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    Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    Hiiiii I was a BCA student and then i have choosen MBA for my post graduation, pls guide me whether it will be better for me to choose MBA-IT ? does it has a scope or good jobs in 2012





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    cruz
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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    Of course yes!
    >>It is a very good decision to choose mBA IT after your BCA degree.
    >>But it will be better for you to choose MBA after gaining some experience in your respective field.
    >>Symbiosys offers a unique degree which will be helpful to boost up your career as your qualification is BCA.
    >>That course is post graduate diploma in information system management.
    >>This course has a vast job oppertunity in the managerial sector of the IT companies.

    All the best




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    vinovijay91
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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    HAI,
    It is a good decision if you got admission in top universities or institutes there is no need of worrying about job
    There are so many IT sector recruiting MBA(IT) graduates
    some of he companies are
    1.TCS
    2.CTS
    3.WIPRO
    4.HCL
    5.INFOSYS
    BEST OF LUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    It is a good decision To opt BCA after completing 12th??

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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    Hello My Dear Aspirant,



    Yes, MBA IT is the GOOD DECISION to you after completing your graduation in BCA Course, If you do MBA then you will be having more scope to get good opportunities in your career in good companies with good packages, and here you will be having chance to enter in directly senior level management and middle level management.If you go for MCA Course then you will be having less chance to get employment opportunities in top companies and you don't have chance to get opportunities with huge packages.you will get very less packages.To get admissions in to MBA course then you have to qualify in entrance exams like CAT,MAT,GMAT,XAT,GET entrance tests, if you get more than 90 percentile then you will be having chance to get admission in to top business schools.


    Eligibility Criteria for MBA Course:

    You must be completed your graduation with 50% of marks from recognized university with any stream and if you are belonging to SC and ST candidates then 45% of marks are eligible.There is no age limit to apply for this entrance exams.



    Once if you complete MBA in IT then you will be having chance to get opportunities in all the IT companies,but try to do good business schools,where you will be having chance to get opportunities in the campus itself.if you come out from the institute then it will be tough to get opportunities.

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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    What will b the best for me after my completion of graduation If I will not get 50% marks in graduation then what should I do?plz reply

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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    what to do after bsc in biology to find a great job

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    Re: Is it a good decision to opt MBA-IT after completing BCA? What is the scope of MBA(IT) in terms of Job opportunities?

    is mba have more scope in future?

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