Regular or Correspondence MBA: which is the better option?

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A person can pursue an MBA degree via regular mode and also through correspondence mode. The aspects like availability of funding, family circumstances and location constraints have to be considered before choosing the mode of doing this course. The benefits of doing an MBA degree via regular mode and correspondence mode are discussed below.

Benefits of doing MBA through Regular course

The aspirants who do the MBA course as a regular course will get an opportunity to attend class room sessions. They will get more exposure to practical sessions as well. They will get proper guidance under well experienced faculty members that will help them to be thorough with the subjects covered in the course curriculum. There will be class tests conducted in between which will help them to be up to date with the portions covered. This will help them to be confident at the time of main exams as well. More over they will interact with the class mates that will help them refresh their mind which helps them to get along with the studies. As far as a fresher is considered, most of the reputed firms will prefer the aspirants with a regular degree.

Benefits of doing MBA through Correspondence course

The aspirants who does the MBA course through correspondence mode is also benefited in several ways. For persons who have difficulty in attending regular classes, MBA through correspondence mode is the best option. The persons with family liabilities or those who are working and wish to do MBA can fulfill their wish by doing the degree through correspondence mode. The cost of the course will also be affordable and less as compared to the regular mode. The aspirants can do the degree irrespective of their geographical locations. They can save the time and money on transportation and they can undergo this course sitting in their homes. There will be options to access the class notes via post or else through online mode as well. The persons who are presently working need not lose their job for doing this degree. So they have the dual benefit of pursuing a degree along with the reputation of being in a job. This is more apt for candidates who have got work experience and need a degree for career advancement.

Regular vs Correspondence- the better option ?

It is advisable for a person to do MBA through correspondence mode only if he has enough work experience. Doing MBA through regular mode is better for a person who has no work experience. For a fresher to seek job in reputed firms, the degree earned through regular mode is more advantageous.

 
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5 Responses to “Regular or Correspondence MBA: which is the better option?”

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    KUMAR ROHIT:

    What is the scope of a Fresher if he will do MBA from correspondence and simultaneously work in MLM BUSSINESS or NETWORK MARKETING?

  2. 4
    preeti:

    Hello, m doing mba hr through correspondence cos of financial problms n family liabilities.. m also nt wrkng yet .. I jus want to knw which other courses or computer course i hv to do ..to mk my profile more interesting ,also help me further in dis field.. ? Do reply asap.

  3. 3
    In job opportunies or in companys , to whom they give more preference between regular mba candidate or correspondance Mba candidate ?:

    Need to know ?

  4. 2
    sagar:

    I want do mba in banking, but i have financially problem so Which course so expensive for me ‘ mba correspondence OR regular’ ?

  5. 1
    ...:

    Hi, i’m doing bba regular in ignou. Am i eligible for regular mba?