Overview of MBA after B.Tech
MBA is one of the best career options that are chosen by Bachelors of Technology. Students who are sure of their decision to go for MBA straightaway could be a good option if they get into the best MBA programs. The main advantage is you will be well suited for the administrative positions as well. It is well known that B.Tech’s are most efficient corporate professionals after MBA. MBA is a value addition to your career which will help at next levels.
It’s an irony but fact Engineers in India are unsure of their career options until their graduation. MBA after B.Tech is a well followed option for many graduates who have no more heart in engineering (because of various factors). So doing M.Tech is out of option as it is same as digging up your own grave. Students think that doing MBA would correct their careers and would give them a chance to start afresh. But only for the sake of doing something different which the above motive would bring woes here as well. The placement in MBA is very similar to that of B.Tech where a pool of companies comes to recruit students.
Ideal time to do MBA: Ideally pursue MBA after 2-4 yrs of work experience.
Student can take any specialization based on their interests and aspirations.MBA courses are really flexible as it can accept students from various backgrounds for any specialization . Students can either take subjects related to their B.Tech specialization or try some new ones like Finance, HR, Marketing, Leadership, Banking and many more and get command over these subjects. There are some specialized courses for engineering students as well but it is not compulsory. For example:
- MBA in Engineering operations,
- MBA in Technology Management
- MBA in Information Technology
- MBA in Telecom Management
- MBA in System and Finance
- MBA in Marketing and Finance
- MBA in Telecommunications
- MBA in Telecom and HR
- MBA in Telecom and Sales
- MBA in Infrastructure management
- MBA in Retail Management
- MBA in Supply chain management
- MBA in Production Management
Students are eligible to appear a number of MBA entrance examinations–
- CAT– Common Admission Test by IIMs
- MAH-CET- Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
- MAT– Management Aptitude Test by AIMA
- XAT- by XLRI Jamshedpur
- SNAP-Symbiosis National Aptitude test
- FMS- by Delhi University
- EMAT- Electronic Management Aptitude Test
- CMAT- Calibre Management Aptitude Test
- BIMTech- Birla Institute of Management and Technology
Students also have to fulfill some eligibility criteria:
- The candidate should have graduated (B.Tech degree) from a recognized university or in his final year.
- The minimum mark require: 50% (general category) and 45% (reserved category)
- No pending backlogs.
- No upper age limit
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