what type of master degree is best ofter B.tech(IT)?, then i completed Oracle DBA 10G also. so which is best. it should be based on IT.

I compled B.tech in Information Technology and i have completed Oracle DBA 10G also so now i should be go to higher education, so which higher degree is best after B.tech(IT)?. It should be based on Information Technology.. i shoul;d like Master Degree also,,

0 50 Views | Posted 2011-09-11 15:34:58
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    Gagz

    2011-09-11 15:38:12
    Mtech if you want to do R&D in technology or Phd further and MBA if you want to do management level job in technical side/non-technical side
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-11 15:37:58
    There are two options
    1. MTech in IT and computer related courses. This will lend you in technical jobs may be software developer in biggies like microsoft etc or even network administrator i companies like IBM depending on the college.
    2. MBA-IT - You can either go for PGDCM(post graduate diploma in computer management) from IIM Calcutta or MBA-IT from SCIT. These courses will lend you in profiles like program manager or product manager.
    If you still have any concern, please raise it.

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