Rags to riches or riches to rags?

June 2012
India Today;6/11/2012, p51
The article focuses on the quality of the master of business administration (MBA) degree in India. It mentions the experience of a graduate of MBA, who went through desperation when he did not have a job in the business industry. Meanwhile, it mentions that an MBA degree is not considered as a path towards richness.


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