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10% Government Jobs & Education quota for General Category Poor Candidates Almost Done 2019

10% quota for General Category Poor almost done

Parliament clears amendment Bill

Presidential approval next step before it becomes law

New Delhi, January 9: Parliament today approved amending the Constitution to provide 10 per cent reservation to General Category poor in jobs and education, with the government terming the landmark move a “slog over sixes”. A day after the Lok Sabha approved the Constitution (124th Amendment) Bill, 2019, the Rajya Sabha passed the law with 165 voting in favour and seven against. In the last leg of the legislative process, the Bill will now go to the President for approval. And once it gets his assent, it will become the law that will give economically weaker sections in the General Category 10 per cent reservation in education as well as Central and state government jobs.

The Bill was approved after the House rejected a motion moved by Kanimozhi (DMK) and supported by Left parties for sending it to a parliamentary select committee for scrutiny. Against 18 members supporting, 155 opposed it and one member abstained. The Bill was approved after the House rejected five amendments moved by Opposition members.

The quota will be over and above the existing 50 per cent reservation to SCs, STs and OBCs. Replying to the nearly eight-hour debate in the Rajya Sabha, Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot asked Congress how it would have implemented the promise it made in its election manifesto of giving reservation to poor of General Category but by amending the Constitution.
10% Government Jobs & Education quota for General Category Poor Candidates

He said reservation to SC, ST and OBCs would not be touched by the amendment and Opposition parties should have supported the legislation, but without any ifs and buts. The changes in the Constitution being made to provide the reservation will hold scrutiny of the Supreme Court, he hoped. “Filling up of jobs reserved for SC/STs and OBCs is an ongoing process,” he said, adding: “The Bill is an attempt to benefit poor of General Category who have been deprived so far.” While the Opposition questioned the motive behind bringing the legislation just four months before the General Election, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad used cricketing analogy to justify the move: “Sixes are hit only in the slog overs and more are in the pipeline.”

Disclaimer: This news has been shared in every newspaper, but we took this information from " The Tribune Newspaper" published on 10th Jan. 2019. So all the Rights of above information goes to this newspaper only.

Basic Employability Skills List - Good Job Skills are Critical for Future Employment

Employability Skills List

Good Job Skills

Employability Skill Improvement to Grab A Good Job in Future

In this article we are going to share some basic employability skills list with you readers to grab a good job in future. Everyone of us should know about these basic employability skills before getting ready for a professional careers.  Looking ahead at 2019 and beyond, is not just about jobs and careers of the future, but more about how we should prepare ourselves for what could be a completely different world 10 years hence! Ten years ago, Facebook didn’t exist, nor did WhatsApp! Ten years before that, we didn’t have the Web. Yet today everyone is on a roller coaster speeding ahead to a world where nothing is predictable, nor impossible. But what is apparent is that good job skills won’t disappear — they will be re-defined, requiring new skill list. The idea that you get an education when you're young and then you stop and you go and work for 40 or 50 years with that educational training and that’s over for sure now. All of us are going to have to continue to adapt, get new employability skills, and possibly go back for different types of training and credentials.
Employability Skills List

Moreover, the skills set needed for jobs in the future are changing along with the advancing technology and the digital world. In fact, soft skills like communication, problem-solving, collaboration and empathy are becoming as much valued as tech savviness. In such a world, how do we prepare ourselves for the jobs of the unknown future ? We can do that by focusing today's learning towards employability skills required for an evolving and super charged tomorrow:

Social Skills – Communication

It isn't enough just doing engineering, or some technical course, the better technology gets, the more people will have to focus on their "human skills" to survive in the workforce. As computers get more intelligent, the work that will take over will require human skills like leadership, motivation and emotional intelligence. In fact overall social skills such as persuasion, and teaching others will be in demand across industries, as will cognitive abilities, such as creativity and mathematical reasoning, communication and complex problem solving capabilities.

Equally important is Social Intelligence : The ability to connect with others in a deep and direct way to sense and stimulate reactions and desired interactions ; Cross cultural competence - the ability to operate in different cultural settings; and trans- disciplnary intelligence - literacy in and ability to understand concepts across multiple disciplines.

