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Why MAPS MBA is ideal for management aspirants?

by Sameeksha Khanna 6. August 2012 21:42

Management Education or the MBA program is as popular as ever, as evidenced by the increasing numbers of institutions that offer these popular courses. However great care should be exercised while deciding to join any particular course. Factors such as the cost of the course, the quality of the curriculum, the expertise of the faculty and lastly and importantly the placement track record are critical in helping one make the choice.

Among the mostly highly recommended MBA programs is Educomp MAPS MBA. This particular course has been carefully structured to allow the participants to organically learn management paradigms through exposure to innovation, entrepreneurship and top drawer management techniques. You can choose among the following three specialisations, under the MAPS MBA program-

  1. Marketing
  2. Finance
  3. Human Resources

What does MAPS offer?

  1. All the MAPS campuses across the country are aesthetically built in consultation with leading architects with the state of the art infrastructure that makes learning an immensely gratifying experience. Among the facilities available are the following-

§  Wi-Fi connectivity

§  Fully Air Conditioned Classrooms

§  Fully Equipped Computer Labs

§  Well Stocked Library

§  Conference Rooms

§  Cafeteria

  1. Curriculum: The curriculum is expansive and encompasses myriad aspects of management. The course structure has been structured to facilitate the assimilation of knowledge through an optimal combination of subjects over the two years that the students take to complete the program. Furthermore the students have access to Indian and Harvard Business Review case studies pertaining to all the relevant subjects.
  2. Eligibility: Graduation in any discipline with English as the medium of instruction.

4.   Faculty: With an outstanding faculty comprising some of the doyens of management, the students at MAP learn from the best.

That MAPS MBA courses are very well regarded by industry is borne out by the slew of awards won by its institutes as also its healthy placement track record. Truly a sterling group of institutions.





Tips for MBA grads to ace Placement Interviews - Mr Harpreet Singh

by Sameeksha Khanna 6. August 2012 21:15

The Executive Director of Educomp Raffles Higher Education Ltd., Mr Harpreet Singh's article was covered by Hindustan times' Shine section. It was one of the most informative articles on how to ace Placement interviews with indepth understanding of the actual traits such as honesty, Proper dressing, rehearsal etc which make up for a great interview. Apart from that its the points such as being inquisitive, being calm during interview and effective project summarisation which are the real add-ons for a great interview.

Management Students & Aspirants alike can read more on our website Here

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Faculty Profile - Prof. Stephen Rawlinson

by Sameeksha Khanna 3. July 2012 13:04


Faculty Profile - 



Prof. Stephen Rawlinson

Head - Academic Advisory Council

He is an international educator with many years of experience in tertiary level teaching and leadership in international business, strategic thinking and management. In addition to have worked in the United Kingdom, Bermuda, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, and the People's Republic of China, he has extensive experience in a wide range of business applications. 
He remains active in a number of business related activities geared towards entrepreneurship.



Educomp sweeps World Education Congress Awards!

by Sameeksha Khanna 3. July 2012 11:53

The Educomp Group emerged as a clear winner at the World Education Congress Awards! A hearty congratulations to all involved! 


Educomp won awards in the following categories:

A) Institutional Category-

  • Award for Best Educational Institute for Engineering (new college): JRE School of Engineering, JRE Group of Institutions
  • Award for Best Educational Institute for Management (new college) : JRE School of Management, JRE Group of Institutions
  • Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education (Educomp): Educomp Solutions Ltd
  • Best Virtual Classroom Provider: WizIQ

B) Individual Award category-· 

  • Accessibility and Inclusion through Technology Award : Edureach, Educomp Solutions Ltd.
  • Institutional Leadership Award : Harpreet Singh, President- Higher Education, Educomp Solution Ltd

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Guidance Session GD/PI for BBA Aspirants

by Sameeksha Khanna 25. June 2012 09:29

Students participating in Mock Group Discussion, which was being telecast live to the rest of the audience for a real-time analysis. These sessions are conducted in the guidance of Mr. Ashwani Khosa.


Guidance Session on How to select BBA College

by Sameeksha Khanna 25. June 2012 08:35

Prof Sharma helping students understanding different life stages and the stage of student life in the Guidance Counselling session held on 17th June, 2012 for BBA Aspirants.


