Just one of ten MBA graduates get suitable jobs, claims study
"The need to update and re-train faculty in emerging global business perspectives is practically absent in many B-schools, often making the course content redundant," the study said.
The surveyed students said the business schools promote their brands only on placement and by boasting about high salaries. They offer theoretical courses which lacks practical skills required by the corporate sector, it said.
Further, Rawat said, the quality of higher education in India across disciplines is poor and does not meet the needs of the corporate world.