Technology skills:

Starting with solid technology skills, essential for every student — Digital literacy skills. The digital transformation impacts every industry, and being able to befriend the “machine” is one of the most critical of skills. Just knowing programming languages is not enough. Even today the maximum jobs being lost are in the IT services sector, where applications are being moved to the cloud, and the focus is on machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics. The ability to embrace technology and machines is about the ability to get stuff done, about knowing the tools and how to use them. They also involve using social media, working with design or video editing software and knowing programming languages. Some skills that could be useful in a future technology-driven world:

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: AI is becoming essential for acquiring, storing, transferring and managing the huge amounts of data produced today. AI and machine learning scientists can work within a variety of settings, including private companies, technology companies, production and manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, customer service, finance, construction, government agencies and defence.

Coding : An increasing number of businesses are relying on computer code, particularly those involving Information Technology, Data Analysis, design, engineering and pure science.

Digital Marketing: More and more companies are moving their marketing into the digital space for greater reach and access to the needs of customers, their usage of websites and search engines and to optimize online marketing initiatives.

Design thinking: Accelerated rates of technological and social change will require more workers to focus on problem finding and problem framing, rather than simply problem solving. Design thinking introduces methods of problem finding and problem framing in the pursuit of emergent innovation. Some ways to develop or improve your technology skills include:
■ Take up a short or online course in the IT skills you wish to develop
■ Find out what technology will be used in the job you want and how it's used
■ Take up extra training at work

Tips to boost Basic employability Skills
■ Learn a new language - bilingual employees have a definite advantage in today's global world.

■Whenever possible, participate in college activities and be a part of the organising committee for college events. These initiatives will teach you values of team work, leadership skills, communication skills and will go a long way in preparing you for the future.

■ Take up a summer internship while you are still studying so that you get hands-on experience of the workings of an industry. This will be taken into account by your hiring manager and will give you an edge over other candidates.

■ It is vital to keep an open mind and keep learning, throughout your career. Maintain a lifelong learning outlook. It will certainly help improve your employability.

Critical thinking & complex problem-solving Although we strongly rely on automated technology for some parts of our work, there are some things a computer just cannot do, such as make executive decisions for us. The Information Age requires a brand-new set of skills involving statistics, probability, cost-benefit analysis, principles of cognitive psychology, logic and dialectical reasoning. You need these skills to be able to constantly analyze various situations, consider multiple solutions and make decisions through logic and reasoning.

Problem-solving is a skill we should all possess but as the world advances, we'll be faced with even more difficulties than ever before. In order to find solutions to these problems, you need to have the mental flexibility and proficiency of thinking outside the box, to see the bigger picture and come up with solutions and responses. It involves being able to use a logical process to figure things out. Start expanding your brain power and tackling a few issues that have been lingering, and you'll be fully prepared for the future.

Some ways to develop adaptability/Employability skills: Start in small ways like changing your route to work, saying 'yes' to something you might normally say 'no' to automatically, or trying a different and unfamiliar food Look for opportunities to try new things that will keep you learning- learn a new skill, make new friends, try a new type of food, take the initiative for starting something new in your college, community. Whenever you encounter a new challenge, make a quick list of some of the potential ways you could solve the problem. Experiment with different strategies and focus on developing a logical way to work through common problems Undertake exercises that encourage you to work out several COAs (Courses of action) for hypothetical challenging situations. Every one should have a Good Job skill to satisfy his/her role in the organization. So every one should work on these basic Employability Skills to increase their job scope.

Steps to success in Exams - Tips on How to Clear Exam with Success

Steps to success in exams

A student’s marks in examination are directly proportional to one’s hard work. However, we forget that the result also depends on how you write answers to the questions in examination. The modus operandi of writing answers is an immaculate art, which you can master by putting in efforts and practicing daily. Here are a few ways to write your answers in examination, which will help you score better. So here are the Steps to success in Exams:

Write question number correctly and Legibly:
Students are usually careless while writing the question number. If the examiner is not able to make out the question number, the student will lose marks.

A. Always write correct number of the question you are attempting. Incorrect question number doesn’t help even if the answer is correct.

B. Numerals must be written in standard notation. Do not write them carelessly, lest they should be difficult to decipher. The way you write a figure must not be mistaken for some other number.

C. Write the question numbers in bold. Encircle the question number, so that the examiner may easily find out which question they are evaluating.

D. If a particular question has a few sub-parts, those too must be written correctly, boldly, clearly and legibly.

Here are the question patterns and suggestions on how to answer these:

Objective-type questions:

These are also called the multiple-choice questions. The questions are high scoring because these test memory retention of students. The answers to these questions are usually simple, and for these high level of intelligence and understanding is not required.

ü Objective-type questions may be asked in multiple ways. The answers to such questions must be written in full sentence or in a few words.

