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    Is it better option to do MBA after doing civil engineer with less technical skills in civil engineering? Please suggest me is my decision is correct?

    i'm persuing b.tech in civil engineering, 4th yr from a private college under west bengal universty of technology. My technical skills in civil engineering is not so good. So i want to opt for mba. Is my decision correct? And i filled the registration forms for cat and cmat exams only. Should i fills forms for xat or any other exams too? If yes then what are those exams which have good colleges in more numbers? i am better than an average student of b.tech and my english is ok. Math is good. Can i be successful manager after Mba?? What will be expected salary after mba? How much MARKS I HAVE TO SCORE IN CAT AND CMAT FOR GETTING A GOOD COLLEGE?? Please tell marks, not just percentile. Please reply to my email id ahmednaim24@gmail.com

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    Re: Is it better option to do MBA after doing civil engineer with less technical skills in civil engineering? Please suggest me is my decision is correct?

    What is procedure to do M.B.A. in construction mangement after complete B.Tech. in civil

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    Re: Is it better option to do MBA after doing civil engineer with less technical skills in civil engineering? Please suggest me is my decision is correct?

    since you had persuied B.tech with very core branch which is also considered as an evergreen branch so i would give you suggestion that you can do better in your field of interest
    but if now ,you are interested in doing MBA then then undoubtedly you should start for that.Actually untill and unless you don`t get some experience in your field(CIVIL) you can`t blame yourself that you are not technically sound becauze in b.tech i think hardly 10% students really know the actual technical skill and rest learn through their job.

    If you are genuinly interested in MBA then you would have to crack either CAT(common admission test ) or MAT(management aptitude tast)exams and then only you can select your interested field of management.

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