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    Eligibility for MBA after B.Sc. in Hotel Management?

    Dear sir,

    I have done my Bsc in hotel management with lateral entery from PTU on 2008. Now preasently I am working . i have around 4 years work experiance . Now I am planing to do MBA full time. Am I eligible to seat in MAT exam . Will I be treated as Graduate. Plz help me out.

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after B.Sc. in Hotel Management?

    Nice to see your interest towards the MBA course.MBA is a post graduation degree course with the duration of two years.

    The basic eligibility for this course is to have a bachelor degree in any stream from a recognized university.Also the aspirant has to score minimum 50% marks in their graduation aggregate to be completely eligible for the MBA course.
    There is not any restriction for age for being eligible in this course.One can attained this course at any age.There is relaxation for the reserved category students .i.e. The SC/ST students gets the relaxation by 5% in graduation percentile.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 graduation course as BSC (Hotel Management) so you are fulfilling the basic eligibility criteria of the MBA course.If you have got minimum 50% marks or more then this much marks in your graduation aggregate then surely you can do the MBA course.Also you can appear in the entrance exams like CAT/MAT/XAT if you fulfill the complete eligibility criteria.
    !! Good Luck !!

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA after B.Sc. in Hotel Management?

    i want to do mba hotel management ?
    i am hsc passed i am doing bsc it course in mumbai.....
    after graduate.... i can do mba hotel management.......

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