ü Sometimes, for the objective-type questions, where alternative answers are not given, correct answers need to be filled in the space or gap provided. In this case, the correct way of answering the question is to write the answer with the question number and underline it.

ü Some questions have a yes or no option given. You must clearly write yes or no with their question numbers.

Steps to success in Exams

Long-answer questions

Long-answer type questions are based on the holistic and intensive study of the entire syllabi of subjects. The questions carry six to eight marks and that is why they substantially affect the final score and results of students. These questions have also the word limit of around 300 to 350 words. But here too, it is not any hard and fast rule. As long as your answer focuses on contents and is relevant to the question asked, going beyond word limit is not an aberration.
Start answering these questions with the brief introduction of the topic concerned or the definitions of the related topics.

ü Laws, rules, theories, theorems, principles must be stated wherever necessary.

ü Answers must be divided in smaller paragraphs. Each paragraph must contain important contents and points not discussed earlier.

ü Use diagrams and graphs wherever essentially required. If these have not been demanded in the question, avoid wasting time on them.

ü Formulae and their derivations must be written clearly and step-wise.

ü Keep answers clean and do your best not to make any overwriting and cuts. If you commit any mistake, do not spoil the page to correct it.

Numerical questions

Numerical questions carry various denominations of marks, such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8... and so on. Keep in mind the following points:

ü Proceed step-wise to solve these questions.

ü Formulae must be written very clearly. Also explain the various symbols and notation used in the formula. It shows good attitude and culture of the students.

ü Overwriting in calculation must be avoided at all costs.

ü Write figures or numerals exactly correct and in their standard notation. Here again do not write the figures hurriedly and carelessly.

ü You must do rough work either at the margins of the same page or on the pages before the last page. At the top of these pages you must write rough or miscellaneous.

Work On your Performance Tips
§  You may start writing answers preferably from the third page of the answer copy. However, even if you begin answering from the second page, it would not be an issue.

§  Answering questions in sequence or in serial order gives you an edge over others who answer haphazardly. But, here too, again it is not any rule. You may answer any question first you feel confident about.

§  You must leave a few lines’ gap between two consecutive answers. The bottom line is answers of any two questions must not overlap each other, otherwise you may lose marks of one of the answers mistaken by the examiner for the answer of a single question.

§  Always write the entire answer on the same page or pages in sequence. Spreading your answers in different pages is not considered wise. 

Disclaimer: We took this information from "the Tribune" Newspaper published on 2nd Jan. 2019. So all the rights of above information goes to that newspaper only.

LPU Students Build a Driver-less Solar Bus - Great Achievement

LPU students build driver-less Solar Bus

December 27:  Students of different departments of Lovely Professional University (LPU) have built a driver-less, solar-powered bus. The bus will be used to welcome and ferry Prime Minister to the venue of the Indian Science Congress to be held on the LPU campus on January 3.

The design of the bus has been made keeping in mind the Indian conditions and the vehicle will cost Rs 6 lakh. Since the engine is both battery and solar powered, so its running cost is almost negligible. The bus has a maximum speed of 30 km per hour and could have a seating capacity of 10-30 persons.

Over 300 students from mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering departments of the university collaborated under the guidance of LPU professors and experts to design and fabricate the vehicle. The fabrication is being done at the campus project studio.

LPU students build driver-less Solar Bus

The bus is completely pollution free and uses only renewable energy in the form of electric motor and solar power for propulsion. Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communication technology has been used to make the bus driverless.

The bus also uses GPS and Bluetooth for navigation and could be controlled within a radius of 10 metres. Ashok Mittal, LPU Chancellor, said, “The bus is one of the interesting projects done by the students. The Indian Science Congress will further be a great exposure for our students.” Mandeep Singh, project head, said, “We are very happy to design a completely driverless and eco-friendly bus to welcome PM Modi. If his schedule and safety preparations permit, we would love to give him a tour of our campus in the bus.”


■ The bus will be used to welcome and ferry Prime Minister to the venue of the Indian Science Congress to be held on the LPU campus on January 3.

■ The design of the bus has been made keeping in mind the Indian conditions and the vehicle will cost ~6 lakh.

■ The bus has a maximum speed of 30 km per hour and a seating capacity of 10-30 persons.

Disclaimer: We took this information from “The Tribune” newspaper published on 28th Dec. 2018 on page Number:2. So all rights of above information goes to this newspaper only.

