is it best to go for MBA after bsc (comp. sc.) and in which field i have a very bad profile 68% in 12th and 86% in 10th

0 60 Views | Posted 2011-10-03 18:49:28
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-04 17:07:55
    Hi Baljeet,
    First of all I would like to say that the eligibility to go for MBA is 50% and above aggregate marks from a recognized University so if you have good percentage in Graduation you can go ahead and sit for MBA Entrance Examination after which you have to clear GD & PI. However, you can get a decent profile even with B.Sc Computer Science you can get into the role of researcher, Quality Analyst etc. or can plan M.Sc and get into teaching field.
    Hope this resolves your query. Feel free to put up more queries In case your query is resolved please close this question by choosing it as a “best answer” or pressing the “thumbs u
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    prudhvi bhatiya HR Manager, Dca,B.Tech,MS,MBA, (Ph.d) Cambridge | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-03 19:16:34
    hi baljeet,welcome to and ur query is quite clear to us yeah it is one of the best option to go for m.b.a and why don't u go for m.c.a ? because it is the computer applications in master degree and it is the advanced one for ur degree it may helps u by studying easy and gaining a job quickly where as this m.b.a is purely opposite to computer science students because mostly are management subjects.and guys are very crazy to go for new subjects to learn and in m.b.a also we have computer related specializations it may help u for getting job or it also help u go for higher studies in future. like embedded and testing tools and
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    Prashant Chauhan | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-10-03 19:02:55
    Ya its normal for science students to join management and yes it will be best for your career but its your life so I think you have to take decision about either you want to join it or not. Only thing I want to say is that you must take decision according to your interest means if you love to study science than stay in it otherwise change it, career switch is normal now a days.
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-03 18:58:53
    First of all, comp sc. itself has a very wide scope. If you have interest in the firld, you can easily get the job. The market is full of administrator jobs like network admin, desktop admin etc. Besides there are many vacancies on the testing side too. For more information, login to
    In case you have interest in comp sc. but dont want to work as a programmer etc, it is better to go for MBA in IT. Best colleges providing the same are IIMC(PGDCM), SCIT etc.

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