Job Prospects for MBA Graduates in Delhi/NCR

Published On: 24 Jan 2012

 | Last Updated On: 25 Jan 2012

MBA is one of the most sought after programs among students. MBA acts as a launch pad for several students in Delhi. In Delhi, there are many premier institutes and B-Schools that offer MBA programs for all job aspirants. The sectors that hire fresh MBA graduates in Delhi are Marketing & Sales, Administration and Human Resource Management, Financial Services, Retail, It & ITES and Hospitality and Tourism. However, Management Consulting, FMCG, BFSI and IT are the most preferred sectors of students. Mostly the companies offer a minimum salary of Rs. 15000 to the freshers.

Potential Jobs for an MBA in Delhi

In Delhi, MBA graduates are offered different kinds of job options. The job profile and job description varies from company to company. Most of the MBA graduates in Delhi are offered jobs in financial planning management and assistance, marketing trainee, key account manager, finance trainee, HR executive, Sales Manager and Sales Officer. Many leading companies in Delhi hire MBA graduates for business development. Human resource jobs in Delhi mostly require female MBA graduates.

In order to fetch MBA jobs in Delhi one should have a management degree with a specialization in economics, accounting, finance, marketing, strategy, organizational behavior, international business, information technology management, supply chain management, human resource management, project management and operations management. Specialization in any of these fields increases the chances of getting a job.

Booming Industries in Delhi/NCR Region

The foreign investments taking place in Delhi along with a boom in sectors such as IT, ITES, Real Estate, Health, Telecom, BFSI, Retail and Consulting have contributed towards to Delhi’ economy up to a large extent. The increasing numbers of business schools in Delhi have also contributed to its steady economy. Some of the renowned industrial segments located in Delhi include big companies from various sectors such as -Met Life India Insurance Co Private Ltd., Aviva Life Insurance, ING Vysya, Vodafone, Idea, Airtel, MTNL, Fortis, Max, Apollo, Escorts, Axis Bank, Citi Bank, Standard Chartered, Deutsche bank, Hindustan Media Ventures Ltd., Twenty Onwards Media, Times of India, Economic Times, TV Today Network

Noida

Most of the corporates and MNCs prefer Noida for setting up their head offices due to its infrastructure and connectivity with Delhi and Guragon. The business schools in NCR are also ranked among the top B-schools in India. Some of the top companies based in Noida include - Acetel Technologies, IDEA Cellular, Coral telecom, IBM, Infosys, Accenture, TCS, HCL, Moonshine media, Raconteur Media, Fortis, Max

Greater Noida is also emerging as the hub for many Indian and foreign MNCs. A large number of residential and Business proposals are coming up in Greater Noida. Some of the industries based in Greater Noida are Delphi, Escorts Yamaha Motors, Hind polymers, Hindustan times, LG Electronics, HPCL Ltd., Moser baer and Videocon.

Gurgaon

Gurgaon is also emerging as the hub of IT companies. The outsourcing and off shoring companies are making Gurgaon one of the prime destinations within Delhi/NCR. The key industries of Gurgaon are Auto Manufacturing, IT, ITES and Pharmaceuticals. However, other industries and MNCs are also migrating to Gurgaon due to the infrastructure facilities and skilled labor from all corners of India. Some of the major companies based in Gurgaon are - HBO Asia, India times, Alcatel, GE Capital, Apollo Clinic, Artemis, Airtel and Vodafone.

Delhi/NCR has gradually become a hub for MBA aspirants, corporates as well as job seekers. Large number of business schools in Delhi attracts MBA aspirants across the country. Well developed infrastructure, connectivity and lifestyle attract big MNCs to set up their corporate office which in turn creates jobs and attracts job seekers to Delhi.

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