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    MBA or CS after graduation?

    Hellow frnds ..
    I am really confused between doing mba or cs ....for mba i need to spend nearly 14 lakhs and get a salary of 40,000 starting ,where if i go cs i need to spend around 25000 only and nearly get same salary ...the only matter is about a one year(incase i complete all groups in first attempt )....so which one i should prefer ?..i have completed my graduation ..so thiniking which one to go ?
    I am desprete for higher salary

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    Re: MBA or CS after graduation?

    MBA is always a better option than CS course.
    CS is also a good course, but if you are able to secure admission in a very Good MBA college than you would always get a very good placement and also very good job profile.
    Students who spend 14 to 16 lakhs to do an MBA from good college also get the starting salary of around rs 8 to 10 lakhs per annum which is around 60 to 70 thousand per month.

    Also sucess depends on how you have studied the 2 years course , you personality and your knowledge and skill sets.
    If you want good long term career and higher salary go for MBA.

    But your aim should be to get into TOP colleges like IIM, XLRI, FMS, MDI Symbiosis etc.
    If you really study well, you can score well above 98 percentile marks in the CAT MBA written tests.

    So, go for MBA and start preparing for the BELOW MBA written tests:
    CAT- Forms would come out in July 2013
    Exam would be held in october 2013
    Questions will be asked from the Below Sections in CAT Exams:
    Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation;
    Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning

    XAT- Exam would be held in January 2014
    Forms would come out in August 2013
    Questions would be asked from the below sections in the XAT exams:
    Part A
    Quantitative Ability
    English Language
    Ability & Logical Reasoning
    Decision Making

    Part B
    Essay writing
    General Awareness

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