MANAGEMENT LESSONS LEARNT AT GU
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
The overall fee structure was extremely economic. Being a state university, the total fees was just Rs 40,000. While the application fees for the MAH MBA CET exam is Rs 800 which can be paid online when the forms are out in January.
Internships we had to find on our own efforts. The companies in sales and marketing that came were like Byju's and some other city firms like Gondwana Engineer's Pvt Ltd. The average package of the batch was around 3-4 lakhs per annum.
For the admission here, I appeared in the MAH CET Exam which is held usually in the month of March. On the basis of the score in this exam, colleges are allocated. As in this test, the competition is restricted to Maharashtra state domiciles only, I opted for this college.
The faculty have so much experience in hand of teaching the management students, that was a plus point. They used relevant contemporary examples to make us understand the concepts in a light and in an easy manner.
We had societies like the Admission committee, placement, cultural committee, etc. There were enough opportunities for us to hone our skills and improve our profile. Taking part in events was almost a necessity for us.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
To give a 360 degree understanding of the industry and management, I feel the course content was good enough. Hectic days were normal in college with one or other case studies always waiting on the door for us.