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1.I'm a Engineering graduate with 4 yrs of exp. in Power plants designing, I am now looking for my options for 1 year FT MBA, my options ?

what about studying abroad, there are many business schools offering 1 year Full time MBA, are those programs executive MBA programs,
I am being approached by University of Wollongong (Dubai Campus) should I consider the university or do I have some other options that you could suggest.
And also can you clarify basic difference between Executive MBA and MBA. Other than the duration

2.What is the difference between MBA and PGDM program?

The main difference between MBA and PGDM is that MBA is a degree and is offered by universities, whereas, PGDM is a post-graduate diploma offered by AICTE approved institutes. Indian universities come under the University Grants Commission (UGC) and can, therefore, award degrees like the MBA degree, also known as MMS in Mumbai. Universities follow the UGC format for course content. On the other hand, reputed management institutes design their courses based on industry feedback and business relevance. They are not covered under the UGC.

Importantly, when it comes to job opportunities, institute reputation matters more than the                            

NAME of the degree or diploma

PGDBM - Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management
PGDBA - Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
PGDM - Post Graduate Diploma in Management
MBA - Masters in Business Administration
MMS - Masters in Management Studies

3.Which is the best specialization to opt in MBA?

As per your query, it seems that you wish to know about the best specialization in MBA, then please remember MBA is a holistic course which offers specialization in the field of:
- Marketing.
- Finance.
- Human resource, etc...
There are an enormous amount of career opportunities and options for people with MBA in marketing. The most common are corporate positions such as marketing manager, brand manager, market research analyst, and product manager. Persons with strong financial skills could seek a career in strategic or market related planning. Additional corporate positions such as sales manager, advertising manager, PR (public relations) director, and marketing communications manager are also common. After completing MBA in finance, you may look out for exciting careers in banks, financial consultancies and financial institutions.

You may get involved in consumer and investment banking, institutional finance, merchant banking, corporate finance and international finance. A good experience in this field can also lead you to serve on government committees and contribute significantly to policy-making issues. MBA professionals in human resources often get jobs in a variety of corporate positions related to human resource management.

As Human Resource is the most important part of any organization they also act as counselors, offering assistance to employees to deal with personal issues.HR professionals have a wide variety of responsibilities, including:

- Hiring new employees.
- Dealing with labor disputes.
- Training employees.
- Compensation policies.
- Benefit programs.
- Union and labor relations.

All the specialization fields mentioned above are good to purse and all offers good career prospects and excellent growth opportunities, so you may opt for any of these specializations as per your interest and liking. I would suggest that before opting for any specialization you must first decide in which field you wish to build your career and accordingly you can select the best specialization as per your interest and liking. As a student you should give your 100% in whichever specialization you opt for, and if you do well then getting a good job with handsome salary should not be a problem.

4.Securing 42% aggregate in bcom honours graduation in what all good colleges can i apply for MBA?

is need to have 50% marks in graduation to get admission in MBA you can try for distance education.

5.Can I do a course related to either commerce or arts field from a UK university? I'm doing eng hons but i come from a commerce background?

Yes you are eligible to apply for the courses that you mentioned. I suggest you share your academics in detail so that I can guide you with the apt course and University. Happy to help!

6.I'm BA Eng Grad.I want to enter software field.Some software testing institutes rejected me cos I'm an arts grad. Guidance reqd pls?

I, First of all Software Testing Institutes ask for Engineering as minimum eligibility which you do not have. But not to worry, you can definitely consider your other two choices. With English Graduation under your belt, you can opt for a career in International BPO as they happily recruit candidates with effective communication.

Besides, there are plenty of things you can do after studying English Literature. Careers in publishing require people with backgrounds in English Literature very often. Students of English Literature go into the fields of journalism, writing and translation. Script writing, novel writing, play writing if you have a creative flair and an interest in writing

7.If all the UK universities ask for full time work experience n I want to go to UK in max 3 yrs, can I do something similar to MBA?

You can go for a full time MBA or Distance MBA. In order to pursue full time MBA program you need to be graduate in any field with at least 50% marks in graduation, plus you need to take various management entrance test like CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc. And in order to pursue distance MBA you need to be graduate in any field. However there are some institutes which may require at least 50% marks in graduation to be eligible to pursue distance MBA program.

These courses don’t require work experience.

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