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    Eligibility for MBA from IIT for B.Sc degree holders?

    Respected sir/madam
    I am a Bsc computer science (final year) student from kannur university. Can I opt for mba from IIT?

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA from IIT for B.Sc degree holders?

    IIT admit students on the basis of CAT score , although earlier they have their separate exam, but now they consider CAT score only for admission.

    So, u need to prepare for CAT to get admission in IIT.

    So, will be eligible for admission if you have more than 50% in graduation, rest will depend on CAT score.

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA from IIT for B.Sc degree holders?

    Eligibility to do MBA from IIT

    MBA is a management course it stands for masters in business administration. It is 2 years course …… it has many scopes after that you will get good job in many companies and you will also get good salary package
    If you want to do MBA from IIT then you should give the entrance for this

    Eligibility criteria for the IIT for the MBA:

    The candidate should be graduated in any field from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks ….
    Age should be between 21 to 30 years…..
    If you have 55% marks in graduation then you can apply for the IIT otherwise you cannot apply for the MBA in IIT
    As you have done B sc then you should apply for the MBA……
    It is a good course and it has many specializations you can choose anyone of them which is related to your field…..

    All streams are good and have their own values and importance so you can choose anyone for your bright future…

    Some of the specializations are given below:
    MBA in HR
    MBA in finance
    MBA in technology
    MBA in software
    MBA in pharmacy
    MBA in education

    And there are also so many specializations I have told you which is related to your field…..
    So you can choose anyone of them all are good course and after that you will get good job and good salary……….

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    Re: Eligibility for MBA from IIT for B.Sc degree holders?

    If you wants to do MBA from IIT then must give to the entrance for this

    Criterion's of eligibility for the IIT for the MBA:

    The candidate is must be graduated in any field of a grateful university with the marks of 55 % minimum ….

    The age must be between of 21 to 30 years…..

    If it have the marks of 55 % in the graduation then you can request the IIT otherwise cannot request the MBA in IIT

    It is a good course and it has many specializations you can choose the one of them/it that is related with your field…..
    All currents are comfortably placed has your own values and importance can choose so for your brilliant future…
    Someone of the specializations are given under:
    MBA in HR
    MBA in the finance
    MBA in the pharmacy
    MBA in the education
    MBA in IT
    MBA in Engg.

    and exists also as many specializations that I you have this that is related with your field…..



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