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    MBA or MCA after Diploma?

    Dear Sir,

    I want to know wht is the process of MCA Course. How many subject shall we have to clear. Please guide me some more information about MCA Caurse. I have completed my graduation last year. Now i m not able to take decision. What should i do now. Some people are saying MCA will be better for future and some are saying MBA will be right decision for future. I will be very greatful to you. If you can saggest me about MCA course. I also done one year computer appreciation diploma from Hartron & one year diploma course from Industrial training institute from hissar.

    Thanks & Regards
    Jogender Singh
    Gurgaon (Haryana)

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    Re: MBA or MCA after Diploma?

    Hello dear

    Both the jobs are good and we have lot job prospects both for MBA and for the MCA but the thing first of all you should know completely about the those courses and check whether you are interested in doing that or not.first of all i Will tell about the complete details of both the courses and later on i will tell which will suits for you the most.

    MBA:
    master of business administration.This is a 2year pro-gramme and it require skills such as communication,administrative, managerial,social,team work,leadership,risk management etc.For taking this course we have to write the entrance test.The candidates who had completed their graduation with an aggregate of 50% and for the students who are under lower categories for them it is 45%.They can be from any university or college and they can take any stream of their choice in their graduation. Even final year students can also participate in this entrance test.The age limit for this entrance test is above 20 years of age.They are so many entrance test for this exam .They are:CAT,MAT,XAT,TISS,TANCET,ATMA,JFET MH-CET,MICA,SNAP etc.And for the preparation of this exam we have to prepare topics such as quantitative aptitude,verbal ability,logical reasoning,english based comprehension etc .After writing the exam we have to prepare for the group discussion and personal interview also.


    There are more jo opportunities for this both in india as well as in abroad.Usually the salaries may be high It will be 30000 to 50000 after completion of your graduation in the colleges if you have done your MBA after completion of your graduation by writing the above tests then if you get good seat then you can get seat in Top Bschool such as IIM's.And the salaries for this usually be in lakhs

    MCA:
    master of computer applications.for doing this course we have to complete our graduation as like in MBA but there is no limit of aggregate we can get.Any type of percentage is accepted but mostly it should be above 50% aggregate means it looks better.It contains the topics such as c,c++,java,operation system,web technologies,unix,networks,database management ,data structures etc which are related to the coding,programming skills etc.Here also we get lot of opportunities if you are talented and the institution in which you came is good.It also has the salary same as when compared to the MBA as i listed mostly the companies such as TCS,Microsoft,infosys,wipro,oracle,amazon etc.


    So finally what i want to say is both are good courses only but when compared MBA is having the lot of scope when compared to the MCA so if you think that you have skills to do that course and if you are interested in doing it then proceed that course and if you are interested in doing programming skills and you dont have any type of management and leadership skills then instead of taking MCA choose MCA and get grip over the subject then definitely you will achieve success in it.

    Best of luck..............



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