  Focus on Value Addition

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