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    MBA or MCA or B.ed. after BCA?

    recently i have complted my bca wid 69.2% from ccs university meerut but now m confused wat to do ,mca or mba nd my financial condition is not good datz y m not able to do regular course.suggest me a gud distance learning college.....nd my parents force me to do b.ed so plz help me

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    MBA ROCKZZ is offline Junior Member MBA ROCKZZ is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA or MCA or B.ed. after BCA?

    Dear Friend,

    Its depend on your interest.

    Since , you have done with your BCA , if you want to continue in the same field you can go for MCA.

    MCA is the deepest course of your BCA.

    If you are interested towards commerce field, you can go for MBA where you have a bright future in short time..

    Otherwise if your passion is to become Teacher , then better to go for B.Ed.

    All The Best..

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    sai charan is offline Junior Member sai charan is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MBA or MCA or B.ed. after BCA?


    Your marks shows that you are a good student and career oriented as well. if you are not in financially sound position then i suggest you that skip the plan of doing MBA. MBA regular can cost you more then 5 lacs which is a big amount and if you go for a distance course then finding a job will be very difficult for you, As we already have many regular MBA students that are not getting jobs and in this case your i do not think that your distance learning will help you more.

    Now coming to B.ed then it is a good course which you can do in regular more with less amount of money. The whole fees will not cross more then 50000 so it can be a better choice for you. After that you can easily get jobs in any private school and you can earn your money back easily. B,ed also makes you eligible for Government teacher jobs and you can study hard and become a Govt. teacher and earn a handsome salary.

    At last the option that comes to you is MCA which is also good but the job market is not that good and also it will take 2 years to complete the course. One more thing that i want to highlight is that it is a technical course and you can't understand technical terms at home so distance MCA can not help you much.

    Hope it will help


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