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Is online MBA a good option?

Asked by coolguy, 29 Oct '08 03:38 pm
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Gone are the times when you could give the excuse of higher studies for quitting the job. World is changing, probably faster than you could ever think. Now the smart is online. Distance education has taken a big leap by going 100% online.
Online Education empowers you with the ability of studying anytime and anywhere. No need to attend classroom, no need to rush for lectures after office hours. Study your choice of online MBA from renowned accredited university without leaving comfort of your home or office.
Online MBA implements the benefits of the internet-based technology for online education. This technology has now converted your lap top in to university. uts Online MBA has a unique feature of e- Campus called Blackboard. Its a virtual campus where you can study online, chat with fellow batch mates, talk with your tutors and also give your online assignments. All you have to do is just sit in front of your PC and get started.
Online MBA you get your study material completely o ...more
Answered by Sonam, 31 Dec '12 09:07 am

 
  
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Het Guy Cool haan, Never do anything on line except ROMANCE.
Answered by Runuma Boro, 31 Oct '08 05:19 pm

 
  
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It is not a good option, its a waste of time and money. bcz if u r doing MBA online that does't help you to get a good package. Yes ofcorse it is very useful 4 those people who are in the middle age, who already spend 10 or 15 years in service.
Answered by jassi, 31 Oct '08 04:44 pm

 
  
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It"s depend on the person, what's they looking in mba & what they want to do after mba, but now a day it's possible ..........not possible for every one who want to do mba....
Answered by ajay gupta, 31 Oct '08 10:08 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Pardeep, 31 Oct '08 10:00 am

 
  
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IT DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IN MBA and what you want out of it.
Answered by Surender Reddy, 31 Oct '08 08:14 am

 
  
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Not at all!!
Answered by Nalin Misra, 31 Oct '08 02:37 am

 
  
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Well a very gud ques to ask,which deserves an excellent and realistic answer from me,and do remember what i am saying is'nt lik m casting a falacy but it is the reality.
coming straight to d query:-I'LL RULE OUT OPTION OF ANY MBA OTHER THAN CONVENTIONAL AND FLAGSHIP ONES. AND WHY I'LL ELABORATE.
luk frnd. there are around "1400 b-schools" there in INDIA and it sounds little amazing that one should target only "90" of them,again among those 90 only "30" are there worth some respect.now this was fact but reality check says that worth of your "any" degree is then when u r institute provides u with a placement,which just means that the institute must be credentially stronger.then 1 might say that now iim's,xaviers etc. provides other option(onlin,correspondence) of MBA but my friend it cn b a deal of just a "little gain" for THOSE person who hold a min. work ex. of 10-15 yrs,caus they r d people who just need a growth in their carrier which hav already dominated its foothold but i think ...more
Answered by vivek, 30 Oct '08 11:15 pm

 
  
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During the first week of Sem there was an artile in the front page itself of Economic Times - that On Line Professional degress have lesser value and recognition. The Institutions are good and the study materials also good. But it has lesser value and scope for job... For MBA it is always better to have a Full time course if your are not employed...
Answered by Venkita Iyer, 30 Oct '08 10:49 pm

 
  
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Not so good!
Answered by DrYNI Anand, 30 Oct '08 08:59 pm

 
  
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