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    Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    sir,
    my sister compleated her 3 year diploma in electrical engineering after compleating 2 year ITI.she did not compleat plus 2.Is she is qualified to apply MBA

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    Hello My dear friend


    Who are having Interest to get in to MBA they must fulfill the eligibility criteria for MBA

    Basic eligibility Criteria for the MBA :


    <> You must complete the graduation from the recognized university with minimum 50% of marks

    <> You must be an Indian citizen

    <> There is No age limit

    <> Any graduate can apply for the Entrance tests like CAT ,MAT ,GMAT, XAT, SNAP etc.,


    There is a Percentage relaxation for the Category students


    That is all


    Good luck

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    Eligibility for MBA

    Candidate should be graduate in any stream from a reputed institute and must have scored minimum 50% marks in graduation and relaxation of 5% marks in degree for SC and ST so they need to have only 45% marks

    Candidate should have passed in entrance examination conducted by the university by securing minimum qualifying marks in entrance test and basically should be more than 90% marks to get a good institute for MBA

    According to your mentioned qualification, your sister has completed 10th + ITI (2 years) + 3 year diploma in Electrical Engineering so I would like to give you a good news which is that your sister is completely eligible to apply for admission in MBA program because her ITI of two years after 10th will be considered equal to 12th class and her Diploma of three years in Engineering is equal to graduation but there are some conditions which should be followed that

    Diploma and ITI both should be completed from a recognized board or institute or university

    Both Courses should be completed in regular more means no open or through distance education

    Must have scored minimum 50% marks in both courses from a reputed institute

    So you should read all the instructions and apply for entrance examination and entrance exams are - Common Admission Test, Management Aptitude Test, Common Management Aptitude Test, GMAT - Graduate Management Aptitude Test etc.

    All the best

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    Dear..

    I am happy that you are so concerned about your studies and asking in forum to clear your doubts related to MBA. One thing which you have told us is that your sister has done Diploma of three year and she also has a ITI diploma but the real problem is that MBA is a post graduate course and all the candidate who are graduates are only eligible for the entrance exam of MBA..

    Eligibility of the exam is as follows :-

    The candidate must be a graduate
    Graduation must be done from a recognized university
    No need to have any special Branch
    No age limit
    percentage limit is their :-

    For OBC and General :- 50% is the limit
    For SC and ST :- 45% as they get 5% relaxation.

    So dear if we closely look at the eligibility criteria and the qualification that your sister has then it is clear that she has done a diploma and she does not have any graduation degree so she can not go for her MBA without that Degree

    Solution :-

    If she is so desperate to complete the MBA then its better to tell her to take admission in Graduation first. As she is a diploma holder she will directly get admission in the 2nd year of Graduation.

    If you have any query you can ask in the forum

    Hope I have Helped you

    Cheers...!!!

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    Hello dear friend,
    MBA stands for the Master in bussiness studies.It is of two year programmes course.

    And also known as one of the best professional courses among all the other courses.
    If you have completed diploma courses after 10th then you will have to get admission in Graduations.
    Only then after you will become able to get admissions in any MBA colleges.
    The benefits which you will be provided of doing diploma is that you will go directly in 2nd year of graduations.

    The eligibilty for the MBA is as below-->>
    1>> Minimum 45% marks in graduations courses.
    2>> Age relaxatation for the sc/st condidates is of five years.
    3>> good communicatons skills.
    etc...................

    Some of the important exams for the admissions in MBA courses are listed as below-->>

    CAT: Common aptitute test,

    MAT:Mangements aptitude test,

    SAT:Symbosis aptitute test,

    XAT: Xaviers aptitude test,

    ICET,

    And many more national exams are there to provide a seat in the respective MBA colleges.

    Hope my post will help you,

    Good Luck

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA with diploma courses after 10th?

    hi friend

    Eligibility Criteria for MBA :

    1] Graduation from any recognize university
    2] Indian
    3] Above 50% marks in graduation
    4] NO age limit

    Now you are doing diploma,
    complete your diploma first.
    and then prepare for Entrance Exam of MBA......

    All The best.......

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