Company Linked MBA @MARC

Company Linked MBA:The Advantage & the Uniqueness

Company Linked MBA program is the flagship academic curriculum of MARC School of Business, Bangalore. This innovative and applied curriculum structure is a brain-child of academicians associated with MARC School of Business and it has been developed as a result of extensive research work done by them. As the name suggests, this program focuses on imparting business education to students while keeping a strong industrial and corporate interface (company linked-) to facilitate practical learning of the theoretical concepts. This is first of its own kind of business curriculum in the arena of Indian management education.

MARC School of Business is an initiative of IIT & IIM alumni. The company linked MBA (shortly CL-MBA) was conceptualized and designed by these study matter experts on the basis of the skill requirement as demanded by market from an prospective employee and skill development from real-time exposure of the industry. CL-MBA emphasizes on quality training as per the Industry requirement, grounded in strong fundamentals and with a practical focus. Program design and delivery are as per industry and company requirements that set the students apart from the rest. The students are trained in student specific skills for first two semesters along with the MBA courses and assessed by the companies. Based on their performance, company will take them as trainees followed by placement. Companies are appreciating this effort as they get ready-to-employ candidates. As the students are trained from first semester itself as per the company recommendations, so they get a fair idea about their career and  company or industry they are going to  work after completion the of the MBA course. The strong network with more than 1200 companies from around the world on various sectors and industries ensure 100% placement of all the admitted students. MARC School of Business, thus, has produced a huge pool of well skilled prospective business management employees for these companies fulfilling their expectations. The course has been well appreciated and well received by these 1200 companies due to satisfactory fulfillment their human resource requirement. The teaching methodology is also in sync with the company recommendation and the methodology encompasses various task based learning methods such as daily news analysis, Case Study sessions, Corporate Lecture series, company visits, emerging business concept analysis and monitoring by experts.

As far as the MBA program is concerned, it is offered in association with University of Mysore   which is the first university in India to be assessed and accredited with a five start status in the year 2000 and re-accredited with an A+ grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). MARC School of Business also offers MBA degree in association with Bharathiar University, which is ranked 2 in India and recognized by UGC, MHRD and Govt. Of India.


MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook , Pagalguy and Google+.


Annual Day Celebration at MARC School of Business

One of the most awaited days at MARC campus, the annual day of MARC, UMANG-2013 was celebrated at MARC campus on 1st of June, 2013. The program was planned and organized by the students of MARC. In this occasion, a colorful showcase of various cultural activities was exhibited by the students.

The event was inaugurated with a candle lighting ceremony by Director of MARC Ms. Satyadarshini Sharma, faculty members Ms. Padmashree Palavalli, Mr. Sorabh Bajaj and a host of guests who attended the event. Student of MARC Ms. Lakshmi Shravani commenced the cultural program with a prayer song. Director Ms. Satyadarshini Sharma, in her inaugural speech applauded the collaborative effort by the students in organizing the event. Ms. Leepha Joseph and Mr. Deepankar Roy gracefully hosted the event as anchors.



The melodious devotional song by Lakshmi was followed by uninterrupted exhibitions talents of students of MARC. Ms. Archana Maurya showcased a beautiful dance performance. Ms. Shobori Deb Roy sang a popular Bollywood song very graciously. Another student of MARC, Mr. Abhijit Mukharjee performed a fantastic dance performance creating a huge uproar of applauds among the audience. Mr. Pradeep got the audience engaged to a popular Hindi song with his captivating voice. The best part of the show was a group performance by a group of present and former students of MARC. Their performance was full of fun and it met with a standing ovation from the audience. Another dance performance by Ms. Geny Chweet was a pleasure to the eyes. Mr. Rohith Kakubal’s singing performance received a warm response from the audience. A skit performance by a group of students on the issue of illiteracy and value of education was quite spectacular. The group performance was performed by Mr. Ramanuj Sinha, Ms. Shobori Deb Roy, Sanjay Deg and Mr. Basavraj Gaurav.  Another group dance by Sandy Sri, Kalpesh Gohil and Geny Chweet kept the audience stick to their chairs.

