After Job Experience Regular Or Distance MBA.??? - CiteHR
Aa_somani
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Hi All...

I am running through a big question and m looking for an effective solution. M working as an HR-Recruiter with a placement consultancy from last 7 months. As growth in a Placement Consultancy is very limited dat is y i m looking for an opportunity as an HR-Executive/Assistant at any other organisation where I can learn more than recruitment but for that I need to have an MBA degree. Now I am in a big question whether I shall go for Distance Education or the regular one, if I opt for distance will it b advantageous.?? If I opt for regular MBA then I have to leave my job which I am not planning for. Please Suggest me what shall I do at this moment for a better career growth.???
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If you have time and money then opt for regular coourse, it has more demand than the distance one.
Correspondance or distance MBA is not prefferred by some branded companies instead I am doing correspondance MBA from IGNOU but I have 7 yrs of experience working at various posts and companies.
But as you are still a fressher/ starter you can complete your full time MBA then look out for job directly in ggod companies and you will be having 7 months of experience always with you.
And experience is never worthless, any type of job experience is always worthfull.
What Yasmin is saying is true same condition with me I have experience of 13 yrs. but for additional qualification i am doing my MBA from Symbiosis....
The above friends speak absolutely right. Go for regular MBA that too good colleges. Since you have 7 months experience in Hr activities you can wait for to complete it as one year. And there are various HR openings where they don't stick to MBA candidate.
I w2ould suggest you to wait and move
you can contact me regarding this
All the best
Regards
Aneesh
Thanx to all for suggestion....
Well, I was going through the site of IISWBM one of the renowned B-School in Kolkata which is offering MBA programme through Evening Classes. Thou its charging a good amount of around 4.8lacs but that isn't a matter when education loan system is there. I am preferring for it as b'coz for it I don't have to leave my job & at the same time I will also pursue MBA (Part-time).Do you think this will be helpful for me or I shall go Symbi Dist Education.??? Plss Suggest..:-))
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