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    How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    hi....currently m working wid HDFC ltd. as a customer care executive n i m in bcom 3rd year.
    I want to do MBA after this means nxt year..please guide me should I go for corresp. or regular...n do the corsp. colleges give campus placements...


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    Asma is offline Junior Member Asma is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    Dear friend,

    You have just started your career and yet not finished your studies. Many students think to work with a low profile and continue studies simultaneously. But actually that's not good for your professional life. you will have to be so much patient to reach on higher designation.

    I would suggest you to go for regular MBA and it has more value than correspondence MBA. Even most of the companies prefer only those candidates who have done their MBA in a regular mode.

    You are quite young and seems to be very concerned for your future. Do MBA in a regular mode and directly you can apply for the high profile job.

    Good luck
    Asma

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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    Hello,

    It is nice that you are in 3rd year B.com. In order to pursue your MBA course you have to be eligible for your course to pursue your MBA course. It is nice that you are having work experience for year. Now, You can go ahead with your MBA course. You need to be eligible for your regular MBA course. Here is the detailed view of your eligibility criteria that you need to maintain .. You have to follow the following criteria for your course.
    - Minimum of 50% of marks in your graduation and 45% of marks for SC/ST students.
    - No age limit.
    - Graduation from recognized University.

    This is the criteria that you need to follow to pursue your course for your MBA course.

    Regards,

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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    hi....currently m working wid export ltd company in accounts section n i have completed my graduation from b.com n now
    I want to do MBA from correspondence..please guide me should I go for corresp. what is the scope of mba in future.???

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    Somaiya is offline Junior Member Somaiya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    Hi friend,

    I would suggest you to do Regualr Full time MBA after completing your degree/graduation.

    Doing Correspondence MBA from any college will not give campus placement in any company.

    For applying for Regualr MBA you need to passout your graduation with 50% of passing marks and if reservation SC/ST than 45%.

    You need to give entrance exam CAT, MAT, CMAT and crack the exam with good score to get admission from best college which will give you 100% job guarantee in good company.

    All the best...

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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    ~~After completion of your graduation (B.Com ) you must take preparation for Competitive exams like

    • XAT ( for Xaviour Institute Of Management)
    • GET ( for GITAM Institute of International Business)
    • CAT Common Admission Test
    • MAT Management Aptitude Test
    • GMAT is a Graduate Management Admission test
    • IIFT Indian Institute Of Foreign Trade Entrance Exam
    • IRMA Institute Of Rural Management and Anand
    • JBIMS Jamnalal Bajaj Institute Of Management Sciences
    • MDI Management Development Institute Admission

    you need to crack some or at least one exam to get enrolled for MBA course in the B.Schools of INDIA
    Different B. Schools/Colleges have different exams for admission

    you need to select particular colleges and appear in their respective exams
    basically the IIMs are regarded as the BEST INSTITUTES for studying MBA
    am shortlisting the names of the best seat of learning for MBA in INDIA ..you may select from them


    !!!! BEST RENOWNED COLLEGES IN INDIA !!!!

    • Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
    • Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
    • TAPMI T.A. Pai Management Institute
    • JBIMS Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies
    • MICA Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad
    • IIPM Indian Institute of Planning and Management
    • LIBA Loyola Institute of Business Administration
    • JRE Group of Institutions
    • Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    • Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
    • Indian Institute of Management Indore
    • Indus Business Academy -IBA Bangalore


    Don't go for correspondence courses.......just stop your job for 1 year.....and go for the regular ones.......the regular ones are much more valued than the corresponndence course.....it will be a great boost to your professional career if you mange to get a good seat in the regular MBA colleges .....
    think about it ........mt advice is that you must go for the regular ones!! !

    Wish you all the luck!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: How to regular and correspondence MBA after completing B.Com?

    HI

    since you have B.com back ground and also you are working in a bank. You have a good profile.
    and since you want college with good placement, you should go for reqular MBA.
    its better to invest your two year now in good institute and enjoy the benefit for rest of your life rather than going for a course which wont pay you much and wont add any value to you or two your CV.
    Try to aim to 10 MBA college.
    These college will give you tremendous learning and also good placement.

    All the best

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