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    Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    Hello evry 1 i m Saumyajit..
    presenlt i m pursuing BCA from Sikkim Manipal University nd i m in the final sem...i m an average student nd my aggregaet % till the last sem is around 68%..so will any 1 suggest me wht shld i go for after i m done wid my BCA...shld i go for MBA IT or MCA..and i m very much interested to do a job in Hardware or Networking secot..so wht professional courses shld i do alongside of my MBA or MCA??????? pls suggest me..thanks

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    Dear friend,

    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.
    Doing MCA is always better then doing MBA if you have have a good knowledge of basic languages like C,C++ and interest as well.

    You could do MBA later if you think you need to do it when you are doing a job and looking for promotions and change of branch.

    You should take the famous entrances though like CAT,XAT,IIFT etc and if you are lucky to go through the IIM's or FMS or IIFT etc then you could go for MBA otherwise you should do MCA and wait 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

    With best wishes
    miC

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    Re: Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    Go for MCA rather then MBA in IT. MBA in IT will lead you to marketing of IT products whereas MCA will help you get technical job in companies. You will have better opportunities after MCA then MBA in IT.

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    Suresh Sharma

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    Re: Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    Its important for the bca students to do mca regular so you will get job easily in reputed MNC's. And your value will be double after doing MCA.


    After doing BCA and you think you are good in programming skills then go for MCA. This is the best course for the BCA students. This a very natural choice once you finish BCA. MCA duration is 3 years and this degree covers the application part of computers in a more extended manner.
    This degree gives you equal opportunities in IT sector like any other engineering graduate in computers


    Thanks..

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    Re: Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    After BCA if you are good at programming and other computer courses and you are interested in studying computers further then for you nothing is better than MCA..........
    because after doing MCA you can go to teaching line also which is a very good job now a days in terms of income or you can work with many MNCs also...........
    If you are very much interested in management works then only go for the MBA otherwise MCA is much better option for you,,,,,,,,,,
    MCA will be very be much easier for you also as you are studying same thing from last three years................

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    Re: Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    HI

    Its better to go for MBA rather then going for MCA. Both are good and both would you fetch you good job but as per current scenario, scope for MBA is much better then MCA.

    Following are the few subjects you would be studying in MBA IT

    - Internet based platform strategies
    - Business Process Reengineering
    - Business Intelligence & Data Mining
    - Internet Based Platform Strategies
    - Enterprise systems and IT strategy
    - E-governance

    If you are doing MBA from good college and score good marks, you need not do any other course.
    Doing multiple course at the same time would only divert your attention.

    All the best

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    Re: Career option after BCA? Better option between MBA in IT and MCA after BCA? What professional courses should i do along side of MBA or MCA to get good career in future?

    hey ,
    if you have done you BCA .
    then you will stand with software engineer .
    You can apply many campanies.
    Like
    HCL
    IBM
    GOOGLE
    FACEBOOK
    etc.
    You second question answer is that
    if you chooe MBA it is more better then MCA .
    Because every campany needs a MBA holder candidate in there campany.
    If you want to do some other course along side with MBA and MCA then join many other course .
    Like speaking english , personality development, Etc.
    I hope it will helpful answer for you.
    GOOD LUCK

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