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

    Which course is best for me bba or bca ..??
    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 Engineering?

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    If you will complete your graduation then you are directly eligible for the Master Degree then why you want to get one More Bachelor Degree. You have to focus on your future first. One more Bachelor degree is completely the wastage of Time and also your Year. You have to save your Year. But if you want to do so, then you can get the Master Degree in the Management. If you will take the Bachelor Degree in Management it is quite Better that you have to take Master Degree in Management. You also get the Engineering Degree, and if you want to come in the Computer science mainly in Software Technology then You can get the MCA degree then why BCA the Bachelor Degree in the SAME FIELD.

    If you will get MBA then you can choose the STREAMS in this. You can choose whether you can go in the Finance, Marketing, HR, Operations management, But in Bachelor Degree you have NO CHOICE to choose the field. If you Choose the Operations management then your B.Tech degree will help you. You have to see, manage, Design the process of Product the company made. Since you are B.Tech then you can easily understand the nature of Product. Best of luck.

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

    Dear...

    First of all let me tell you that if your ultimate goal is of doing MBA then why you want to go for BBA or BCA, As you are already studying in your graduation course and wasting 3 more years in BBA or BCA makes no sense. You can directly go for MBA after you B.tech as the qualification required for MBA are as follows :-

    Qualification :-

    1. A graduation degree
    2. Degree must be from a recognized university
    3. No age limit
    4. No special preference for any subject.
    5. 50% marks are essential for admission
    6. 45% in case of SC/ST

    Now you have seen that after your B.tech you will be an graduate and you can then directly go for

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    Hi,

    See,according to me,you should concentrate on B.Tech rather than thinking of doing BBA or BCA alongside it.
    The main reason behind this is that it is of no use doing 2 graduations.
    To sit for the MBA,you just need to be a graduate in any discipline and should have more than 50% in graduation.
    So why are you sunning after BBA or BCA.
    Instead you must start preparing for MBA.
    If you are really interested in BBA or BCA,the you can buy some books related to these subjects and then read them when you are free.
    By this,you'll increase your knowledge as well.
    But make sure that you devote proper time for preparing for the MBA exams!


    Bye!


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

    Dear as you have mentioned that you have already planned to complete MBA after completing your B.Tech degree then you should not think about the BBA because it is really management bachelor's degree and when you are going to enter in the management world after your bachelor's then you don't need to get admission in BBA and as you have mentioned that you want to complete at least 2 different bachelor's degree so that you should choose BCA because you are interested in computer science and application and it would really be helpful for your career because computer is a different stream for your and you are from mechanical engineering stream so that it is really most profitable for you but dear as for as my views are concerned that you should only care about your current study because if you have good proficiency and expertise in your subject of degree then you don't need to complete any other course and mainly bachelor's degree again because it would take complete 3 years and you would be worried about the exams and preparation for this exam so you should prepare for CAT or MAT to get very good institute for your MBA and pursue MBA and if possible then you should study in depth about the MBA so that you could get the very good placement.

    All the best

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

    hi.....
    This is good that you want to utilize your time to get two degrees at a time.

    But I think this will distract your concentration with BTech because you have to score good if you determine of doing MBA after this, and also you have to also prepare for CAT and similar exam from now onwards, so that you can get admission just after clearing BTech.

    Doing BCA will not help that will led to one another field you are Mechanical Engg. I think you wish to go in the same field.
    Then too if you are so much interested then go for BCom that will be easier and it will help you in MBA if you will select Finance stream.

    All the Best....

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

    Dear as you have got mentioned that you just have already planned to finish master's degree when finishing your B.Tech degree then not concerning the BBA as a result of it's extremely management degree and once you area unit progressing to enter within the management world when your bachelor's then you do not have to be compelled to get admission in BBA and as you have got mentioned that you just wish to finish a minimum of two totally technology and application and it might extremely be useful for your career as a result of laptop may be a different stream for your and you're from applied science stream in order that it's extremely most profitable for you however expensive as for as my views are involved that you just should solely care about your current study as a result of if you have got sensible proficiency and experience in your subject of degree then you do not have to be compelled to complete the other course and chiefly degree once more as a result of it might take complete three years and you'd be disturbed about the examinations and preparation for this exam therefore you must indurate CAT or MAT to urge excellent institute for your master's degree and pursue master's degree and if potential then you must study thorough about the master's degree in order that you may get the excellent placement.

    See,according to Pine Tree State,you should think about B.Tech instead of thinking of doing BBA or BCA aboard it.
    the most reason behind this is often that it's of no use doing two graduations.
    to sit down for the master's degree,you just have to be compelled to be a graduate in any discipline and will have quite five hundredth in graduation.
    therefore why area unit you sunning when BBA or BCA.
    Instead you need to begin making ready for master's degree.
    If you're extremely inquisitive about BBA or BCA,the you'll be able to obtain some books associated with these subjects so browse them once you area unit free.
    By this,you'll increase your information in addition.
    however check that that you just devote correct time for making ready for the master's degree exams!
    If you'll complete your graduation then you're directly eligible for the Master Degree then why you would like to urge a new Bachelor Degree. you have got to concentrate on your future 1st. a new Bachelor degree is totally the wastage of your time and additionally your Year. you have got to save lots of your Year. however if you would like to try to to therefore, then you'll be able to get the Master Degree within the Management. If you'll take the Bachelor Degree in Management it's quite higher that you just have to be compelled to take Master Degree in Management. you furthermore mght get the Engineering Degree, and if you would like to come back within the technology chiefly in software package Technology then you'll be able to get the MCA degree then why BCA the Bachelor Degree within the SAME FIELD.

    If you'll get master's degree then you'll be able to select the STREAMS during this. you'll be able to select whether or not you'll be able to enter the Finance, Marketing, HR, Operations management, however in Bachelor Degree you have got NO option to select the sphere. If you decide on the Operations management then your B.Tech degree can assist you. you have got to visualize, manage, style the method of Product the corporate created. Since you're B.Tech then you'll be able to simply perceive the character of Product.

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