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6th August 2010, 02:43 AM
sushant.chanchal
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MBA in Construction after civil engineering, is it benifitial ?


hi dear friends,
i am sushant i've done B.Tech from Civil 2009 Batch Passout, i've taken a gap for preparation of IES(Indian Engineering Services) but result is awaited, that's why i want to join a College for MBA in Construction so the main concept is i don't know anything about the MBA in Construction so should i proceed for it or not.
kindly convey your valuable thoughts and answers as soon as possible.

your friend
Sushant





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6th August 2010, 04:10 AM
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Hi!
Yes, MBA in construction after civil engineering will be very beneficial for you.
you may get very good job offers after completion of mba.
You will easily get chance in any construction company after mba. so don't be nervous, go for it you are in the right path...
Good luck!
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6th August 2010, 07:04 AM
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hi dear friends,
i am sushant i've done B.Tech from Civil 2009 Batch Passout, i've taken a gap for preparation of IES(Indian Engineering Services) but result is awaited, that's why i want to join a College for MBA in Construction so the main concept is i don't know anything about the MBA in Construction so should i proceed for it or not.
kindly convey your valuable thoughts and answers as soon as possible.

your friend
Sushant
Hi friend,
Since each job after engineering is changed towards management side for example if you working in a firm as a technical officer then you would have been working there as a technical manager after 7-10 years. Hence getting into management in early stage is good since this will be the future of yours.
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6th August 2010, 07:44 AM
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i don't think doing mba after civil engineering is an good thing,
you can opt for m.tech in construction management that would be an better option
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6th August 2010, 09:25 AM
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hi dear friends,
i am sushant i've done B.Tech from Civil 2009 Batch Passout, i've taken a gap for preparation of IES(Indian Engineering Services) but result is awaited, that's why i want to join a College for MBA in Construction so the main concept is i don't know anything about the MBA in Construction so should i proceed for it or not.
kindly convey your valuable thoughts and answers as soon as possible.

your friend
Sushant
hi
yes u said u r complete a degree in civil engg then your MBA in construction is benificial for u.
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6th August 2010, 10:35 AM
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il say u should not do MBA after engg. u should do m.tech in ur trade doing mba changes ur site to someextent........so aas u wish best of luck
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6th August 2010, 11:50 AM
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yes,correspondence courses from coaching institutes are available.
though little tough,you can get through.
this type of course are still lingering behind,one need to market to stablise.
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6th August 2010, 11:59 AM
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dear friend

u have selected a right choice for your carrier. as u have done engineering in CIVIL then u can go for MBA in construction.

u will do work in the same field but it will be a management work in construction rather than technical.

it has a great scope in future. as we all know that india is very poor in infrastructure. so a lots of money will be invested in this purpose.

so go for it.

all the best.
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6th August 2010, 12:58 PM
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hello dear

definately MBA in Construction after civil engineering is a very good professional course.

after doing MBA in Construction you can easily join MNC Construction company.

after doing MBA in Construction, your career opportunity will be bright.so you must do it.

all the best.....
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6th August 2010, 01:02 PM
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Hello Sushant,

After doing B.Tech in civil engineering, surely construction management will be a good option for you.

Whether you get into IES job or not this will definitely give you extra scope in your future career.

You can get admitted to National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR), Pune which is a management institute specially offering Post graduate diploma in construction Management.

The institution has well tie-ups with several Govt and private construction companies.

You can apply for he entrance test conducted by the institute or you can also get admission on valid CAT/GMAT/XAT score.

To know more details and get the online application form please visit the official site of NICMAR: www.nicmar.org

All the best!
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6th August 2010, 02:14 PM
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there is great demand for management personals in construction industry these days,
i will suggest you to surely do this course,
you can also join NICMAR even it is an similar course
all the best
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6th August 2010, 02:25 PM
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yes, MBA construction management offers lot of scope now.
Since already you have taken Civil, surely mba construction is a core branch of your specialization.

MBA from a reputed college, will fetch you suitable job.

Construction manager works on behalf of the owner to complete the project.
So, there is high demand for qualified persons like you.

Warm Wishes
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6th August 2010, 04:45 PM
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hi.First of all i hope that u will get good marks in your ies exams.Doing MBA in construction after civil engineering is good for u because by doing mba,chances of getting good jobs of good salary is increses.So i think that u should do.
BEST OF LUCK
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6th August 2010, 06:42 PM
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hi sushant,
you are engineering student. according to my thinking and knowledge its better to IES. in management studies they given only admirstarative work.it will be your own work means you remains an engineer but if you do mbayou will change ur line means your scope.its totally changed.it is also good but not for an engineer,with mba you also be similar as simple graduation with mba degree.
so being formal . with my opinion you should go withIESor you can do m.tech too.
all the best .
with regards,
aditya,.
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6th August 2010, 07:59 PM
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MBA in Construction and Real Estate
Who is the course designed for?
Experienced property and construction professionals seeking to develop their management skills.

Why study this course?

