The MET Edge
- MET is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with UN (ECOSOC)
- MET has been ranked the 13th best B School in South Asia by Asia Inc. Magazine
- Ranked the 4th best B School in West India and the 13th best All India by DNA
- The 12th best private B School in India by CNBC TV18
- Ranked 'A++' grade B School by Business India
- MET has been ranked the top emerging B school for Innovative Teaching Techniques by TOI (west)
- MET Mass Media Management is the only top ranking Specialised Programme amongst emerging B-Schools by TOI (west)
- Ranked in the 'A3' category B School by All India Management Association (AIMA)
MET’s PGDM (e-Business) programme won the Indian B-School Award for ‘e-Business’ category at all India level
- Outlook ranks MET amongst top 30s in India
- Mint (WSJ & HT) ranks MET amongst the top 20s (pvt. B Schools).
- Global internship opportunities in USA, UK and China
- Freeship programme for meritorious students
- Excellent placement opportunities
- Superior Intellectual Capital armed with knowledge and experience
- Well-networked with the best of the corporates in India and abroad
- International interaction programmes through China Study Mission and United Nations internship programme
- Sensitising the students towards social causes through programmes like Save Water, Project TRUTH etc.
- Research focused faculty with a cumulative experience of over 150 years
- The best state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities
- Strong alumni base of over 15,000+ students
- Annual salary packages ranging from Rupees five lacs to fifteen lacs
- Global faculty
- Live management threshold
- International alliances with reputed B Schools
- Outstanding Indian/ global industry interface
- Corporate social responsibility projects
- Enlightened interaction for urban-rural synergy
- Globalised learning systems delivered with Indian ethos
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International Internships: Eight consecutive batches of MET students have pursued internships with the UN (ECOSOC) Forum, New York, USA.
Sensitivity to Social Causes: The students and MET faculty are currently executing Project TRUTH (Total Rural Upliftment Through Holistic Care) in cooperation with the United Nation Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA). Students involvement ensures development of social
sensitivity towards problems of under development and poverty. It also helps understand the working of NGOs, who are now the focal point of wider issues of corporate governance.
CPM 9000:A competency acquisition evaluation programme that assesses the competencies acquired by the students and provides them with guidelines, for addressing their areas of weakness.
Competency Mapping:The in-house psychologist at MET maps the competencies of the students, in order to guide them in their academic pursuits.
MET Combat: Students participate and compete in an inter and intra-class debate competition on contemporary, controversial subjects. This sharpens their analytical, logical and oratory skills.
Grameen Expedition: Rural visits are organised through the MET Grameen Expedition. The aim of these trips is to encourage students to realise that fortune lies at the bottom of the pyramid. The students first visit industrial units in the interiors of a state e.g. in Maharashtra they visit Baramati, Jalna, Nashik, Ratnagiri and Ahmednagar.
Stormet: Operating through nine verticals, the Stormet groups, through discussions and in-house interaction/guest lectures, work towards
Aarohan: The Launchpad involves interaction with stalwarts from the industry, analysis of management films and speed reading modules, assessment of their skills through tests and games and interaction between the trustees and the parents of the students, while Foundation is a programme that attempts to bring students from diverse backgrounds to an equitable level, in core competence areas.
MET on Wheels: A pioneering concept, where MET students visit organisations in variousindustrial sectors in the country, in order to study practical management system ‘Know Thyself And Thy Country’. With a view to provide first hand experience of the industry and commercial workplaces, the institute arranges regular visits of students to select industrial and commercial undertakings. Every year mini Bharat Darshan tours are also arranged by the institute, covering major industrial and commercial growth centres in the North, South, East & West.
Management Consultancy Division: It offers Management Development Programmes, Executive Training, Research and multi-consultancy support, to corporate houses, such as Dun and
Bradstreet, Nicholas Piramal, Mazgaon Dock Ltd., Ingenero Ltd., Goodlass Nerolac Paints Ltd., Merck Serono and Merck Chemicals in India, to name a few.
METCONNECT: A meeting of minds from the corporate, academic and student worlds. This interaction with the corporate houses serves as a forum for exchanging ideas in order to meet the requirements of the industry in India.
SIMPAT: The School for Indian Management Philosophy and Applied Technology. A project that returns to the roots of Indian management philosophy, SIMPAT makes yesterday's wisdom
available to India's future managers and leaders.
Industry Interaction: Students get an opportunity to interact with the doyens of the industry, through platforms like CEO Speak and guest lectures.
BS EN Certification: The grant of the ISO 9001:2008 certification by LRQS is an acknowledgment of MET’s capability to deliver professional education that meets the highest standards of professionalism worldwide.
MET Mission Project: MET has undertaken Jalshakti, a path-breaking initiative to promote water conservation among the urban community.
MET Kwhiz:'MET Kwhiz – News Power Knowledge'
was launched to offer MET management students a weekly platform to understand and analyse the major events of the preceding week. It helps to keep them updated with current events and their implications, attempting to chart a course for tomorrow as an answer to the events of today.
