What are the government job opportunities after completing an MBA?

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    Mukul Singh Pundir | Contributor-Level 10

    4 years ago
    Well, there are many government opportunities for MBA graduate as well but the thing is many of us are not aware. So let us discuss some of them:-1-Public sector undertaking Company like- ONGC, BHEL, NTPC, GAIL, BEL, SAIL, etc. are regularly employing MBA graduate through various entry test.2-UPSC cadre for postgraduate cadre in various departments as group A gazetted officer.3- Armed forces as postgraduate cadre officer in Education, Logistics, account, etc.4- Central govt ministry in various roles for various roles.5-Government company recruit MBA from various background for different roles as per experience.So there are various roles for w... view more
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    Swapnil Malode

    4 years ago
    After completion of your Masters in business administration ( MBA) degree, you can get government job opportunities in each and every sector.If you completed your MBA in finance then you can get a job in banks like State Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of India, etc. But there would be an exam that you have to face like aptitude questions for filtering students and then after that, a personal interview would be held to select suitable candidates.Marketing people can also get a job in government sectors in which they can get profiles like marketing, sales, market research, etc. So, MBA degree won't restrict you to just corporate jobs,... view more
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    Aditi modi

    4 years ago
    Hi,If you want to join government sector after getting an MBA degree, there are opportunities in: Banking sectorsPublic Sector Business enterprisesYou can also apply for the job of a teacher in various government-run MBA colleges. If you do MBA in finance and marketing, you can join also the aviation administration and the cargo management.You can work as a management trainee in Navratnas like SAIL (Steel authorities of India Ltd.), NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation) and BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.) after MBA. If you do MBA in HR, then you can try for jobs in administration and account related department.You can appear for seve... view more
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Here's a detailed description of all these fields for better understanding. Civil services: It is the most sought after job, for any young man in India. SSC: The craze of SSC CGL is increasing day by day, more because of good salary package and not so hectic working conditions. Banks: IIM Grads even opt for RBI- Grade B exams and specialised posts in various government banks. PSUs: PSUs like ONGC, BEL NTPC etc. Make recruitment for specialised posts, but not on regular basis. One has to be very prompt about the timings of the vacancies. Consultant: Even if one is working for MNCs, Big 4 etc. And if he is keen in working with Government, he ca... view more
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    Harsh Ranjan College Selection Expert | Scholar-Level 17

    4 years ago
    MBA programme has especially been designed for the candidates who are executing the administration of the industries or related field.The degree programme in Business Administration or Business Management is one of the most job providing educational degree course in the world. In India and abroad, there are various multinational companies, which are offering jobs to MBA/MBM degree holders.MBA is one of the big job oriented professional programmes and the one which has been sought by the students. Once you have completed your degree, you have a great job opportunity in the industrial world. You may become a manager or executive in term of desi... view more
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    NITHIN E EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT | Guide-Level 14

    4 years ago
    There are lot of employment opportunities for students who have done Master of business administration. The MBA course is both helpful for government and non-government jobs. Some of the jobs which MBA students can apply after completion of their MBA are as follows:1. UPSC opens opportunity for lot of jobs for graduates and post graduates.2. Some banks opens opportunities. Try to write SBI clerk, SBI probationary officer etc.3. IBPS conduct exam for majority of the banks in India. They hire students who have done Marketing, finance in MBA.4. Railway jobs are also there for MBA students.5. National human resource Department will also invite ap... view more
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    Sunil Soni Management & IT Consultant | Scholar-Level 18

    4 years ago
    MBA is an all-purpose degree which provides a choice to graduates to choose his career options based on his interest, strength in management functional area and personality traits. MBA from top B Schools have career opportunities in the field of consulting, Business Analyst, Pre-sales support, Project Managers, Functional Managers, operations management in private, government, PSU and NGOs. Majority of MBA graduates prefer private sector jobs because of better salaries and growth opportunities. Number of opportunities for Government job are restricted and also slowly government is rationalizing its term and conditions of job. Life time pensio... view more
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    Heeral Garg

    4 years ago
    Following are the sectors you can get into after completion of your MBA degree.Civil servicesSSCBanksPSUsConsultancyPolitical internsipsHere's a detailed description of all these fields for better understanding.Civil services: It is the most sought after job, for any young man in India.SSC: The craze of SSC-CGL is increasing day by day, more because of good salary package and not so hectic working conditions.Banks: IIM Grads even opt for RBI- Grade B exams and specialized posts in various Govt banks.PSUs: PSUs like ONGC, BEL, NTPC etc. make recruitment for specialized posts, but not on regular basis. One has to be very prompt about the timing... view more
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    Shrija Ashok kumar Work in a way to always challenge your limits ! | Contributor-Level 10

    4 years ago
    Opportunities are always there if you are willing to choose.
    Govt. Jobs have been in great demand due to handsome salaries and not so hectic work schedule.
    After MBA, one can go for civil services, SSC-CGL exams, RBI Grade - B exams.
    PSU's like ONGC, NTPC often offer jobs on specialized jobs (though not on regular basis).
    One can choose any of these.
    Good Luck!

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