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Whether part time MBA has scope in Job market??

Asked by n iyer, 23 Jul '08 05:47 pm
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More than MBA through correspondence or part-time, full time has a better prospect. Its not that Correspondence or Part-Time MBA wouldnt be of any use, but its useful for working professionals. There are professionals who opt for part-time or Executive MBA and pursue their career. Full-Time MBA raises your chances to get you in a top class organization. If youre doing well in your profession and intend to complete education with correspondence or part time MBA from a reputed Institute, then its a fine option. If you are not in a profession or working in field other than your profession, then I would suggest enrolling your self for Full-time MBA.
Answered by Zeus, 23 Jul '08 06:00 pm

 
  
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Matching with Job, experience has lot of scope.
Answered by D chhetri, 24 Jul '08 02:23 pm

 
  
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If u have job do part time othervise regular
Answered by JAYANTILAL PATEL, 23 Jul '08 06:02 pm

 
  
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It has
Answered by jameel ahmed, 23 Jul '08 05:48 pm

 
  
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I would agree that any part time MBA can only be visualized as an instrument to update your knowledge about various management practices and would update, implement and understand various management practices, but cannot be used as source to jump start a career, as being part of part time or executive MBA courses one is not allowed to appear in the campus placement procedures for a new job.

Hence if one has to skills in the present job part time could be little useful, but if one really has to leap into a better job profile one should go through the rigors of regular MBA and then can bear fruits of that.

Otherwise now one year MBA programs at ISB and recently some PGPX programs at IIMC & IIMA are also in the reckoning as they are regular programs but you are eligible for campus placements atleast.
Answered by Dhiren Bhatia, 24 Jul '08 01:03 am

 
  
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