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HI, There is one more insritute....AIMA i,e. All India Management Association..it’s a very good istitution you have to clear MAT entrance for enrollment.. Prativa
From India , New Delhi
Hi As far as distance learning is concern, Symbiosis is very good college for that. Few of my friends are also doing mba from there. Its really good college.
From India , Mumbai
Hi there! Any thoughts about LSE(University of London) and its distance learning programme :?:
From India , Mumbai
hi, stalin Suggested the most appropriate distance learning mba college that is icfai....... go for it.....

Hi Deepak,
Sikkim Manipal University is a good option for working people. I am from the same area. We offer a Govt. Recognized Distance Education Learning MBA Degree with a host of other features.
Visit www.halo.co.in for all the details or contact 9930303555.
Regards,
Ketan Katira

From India , Mumbai
Check out Sikkim Manipal University.
Features are: UGC, AIU, DEC approved, Free Course Materials, Online as well as Classroom Learning, 1000 Centres in India and World-Wide, Excellent Course Curriculum.
Apt for working people.
Visit www.halo.co.in
Regards,
Ketan

From India , Mumbai
Hello Friends,
I have the same question? Can you guide Me?
I have done B.com in 2005 right now I am working in small office as Accountant/Purchase
can I go for corresspondance MBA? What is the procedure to Take admission? What about Job Opportunity in this field?
:confused::confused::confused:

From India , Pune
Hi, IGNOU courses are Best.One has to workhard to get it.
From India , Mangaluru
It all depends what course do you want to pursue through distance learning.
If you're unsure about distance education and don't have much time to research the things about universities, the safest bet would be IGNOU.
If you're planning to an MBA through distance learning mode, you may also take help of websites like https://distanceeducation360.com , Shiksha.com and others.
If you ask for my recommendations, I would vote for IGNOU.

From India, New Delhi
You can take online courses from pretty much all Ivy League schools for free, actually. I would advise you to take a look at resources like Coursera, EdX, Lynda, or even MIT's website since they post many lectures online. It is very easy to switch to a distance learning mode these days since it is available pretty much everywhere. On Coursera, for example, there is a possibility of obtaining a legitimate certificate but this option is not free. As far as I remember, it costs around $40-50. Look it up!
From Ukraine, Kyiv

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