i have completed my btech this year. i am planning to go for higher studies. doing MBA will be good or MS? please suggest a better option.

0 70 Views | Posted 2011-10-12 22:59:51
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    Akshay Mirajkar

    2011-10-14 16:21:27
    Doing MBA will make ur pay high. But MS ll make you research in ur basic field any after 5 years of job experience u ll be earning much more than a person having MBA.
    Be with your core education.
    Best luck
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    Pawan | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-10-12 23:48:01
    as @pradip said both are the separate sectors, if you have an interest in b.tech then you must go for MS else go to MBA. you are a b.tech student so you can easily handle the MS subject because these would related to your stream where MBA is totally different for you.
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    Pradip Narsingani

    2011-10-12 23:07:34
    This decision completely depends on the you and Your interest. Both the course provides ample specialization, but both provide specialization in separate sectors. If one is more interested in engineering line and want to work in their trade line and want to make a career with engineering projects, then without delay one should go for MS / M.Tech. That will help them in getting a better rank and post in the same line in which they were working or wanted to work after the completion of their B.Tech degree.However, if one is more interested in working in the management aspect of companies rather than engineering line, one should go for the MBA ... view more

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