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    Which is good between MBA or MCA after BCA?

    After completing my BCA degree...WHAT WILL I DO? MCA OR MBA

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    Re: Which is good between MBA or MCA after BCA?

    Dear both of the courses are best to make your career good and if you think that computer stream will be best for you and if you are good at programming then you must choose MCA as your master's degree but if you think that you may not complete your MCA well then you need to select MBA but be in your stream as you can choose MBA in Information Technology etc.

    MCA will take 3 years to be completed but you can complete MBA in 2 years which is better than MCA

    MBA candidates are more preferred in various companies and during campus selection so that you should go for MBA and if you complete your MBA with at least 75% marks then you will hvae a lot of opportunities in your career which are more than MCA but if you get good command over programming and languages in computer and go for MCA then also you may get a better job in your life under IT industries and IT - Software related companies

    Getting admission in MBA is harder than MCA because to get a good reputed college you have to prepare hard for CAT or MAT or XAT entrance test but for MCA you have to qualify Pre MCA Entrance test which is easier than CAT or MAT test

    All the best

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    infoysis is offline Senior Member infoysis is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Which is good between MBA or MCA after BCA?

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    After completing my BCA degree...WHAT WILL I DO? MCA OR MBA

    Both P.G. courses are good scope you can join in either MCA or MBA with a qualification of just finishing your BCA Graduation. Its depends on your choices. I Suggest you interested in MBA course then you may apply for MBA. Apart from opinion you may thing your useful and choose the course in which you have more interest . I hope that you develop your career in right way .

    For these courses there are certain eligibility criteria and i have described them below:

    Regarding about MCA:

    MCA stands for Master of Computer Applications and this course is also a PG course.For joining in this course the education qualification needed for the course is that the candidate must have passed a Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3 year's duration in any discipline with Mathematics at 10 + 2 level with at least 50%.
    The candidate should have passed Bachelor's Degree of minimum 3 year's duration in any discipline with Mathematics as one of the subjects with at least 50% aggregate.

    Regarding about MBA:

    MBA stands for Master of Business Administration and this course is a PG course and there are many ways of doing this course either as Part Time or Full Time.For joining in this course the candidate need not have a certain age limit as there is no age limit for the exam.Regarding the education qualification for the exam the candidate must have completed a 3 years duration UG course from a recognized university with at least 50% and for candidates of SC/ST it is restricted to 45%.

    As you have not satisfied the eligibility criteria need for joining in these courses you are ineligible to study these courses now at this stage.It is better that you do a Bachelor degree course and then apply for the courses.

    The various specialization available for MBA are:

    ~~ Finance
    ~~ Marketing
    ~~ HR
    ~~ Operations

    ~~ Systems
    ~~ IT.and Etc....

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