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    Eligibility for MBA from government colleges after 3 year diploma?

    I would like to know whether a 3 year Diploma holder with more than 10 years work experience can appear for MBA programs approved by any university/ AICTE or any Govt. approved authorities? This being a general and widely asked question by every one, because, no body have a clear information regarding the same and many agencies offer courses in different way. It will be a great support for the students and working professionals to find out a right path for their higher education.



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    Re: Eligibility for MBA from government colleges after 3 year diploma?

    Respected Candidate,

    I Must Say that For Opting MBA You must have bachelor degree with at-least of 55% of aggregate from the reputed institution

    There is no any criteria specified to consider the experience so,your experience can not be taken as grant for being eligible

    So,I am sorry to say that but you can not directly apply for MBA with out possession of bachelor degree

    If you want to do MBA in any of the institute then also these are the generalize criteria which you likely to be follow for Opting MBA

    For any time of MBA means either Full time or part time you must persuade Bachelor degree


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    Re: Eligibility for MBA from government colleges after 3 year diploma?

    Dear if you have completed a diploma of three years of duration after completing your 12th class then you are eligible to get admission in MBA but if you think to get admission in MBA from any government university then it is not possible because diploma holder candidates are not eligible to get admission in MBA in any government university but you can complete your MBA from any private sector institute and private sector institutes are also recognized by the UGC and AICTE so that you should not hesitate to get admission in any private institute and complete your MBA to receive more job opportunities in your life and increase your qualification

    All the best

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