I am BE(IT) and have 7 yrs of work ex in software MNC. Would doing a correspondence PGDBA (Operations) boost my career?

My BE is full time from reputed univ with first class. I am currently serving as Module lead. However, I want to now further get into managerial side, so planning for MBA. I am more keen on doing correspondence MBA in Operations. Please advise what all opportunities would be available post the MBA?

0 39 Views | Posted 2011-09-10 17:18:14
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    Aakash Luhar Engineer | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-09-10 21:21:15
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-10 18:57:18
    See, MBA in operations is generally useful for people who are working in manufacturing sector as it involves determining the optimum levels of inventory etc and not much of project management. I would suggest you to go for some programs like post graduate diploma in IT management. This would be more aligned to your work-experience and previous education.
    SCDL is a good name and provides this program.
    for details, please go through http://www.scdl.net/scdl/ProgramPGDIT.aspx
    the students will also learn basic principles of management like planning, organizing, controlling and decision making. The program provides technology inputs with basi

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