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    What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    Sir I have complete B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering So , After it i want to MBA . Please tell me What course to be best for me in MBA

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    Re: What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    MBA is a 2 year post graduate degree course .Students who have interest in the management field or want to run their own business like to pursue this course .It help them to develop the management skills and the business skills . Based on the area of interest a students can pursue a MBA course in any specialization of his choice .

    The various specialization which are very demanding in the market in MBA are ::

    Accounting Specialization
    Acquisition Specialization
    Management, Communication, and Quality Specialization
    Entrepreneurship
    Finance Specialization
    General Business Specialization
    Global Management
    Hospitality & Tourism
    Health Care Management Specialization
    Human Resource Management Specialization
    International Business
    Information Technology Management Specialization
    Marketing Specialization
    Project Management Specialization
    Public Administration
    Supply chain & Logistics
    Technology & Management

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    Re: What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    Hi, I have done my diploma in industrial electronics and working in MNC more than 11 yrs as maintenence engineer. which MBA course is suitable for me? please kindly suggest.

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    Re: What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    Hello Friend,

    As you have completed your graduation in B.Tech ECE, so you you can opt for MBA in Telecom Management or MBA in Telecommunication.
    It will be best for you as you will be able to apply all that you have learnt in B.Tech.

    Best wishes..

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    Re: What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    Hello ,

    Friend

    It feels good to me that you have done B.Tech in Electronics & communication engineering . M.B.A is a management degree of 2 years having 4 semesters .

    Here are the courses in M.B.A which you can go for :










    1.MARKETING.

    2. FINANCE.

    3. H.R

    4.INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS.

    5. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

    6. TRAVEL &TOURISM.

    7. HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT.

    8. AIRPORT MANAGEMENT.

    9. BANKING.

    10. ACCOUNTS MANAGEMENT


    You can choose any of these M.B.A courses .


    Thank you .

    MANAS .

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    Re: What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    What courses are best in MBA after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?

    After completing B.Tech in electronics and communication Engineering. I suggest you that you can do M.Tech in electronics and communication after completing B.Tech. If you have interest in M.Tech then you can go for this field. Otherwise MBA is also good course in the present life.


    It is very good and interesting course. MBA means master in business and administration. It is the two year course in India and one year course in foreign. In foreign it is one year course because students must require two year experience after completing their graduation. If you can spend good money in your education then you are easily able to do MBA in abroad. On the other side you also to do MBA in India here it is two year course. In India MBA is not too much expensive course. It is near about one lakh in this course if you get admission in good colleges.


    ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA:

    Students must have completed graduation with 50%marks for general category and 45%marks for SC/ST/OBC category. Final year students also eligible and diploma holders are not eligible. If you get admission in MBA then you must fulfill above eligibility conditions.



    SPECIALIZATION:

    There are so many specialization in MBA course. It is very wide course. It provides lots of opportunities to the students. There are many streams for the students to choose any one of them. Here I have mention some of the streams as follows:

    MBA in Information Systems / IT
    MBA in Accounting
    MBA in Health Care / Administration
    MBA in Telecommunications
    MBA in International Business
    MBA in Communication
    MBA in Media
    MBA in Operations Management
    MBA in e-Business/e-Commerce
    MBA in Nonprofit and Government Mgt.
    MBA in Leadership




    You can choose any one of them but here I suggest to you that it is good for you if you do their MBA course in communication and telecomm nation stream after completing B.Tech in electronics and communication.

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    what about HR and finance?

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    After finishing B.Tech in physical science and communication Engineering. I recommend you that you just will do M.Tech in physical science and communication once finishing B.Tech. If you've got interest in M.Tech then you'll select this field. Otherwise master's degree is additionally sensible course within the gift life. it's excellent and fascinating course. master's degree suggests that master in business and administration. it's the 2 year course in Republic of India and one year course in foreign. In foreign it's one year course as a result of students should need 2 year expertise once finishing their graduation. If pay sensible cash in your education then you're simply able to do master's degree in abroad. On the other side you furthermore might to try to master's degree in Republic of India here it's 2 year course. In Republic of India master's degree isn't an excessive amount of valuable course. it's close to regarding one large integer during this course if you get admission in sensible faculties.


    ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA:

    Students should have completed graduation with 50%marks for general class and 45%marks for SC/ST/OBC class. Final year students conjointly eligible and certificate holders don't seem to be eligible. If you get admission in master's degree then you need to fulfill higher than eligibility conditions.



    SPECIALIZATION:

    There square measure numerous specialization in master's degree course. it's terribly wide course. It provides uncountable opportunities to the scholars. There square measure several streams for the scholars to settle on anyone of them. Here I even have mention a number of the streams as follows:

    MBA in info Systems / IT
    MBA in Accounting
    MBA in Health Care / Administration
    MBA in Telecommunications
    MBA in International Business
    MBA in Communication
    MBA in Media
    MBA in Operations Management
    MBA in e-Business/e-Commerce
    MBA in non-profit-making and Government Mgt.
    MBA in Leadership




    You can opt for anyone of them however here I recommend to you that it's sensible for you if you are doing their master's degree course in communication and telecomm nation stream once finishing B.Tech in physical science and communication.

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