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    What courses can i do in part time after B.E and working as software trainee? Is it good option to do MBA?


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    sivajibuddy is offline Junior Member sivajibuddy is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What courses can i do in part time after B.E and working as software trainee? Is it good option to do MBA?

    After B.E , there are many courses you can pursue side by side but all depends on your interest and career goals.

    Some of the courses that can be pursued by working professionals are-

    > Certifications in SAP, MCSE,CCNA, Ethical Hacking etc
    > Distance MCA
    > MS course in Software Development and many other discipline for working professionals offered by BITS,Pilani
    > Charterd Accountancy , Cost Management Accountancy , CFA, Company Secretaryship
    > Certifications in Shares & stocks, Financial engg.
    > Part time M.Tech/M.E (personally I dislike this course)

    MBA is also a very good option after Bachelors in Engineering.

    There is a huge demand for candidates with engineering background in the core MBA specializations like Finance,Marketing,HR,Operations etc.The earning potential is also very high and immense potential for growth.

    To give you a good news , the work experience you are gathering will give you an edge over Freshers when applying for MBA.

    Eligibility criteria for MBA entrance exam-

    1. The minimum eligibility criteria for admission to MBA is at least a 3-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU)/ All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) as eligible for Post-Graduate Studies in Management.

    2. The candidates applying must hold a bachelor's Degree with a minimum percentage of 50%( 45% in case of SC/ST/People with disabilities).

    3. Candidates who are in the final year of their bachelor's course or equivalent or those awaiting results of their graduation exam may also apply.However you must provide a certificate from the Principal/Head of the Department/Registrar/Director of the university/institution certifying that the candidate is currently in the final year / is awaiting final results and has obtained at least 50% marks or equivalent (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD category).

    4. Students with pending Backlogs are not eligible and should not apply.

    Admission - Admission is through CAT,MAT,XAT, GMAT, JMET ,SNAP Exam followed by GD & PI.

    Good Luck.

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    nemat is offline Senior Member nemat is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What courses can i do in part time after B.E and working as software trainee? Is it good option to do MBA?

    Dear friends,

    After part time Bachelor of Engineering and working in Software trainee,Better option for you to go for
    MBA,Because after MBA there are various types of jobs opportunity available in Each and Every sector
    and you future will be secured,After MBA lots of company recuited MBA candidates on fat salary,That
    why first of all you are qualifying MBA written examination,In India there lots MBA examination conduct
    in every years likes.....................

    CAT-Common apptituude Test

    MAT-AIMA Management Aptitude Test

    NMAT- NMIMS NMAT MBA Entrance Exam

    GMAT-Graduate Management Aptitude Test

    IBSAT-ICFAI Business School Aptitude Test

    XIMB-Xavier Institute of Management MBA Entrance Exam

    XAT-XLRI Xavier Aptitude Test

    SNAP-Symbiosis National Aptitude Test

    AMU MBA-Aligarh Muslim University MBA Entrance Exam

    APIM Exam-Asia Pacific Institute of Management MBA Entrance Exam etc

    If you have qualified in those examination then you have to opportunity for get admission in top MBA collages in India ,So dear just takes any Entrance examination as per interast and preparation,

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