Meet Our Director - Mr Harpeet Singh (Executive Director, Educomp Raffles)

by Sameeksha Khanna 15. June 2012 09:00

Educomp BBA has some of the most respected and experienced academicians as Faculty. Starting today, we will profile one of these distinguished educators every day. 



Mr. Harpreet Singh


Executive Director

Educomp Raffles Higher Education Ltd.

Mr. Harpreet Singh is currently designated as Executive Director of Educomp Raffles Higher Education Ltd (ERHEL), a joint venture between Educomp Solutions Limited and Raffles Education Corp Singapore. He is also President with JRE Group of Institutions. ERHEL has strategic alliance with JRE Group of Institutions which offers 2 year PGDM  and a 4 year B.Tech both of which are AICTE approved. Also ERHEL operates two brands that offers high quality education in India under its brands Raffles Millennium International (RMI) and Millennium Academy of Professional Studies (MAPS).

He is post graduate from IIM- Ahmedabad and is a B.Tech Gold Medalist from Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.

He has more than 20 years of work experience. Prior to joining the Educomp Raffles group, Mr. Harpreet has worked with HDFC Bank, Mumbai as the Country Head- NRI Business and Wealth Advisory services. He also worked with Centurian Bank of Punjab as the Business Director Wealth Management, Distribution and loans. In 2004, he has acted as the Vice-President-Direct Sales for Tata Tele Services Ltd. (Tata Indicom Brand, A Tata Enterprise). He has extensive background in Sales, Marketing, Operations & Risk management functions in various financial services/companies/banks such as Standard Chartered Bank, GE Capital Services India, Citibank N.A, Johnson & Johnson ltd, Ceat Financial Services and Goodlass  Nerolac Paints Ltd.

He is a sports enthusiast with Cricket, Athletics & Hockey being his favorites’. He has cooking as his hobby and is usually involved in raising funds for special causes. Harpreet resides in Delhi with his wife and sons.

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5 Things which you should keep in mind while Choosing a College for BBA

by Sameeksha Khanna 11. June 2012 12:44

So, you have decided you want to pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration, but can’t decide upon which college to choose for your graduation course. Here’s some advice as to what to keep in mind while selecting a college for BBA.

1. Placements

Before deciding upon a BBA college, it’s very important to find out their placement scenario. Any college’s reputation is a direct reflection of the story of their placements. Find out their highest, average and lowest package for the last year. This would give you an idea as to which college gives you the best Return-on-Investment (ROI), on your education spending. Any student puts in a lot of investment in terms of his course fee, accommodation fee, etc. By knowing the prospective average placement package you can expect at the end of your three years, you can easily calculate the returns on the same. The college which scores the best in this front should be on top in your preference chart.

2. Curriculum

Before enrolling in any course in any college, you should make a detailed study of their curriculum. Being a professional degree, it is important to ensure what you study for the next 3 years is relevant, dynamic and up-to-date, designed according to industry standards. This ensures you are job-ready after your 3 years. Recruiters also take the same in consideration while gauging a prospective hire’s employability. Also, innovative and contemporary teaching methods like presentations, case studies etc. help students in gaining practical exposure and knowledge.

3. Course Fee

The amount of money you would spend on your studies during the duration of your course is also a very important deciding factor. Many universities charge students exorbitantly for extra expenses like hostel fees, tuition fees etc. They do not disclose these expenses clearly during the time of admission. So it is important for you to do your research thoroughly and try to find out the best college that fits in your budget.

Also, the college fees should not be as high so that you need an education loan to cover your studies. Remember that unlike in an MBA, you are just starting out and hence, a loan so early in your career would be a big burden on you.

4. Good Infrastructure

The infrastructure of the college should be contemporary and well-maintained. The physical facilities and buildings available, spacious classrooms, conference/seminar rooms, well-stocked library, projector facility for presentations, good canteen etc are some of the points for you to keep in mind while evaluating a college’s infrastructure facilities.

