Mradula asks:

Which degree is best for MBA in IT ?

I want to do MBA in IT from IIM . Which degree is the best for me - BBA in IT or Btech in IT for my bright career. Presently class XI student PCM with computer science. Please tell according to INDIAN demand and market .
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> 60 days ago



Jan 11, 2015
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What the Expert Says:

The most important thing you could do would be to create a meeting with local higher education people who can best advise you re: the requirements in your country.

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