m.tech or mba
June 2, 2011 11:39am CST
heyy guys m persuing ma b.ech...after b.tech i wana to continue ma studies but a little bit confused i dont know shud i go with ma mba classes or m.tech after it plzzz guysss help me out.. can u jst differentiate between d two. so that it cud help in making a right decision..m persuing b.tech in computer science..no interest in teaching... keeping this in mind help me out mylotters ,.. hve a nyc day!!!!
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27 Jun 11
My son after his MSc in Chemistry, did PhD IN Industrial Chemistry and next MTech, he has PGDCA too , younger son has MBA, PGDCA, this is the age of competetion, you have to choose after so much careful thinking only, long back I was a lecturer too. Thank you so much for sharing Namastey. ^Kalyani^
5 Jun 11
M.Tech deals with the core subject itself, it lets you specialize on your favorite subject within your engineering subject. M.B.A completely deals with management studies that help you achieve a manager post at some institution. A master degree becomes mandatory only if your are planning to choose teaching profession. While working at other core industries, being a Master degree holder (M.Tech) can give you a slight advantage over a B.Tech qualified colleague. For production side branches like Mechanical, MBA becomes more important, because a you are more or less expected to end up being the Manager of a particular section in a factory/company. For Computer Science, I don't think there are jobs where MBA becomes mandatory or a very big advantage. Another option you have is to carry on learning the subject, take M.Tech and do PhD so that you can divert to research side of your subject & be a researcher or scientist at your field at a pretty young age. Hope these tips help...