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Nashbramhall
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hi i am a bsc computer science graduate and am a fresher having no experience i am planning to do a mba course now bt can suggest me which is the best specialization for me which will help me in my future carrier please help me thanks shreyash
Shreyash,
With your small mail i could able to judge your confusion over your next move in education.
As you have done your graduation in comp science you can do your MSc in same which is an obvous progression.
However doing an MBA is also a good choice.
Today even MBA also lost its charm. many tom dick and harry colleges are offering MBA which will no way add value to you other than a degree certificate.
My suggestion is to continue your course in MSc. But in case if you have decided to join MBA due to factors like Parent/peer pressure take Marketing or Supply chain Management as the specialisation. with this you can also use your Knowledge and skills you aquired in your graduation.
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we will assist you in deciding based on psychometric analysis. This service is free of cost.
Regards

I also suggest you as other members did, to go for MCA. However, if you are bent on doing MBA , you can do MBA(I.T) which is related to your field or MBA-Marketing since many I.T compnies need good marketing professionals to sell their software applications and who can be better that some one with compuet science back ground.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour Law Advsior
Mumbai

Dear Shreyash,
As a retired academic that has worked in the industry, I would like to ask you a few questions without answering your query.
Why did you do the computer course? What is your passion? What would you like to do in the long run? (I met an orthopaedic consultant who said that he regretted not pursuing engineering in which he was interested). I started as an electrical engineer and ended up teaching Management; I felt that I should have switched into teaching long ago. I do not regret my stint in Industry, as that gave me the required practical experience.
Without knowing your interests, it's not right for me to suggest what is best. In order to appreciate and understand management concepts, it's better to gain some exposure by workiong and reflecting and then choose the field of your liking.

In fact Mr.Simhan has suggested a correct approach to make any decision about your career. Such self-analysis is necessary to ensure that your head and heart are there in your choice.
B.Saikumar
HR & Labour law advisor
Mumbai

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