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Masters degree!!! your identity today

Today the requirement of a master's degree is like the requirement of graduation some 10 to 15 years back.. Degree's like an MBA has become mandatory in today's world for a person's growth. Master of Business Administration program attracted not only those interested in business but also those who wanted to master the tools of management. Students after completing their graduation immediately enroll for their masters. Or even students with substantial work experience and people from the age group of 30-35 are opting for the same.. It is said that the art of management is even used in our day to day lives. The craze of a management degree has maybe reduced its importance which was seen earlier. Between 2011 and 2013, the AICTE received 231 applications from management colleges wanting to shut down. The AICTE has okayed about 80 of them. With such a ratio the questions that arise are, is the quality of management degree still the same? In the top management colleges is the level of education really very different from the others? If so then why are there so many colleges that provides with this degree? Does the degree really make a difference in a person's life? If it’s so important then Why can't the educational system be 10th + 2+3+2...Or Why can't management be a part or a subject during school or college years. Questions like these are normally there in our heads but do we really do something to find an answer ???

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