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    Details about any technical courses after MBA?

    i have done my mba i want learn some technical program which one is useful and soureceble to learn could u inform that?



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    Samerjeet singh is offline Junior Member Samerjeet singh is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Details about any technical courses after MBA?

    Hello guest there are two aype of technical course after MBA. First course you had is MS and second it M.Tech in managment. And you can easily get admission in this and m.tech is better course for you and you can easily get admission in mtech by qualifying these exam GATE, NET ,SET and you can get admission and has bright future aftre this corse and these exam coduct by university grant commsion visite site www.ugc.nic.in best of luck for future good bye

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    Re: Details about any technical courses after MBA?

    I have done my MBA recently, so iam interested to join in net working&hardaware. so it is usefull for me?
    please give me a good suggestion.

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    Re: Details about any technical courses after MBA?

    dear sir i have done mba crosspondes from ptu jalander in finances sector can i do M,tech regular pls give sugest me ple message me

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    Re: Details about any technical courses after MBA?

    HI,
    this is good to see that you intrested in technical courses after MBA which gives a great oppourtunity of success.

    Information Technology (IT)
    Information Technology (IT) or Management Information Systems (MIS) has recently is one of the most important MBA specializations. For those who have IT background MBA IT can open up positions like System Analyst, Technical Systems Manager, Technical Consultant, and Business Development Manager - all the way upto the position of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) or Chief Technology Officer (CTO). IT, ecommerce, and related industries often offer good placements to MBA IT graduates
    "If you are a good programmer, have technical skills, and have knowledge of their business domain, you can choose Information Technology or IT as your MBA specialization. You can then help develop Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for business development, sales and marketing, accounts, project management, HR functions and all other business processes. You can always look after e-commerce and outsourcing aspects of businesses that have shown tremendous growth in the past decade", says Geetika Sachdeva, a senior software programmer.
    "MBA in IT opens up gates of Fortune 500 companies for you in India and abroad. Indian IT professionals are respected worldwide and with an MBA background, you just become irresistible for best multinational companies (MNCs)

    all the best.

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