Millions of Indian students consider formal business education after graduation every year and the number of MBA aspirants is increasing with each passing year. For 2013 MBA admissions 2.10 lakh aspirants registered for CAT 2012 as compared to 2.05 lakh and 2.04 lakh applicants for CAT 2011 and CAT 2010 respectively. Gone are the days when job opportunities were very few and were limited to metro cities only. In the past couple of decades thousands of Indian brands have emerged and the same numbers of multinational brands have started their operations in India. India is no more the country which is fueled by agriculture alone. Today we are the leading global hub of Information Technology (IT) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) We are a country of young people and need qualified & intelligent business executives like never before; which makes MBA Degree the most desirable education choice after graduation.Today with electricity, mobile communication and internet reaching even to the remotest locations, many innovative learning methods have come forth. As far as MBA degree is concerned at present several Indian and International Universities are offering online and distance learning MBA degree programs along with their traditional MBA programs. With such flexibility you can pursue your studies as per your convenience from anywhere in the world. At present there are over 2000 MBA Colleges in India. An aspirant has plenty of opportunities to choose from Government as well as private MBA colleges. Government MBA colleges in India include 13 IIMs (India Institutes of Management), management departments of various IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) and NITs (National Institutes of Technology) and Management divisions of several state and central Universities. Some of the top University Business schools include FMS Delhi (University of Delhi), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) New Delhi and Kolkata (Deemed University), JBIMS (Mumbai University), Banaras Hindu University and University Business School Chandigarh.Some of the private top MBA colleges in India are MDI Gurgaon, XLRI Jamshedpur, IMT Ghaziabad, NMIMS Mumbai, SP Jain Institute of Management & Research Mumbai, JBIMS Mumbai, Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Pune etc. Before you join an MBA institute you should analyze certain parameters. The parameters are unique teaching methods, updated curriculum, code of conduct, infrastructure, alumni and placements. It is a good idea to visit the campus before taking admission to get an idea of whether the institute fulfills all the parameters or not. Though you have a number of choices, getting into a top MBA college in India is not a cake walk. To get into a top MBA college you will have to compete with the top minds of the country. The competition is stiff and you need to prepare well. In the first year of an MBA course students learn core management subjects so you’ll have a year to decide on your area of specialization. You choice of specialization should be very clear to you by the end of first year. You have to choose your career very carefully. Don’t select a career path on the basis of peer pressure or high salary but on the basis of your interest and instincts.