This mind-boggling talent show was followed by prize distribution ceremony. The successful students were awarded for their achievements in different categories. Director of MARC, faculty and the guest attendees awarded the successful students for their successful academic performance. UMANG-2013 again reflected MARC School of Business as a pool of multi-talented individuals. The complete event was planned and organized by a group of students under guidance of MARC faculty and this offers to them the real essence of management education. This special day at MARC will remain in the mind of the participants and students as golden moments and indelible memories of life.



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MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook , Pagalguy and Google+.

Company Linked Training Program at MARC School of Business

MARC School of Business is the only institution in India which offers Company Linked MBA program. This unique business learning program establishes a direct corporate interface to the regular classroom teachings. Under the aegis of this flagship program of MARC, the students are taught industry specific skills with a very practical focus. There has been an ongoing debate about the mismatch between the skills imparted by the education systems and the skills demanded by the market. Company linked MBA program of MARC is intended to fill this gap with a wider corporate exposure to the curriculum.

As a part of this effort, a training program was organized at MARC School of Business campus at Bannerghatta road on 18th of May. Imminent industry experts from various industries around the country conducted the training sessions. The students could attend the session according to their own choice and preference for specialization and industry. A total six different domain of industries were selected for the training program: Banking and finance, FMCG & Retail, Pharmaceutical, Information Technology, Manufacturing and Operations and Media.

Company Linked Training

Company Linked Training: The Guest Facilitators.
L-R: Mr. Manu, Mr. Ram, Mr. PK Das, Mr. Vishwanath, Ms Sarita Pandey, Ms. Satyadarshini Sharma and Mr. G K Balaji.

Mr. GK Balaji conducted the session on banking and finance.  He conducted the session with the theme “A peek into BFSI Segment” and discussed various corporate finance related concepts and their development in Indian context. He highlighted how relevant BFSI(Banking and Financial Services and Insurance) is to GDP, different focus of banking, growth and challenges. He subsequently explained the potential in this industry, job profiles, skills and career opportunities in various roles which are: Financial Accounting, Capital Markets, Commercial Banking, compliance and legal, corporate, credit rating, derivatives, research (equity, commodities, currencies and bonds), global custody and hedge funds.

Mr. Manu conducted the session on potential career opportunities in Retail industry. He enumerated different career paths that can lead to a successful position in the industry. Pointing to the potential markets that remain unexposed in this sector in India, he asserted the need to focus in this particular industry for spectacular growth opportunities. Various functions in this industry are: Planning, Buying, making and selling. He explained the roles of a Retailer, compensation and growth plan in individual career in this industry. He further explained how to cope up while landing in a new job (post-MBA) by understanding the dynamics@workplace, being responsive and maintaining integrity.

The session of Information Technology was conducted by Mr. Ram Powru. In the interactive session, he led the students to navigation through different opportunities, roles and profiles in IT industry. From Client Management to individual personal skills required in this industry, he elaborated the essence of applied behavior to see the bigger picture. Outhouse, in-house outsourcing, BPO, KPO, IT services, Non-IT Companies in IT industries, application maintenance, the importance of certified course in IT Industry etc. are various essential aspect of the IT industry which he highlighted.

Mr. Vishwanath conducted the session on Manufacturing and Operation industry. The basic foundation of this industry is based on several technical aspects which govern the process of procurement, quality control, logistics and purchase management. However, the contributions of various job roles in this industry are important. For example, in a warehouse/factory place, the responsibility of HR department is to get good labors with good acumen and sense of discipline, training, validation of skills etc. and this is why HR is important part.  A marketing manager has to take the onus of doing quality control, managing the lead time, managing the purchase and procurement etc. MBA students can thus, have various roles and opportunities in this industry after completion of the program.

Ms. Sarita Pandey conducted the session on Media industry. Media industry provides lucrative opportunities to creative minded people with good marketing acumen. This industry has several functional domains such as Strategic Planning, Media Planning, Client Servicing, Media Buying, Social Media and Digital Marketing and so on. Each function has different job roles across the industry based on the media. Moreover, this industry is known for its wide spread role in a society around the world and it is one of the most sought industry for ambitious marketing students around the world.

