Re: MBA in Singapore
The best way to get to know about current starting/Post-MBA salary levels in Singapore would be through talking to alumni from NUS/NTS, contact details for whom will most certainly be made available by those schools on request. You could also ask the school to provide you with names and contact details of alumni who are based in India and who volunteer to help candidates like you to get to know the school better.
As for your work experience and the subsequent job, it really depends on the kind of industry you are from, and what industries you will seek out after your MBA. Singapore being a trading hub may offer fewer opportunities for example, in the manufacturing business. IT, telecom and finance however are core areas for a market like Singapore as it also serves as a hub for several pan-Asian operations for multi-nationals.
In the current economy, even MBAs from countries like UK and USA (including those from the big schools) are finding it difficult to obtain the right kind of assignments in those countries. So a move out of Singapore to western Europe or the USA may not be worthwhile options. Even if the economy improves, the sheer number of MBA candidates who are churned out by business schools in the US and UK may not leave room for grads from NUS or NTS or programs in other countries. However countries in Asia and Australia may be options worth considering.
The work permit issue in Singapore and Austalia is a problem area and the best way to get around it either to get hired by a company in such a country and posted overseas through an intra-company transfer or to get hired by a company in India and get posted on an intra-company transffer to Singapore. There will however be employers who will hire international students out of NUS and NTU.
Such countries also look for migrants however and having obtained a degree from such a country can get you bonus points in your application.
Hope this answers your query.