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    Eligible for MBA after completing diploma in Electronics and Communication?

    I finished my diploma in electronics and communication on 2005.i have industrial experience.can i do MBA course.

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    Re: Eligible for MBA after completing diploma in Electronics and Communication?

    The minimum qualification of MBA is Graduation from a recognized University. You have to do first Graduation in any stream. You can also do Graduation in electronics and communication.

    You have good industrial experience then you can go for the Human Resource Management. You have to read about Industrial Relations and employee relations.

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    Re: Eligible for MBA after completing diploma in Electronics and Communication?

    Hello,

    It is good to see that you have completed your Diploma in Electronics and Communication along with Work experience. But, You might be not aware with the fact that diploma is the certified course that you have pursued. Certificate courses are not allowed to get eligibility in MBA course. You should have graduation in degree course in order to get nod from Eligibility criteria for MBA course along with minimum of 50% of marks in your graduation. This is the criteria that you are required to maintain to pursue your MBA course. It is your plus point that you have enough Industrial Exposure. But, You need to go for some transition course that you will lead you to the Degree course out of Diploma course that you have pursued. Now, It is up to whether which way you want to move ahead with. Whether to go for MBA course or find some other alternative.

    Eligibility criteria that you are required to follow :
    - Minimum of 50% of marks in your graduation and 45% of marks for SC/ST students.
    - No age limit.
    - Graduation from recognized University.

    Follow the above criteria to get Eligibility criteria nod and move ahead .

    Regards,

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    Re: Eligible for MBA after completing diploma in Electronics and Communication?

    can a diploma holder can do b.sc?

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    Am I eligible for BBA I hv completed my diploma in electronics and telecommunication

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    After diploma in electronic & communcation can we join MBA.

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    can i do mba after 12th diploma in electronics and telecommunication???

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    Re: Eligible for MBA after completing diploma in Electronics and Communication?

    hi
    I am sorry to say that being a diploma holder you are not eligible for giving the MBA entrance exam for your pursuation of MBA.
    For getting into the MBA course, you need to be a graduate from a recognized university with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate.
    Therefore first of all you need to take the admission in the graduation first and then you can apply for the MBA.
    Gud luck

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