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M.Sc. or MBA
edited December 2016
Which career is better after completing B.Sc. - M.Sc. or MBA
After completing B.Sc. there are too many career options available. So It is really hard to choose the better one..
Help to know about this..
This decision will entirely depend on where your skills and interest lie. You should decide on the area you would like to make a career. Like if you find the science stream interesting and want to make a career in the same i.e. technical job then you must complete M.Sc. After that you must clear the NET, JRF exam. You must go for MBA only if you are more interested in the administrative oriented jobs. If you are okay with administrative oriented jobs and if you are ready to enter tjhe business world then you can go for mba and for that too you have to clear various competitve exams like cat, cmat, mat etc to get admission in reputed colleges.
I am suggesting you some very good colleges for both the courses which you can go for the respective courses.
St.Stephens College delhi
Loyola college chennai
st.xaveirs college, mumbai
Christ university, banglore
IIM Ahemdabad, indore, banglore, mumbai, delhi
Delhi school of business
edited February 2017
1) if you want to work after BCA, I would recommend you to join a startup & work on emerging technologies.
2) i have failed to find a reason to do MCA. I have perso not found any value addition by doing MCA.
3) if you want to get into non-technical job, get an MBA directly after BCA or else you can work & keep studying for enterance exams. if you are doing MBA do it from the top 20 or don't do it at all.
4) you could migrate to UAE/Australia/ canada for education & start working there. The currency rate conversion gives you a good edge & better lifestyle.
At last decision is entirely depend on where your skills and interest lie. You should decide on the area you would like to make a career.
' how to choose right career'
is very important for every student, and that's what need to understand.
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