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You have not shared your profile, so it is difficult to give you a specific advice, however there are certain basic aspects that you need to consider while you choose your specialization.
Finance; Marketing; Human Resources and Operations Management are some of the most popular management specializations in India.Apart from this there are also sector wise specialization such as Information Systems; Entrepreneurship; Media/Entertainment; Sports; Healthcare and Non-profit.
In most of the Two Year MBA Programs; you will learn basic concepts and management theories that will become foundation of your MBA.While in the last year/semester you will focus on a subject/area of your choice.
Before finalizing your option, you should gauge your strengths, skills and liking along with your long term career goals.
Hope this helps you in refining your choices.
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There are many unexplored MBA specializations in India. go for it following will be some of those:
Energy Management, Fashion Management, Event Management, Dairy Management, Quality Management, Design Management, Rural Management, Supply Chain Management, Environment Management.
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