Tuesday, March 18, 2014


That's the score at which, I was informed at an institute I recently visited, a student was (or had to be) admitted to the MBA program.
  1. MBA is no longer a serious program.
  2. Supply of MBA institutes far exceed the demand.
  3. Students are getting dumber.
  4. Institute is under pressure for monetary reasons to admit such students.
  5. MBA, the tag, has become more important than actual merit.
  6. MBA has become a short-cut to everything.
I still haven't gotten down to listing the more serious inferences. Make your inferences.