I am bharat. I have done my B.A.L.L.B and M.B.A in Marketing and H.R. Currently, i am working with ICICILombard as USM. What is the scope?

Dear Dignitiaries It is requested of you to kindly guide me through the path which i should take to make LAW and MBA, a great combination. I have done my M.B.A in Marketing and H.R. and currently i am working in ICICI Lombard GIC Ltd. as Unit Sales Manager with 6 months experience.

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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-18 15:45:43
    Hi Bharat, the general objective approach to problem analysis and research will help you do well in marketing careers. Some industrial Human Resource jobs with manufacturing or other industries employing large numbers require such employees to deal with employment laws where your law knowledge will play the actual role. Corporate law knowledge along with MBA is also beneficial in legal firms. In general, if you wish to do MBA, it is always a good option opening variety of job avenues for you. Pursuing MBA always acts as an asset to your career prospects. Law, too, is a growing career. Corporate law with the negotiation law, Internation

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