5. Personal Interests and Goals

It’s also important to take into consideration your own personal interests and preferences while choosing the right BBA college for yourself. Like, if you are specially interested in the aviation or the tourism sector, find a college which offers a specialization in them. It would help you a lot later in starting out with the right job in the industry of your choice. Also, it would help you in gaining better insights and knowledge and exposure in the subjects of your chosen domain. 

We at MAPS ensure that we take good care of students. We are Educomp MAPS have given a placement assurance to students. The Faculty is mostly from top colleges like the IIMs. Our faculty is trained in personal counseling and ensure that we treat each students differently which helps us understand him better and align the education towards his personal interests and goals.

Admissions to MAPS is currently open, Log on to http://www.maps.edu.in

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How to prepare well for the BBA entrance Exam

by Sameeksha Khanna 8. June 2012 09:54

BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration and is a highly sought undergraduate course in Management education. The course is like other regular graduation courses and is of three years of duration. The course includes general business subjects and advanced course subjects for specialization. A BBA graduate is equipped with handling all organizational functions and analyzing business situations more creatively.

In today's world, there's huge scope for BBA. In the recent years management education has evolved as the most sought after career in our country and hence more and more candidates are drifting towards it. Hence, BBA offers a good starting option for students who are looking to make their mark in the field of management.

The course also lays the sound foundation for a student to pursue an MBA in the future.

The eligibility to apply for admission in BBA is that you must have cleared your 12th class Board exams with 70. This would ensure that you would get at least a decent college in Delhi/NCR Most universities have their own entrance test for selecting candidates for their BBA course.  The entry to BBA course is based on an entrance exam followed by a GD/PI session conducted by the University .

Most of these entrance exams test candidates on their Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Proficiency and Business & General Awareness.

Questions on Quantitative Aptitude test candidate’s mathematical skills, questions on Reasoning Ability include questions on Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation and questions testing English Proficiency include reading comprehensions, correct grammatical usage etc.

A very important aspect of these entrance exams is the part testing the candidate’s General Awareness and Business Awareness. Students, who are in the habit of reading newspapers and magazines regularly, hold an edge over the others in this domain.

There are many institutes providing dedicated coaching for cracking these exams, though students could prepare on their own too.

We at Educomp MAPS are committed to providing quality education in the space of management education. For all the BBA aspirant students of class of 2012, the admissions are open.Candidates can apply on the link http://www.maps.edu.in





How to nail the CAT/MAT exam?

by Sameeksha Khanna 21. May 2012 20:44

Since CAT and also in that prespective MAT is an important exam especially for Indian BSchool Aspirants, it is crucial that you plan for it carefully. Further, it is required that you have a calm and relaxed mind before you take the exam for best results. In order to help you crack the CAT exam without any hassles, here’s help:

1. Get optimum sleep on the exam eve. There is no point cramming at the last minute. If you have spent significant time preparing for the exam, let your mind relax one night before so that you take the exam with a fresh mind. 

2. Ensure you are amply comfortable with computer tutorials. The exam begins with a tutorial on how to take the exam. If you have prepared well, there will be no short- term memory hassles, but still listen carefully. Do not rush through it. Remember, if you panic, you will get further stressed. 

3. Keep moving on with the test, finishing every section one by one, with patience and skill. Do not take too much time on one question, but do not rush too. In order to answer more questions, do not make random guesses. This might lower your score in the end. Skip the ones you are not confident about. 

4. Keep calm and relaxed during the exam. Unnecessary worry will stress you further, thereby lowering your confidence as well as performance. 

5. Waste no time in unnecessary hassles. Listen to the instructions well in advance; do not waste time revisiting the help screen repeatedly. This kills a lot of your time. 

6. Think carefully and answer diligently. Before answering any questions, before cancelling any score or quitting the exam, think twice. Most students do that irrationally, without thinking of the consequences. Think before you take any decision and then carry out the action. One advice: Unless you think there is absolutely no scope of cracking the exam, and you have done it very poorly, do not quit. 

7. Become familiar with the centre. Since you know the testing centre in advance, it is a better idea to figure out how long it takes to reach the centre ahead of time so that you do not run late on the day.  

We at Educomp MAPS wish all the aspirants of the MAT exam about to be held in May. We wish that all you could achieve greater heights in the same exam


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