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    Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    hello sir/mam
    which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a civil engineering graduate?





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    punjpro
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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Hi Friend,

    Well friend, There's No special Specialization for you, since all of specialization will suit for as far as i can think off.

    So, to help you choose Specialization in MBA, i am mentioning all of them :

    Marketing,

    Management,

    Entrepreneurship,

    Finance,

    Accounting,

    Economics

    Information and Technology

    Human Resources (HR)


    Hope it helps!!
    ~Punj~




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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Hello Dear Friend..........

    Specialization tells your life in future..........So we need to be very careful.........

    Various Specializations in M.B.A .....are

    1.Finance

    2.Marketing......

    3.Operations....

    4.Information Technology

    5.human Resources.....


    Each and every specialization play very major role ..........

    For females===HR....IT ..is good

    For Males......Marketing is suitable...............





    ALL THE VERY BEST

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    Hi friend,

    Most suitable MBA specializations in for Civil Engineers are:

    • Engineering
    • Technology Management
    • General Management
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Industrial Management.
    • Technology Management.


    • To pursue MBA you must have completed your Engineering degree with at least 50% degree.

    Most prestigious MBA in India:



    Indian Institute of Management’s(IIM)

    Institute of Management & Technology

    Institute of Rural Management

    ISB - Indian School of Business

    Bharathidasan Institute of Management

    FMS - Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi

    Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

    Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies

    Loyola Institute of Business Administration

    Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies

    S. P. Jain Institute of Management Studies

    Symbiosis Institute of Business Management

    Xavier Institute of Management

    XLRI - Xavier Labor Research Institute




    All the best.

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

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    hello sir/mam
    which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a civil engineering graduate?
    MBA stands for Master of Business Administration .

    It's an Master degree Course . The duration of the Course is for two years and the Course is divided into four semester . There are lot Specialization Available in MBA Course may choose any one of the Specialization as your wish .

    Here i provide you some best Specialization for MBA Course , Please choose any one of the Specialization in which you have interested .

    MBA Course Specialization :-

    MBA in Entrepreneurship
    MBA in Information Technology
    MBA in International Trade and Business
    MBA in Knowledge management
    MBA in Leadership
    MBA in Marketing
    MBA in Media
    MBA in e-Business
    MBA in Education
    MBA in Engineering
    MBA in Nonprofit and Government
    MBA in Operations and Logistics
    MBA in Organizational
    MBA in Criminal Justice
    MBA in Systems
    MBA in Technology management
    MBA in Finance
    MBA in General management
    MBA in Sport management
    MBA in Human Resources
    MBA in Industrial management
    MBA in Executive
    MBA in Finance
    MBA in Consumer Behavior
    MBA in Telecommunications
    MBA in Global management
    MBA in Health Care
    MBA in Hospitality and Tourism


    Eligibility Criteria for MBA Course :-

    >> The Applicant should qualified in Bachelor degree in any discipline from recognized University .
    >> The Applicant should score Minimum 60% Percentage of marks .
    >> Any stream Applicant may eligible to apply for this Course .
    >> The Applicant should Qualified in Entrance Examination ( ie:- MAT /CAT /GMAT )
    >> First preference will given for , the candidate who score good percentage of marks in Entrance Examination


    Important :-

    >> MBA Entrance Examination is Mandatory to Apply for MBA Course .
    >> 12th/ Diploma candidates are not eligible for MBA Course .
    >> There is No Age Limit for MBA Course
    >> Some reputed Colleges may require Work Experience


    Books for MBA Entrance Examination :-

    ## CAT Examination ( Solved Papers ) by Deepak Agarwal, Shipra Agarwal
    ## MAT Entrance Examination ( Guide ) by Deepak Agarwal/ Mahima Agarwal
    ## CAT Examination ( Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning ) by T. I. M. E.
    ## CAT Examination ( Verbal Ability ) by Sujit Kumar
    ## CAT Examination ( Study package ) by Arun Sharma/ Meenakshi Upadhyay
    ## MAT Examination ( Pearson MAT Super Course ) by T. I. M. E.


