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Anuj Agrawal is a mechanical engineer by profession. During and after his graduation he did couple of experiments He took experience of marketing in corporate world, HR and training in education sector and then he started his own venture EduWire to motivate students for doing something different. he is also a President of The Young Innovators Forum.

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Hi Anurag,I would suggest you to go for job as the MBA market scenario is not very good at present.With your experience in corporate sector you will have better understanding that for which particular mainstream you should go for in your masters and also you will have an edge of work experience during the entrance interviews in premier institutes as some of the good institutes prefer candidates with work experience over freshers.Also, you might land in to a very good management job on the basis of your work and your B.Tech degree that you might not require to do MBA then. I hope I am able

Answered by: Anuj Agrawal, Career Counselor and Director at EduWire, on February 05, 2014
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Hi,I don't think that you need to be tensed about that because you can appear for most of the exams with that percentage in your graduation although you will need to work hard in other areas.Your graduation percentage do not play a major role in most of the entrance exams. You can work hard and good score in written exams, GD, and most importantly personal interview.You should be so confident about your strengths that when you go for the interview then your graduation percentage do not become a obstacle in your path.Another solution can be that you can go for MBA after having some years of wor

Answered by: Anuj Agrawal, Career Counselor and Director at EduWire, on February 05, 2014