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    Possibility to join MBA courses after 10th?

    hi
    I cleared 10 class. and i love business very much. i donot want to waste my precious life.
    so i want that i do mba now. i am full confident that i can do it.i donot want to waste 6 yrs of my life. i know that i am very hardworking. so can i do mba?



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    Re: Possibility to join MBA courses after 10th?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hi
    I cleared 10 class. and i love business very much. i donot want to waste my precious life.
    so i want that i do mba now. i am full confident that i can do it.i donot want to waste 6 yrs of my life. i know that i am very hardworking. so can i do mba?
    Hi,

    your thought is well your current educational qualification not possible for MBA. I suggest you finish higher studies.

    Eligibility Criteria:

    >>>The applicant should get admission in MBA in state level require to have a bachelor degree with minimum 50% marks from any recognized university & college.


    >>>The applicant should take National level test are require to have minimum 50-60% marks in his bachelor degree from any recognized university & college.


    No special criteria require except that. A candidate who belongs from reserve category may get 5% marks rebate to get admission.

    If you choose distance education well you continue your studies in IGNOU is good decision.


    Indira Gandhi National Open university is the India's Largest university and Top ranked university with 1.4 million students and Almost all the students first give their preference to this institute to pursue any course.

    The fee structure will be between 10,000 to 21,5000 rupees, In Indira Gandhi National open university fee structure will be 21,500 rupees.

    In distance course you have to choose one of the subject as a major subject, before that you should whether you suits or not for that course then you can go for that specialization.

    In distance MBA course, you no need to attend for regular classes and mostly in some universities you have to attend for classes on Sundays and in some other universities you no need to attend any classes.you can directly attend the exam

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    Re: Possibility to join MBA courses after 10th?

    It is good to see your highly willingness towards the MBA course.Dear aspirant MBA Master in business Administration is the master's degree course which is done after completing the graduation in any field.In order to the MBA you must be graduate in any stream with minimum 50% marks in your aggregate.



    As you are telling that you have completed your 10th recently.Dear aspirant you are not fulfilling the eligibility criteria of the MBA course.You can not do the MBA course now.


    We are not making any eligibility criteria here.The higher authority makes all these rules and regulations.They make it after a deep evaluation.Aspirant who wish to master degree course in business and administration has to be fit mentally and physically.They must be mature such that they can complete the task of this course.



    All these requirements comes after a suitable graduation course.As you are telling that you are interested in the business and administration world, so you can read the books related to development, business, entrepreneurship etc.After successfully completion of your bachelor degree you will be eligible for the MBA course.


    Since you are internally self interested towards the management course.So there is no doubt that you can do good.Definitely you will get good success in future go ahead.


    !! Good Luck !!



    Regards,
    JSD

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