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Because I am confuse about my graduation,,that which course I choose in graduation ,,to do upsc as well as mba ,,

I am very confused ,which course I opted in graduation ,,,i also dont decide after graduation which I choose betwe

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RE: Because I am confuse about my graduation,,that which course I choose in graduation ,,to do upsc as well as mba ,,

Noorjahan Khan
Noorjahan Khan
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Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor
  • Bhopal


Dear friend, if you are interested inBusiness Administration you can first do BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration) and then you can choose to do MBA. It is also possible to do MBA after doing Graduation from any subject. However it helps to have good mathematical skills to be able to clear most MBA entrance exams.



It is important to know, however,thatfor taking UPSC Exams only graduation is required. (MBA is not minimum eligibility)



When you take UPSC exam you can opt for Management as an optional subject.



Though these two are completely differentareas in terms of career yet it is possible totake UPSC exam once you have done your MBA.



For doing MBA you can get admission any good college either through some competitive exam or through some local selection process. If you want to do MBAtop most B-Schools then you can consider competitions like



CAT: for all IIM's and many more institutions



XAT: XLRI Jamshedpur, XIM Bhubneshwar, SP Jain, GIM etc.



SNAP: Institutes affiliated with Symbiosis University



MH-CET: Colleges in Maharashtra



CMAT: All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE)



IBSAT: ICFAI Business School



NMAT: Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai



MICA: Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad



IIFT: Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi and Kolkata.



When you plan to do MBA from any of these institutions you also have to consider other eligibility, like minimum % in Graduation etc..



While preparing for MBA entrance one has to prepare for Numerical abilities test, reasoning test, English language, etc.



Whilepreparing for UPSC one has to prepare for MCQ type questions based onGeneral Knowledge which comprises of Indian history, culture,Polity, Geography, General Science etc. for preliminary exam. After clearing the preliminary examyou can then go for Mains exam. For main examone has to prepare for Essay type questions. Now there are nine papers for UPSC exam, out of which eight are compulsory and one is chosen out of optional subjects. (management is also available as an optional subject)



Once you clear Main exam an interview is taken to test the personality of the candidate.A thorough knowledge of one subject along with a wide and extensive study of general knowledge is expected in UPSC.

RE: Because I am confuse about my graduation,,that which course I choose in graduation ,,to do upsc as well as mba ,,

Vivek Kumar
Vivek Kumar
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Counselor / Subject Matter Expert in Microbiology
  • Meerut

Hello friend,

Here you have not mentioned what subjects you have opted in 12 class. As you have mentioned that you wish to pursue MBA and UPSC. Both are different things, Here what I understood that you wish clear Civil Services Examinations conducted by UPSC????

You have decide what you have to take in graduation. Just sit alone an think, which subject you understand more and which is very close to your heart. Is it science biology, science non biology, commerce or arts. As you also wish to purse MBA, then I believe that commerce or BBA could be the subjects.

Another thing, what you want to be in future, do wish to make science as career, or you wish to enter in management or administration of business. Think logically and practically, never try to follow other, you should choose a subject which you can carry forward easily. There is a saying that we should take interest while studying, never ever think, it is a burden on you. The day you feel, any subject you are pursuing, or study is burden, then you cannot go long with it.



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The UPSC (civil services exam), you have to choose two subjects for you main examinations, one subject will be for preliminary examinations. The other subjects are general studies (history, geography, economics, political sciences, Indian constitution, statistics), general knowledge and English. You should choose your two subjects in graduation, which can fetch very good marks in UPSC exam. Generally the engineers who appear in UPSC exam, opt Physics and Mathematics, which are very high scoring subjects, and due to this these guys easily clear the UPSC exam.



The choice of doing MBA after graduation is good, but doing MBA and preparing of UPSC exams will not be an easy thing. Both the choices need good time to prepare to crack the nut. For MBA, there are many very known Institutes / universities in India. The entrance is by competitive examination. You should have good knowledge of math, general knowledge, reasoning, and English.



In my opinion, first you should do graduation in subject of your choice, and after that go for MBA, this will make you eligible to get a decent job. Afterward, you should try whole heartedly for UPSC exams, though you will be eligible after graduation, MBA is not essential.

With all my best wishes,

Good Luck...


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