Today, India is known as a correspondence center point for higher education, a diverse communication hub for the students willing to pursue qualitative education from throughout the world. Indian Education system is very alluring because of its forward thinking for growth and development and shares a productive relation with all the multinational organizational setups, and furthermore because of English being the regular dialect of correspondence. The excellent medical education, hi-tech innovations in engineering and technical infrastructures, rich history architecture, regulatory and preparatory management and business approaches, expansion and development in fashion and management are extensively improving the education standards in India. The Indian admission cycle is complex as it is categorized in two divisions; Jan Intake and July intake. Different courses have similar admission patterns and are divided into two seasons for maintaining the ease.
MBA/PGDM: Jan vs. July Intake
MBA (Masters in Business Administration) is a post graduate course in Business and management and PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma Management) is an equivalent diploma degree. In the midst of the plenty of profession ways accessible today, management emerges as a standout amongst the most prevalent options. It offers an uncommon mix of a lucrative pay-scale, challenging work profile, quick track growth and massive occupational fulfillment.
The board organizes timely entrance examination as the demand of MBA professionals is on top. Individuals are required to qualify the entrance exams to take admissions in MBA colleges. CAT (Common Admission Test), Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), CAT (Common Admission Test), Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT), Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP), Management Aptitude Test (MAT) are some major entrance tests for MBA and PGDM admissions. Basically, the admissions take places twice a year, during January to April and July to October. The January intake is much progressive as compared to July intake due to the less admission traffic in colleges.
MPhil/PhD/Junior Research Fellowship: January Intake
In India, Union Grant Commission (UGC) conducts NET- National Eligibility Test for the degree holders. UGCNET is conducted for the admissions of students in 84 subjects across the country to carve out the best professors, assistant professors, researchers and subject scientists for the same.
For the award of Junior Research Fellowship, candidates qualifying would be eligible for receiving UGC fellowship under various schemes and subject for their placement in universities/IITs/institutions.The test is conducted in the month of November and admission takes place during January intake.
BBA course: July Intake
BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration) is an undergrad business administration course. The course is configured to give fundamental comprehension about management instruction and to prepare the undergraduates in relational abilities that instills business aptitudes. This course prepares the students with the excellent management skills in contextual investigations, ventures, introductions, and so forth. Interestingly there is a huge requirement of employers in government associations too. There is additionally a developing interest for good Indian administrators in foreign countries.
The admissions of BBA course takes place in the month of May/June as the session starts in July/August. The students who have qualified their secondary examinations with Commerce streams can apply for BBA course.
BCA course: July Intake
BCA stands for the Bachelor in Computer Application. It is a 3-year graduation degree course for the most part for those aspirants who are seeking a career in computer stream and have a quest to learn computer dialects to join leading Software companies. In recent time, each course has its own particular importance. BCA likewise, plays an important role in the technical world. Some students who are not ready to take a 4-year B.Tech graduation degree course in Computer Science branch pursue the BCA course.
The admissions take place during the month of May/June by tests or merit lists. Followed by the results of the Intermediate examinations, the gateways are open of Science-Mathematics-Computer students to make their decisions for admissions.
B.Tech/B.E.: July Intake
The Bachelor of Technology is abbreviated as B.Tech whereas B.E. stands for Bachelor of Engineering. These are the graduate academic degrees of engineering and technology where the students of Science background make their career as Engineers. Being one of the traditional courses ever existed, the relevance and need of Engineers has always increased since its inception.
These four-year programmes are offered by IITs, NITs, BHU, BITS on the basis of JEE mains, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc. rankings of the students. The colleges and universities organize July intake for engineering courses.
B.Pharma: July Intake
Bachelor of Pharmacy is a 4-year programme. In the wake of finishing the course, graduates acquire the 'Bachelor of Pharmacy' degree. Graduates can start their venture as Pharmacist in India and in addition abroad. Science stream students both from Mathematics and Biology background are qualified to seek B.Pharma course after finishing senior secondary education.
The admission process takes place during the month of April, May, and June as the CBSE, ISC and states boards declare their results of intermediate examinations. For B.Pharma admissions, students are required to qualify an entrance test with an interview.
Hotel Management: July Intake
More than 2.4 million individuals in India are excelling in Travel and Hotel management by contributing a good percentage in national GDP. This venture provides energizing, fascinating and diversely adventurous professions to the aspiring individuals. Consistent development and relentless enhancement in the business provides sufficient gateways to individuals for high development, advancement and official status at an early age.
During the month of May/June starts the admission for Hotel Management course. To take the admission in the Indian Institute of Hotel Management students are required to qualify the national level entrance test.
Law: July Intake
Today, Law has become the first favorite choice of course among the students. The growth and success rate in the profession is increasing the intake of students in law colleges. Both government as well as private colleges of law has witnessed a grand footfall in recent years. The course includes the legal studies, research, understanding of constitution and law related education.
CLAT – Common Law Aptitude Test is a national level entrance test for law course. The course can be opted as B.A.LL.B or LL.B. by students. B.A.LL.B. is a 5 year course where students are rewarded with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a LL.B degree. The entrance exam is conducted during the month of May which is further followed by the admission process.
B.Sc/BA/B.Com: July Intake
The bachelors degree in Science, Arts and Commerce are opted by students diversely as the demand and value of traditional courses are increasing with time. Be it Fashion, Foreign languages, Indian languages, Subject specialization, or Fine Arts, the admission process of these courses takes place during Mid-year. The colleges accept July intake and the session generally long between July to April. The bachelor degrees are offered by National and State level university and possess great value globally.
The highly recognized institutes offering Bachelor degrees are Delhi University, Banaras Hindu University, Aligarh Muslim University, Jamia Milia Islamia either organizes admission entrance tests or conducts admissions based on the merit of the students during May and June. The percentage of senior secondary examinations plays keyrole during the admissions in B.Sc, BA and B.Com courses.
Distance courses: January vs. July intake
Major universities offering distance education like IGNOU, Sikkim Manipal University are conducting admissions during the month of January and July as the session starts during the same. Courses like agriculture, foreign languages, humanities, sciences, education, management, engineering, law, travel and tourism, etc.
Both the admission cycles witness an ample number of students throughout as the demand of manpower is increasing in every industry. Individuals who are doing jobs are the best suited to go for distance mode of learning. The dual benefits of the distance programmes are benefitting the individuals with higher success rate in India as well as in abroad.