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    MBA specialization suited for Mechanical Construction field engineering? Is experience sufficient to get good seat in B schools?

    Sir, I have completed my btech(mechanical) on 2009and is currently employed in a PSU handling petroleum piping. Got an experience of more than 2.5 years in this field.i am interested in doing MBA.Can u please give me details of MBA specialisation options available for me in construction (mechanical)field.and also I being interested to do finance (like for switching career)I would like to know whether the experience in my field is sufficient to win me a seat in leading bschools and also will it be helpful in getting a good placement.



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    Re: MBA specialization suited for Mechanical Construction field engineering? Is experience sufficient to get good seat in B schools?

    friend why you are going into management field.you are from world's evergreen branch i e mechanical engineering.it is one of the best branch covering almost every concept which is useful in our daily life.if you are not getting enough money then change your company but do not change your field.you will be new in that field that's why you will face a lot of problems in starting.instead of mba you should think about M.TECH from iits/iisc banglore. you have 2.5 years experiance so ask your company head about sponsorship.if your company will sned you to do m.tech then you will be get a seat in iit bombay/madras to fulfill your dream.you will not be able to get a seat in iims but you will get a seat in iits for m.tech.rest all depend on you.

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    Re: MBA specialization suited for Mechanical Construction field engineering? Is experience sufficient to get good seat in B schools?

    Hi Dear Guest,

    I have understood your query, but also have few questions in mind, can you spare for a full time course leaving the present job?
    or you want to do any course by being in the present job? Do you have any particular interest about any specialisation or as per
    your future prospects?

    Further, to join any good B-School you need to appear for either CAT or GMAT and also some good b-schools are having their own
    entrance test. So first plan as how much time you can spare for enriching your career.

    Also I would suggest you to take up any specialisation or sectoral MBA like :-

    MBA (Oil & Petroleum)
    MBA (Project Management)
    MBA (Material Management)
    MBA (Operations)

    I think the above specialisations will perfectly suit your profile and also work experience, which is also moderate. I have also one
    more option for you to do management programs through virtual class room learning method imparted by IIMs. And the education
    provider is NIIT - IMPERIA, with these programs you no need to leave the present job and also can attend the weekend and
    annual contact program in the IIMs, with IIM-Alumni status after successful completion of the course. Please do google the matter
    though internet.

    So plan accordingly, best of luck..

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    Hello,

    I am glad to hear that you have an experience of 2.5 years after completing your B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. Yes, Experience will be helpful to you in your approaches towards pursuing your MBA course. yes, There are specialization available that you can move ahead with based on your choice and interest and it will be more helpful to your to make your future ahead in your life. There are specialization like MBA in Systems or MBA in Operations which are of useful to you as per your branch of Engineering is suggesting. It is up to you to decide the fate of your career based on your interest and passion in your career. I give you the detailed view of specialization that you can move ahead with it . Here is the list of specialization that you can go for :


    List Of MBA Specializations:


    -Marketing Management
    -Logistics Management
    -International Business Management
    -Retail Management
    -Finance Management
    -Banking Management
    -Systems Management
    -IT Management
    -Pharmaceutical Management
    -Hospital Management
    -Textile Management
    -Petroleum Management
    -Entertainment Management,
    -Fashion Technology Management,
    -Media Management,
    -Supply chain Management etc.

    These are the specialization that you can explore to pursue your MBA course. There are useful factors before like your work experience that you are going to help you a lot in you life ahead for the betterment of your career. It is my humble advice that you should have some experience required for you to move ahead with your MBA course. Yes, Experience is sufficient for MBA to get good seat in B-School

    Regards,

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    Re: MBA specialization suited for Mechanical Construction field engineering? Is experience sufficient to get good seat in B schools?



    MBA specializations for mechanical field.........



    MBA- masters in business administration.....

    it is a management course and it is a master degree. it is 2 years course.
    it has many scopes. it will add value in carrier. most of the students prefer this course after graduation.
    as you have done B tech in mechanical field then you will get good job in many companies.
    there are lots of companies related to mechanical field. you will get job there.
    but if you want to do MBA further then it is good choice.
    but i think you should do M tech after B tech. it is more beneficial for you.

    there are many specializations in MBA some are given below
    MBA in engineering
    MBA in technology
    MBA in nano technology
    MBA in oil and mining
    MBA in finance
    MBA in HR
    MBA in education
    MBA in travel and tourism
    MBA in marketing

    so you can choose anyone of them. all are good courses and all have many values.
    after any you will get good job.
    but i think for the mechanical students MBA in engineering or technology are the best courses.
    both are good courses and also related to your field.

    for getting admission in MBA you have to give the entrance for the MBA.....
    some exams are given below:
    CAT
    MAT
    XAT
    HP-CMAT
    AMU
    ATMA
    MAH-CET
    SNAP
    and here i am giving you the syllabus for the MBA exam......
    - general aptitude
    - general knowledge
    - reasoning ability
    - marketing knowledge
    - general English
    so if you want to do MBA then it is good to do MBA from a reputed B school.
    and for getting a seat in reputed B school there is no need of work experience. you have to get good marks in entrance.
    after secured good marks in entrance you will get good and reputed B school.

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    Re: MBA specialization suited for Mechanical Construction field engineering? Is experience sufficient to get good seat in B schools?

    I completed my btech. Mechanical. I m goin for MBA production management.in . B school @ Coimbatore. He is the scope for production management

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