i am a grad in bms with 70% and want to do mba in finance,and i am giving my cat dis nov.is it ok if i am doing a full tym mba for my career

will my full time mba plan fetch me good salary..after d degree??and i am planning to get admission in JBIMs..wat all things i should focus so as to get in JBIMS?? can you please tell me in detail??pleassee

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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-21 12:50:04
    Yes, it is a good decision to go for full-time MBA as there they have campus placements, but distance education courses offer just the placement assistance. Also, MBA in finance generally lends a person in high earning jobs which may range from 12 lakhs per annum(commercial banks) to 70 lakhs per annum(investment banks). But as always suggested, a candidate must go by his/her interests too. Coming to your willingness for JBIMS, you need to write MH-CET. You have to fill the MH_CET forms available towards the end of january. CAT scores are convertible to MH-CET scores, but weighs less. 99 percentile in MH-CET implies 99 percentile itself, but ... view more
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    Dr KRISHNA KATTI | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-21 11:07:55
    Ok Best of luck.
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    Aravind Lankan | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-21 10:33:58
    HI shirley,It is better for you to apply for full time MBA because many top B.Schools look for work experienced candidates for their part time MBA and try to get into top 30 schools for a excellent career.ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR CAT.
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    Sajid Nalakath | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-21 10:19:40
    Doing a full time MBA or a distance MBA doesnot make much of a difference in your career. What makes the difference is the knowledge and exposure that you gain in the field of study. Just by studying for teh exams and getting a degree will not take you anywhere. If that was the case then all companies should have IIMs and IIT graduates in their work force. Check for the contents of the course, check for its relevance in the field and get as much as exposure in the field. This is what will help you get a good job and establish your career.

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