The final session was conducted by Mr. PK Das and it was onpharmaceutical industry. He described the industry in Indian context and introduced the students to a number of pharmaceutical companies in India which can provide ample opportunities to talented students. The session was more of a workshop and through different engaging activities he highlighted how this industry differs from other industries in terms of Marketing & Finance. During the inspiring session, he explained how a right career can be achieved by jumping and catching the opportunities in the right time.

It was quite a busy day at MARC campus as the sessions happened simultaneously throughout the day. A number of students enthusiastically expressed their interest to follow and join their own choice of industry and job role. The essence of this unique “company linked” aspect of management education at MARC was aesthetically palpable at MARC School of Business Campus.

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MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook 

Annual Sports Event @MARC School of Business

Annual Sports Event @MARC School of Business

MARC School of Business recently hosted its Annual sports event-2013. The four days program which witnessed exclusive participation of all the students of MARC encompassed a number of activities in various categories of Indoor and Outdoor Sports Activities. Students of MARC pro-actively took initiative in planning and organizing the whole event under supervision of faculty members. The series of various sports activities along with the coordinators are:

Indoor Activities:

  • Chess (Isaq)
  • Carom Board (Isaq)
  • Table Tennis (Isaq)

Outdoor Activities:

  • Athletics (Varsha and Rashmi)
  • Khokho (Rashmi)
  • Cricket (Adithya and Anurag)
  • Football (Ramanuj and Anand)
  • Throw Ball (Dharunya and Chetan)
  • Volley Ball (Omprakash and Chetan)
  • Badminton (Vijaymadhav and Naresh)
  • Basketball (Abhijit and Anand)

The four days long sports festival witnessed knee-jerking efforts by the students to win the various categories of sports events. The students actively participated in the outdoor events despite of hot sweaty temperature of Bangalore. In the backdrop of rigorous academic practices at MARC, the passion, the spirit and the consistent determination of the students were rejuvenated through active participation in the sports activities. And as the spirit of Sports kept soaring at MARC, the final winners in various categories came out finally as shown below:

  1. Chess:   Boys: G V S Naidu, Girl: Dharunya
  2. Carom:  Boys: G V S Naidu & Deepankar, Girl: Sabhitha
  3. Table Tennis: Ishaq
  4. 100 Meters Girls Athletic Race: Pavithra V. (First), D. Sabitha (Second)
  5. 100 Meters Boys Athletic Race: Abhijit Mukhpadhyay (First), Om Prakash Pandey (Second)
  6. 100 meters Girl’s 3 legs race: K. Navya Reddy & G. Sandhya Reddy (first), D. Sabitha & S Varsha (Second)
  7. 400 Meters Boys Relay: Team ‘Lightening Walkers’ (Abhijit, Nithil, Ashwin and Prakash)
  8. Girls Kho Kho: Team ‘Super Queens’ (Rashmi, Chaitra, Varsha, Pavithra, Sabitha, Shobori, Puja, Archana)
  9. Boys Cricket: Team ‘Drome Warriors’ (Team owner: Mr. Ram Powru)
  10. Girls Cricket: Team of Varsha (c), Rashmi, Shobori, Monica, Arthi, Shravani, Seema, Chithra
  11. Football: Team of Abhijit(c), Gagan, Shashank, Pradeep, Katthi, Veena Vijay, Akhilesh and Vinoth
  12. Volleyball: Team of Om Prakash, Abhijit, Naresh Bhai, Ramanuj, Gagan and Birendra Rathod
  13. Throw-ball Winner : Dharunya
  14. Badminton: Boys winner Vijay Madhav and Gagan & Girls Winner Dharunya and Ramya

The 4 days long celebration of real spirit of sports created a resonating atmosphere at MARC Campus. It has been a continuous effort of MARC to create a  sporty, competitive and enterprising atmosphere for the students. The direct involvement of the students in organizing such events itself gives them the real lesson of leadership, team management and group dynamics and this is one main motive to teach the  students from real-life involvement. And here is an accolade to all the winners, participants  and organizers of this big event of MARC School of Business. The sheer sense of responsibility, pro-activeness, conscientiousness and passion shown by the students during the events are the real  lineament that can lead to a successful future endeavor. Bingo !

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MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook 

Life at MARC School of Business (II)

So, here we take you through another two write-ups on the journey of life at a junction called MARC School of Business. And as you will discover, life at MARC is not only about regular classroom teachings. It is more about a holistically approached way of understanding business education through mutual interaction, discussion, experience sharing, subsequent understanding and imbuing oneself with a better sense of knowledge and wisdom.

