Is it possible to get admission in masters program after completing graduation with 42% marks?

I have completed BBM with 42% marks.

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,If you mean full time MBA or PGDM program then please remember in order to pursue this program you need to be graduate in any field with atleast 50% marks.So with 42% marks in graduation you are not eligible to get admission in this program.However if you wish to pursue full time MBA or PGDM program only then in that case I would suggest you to apply for improvement exam and prepare well so that you may score atleast 50% marks in graduation.The other option for you would be to pursue MBA through distance education as in order to pursue this program you simply need to be graduate in any field.For your reference find below some of the finest... view more
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    IBMT Vani

    8 years ago
    As per UGC guidelines, minimum 50% is the eligibility criteria. Our suggestion to you is opt for a Professional Diploma Programs in any functional area of Management of your interest. No minimum 50% criteria for this program.

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