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11th January 2013, 06:13 PM
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Which course is better between MBA and M.Com?


which course mba or mcom is much better after bcom hns correspondence??how much percentage is required in bcom hns (correspondence) for both these courses??




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11th March 2013, 01:41 PM
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which course mba or mcom is much better after bcom hns correspondence??how much percentage is required in bcom hns (correspondence) for both these courses??
Both MBA as well M.com having good scope ...

-->>> If your aspiring to apply for managerial position jobs then you may apply for MBA course .

-->> If your aspiring to become an lecturer or Accounting field the apply for M.com course .


M.com Stands for Master of Commerce . The duration of the course is for two years and This course is related to commerce filed . M.com course having good scope in career as well as job prospectus .

Specialization :-

M.com in Bank Management
M.com in Accounting and Finance
M.com in Business Administration
M.com in Corporate Finance
M.com in Financial Management

Eligibility Criteria for M.com Course :-

You should complete graduation in any discipline with 50% percentage of marks from recognized university . If your belong from sc/st candidate then relaxation is given for 45% percentage of marks for marks . The Admission for M.com course is based on Entrance examination which is conducted by the Institution and Some Institution may also give direct admission based on their Bachelor degree scores

MBA ie :- Master of Business Administration . The duration of the course for two years and the course divided into four semester . This course is related to Management stream . This course having good scope .

Specialization :-

MBA in Health System Management
MBA in Agribusiness Management
MBA in Software Enterprise Management
MBA in Insurance Management
MBA in Petroleum and Energy Management
MBA in Media Management
MBA in Power Management
MBA in Aviation Management
MBA in Hospital Management
MBA in Entrepreneurship

Eligibility Criteria :-

If your interested to apply for MBA course then you should complete bachelor degree in any discipline from recognized university . You should score more then 60% percentage of marks in bachelor degree . The admission for MBA course is based on the entrance examination like, CAT / MAT / XAT / SNAP etc.. So you have to crack any one of the examination with good percentage of marks .




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16th March 2013, 01:14 AM
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MBA Stands Master of Business Application

M.Com Stands Master of Commerce


MBA & M.Com are two years courses

after MBA you can do jobs in Management , Marketing fields

after M.com you can do jobs in Marketing , Accountant , teaching fields

M.Com Specializations :

M.Com in Financial Management

M.Com in Accounting

M.Com in Business Administrative

M.Com in Bank Management

M.Com in Corporate Management

MBA Specializations :

MBA in Marketing

MBA in Finance

MBA in Accounting

MBA in Hospitality

MBA in IT

MBA in Tourism

MBA in Fashion

MBA in Media

MBA in Retail





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17th March 2013, 11:57 PM
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Hello my name is karamveer .i live in faridabad. i have passed b.com.in 2011-12. currently i am very confused about my carrier that what should i do after b.com. m.com. is could be in sol.du.in & what is the charges of this courses and it is better for me make future bright . entrance test is compulsery to take exm. in mcom.
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9th July 2013, 09:11 PM
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which course mba or mcom is much better after bcom hns correspondence??how much percentage is required in bcom hns (correspondence) for both these courses??
Hi

First of all I would say that all the post graduation courses are respected and so its really indeed very nice that you want to take up your post graduation and so particular about it. I would surely give you every information about it so that you have refer and guide yourself in the best direction.

M.Com stands for Masters in Commerce and whereas the MBA stands for the Masters in Business Administration. Both these courses are masters and are of 2 years duration. Since you are a B.Com honors, it might seem that M.Com is the best course for you, but according to me, I would suggest you to go for MBA.

I have a few but very valid reasons for recommending that. MBA is the course in demand right now, and it doesn't require you to be from any particular background in your graduation. Therefore even if you are from the B.Com stream, you would surely be able to take it up as your post graduation stream. It has the following branches from which you can opt according to your interest :

Finance, HR, International Business, Sales and Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Business Process, Information Technology, Operations, etc and many other.

This would make you sufficient to come to good use to any company, and also it would increase your value in the market. Also the salary stack which the MBA post graduates receives are much much higher than the pay stack of the M.Com candidates. To name a few, the companies visiting the IIM's offer pay packages of more than 14 lacs p.a for the candidates!!

On the other hand, talking about the M.Com course, its really not much hear about and so not much in demand. There are very few M.Com colleges and also the course might seem attractive, but actually MBA would be a much better choice for you to go with, than M.Com.

Still to explain a bit on this course, it would carry forward your studies of what you had studied in your B.Com and enrich your skills with some market exposure depending on which college are you taking up for the same. Also as you mentioned about the aggregate, I must inform you that not all MBA and M.Com colleges would accept your Correspondence course, and even if some colleges do, they as for a minimum 60% aggregate in your graduation. So I would also request you to keep a check on the same.

Hope this helps
All the best
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RANJEET
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19th July 2013, 02:26 PM
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Dear..

As a graduate you have many options along with you, Best option for which you can go for are :-

CA
CS
ICWA
MBA
M.Com

But if you are confused between MBA and M.com then let met tell you the Pros and Cons of the both of the course..

MBA :-

cons :-
1. Relatively high fees
2. Job market is saturated now
3. Only sales jobs are in plenty
4. Tough entrance exam

PROS:-
1. Easy to switch job in future
2. Good job Opportunities
3. Better career growth
4. Good starting salary


M.COM:-

Cons :-
1. Less scope
2. Less jobs
3. Less chances of bright future

Pros :-
1. Easy admission
2. No entrance
3. Relatively cheaper to complete

Hope it will help

Cheers...!!!
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23rd March 2014, 03:49 PM
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i am a appearing student in class b.com final year2014.i want new admission in mba it from u.p.cover area university.
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3rd April 2014, 09:29 PM
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Soon after the completion of B.Com course in Correspondence, you are eligible to join both the courses like
M.Com
MBA

The duration of both these courses is 2 years and you need to give an Entrance Exam in order to join any of these courses.

For M.Com course, each and every university will conduct its own Entrance Exam in order to give admission.

But for MBA course, popular Entrance Exams are
CAT
MAT
GMAT etc.

In addition, there are some state level Entrance Exams for the candidates to get admission for MBA course in and around various colleges of that state.

As per your query,

I suggest you to opt for MBA course than M.Com course to have better job opportunities.

Many of the companies will release notifications regularly for the recruitment of MBA candidates and not for M.Com candidates.

There are plenty of job opportunities in variety of business sectors for MBA candidates as each and every business need MBA candidates in order to manage several business aspects.

There is a more scope for you to enhance your managerial skills and to attain life skills through MBA course.

Wish you all the best.
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If I wish to specialize in MBA in Software Enterprise Management,which will be a better degree course..?
BBA or b.com or any other...?
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Now am pursuing M .Com cource so am in confusion weather to take up cs or ca in addition.does company Secretary cource has good job oppurtunities. Will company prefer to recruite girls after completion of cs cource.pls do me a favour by ur suggestion...
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Hello My name is Ishmeet I have completed my b com now I want to pursue CPA but for that masters is required so if I opt M.Com(Hns.) Then it is ok
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