•Develop your management skills and knowledge within the construction and property environment
•Hone problem-solving and people management abilities to deal with complex issues systematically and creatively
•Become a Member of the RICS and/or CIOB
•Become a chartered project management surveyor

Undoubtedly the course is good enough to produce a leading executive.
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10th August 2010, 09:26 PM
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There is lots of scope in MBA in Construction management. You should definately go for it. I am a civil engineering student and also aim to do it one day.

The job has lots of job opening everywhere in India and much more around the world

So go for it
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10th August 2010, 09:36 PM
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hello,
if you are perusing MBA after civil engineering then it must be from an institute providing a regular degree in MBA not any distant learning one... civil engineering itself consists of great scope in both private and government sector being and MBA will make you more corporate.the market is rapidly progressing and India is having a greater view of foreign companies.... don't feel nervous it will b beneficial to peruse MBA after civil engineering.
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10th August 2010, 10:02 PM
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Hello,

Well that will be a complete bonus for you. MBA and Engineering in almost the same field will definitely enhance your salary prospects. You will not only work as a civil engineer, but you maybe given the chance to govern and run bigger projects that come your way.
You should definitely go for it. It will be very good.
Imagine, having the working knowledge as well as the management knowledge in the same field. It will be so good, and you will be more successful amongst your colleagues in that case.

Grab the opportunity.

Good Luck!
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11th August 2010, 01:24 AM
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hi dear friends,
i am sushant i've done B.Tech from Civil 2009 Batch Passout, i've taken a gap for preparation of IES(Indian Engineering Services) but result is awaited, that's why i want to join a College for MBA in Construction so the main concept is i don't know anything about the MBA in Construction so should i proceed for it or not.
kindly convey your valuable thoughts and answers as soon as possible.

your friend
Sushant
mba after btech is very much in demand by many multinational companies. you are taking a right step. but please take admission through CAT exam because after getting good cat score you will get admission in very good college and good college means good placements.
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11th August 2010, 10:21 AM
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dear friend

as u are a graduate in civil engineering . it will be very profitable for u to do MBA in construction .

it will help u a lot to make your career bright.

all d best.
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6th September 2010, 08:08 AM
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Can u pls tell which colleges do provide these courses in MBA (MBA in Construction and Real Estate)

I hav also cmpleted Btech Civil Engineering nd now planning to go for MBA, related to Civil field... Heard bout the above course frm some of ma frnds, bt they also dnt know the cllgs providng the same...

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MBA in Construction and Real Estate
Who is the course designed for?
Experienced property and construction professionals seeking to develop their management skills.

Why study this course?

•Develop your management skills and knowledge within the construction and property environment
•Hone problem-solving and people management abilities to deal with complex issues systematically and creatively
•Become a Member of the RICS and/or CIOB
•Become a chartered project management surveyor

Undoubtedly the course is good enough to produce a leading executive.
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8th September 2010, 09:11 PM
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dear friend,

i think if you want to get job in manager post or you want to start business, then MBA in Construction after civil engineering is the best way.

good luck
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17th December 2010, 09:16 PM
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going for mba in construction management will certainly help as the later will compliment the former.but going for general management is very different altogather.
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Dear friend,

I'm also a BE holder in Civil..
Can u pls tell which colleges do provide MBA in Construction

I'm planning to go for MBA, related to Civil field... But i din get which course should i take...
Is it MBA in Project Mangement will help for our career....
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Yeah. It will be quite better.
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hello sir,i am a civil engineeer and i am intersted in doing my own business so can i study MBA for starting my own construction company.please give your ideas for my brightfull future.
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are there any construction courses other than civil engineering and diploma in civil
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hello sir im persuig civil engg what after this degree.. i m gril not interested in feild work.. pls do help?
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30th September 2012, 07:56 PM
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Hi dear,

After doing B.Tech in civil engineering, surely construction management will be a good option for you.

Whether you get into IES job or not this will definitely give you extra scope in your future career.

You can get admitted to National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR), Pune which is a management institute specially offering Post graduate diploma in construction Management.

The institution has well tie-ups with several Govt and private construction companies.

You can apply for he entrance test conducted by the institute or you can also get admission on valid CAT/GMAT/XAT score.

To know more details and get the online application form please visit the official site of NICMAR: www.nicmar.org

Thanks
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1st March 2013, 12:44 AM
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Hi guys,

I believe that there is nothing called "MBA in construction management" or in anything either.
You can say MBA specialized in project management & for sure you wont found construction management specialization.

Regards

Darwish
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20th June 2013, 12:24 PM
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well , im done with my b,tech 2nd year ( civil engg ) dunno what to do ? i wanna study more but im confused wheter i should go for M"MBA "Constrution managments or MS ? Can you pls suggest me what to do ?
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12th November 2013, 10:21 AM
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I'm in 3rd year branch is civil i'm confused which field i go in future mba or m.tech
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18th November 2013, 12:34 PM
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hi dear friends,
i am sushant i've done B.Tech from Civil 2009 Batch Passout, i've taken a gap for preparation of IES(Indian Engineering Services) but result is awaited, that's why i want to join a College for MBA in Construction so the main concept is i don't know anything about the MBA in Construction so should i proceed for it or not.
kindly convey your valuable thoughts and answers as soon as possible.

your friend
Sushant
rather than MBA in construction pursue M.Tech or M.E. in civil engineering
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