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    Why to do MBA after engineering?

    1.why MBA after engineering ?
    2.i need details about HR department

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    hello, MBA is important after your engineering;

    1.to get good packages
    2.to get good positions
    3.you will be placed in top level and middle level management

    but through engineering, you will be placed in entry level only.

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    companies prefer a person who has engineering + MBA degree. because that person has both technical as weel as management skill.and also you will get a nice package .

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    hello friend,
    Yes you are eligible for MBA course.
    MBA stands for Master of Business Administration.It is a good scope course.
    It is a 2years course.
    **Already you are a Technical Person,MBA gives you a Experienced Business Knowledge and Good business Ideas.
    **It adds Value to your career.
    **After completing MBA,your placements are very good in many departments.
    **Also you good very good salary packages.

    Best streams for Engineering:-
    MBA in marketing
    MBA in finance
    MBA in engineering
    MBA in education
    MBA in HR
    MBA in IT
    MBA in consultancy
    MBA in Corporate
    MBA in operations
    MBA in productions
    MBA in systems
    MBA in petroleum
    MBA in oil and gas

    prepare well for MBA entrance exams and choose good Institution like IIM..............
    all the best

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    if you are doing MBA after engineering.......its simply wastage of one year.....because you can pursue MBA even after completing any 3 year graduation course....on other side engg. is secure carrier......
    for HR try FOR XLRI and TISS they are the best institutes for HR

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    hello friend,
    Yes you are eligible for MBA course.
    MBA stands for Master of Business Administration.It is a good scope course.
    It is a 2years course.
    **Already you are a Technical Person,MBA gives you a Experienced Business Knowledge and Good business Ideas.
    **It adds Value to your career.
    **After completing MBA,your placements are very good in many departments.
    **Also you good very good salary packages.

    Best streams for Engineering:-
    MBA in marketing
    MBA in finance
    MBA in engineering
    MBA in education
    MBA in HR
    MBA in IT
    MBA in consultancy
    MBA in Corporate
    MBA in operations
    MBA in productions
    MBA in systems
    MBA in petroleum
    MBA in oil and gas

    prepare well for MBA entrance exams and choose good Institution like IIM..............
    all the best

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    hi..there is no compulsion that one should do an mbs degree after the completion of the engineering course and technically speaking in fact the choice of an mba degree is not an very good choice after the engineering because if you do an mba then the things that you have studies in your graduation for engineering for the last four years would not be in any use and that knowledge will go waste .so if one is interested in doing an mba course then the best option wild be to do an graduation from some other field which is an three years course and then prepare for the cat examination and do an mba course ,if you go for an mba course after the completion of your engineering then there also you are wasting one more extra years when compared to candidates from some other branches of study because they are completing there graduation in three years itself ,
    but even then many of the engineering graduates opt for an mba degree because of the very simple fact that the mba graduates are paid more than any other professional people ,and also they do get the management jobs and engineer student how ever well they perform they will always work under an mba graduate only who sit an an managers even without knowing the real fact that what is happening in the real sense in the technical terms ,this is one of the major reasons why the engineering graduates opt for the mba degree also after completing there engineering .
    as far as the human resource department is concerned its the service provider department of any organisation, there primary job is to look after the welfare of the employees and also arranging for recruitment and providing training and incentives on time etc ,

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    lots of comapnies prefers the student having B.E+ MBA degree ...because student have technical as well as management knowledge....

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

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    1.why MBA after engineering ?
    2.i need details about HR department
    Importance of MBA after completion of B.Tech

    An MBA after engineering is a much sought-after option for pursuing post-graduation. But what relevance does an MBA have to the highly technical skills of a professional engineer, and is there a need for engineers to pursue MBA?
    If you have an engineering degree, an MBA gives you more exposure to business-related topics you didn't come across in engineering studies. A select few do opt for specialisation in engineering but others want wider roles with higher packages and a broader spectrum which an engineering plus MBA offers.
    Learning how to solve different business problems and understanding marketing issues and management related issues are some key skills an MBA degree can teach you and help you to land senior management positions. Having already obtained a technical degree, an MBA completes your education in the wider areas of management that usually include subjects such as finance, marketing, human resource management, organisational behavior, and management strategy.
    This is also important because the role of the engineer is changing; within an industry, an engineer is likely to be a manager who has to implement new practices and new technology. Thus the engineer often becomes the primary manager of change within the modern organisation, which again requires specific skills and learning.
    If an engineer wants to stay strictly within the realms of engineering, it might not be as important to get an MBA but if you want to advance and climb up the ladder, an MBA would serve to be handy and useful.
    All MBA programs require the student to undertake a major project that is written up as a dissertation. This usually incorporates many of the modules taught in the course. Engineers can relate engineering aspects of a company with some or all of these taught modules. One example may be looking at the supply chain for particular products in the company, or a marketing strategy for the development and launch of a new product.
    The engineering MBA graduate is hence well-versed in management knowledge, skills and techniques, as well as their technical engineering abilities. Having an MBA gives them confidence to apply these skills to develop 'strategies for growth' of their employing companies, making them indispensable and sought after. In the future, they will be among those who set the rules and have conversations about what should and shouldn't be done in the way an organisation is structured and managed.

