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Frank answer to your question is JOB.
Please get a first hand experience of what the market demands. Just getting a degree or a certificate for the sake of aquiring degrees makes no sense. More important is learning from the course and making use of it.
As such just for general knowledge sake you can opt for an Executive MBA program.
Wish you good luck..
Well, the best thing would be to enter the job market (could be an intern, probationer, trainee etc) and then opt for a refresher course or certificate course in a specialized area of interest, after a few years of work experience.
In case, you are keen to be an academician, you may appear for CSIR UGC NET and enroll for a Ph.d. Some institutes offer teaching assistantship options along with research. This will make you ready for teaching positions in the management institutes.
You of course have the option of becoming an entrepreneur. I would however recommend a few years of work experience before you take the plunge. It would be nice if you work with a mentor.
So, options are many (a few mentioned above), depending on what you want to do. Please get to know yourself and move ahead.
Best of luck,
Thank you for asking this question. well to start off to answer your concern, I would ask you presuming that you are in college as of now as you are asking this question, what are you doing while you are in college.
Are you doing any of the followings
1. part of any societies
2. part of any fest or team
3. Any projects or internships
4. what all subjects are doing practically in terms of gaining market knowledge
5. who are you connecting with both online and offline during your semester and breaks
All the above will help you to understand and be clear on your interest areas.
As there are many things you can do post-MBA be it professionally, personally and socially.
You should be clear, what do you want to do, are you doing MBA as a form higher education or are you doing it as a part to gain job opportunity in your chosen area of work or domain.
There is no one size fit all solution, you need to keep yourself fully networked and aware about opportunities and connections that will help you to get to the level you want to achieve and also accelerate your learning as well as earning opportunities.
Akshad, don't stress yourself, have a clear goal and intention what you want to do post-MBA and ten accordingly plan your journey.
Identify your interest with people who are doing what you want to do in coming times ahead.
Have mentors and coaches in your life. who will guide, motivate and inspire you in your academic journey as of now and in your professional future.
Take time and structure your action plan.
No once can plan the future, but anyone can prepare for the future.
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