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    Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    What should one do after B.Sc-I.T? Is MBA in IT a good option? What is the difference between MBA in SYstems and MBA in Operations? Which is better to do?

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    Re: Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

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    Yes, MBA IT is the best choice to you after completing your graduation in B.Sc IT, If you do MBA then you will be having more scope to get good opportunities in your career in good companies with good packages, and here you will be having chance to enter in directly senior level management and middle level management.To apply for above entrance tests you must be completed your graduation with 50% of marks from recognized university with any stream and if you are belonging to SC and ST candidates then 45% of marks are eligible.There is no age limit to apply for this entrance exams.If you want to get admissions in to MBA course then you have to qualify in entrance exams like CAT,MAT,GMAT,XAT,GET entrance tests, if you get more than 90 percentile then you will be having chance to get admission in to top business schools.Once if you complete MBA in IT then you will be having chance to get opportunities in all the IT companies,but try to do good business schools,where you will be having chance to get opportunities in the campus itself.if you come out from the institute then it will be tough to get opportunities.


    MBA in System Management is the best choice to you than operation management.If you go for operations management then you will be having very less scope to get good opportunities.Operations management will be more helpful for the candidates who have done engineering course.So it is better to go for System Management or IT management for getting good opportunities with good packages in the top companies.

    Top Business schools in India;

    1.Indian institute of management-Ahmadabad
    2.Indian institute of management-Luck now
    3.Indian institute of management-Kolkata
    4.Indian institute of management-Bangalore
    5.Indian school of Business-Hyderabad
    6.XLRI
    7.Faculty management studies
    8.Indian institute of management-Ghaziabad
    9.SP Jain institute of management
    10.Indian institute of management-Indore

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    Re: Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    Hello,

    There are various options before you that you can explore to get good opportunities in your life. As you have completed your BSc in IT, then MBA in Information Technology is the better option for you to pursue your MBA course. You are an eligible candidate to pursue your MBA as you have completed your graduation. There is no age limit for the entrance exams which are being conducted for the admission in MBA courses. There are exams like CAT, XAT , SNAP , MAT etc.which will give you a roadmap to your future goal of your life.

    MBA in Systems is preferred mostly by Engineers. Because it consists of Engineering principles of various systems in the world. It will be bit tricky subject for you to pursue. And you have completed your Graduation in IT field. Therefore, it will be better if you go for MBA in IT or MBA in Operation Management. These are the options that you can explore in MBA field.

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    Hi


    1. B.A - Bachelor in Arts :

    This is the graduation course and it is basically for the Arts streamed people. However Science and Commerce students can also take this up right after 12th.
    Some of the major areas of Specialization are : B.A Honours, English Honours, Sanskrit Honours, History Honours, Psychology Honours, etc and many more.

    Some of the best universities are : Delhi University, Mumbai University, University of Kolkata, Lucknow University and many more...


    2. M.B.A - Master's in Business Administration : This is a post graduation course, and it is master's course. Most people opt it to get a job in MNC with a high salary. Any graduate may take up this course.

    Major Areas of Specialization : MBA - Finance, HR, Marketing, Retail Management, Information Technology and many more...
    Some of the best colleges for MBA are : IIM's, SRM, Amity, IIPM, etc...


    3. C.A - Chartered Accountant. As the name suggest this job is totally related to accountancy and how good a person can be in it.This is a post graduation course, and mostly taken up by students who have Commerce background in 12th. However even Science streamed people can take it up.

    There are no such areas of specialization. This is a single course, and one of the toughest courses in India to get and study.


    4. B.Sc - Bachelor of Science . This course is a normal graduation course which can be taken up by only Science stream students. Some of the areas of specialization are : Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology etc...

    Some of the best Universities are : Delhi University, Mumbai University, University of Kolkata, Lucknow University and many more...

    So now you may choose whichever suits you the best.

    Hope this helps.

    All the best.



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    Re: Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    which is best bsc or bscit

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    Hi Guys,I have done by BE (ETRX) n now planning for MBA in US...right now confused whether to opt for MBA in Systems or MBA in Operations..Please help..
    Let me know in regards to:-
    1) Difference in Subjects
    2) Jobs Offered
    3) Return on Investment

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    Is thakur colege good for Mba
    as m in ty of bsc.it

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    Re: Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    HI,

    Although, if you define Information system & information technology it may differ, (IS is a wider term used to create, store, manipulate information & IT, which is a tool to creat systems, forms a part of IS), but if you look at MBA degree program it would be used at a relatively same level that is it would be considered as a degree in Information technology, some B-Schools will call it MBA IT & Some MBA IS. So, I would suggest that you should check the curriculum before enrolling into a program and based on your interests & career aspirations choose the program.


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    Re: Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    Is MBA in IT a good option after BSc-IT? What is the difference between MBA in system and MBA in operations?

    Yes, Master in Business Administration it's the most effective option to you when finishing your graduation in B.Sc IT, If you are doing Master in Business Administration then you may be having additional scope to induce sensible opportunities in your career in sensible corporations with sensible packages, and here you may be having probability to enter in directly senior level management and middle level management.To apply for on top of entrance tests you need to be completed your graduation with five hundredth of marks from recognized university with any stream and if square measure happiness to SC and ST candidates then forty fifth of marks are eligible.

    There is no ordinance to use for this entrance exams.If you would like to induce admissions in to Master in Business Administration course then you have got to qualify in entrance exams like CAT,MAT,GMAT,XAT,GET entrance tests, if you get over ninety grade then you may be having probability to induce admission in to prime business faculties.Once if you complete Master in Business Administration in IT then you may be having probability to induce opportunities all told the IT corporations,but attempt to help business faculties,where you may be having probability to induce opportunities within the field itself.if you take off from the institute then it'll be powerful to induce opportunities.


    Master in Business Administration in System Management is that the best option to you than operation management.If you select operations management then you may be having terribly less scope to induce sensible opportunities.Operations management are additional useful for the candidates United Nations agency have done engineering course.So it's higher to travel for System Management or IT management for obtaining sensible opportunities with sensible packages within the prime corporations.

    There square measure varied choices before you that you simply will explore to induce sensible opportunities in your life. As you have got completed your BSc in IT, then Master in Business Administration in info Technology is that the higher possibility for you to pursue your Master in Business Administration course. you're associate eligible candidate to pursue your Master in Business Administration as you have got completed your graduation. there's no ordinance for the doorway exams that square measure being conducted for the admission in Master in Business Administration courses. There square measure exams like CAT, XAT , SNAP , MAT etc.which will offer you a road map to your future goal of your life.

    Master in Business Administration in Systems is most popular largely by Engineers. as a result of it consists of Engineering principles of varied systems within the world. it'll be bit difficult subject for you to pursue. And you have got completed your Graduation in IT field. Therefore, it'll be higher if you select Master in Business Administration in IT or Master in Business Administration operating Management. These square measure the choices that you simply will explore in Master in Business Administration field.

    Although, if you outline data system & info technology it's going to dissent, (IS could be a wider term accustomed produce, store, manipulate info & IT, that could be a tool to creat systems, forms a neighborhood of IS), however if you cross-check Master in Business Administration program it might be used at a comparatively same level that's it might be thought of as a degree in info technology, some B-Schools can decision it Master in Business Administration IT & Some Master in Business Administration IS. So, i'd recommend that you simply ought to check the program before enrolling into a program and supported your interests & career aspirations select the program.

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