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    Eligibility to do MBA after B.com.?

    sir, i am 38% B.com Graduate student can i also eligible for the MBA Course. I am very interested to do MBA. please suggest me your opinion

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    JSD is offline Senior Member JSD is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to do MBA after B.com.?

    Dear aspirant It is extremely sorry to inform you that you can not do the MBA course.Dear aspirant MBA is the post graduation degree program.The basic eligibility criteria for this course is to have a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognized university.

    Also the appearing aspirant has to score minimum 50% marks in his/her graduation aggregate to be completely eligible for the MBA course.The relaxation is only for the reserved category students. i.e. If the appearing aspirant is belonging from the SC/St category then he/she will get the relaxation in percentile by 5%.They have to score minimum 45% marks in their graduation aggregate to be eligible for the MBA course.

    Dear aspirant as you are telling that you have completed your bachelor course as B,com so by this you are fulfilling only the basic eligibility criteria of this course.But as you are not fulfilling the secondary eligibility criteria of the percentage since you got 38% so It is again sorry to tell you that you can not do MBA course with such score.

    !! Sorry !!

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    velocity is offline Junior Member velocity is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to do MBA after B.com.?

    Here is the eligibility to join MBA course.

    One should have completed Graduation with minimum 50% of marks.
    Relaxation in percentage of marks upto 5% for the candidates of SC/ST category.

    There is no upper age limit to join this course.

    Some of the entrance exams that will give admission for MBA course are

    GMAT etc.

    As you are having only 38% of marks in your Graduation, you are not eligible to join MBA course.

    Try to get the admission in popular universities for distance education.

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    ravindar is offline Senior Member ravindar is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to do MBA after B.com.?


    Graduation marks should be 50% from recognized Institution

    If you are not acheived 50% . it will be very tough to get an admission in MBA .ans as you scored 38% in B.Com .not easy to get an admission .but still you can try some

    normal colleges..

    Better work any one company for a year or more than 2 0r 3 years later you can do MBA - Part Time or Correspondance .that too very difficult to get .but yes have some

    hope on you ..definitely you good positive result


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    Manoj Kumar Badoniya is offline Senior Member Manoj Kumar Badoniya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to do MBA after B.com.?

    Dear first of all i would like to suggest that you are not eligible to apply for admission in MBA because you have very less percentage marks in your bachelor's degree which are not enough to get admission in MBA and as you know that MBA is a reputed and professional course of minimum 2 years for which you need to have more than 50% marks in your bachelor's degree and if you belongs to SC/ST category then you must have at least 45% marks in bachelor's degree then you will be considered as eligible to get admission in MBA

    Dear you have a chance to complete your MBA but only from distance mode means you have a hope to get admission and complete your dream by completing MBA from distance mode and you may get admission in any one of the following universities

    Sikkim Manipal University
    Karnataka State Open University
    Nagarjuna University - Distance Education

    All the best

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