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    MCA or MBA after B.Tech.?

    Sir/ madam
    I m in final year giving exam of b.a programme in June I will
    Have complete my graduation and side by side I m persuing
    Software engineering(GNIIT course) from niit I don't have much
    Knowledge of software what should I have to do MBA or MCA

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    webadmin is offline Junior Member webadmin is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MCA or MBA after B.Tech.?

    Hi Dear ,
    It totally depends on your Interest but if you don't have much knowledge of software then you can go for MBA as it is totally management stream

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    harshverma77@yahoo.in is offline Junior Member harshverma77@yahoo.in is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MCA or MBA after B.Tech.?

    If you are not good at technical part, then obviously MBA is a good choice. Select institution for pursuing MBA carefully. You need to cross check the institutes on various background such as placement. faculty profile, industrial tie ups, curriculum and pedagogy etc.
    Some good institutes that i will suggest are-LPU, Amity or GNDU.

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    Arvind1 is offline Junior Member Arvind1 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MCA or MBA after B.Tech.?

    hello dear friend ,,
    both fields are reputed but different from each other .. the choice is totally depends on where you want to see yourself in the future as technical person or as a managerial guy.
    so according to me your base is technical best way to be on track and go with MCA.
    all the best

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    aashisranjan784 is offline Junior Member aashisranjan784 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: MCA or MBA after B.Tech.?

    Dear Friend

    Both the streams are equally good and it totally depends upon your interest that in which stream you want to make your career.

    As you are pursuing software engineering ,it would be better if you go for the Master of computer applications rather than Master of business administration.

    MBA is totally different from the MCA ,so you face a little bit difficulty .

    So I would suggest you to go for the MCA .

    All the best

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