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    Which filed is better between MCA and MBA after completing B.Sc in IT? Government jobs available after these course?

    which field is better wheather MCA or MBA after completing B.sc(IT), my first preference is to a good package, also tell me is there government jobs is available for these course or not.


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    Re: Which filed is better between MCA and MBA after completing B.Sc in IT? Government jobs available after these course?

    Hello,

    It is nice that you have pursued your graduation course in Information Technology. I think MCA is option for you if you are very good at your programming skills. But, I don't think so that being an B.Sc in Information Technology you may have that sharpness in your programming skills. Therefore, It will be better choice for you to move ahead with your MBA course and there are various specialization that you can move ahead with in order to pursue your MBA course. I think it will be better for you to move ahead with MBA in Information technology as this is the apt choice for you to move ahead with your MBA course.

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    Re: Which filed is better between MCA and MBA after completing B.Sc in IT? Government jobs available after these course?

    Hi friend,

    Both MBA and MCA are good and different fields. If you are a technical guy i suggest you to go for MCA and if you are management guy you go for MBA. MCA is a three years masters programme while MBA is a two year masters programme.

    So decide it on the basis of your interest.

    Best of luck.

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    Eljoe Mathew.

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