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- #36666hi friend,
Integrated courses are certainly not banned in India. Inegrated course have been going on all over india in various streams.
1) MBAtech- A 5 year integrated course giving you a dual degree at the end of 5 years. MBA as well as Btech. This course is conducted by jaypee noida and nmims mpstme mumbai
2) Btech and Mtech: At IIT mumbai, this course allows you to complete your post graduation in 5 years, giving you both the degrees.
So integrated courses can be seen as a very good future prospect.
- #36734According to me, integrated courses are FAR better than normal courses. Go For It!!
- #36881Integrated courses are not banned in India.. there are IIT's and many premeire institutes having integrated courses
- #36942MBA integrated courses are a good Option.
If you don’t get admission into a reputed institution, do your graduation first. Work for a while to gain some practical experience and then try for an MBA from a really good B-school that offers excellent placement facilities.
here are some colleges offering these integrated courses:-
IIT Kharagpur Vinod Gupta School Of Management.
IIT Mumbai’s Shailesh. J. Mehta School of management.
Narsee Monjee Institute Of Mgt & higher studies –NIMS, Deemed Univ.
Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra 136119
Birla institute of Technology & Science,Vidya Vihar, Pilani333031[Rajasthan ]
there are various integrated courses running succesfully in India.
You can find following integrated courses:
3. MBA (management)+(Pharma Industry)
4. B.Tech + M.Tech (maximum 5 years plan)
Integrated courses are infact a very good option as there are no discrepancies of post graduation admissions. Moreover, often candidates doing integrated programs get easily real world corporate level assignments which helps in making interpersonal skill as well as earning a good stipend.
Most of students may get confused between "INTEGRATED COURSES" and "SIMULTANEOUS/DUAL PROGRAMS".
Intergrated courses take normal course of time in completion. The benefit is that candidates have secure 3+2 sittings of UG+PG.
But in case of Simultaneous or Dual Programs, completion of course is equal to that of UG=PG. Hence making it illegal.
Therefore, before taking admission, students should get insured themselves via they are going for Integrated course or Dual Program.
The best way to find accuracy : Just google the name of university in search bar ( don't follow direct weblink of university). If the university bears complaints against it, then it will get reflected almost at early pages of search results of google.
If anyone finds consumer complaint via google then its better to leave that university.
Thanks & regards,
- #37690Integrated Courses are good. It is not banned in India. Integrated courses does not require entrance exam for second level course.
Thanks & Regards,
- #37847to get the higher degree within short term there is many integrated course is available . it is good to get higher education degree within short period of span
- #38021Integrated courses are a good and meaningful alternative to pusuing a regular degree and then going in for a post graduation. They are time and energy savers. Though you must be careful in choosing a reputed institute to get your degree. They make your learning more and more tough and you end up gaining more in less time. It is not your cup of tea if you are a bit laxy.
Almost all professional degrees except for medicine you have integrated courses these days.
Go in for it only if you are capable of doing nine things at one go.
The anxiety of getting a seat for post graduation is not there.