How to change business education in India: Bhavya Sahni says make internships compulsory for MBA students

Posted on March 6, 2012 By newsguide Topic: India, Education, Useless mba

If there is at least one original thing the 'always-copying-the-Americans' Indian Business schools can do to churn out better prepared students, is to make interning with startups compulsory. Bhavya Sahni explains the benefits for students:  

Getting into a startup will help them assess the verticals where they are super stars, because as stated earlier, startups do not have fixed processes and people work on all things at all times.

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