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    Field selection in graduation for MBA?

    I am a student of 12th with (PCM) I want to study in IIM. So in which field I should done graduation.

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    Re: Field selection in graduation for MBA?

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    I am a student of 12th with (PCM) I want to study in IIM. So in which field I should done graduation.
    Dear friendIf you want to do MBA in future then you should have to complete your graduation degree with atleast 50% marks.Field before MBA are :-1. BBA2. BCA3. BCIM4. B.A.5. B.Sc. (IT)From the above mention fields you can choose eligible for MBA.Good luck... regards Hardeep....

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    Re: Field selection in graduation for MBA?

    It is good to see your interest towards the MBA course.MBA is a master degree course.It is must to have a bachelor degree course in any stream from a recognized university to be eligible for this course.




    There is not any kind of restriction for opting the bachelor degree course.One is totally free to opt any of the bachelor course according to his/her way of convenience as well as easiness.There are so many bachelor degree courses.


    Following are the list of some bachelor degree courses:




    => BBA
    => B.COM
    => BCA
    => B.E.
    => B.TECH
    => BSC
    => BBM, etc



    Dear aspirant going for any course is depend upon ones own interest as well as personal liking towards that particular course.Personal liking as well as interest is not constant for every people while it varies from person to person.





    As you are showing your ultimate goal is to do the MBA course.So as per my experience as well as , As per my opinion you should go for the BBA course.BBA is a bachelor course in business and administration.This is
    course is directly related with the MBA course.





    So If you will go for the BBA course as your bachelor course now than it will be more good, rather than choosing any other bachelor degree course.You will feel quite familiar with the MBA course later.You can easily excel in future if you go for the BBA course now.





    But still The decision is completely depend on you as well as on your interest.Think properly and very carefully, Than come to any decision.




    !!!! Good Luck !!!!




    Regards,
    JSD

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    Re: Field selection in graduation for MBA?

    Hello dear

    You are not eligible for doing MBA in IIM after completion of your 12th .For doing MBA in IIM one must pursue his graduation in any field as their wish in their graduation such as B.Sc,B.Com,B.A,B.E,B.Tech,Arts,animation,commerce, economics etc with a minimum aggregate of 50% and for sc/st it is 45% relaxation is there.The candidates can belong to any university or college recognized from the state or center.After that for getting seat in IIM it is possible only by writing the entrance test CAT which is conducted national wise .OR otherwise we can get seat in IIM by writing the GMAT but in that we have to get score above 715 and we have to perform well in Group discussion and interview then only we are allotted to get into the institution.There we will have scholarship both for merit and poor people who cannot afford for the college fee

    Generally the field selection it depends upon your interest in respective area.Basing upon the year and the education you are going to pursue it ,the demand for the course it depends.

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