Which course is more beneficial among MBA and M.Tech after completing B.Tech in mechanical engineering?

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    Pranveer Singh Educationist & Counselor

    5 years ago
    Depending on kind of jobs/ career do you opt for. If your interested lies in career directly in management side then MBA is better option but you wish to be in technical side and then grow in administration then M.Tech. is better. Whatsoever you do, do from a reputed institution like IITs or IIMs. UG can be done from any private also but PG only from these institutes as branding/ stamping and depth of knowledge matters more otherwise you'll suffer through a career. All the best!
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    OMKAR PHALE An Undergraduate student who loves to travel. | Guide-Level 13

    4 years ago
    Hello Kandarp, For several B.Tech graduates planning to pursue higher education, it is primarily a choice between Master of business administration (MBA) and Master of technology (M.Tech) programmes. While both qualifications offer good placements and a stable career, the decision should be a well-calculated one.While an MBA prepares you for generalist roles and opens your avenues in non-technical industries, an M.Tech qualification offers you plush jobs and a freedom to take your love for technology to the next level.An M.Tech degree offers opportunities in the academia, research & development and technical fields. On the other hand, an MBA ... view more
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    Manish Gadekar MBA , Department of Management Sciences PUMBA | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    I think MBA in Marketing and Operations is more beneficial. Finance is also a good option. If you want. you can opt for MS in US, UK, Australia in different Universities. Best regards.
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    Shail Oberoi | Guide-Level 14

    5 years ago
    This would depend a lot on your interest areas and career aspirations. If you intend to pursue a career in management field then MBA seems to be a better option. However, if you are interested to be in a technical field/academics/research then M.Tech would be a better option.
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    konatham Abhishek HeLpINg HaNd FiRsT | Scholar-Level 16

    2 years ago
    Hello Kandarp
    career directly in management side then MBA is better option but you wish to be in technical side and then grow in administration then M.Tech. Is better. Whatsoever you do, do from a reputed institution like IITs or Iims. UG can be done from any private also but PG only from these institutes as branding/ stamping and depth of knowledge matters more otherwise you'll suffer through a career. Thank you.
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    If your interest lies in management career then MBA is the better option but you wish to be in technical side and then grow in administration then M.Tech is better. Whatsoever you do, do from a reputed institution like IITs or IIMs. UG can be done from any private also but PG only from these institutes as branding/ stamping and depth of knowledge matters more otherwise you'll suffer through a career.
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    Ritesh Yadav National Institute of technology GOA | Contributor-Level 8

    3 years ago
    If your interest lies in career directly in management side, then MBA is better option. But, if you wish to be in technical side and then grow in administration, then M.Tech is better. Whatsoever you do, do from a reputed institution like IITs or IIMs. UG can be done from any private also but PG only from these institutes as branding/ stamping and depth of knowledge matters more otherwise you'll suffer through a career. All the best.
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    Aditi Agrawal | Guide-Level 12

    3 years ago
    Both will be equally beneficial. So, it depends on your interest of which you have more inclination towards. Because people of mechanical background has good scope it mechanical based company in MBA as well and in M.Tech as well.
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    NIRMALA SURABHI

    3 years ago
    MBA is all about interest in business and entrepreneurship while B.Tech is about connection with technical and PSUs. Also, I would suggest to have some experience before getting into MBA. All the best for your career.
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    Bharat Debbarma Pursuing MBA | Contributor-Level 9

    3 years ago
    Both are good, and both have a good career. But, if you choose MBA, then it will be completely change in career, and hence you will be landing in a multidisciplinary job and roles.

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