RPF Recruitment 2019- Railway Jobs for 798 Constable Posts under Railway Protection Force

Railway Protection Force (RPF) Recruitment 2019

RPF Recruitment for 798 posts of Constable (Ancillary)

Indian Railways Recruitment for vacant positions of constable posts under RPF department. Railway Protection Force (RPF) Recruitment 2019. There are total 798 vacant positions which are going to be filled up through this RPF Recruitment 2019. The online railway job applications are invited from qualified Male as well as Female applicants from India for the recruitment of Constables (Ancillary) in different trades in Railway Protection Force (RPF).

Railway Protection Force (RPF) Recruitment 2019
Indian Fresher candidates who are looking for the railway jobs in India under RPF department can apply for this Railways Protection Force recruitment 2019 through online process which will be begin on 1st January 2019. Applicants should go through the RPF Recruitment Advertisement sensibly and carefully before applying this RPF Recruitment for constable posts . More information related to these railway jobs in India is given below in this article. We currently take this information from the Employment Newspaper published on 22nd Dec. to 28th Dec. 2018. The official notification will be published on 1st Jan. 2019 on the Indian Railways website. We share the employment newspaper file under IMPORTANT LINK section at the last of this article.

Basic Info about this RPF Recruitment 2019

Job Profile Name: Constable (Ancillary) 

Number of Vacancies– 798 posts

Pay band: Rs.19,900-63,200 + Other Benefits per Month

Suitability Criteria Required for Applying

Educational Conditions: Indian fresher candidates who have passed in their 10th class examination from a well-recognized education board of India can apply for these railway jobs in India.

Age Bond: Indian applicants age be less than 25 years and more than 18 years for applying this RPF Recruitment for constable posts 2019.

What is the Process for Applying?

Candidates can apply online for this RPF recruitment 2019. There is no other way for applying these railway jobs in India. The Link for applying will be activated on 1st Jan. 2019 and this link will remain activated up to 30th Jan. 2019.
So the eligible candidates from India can apply online between these dates. No offline application will be accepted by the RPF Recruitment department. So apply online.

1st Jan. 2019 is the Start Date to apply.
30th Jan. 2019 is the Last Date to apply.


CAT-2018 Test Analysis - CAT Cut-off May be Lower than 2017


CAT cut-offs may be lower than 2017

This years( 2018) CAT Test Cut-offs may be lower than 2017 test. Abraham Lincoln famously said, 'Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.' If there is something that has justified the intelligence of importance good preparation deserves, it is CAT 2018.

Some Questions and these Answer related to CAT 2018 Exam:

·       Did CAT 2018 spring a major surprise this year?
          Well, no!

·       Was CAT 2018 more difficult than CAT 2017?
           Well, maybe not!

VARC section: The VARC section gave a mild surprise to students across both slots. Out went the taken-for-granted 6-Q and 3-Q passages. Making a wonder entrance were five question and four-question passages. That would have immediately enlarged the complete length of the content that needed to be read by test-takers to attempt the 24 RC questions. Decision-making for those who weren’t looking to answer all the RCs would have been riskier, what with all the RCs apparently of similar struggle level. The topics covered were also more unusual than usual — environment, biology, sociology, and history were the flavours of the day. The slight increase in difficulty in RC was mostly compensated for by easier VA sections in both slots, the vast relief for scholars being four-sentence Para Formation Questions. Odd-Man Out questions were also low-hanging fruits, with summary questions proving to be somewhat riskier. All in all, the VARC section hung around the same difficulty level as last year 2017; those who haven’t practiced a lot might have found it a little harder, given the nature of options in some questions and the intensity of the subjects.

DILR Section: The DILR Section was comparatively easier associated to CAT 2017, but make no mistake, it was still very challenging in both slots of the CAT Exam. Though, unlike last year, there was at least one doable set in both the slots along with some manageable/fight-worthy sets. Both the slots saw some straightforward set types - Distributions/Venn-Diagrams/Calculation based sets. Nevertheless, the time that these sets demanded was a dampener which would contribute to lowering the cut-offs.

Quant Section: The Quant Section in this CAT Exam 2018 proved to be the high tide in both slots. CAT Exam under Quant section was easily a few notches higher in difficulty level as compared to CAT 2017. This difficulty level was tempted mainly by the need to work around fixed methods. In this Section these is no low hanging fruits and very few questions could be solved without breaking a sweat. Quant Questions were long, and some also had extra conditions (read twists) that the scholars needed to watch out for. The number of Easy questions saw a obviously drastic fall compared to last year which will contribute to a steep fall in the cut-offs this year. The other seeming feature of the QA section this year is the continued focus on arithmetic. Pure-maths questions (on Functions, P&C, CG, etc.) were present, albeit lower in number.

