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22nd July 2017, 10:53 PM
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Should I go for MBA in HR or M.Sc in Biotechnology?


Hey, I have completed my graduation from B.Sc. Biotechnology but Know I'm too tensed about my future career. As I'm least interested to go through R&D department or lab technician or teaching line. My aim is too good for any official jobs like management or like that. Should I go for MBA in H.R? Or should I opt M.Sc. in Biotechnology & continue my further postgraduate studies in this line only. And can I get job like what I said earlier also any management job or official job rather than lab technician and other after completing M.Sc. Biotechnology. Please anyone let me know. I'm too confused for my future. Don't know what to do. Which path to select. Please help me out of this quickly. From this freaky situation.
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23rd July 2017, 03:03 PM
ahmedfaiyaz
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Default Re: Should I go for MBA in HR or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

Let me inform you that you are eligible for both MBA in HR as well as M.Sc in Biotechnology courses.
Both the above mentioned courses are good on their own and each possess good job and career options.But since you are interested in official jobs like management then as per my knowledge MBA in HR course would be the best option for you to choose in between two courses.MBA in HR (Human Resource) is one of the most opting specializations of management courses.After this course you can apply for most reputed and respected job levels in various top most companies in India or abroad.HR manager plays a crucial role in any company.So, in this profession you can make your career successful.
However, I would suggest you to choose according to your interests and career goals.




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23rd July 2017, 03:29 PM
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Default Re: Should I go for MBA in HR or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

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Hey, I have completed my graduation from B.Sc. Biotechnology but Know I'm too tensed about my future career. As I'm least interested to go through R&D department or lab technician or teaching line. My aim is too good for any official jobs like management or like that. Should I go for MBA in H.R? Or should I opt M.Sc. in Biotechnology & continue my further postgraduate studies in this line only. And can I get job like what I said earlier also any management job or official job rather than lab technician and other after completing M.Sc. Biotechnology. Please anyone let me know. I'm too confused for my future. Don't know what to do. Which path to select. Please help me out of this quickly. From this freaky situation.
Anyone can contact me. Here is my email: [email protected]

You can go for MBA in HR or Marketing or Operations after completion of graduation. The scope of the MBA course is high compared to the MSc course. You can choose MBA from any of the reputed Business Schools in India. Eligibility to study the MBA is a Bachelorís Degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks from a recognized university. Admission to the MBA course is done on the basis of an entrance examination like CAT, MAT, XAT, TANCET etc. Job opportunities for the MBA graduates are higher compared to the other graduates. Therefore, you can go to MBA course instead of M.Sc Biotechnology course.




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24th July 2017, 01:50 AM
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Default Re: Should I go for MBA in HR or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

Since you have completed your B.Sc in Biotechnology, according to my opinion, you must go for the M.Sc degree course in Biotechnology as gaining a Masters degree in your respective field will enhance your knowledge in your respective field and you can get a reputed position in jobs related to your field. But if you are interested in Management jobs, then you can very much opt for MBA course.
Candidates those who have completed their Graduation in any discipline form a recognized University with a minimum of 50% of marks in it are eligible to opt for the MBA course.
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13th September 2017, 03:12 PM
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Default Re: Should I go for MBA in HR or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

Just after M.Sc you will not get any high coveted post. So you have to keep in mind that too. Anyways, sticking to your line of specialisation,if you are really interested in that,then you can try for NET and further opt for Ph.D. You need not go into teaching line and can get into research work after Ph.D.
But if this field of education doesn't interests you, then opt for MBA. The scope of earning and position is also better in MBA than after M.Sc at the earlier stage. But,HR is quite a monotonous and thankless job relative to other streams of Management.But starting pay will be higher than starting pay of M.Sc.
It all depends on your interest of study. If you are interested in your specialisation,then in long run,it will be more beneficial in terms of money and position.
If you think that field is not for you,then opt for MBA-HR as you want.
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