Article by Ms. Leepha:

MARC B-School…my life’s awakener…

Every day I wanted to fly with my wings of ambitions, every day I wanted to attain and feel the real sense of my dream ..tring tring…

“Leepha you’re selected for MBA course at Management Academy and Research Centre”….and from that day onwards life has never seemed so interesting to me.

I cherish my every single moment of my induction programme.

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”, as quoted by Benjamin Franklin, seems to be more profound to me now, and it is indeed.

This is how MARC helps us like an awakener to enlighten our dreams and move towards our goal to become a successful manager, entrepreneur and also a better human being.

It’s the best place to rediscover yourself and refine your talents. Every day you learn and transform into a better individual. It’s simply a combination of learning and fun.

I believe, it’s my privilege to be a student in MARC. I take complete pride in being a part MARC family.

Thank you.

Article by Mr. Nithil B. A. :


First of all I would like to tell you that I have opted the right kind of college that I had wished studying MBA for, i.e. MARC School of Business. I am saying it very confidently because I’m sure that after I walk out of this college with a MBA degree in my hand, I would start thinking differently from others, which would definitely fetch me with an identity in the corporate world or at the society.

To start with, frankly, initially my experience with this college had demotivated me in terms of my personal behaviour which I have taken in a positive note but at the same time it has motivated me and made me realize what am I actually in this world and where do I stand exactly when compared to others. At the beginning of the course I had put a question to myself, whether I can really go with it or not? But the teaching faculty here made it so simple for me to understand things better and made myself find an answer for my question that, why can’t I do? I can do it. After a few days, I felt very happy when I found the answer myself that I can do it and I will do it. Not only the teaching staff, but also the non-teaching staffs have helped us a lot in what we ask for.

We have students here from both northern and southern parts of India. They are all very friendly, caring and helpful in nature. I really enjoy spending time with them. We will discuss the topics related to academics and at the same time we will discuss about the current affairs that takes place in various sectors. By discussing these topics, we exchange ideas, our perceptions, thoughts etc. with one another.

I was a student of the kind where I used to believe and trust only on academics rather than being practical. Now I have come to know that academic part is only a tiny part of MBA. The larger part is concerned with being practical and connecting the subject to the live world. I was not able to sit and concentrate in a class for more than 45min in the beginning, but when I joined this college I was shocked to see that the classes were held for 2 long hours. For this reason I have bunked many of the classes in my 1st semester. Later, the college made me understand why I should sit for such a long time. They gave me a simple example that when I start working at a company I can’t bunk or give weightless reasons that I can’t work. So they are making us know how will the work life will be in future right now, which is very helpful for us to understand.

To conclude I would say that pursuing MBA in here is a real experience of knowing facts and figures better. The best thing here is the fee part, which is affordable. In spite of keeping the fee structure at an affordable level, the college is really providing a standardized education for the students. It also provides guest lectures and PDP(personality development programs) which helps the students know what is actually happening around the world and help suit our personality according to it. Finally I would say to all of you that I have had a wonderful experience in this college and I hope the journey continues…….


MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook.

An Interaction with Ms. Satyadarshini Sharma, Director – MARC SCHOOL of BUSINESS, Bangalore

MARC SCHOOL of BUSINESS has been ranked 2nd in the New Generation B School Category

It was a day filled with energy at MARC School of Business. “There has to be an event going on here” is what most of the visitors would have thought. We concluded the same but later we realized that “It’s just another day at MARC”. You can feel the energy around yourself as you enter the campus. “It’s not just another B School!”

One can sense the motivation among the students, the faculty members and the staff. “Self motivation is the word here”. Everyone here is young, dynamic, proactive and they know that they have been creating history every day.

The History, which will motivate the generations to come at MARC. Of course, all the hard work that has been put by every member of the Institute, throughout the years since its foundation, has now been yielding results. Be it learning, development, or placement, there’s no one to stop the momentum. After all, MARC School of Business has been ranked  2nd in the new generation B – School category. The stage has now been set for the big leap, and everyone here is contributing towards one big goal in their very own way – To achieve the status of one of the best B Schools in India.

