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    Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    I have 59% for Mechanical Engineering. Can i get in to a top B School if i can score much better marks for CAT or MAT? I mean is degree mark a big criteria for getting in to a reputed B School?

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    rhythm is offline Junior Member rhythm is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    dear aspirant,
    most colleges require an aggregate score of 50% in graduation for you to be a eligible for MBA. also if you belong to the reserved category the percentage required is 45 %.
    hope it helped

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    abhijeet2015 is offline Member abhijeet2015 is on a distinguished road
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    Solutions ------>
    * Basically as per law 50 per cent is eligible for entrance in CAT or MAT.
    * But the actual truth is that students above 60% marks are given preference to selected.
    * IIM s also want that a student must have at least 60% in graduation degree.
    * So you may try your luck now.

    All the best


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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    Dear if you wants to get admission in MBA after completing your bachelor's degree in engineering then you may get admission on the basis of your percentage marks but if you are willing to get admission in top B - school for MBA then you will have to work hard for that university or institute and before that you should think about CAT or MAT entrance test because these are the tests which has more value and acceptable in all over India and if you get success in any one of these entrance tests with more than 95% marks then you will definitely get a very good B-School for MBA and if you score more than 98% marks then you may get IIM for MBA but before that you will have to be passed in various stages as Interview and Group Discussion Process but presently you should focus on the preparation and try to give more and more time for entrance test preparation and percentage marks of degree only is not responsible for your final selection because you have to cross various steps which are following as

    1. Percentage marks of 10th, 12th and graduation
    2. Percentage marks of entrance test - CAT or MAT
    3. Total working experience in any field with genuine certificate
    4. Performance of interview process and group discussion

    So that you have to be prepared for every single topic then only you will get a good school and for your support I have uploaded some previous years question papers for CAT and MAT entrance test for your more knowledge so please download and start preparation

    All the best
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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    As you have scored 59% in your B.Tech. so, you are eligible for appearing in the entrance exam of MBA..........
    Here I am giving the criteria required for the doing MBA........
    The candidate must hold a Bachelorís Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA......
    [45% in case of the candidates belonging to SC/ST or OBC category]
    Graduation must be done from a recognized university.......
    Satisfying the above criteria you can apply to the exams like CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP etc..........
    If you will score a good rank in the CAT exam then only you can get admission to the India's best B- Schools i,e. IIMs..........
    CAT is supposed to be one of most toughest exam so it needs a very good preparation.........
    So, as you have completed your B.Tech then don't waist your time and prepare well for the exam and crack it as soon as possible........

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    amit89itbhu is offline Junior Member amit89itbhu is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    As rhythm mentioned aggregate score required in graduation is 50%, so you easily qualify that slab. however there are few points for your graduation marks (in IIM admission process, dont know about others) so you would be getting less in that. If you work harder for CAT score, and if your 10th, 12th marks are good. then there are chances you would be selected. 2-3 year of work ex would be add on.

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    With your graduation marks itself you became eligible to apply for MBA course.

    Minimum marks required in graduation level is 50% for General categories whereas, for SC/ST only 45% of marks is required.

    You are eligible to write MBA entrance exams like CAT , GMAT , MAT , XAT etc.

    Selection of the candidates is based on the entrance exam..


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    ranjeet kumar is offline Senior Member ranjeet kumar is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    hi friend.
    the minimum marks required in graduation to appear in cat/xat snap is 50%. you have scored 59% in bachelors so you are eligible for all the entrance tests for mba.
    the best institute in our country for mba is iim and they damands 55% in graduation, so be sure that you are eligible for mba from the top institutes. the only thing you have to do is just work hard and hard to score a good marks in entrance exam and improve your communication skill as much as possible, after that no body will stop you to get admission in top ranked b-schools.
    i hope you will definitely placed in a good institute.
    all the best.

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    Re: Eligibility to pursue MBA after doing B.tech. with 59%?

    Hello dear friend,

    The eligibilty for the MBA after B.Tech with 59% 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.
    4>> for genaral students the percentage requires is 50% in graduations or its equlivalents.

    Entrance exams for MBA in India

    CAT - Common Admission Test by IIMs.
    MAT - Management Aptitude Test by AIMA.
    XAT - MBA Entrance Test by XLRI Jamshedpur.
    JMET - Joint Management Entrance Test by IITs.
    SNAP - Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP).
    ATMA - AIMS Test for Management Admission.
    MAHcET-Maharashtra MBA Common Entrance Test.
    FMS - Faculty of Management Studies.
    IGNOU OPENMAT - Indira Gandhi National Open University Management Admission Test
    IBSAT - ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test .
    GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test.

    Hope my post will help you,
    Good Luck

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