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Dear All
I have recently joined this cite, I am bit confused about my career, I have done my PGDHRM & have 2 yrs exp in HR . I am presently working as outsourced HR-executive in reputed company.
I need your suggestion about my further study, I want to take admission in MBA. Should I join part time MBA or distance learning corse?
Pls advise.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Reeta,
It may not be required for you to go for MBA. But I would like to know the school from where you have done your PGD and what was the duration of the course. If it was a short-term course or a one year course then you can go for MBA program.
And in MBA again the following courses are given priority. These are in the order of priority.
1. MBA (Full Time)
2. MBA (Part Time/Evening Program)
3. MBA (Correspondence)
byomjeet mishra

From India, Delhi
I am glad that you still want to learn and get some degrees.I would tell you few things that what ever you feel regarding your studies first look to that you have whole interest in it.
If you want to have a degree and continue with your work then the scenario changes.I would like to tell you that please try to get a degree being a part timer,as you have now two plus years of experience.
More over i would suggest you to go for the Mphil course rather than MBA.No,if you only want to do MBA its fine i am just providing with my opinion.
Even you can try for part time PHd where you can enhance your skill sets a lot.
There are many institution and universities which provide with MBA,MPhil and even PHd.

From India, Warangal
You can take up a part time/evening MBA program in your city.
If you are young enough then you can also quit the job and join a full time course in any good management school. This will definitely have an edge over the other courses.

From India, Delhi
Dear Sir,

thats rally gr8 that u've decided something on the education front

This is with reference about the MBA distance learning program

Following are the advantages of ICFAI MBA

1). The Certificate that you will be getting will be stating that you have done your MBA from ICFAI University and its mentioning nothing that you have done it via correspondence or distance learning i.e. it will be very much the same which a regular programmer will get

2). The Classes for each Subject are Scheduled for 36 sessions of 1 hour 15 min. each covering a total of 45 hours which is optional.

3). Additional learning inputs like magazines and journals play a very important role in updating knowledge, which ICFAI keeps on providing you every month.

4). All the students are provided online web support so as to entertain their any query.

5).You will receive the study material (Text book, work book, self guide etc) at your mailing address & the additional benefit that it is the same course which a regular programmer studies.

6) After finishing the first three groups you get Diploma in Business Management (DBM), after second four groups Advanced Diploma in Business Management ( ADM) and after that Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree and the certificates will be the same what a regular programmer at ICFAI will be getting.

7).100% placement guarantee under SPS will carry a minimum remuneration of 2.52 lakh p a for a fresher, and people who are already working with some organisation get a hike of 30 to 40% in their current package.

.You can continue this course from any part of the world.

9).You can solve your queries in any subject with our regular students as a part of peer mentorship program as well as you can talk to regular faculty at IBS Pune.

10) You will also be eligible to access library facility of campus.

11) Minimum duration to complete this course is within 15 to 18 months.

12).Case Study Support w.r.t Case Folio you will receive to give you a practical implementation over the subjects

13).Wide range of Electives

l Marketing l Operations l Banking l Finance l IT & Systems l Insurance lHRMl International Business l Investments

14). 250 Test centers all across India

go with these points 1st of all an decide

for further Queries or issues escalated in your mind, kindly revert back to me for that

Sumit Kumar


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