MBA ke liye kaunsa subject choose karun or kya distance learning course sahi rhega

mam me 3rd ye ki student hu or mba krna chahti hu bt ye samjh nhi aa rha ki kaunsa subject choose kru. plz help me kya distance learning mba regular mba k barabar hi hota h

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RE: MBA ke liye kaunsa subject choose karun or kya distance learning course sahi rhega

Sonia Agrawal
Sonia Agrawal

Hello dear friend...

First of all I would like to thank you for coming to and asking your query to us, it is our pleasure to answer you and guide in any manner we could. we will try our best for that.

Coming to your query I would suggest to go for regular MBA option and choose human resource subjects as it is a very good field for girls and women to start with. I did my MBA in human resource only and regular and I was the topper of my college and state as well, currently I am working as a human resource manager in a corporate and I am having more than three years of experience in the same filed.You can even earn good also in the same field and secure your future and stability is also there in this field, it is very good option for girls as per my experience.

Again you need to know that regular courses are having more importance than distance courses, but in case you cannot go for regular course than you can go for distance course many universities are having that option like IGNOU which is having all subjects and courses for distance learning programs.

But any day regular course is better than distance learning so I would suggest for regular course only.

While searching for job also regular course people are preferred more as compare to distance course persons.

Hope above all clarify your doubt and now you will see your future in MBA and will go for regular course in MBA with HR subjects, if you are good in marketing skills, you can go for marketing subjects and select a career in that too, it is also having good job opportunities in market an growth is more but the only thing is more labor you have to put, targets will be there and incentives based on achievements will also will be there.

At the end decisions is your you need to decide.

Thank you

RE: MBA ke liye kaunsa subject choose karun or kya distance learning course sahi rhega

Ravi Thakor
Ravi Thakor
Verified Career Expert
Business Analyst at Capital Novus
  • Ahmedabad

Virtual learningis giving millions of people across the globe a new way to further their education. Students who are not in a position to study full-time due to work commitments, family priorities or financial reasons are able to consider studying from home. Thedistance learning MBAis gaining popularity, with many of the world's top business schools developing virtual learning courses that can match up to their existing full-time programs. IE andWarwick Business Schoolare the top two business schools in the world offering distance learning MBAs, but how do they measure up to their full-time counterparts in reality? Read on to discover more about the benefits of distance learning as well as its downsides.

