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    M.tech. or MBA for jobs in computer sector?

    M.tech OR MBA ,which PG Degree in best for Computer Netwoking Engineer's in Future for Carrier Growth [ Like TL & IT Manager]please guide me for the same.



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    Re: M.tech. or MBA for jobs in computer sector?

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    Hi,

    See,it entirely depends upon your interest.
    If you think that 4 years of B.Tech in CSE have made you a fan of Computers,then you should go for M.Tech.
    You can do M.Tech in Networking or Website Designing.

    But if 4 years were more than enough for you,then you can try your hand at MBA.
    But make sure that you have interest in management.
    MBA is not so easy to do.
    You have to work hard to get into a good MBA college.
    So start preparing for it form now!

    If you do something with full interest and enthusiasm,then it is bound that you will succeed in that!

    Bye!


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    Re: M.tech. or MBA for jobs in computer sector?

    According to me, M.tech is better is Computer Netwoking Engineers future as it covers technical part and also you can devote your training period of M.Tech in getting training of various networking courses such as CCNA or CCNP...

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