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Q - sir/mam i m a 12th class student in humanities stream i want to do mba from correspondance my first question is 1. is mba from correspondace valuable? 2. from where do i it 3.i want do be a bank manager so i should have experience so i want dnt want to waste my time doing regular college and in the mean time i want to have some experience 4.how much marks do i hav to score in 12th to do mba 5. is joining buisness school profitable 6. is jobs available after doing correspondance as a bank manager

- Yashika


MBA degree from any recognised AICTE approved institute/university is valuable. However, it does matter from where you have completed your MBA degree, especially, in the beginning of your career. If you have done MBA from a top reputed regular college, you can get good job offers with high salary packages. These colleges have long classroom and practice sessions and assign project work too. So, more learning opportunities are there. Many regular colleges provide job placements and arrange for campus interviews. It is important to choose a college wisely.
At later stages in career, there is no that much difference. Because your experience and performance count more.
MBA through correspondence/distance mode is good for those candidates who are already doing jobs, cannot go for regular programmes and have relevant industry exposure. Working professionals can also choose part time/evening MBA or Executive MBA programme.
If you want to do a job, you can do it after 12th or after graduation. It will be better if you complete your graduation first, score high marks, better more than 60%. Then, apply for banking exams. Banks provide training to the selected candidates and also get them enrolled for MBA/PG Diploma programme with a linked university.

[Answered on December 17, 2013]

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