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    Which is best option between MBA and M.tech after completing BE in Mechanical?

    sir ,I am student of 4th yr btech mechanical ..n i wwnt to stdy fruther bt i am confused should i do Mtech or MBA ?i need help
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    Re: Which is best option between MBA and M.tech after completing BE in Mechanical?

    It is good to see that you are interested in the Higher studies.Dear Aspirant choosing a course is depends on the ones personal liking also it depends on your interest.Dear aspirant you have to see your interest by your self.Interest varies from person to person.If you are interested in the business and administration area then you can go for the MBA course.Or If you are not interested in this area and want to study the Technical field study then you can go for the M.tech course .
    !!Good Luck!!

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    Dear friend,

    The MBA qualification broadens and enhances knowledge and should be viewed in a sense of building up skills.

    Although the most popular reasons for undertaking the MBA is to increase salary, other reasons include widening career opportunities, furthering one’s career and/or to extend personal networks.The challenges imposed by the 21st century have made it an essential component that we upgrade skills and qualifications in order to meet the demands set by companies, customers and the environment we operate within. At the end of an MBA program, one emerges with an upper level of functional managerial and business issues as well as new conceptual skills ready to meet the demands that are set by the competitiveness around us.

    First of all you should decide about you career properly and if have done B.Tech in civil ,mechanical and elictrical the it becomes almost necessary for you to do M.Tech otherwise you may think of something else.

    I will personally suggest you to go for M.Tech rather then MBA.Even MBA is necessary but you could go for it in later stages of life.

    It's all depend upon your interests.If you have a keen interest in MBA or management sector of the company then only you should opt for MBA.
    It's also depend on the branch you have in engineering.If you are doing engineering in
    1.Civil Engineering
    2.Mechanical Engineering
    3.Electrical Engineering
    Then you should definitely opt for M.Tech rather than going for MBA.Otherwise you may go for MBA

    You can enjoy following feature in MBA....
    1. Personality development
    2. Improve communication skill
    3. Good soft skill development
    4. Good Business skill
    5. Interview Skill development
    6.Good Management Skills
    7.Leadership Skills
    8.Problem Solving Skills
    9.Logical Thinking
    10.Listening Skills etc.

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    Re: Which is best option between MBA and M.tech after completing BE in Mechanical?

    Hello Dear Friend ....


    M.B.A --- MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    M.TECH --- MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY ....

    Congratulation for the Successful completion of your B.Tech

    As you have completed B.Tech in Mecahnical engineering you may go for M.Tech

    As mechanical is a Core stream better you go for M.Tech

    There are so many job opportunities after M.Tech ...




    GOOD LUCK

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