I am pursuing B.Com (management). After competition of my graduation, can I do MBA in finance?

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    srishty chaudhary | Contributor-Level 7

    4 years ago
    If you are interested in the finance field, then you should definitely opt for MBA in finance. It has a great scope.
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    Rohit Kothawade i am here to help you in your problem | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    Yes, after completing your graduation, you can do MBA. For that, you need to give MBA entrance exam such as CAT XAT CMAT NMAT MAT CET, and then you will get admission in MBA college.
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    NIMISHA SHARMA Member of Media and PR Committee @IMI B | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    Yes, definitely you can go for MBA. Just appear for various management aptitude tests and on the basis of your score you will be able to attain a good management college. Infact, MBA will also help in grooming and building career. All the Best. Choose your college wisely.
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    Anandvaradhan Goud | Guide-Level 12

    3 years ago
    Yes, of course you can do it with minimum 50% marks.
    All the best for your bright future.
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    Bharat Debbarma Pursuing MBA | Contributor-Level 9

    3 years ago
    Yes, you can do. And, the eligibility for MBA is minimum 55% in top colleges. Thus, if you want to do MBA, you can proceed and apply for. And, for MBA you have apply for CAT MAT CMAT XAT.
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    Shan afzal Khan

    3 years ago
    Yes, after completing your graduation, you can do MBA. For that, you need to give MBA entrance exam such as CAT, XAT, CMAT, NMAT, MAT, CET, and then you will get admission in MBA College. And, you can do PGDM in finance field and you can also do Diploma or certification course in finance field.
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    meenakshi sharma | Contributor-Level 9

    3 years ago
    Absolutely, you can do it.
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    Nishant Dubey | Contributor-Level 6

    3 years ago
    Yes, you can go for MBA in finance or any other specialization, but must have to above the eligibility criteria. Like 50% above in graduation, CAT or any entrance exam.
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    Yes, you can. You should also have a minimum of 50%-60% in UG (any stream) for admission in the same. Admission in MBA is done on the basis of entrance exam followed by interview and GD. There are some private colleges which give direct admission. The best colleges are:Department of Management Studies, IIT DelhiXavier's Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur (accepts XAT)Lovely Professional University, Punjab (accepts/CAT/MAT/XAT/LPUNEST) Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi (own test)Management Development Institute (MDI), GurgaonBharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), TrichyNarsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai (acc... view more
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    shaniya salahuddin I'm trying to my best

    4 years ago
    I think that yes you can do MBA in finance.

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