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    Is it beneficial to do MBA in HR and Finance after completion of B.Tech in Bio Technology?

    actually i have done my mba in HR -Finance after completion of B.tech in Biotechnology,so is it beneficial for the biotechstudents to pursue their career in MBA



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    Re: Is it beneficial to do MBA in HR and Finance after completion of B.Tech in Bio Technology?

    Hello,

    There is nothing like more beneficial and less beneficial. The rising economy of the country has enhanced the growth of each and every sector. The future is looking good, so we can expect its direct relation with the growth of various industries. A MBA degree not only inducts the good qualities of a manager in a candidate but also increases the chances of getting a good job. So it doesn’t matter whether it is done from HR, Finance or any other subject. The thing that matter is your interest, what your heart says, where your qualities match best and what motivate you to learn about it more.

    As you have done B.tech in biotechnology. You have wide scope in front of you to choose either a generalized MBA or specialized MBA like in Pharmaceutical, hospital, health and in biotechnology itself.

    So you need to give a better look to your interest instead of moving down by the flow of the most prospective and less prospective fields.

    Thank you

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    Re: Is it beneficial to do MBA in HR and Finance after completion of B.Tech in Bio Technology?

    Hello,

    There is nothing like more beneficial and less beneficial. The rising economy of the country has enhanced the growth of each and every sector. The future is looking good, so we can expect its direct relation with the growth of various industries. A MBA degree not only inducts the good qualities of a manager in a candidate but also increases the chances of getting a good job. So it doesn’t matter whether it is done from HR, Finance or any other subject. The thing that matter is your interest, what your heart says, where your qualities match best and what motivate you to learn about it more.

    As you have done B.tech in biotechnology. You have wide scope in front of you to choose either a generalized MBA or specialized MBA like in Pharmaceutical, hospital, health and in biotechnology itself.

    So you need to give a better look to your interest instead of moving down by the flow of the most prospective and less prospective fields.

    Thank you

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