i have completed bca this year. i want to do MBA airlines and airport management..do am i eligible for this course??and
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Well right at this point I think MCA will be better than MBA. MCA is at this point better stream for technology people as you are. After coping for up for technical jobs in CTS or TCS or IBM will be much easier, not to mention going for abroad. Now for MCA in government institutes you will have to give examinations. But you can go for institutes like Heritage Institute of technology, Narula institute of technology and management or B.P.poddar institute of technology and management or IGNOU St. Xavier's College. There the fees will also be moderate(except for Narula) and the teaching faculty will be next to brilliant, not to mention the campus placement facilities of all those colleges leaving Ignou. You just log onto their official website and find out the last date to submit the online forms. No examination will be necessary, but good marks in your BCA will definitely be necessary. After that you have to join the course for around 3 years and on completion of your final year you get a valuable marksheet and certificate that opens your door for technical jobs in any small or big company. So think about it.