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I have completed my Engineering in 2013 from UPTU in Mechanical Engineering and started doing job in an HVAC company but I am not satisfy with my job and wanted to do MBA.But I did not have any self confidence although my Mathematics is quite good ( I got 94 and 98 marks in maths in X and XII class) . So I request you to guide me as I am feeling very stressed these days
Hello dear friend....
First of all thank you for coming to CareerGuide.com with your query and asking your query to us , it is always our pleasure to answer you and help and guide you in the best possible way we could.Coming to your query that you did btech in mechanical engineering and currently doing a job and you are not satisfied with your job, planning for mba due to lack of confidence you are unable decide though you are good in maths subject.
I would say first of all stop getting worried and think about your future with a positive attitude, have patience every thing is going good in your life than why to worry so much, here people are there who are job less and still full enthusiastic about their career.
Next thing is try to enjoy your work what ever you are doing than satisfaction will come automatically, it is all about your way of looking the things, just make a learning attitude and try to see it as a real learning experience you are getting and life will become more simpler.
Coming to your idea of MBA i would say nothing wrong in going for higher studies you can go for it, as you are good in maths it will be easy for you to score good in quantitative part of the paper, but apart from quant so many other sections are there like english comprehension, general awareness, logical reasoning etc for which you need little preparations and than you can clear that part too with good scores.
For going to do MBA you need to give entrance exams like CAT MAT etc after that if you are scoring good percentile like 98 99 percentile than it will be easy for you to go to top colleges of India like IIM indian institute of management. than only it is good other wise going to any local college leaving your job is waste according to me. If any how you are leaving job for some thing than at least aim high.
Hope you got the answer for your query and will think what is now correct and good for you as go for it as nothing is impossible just the right attitude and hard work is required than no one acn stop you from reaching your deserving place
Hi friend,You are not the only one who is in this situation/ predicament. Please be rest assured that there are thousands of engineering graduates who are confused and dissatisfied with their job after they complete their engineering. I am sure you will get clarity at the end of confusion.To start with, ascertain why you are dissatisfied with your job. Is it because of 1. your salary (in your opinion it is too low) 2. working conditions (may be shift or long working hours or in the shop floor or in the field)3. your boss (a tough one)4. the company you are working in (a small/ medium size company)5. Nature of job (very technical and it does not excite you).If the reason for your dissatisfaction is anything between 1-4, then you can try to gain a minimum of 1-2 years experience in the present company and then look for a better job in a better company.If the reason for your dissatisfaction is 5, then surely MBA is the answer, since this will help you get out of technology and into management.Based on your capability, if you are good with nos. (as you said you are great with Math), you can choose MBA in finance and if you are game for challenge and looking for great reward commensurate with efforts, you can choose MBA in marketing.Once you decide to pursue MBA, ideally, you must pursue the same in top 20 institutes, which is easier said than done. You could also pursue in tier 2 institutes located in metros like Delhi NCR/ Bangalore which would give you better placement opportunities.All the best!
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