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    BBA or BCA after B.Tech. in Mechanical & Automation Engineering?

    If I'm currently pursuing b.tech in mechanical & automation engineering and already completed 2nd year from ggsipu (guru gobind singh indraprastha university )
    I always want to pursue more than 1 degree that's why I'm asking this question.
    I have interest in computers as well as in management that's why I'm confused between
    Bba and bca..
    So please advice me which one(bba or bca ) is best suited with my btech and helps
    me in the future also..and please answer this question keep in mind that i have already
    Planned MBA after B.tech..
    Please answer this question ASAP ..thank you



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    Re: BBA or BCA after B.Tech. in Mechanical & Automation Engineering?

    It is nice to see that you are a student of engineering background.You are looking so much worried regarding your future.There is no need to worry for studying more then one degree course.Maintaining the dual bachelor degree is quite not easy and also there is no possibility to get the admission in any good institute for the BCA or BBA while your B.tech degree course.


    As you are interested here to know that whether you should go for the BBA or BCA course.So in this matter i would like to say that , you should neither go for the BBA nor for the BCA course.You should just continue your current course with full attention, this will be helpful for you in future.

    As you are showing your interest towards the MBA course in future and if you still want to study some more course, then i will advise you to go for any short term certificate/diploma course related to the management sector.

    Since you are going to study the MBA course in future so if you will go for the diploma course related to this stream then you will feel quite at ease with MBA and easily can excel in this course.There are many short term management courses available you can see near by you the availability of these course and can opt accordingly.

    !! All The Best !!

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    Re: BBA or BCA after B.Tech. in Mechanical & Automation Engineering?

    Dear if you want to get admission in MBA then you may get admission in MBA on the basis of any degree course means as you are pursuing B.Tech then also you are eligible to get admission in MBA so that you don't need to complete BBA because it is also a management bachelor's degree course and it would not provide you the profit because when the campus held for the placement of qualified candidates so all the multinational companies requires MBA in any stream from a recognized university with high percentage marks and good knowledge of the specialization subject so that you should not go for that and as you are interested in BCA or computers so that you should join BCA for your another degree course and it would also be profitable for you because your B.Tech stream is also different.

    All the best

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    Re: BBA or BCA after B.Tech. in Mechanical & Automation Engineering?

    Hi Friend :

    It is nice to see that you are a student of engineering background.You are looking so much worried regarding your future.There is no need to worry for studying more then one degree course.Maintaining the dual bachelor degree is quite not easy and also there is no possibility to get the admission in any good institute for the BCA or BBA while your B.tech degree course.


    As you are interested here to know that whether you should go for the BBA or BCA course.So in this matter i would like to say that , you should neither go for the BBA nor for the BCA course.You should just continue your current course with full attention, this will be helpful for you in future.

    As you are showing your interest towards the MBA course in future and if you still want to study some more course, then i will advise you to go for any short term certificate/diploma course related to the management sector.

    Since you are going to study the MBA course in future so if you will go for the diploma course related to this stream then you will feel quite at ease with MBA and easily can excel in this course.There are many short term management courses available you can see near by you the availability of these course and can opt accordingly.



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    Re: BBA or BCA after B.Tech. in Mechanical & Automation Engineering?

    I am from ggsipu doing b.tech from mechanical and automation i dont want to do m.tech hence which is best programm i choose . Did doing mba require knowledge of commerce section

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