Generally reputed colleges have been found to be giving very good placement opportunities. For that matter government colleges are having 100% placement rates. So if you want to get job immediately after graduation better go for college/University which have campus placements.
If you’re more concerned about completing degree first than job. Any UGC recognized and AICTE approved engineering college/university is fine to be admitted as even if you fail to bag a job through campus you’d get it through job fairs or contacts. Though campus placements give higher exposure to jobs.
It’s always better to enquire about authenticity of the college – it’s recognition status before taking admission whatever grade it may be falling in and even if job is not your priority.
Management studies, in general, cannot be justified if you don’t have a problem in hand that you want to address through your efforts. Studies need to aim at this aspect of problem solving of real-life. This can be simplified and attained if the courses are undertaken from one of the college/university of repute.
Every year there are at least a million management graduates passing from every stream. Yet, only a handful of them are capable enough to convert their knowledge into something useful. Considering the number of opportunities, we have today, the efforts put in the direction are practically less. We waste the resources by creating a management graduate who isn’t able to contribute, communicate and waste a brilliant mind in undermining his true potential.
North India is host to many universities offering management courses. But one need to make sure that they undergo the course from the university of repute which ensures the students are taught in the manner they are able to understand and accompany it with practical knowledge. One such institution is IIMT University, which has a management college of repute and is rated among the top private MBA college in Delhi NCR. It makes every student study with an intention of making them knowledgeable and employable so that the time and money spent of the student is fruitful.