Ms Satyadarshini Sharma, Director – MARC, having a discussion with Faculty Members at the campus.

Soon we got the opportunity to meet Ms Satyadarshini Sharma. Ms Sharma is the Director at MARC SCHOOL of BUSINESS, where her role is many folds in the areas of Marketing, Admissions, Operations, Academics and Placements. Born in Allahabad but been in Bangalore since childhood, Ms Sharma has been a complete Bangalorean. In her words, “Belonging to a place like Bangalore has helped me with good education, confidence and opportunities in professional and personal front.”

This was the first time we were ever interacting with the head of an Institute as young and dynamic as that of her age. We were thrilled to listen to her response when we asked her about how difficult or how easy it may be for her to juggle between her work life and her personal life. As told to us by Ms Sharma, “A woman needs a good support system like parents, helpers and family to take care of some of her responsibilities in her absence. I am not sure how to define work life balance though as I feel each has its own priority. If work life balance is about taking care of one’s guilt then I think it’s not healthy thinking I do spend more than 12 hours at work and that’s been all my professional life and I feel one needs to fully focus in one activity to achieve its results.”

And now it was the time for us to formally commence our interaction with the set of pre-defined questionnaire.

Find the excerpts of the interview below. Happy Reading!

Is MBA an investment of time and/or money? Comment.

“MARC School of Business has constantly been working on the latest and the best methods to deliver Management Education to its Students” – Ms Satyadarshini Sharma, Director – MARC

Ms Sharma: Like any career preparation, an MBA is all about making the right choices that align to one’s goal. This does imply that an investment of time and money has to be made based on the career goals. It is very important that the student is clear about the “statement of purpose” to be able to make best use of the MBA education planned. MARC ensures that a student can be guided to the best career with the lowest investment possible.

What do you feel about the essence of MBA education at present? From an Indian perspective how much relevant it is?

Ms. Sharma: MBA education, as seen by students and institutes is about careers and 100% placements. Jobs are the current need and driving factor for MBA education but we look at this in a more intense and genuine approach. We empower the students with the right skills, confidence and attitude so they are placed by their performance and promising personalities rather than by college connections with companies.

The Number of B-Schools in India has been increasing every year. How do you think MARC School of Business can contribute significantly amongst this increasing number of business schools in India?

Ms. Sharma: MARC School of Business is constantly working on the latest and best methods to deliver management education to students. We want to contribute to the students to appreciate and inculcate ethical and social responsibility along with knowledge and skills. Students get a great exposure from the corporate world in the form of guest lectures, workshops, industry visits, internships and placements.

Please tell us more about the pedagogy followed at MARC School of Business.

Ms. Sharma: MARC School of Business offers Company Linked MBA to the students. This involves collecting student profiles, career counseling and profile mapping in the 1st Semester. The 2nd Semester focuses on the company required training to prepare students for their internships. The 3rd Semester students are in internships and are given a pre-placement offer based on their performance. All students are placed before the start of 4th Semester and take off from their only during exam times. Horizontally across all semesters, MARC School of Business works on the students English Grammar, Business English, Presentation skills, Public Speaking skills, Corporate and Industry exposure culminating into great human beings who carry an understanding of themselves and the world around them.

“As students have their offer letters and they are in jobs before the Fourth Semester, students are not running from pillar to post for jobs ” – Ms. Sharma

Ms. Sharma: As we provide Company Linked MBA, students are introduced to the companies from 1st Semester while their profile mapping is done. In this manner we remove the Unknown from either side, i.e the Companies or students. With training based on discussions with companies followed by their internships we remove this gap at a very early stage of their MBA training. As students have their offer letters and they are in jobs before the Fourth Semester, students are not running from pillar to post for jobs but they are well in it before they even complete their education at MARC.

How does MARC School of Business educates/motivates the student so that they offer spectacular contribution to the corporate world after their placements?

Ms. Sharma: MARC School of Business believes in each student enrolled for the MBA course, with individual attention given to their growth, progress and transformation. We instill confidence, commitment, dedication and conviction each student to succeed in their academics and careers. We also believe that without humility and a good emotional quotient, great achievements don’t matter. We want to have a long lasting influence to their careers to stand out as great performers in their jobs.

