Tejas Acharya

I am currently working as clerk in govt. sector for 2 years with earnings of 13000 per month.i have completed my bachelors in commerce and now i wish to pursue mba course so should i risk my job for mba

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RE: I am currently working as clerk in govt. sector for 2 years with earnings of 13000 per month.i have completed my bachelors in commerce and now i wish to pursue mba course so should i risk my job for mba

Shobhit Verma
Shobhit Verma
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Assistant Professor at GRKIST
  • Jabalpur

Hello.............
First of all i whould like to congratulate you for thinking about higher studies because education is always countable and help us to grow more.
If you had provided me with little bit more information such as what type of goverment organisation are you working with ?Which year you completed your bachelors in commerece ?which city you are working at ?etc it whould be of great importance in our discussion..Anyways..........
I think there are following possibilities..........
(1)Now days many Goverement organisations are allowing/encouraging there employees to go for higher studies sometimes they ask the employee to fill a bond before going for study leave.........normally in this bond there is a clause that after coming back from studies you will be continuing in the organisation for next 4-5 years.But it depends on which type of goverment organisation you are working for.
(2)Secondly there various organsiations /institutes (such as IGNOU etc.) which are providing with correspondence MBA courses Now days they also provide quality education.Even you can go for part time MBA in your city only this is specially design for working professionals.If you will wish i will send you details of institute running correspondence course.


(3)Lastly you can take a bold step ,only when you are confident enough that after leaving your govt job you will persue MBA from reputed institue and after completion you will go for private sector job.But as this step is executed there is no turning back.So one should be fully confident and carefull before taking this step as this will also effect your incoming salary every month.
I whould like you to work on first two possibilities first before considering the third possibility.
if you wish to discuss more feel free to contact me.




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