Distance learning and new technologies
Webinars and virtual learning environments are relatively new phenomena in the distance learning world. It's only in the last decade or so that new video and interactive technologies have become readily available worldwide and our bandwidth speeds are able to keep up. Unfortunately because of its relative newness, there are the obvious teething problems with distance learning courses. Out of the wide range of people that sit in on these webinars there will always be one, certainly in the initial weeks, who cannot get their microphone or speakers to work and you're likely be distracted by the regular sound effects from local emergency services from around the globe, which will probably begin to lose its novelty at some point in week three.
To find out whether these problems affected even the most prestigious of universities, the author of this piece sat in on a webinar for distance learning MBA applicants of the Warwick Business School in the UK where it was clear that the majority of people were newcomers to the web chat environment. This led to people talking on top of each other and numerous recitations of the phrase 'can you hear menow?' Not exactly the slick, professional atmosphere you would expect from a leading business school.
Despite these initial problems it is extremely clear from the outset that these classes operate precisely as a real seminar would, with just as much interaction and equal amounts of support from faculty members. There are obvious advantages too; pause, rewind and fast forward are just three of the best examples of how technology makes life so much easier for the conscientious modern student. At a top business school such as WBS there will be just as high a level of intellectual discussion as on a face-to-face full-time MBA course, but it may take a little bit of getting used to the quirks of web based learning. Nigel Pye, assistant dean for the executive and distant learning MBA programs at Warwick Business School asserts that "teaching methods must inevitably be adapted to cater for the online environment, but this can be a benefit since students can choose the methods that best suit them. They can listen to lectures while driving, watch lectures on their computer or download material for reading."
Lack of face-to-face time in virtual learning
The comforting notions of being able to train for your MBA at home in your pajamas is very alluring but there are disadvantages to this comfort, as you do not have much face-to-face training which will help develop your business skills in a real environment where verbal communication is one of the most important skills to master.
This does not mean however that distance learning programs ignore the value of face-to-face interaction. "By the very nature of the delivery method we do not have the same degree of face-to-face contact as with full-time students, but there is the opportunity for regular interaction between the student, WBS and other students. All DL program related staff - faculty and administrators - receive a daily digest of items raised on the discussion boards so that they can respond quickly to any issues or questions," Pye explains.
The main thing to realise when researching possible courses, is that a distance learning MBA is very much distinct from an online MBA or a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) and because this is the case, your place of study may well require you to be present at a number of learning events. Pye discusses this; "There are three key points in the course where students must attend Warwick Business School; twice in the first year, for four or five days, and once in the second year for one to three days, depending on elective modules chosen. In addition, a five-day face-to-face module is included in the price of the course. This module may be taken at Warwick or one of our many worldwide partner universities in places such as Dubai, Singapore, Germany or China."
So if the main selling point of taking a distance learning MBA for you is the ability to remain alone and anonymous, then it's likely that Warwick's program may sound daunting. Despite this, the alternative options of studying a MOOC or a solely online MBA wouldn't nurture growth in these areas as much as a full-time or even a distance MBA would. Both WBS courses make face-to-face learning a compulsory factor in order to develop solid communication and interpersonal skills which are essential in business.
Home distractions and the virtual learning workload
Even the most dedicated of students will struggle to stay alert throughout a two-hour long virtual learning session, especially when you're just one click away from your emails or Facebook or the entirety of the internet. If you're not using a webcam, the temptation to sneak away to make a killer five-tier sandwich is somewhat powerful, and something you wouldn't be able to do in a real life seminar - even if you were still tempted to. This is just one reason why distance learners must have a great deal of self-motivation and discipline in the long term in order to keep up a regular routine of studying. And, as you are not required to view lectures at specific times, keeping up with the workload can get hard, especially if you have the added stress of another job.
Pye says, 'For some students a sudden spike in their job's workload or family issues may mean they start to fall behind; we have a very flexible program of modules that allows students to defer individual modules or even temporarily withdraw from the program. It can be done in 34 months but we allow up to 60 months to complete the course.

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RE: MBA ke liye kaunsa subject choose karun or kya distance learning course sahi rhega

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Hello My Dear...

I am happy that you decided to approach CareerGuide for seeking guidance and getting out of your confusion over which specialisation to choose in MBA course and whether distance learning would be good. I would like to appreciate that you are very well thinking in advance for your future career and that is a very good thing. But I did not understand why did you ask the question in hindi instead of English? Anyways...

to be able to choose the right subject for your MBA specialisation, what you need to find out first is, what is that subject which you like the most in BCom studies. Is it economics, is it taxation/accounting, is it maths, is it secretarial practice, etc. Based on this you will be able to judge which specialisation can be good for you.

If you like accounting/taxation, then MBA Finance would be good. If you like Economics, then may be MBA International Business would be good. If you like maths/secretarila practice/law, then may be MBA HR would be good. If you like marketing, then may be MBA Marketing would be good.

My Dear... You should choose the specialisation based on your interests, likings, passion, so that at the end you do not feel that you are in the wrong job or sector or specialisation.

Since you will be graduating very soon, I would NOT recommedn you distance learning MBA. The industry prefers distance learning courses only from those who have work experience of some years. I would strongly suggest you to go for full time MBA course in a reputed Institute. Please do not take the distance learning route just because people are doing it. In India distance learning and that too a course like MBA is not famous and many students are frustrated and depressed since they are not getting job based on this.

My Dear... Distance MBA and Regular MBA is not equivalent in terms of experience . Distance MBA is not approved by AICTE or UGC. Regular MBA is approved by University or AICTE or both.

My Dear... Please go for regular MBA and you will be a different person.

Best Luck

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RE: MBA ke liye kaunsa subject choose karun or kya distance learning course sahi rhega

Sachin Grover
Sachin Grover

mba ke liye finance or marketing best subjects hai

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