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    Is MBA correspondence a good option? Is it beneficial for an Electrical and Electronics engineer to do MBA through correspondence?

    Is mba correspondence a good option? I am an enginnering graduate in electrical and electronics . i am currently working for bata india. i have experience of just 1year , is it beneficial for me to take mba through correspondence. and please suggest a specilisation in mba which would be benificial?

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    Rekha is offline Junior Member Rekha is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is MBA correspondence a good option? Is it beneficial for an Electrical and Electronics engineer to do MBA through correspondence?

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    A full-time MBA is recommended over a distance learning MBA. If you can leave your current job & join an MBA course it is great. If not, then part-time MBA (where you need to attend to evening classes) is preferred. And, if it not possible for you to manage both,job & classes, then you can think of opting for distance learning. I suggest that you do your job for one more year & gain an experience of total 2 years minimum so it will be an advantage for you in any case. Regarding a specialisation to choose then it entirely depends upon your area of interest (as in which field you would like to pursue your career). For your reference, these are some of the specialisations being offered in MBA; Finance,HR,Marketing,Entrepreneurship,Internationa l Business,Operations,Systems,Pharma,Healthcare,MIS, Communications.

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    Re: Is MBA correspondence a good option? Is it beneficial for an Electrical and Electronics engineer to do MBA through correspondence?

    Dear friend,

    MBA through correspondence is good for those people who are already working some where and cant leave their job and just need a degree or they cant afford the fee of the college to do full time MBA. If such conditions are not with you then I would suggest you to go for full time MBA and gain proper knowlege.

    But if you have decided to go for MBA correspondence course, search a good job, gain experience, have MBA degree. and then if you will go for any interview definitely your experience will count.

    If you have two or more years of work experience, you can go for Executive MBA for one year from any University like NIBM, Punjab Technical University etc.

    Good Luck
    Asma

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    Re: Is MBA correspondence a good option? Is it beneficial for an Electrical and Electronics engineer to do MBA through correspondence?

    Hello,
    First of all let me tell you that your question is very interesting. Yes not only distance MBA is helpful for your career, but also it saves your time on a bigger scale. Today getting a job, specially in IT world has become so competitive, that if one person gets a job, he/she can't afford to lose it, join a full time MBA course, pass out after 2 years and then again chase for a job. Its a more intelligent thing to continue the study along with the job. This degree is a valuable one and equally valuable when compared to that of a regular course. So don't worry much and go for correspondence MBA.

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