I have 44% marks in BA, is it possible to take admission for mba or write any entrance for mba.

0 99 Views | Posted 2011-09-29 21:59:02
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    2011-09-29 22:45:22
    Hi Manas, you can give entrance if your percentage is above 45% some college do take the students who clear MAT,XAT but for CAT minimun percentage is 50%.You need to have a degree bachelor's degree (3-year course) or equivalent in any discipline recognised by any Indian University / AICTE as eligible for MBA.
    But don't lose hope dear there are still many universities like Mahatma Gandhi University (Meghalya) from where you can pursue your MBA.either regular or Online or Executive MBA [If have experience more than 1year]
    I would suggest you to have a look at their site.ALL THE BEST
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    Priya Saxena | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-30 09:11:40
    Hi Manas,
    For most of the Entrance exams, the minimum percentage requirement in graduation is 50%, exception is MAT and CET, the minimum requirement is 45%. But in either cases you do not seem eligible. I would suggest you to locate some autonomously run but well recognized institutes like IIPM, also institutes offering distance learning/ correspondence can be a very good choice if opted to pursue from a recognized institution like IGNOU, Annamalai, SCDL, IMT CDL etc.
    Link to know about the institutes offering MBA through distance/ correspondence mode:
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-30 13:04:44
    minimum 50 % marks is compulsory , 45% for reserved category , you can also join distance learning from IMT, SMU, LPU KSOU, MDU , you also join IIPM

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