I have done B.TECH in mechanical engineering and presently working with an auto ancillary.i want to study further through correspondenc.

Is mba or m.tech better for me?m.tech or mba in which field is gud and wwhat are the best univ for m.tech through correspondence for a mechanical engg. Graduate.

0 23 Views | Posted 2011-11-01 18:52:46
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    Narendra Roy An engineer who loves to share his experience | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-11-02 07:58:45
    There are many options, and it all depends on your flair and interest. One of teh option shall be;
    Post Graduation in Engineering (Design, Thermo sciences, Production Technology, Industrial Engineering, Power Engineering, .), followed by
    Doctoral or R&D work, and
    Subsequent Teaching and R&D Profession
    Engineering consultancy/ project engineering
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    2011-11-01 18:57:30
    There are many Institute that provide corresponding courses,you can go through mumbai university,IGNOU, Shivaji university and many more,it your choice for which field you want go for.

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