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Currently pursuing m.com..(part ii) ..what shall I do after m.com?should I opt for mba?or netset?

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RE: Currently pursuing m.com..(part ii) ..what shall I do after m.com?should I opt for mba?or netset?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Choice of further studies and career is completely your choice.

It should depend mainly on what you wish to pursue further
  • What kind of a job profile are you looking out for
  • What are your strengths
  • Which organization would you like to work for
  • Do you have the capacity forhard workand beinginnovativeor are youaregular kind of a job oriented person.

MBA is a very much in demand course. Every other person and company demands an MBA qualification. But qualification is not enough. One needs to be different and innovative to succeed as a manager as well as succeed in their chosen profession. Then only a degree in MBA is valid or else it would be just a degree.

But better it would be that you first after your M.Com gain some work experience and then based on it you could decide further which course to pursue and which would be beneficial in terms of moving up the ladder.
Also if you are good with your job, the company may sponsor your MBA degree too.

Apart from it you could pursue short term or diploma course in


As far as Net / CET is concerned, if teaching is your passion you could opt for it.


Moreover, you can begin to work in an industry and also pursue teaching by becoming a guest lecturer in colleges.

Choice is many, but its completely your decision.

Wish you good luck...............




RE: Currently pursuing m.com..(part ii) ..what shall I do after m.com?should I opt for mba?or netset?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
Verified Career Expert
Founder And Director At Canvas Career
  • Nasik

Hello Dear Aspirant,
Welcome to career guide.com

Thanks for approaching us and writing us your career query.

Its good soon you will be completing your M.com and will get your master degree. Well you have an interesting question.Holding this question is quite common because we hear that having an MBA is very much needed in order to get a good job in the MNC's and there has been many students that have been pursuing MBA nowadays as compared to going for M.com after graduation.

Well answering your query i would like to ask you some questions-
1.Do you like Teaching and want to make your career in the field of teaching?
2.Do you want to work with the corporates?

Just reflect back to these questions.
Completing an MBA will take you on the road of Corporate where you can make a career. You need to look where your interest lies like do you like to work with deadlines and love to work in corporate sector.Like to be a part of administration in corporate sector.

Where as if you go with NET/SET exam you will become a professor and have to work with the college. Whereas there wont be any deadline for you. You need to see whether you like to teach students.

If you opt for MBA it will give a wide scope for career in the private sector and will fetch you good income as compared to NET/SET and MBA will expand your horizons and you need to work with challenges and put all your skills and efforts,develop the strategies to tackle the situation and will help to learn new things and skills.

Consider your interest and depending on that select your career.

I hope you find this infromation relevant to your career query.

Feel free to get in touch again.

Wish you Good Luck

Thank You

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh K.

RE: Currently pursuing m.com..(part ii) ..what shall I do after m.com?should I opt for mba?or netset?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Dear Aspirant,

Doing MCom these days is of no use since the syllabus is out dated in almost all Universities. MCom is just a Masters degree.

If you are interested in teaching, then doing NET / SET would be recommended. If you want a corporate job, then an MBA from a premier Institute is highly recommended.

Best wishes

RE: Currently pursuing m.com..(part ii) ..what shall I do after m.com?should I opt for mba?or netset?

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