Within mathematics, the focus on normal suspects like Numbers was very low in both the slots, while Geometry, TW and TD had very good representation. While a very well-prepared scholar would not have broken much sweat, those who were tentative on their homework would have found out that the going was not as smooth as they would have liked it to be.

Overall:  CAT 2018 Examination was a smooth practice for scholars across the republic. From the students' viewpoint, it turned out to be more or less on the expected lines with a bit of fluctuation in the difficulty of sections here and there. The CAT Exam 2018 cut-offs are expected to be a tad lower than those of last year 2018, overall, QA being the spoilsport this time around.

Disclaimer: This Information is taken from The Tribune Newspaper. This information was printed on weekly paper well known as “ Job and Careers” on the Front Page on 28th Nov. 2018.

State Govt Provided 647 Jobs in Last 4 years: RTI(Right To Information) Reply Revealed

State govt provided 647 jobs in 4 years: RTI reply

15.21 lakh registered at employment exchanges of 15 districts

Rohtak, November 26, 2018:  Information furnished by the state government in response to a Right to Information (RTI) application has revealed that of the 15,21,854 youth registered at employment exchanges in 15 districts during the past about four years, only 647 have got jobs.

■ Rohtak-based RTI activist Subhash seeks information about jobless youth registered at employment exchanges in the state from October 1, 2014, to May 20, 2018, and those who have got jobs in this period

■ Gets information pertaining to Rohtak, Nuh, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Mahendragarh, Ambala, Jind, Faridabad, Palwal, Fatehabad, Sirsa, Yamunanagar, Dadri, Bhiwani and Panchkula districts in response to RTI query

Rohtak-based RTI activist Subhash, who is state convener of the Haryana Soochna Adhikar Manch, had sought information about jobless youth registered at employment exchanges in the state from October 1, 2014, to May 20, 2018, and those who got jobs during this period. “Information furnished is shocking, to say the least.

Only 647 of the 15.21 lakh youth registered at employment exchanges in 15 districts got jobs in about four years. Of these, 28 have been employed on contract and 139 are in private jobs,” Subhash said.

He stated that from information received in response to the RTI application, it seemed that generation of jobs was not on the priority list of the government and it has given only assurances to the jobless youth.

Information furnished by government functionaries pertains to Rohtak, Nuh, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Mahendragarh, Ambala, Jind, Faridabad, Palwal, Fatehabad, Sirsa, Yamunanagar, Dadri, Bhiwani and Panchkula districts. As per the RTI replies, 2.02 lakh youth were registered in Rohtak from October 1, 2014, to Many 20, 2018, but none of them got a job during this period and 10,835 eligible unemployed youth were given unemployment allowance totalling Rs 3.32 crore.

None of the 2.42 lakh youth registered in Karnal got any job during this period. Rohtak is the home district of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and Karnal his Assembly constituency.

Disclaimer: This News has been taken from The Tribune Newspaper (Page NO. 6) on 27th Nov. 2018. All rights of Above Information goes to the The Tribune website.

Uncertainty on 50,000 contractual staff jobs - High Court Deadline to Fill Vacancies End of November 30 2018

Uncertainty on 50,000 contractual staff jobs

HC deadline to fill vacancies ends on Nov 30

Chandigarh, November 18: Clouds of uncertainty are hovering over the employment of nearly 50,000 contractual and ad hoc employees of the Haryana Government.

With the High Court’s six month deadline to fill vacancies on a regular basis in place of the contractual and ad hoc employees ending on November 30, the contractual staff is in a state of tizzy. In fact, it is double whammy for the contractual staff as the Supreme Court, which was moved by the Haryana Government to challenge the May 31, 2018, judgment of the high court quashing the regularisation policies and setting the six month deadline, is yet to hear the matter.

As there are thousands of employees who had been appointed on ad hoc/contract/work-charged/daily wages to take care of the work being carried out by them in different departments, we direct that they be allowed to continue for a period of six months, during which the state shall ensure that regular posts, wherever required, are advertised and the process of selection is completed,” the high court in its May 31 judgement had said.
Uncertainty on 50,000 contractual staff jobs

The high court had made it clear that under no circumstances would any temporary employee be allowed to continue thereafter. “Unless there is a relief from the Supreme Court, over 50,000 contractual employees face the spectre of losing their jobs,” Subhash Lamba, Sarv Karamchari Sangh (SKS) general secretary, said, demanding that the Khattar government should bring an ordinance for the regularisation of the services of the contractual staff.
It may be recalled that the state government had prepared the draft Bill — Haryana Regularisation of Services Bill, 2018 — to be tabled in the Monsoon Session of the Haryana Assembly. However, taking a U-turn and with a view to exhausting the legal options before a Bill is brought before the Haryana Assembly against the May 31 HC order adversely affecting the contractual staff, the Haryana Government filed an SLP in the Supreme Court in September. The apex court is yet to be hear the SLP.

