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  I have completed my B.tech in ECE branch so I want to do post graduation which is suitable for my career to do MBA or M.TECH
Asked By :  M.Bajikushma, on 11-04-2010
 
Ans.  Dear M.Bajikushma, It clearly depends upon your interest and what you want to do in life, how good you are in your engineering and whether you want to pursue your career in engineering field only. If you are interested in working in an office environment in management level then you should go for MBA. I would suggest you first work for 1-2 years after b.tech and see what really interests you and then jump for post graduation.
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