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    Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    My btech percent is 50 in cse can I do my mba ?

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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 for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    Your percentage marks are sufficient to be eligible for MBA program because minimum required percentage marks in degree to get admission in MBA program are 50% and if candidate belongs to General or OBC category and having less than 50% marks then he/she will not be considered eligible to get admission in MBA program

    45% marks are required for reserved category candidates but only for SC and ST and PWDs not for OBCs

    You must search some good institutes for admission in MBA in your area and know more about the admission process so you could get a very good college by following all necessary stages and basic admission process is following in management colleges for MBA

    Entrance Examination : Entrance Test is conducted by each university for MBA program and most of the entrance exams are there which are accepted by all institutes because top reputed institutes conduct those tests - CAT, MAT, XAT, CMAT, GMAT, SNAP etc. so you have to pass in this entrance examination and score marks as higher as possible because your 80% selection based on this test so you have to use all efforts so score highest marks

    Group Discussion : When you will qualify entrance examination then this will be the first stage of your test where you have to undergo group discussion on a particular topic and this process is managed by the institute at fixed time and date with schedule

    Personal Interview : After Passing Group Discussion of the selection process you have to finally appear for interview and perform better than all to make your selection sure for a seat in management course and you will be asked various questions related to business management, etc. so you have to be prepared for all

    You can prefer anyone of these institutes to get better education and future

    Indian Institute of Management
    Xavier Labour Research Institute
    Symbiosis Institute of Management
    Management Development Institute
    Institute of Rural Management
    SP Jain Institute of Management and Research
    Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies
    Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
    Faculty of Management Studies

    Upcoming Entrance Examination is MAT and you can get all details at www.aima-ind.org and submit your application form on before 17th of August 2013 at AIMA New Delhi

    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    Yes you are eligible for MBA with 50 % , the candidates with 50% marks are eligible for MBA. Just give entrance exam and try to score good .
    best of luck

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    anil.singarapu is offline Junior Member anil.singarapu is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    They ask just any degree from a recognized institution/university with minimum of 50% only. So you are eligible but you need to attend an entrance exam either MAT or any other in your state.

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    You need to have appeared in some MBA entrance test. With the valid score of exam you can apply for MBA. Some institutions like LPU have their own entrance test, If you score well in that test you can take admission even with 50% marks in graduation.

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    Hello my dear Aspirant

    Dear definitely you are eligible to apply for the MBA since it requires the you must complete the graduation from the recognzed university with minimum 50% of marks

    There is a Relaxation for the SC/ST candidates

    That too you must write the Entrance tests which are used for enters in to the MBA

    The ist of common entrance tests aregiven below

    <> CAT

    <> MAT

    <> GMAT

    <> SNAP

    <> XAT

    Besides these you can also have a chance to apply for the Entrance tests which are conducts in the Own states

    Those are

    <> ICET (A.P)

    <> UP CET (Uttar pradesh )

    <> MH -CET (Maharastra)

    <> TANCET (Tamilnadu )

    That is all

    Good luck

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with 50% marks in B.Tech.?

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    MBA is a master degree course.CAT is an Common Admission Test which is conducted by the IIMs every year. The eligibility criteria for this examination is to have a bachelor degree in any stream with minimum 50% marks in the aggregate.

    It is 45% for the reserved category aspirant.The aspirants who are of reserved category are also eligible for this exam. But they have to only remember that they should fulfill the percentile criteria of this examination.

    If I considered your heading that means if you have got 50% marks in your graduation degree course than you are eligible for the CAT examination.

    Yes you can go for MBA even if you had 50% marks in B.TECH.

    You just complete your graduation in any discipline with 50% marks.

    All the Best...!!!

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