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  • 22nd February 2013 07:14 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    sir i want mba after bca
  • 5th January 2013 08:23 PM
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    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    can i do mba after bsc by zoology botany nd chemistry?
  • 5th January 2013 08:14 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    can i do mba after bsc by zoology botany nd chemistry?
  • 5th February 2012 10:09 AM
    RajveerSingh

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    It's always rather a regular correspondence or part time in college is better to do MBA. It is quite obvious that MBA through CAT exam is the best way to get into college. The advantage of CAT test is that almost all top listed colleges and colleges for those of you individually do not apply. name and affiliation of the college. You should also make sure that the university is accredited. If you are confident of college and university part-time or very well so you can correspond MBA method ..
    CAT exam colleges-
    Indian Institute of Management – Ahmedabad
    Indian Institute of Management – Bangalore
    Indian Institute of Management – Calcutta
    Indian Institute of Management – Indore
    Indian Institute of Management – Lucknow
  • 4th February 2012 11:32 PM
    selvakumar

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    Quote Originally Posted by vijay_vad View Post
    hello i am vijay..studying in 2nd year bbm...i want to do to mba...i have a aggregate of 61% till now in bbm..my question is:
    Doing mba in a regular way.i.e join college after cracking CAT or anyother competitve exams and doing a full tym course is worth or
    doing mba while working with a bbm degree is better?
    Plzzz plzzz help me as i have heard doing executive mba is not worth..But i have also heard that there are colleges where you have a provision to work in weekdays and study in the weekends...IS that type of doing a mba course worth?? i mean does it have any scope..plzzzz answer my questions..i have in mind to do mba along with the job..so plzzz guide me to the best option!
    CAT Examination is one of the best way to get admission for MBA course top Management colleges in our country . So , You may crack the CAT Examination to get admission for MBA course .

    MBA Regular having good scope when Compared to Executive MBA and Distance MBA course . So , I suggest You to apply for MBA course in regular Mode . Then definitely find good job in reputed companies .

    You should develop your work experience before apply for MBA course , So that you get first preference to get admission for MBA course .

    MBA :- Master of Business Administration . The duration of the course is for two years and the course is divided into four semester . There is good scope for MBA course in both the government and private sectors .

    MBA course having lot specialization like , Financial management / Human Resource Management / Marketing Management / Logistics Management / Advertisement management / Hospital Management etc...

    If your aspiring to apply for MBA course then you should complete bachelor degree in any stream from recognized . You should get Minimum 60% percentage of marks in Graduation and You should have Minimum two years work Experience . If you having work experience the you will get more preference while in admission for MBA course . You should also qualified in any one of the MBA entrance Examination CAT ( Common Admission Test ) / MAT Management Aptitude Test ) / GMAT ( Graduate Management Aptitude Test ) etc..

    CAT :- ( Common Admission Test ) . This Examination is conducted by Indian Institute of Management for every year . If your interested to apply for the examination then yo should complete graduation in any discipline from recognized university or equivalent Examination . You should score minimum 55% percentage of marks in bachelor degree . Final year candidates are also eligible to apply for the Examination .

    Syllabus for CAT Examination :-
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    -Verbal ability and reasoning
    -Reading Comprehension
    -Quantitative skills
    -Data Interpretation
    -Analytical and Logical reasoning

    So i suggest you to apply for MBA course in regular mode through CAT ( Common Admission Test ) .
  • 4th February 2012 11:26 AM
    praf

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    Hello my friend

    Regarding your question I will suggest you to do MBA with any part time job , bacause after completing the course you will not count as a fresher and you should know that being a fresher MBA graduate job will

    be less of less salary.
  • 3rd February 2012 07:11 PM
    Expert

    Re: Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    It is always better to do M.B.A in a regular college rather than by correspondence or Part time. It is quite evident that the best way to get into an M.B.A college is through the C.A.T exam. The advantage of C.A.T exam is that almost all the top colleges are being listed and you don’t have to apply for those colleges individually. The top colleges that provide an MBA degree are the IIM’s, the Tata institute in Mumbai, Symbiosis etc. When you are opting for an MBA part time or correspondence option, the most important point that you need to look out is the name of the institute and also the affiliation of the college. You should also make sure that the university is a recognized one. If you are confident of the college and the university then you can very well do the part time or the correspondence method of M.B.A.
  • 28th January 2012 05:23 PM
    vijay_vad

    Is it a good option to do MBA in regular way i.e., getting admission through CAT? If not, Is there any other best option(Competitive exams)? Which is the better option between "full time MBA" & "MBA with job"?

    hello i am vijay..studying in 2nd year bbm...i want to do to mba...i have a aggregate of 61% till now in bbm..my question is:
    Doing mba in a regular way.i.e join college after cracking CAT or anyother competitve exams and doing a full tym course is worth or
    doing mba while working with a bbm degree is better?
    Plzzz plzzz help me as i have heard doing executive mba is not worth..But i have also heard that there are colleges where you have a provision to work in weekdays and study in the weekends...IS that type of doing a mba course worth?? i mean does it have any scope..plzzzz answer my questions..i have in mind to do mba along with the job..so plzzz guide me to the best option!

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