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    What should i do MBA, MCA or M.Sc in IT after completing B.Sc in IT?

    so i am not able to take decision plz suggest me Sir. after completion of B.Sc(it) what should i do MBA, MCA or M.Sc(it). My s/w portion is not so strong so i am in confussion, if i will do MBA then it Will benifitier for me.



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    Re: What should i do MBA, MCA or M.Sc in IT after completing B.Sc in IT?

    Hello,

    There are various options available before you that you can explore after completion of your B.Sc in Information technology. As you also mentioned that you are not good at your programming then it will better to avoid the option of MCA where you will strongly require your technical skill to be laid down. Now, You are left with two options MBA and M.Sc in Information Technology. There are options available that will give you chance like in MBA you will have MBA in Information Technology to move ahead with. Now, It is in your hand to decide what are the options that you can explore based on your interest and passion. It is you who can decide the fate of your future. It is upto you to decide the fate of your future ahead in your life. YOu should consider the all possible option before you to take the decision of your life.

    It is you who can decide the which are the courses that you can take to move ahead with your course. It will be beneficial for you to move ahead with MBA and M.sc in IT as you are not good at your technical skills.

    Regards.

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    Re: What should i do MBA, MCA or M.Sc in IT after completing B.Sc in IT?

    Hello My Dear Aspirant,




    If You go for MCA Course then You will be having big threat with Engineering Candidates.Most of the Companies are giving more preference to the Engineering Candiadtes only than MCA Candidates because they have to pay huge packages for MCA Candidates as per Government Rules.So They are going for B.Tech Graduates at this kind of situations You will be having less chances for getting opportunities.If you go for M.Sc IT then you will be having less chance to get employment opportunities in top companies and you don't have chance to get opportunities with huge packages.you will get very less packages.


    MBA is the best choice to you after completing your graduation in B.Sc IT, If you do MBA then you will be having more scope to get good opportunities in your career in good companies with good packages and here you will be having chance to enter in directly senior level management and middle level management.


    If You want to get admissions in to MBA course then you have to qualify in entrance exams like CAT,MAT,GMAT,XAT,GET entrance tests, if you get more than 90 percentile then you will be having chance to get admission in to top business schools.


    Eligibility Criteria to apply for Above Entrance Examinations:


    You must be completed your graduation with 50% of marks from recognized university with any stream and if you are belonging to SC and ST candidates then 45% of marks are eligible.There is no age limit to apply for this entrance exams.

    You can go for MBA in IT Management Specialization. Once if you complete MBA in IT then you will be having chance to get opportunities in all the IT companies,but try to do good business schools,where you will be having chance to get opportunities in the campus itself.

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    Re: What should i do MBA, MCA or M.Sc in IT after completing B.Sc in IT?

    hi
    i am graduate in arts and my age is 32yrs which course is better for me msc.it,mca,mba plz suggest me

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