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    Hi friend..

    You can MBA after B.Tech so that you will have extra advantage that technical and the management knowledge to do in MNC's.

    Coming to the HR department human resource is the process of managing the people in the organization. all departments will be relate to the HR department.

    HR plays a key role in the organization.

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    Dear friend mba stands for masters of business administration.This is a post graduate course for imparting administrative skills to the upcoming managers.Managerial skills will help us to make efficient use of our technical skills that we possess.There is no use of acquiring technical skills if we dont have skills to make best use of these.Managerial skills are just required in every profession.Infact it should form an integral part of engineering itself.SO mba will give the ways to survive in the industry and managing people.Hence it is always a better choice to do mba after b.tech Also students having b.tech+mba degree are preferred among the organisations as they get both the technical and managerial qualities in 1 person so they are also paid high comparatively.

    MBA in hr

    Mba HR field provides the students with the skills required by a HR personnel for recruiting and selecting the suitable candidates for the organisations.It is one of the most preferred specialisation after finance and marketing.In the second year of the mba,students are required to choose the specialisations for mba.
    The various top colleges which provide mba HR are as follows:

    · All India institute of management studies
    · Symbiosis Centre For Distance Learning
    · Indian School Of Business management &Administration
    · Amity business School
    · Sharda Group Of Institutes

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    Dear friend mba stands for masters of business administration.This is a post graduate course for imparting administrative skills to the upcoming managers.Managerial skills will help us to make efficient use of our technical skills that we possess.There is no use of acquiring technical skills if we dont have skills to make best use of these.Managerial skills are just required in every profession.Infact it should form an integral part of engineering itself.SO mba will give the ways to survive in the industry and managing people.Hence it is always a better choice to do mba after b.tech Also students having b.tech+mba degree are preferred among the organisations as they get both the technical and managerial qualities in 1 person so they are also paid high comparatively.

    MBA in hr

    Mba HR field provides the students with the skills required by a HR personnel for recruiting and selecting the suitable candidates for the organisations.It is one of the most preferred specialisation after finance and marketing.In the second year of the mba,students are required to choose the specialisations for mba.
    The various top colleges which provide mba HR are as follows:

    · All India institute of management studies
    · Symbiosis Centre For Distance Learning
    · Indian School Of Business management &Administration
    · Amity business School
    · Sharda Group Of Institutes

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    Its not compulsory,It totally depends upon your inclinication.For good jobs(corporate or else) in various MBA branches like HR,Finance,Sales,Marketing,Health care,Hospitality management,Media,Entrepreneurship,Accounting,Manag erial Economics,IT,Information security,Bio technology & more you may do it.HR department MBA means dealing with labour of company,human relation in a company, planning regarding it etc.

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    Hi friend,

    MBA is important after your engineering;

    1.to get good packages
    2.to get good positions
    3.you will be placed in top level and middle level management

    but through engineering, you will be placed in entry level only.

    Regards

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    Hello my dear friend,


    Yes,For Engineering candidates MBA is the the best option.MBA will help you to get good opportunities in top companies with good packages.Through MBA you will be having chance to get directly in to senior level management of the top level companies. but through Engineering you will be having chance to get positions in entry level but with only less packages.Through MBA will be having chance to get directly in to middle level management and top level management.

    To apply for MBA course you must qualify in following entrance tests;

    -TANCET
    -IIMS
    -MAT
    -CAT
    -GMAT
    -XAT
    -SNAP
    -GET
    -IIFT
    -IBSAT

    To apply for all the above entrance tests, you must satisfy following eligibility criteria;

    1.You must be completed graduation from recognized university with 50% of marks with any stream.
    2.If you are belonging to SC and ST candidates, then 45% of marks are enough.
    3.There is no age limit

    There are number of branches are available in MBA, They are;

    -Health care management
    -Hotel management
    -Fashion management
    -Banking and Finance
    -International Business
    -Supply chain management
    -Global Logistics
    -Human resource management
    -Pharmaceutical management
    -Operations management
    -Marketing and management
    -Retail Management
    -Telecom management
    -Entertain Management
    -Sports Management

    Top 10 Business schools in India;

    1.Indian institute of management-Ahmadabad
    2.Indian institute of management-Luck now
    3.Indian institute of management-Kolkata
    4.Indian institute of management-Bangalore
    5.Indian school of Business-Hyderabad
    6.XLRI-Jamshedpur
    7.Faculty management studies
    8.Indian institute of management-Ghaziabad
    9.SP Jain institute of management
    10.Indian institute of management-Indore


    To apply for all the above business schools,you must qualify in CAT entrance test with more than 96 percentile,then only you will be having chance to get admission in to those institutes.



    Regards
    Sreeram

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

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    Dear Aspirant,


    After completion of your B.Tech,You have two ways those are either further studies or Job.

