i am 1st year bcom student waiting for my results and doing cs alongside.i wish to persue MBA and CFA after my post-graduation.

is it a rite choice???

0 65 Views | Posted 2011-10-30 17:11:02
Asked by Harsh

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    devendra pathak pathak principal and member of academic council BU | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-30 17:41:30
    good planning will always help full for future need . you need to be attentive for career concept . work out it properly and promptly . pl feel all courses to be done with high percentage . high percentage will fetch you good knowledge and good job opportunity in future. still sufficient time is there to work out for the same . course planned are very good for career planning . pl see it and decide further for all purpose . all the best . best of luck
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-30 17:29:29
    It is good that you have plans for future education but it would be wiser to take one step at a tme and focus on the present education. You may keep post grduation level plans in the background at the moment. In the next 4 to 5 years lot many changes are likely to occur in the professional front and the requirments would change a lot. So you might have to alter your plans. Go with the time, go with the requirments form time to time and keep assessing the changes with respect to your future educational plans.

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