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Sir, I have passed my Bsc. in mathematics with 52% ,now I am 28 year's old ,plz guide my future ,I am very confused..............!

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RE: Sir, I have passed my Bsc. in mathematics with 52% ,now I am 28 year's old ,plz guide my future ,I am very confused..............!

Sonia Agrawal
Sonia Agrawal

Hello Dear friend...


Seeing your query I would suggest you to go for MBA that is master in business administration, that too go for the specialization either in marketing or Human resource as you scored pretty less in mathematics honors better not to go for maths line.

In MBA you will learn all sorts of thing related to business world after that you can enter into corporate world and work there, you will get lot many options in job market after completing MBA, as it is a hot cake now and most of the marketing jobs are asking for that qualification. A vast range of opportunities are also there in marketing line, but before that you need to sure that you are interested to go for marketing line, and can do good in that. In marketing mostly travelling will be there so that also you need to think before taking marketing option.
Apart from this if you want to do some job that will be confined to office and will be more comfortable in terms of travelling than you can go for human resource specialization, again in HRM you need to know where your skill set lies like for going in this line you need to be good in dealing with different type of people and you should feel comfortable in social gathering and other things, as HRM is all about managing people and there needs in a company so you better be aware about it.
So I think if you can assess well and think in deep intro spection you will know what will be suitable and good for you.
Thank you

RE: Sir, I have passed my Bsc. in mathematics with 52% ,now I am 28 year's old ,plz guide my future ,I am very confused..............!

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Hello


First of all I would like to assure you that you have a bright future ahead of you and please do not worry about any concerns for your future. From your query, I understand that you have a second class divisional score in your first bachelors degree. However it is never a problem for a future career. you should have completed your BSc in your early twenties right? But since completing your BSc I assume you should have constructed some amount of work experience until now. I understand you are 28 and at this age, you are right to study a professional career oriented course. So I highly advice you to consider studying a Master of business administration degree, that is an MBA.

Advantages of an MBA:To study an MBA, a minimum of bachelors degree is the first eligibility. Apart from this, if you have also had some work experience until now, then you are sounding good too. This way you are highly capable to pursue an MBA and get into Manager level jobs. Completing an MBA, you can seek to work in a Managerial or Team leader position as, as part of the MBA program you will learn people management skills. You can also expect to get a very good pay from your previous salary. MBA graduates usually get 50% extra from their previous pay. For example, if your current salary is around 3lakh per annum, with an MBA degree you can get 1.5lakh extra, meaning 4.5 lakh all together. So an MBA will prove useful in three ways - will increase your position as to Manager level, better salary hike and also will help on future promotional activities.

MBA Schools and exam requirement:Studying an MBA from a very good school is also very important if you want to have a brighter future. A branded institute name on your CV will also impress employers to recruit you. You can therefore aim to study at reputed institutes like IIM's, IIT's, FMS Delhi, XLRI, Symbiosis, IIPM etc. To get an MBA admission at top schools you need to have a very good CAT score. You can also go for a CAT coaching centre to get a very good score, and one such famous coaching centre is ''TIME''. There are many universities, that also offer admission without CAT score but may require you to write their entrance test.

Specialisation:You can also choose any specialisation that you like to study as part of your MBA degree. You can choose to study Human resources, Marketing, Operations management, Supply chain management, accounting and finance. As you have had a BSc maths degree, you are highly eligible to study MBA with operations management.

My best wishes to you. Good luck.

RE: Sir, I have passed my Bsc. in mathematics with 52% ,now I am 28 year's old ,plz guide my future ,I am very confused..............!

ChandraKant Munde
ChandraKant Munde
Verified Career Expert
Educational And Vocational Career Guide
  • Mumbai

First i thanks to contact CareerGuide.com.com. you will get right information about you concern. I congratulate to passed your B.sc mathematics with 52% marks. you have lots of options in career sector. with the help of degree course you can apply UPSC/SSC or other government sector for job. one more thing i want to suggest you apply for master degree course it is necessary for best career opportunities.


Mathematics is used throughout the world as an essential tool in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine and social science. Most of Indian universities offer B.sc and M.sc course in mathematics. You would apply for B.ed degree course for as a teacher in secondary school level. if you will complete master degree course you will apply for NET exam or join college level as a professor. but you secured first class or b+ in master degree then you will apply for net exam.

Dear friend if you have interest in teaching field, you can join or start a private coaching classes. you will earn well nowadays. Many mathematics teacher working in coaching classes. this is good option for you.

RE: Sir, I have passed my Bsc. in mathematics with 52% ,now I am 28 year's old ,plz guide my future ,I am very confused..............!

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