What is your view on entrepreneurship? How MARC School of Business promotes entrepreneurship among the students?

Ms. Satyadarshini Sharma addressing the student managers at MARC SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Ms. Sharma: Entrepreneurs heave the economy of a country and create a new breed of people who can think beyond jobs. It is very important that people take up leadership in making and implementing new ideas and taking on larger goals in life. A business school is the best place to incubate entrepreneurs. MARC School of Business has an E-cell to support and help the budding entrepreneurs.

Tell us something about student extracurricular activities at MARC. Why do you consider it so necessary in the overall development of the personality?

Ms. Sharma: Club Activities that involve paper writing, presentations, research, quiz competitions and current affairs. Annual Day that has dance, drama, singing and other competitions. Sports Events in badminton, cricket, caroms, chess etc The extracurricular activities help the students learn event management, exploring talent in many areas of their personality, building confidence, understanding the value of team work etc.  The purpose is to have an holistic grooming and exposure so that they become the great leaders we envisage.

How does MARC differentiates itself from other MBA institutes?

Ms. Sharma: MARC works on high ethical and quality standards to set an example for the students. We provide low cost education delivered at high quality with constant research and understanding of the current industry vibes.

A Quick advice for Today’s professionals.

Ms. Sharma: Today’s professionals are after a quick buck. Dont chase money, gather talent and good will instead, rest will follow.

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MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or follow us on Facebook 



In the summer of 2008, in a report produced by Goldman Sachs, it has been argued that India could be 40 times bigger by the year 2050. This is primarily because the young population of India has immense potential to lead through their integrated effort as entrepreneur, innovator or skilled managers. However, there is a shortage of well-educated and skilled professionals in India and there is an urgent need to address this issue by providing quality of education to young populations of India to make them prepare for the future potential development of India.

In this contrasting backdrop, a few renowned educationalists, experienced academicians and industry experts took an initiative to undertake a dream project with an avowed mission of providing quality education in management to meet the aspirations of the student community on one hand and meet the expectations of business and industry on the other. Known as MARC School of Business, this institution is located in the prime up-market area of Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore in the neighborhood of IIM Bangalore. Established in 2008, this business school has a core objective to provide quality education and careers to aspirants. Today, MARC School of Business can pride itself as one the most emerging business school in India and recently it was ranked 2nd in new generation B-School Category in India. With a unique course-structure which offers direct industry exposure, MARC school offers company linked MBA program, the first of its own kind in Indian business education. This well-researched program focuses on imparting business education to the students through regular classroom programs and simultaneously exposing them to industry or corporate environment.



At MARC, Company linked MBA program emphasizes quality training as per the industry or company requirements with a practical focus. Program design and delivery is as per industry and company requirements and this differentiates the students apart from the rest. The programs are company linked because students are trained on company specific skills for first two semesters along with MBA courses and are assessed by the company based on their performance as trainees which is followed by placement. In this unique method, the students can choose specialization based on Profile Mapping and interest. They can have interaction with company executives from beginning of the first semester. They are also trained on additional skills required by company. Moreover, the students have on-job assignment to prove their performance. Thus, they have an edge over students of other management institutes. They are usually placed beginning from the 18th or 19th Month of their course duration.

MARC School of Business has 100% placement record since its inception. Its unique program facilitates placement process through a Systematic Profile mapping and analysis. MARC interacts with companies from beginning on taking inputs on skill requirements which helps them assign and offer “Right Training”. Therefore, the companies have an opportunity to “test the students” once they are trained and then they can recruit in accordance to their expectations. The School efforts to train students from Day One and subsequently they are assessed on a regular basis so as to understand the “gap and bridge the same”. The list of companies who visited the institute in the past include major MNCs like AC Nielson, HUL, Biocon, Edelweiss, E&Y, HDFC Bank, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Citi Bank and many more. And thus, within less than 5 years of its existence, MARC School of Business has been able to find a distinct position among the emerging B-Schools in India.


MARC Business School is India’s First & only Business School to offer Company Linked MBA program which works on company/industry recommended skills. Recently, MARC has been ranked 2nd In India (New Generation B-Schools Category)To know more about MARC B School, visit our website or like us on Facebook. You can also follow us on Twitter here.