MET Placements: MET’s Placement Department strives to achieve the right job fit that will be mutually beneficial. Thus the focus is completely on ensuring that students get placed in companies, where they fit in intellectually and culturally. Assertive, knowledgeable and global in their
outlook, the MET alumni consistently add value to their organisations and have moved up the ranks
faster. This has created an impact in the minds of the industry at large, thus making them prefer MET
Global Faculty:The course curriculum at MET ensures that the students graduate as global managers. The international borders are shrinking and the world is fast becoming one global village, it Mr. Pankaj Bhujbal, Trustee - MET felicitating winner of AIMA 37th National Competition for Young
Managers, for which MET was the academic partner and venue host Erez Tsalik, SIT - Israel delivers his talk
on ‘Creating Innovating Organisation’ MET students with industry tycoon Mr. Mukesh Ambani National leader Mr. Gulam Nabi Azad at MET Nashik with Mr. Chhagan Bhujbal, Chairman - MET and Mr. Samir Bhujbal, Trustee - MET
MET students and faculty in Shunde City, during the China Study Mission Michelle Obama with MET
Management student at the University of Mumbai is thus imperative that the students gain inputs from
across the borders. We therefore invite global faculty to share their thoughts and experiences with
the students. International experts from across various verticals including IT, Pharma, FMCG,
Durables, Insurance, amongst others help the students gain a global perspective.
China Study Mission: Management students from the Mumbai and Nashik campus undertake China Study Mission. The team visits various factories and retail outlets in the cities of Shanghai, Hongkong, Shenzen, Shunde and Zhongshan.
MET eCell: Designed to promote Invention and Entrepreneurship termed as ‘Inventrepreneurship’ at MET. MET eCell is a place for all to gel; where each one has something new to tell. The MET eCell regularly holds workshops, seminars and guest lectures by eminent entrepreneurs.
MET Vault: An in-house wall magazine, where Creativity meets Management. This monthly wall journal was launched to provide Management students with a platform to express their creative sides.
Metaphor: Metaphor is an in-house journal of the management students. The purpose of Metaphor, as the word suggests, is to motivate the students to reach out to the niche areas in the world of business and analyse the ground reality seeking an innovative and a path breaking approach. Given
the dynamics of the market place and complexity, the students are challenged to adopt a bold approach in order to seek solutions. In this process, they are joined by the faculty and industry experts, who help them to strengthen their response.
MET Pedal: A Perspective Entrepreneurial Design and Application Lab is being set up to attract entrepreneurial talent both in-house and from the open market, to develop design and applications for industrial and societal use.
Insurance Industry Visit to Goa: MET students undertook an industrial visit to Goa. It was a great mix of an industrial visit and a sea surfing excursion. Students were thrilled and excited, after seeing all the manufacturing facilities live, as it was a very informative and an interesting tour.
Incredible India Yet Not Insured.
Sample Study-Mumbai Train Bomb Blast 7/11: The Mumbai train bombings were a series of seven bomb blasts that took place over a period of 11 minutes, on the Suburban Railway in Mumbai,
India's financial capital.
174 people lost their lives and over 700 were injured, in this terrorist attack. The students have undertaken a study by visiting the family of each and every one of the victims and have made an
attempt to understand insurance penetration and density in Mumbai.
METCONNECT Dubai: It was an exclusive meeting of minds, from the corporate, academic and student world. It was organised by the MET Centre for Insurance Training, Research and
Development (CITRD), in Dubai, to introduce the MET League of Colleges to the corporate world in the Middle East, with a focus on placements.
Insurance Industry - Academia Meet: As an extension of the Industry Academia initiative, MET Schools of Management had organised the Felicitation Ceremony in Honour of Shri. J. Hari Narayan, the newly appointed Chairman of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority. At this occasion MET felicitated and presented Citation to Shri. J. Hari Narayan, Chairman - IRDA, in the presence of CEOs and Senior Managers from various Indian and multinational Insurance Companies. MET and IRDA also felicitated and awarded four MET students with the Insurance Institute of India Associateship who have been placed in UAE.
Insured for Life!: Three sharp METizens went on an 'all expense paid' trip to London.
The reward was the result of a perfect score on a brain tickling quiz at the ‘Vision for Indian
Insurance Industry' conference, organised by Indian Merchants' Chamber. Over 60 students from top insurance institutes, across India, participated.
The dignitaries present included the Union Minister for Civil Aviation - Praful Patel, Deepak Parekh, Chairman - HDFC Ltd., D. K. Mehrotra MD - LIC, Niraj Bajaj - IMC President, M N Chaini - IMC Vice President and Prabodh Thakker, Chairman of IMC's Insurance Committee.
Collaboration with Chinese State Universities:
The University of Mumbai in partnership with MET and select affiliated institutes has entered into an MoU with Chinese State Universities viz. TIANJIN University, TIANJIN University of Technology and Nankai University to promote Research and Academic Exchange. This will help develop students and academia exchange between students and Faculty of MET and other institutions and students of Chinese State Universities.
Global Shapers Platform: MET has cosponsored
the launch of Global Shapers Platform in India as an extension of the Global Shapers initiative of the World Economic Forum. It is an attempt to link young achievers with grass root entrepreneurs making a positive impact on the entrepreneurial eco system and attract the youth to the self employment mode.