What is the eligibility criteria to pursue distance MBA?

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,In order to pursue distance MBA you need to be graduate in any field, however please note that some universities may even require atleast 50% marks in graduation to be eligible to pursue distance MBA program.For your reference find below some of the finest universities in India to pursue MBA through distance education:- Indira Gandhi National Open University.- Punjab Technical University.- Sikkim Manipal University.- Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning.- University of Petroleum & Energy Studies Centre for Continuing Education.- Institute of Management Technology Centre for Distance Learning.- Karnataka State Open University.- Bangalore ... view more
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    Rohit Rastogi | Contributor-Level 8

    8 years ago
    Dear Vivek,
    You must score minimum 50% in Graduation from any discipline , there are few university who provides admission in 45% also, There is 5% relaxation in marks for SC and ST candidates, you can look for SMU, KSOU, just you need to check that from which university you are applying it must be DEC & UGC Apporved.

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