what kind of job one get after doing BE in mechanical eng. and then mba/m.tech ?

0 41 Views | Posted 2011-09-19 21:42:01
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-19 21:50:34
    after BE mechanical engineering, the best would be MBA operations. A candidate with such a profile can get job of an SCM manager in companies like Amazon or work for inventory management at companies like P&G etc. If after BE, a person gets MBA in other domains like finance or marketing or HR, he will get a job related to his MBA domain and BE branch will be completely misaligned. So an MBA in finance may get into commercial banks, private equities etc, marketing MBA can lend you in product management or brand management and HR MBA will lead you to corportae HR profiles.
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    EXCEL | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-20 09:01:46
    After BE in Mech you should for ME / MTech. This will help you to get jobs as Scientist, Professor, Senior engineer ein companies. Other option is MBA in Production or Project Management. Technical persons excel better in technical streams. Select technical options in MBA.

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