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    Which course should i opt between PGDM & MBA after doing 3 year diploma?

    Hi. I have done a 3 years diploma after 12th in modern office practice that is management vocational stream from meerabai polytechnic. I have also a work experience of 14 months with IBM AND Barclays. I am looking for a pgdm or mba. can u please suggest what should i do. I am very confused with it. thanks.

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    Re: Which course should i opt between PGDM & MBA after doing 3 year diploma?


    The master of business administration (MBA) is a two year postgraduate degree in business administration.

    Now a days in the corporate sector, there is a huge demand of hard working and talented people and many students dream of joining MBA course after the completion of their graduation as it offers better job prospects in India as well as abroad.

    This degree helps in developing technical skills and business knowledge and we can also set up our own business.

    students seeking MBA will get a lot of benefits.

    MBA degree holder are eligible for high salary

    Post graduate diploma in management (PGDM) is a two year diploma course basically designed to integrate current management theory and practice.

    This degree prepares the young graduates for senior level positions in industry and paves the way for a robust corporate career.

    This programme is suitable for students who want to enter the challenging area of management and also for the entrepreneurs already in business as it encourages them to expand, diversify and optimize their operations.

    Students who have completed their bachelorís degree in any discipline from any recognized university are eligible for this degree

    So according to me you can go for MBA as it has good scope and will boost your career

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    Re: Which course should i opt between PGDM & MBA after doing 3 year diploma?


    PGDM is Post Graduate Diploma in Management course which is generally 1 Year course. In some universities it is 1.5 or 2 Years course. It is Graduate diploma course in which you can go after Graduation. It is not the master Degree but it is diploma after graduation which is tends to Master Degree. After doing this course you can go for MBA 2nd year directly as the lateral entry.

    MBA is the Master in Business Administration course which is a Master Degree course. The eligibility criteria is same as PGDM course i.e. Graduation. After doing Graduation with 50% or above marks you can go for it.

    It is better that first of all you should do Graduation. If you think about only MBA degree then you should do B.Com or BBA degree. After doing one of these degrees you should go for CAT/MAT/XAT or any university exam for MBA admission. After passing one of these exams you will go for Group Discussions and Interview test conducted by colleges and then you will go for MBA.

    But if you want to be in your current job then you can go for MBA distance degree. In this you need not to pass any exam but some universities like IGNOU take entrance exam for MBA admission. But many universities are there which offer you the direct admission in MBA through distance learning.

    You can also go for MBA integrated degree course which is 5 Years course and its eligibility is 10+2 or Diploma. You will enter in MBA 5 Years course and after 5 Years you will get direct MBA degree. Best of luck.

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