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    How to proceed with higher studies after B.Tech? Should I plan for MS or MBA? Which is more economical?

    after b.tech
    after b.tech what shall i proceed with and have no idea about m.s in other countries?
    is mba is preferable or ms preferable and i have an aggregreate of 60% in btech i cant afford more please find me a solution





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    anamikasen
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    Re: How to proceed with higher studies after B.Tech? Should I plan for MS or MBA? Which is more economical?

    Hello,
    Well you have mentioned two very important things. One is that you want to do higher studies, which is very very impressive. One more thing is you
    cannot afford more. Now this is really a problem, for very many diligent student in different parts of the country. Now what I am suggesting now, can help you. See MBA and MS both courses are career oriented. MS is more career oriented than MBA. But MS is much much costlier than MBA. If you do
    MS here, this will not help much. But if you do it from abroad, then you will get good accreditation in India as well as abroad and will be posted in companies equivalently. But as I said, the cost for such courses is huge. So what you need now, is a less cost course which will give you job in a multi-national company and then while earning there in the company go for MS and settle in abroad.
    Now Ignou MBA will be the lowest cost and the best educative course that you can get. Already you have 60% in your graduation. So you are eligible for the MBA entrance examination held by Ignou, which is OPENMAT. This year next openmat is to be held in August, 2013. So you can download the
    brochure and form from their official website www.ignou.ac.in and then going to Student Zone. On successful submission of the form you will get a hall ticket and you will be eligible for openmat examination. If you get more than 50% in openmat you will be admitted in Ignou MBA. Good Luck.




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