MBA Part Time or Distance Learning?

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Hello, Could you please let me know from which institute/college should I enrol myself for PART TIME or Distance Learning MBA? I am a Science graduate and working with a top MNC from last 3.5 yrs. So please let me know the Good college/institute a...
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HI ALL!


 

 can anybody helP me regarding SCDL distance MBA course . As i am bank emPloyee .. didnt get time to study more. guide me or  Provide me material or online website to quickly go through whole syllabus ! i OPted for MBA in international Business . 


Thanks in advance 

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I want to do MBA in finance (Distance leraning). Pl suggest best institute for the same in Mumbai.


Or anyother suggestions are welcome.

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MBA Part Time is better than Distance Learning as you can learn in classroom rather than on Laptop. Online learning can be a bit boring and monotonus. As for Institute goes you can do part time from N.L Dalmia Institute of Management and Research in Mumbai. They are one of the few Part time MBA colleges in Mumbai that strives to impart high-quality education with a good blend of Industry and academia that ultimately leads to better employability. 

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urgent guidance 

as i am working in h.r cum admin field from 3 years.done graduation (in arts) in 2018.

got admission in mba with h.r at bheem rao ambedkar university of lko(center university)

but due to attance issue thinking of mba with distance...now thinking from symbiosis distance study but it is providing diploma in mba with h.r.

i should go through with diploma or degree?


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 Found this Google Document Form regarding NMIMS Help Centre... Seems genuine to me... you guys can also have a look!! 


link- https://goo.gl/stSQMk

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If you are in the initial stages of building a career in management it is recommended that you take up a regular MBA program. However the Executive MBA programme is a part time Executive master’s programme which is specially designed for management professionals who seek to upgrade their skills and knowledge in their respective fields. Generally a part time Executive management programme is a weekend programme for duration of 2 years.

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What are the best MBA colleges in india and abroad for becoming a product manager after 2 years of work ex.?
 

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Niveditha_IPL
@Niveditha_IPL  ·  5 karma

@Sureshram The only institute that has a specialisation/focus on product management is the Institute of Product Leadership(@Institute_IPL). That said, 2 years is quite less to gain admission. IPL takes candidates with 7+ years of experience into their EMBA program for product management. They do have an International Certificate in Product Management (ICPM) course you may want to read up on, as well as workshops on Product Management that you may want to take in before you decide. 

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Should I pursue a part-time MBA with Wharton Executive/Berkeley Haas if I plan to be an entrepreneur? 

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Hi , I am B.Tech Electrical having almost 5 year experience in purchase .Now want to opt part time MBA in Mumbai . So, anybody can guide me? I am looking from the clgs' like Sp Jain, NITIE,SJSOM,JBMIS , Welingkar etc. Regards, Sujit

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What is difference between part time MBA and Executive MBA?

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@Chetan025 Many executive MBAs are part-time. If you can forego your regular paycheck for a year or more, and suspend your career for that period, go for the full time executive MBA.Most professionals nowadays opt for the part-time MBA. It has its pros and cons, the biggest one being the commitment to work on weekends, but it can pay off in the medium to long term - without having to suspend your career!

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If you are in the initial stages of building a career in management it is recommended that you take up a regular MBA program. However the Executive MBA programme is a part time Executive master’s programme which is specially designed for management professionals who seek to upgrade their skills and knowledge in their respective fields. Generally a part time Executive management programme is a weekend programme for duration of 2 years.

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