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Hai, I did my B.tech biotechnolgy, and I completed it in may 2013. Now am planning for doing my Post Graduate, I dont know whether to choose MBA or MS. please provide me some idea regarding choosing my degree and which college should I choose to do my PG. And tell me whether NTU will be good to do my PG. Thank you
Dear FriendAfter doing btech in biotech engineering putting such query seems to be difficult to answer. Our academic system seems to be helpless, why students like you are being self groomed with such dilemetic questions about future career. As you have spent your four years to obtain the quality degree and now racing with the confusion whether I need to do MBA or should continue same which indicates the mind state with great confusion where confidence is lacking on your deed at btech level. Why it is so? I use to hear such remarks from young genereation like biotech is worthless due to saturation, computer is jobless, mechanical is irretating likewise remarking in rackless manner and misleading subjects, coming genereation because of our own fault , one has to spend time in justfied manner before taking time, we have opted the certain program based on certain references seem to be irrelevent which came to the realization after commiting the problem (after doing the degree is real statement). Why it is so?? after spending money, time and effort and now taking U turn where a big corwd is travelling in opposite direction so be ready to face the consequence. Of course you will argue MBA is the great option even govt has approaved the MBA in biotechnology where managerial skills are required it is true as exceptional candidate does go for such study at advance level where ratio is very thin even IITans are doing so after B TECH and then enjoy the life. My dear friend same type of examples are available in UPSC also many medical students, engineers and other aspirants opt the odd jobs after finishing the core course program. But it is realized in poor ratio where exeptional students crack it after hard and tough decesion. I am trying to explain you that do the self analysis with the bent of your critical mind then discuss the pros and cons of your current strength without allegating the subject where you are not eligible to define it academically. Once you draw the conclusion then you can give the solid trial to attempt a career where you will explore the best out of it, not for the sake of bread and butter which is a mediocre approach. Focus on the real world without raising the doubts----Manoj
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