Roshan Rao R

What to pursue ? MBA or MS

Hi, I am Roshan, i finished my B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering in 2013 and got recruited through campus recruitment and i joined that company in 2014 and i am currently working for 1 year .I have a bond period of 2 years ,i want to decide what to do after 2 years ? Should i continue working by changing job or pursue higher studies if higher studies is it MBA or MS

by Roshan Rao R
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RE: What to pursue ? MBA or MS

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Dear roshan,

I am very glad to see you approach CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and clarifications for your career development. Let me assure that you have selected the right platform to get advice from.
I think I can guide you considering my more than 10 years of experience in counselling and industry. I appreciate your detailed query.

If you are happy in the type of job you are doing currently, then you should not quit the job and pursue higher studies. As you may be aware, there are not many job prospects and opportunities in telecom these days. Pursuing higher education definitely is valuable and you may surely opt for higher education if your family permits.

If you are interested in remaining in the technical domain, I would suggest a MS or ME. Later on may be after getting a work experience of five years, you may join a part time management course.

Please do get back to me in case you are still wanting to ask some thing or require any more clarification or guidance. I will be very glad to help you out and see you become successful in your career.

Best wishes,

Dr. Anand Wadadekar
Founder Director & CEO - Discovering Careers India
www.discoveringcareers.com

RE: What to pursue ? MBA or MS

Surabhi Dewra
Surabhi Dewra
Verified Career Expert
Founder and CEO at CareerGuide.Com
  • Noida

Roshan, I second previous reply : Stick with your job and after you have gained substantial experience say 2 yrs ( same as your bond period) then think of your higher education and think of quitting your job when you have got admit letters from university/ your desired course.

If you want to stick to technical roles MS should be preferred - if you want to move to non-technical domain do for MBA.

Good Luck

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