Management education in India is booming. There are over 1,250 approved business schools, 1,25,000 full-time and 1,00,000 distance MBA students and 1,30,000 MBA aspirants taking the Common Admission Test every year. The end-users, the recruiters seem to be facing a constant supply crunch, and are always on the lookout for the talent graduating from the top B-schools. Thus the MBA is a valuable commodity that insures a quick return on investment. Indian MBAs have proved themselves in MNCs working as VP, directors, senior consultants, partners. Consider the purchasing power parity, initial expenditure (cost of the programme), initial placements, and growth in salary as inputs in your decision.