After comlpeted BA which MBA line are best future Lots of High mony earn?

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    Prashant Chauhan | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-21 12:49:20
    After completing BA, you are eligible for most of the specialisations of MBA but try to avoid specialisations those needs previous knowledge of subject such as finance and please dont try to choose any specialisation just on the basis of salary but choose on the base of interest.
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    2011-10-21 14:12:35
    u have many choices like hr ,finance there is a big scope and also money in sales line.go for it all the best
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-21 13:02:40
    there are many stream and all is depend on your interest , if you are confuse then finance is much better field , for go in IT MBA IT is better , if you want to go in sales then marketing is best , and you want to go in management or admin work then HR field is better
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    2011-10-21 13:19:02
    for mba u hv to choice branches as per ur choice n interest but hr n finance is gd n also mraketing

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