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    Better choice between MBA & MCA after BCA?

    i want to ask which course is much better mba or mca??can i find job after bca or bcom & togather can i complete mba or mca??plz reply



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    Manoj Kumar Badoniya is offline Senior Member Manoj Kumar Badoniya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Better choice between MBA & MCA after BCA?

    Dear if you have completed BCA - Bachelor's of Computer Application as your bachelor's degree and interested in computer field then there are so many options for you in future means you may go to Computer or Information Technology or Management field after BCA and make your career better in any one of them but first you need to prefer your interest that where you wants to go because this thing is most compulsory to decide your goal before walking towards that to achieve that easily so if you think that MBA is better option for you then you should go to it but choose MBA in Information Technology for better opportunities in future and this course will be for 2 year of duration and you must have to qualify entrance test to get admission in MBA and there are some common entrance tests - CAT, MAT, XAT, ATMA, SNAP, OPENMAT, IBSAT etc. conducted by various reputed institutes and if you score more than 90% marks in any one of these tests then you may easily get a very good institute for MBA but you must prefer either CAT or MAT

    If you want to go for MCA then you should know that it will take 3 year to be completed but you will learn everything about computer programming and languages after completing MCA but if you go for MBA then you will get full knowledge about business administration and also about information technology that you will choose so this is also a better option for you but everything depends on you that if you are strong in programming and interested in computer languages then you must choose MCA

    If you think that you should complete MBA and MCA together then you can but you must choose different universities to complete these courses and there is no risk at all in pursuing two master's degree at same time and if you think that you can manage everything then must do both

    All the best

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    Re: Better choice between MBA & MCA after BCA?

    Dear friend. . . . .I suggest you to take up master in businees administration. In the present scenerio the scope of computer engineers has come down. If you have faith in yourself you can surely enroll yourself to businees. Top business school that offer this course is indian institute of management. Common admission test is conducted by this institute for master in businees administration course admission. Thank you. All the best.

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    Re: Better choice between MBA & MCA after BCA?

    Dear friend. . . . .I suggest you to take up master in businees administration. In the present scenerio the scope of computer engineers has come down. If you have faith in yourself you can surely enroll yourself to businees. Top business school that offer this course is indian institute of management. Common admission test is conducted by this institute for master in businees administration course admission. Thank you. All the best.

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    Re: Better choice between MBA & MCA after BCA?

    Hello dear
    You are telling that you did BCA already, so it is better to do MCA if you don't want to do MBA you can do but it will be little bit difficult to you to make the thinks up to date.

    Thanks..

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