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    MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    Dear Sir,

    I have Complited My Graduatin In Bcom
    Than MCSE
    now i am Cunfussed what i do exactally
    MBA in IT or MCA or etc...
    please sugeest me ...

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    Sreeram is offline Senior Member Sreeram is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    Hello My Dear Aspirant,



    First I would like to know one thing,Why You are looking for MBA in IT or MCA i.e. In IT Side.As You are a B.Com Graduate You will be having more chances in MBA Finance.



    Most of the companies will give more preference to the candidates those who have done MBA Finance with B.Com Back Ground Because these people will be having more subject knowledge than them so You will be having more chance to get good opportunities if You go for MBA in Finance.Even You can find number of job in the open market also.For avoiding searching jobs in pout side, Better to do MBA From good business schools where You will be having more scope to get Number of good opportunities in the campus itself.Finance Management Specialization is the good for You.If go for This specialization then You can get opportunities in various finance companies.Currently There are plenty Of companies are recruiting Finance candidates.In Finance field,If You are unable to get opportunities in the campus then no need to worry You can get opportunities in the market also for getting good opportunities.Some of the companies which are recruiting Finance Candidates like;

    Cognizant Technology Solutions,
    Wipro,
    Infosys,
    TCS,
    IBM,
    ICICI Securities,
    India Bulls,
    India Infoline Securities,
    Data Monitor,
    Shore Infotech Ltd,
    Yell Adworks,
    Bajaj Capital Ltd,
    Broadridge Financial Solutions,
    Capital IQ,
    FactSet,
    Bank Of America,
    HDFC Bank,
    Axis Bank,
    HSBC Bank etc...


    I won't suggest IT to You because that is not yet all a Good decision.

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    Re: MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    Dear friend

    As you have done your graduation in commerce you should not go for MBA in IT or MCA because both fields are related to IT sector and it would be tough for you.

    Its better if you take up specialisations like finance Marketing or HR.

    Marketing management is in good demand and scope is very good.
    Marketing managers are needed in all organisation to promote the company and its features.

    Finance mangers are needed in all financial organisations like banks, insurance companies, trading firms stock exchanges, asset management firms etc.
    It has vast scope and it is the best subject for commerce graduates.

    HR management is good. All companies have HR for CRM, internal management, client relations. you need very good communication skills for being a HR.

    Good Luck

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    Re: MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    you should select other streams which is different from these two.both information technology and MCA related to software engineering which is new for you.you are from commerce background so there are a lot of good streams for you .some of them are-


    1 MBA in finance.

    2 MBA in insurance and risk management


    3 MBA in business administration

    4 MBA in business management

    5 MBA in international business.

    6 MBA in marketing

    7 MBA in sales and marketing.

    8 MBA in economics

    9 MBA in banking

    10 MBA in HR

    11 MBA in tourism

    12 MBA in hotel management.


    Here are some good colleges offering these MBA programs-


    1 All the Indian institute of managements

    2 all the seven old IITs(admission through JMET exam)

    3 Lovely professional university.

    4 Anna university

    5 Faculty of management studies,Delhi university.

    6 JMI Delhi

    7 SP Jain institute of management and research

    8 XLRI

    9 Indian business school,Hyderabad.

    10 National institute of agriculture extension management and research.
    best of luck.

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    Re: MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    Hello friend,

    I used to advice join MBA rather than MCA, for you also I suggest to take MBA as your career why because if you take MCA then you will have look for jobs related to IT field and as a programmer only.

    If you take MBA IT then you will get chance in IT field and also Management field such as administration department and manager cadre posts also. So you will have more growth in your career. So choose MBA IT as your best career. All the best

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    Re: MBA in IT or MCA or any other course after completing B.Com?

    Hey!
    Please some1 help me out! i have done my graduation in b.com having less score of 45% marks then i have done diploma course in multimedia, as per my multimedia course i got job as website designer/developer but now i am looking forward to study more. i am great confused that whether i study MBA in IT or MCA , if i be doing MCA then i should be good in maths but i am not good in maths. I am more looking for to do any such course which can help in my current job line.

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