    Top MBA Colleges in India :-
    • SP Jain Institute of Management & Research
    • Indian Institute of foreign Trade
    • Great Lakes Institute of Management
    • Xavier Labor relations Institute
    • International Management Institute
    • Symbiosis Institute of Business Management
    • Xavier Institute of Management
    • Jamanlal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies
    • Management Development Institute
    • Faculty of Management Studies
    • Indian School of Business

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Dear Friend,

    you are engineer MBA not provided the Civil engineering Field.

    but it provides the various management field.

    Finance

    Marketing

    HR
    etc..

    it requires only the bechelor degree from recognized university.

    After that it requires the entrance exam like
    CAT,MAT etc..

    The admission of MBA will based on entrance exam result.

    Thank You!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Your suitable streams in MBA are:

    MBA - Business Administration
    MBA - Business Management
    MBA - Clinical Research
    MBA - Construction Management
    MBA - Economics
    MBA - Fashion Designing
    MBA - Finance
    MBA - Health Care
    MBA - Hospital Administration
    MBA - Hospitality Management
    MBA - Hotel Management
    MBA - Human Resources ( HR)
    MBA - Information Technology
    MBA - Infrastructure Management
    MBA - Insurance & Risk Management

    Few mba exams are:

    —» AIIMS - All India Institute of Medical Sciences AIIMS Entrance Exam

    —» AFMC - Armed Forces Medical College Exam AFMC Entrance Exam

    —» AIPMT - All India Pre-Medical / Pre-Dental Entrance Examination AIPMT Exam

    —» AIPGDET - All India Post Graduate Dental Entrance Test AIPGDET

    —» AIPGMET - All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test AIPGMET

    —» AIPVT - All India Pre Veterinart Test AIPVT Medical Entrance Exam

    MBA programs to ensure consistency and quality of graduate business education.

    1. Indian Institute Of Management Ahmedabad (IIM Ahmedabad)

    It is one of the premier institutes of management education in India. It was established 1961.

    2. Indian Institute Of Management Bangalore (IIM Bangalore)

    It is one of the best management institutes in India. It was established in the year 1973.

    3. Management Development Institute Gurgaon (MDI Gurgaon)

    It is a business school in India. It was established in 1973

    4. Indian Institute Of Management Calcutta (IIM Calcutta)

    It is the oldest of the seven Indian Institutes of Management. The institute was established in November 1961.

    5. Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur (XLRI Jamshedpur)

    It was established in 1949

    6. Indian Institute Of Foreign Trade, Delhi (IIFT Delhi)

    The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) is an autonomous organization set up in 1963

    7. National Institute Of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai (NIIE Mumbai)

    It was established by the Government of India in the year 1963.

    8. Institute Of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA)

    IRMA was established in 1979 at Anand, Gujarat.

    9. S.P.Jain Institute Of Management & Research ,Mumbai (SP JIMR Mumbai)

    10. Xavier Institute Of Management, Bhubaneswar (XIM Bhubaneswar)

    Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar started functioning in 1987

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Lot of specialization streams are available as part of MBA course. Some of the important specialization streams offered in MBA course level are HR, Marketing, Finance, Retail, Systems and Operations etc. You can choose any stream of specialization. Being an engineering graduate you can opt for Systems and Operations. A finance stream is also suitable option. HR will help you to deal with people related aspects. Marketing is another option which has good scope in the job market. So, you can take up any stream after evaluating the scope of each specialization subject separately.

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Following streams in MBA are good for civil engineers-

    1 MBA in construction management

    2 MBA in infrastructure management

    3 MBA in ship and off shore management

    4 MBA in HR.

    colleges for MBA in construction management-

    National institute of construction management and research,
    Mumbai

    Karunya school of management,Coimbatore

    ERA business school new delhi.

    colleges for infrastructure management are-

    Academy of maritime education and training,
    Chennai

    University of petroleum and energy studies,
    Dehradun

    Adani institute of infrastructure management,
    Ahemdabad

    School of management for infrastructure and development studies,
    Bangalore

    Punjab university,
    Chandigarh.

    colleges for MBA in HR-

    All india institute of management studies,Chennai

    indian school of business management and administration, Thane

    Bangalore management academy

    Jamnala Bajaj institute of management studies,Mumbai

    Indian institute of social welfare and business management,Kolkata.

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Dear friend,
    Various Specializations in M.B.A .....are

    1.Finance

    2.Marketing......

