It is not a new thing to observe the change of trend in the education system and nowadays. It can be seen clearly how the education system of the whole world is changing as well as in India where education has moved beyond technical education to management education. If you observe corporates closely, you will find that a person who works in his function, he sometimes has to work in other functions as well and over time he may have to work at a managerial post for which he should be prepared and sometimes some skill sets are required to handle such managerial posts and they are very important to have. For this reason, nowadays students are starting to opt for Management courses like MBA, PGDM in their postgraduate courses. Due to the boom in the demand for management courses, many new management institutes were established in India to meet the required demand and many of them are performing quite well. While building the institute it is very important to ensure that this institute is constructed in the city where there is more demand for the students who passed out from it and this is the reason that Bengaluru is one among those cities in India where the demand of management and engineering student is very high and for this reason the management institutions in the city are also very high and Don Bosco School of Management is one among them.

About DBSM:

The college was established in the year 2001, in the city Bangalore, Karnataka and currently holding the accreditation from AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education). It has received the 3rd rank in the Outlook-ICARE India MBA Rankings survey of 2020 and now became one of the leading B-school in Bengaluru, Karnataka. It also provides very good exposure to the students to the foreign countries with the help of collaboration with FOM University, Germany, and Rome Business School, and all this together makes the Don Bosco School of Management a worthwhile place to get admission in.

Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility criteria vary from course to course and the institute offers courses like MBA (Master of Business Administration), PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management), MSc, MFM (Master of Fashion Management), PGDM + Certificate. For taking admission in master degree courses like MBA and PGDM, it is necessary to pass 50% marks in graduation as well as pass in any other entrance exam like CAT, MAT, CMAT and PGCET and secure minimum 60 percentile in any entrance exam to get eligible to apply in this institute and all the information is given according to Don Bosco School of Management admission 2020.

MFM Graduation with 50% marks
MSc Graduation in Science or Engineering with a minimum of 50% marks
MBA Graduation with 50% marks + CAT/MAT/CMAT/PGCET
PGDM Graduation with 50% marks + CAT/MAT/CMAT/PGCET

Admission is going on for the year 2020.  In which the student can apply online by visiting their official website, after which the institute will conduct an exam for the shortlisted candidates, but according to the norms of Don Bosco School of Management admission 2020, in this exam, the students will be exempted from the exam who have secured a valid score in other entrance exams like CAT, MAT, CMAT, PGCET and After the exam, one merit list will be made again and the selected students will be called for GD (group discussion) and PI (personal interview) rounds and after that, the selection of the student will be on the merit base only and more information is available on their official website.

Fee structure:

The Don Bosco School of Management fees structure depends on the type and duration of the selected course by the candidate.

PGDM 2yrs 9,00,000/-
MBA 2yrs 24,00,000/-
MSc 2yrs 24,00,000/-
MFM 2yrs 24,00,000/-
PGDM + CERTIFICATE 2yrs 21,00,000/-

It can be seen that the fee structure of this institute is very high.  But if we look at its track record of placements, then this institute has been getting 100% Placements for the last several years and at present, the students who have passed from this institute are spread all over the world and working at high positions in many large multinational companies across the globe which justify the Don Bosco School of Management fees structure.

Management is not only useful in the field of business rather it is spread all around.  There is management all around us, even our daily routine also has management so it’s better to scale up your skill to manage the things better.