Career & Education
Taking into consideration, the holistic show of institutes- admissions, faculty, placements, academic resources and other key factors that a prospective engineering candidate would like to make basis for their decision of choosing the best engineering college, Chronicle has come out with the India’s Best Engineering Colleges Survey for 2019.
MBA is the most popular course after Engineering in India. With the growing number of aspirants, there has been a constant rise in the number of management institutes, specifically private ones. With the sprouting of so many B-schools in India, it becomes difficult to be able to rely on the quality of education of each and every institute. This process becomes easier if one knows the ins and outs of a B-school. Based on these ins and outs, we have come out with this survey on best B-Schools in North Zone in 2019.
Amidst the cultural manifestation of the South region, there has been a meteoric rise in the industrial complex over the past few decades. Besides being home to numerous start ups, engineering colleges, the South region has also experienced an unstoppable and a remarkable growth of institutes offering management education. What becomes relevant here for the management aspirants is that amongst a voluminous number of B-schools, choosing the right institute becomes challenging. The Chronicle’s B-school Survey (South Zone) 2019 highlights some of the best management institutes, of which the results have been analyzed keeping in mind the most essential factors- Placements, Infrastructure, Admission process, ROI, Industry interaction, Admission process and Social Responsibility.
With the perception towards law changing considerably over the past few years, the number of students seeking a career in law has grown tremendously. India is home to many top law institutes apart from the other thousands of institutes; it becomes vital to choose a recognized law college if one is willing to make big in the field of law.
You may be familiar with names like Vikramjit Banerjee (Additional Solicitor General of India), Justice S. Sunil Dutt Yadav (Judge, High Court of Karnataka), Avi Prasad (IPS Officer), Chakravarti Singh Rathore (IAS Officer), Dorj Odbayar (Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Mongolia)- these personalities are just a few of the many that the National Law Universities of India has produced.