    3.Operations....

    4.Information Technology

    5.human Resources.....

    best of luck...

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear MBA can be done in many ways and in different fields , as you are a civil engineer better to go for
    • marketing and,
    • finance as subjects ,
    if you choose your career in marketing is good to travel and meet the people and than enhance his/her own contacts and communications.
    you can develop the self personality,
    dear you have many number of specializations in MBA degree are like
    • MBA IN EDUCATION,
    • MBA IN E-BUSINESS,
    • MBA IN ENGINEERING,
    • MBA IN EXECUTIVE,
    • MBA IN GENERAL MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN HEALTH CARE,
    • MBA IN HUMAN RESOURCE,
    • MBA IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN MEDIA,
    • MBA IN ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN GLOBAL MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM,
    • MBA IN INFORMATION SYSTEM,
    • MBA IN LEADERSHIP,
    • MBA IN IN MARKETING,
    • MBA IN NON PROFIT AND GOVERNMENT,
    • MBA IN SPORT MANAGEMENT,
    • MBA IN IN TELECOMMUNICATION,

    you can learn wide variety of subjects in finance like
    corporate finance,
    costing,
    budgeting,
    international finance,
    working with capital mangemnt,
    investments and securities etc,,

    you have wide variety of jobs in FINANCE specializations,
    human resource
    human resource management is specialized function dedicated to the entire gamut of activities concerning peoples,
    the human resource is divided into three areas
    • plant personnel,
    • corporate personnel,
    • HRD,
    MARKETING,
    in sales and marketing MBA is recruited with 2-3 areas
    like
    • sales management,
    • brand management,
    operations
    operations in the management world encompasses almost all teh areas that reflect teh efficiency of the organizations in teh area of background, work and execution,
    it also includes inventory management,
    • vendor development,
    • purchasing management,
    • and many other multi -disciplinary skills..
    so dear all the specializations are good to you,according to your interest you have to concentrate .
    all teh best

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    Hello friend !!

    MBA -- Master of Business Administration.

    As we all know, MBA is a PG Course.

    These days, MBA is often chosen by many Engineers and also regular Bachelor Degree holders.

    Due to the demand of MBA Degree holders, the demand for the Course also increase, with many top Colleges are establishing for giving only MBA Course.

    And also many of the existing colleges including MBA as a course.

    The Admission is based on the Entrance Examination Merit.

    You must be a Graduate in any discipline for getting into this course.

    MBA Entrance Exams :

    CAT (for IIMs),

    MAT (AIMA),

    XAT (XLRI),

    FMS,

    JMET (IITs & IISc),

    Best of the best Specializations in MBA are given below :

    MBA in Finance

    MBA in Health (Pharmaceuticals)

    MBA in Consultancy

    MBA in Information Technology

    MBA in Telecommunications

    MBA in Media

    MBA in Services

    MBA in Hospitality Management

    MBA in Petroleum Studies

    MBA in Public Relations

    MBA in Real Estate

    MBA in Retail Management

    MBA in Rural Management

    MBA in Sales & Marketing

    MBA in Supply Chain Management

    MBA in Telecom Management

    MBA in Infrastructure Management

    Note :

    Being a Civil Engineers, you can select any of the specialization mentioned above.

    There is no specific Specializations defined for Civil Engineers.

    Any Graduate can choose any specialization, this is the best part of MBA.

    But the thing is specializations vary for Medical Students.

    Top Colleges of MBA in India :

    IIM Bangalore

    IIM Ahmedabad

    IIM Calcutta

    IIM Lucknow

    Institute of Rural Management, Anand

    XLRI, Jamshedpur

    Management Development Institute, Gurgaon

    Indian Institute of Management , Indore

    S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai

    Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi

    Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

    International Management Institute, New Delhi

    Good Luck !!

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    Re: Which is the most suitable MBA specialization for a Civil Engineering Graduate?

    [COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]MBA Specializations :[/COLOR]

    MBA in Marketing

    MBA in Finance

    MBA in Accounting

    MBA in Human Resource

    MBA in Hospitality

    MBA in Operations

    MBA in IT

    MBA in Systems

    MBA in Operations Management

    MBA in International Management





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