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    MBA or CA or Bank PO after B.Com.?

    sir i have appeared for IPCC group-1. but im not sure whether i willl be able to clear it this time......i am in abu dhabi but i will remain here for 2 years only. then i will go to india. now this year in may i will complete my b.com (pass). now i am in a problem to what to do next..whether i shoul reamin in C.A line or should i do MBA with some good college. or should i appear for bank exam!! please help me what course should i choose! and from where?



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    Re: MBA or CA or Bank PO after B.Com.?

    I would suggest that after completion of your Graduation, you can prepare for the BANK PO exams as well as the MBA exams.
    MBA should always be done from good collgeges.
    And to get admission in any Good college you have to score very well in the written test and than do exceptiionally well in the Gd and Personal interview/

    You should preapre for the MBA written tests like:
    CAT
    XAT
    SNAP
    MAT

    Eligibilty for CAT and SNAP is Graduation pass with minimum 50% marks
    Eligibilty for MAT and XAT is Graduation pass

    Eligibilty for the BANK PO exams is:
    Graduation Pass with Minimum 60% marks
    Age should be between 21 and 30 years
    OBC gets 3 years and SC/ST gets 5 years age relaxations

    Questions will be asked from the below sections in the BANK PO Exams:
    Quantitative Aptitude
    Reasoning
    General Awareness with special reference to Banking Industry
    Computer Knowledge
    English Language
    Descriptive Paper on English Composition

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    Re: MBA or CA or Bank PO after B.Com.?

    after working in Public Bank as PO for 2-3 yrs, which MBA field will be better and helpful in future if i wann to do MBA ????

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