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    Which is better between MBA or MCA or diploma courses after BCA?

    what can i do after my bca graduation. . . .i dnt want to do mca / mba tel me other than that. 1 year post graduation



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    Re: Which is better between MBA or MCA or diploma courses after BCA?

    It is good that you have competed your graduation course as BCA. Generally the students belonging from the BCA degree goes for MCA and some goes for the MBA course as their master degree course.

    But here as you are not interested in the Master degree course so You can go for the year certified degree course.As you are the students from the BCA background then PGDCA course more suits you.

    PGDCA- Post Graduation Diploma in Computer and Applications.Is the diploma course of the duration of one year.For being eligible in this course it is must to have a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognized university.

    As you are graduate in BCA degree so this is related to your degree you can definitely do this course.This course will really help you in increasing your knowledge.


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    Re: Which is better between MBA or MCA or diploma courses after BCA?

    Dear..

    If you are confused between MBA and MCA then let me tell you that you should go for MBA

    Reasons i am saying this are :-

    MCA :- It is also a three year course and the pros and cons of the course are as follows : -


    1. Pros :-


    1. Subject is related to what you have studied
    2. Less fees as compare to MBA
    3. Relatively easy entrance exam
    4. Competition is lesser


    Cons :-


    1. Less jobs
    2. Low starting salary
    3. Not many options available in switching the job
    4. Less progress in career.
    5. Takes more time for completion

    MBA :-

    PROS:-
    1. Easy to switch job in future
    2. Good job Opportunities
    3. Better career growth
    4. Good starting salary
    5. Less technical as compare to MCA


    CONS :- 1. Relatively high fees
    2. Job market is saturated now
    3. Only sales jobs are in plenty
    4. Tough entrance exam



    Entrance exam are :-
    MAT
    CAT
    XAT
    SNAP

    Hope it will help

    Cheers...!!!

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    Re: Which is better between MBA or MCA or diploma courses after BCA?

    mba means master of business administration
    mca means master of computers
    bca means bachelor of computers
    when it comes to my opinion i choose for mca after complettion of my bca because i know the minimum basic knowledge of computers so it would be easy for me if i done my mca and i wil complete grip on that particular subject when compared with the other areas .both the subjects need graduation with the minimum of 50% aggregate to apply for the course for better prospects.if we want to do mba we should be able to developrequired qualities like
    • management skills
    • adminstrative skills
    • subjective skills
    • leadership skills
    • social
    • communication
    • good command on english
    • and any other requires for it
    where as for we dont have to require all these we need only bca certificate and we have to write the concerned tests
    but for the mba we can do it after completion of our graduation in any stream by writting the tests such as gmat,mat,cmat,atma,jfat,xmat,mba etc...



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