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Thanx Ankita for ur valuable comments
I want to tell u dat my graduation was BBA so it include all subjects like: Accounts, HRM, Marketing, Taxation, Computers, Business management and Laws, etc. So I can say that i hav a vast knowledge about accounts and all other subjects also.
Secondly i am rite now working in accounts and very well versed in excel and some knowledge of Tally also.

Dear Spandana and Mamta

Regardless of the specialization that has to be taken in the subsequent semester; a good MBA degree equips one to take up as a fresher, ANY fields in Management.

That is the very purpose of an MBA course.

As far as the specializations are concerned; at times, in good B-school, they are often dictated by the following :

1. Grades of other students opting for the courses : many such courses have limited seats and irrespective of the interest of a particular student; thee seats are assigned on grades achieved in previous semesters.

2. Ease of scoring : smart students of top B-schools know that what matters in the Final Campus Placement with Top Companies is their CGPA. So irrespective of their interest or aptitude; they select specializations in which they can score well and are ahead of their colleagues.

3. Lack of knowledge and experience : students in B-schools lack the experience to choose between streams which would be particularly suited to them.

Moreover. generally good companies do not strictly take freshers or junior-level employees based on the specialization they have done; in case one has RELEVANT and USEFUL experience in another functional areas.

What it means is, if a student who has specialized in Marketing and Finance; but has had the opportunity to work in HR and has a substantial experience in it; and wishes to pursue it further; can continue in the area of HR.

An MBA is meant to be QUALIFICATION; and specialization indicates the area of your interest; MBA and specialization is NOT MEANT TO BE A DISQUALIFICATION.

Since you both are in the initial stages of your careers; there is no penalty on a re-think; or re-assessment of your strength and interest. Please do not get discouraged by contrarian views. Moreover, both of you are free to pursue further qualification in pursuit of your field of interest.

Warm regards.

Dear All,
Please accept my apologies for late reply.
Thanks to you all for your consideration and valuable suggestions.Really I am so happy to join this cite Communications family.
Earlier time I tried for accounting based jobs but I failed as I don't have good knowledge in accounting. So I worked for many companies with different roles like Tele caller, Asst proff, HR & Admin.

Dear All,
Please accept my apologies for late reply.
Thanks to you all for your consideration and valuable suggestions.Really I am so happy to join this cite Communications family.
Earlier time I tried for accounting based jobs but I failed as I don't have good knowledge in accounting. So I worked for many companies with different roles like Tele caller, Asst proff, HR & Admin.Dear All,
Please accept my apologies for late reply.
Thanks to you all for your consideration and valuable suggestions.Really I am so happy to join this cite Communications family.
Earlier time I tried for accounting based jobs but I failed as I don't have good knowledge in accounting. So I worked for many companies with different roles like Tele caller, Asst proff, HR & Admin.Now I got realized... it is not my destiny.
I will start Fresh career in Finance and I will improve my knowledge in accounting.
I would like to join in SAP(FICO) .
Thanks & Regards,
Spandana Maheshwaram

Dear Ms. Spandana,
As you told that are from a middle class family and not afford for further studies, your MBA - Fin is a good
qualification.
If you want to have a long, health and strong carrier path, please try in finance department, rather than HR.
Sree K


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