satish10kumar Started The Discussion:

This is satish working as Manager - Operations for a granite company, I hold a diploma in ceramic engineering with 16 years of experience in production and marketing, willing to persue an MBA with dual specialization through distant education. Can somebody suggest whether i would be eligible to do an MBA, if yes, what are the colleges/institutions which offer the courses (Recognized universities/institutes)
Dear Sathish,

You are eligible to do MBA, however I insist that you not to take a dual specialization. Rather you shall take up a core specialization. The reason behind is nothing but, if you take a dual specialization it would not be helpful as the core one as you would be working on one particular domain.

Again if you want to do MBA just to enhance your career part then you are welcome to take up a dual specialization. Anyway All the Best!

Best regards,
Mahesh :)
Hi Satish, You can try MBA(General management) or other MBA Programs from University18. Because, these programs are more beneficial for working individuals. Executive MBA in India
Thank You Ruchika and Murali. Ruchika - IMT offers only a post graduation programme in MBA level, is it worth to go ahead.
It's really good that you are thinking for MBA. I will suggest you look at IIIT-Pune and really good for MBA. IsquareIT, SOET,PG courses in Computational Fluid Dynamics, MBA Oil & Gas, MBA Petroleum Management,MBA Oil & Gas management,CFD courses in India and register online. After registration they shall send you the brochure and program catalogue.
They are provide good placements also.


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