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    For which program should i go for after completing B.Com honours with 42.63% in between MBA and Companies secretary?

    I Had completed my B. com ( Honours ) with 42.63 % this year .I wish to do MBA in Finance ,i have not given CAT or MAT exam .I have no idea and sometimes i think i should go for Companies Secretary .Please advice me which course i'll do MBA or Companies secretary.IT is possible for me to get admission in any institute ?

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    Re: For which program should i go for after completing B.Com honours with 42.63% in between MBA and Companies secretary?

    hi..as you have 42.63% in your graduation which is an very poor marks and there is no chance that you can write the cat examination because the minimum marks required to write the cat examination is 50% if you are general category student and 45% of you belong to the sc/st category student hence you can see that even if you are an sc/st category student then also you are not eligible to write the cat examination ,you can check this from the following link
    http://www.catiim.in/cat_eligibility.html

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    s far as the management aptitude test is concerned then you are eligible to write this test just on the basis of your graduation as there is no minimum marks to apply for this examination ,so its the only option for you if you are interested in doing an masters course in business administration ,
    you can have all the information about the management aptitude test which is conducted by the all India management association from the following link

    http://www.aima-ind.org/matfeb12/mat_general.htm m
    but my serious advice for you would be that as your percentage is very low in the graduation from that one can understand that you are an very poor student ,so doing an master of business administration course would not be an good idea for you because you may not be even able to pass the course and complete because its an very tough course and people like you can not cope with it ,so it would be better if you so an job for some years and then try do an master of business administration course because then you would be at least in better frame of mind to understand the various tings thought in an master of business administration course because of your job experience and practical knowledge and also you would be paid an very good salary even though you would be doing your masters course in business administration from an third tier MBA colleges where not many good companies come for campus recruitment's because of lack of talent and proper knowledge in students of these colleges
    also you can get all the information about the company secretary post from the following link
    http://www.icsi.edu/webmodules/stude...r%20Course.pdf

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    Re: For which program should i go for after completing B.Com honours with 42.63% in between MBA and Companies secretary?

    To be eligible for any mba entrance exams one should have passed the graduation or the Bachelor degree with minimum 50% of the marks(45% for the SC/ST candidates) and from the recognized university.you have very low percentage in graduation so you cant write any of mba exam.my opinion is that foot in for mba. . You have see about the company secretary. I . Good luck :-

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