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    Is it possible to do MBA course in India after not completing MA in English?

    Respected Sir,
    I have completed my degree course in English and began to do MA in English, but now I am not interested to continue that. Now I would like to study MBA in Kerala (priority) or any where in India. Is their any possibility? I am in my 30's, in this case what I have to do, please help me as early as possible.

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    Re: Is it possible to do MBA course in India after not completing MA in English?

    Dear pal,
    • The eligibility for applying for the MBA is bachelor degree in any discipline. Bachelor degree is enough for applying you do not require masters.
    • So you can apply for but do not discontinue the course. Join MBA after the completion of MA
    • with MA you can apply for jobs available in various institution . Doing MBA will widen your job options.
    • Having not familiar with business administration you to do good preparation or else you will not be able to crack the exam. So either you can approach coaching centre or get the help of any book.
    • Many disciplines are available in MBA you can choose anyone . Not all courses are available in a college. So make sure that the course is available in the college that you are prefering to join.

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    Re: Is it possible to do MBA course in India after not completing MA in English?

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    Respected Sir,
    I have completed my degree course in English and began to do MA in English, but now I am not interested to continue that. Now I would like to study MBA in Kerala (priority) or any where in India. Is their any possibility? I am in my 30's, in this case what I have to do, please help me as early as possible.

    Hi



    If you want to do MBA and wish to give up your MA English then there is no problem. You can surely do it without any restrictions.

    Hereby I am giving you all the information that you need to take up MBA.


    Introduction to MBA :-

    MBA stands for the Master's in Business Administration. This course is a full time Post graduation program which is of duration 2 years. It is basically aimed at producing market professionals in the stream you choose.


    Eligibility Criteria :-

    1. You should be a minimum graduate in ANY stream from a recognized college or university. There is no need of any minimum marks, but however they matter in the merit list decisions and also later on selections.

    2. You should be a clear pass in all the subjects of your graduation. If you are having any backs, please clear them before you can apply for the MBA.

    3. There are no age limits as such, so any person can apply anytime.


    Top Colleges :-

    The top colleges B-School chain in India is of the India Institute of Management also broadly known as the IIM's. The Entrance Exam which needs to be attempted and cleared for the selection in the IIM's is the CAT.

    CAT - Common Admission Test.

    This test if based on the Aptitude and English. The competition is very high so gear yourself up if you want to take your chance in it.


    Other colleges and exams :-

    XLRI, FMS, and other B-Schools are also very good in India and some other entrance exams are namely XAT, MAT, GMAT, SNAP, JIMS, JAMIA, XLRI, AIMA, etc..

    So you can make your choice in whatever stream you want to go from HR, Finance, Sales and Marketing, International Business, Hotel Management, Retail, etc..

    Hope this helps

    All the best

    Regards
    RANJEET

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