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    Will it be helpful for my career and Increments if I do MBA Course after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as Planner in SAP(Plant Maintenance)? If yes,Which subject should I select as main one in MBA course?

    what about doing distance MBA after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as a planner in SAP (Plant Maintenance).Is it really helpful for my future career and increments. If yes which should I select as my Main subject?





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    jaymanish
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    Re: Will it be helpful for my career and Increments if I do MBA Course after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as Planner in SAP(Plant Maintenance)? If yes,Which subject should I select as main one in MBA course?

    yes it is good if u go for an MBA....
    Top MBA Streams in India, MBA Fields,=> Banking & Finance, HR, Marketing, Retail, IT, List of Different MBA Streams in India ..
    you should go for Banking & Finance or IT




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    punx
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    Re: Will it be helpful for my career and Increments if I do MBA Course after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as Planner in SAP(Plant Maintenance)? If yes,Which subject should I select as main one in MBA course?

    Already you are working as a Electrical engineer so i do't think MBA is good option for you rather M.Tech is option for you to get increments and salary growth is also good if you do M.Tech. MBA is 2nd option you MBA in finance good choice

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    vipul sharma
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    Re: Will it be helpful for my career and Increments if I do MBA Course after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as Planner in SAP(Plant Maintenance)? If yes,Which subject should I select as main one in MBA course?

    MBA is always helpful to enhance your future prospectus, your growth chances and most important of
    all your knowledge level and management skills. MBA is a very versatile degree and it help you in
    trasformaing yourself to a management professional. This is the reason why MBA degree attracts
    students from various different backgrounds. And engineers are the ones that are nowadays more and
    more preferring MBA course. So you can also go for a MBA course. And don't only think about the
    increments or promotions.Think it as a degree that will do some positive value addition to your
    profile. Also let me tell you if you go for a Distance learning programme, you will not get any
    immediate results from that.But in long term you will surely reap some fruits from it. And don't
    worry about the job profile that you are currently in. A MBA degree will help you to even work
    in cross functional job profiles. So you can choose any branch of your intrest. But i will recommend
    you to go for Operations management . Remember Operations management is highly recommandable for you
    as it is most relevant to your current job profile.

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    vinay21feb
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    Re: Will it be helpful for my career and Increments if I do MBA Course after completing Electrical Engineering and now working as Planner in SAP(Plant Maintenance)? If yes,Which subject should I select as main one in MBA course?

    For doing MBA first of all you have to be graduate.It can be in any stream.
    You can opt for B.sc.B.A,B.Com,BBA or if u also want to have tecnical knowledge then you can pursue B.E or B.tech and then MBA from any university.
    Some of the bestcolleges are the IIMs and Symbiosis.

    You have to appear for CAT i.e,Common Admission Test and score above cutoff.
    The test patern is:
    There will be 2 sections in the test. The sections are Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation , Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning. Each of the sections will have 30 questions with a duration of 1 hour and 10 min. There is a 15-minute tutorial before the start of the test .The total duration of the test will be 2 hours and 35 min.

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