Disclaimer: We took this information from The Tribune Newspaper published on 19th Nov. 2018 on the page Number: 06.

TOP 10 MBA COLLEGES IN THE WORLD - Top MBA Programs in the World

Top MBA Programs in the World

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The ranking of top business schools and top MBA programs ranks by the QS Global, around the world. It is based on different criteria such as entrepreneurship, employability, return on investment, alumni outcomes, diversity and thought leadership.
The top business schools or top MBA colleges in the world in ranking 2018 are:
1. Harvard Business School, USA
Harvard business school in Boston, Massachusetts, USA is one of highest ranked MBA schools in the world in 2018. This business school offers full-time MBA programs. Harvard University was established in 1908 and known as the MBA originator. It ranks on the top of the universities in employ ability, alumni outcomes and for entrepreneurship. The aim of the business school is offering higher study in the humanities field.

2. INSEAD, France
At the second MBA college in the ranking of QS Global is INSEAD. It is the first institution in Europe to offer top MBA programs. It was established in 1957, and the motto of this school is “the business school for the world.” INSEAD was also the 1st institution of business to provide an MBA course for one-year. It ranks in the third number for alumni outcomes and entrepreneurship. This institute offers a full-time EMBA, MBA, Finance programme’s master and other various executive education business programmes.


3. HEC Paris, France
HEC Paris is one of the top MBA colleges in the world; it ranks third in the world and second in French institutions. This famous business school was established in 1881. It is located in Jouy-en-Josas, France. The motto is “Apprendre à oser.” It ranks first for diversity because of international students that are 92% according to the reports. HEC offers EMBA, MBA, and master in management programs.

4. Stanford Graduate School of Business, US
The Stanford is one of the most selective business school in the USA and ranks fourth in the world. It is also known as the Stanford GSB and was established in 1925. This famous business school offers MBA, the MSx programs and joint degrees such as Education, Earth Sciences, Law, Medicine, and Engineering. The institution comes at 1st in entrepreneurship and 10th for leadership programs in the world, according to the ranking criteria.

5. London Business School, UK
London Business School ranks first in Europe from 2014 to 2017, according to the Financial Times. It ranks 3rd in employability, 4th for alumni outcomes and entrepreneurship in 2018. It was established in 1964 in London, UK. The motto of this famous business college is “To have a profound impact on the way the world does business.” It ranks 12th for the international students’ diversity.

6. The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is the world’s oldest business school, founded in 1881. The motto of this one of the top business school is “knowledge of action.” It provides top MBA programs and also famous for producing the most of the billionaires in the USA. This renowned business school ranks 4th for employability and also ranks for alumni outcomes, thought leadership, and entrepreneurship in the top ten.

7. MIT Sloan School of Management, US
The MIT Sloan School of Management is located in Cambridge, USA. It is a business school of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is also known as an MIT Sloan or Sloan and established in 1914. This famous institute ranks seventh in the global ranking. It ranks in the top ten for its entrepreneurship, alumni outcomes, thought leadership, and employ-ability. Sloan provides bachelor degrees, master degrees, and executive education.

8. Columbia Business School, US
Columbia Business School also comes in the top MBA colleges in the world. It was established in 1916 and located in New York City. It is the only Ivy business school in New York and ranks 8th in the global ranking system. It also ranks in the top ten in employ ability and entrepreneurship.  In the MBA programs, it has 16% admission rate in 2017. It also ranks in the diversity; students come from various countries for study in this famous business school.

9. Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK
The next business school in the ranking is Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. It was established in 1996 and located in Oxford, United Kingdom. Per year, it enrolls 320 students approx. This college provides full-time MBA degree for one year. This institute ranks 2nd for the thought leadership and 11th for diversity in the world.

10. IE Business School, Spain
IE Business School is ranked in top 10 MBA colleges, located in Spain. This prestigious business school established in 1973. It is famous for offering top MBA programs. It offers Finance and management programs, executive MBA and executive education programs. It ranks in top ten for entrepreneurship, alumni outcomes, and diversity.