Which course to opt among B.Sc and B.Com for better career prospects?

My long term goal is to pursue MBA.

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Asked by harshit bhatt

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    natasha upadhyay | Contributor-Level 7

    8 years ago
    Both are equally good, It hardly matters
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,Please note that since your long term goal is to pursue MBA so in that case you may consider pursuing any course at graduate level as in order to pursue full time MBA or PGDM program you need to be GRADUATE in ANY FIELD with atleast 50% marks in graduation, plus you need to take various management entrance test like CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc.However for better career prospects and to increase your chances of getting admission in good B-school I would suggest you to work for 2-4 years after completing your graduation and then opting for MBA.The advantage of this step would be:- You will gain relevant work experience.- After working for few y... view more
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    shruti gupta

    8 years ago
    Doing MBA after B Com will be more convenient than B Sc. You will be able to implement lot many things during your MBA study as you will be able to relate to them in a better way. SIP, practical assignments and industry exposure will become very interesting and profitable at the same time ! best of luck ! www.asiapacific.edu.

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