    If you want to go for further studies ,MBA is of the option in further studies,

    If you want to become a good business Manager and settled in Business field,You have to do MBA.

    You want to earn more money in less time you should do the MBA after completion of you B.Tech from Good Business School.

    If you have good communication skills and leader skills and if you want to learn leader ship skill or communication skills you should do MBA.In Those Skills you can earn a more money in less.

    If you get good job in B.Tech,You don't go for MBA.You should go for Job and Do the MBA in Distance Mode.So Many Institutes offered MBA course after completion of your B.Tech.

    So dear Aspirant,If you want to do the MBA,You have to take Common Admission Test or Management Aptitude Test.

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?



    After B.tech you can do MBA it is a management course and if you wants to be in management then you should apply for the MBA……
    But I think you should go with M.tech …….. it is a master degree and after B.tech it is very beneficial for your carrier……. If you wants to be in teaching line then I think M.tech is a best course but if you wants to d job in companies the you should go with MBA…..then it is beneficial for you….
    But if you want to do MBA course then you have to give-
    CAT
    MAT
    XAT
    ICET
    CET
    SNAP
    GMAT
    one of the above exams-
    Here are the dates of upcoming exams-
    XAT-
    Registration Starts from : September 20, 2011
    Last date of online registration : November 30, 2011
    XAT Exam 2012 : January 08, 2012 (10:00 am to 12:30 pm)

    MAT exam-
    Last Date For sale of Forms 14 January 2012 (Saturday)
    Last Date for submission of
    filled in Registration Forms at
    AIMA, New Delhi 17 January 2012 (Tuesday)
    Last Date For
    Online Registration 14 January 2012 (Saturday)
    Last Date for submission of filled in Online Registration Forms at AIMA, New Delhi 17 January 2012 (Tuesday)

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    The Question you have asked, the answer you Know Better because its your Career and No one can force you to Opt MBA Degree course, But I like you Interest in MBA.

    Firstly, I have to Informed you that, MBA is the Post graduate Management Degree course and after completing this course you will be get Jobs in Corporate Sector with Great salary Package, It is No Mandatory that after completing MBA you will get Good Jobs, But if you complete this degree with good Marks and Knowledge, then definitely you will be placed in top Business Schools.

    So, why do MBA Course After Engineering Because :
    :: To get Good Future Prospectus
    :: Good Salary Package's
    :: Higher Promotions
    :: Higher Incentive's
    :: Part of Top Companies

    But to get these think you have to Increased your Level, Means you have to good Command in English Speaking and you have lots of Knowledge, So that you can Convince Other Person's Easily.

    Those candidates will success after this Course, Who will work hard and Communication Skills was Good. If your Communication skills was not good then you cant get Good Jobs in Future, So you can try your Best to achieved all these things, MBA Course will Increased your Knowledge and you will think differently from Others.

    So, If you are Interested in MBA Course then please cracked CAT/MAT Examination with Good Percentile and If you will success to scored good marks in CAT/MAT, Then you will be eligible to appear for Group Discussion and Personal Interview for Final Selection. So please work hard and Start Prepared for Entrance examination to get seat in top Business Schools.

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    Re: Why to do MBA after engineering?

    An master's degree once engineering could be a abundant sought-after possibility for following post-graduation. however what connection will AN master's degree have to be compelled to the extremely technical skills of an expert engineer, and is there a requirement for engineers to pursue MBA?
    If you've got AN engineering degree, AN master's degree provides you additional exposure to business-related topics you did not come upon in engineering studies. a choose few do want specialization in engineering however others need wider roles with higher packages ANd a broader spectrum that an engineering and master's degree offers.
    Learning a way to solve totally different business issues ANd understanding promoting problems and management connected problems area unit some key skills an master's degree degree will teach you and assist you to land senior management positions. Having already obtained a technical degree, AN master's degree completes your education within the wider areas of management that typically embody subjects like finance, marketing, human resource management, structure behavior, and management strategy.
    this is often conjointly necessary as a result of the role of the engineer is changing; at intervals AN business, AN engineer is probably going to be a manager WHO must implement new practices and new technology. so the engineer usually becomes the first manager of amendment at intervals the fashionable organization, that once more needs specific skills and learning.
    If AN engineer needs to remain strictly at intervals the realms of engineering, it'd not be as necessary to urge AN master's degree however if you would like to advance and climb up the ladder, AN master's degree would serve to be handy and helpful.
    All master's degree programs need the coed to undertake a significant project that's written up as a thesis. This typically incorporates several of the modules tutored within the course. Engineers will relate engineering aspects of a corporation with some or all of those tutored modules.

    One example could also be staring at the availability chain for explicit product within the company, or a promoting strategy for the event and launch of a brand new product.
    The engineering master's degree graduate is therefore well-versed in management information, skills and techniques, in addition as their technical engineering skills. Having AN master's degree provides them confidence to use these skills to develop 'strategies for growth' of their using firms, creating them indispensable and wanted. within the future, they're going to be among those that set the foundations ANd have conversations regarding what ought to and should not be wiped out the approach an organisation is structured and managed.

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