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    What to do after BCA if I don't have interest in computers field? MBA or MCA?

    What can i do after bca i have no interest in computer field so what can i do between mba or mca i am very confused





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    rickykumar24
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    Re: What to do after BCA if I don't have interest in computers field? MBA or MCA?

    dear aspirant
    if you are not interested in computer field than sould persue MBA. MBA stands for master of business administration. The scope of MBA is also very good within or outsite india. you can persue MBA in various stream such as markrting,finance,HR,IT etc…

    Their are lots of good colleges in india offering MBA programme. for getting selected in good colleges you need to qualify in the MBA entrance examination with good rank.

    TOP MBA COLLEGES:-
    1. IIM's
    2. XLRI
    3. XISS
    4.BIT mesra
    5. BHU
    6.JNU
    etc

    MBA ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS:-

    1.CAT
    2. MAT
    3.XAT
    4.CMAT
    etc




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    frehman
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    Re: What to do after BCA if I don't have interest in computers field? MBA or MCA?

    Dear Friend,

    You can go for the MBA.

    If you are not interested in Computer Field.

    MBA is 2 year management course.

    It requires minimum graduation from recognized university.

    After that it requires Entrance exam like CAT , MAT etc....

    The admission of MBA will based in Entrance exam result.


    Thank You!!!

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    Arunkumar.j
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    Re: What to do after BCA if I don't have interest in computers field? MBA or MCA?

    If you don't have interest in computers field after BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) you have to
    choose MBA (Master of Business Administration) only. MCA (Master of Computer Application) is related
    to computer field. But MBA is related to account, which is new for you. So you have to do MBA (Master of
    Business Administration) with new interest.

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