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It all depends on the Institute you apply to. Some ask for CAT, while some for GATE, while some accept both the scores.
Why dont you prepare for both???
Anyways, check the Institutes and then take a call
Wish you good luck...
Great that you have a goal set already.
Here I will take you towards the steps by step process needed to pursue an MBA.
First is clearing the entrance exam. Entrance exams like CAT, CET, Exams conducted by few Institutes by themselves like XAT, SAT, NMAT etc.
The entrance exam focuses on your logical ability, numerical ability, language skills and GK. You can join classes for the same. Please note, at this juncture focus on the concepts only. Later on as time approaches for the exam, you can solve papers by timing yourself.
While focusing on the entrance exam p
Hello Prashant.. MBA in International Business may give you more opportunities as a B.Tech holder in mining field. Because, you can hold the positions like manager in export-import companies, Power and operation sectors etc in private and public sector companies. It will also help you to work with mining, coal and other companies in Power sector. So you can definitely find a job in your interesting field after this course. You can pursue MBA in International Business in reputed institutes like Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Christ University, Lovely Professional University, IIBMS etc
Nice to know that you wish to explore more options than the conventional options like MPharm or MBA after your BPharm.
BPharm being a very good educational qualification to get started in the pharmaceutical companies, definitely in todays world specialisation is a must. Apart from MPharm and MBA Pharma, I would suggest Clinical Research as a very good and in demand career option.
Based on your BPharm qualification, you can get admission to Clinical Research Certificate / Diploma Course in a recognised institute. Clinical Research course leads you to a niche area of pharmaceutica
Every body dreams of a job which has Saturday and Sunday off and also almost all public holidays. However that is not the case in real world. Companies pay you for working for them and not for taking holidays and taking the full salaries.
Private jobs do have Saturday and Sunday off in majority, however there are still jobs like in construction, retail, banks, hospitals, where Saturday and Sundays are not off. Therefore I feel, you are dreaming of a very cosy and non challenging and non hectic job, which is not always possible. Companies choose candidates and very rarely ca
Hi Mitali... Go for MBA in Tourism and Hospitality in SRM University, Wisdom School of Management, Lovely Professional University, UEI Global etc. This course will help you to explore the way of Hospitality management and Event management etc. You can also be an entrepreneur in the field of management and Tourism etc. Institutes like LPU is giving good learning environment and scholarships based on merits. It will definitely help you to have a good career in future.
Being a Relationship Manager and selling insurance and other similar products does not mean you are in banking sector.
You have not mentioned your education details like your graduation or post graduation. These details are also required to properly guide you and show you the future career path.
There are many graduates and post graduates doing sales of insurance and other banking products as Relationship Manager and yes, people who have sales and marketing as their passion can only survive and progress in this profile. It appears that you are not made up for this an
Hello.. MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain is the most suitable course for you.. The institutes for pursuing this course are IISWBM, Lovely Professional University, Indian Institute of Logistics, GemsB School etc.
After BSc you wish to do Aviation Management? How did you feel to choose Aviation Management as a future and long term career option?
From your question, it is clear to me that you are not completely aware of Aviation Management or Aviation sector. Firstly, I would like you to re think on your choice since you are a BSc and since may you are not interested in other MBA options you are looking at some off beat specialisations.
I feel, before deciding on this option, it is recommended that you should know your real interests, innate abilities, real aptitude, emotional quotient. Si
B.Sc Agriculture is a good course for anyone interested in Bio subjects. It will provide you better job opportunities too in private and public sector. Punjab Agricultural university, Tamilnadu Agricultural university, Lovely Professional University etc are the major universities for Agriculture courses in India. You may get good placements also.
Hello Rumki.. MBA is a good option for higher studies after engineering degree. Because, an MBA graduate can utilize their technical skills as a manager and can earn more than a engineering graduate. So you can think about an MBA in reputed institutes like Symbiosis, IIMs, VIT university, Lovely Professional University, Christ university etc. The institutes also matters in MBA degree as the academic and non-academic programmes helps you to develop more skills and techniques which will help you in future life. Good placement opportunities are also providing by these institutes, so you can get p
Thinking of short term courses with least efforts & time and still expecting a good placements is not a good attitude towards your career. More the short cuts less will be the gain in the career.
Once that you completed BBA in HR which is actually a background for a Masters in HR for a stable and growing career, I feel doing MBA in Human Resource would be very beneficial. Please think for a long term. Doing short certifications would lead you to very basic level and low end jobs and it would take many years to climb up the ladder. Are you fin with such kind of struggle which
Make sure, you wish to join one of the service or profession. Because at this stage, changing jobs and courses would have an impact on your career.
As per your choice, I would suggest apply for UPSC, since after 30 years you would not be eligible for the same.
You just have a year to try.
Whereas when it comes to CAT or state services, you have ample of time.
Rather I would suggest, try UPSC exams first and then join coaching for CAT, and join a good management Institute and start your career in the managerial role, rather than opting for state s