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    Benefits of MBA after BCA?

    I am interesting in the field of social or rural development ,which course is best for me after bca.

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    GEORGE JOSEPH V is offline Junior Member GEORGE JOSEPH V is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Benefits of MBA after BCA?

    dear friend,

    If you are opting for MBA IT or Computer Science then it make sense for doing the MBA after BCA. BCA or BBA is a foundation of the professional courses MBA and MCA. In order to grow professionally and to enhance your knowledge and skill level you should pursue MBA as it will open the door for better jobs for you.Both MBA and BCA are professional level courses. BCA is related to computer application where as MBA is based on business administration. The combination of these courses will help the candidate to get in to administrative job roles in IT/ITES firms. Another advantage of MBA after BCA course is that the candidate will have both technical as well as administrative skills. After MBA, you can try for both governmental and industrial jobs. The aspirants can expect good salary packages also.

    hope this answer will help you a lot........


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    ankit60 is offline Junior Member ankit60 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Benefits of MBA after BCA?

    Well dear after doing bca you can do mba course.it is very benifitial for getting a very good job.as you know that mba is a management course and if you do this course then you will get job in managerial department.
    If you get that type of job then the workload will be less on you and the salary which you will get will be large.thank you

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