I am a 1st semester student of B.Com & want a job after 3-4 years but can not afford the fees of MBA. What should I do?

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    Dr Suresh Babu Cheelapogu Sr.Consultant - Management | Scholar-Level 16

    5 years ago
    Dear dhiraj. complete your b.com. later join with one organisation. get experience and get money later you can pursue your MBA with experience. all the best.
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    kajal soni Pursuing FRM part 1 from edupristine | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    If you dedicatedly want to go for an MBA and you have that talent then you should take an educational loan to pursue MBA.
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    Sumedh Sapre MBA student at MDI Gurgaon | Contributor-Level 6

    5 years ago
    If you really wish to do an MBA, then work hard and try and secure admission in a top bschool like the IIMs, FMS, XLRI, MDI, etc. In case you get admission in such colleges, money won't be an issue because you easily get bank loans which can be easily paid off in a few years of completing your course. Do not stop yourself based on monetary considerations.
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    Trilochan Tiwari | Contributor-Level 9

    5 years ago
    You can work for 1-2 years and accumulate a good amount of money along with this get an education loan from a financial institution. You can pursue MBA from a government college at a very low cost after qualifying CAT exam.
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    Tina c | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Hi,
    After B.Com either you can take IBPS Bank PO exam and get a job in a government bank or opt for ICICI bank or Axis bank PGDBA program. The fee is less for that as compared to MBA, and they directly place students after the completion of nine months course in Bangalore.
    For more details, visit the website of ICICI bank.
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    hritik pokhriyal | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    You have to complete your graduation first then if you have time. So, you can complete your Master's, then the opportunity for job is more.
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    Devesh Lathi Educational Counselor | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    Who told you that you need to do MBA for a job? Just work smartly while your B.Com. Keep doing internships and make the most of any opportunity that you get while you are in college. If you are smart and proactive while you are studying, a wonderful job will be waiting for you once you graduate.
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    srishti sharma

    3 years ago
    Work part time& tk bank loan. All MBA students do that.
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    Raja

    a year ago
    After completion of year get money from job and apply for partime education.
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    Syed Asif | Guide-Level 12

    2 years ago
    As an MBA, I would ask you to rather go for the job after your B.Com and pursue your MBA after at least 2 years of experience so that you will get to know what you want to do after MBA.

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