MBA Systems - Have done MBA in Systems and is rocking today...

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Hi All, I wish to start this Thread as guidance to all MBA Systems Aspiring students. All those who have done there MBA in Systems and are rocking the world today should post there experience and a brief of how they achieved what they ha...
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hello people. :)

there are 2 threads continuing for the same discussion.

i request you to continue your discussions here:-
http://www.pagalguy.com/discussions/career-after-mba-in-it-industry-25017403/557826

we shall have only one thread for post MBA IT, systems discussion.

thanks.

PS: moved this closed thread to career discussions section.

www.raghavabbhi.com | My take on CAT: http://www.pagalguy.com/discussions/all-i-wanted-to-speak-about-cat-25002933/6315307
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I presume you talking about Business Analyst/System Analyst profiles.

The profile generally requires interfacing with the client,requirement gathering,compliance with sdlc,designing and implementing technical architecture,bringing business knowledge to team etc...A lot has been discussed about these profiles on this thread.Please browse through this thread and you have plethora of information for these profiles...All the best ...

Thanx for the update.. but I am not at all talking about BA profile, I am aware of such job profiles (mainly from Pagalguy) but while browsing on the net, I came across the difference b/w Business Analyst and Systems Analyst profile.. Sir, I don't have any professional work experience.. but you are right that the tasks of BA are requirement gathering, getting customized requirements, and interfacing b/w client and developer team... But the description of SA profile is different (although it could be same as of BA in most companies). I just want info on the job profile of Computer Systems Analyst that is described in these articles:
Computer System Analysts Career Option - Career Opportunities as Computer System Analyst India
Becoming a Systems Analyst | Studyplaces

It'd be very helpful for me if you throw some light on this profile..
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luckjcse Says
Can any1 tell me about Computer Systems Analyst job in Indian companies... Plz guide me on its job description, scope and how to prepare for it...



I presume you talking about Business Analyst/System Analyst profiles.

The profile generally requires interfacing with the client,requirement gathering,compliance with sdlc,designing and implementing technical architecture,bringing business knowledge to team etc...A lot has been discussed about these profiles on this thread.Please browse through this thread and you have plethora of information for these profiles...All the best ...
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Can any1 tell me about Computer Systems Analyst job in Indian companies... Plz guide me on its job description, scope and how to prepare for it...

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hi,
im currently doing my mba in systems...2nd year hasnt started yet....i have heard about business analyst certification course. I would like to know more about it....does anyone have any idea how and where should i pursue it?


Check this out --->

International Institute of Business Analysis | IIBA Certification


Most of the courses does require some amount of prior work experience.
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hi,
im currently doing my mba in systems...2nd year hasnt started yet....i have heard about business analyst certification course. I would like to know more about it....does anyone have any idea how and where should i pursue it?

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Well said Anurag.

Was just browsing through the topics and found this one. Having done MBA in System/Mkting, this topic generated a lot of interest in me and I would like to share my profile too -

I am working in a IT product company as customer engagement manager (synonym for Business Analyst) where I am responsible right from the start of the project till the end. Start means making project plan, initial study at the customer site. Then starts System study, SRS preparation and getting it signed off. Then getting the product customized from development team and deploying the same.

Its been only 6 months in the company and I am already handling 4 clients with a development team assigned to me.

Apart from it, I am also involved at Pre Sales activities - filling response for RFPs, giving product demonstrations, handling any tech queries from clients.

My engg background (Computer Engg) and MBA in systems has helped me a lot in understanding lingos of development team as well as of customer. Customer doesnt understand technical things but needs result while development team doesn't understand what customer actually wants andcan only speak tech. But at the end of day, its only how you handle people that matters.

Biggest advantage of being an MBA is the respect you get and the confidence senior management has in you.

MBA in System can give you a upperhand in getting BA profile.

Sajal


Hi Sajal,
Can you help in finding the colleges offering executive MBA in system
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hi to all, i am mining engg. with > 2 years of experience, now i have decided to do mba 4m some known schoolbut i am bit confuse in selecting right specialisation in mba so plz anybody help me to decide which one is best in context of career growth among operation management, finance, acturial science, marketing, international business.....or some thing else..i will be thank full to u ---End Quote--- Pumba offers spez in systems, operations & Intl biz alongwith reg. spez namely finance, mktg and HR

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It is good that you have sound knowledge of networking.It will surely help you in your career.When you say networking domain I presume you mean the networking functional area.MBA(IT/SYSTEMS) will surely help you grow in your career even in the mentioned domain.There are colleges which offer MBA(IT/SYSTEMS) with Networking as specialization.If I am not wrong SCIT ,Pune offers MBA(ITBM) and in their final year has Networking as one of their specialization.

Companies generally hire students who are industry ready and have sound technical and management knowledge(Respect to MBA(IT/SYSTEMS)).There are so many other skills including interpersonal skills which helps you get a job.


thx bro thax for sharing this info:
u clear all my doubts.
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thx brother for sharing this valuable information but still i m confused because i have a very sound knowledge of networking and really want to make career in it.
if i go with networking domain how mba systems/it will help to make my future brighter. companies recruit what sort of candidates? and if i go with sap(basis) module then will it be a good choice? plz reply


It is good that you have sound knowledge of networking.It will surely help you in your career.When you say networking domain I presume you mean the networking functional area.MBA(IT/SYSTEMS) will surely help you grow in your career even in the mentioned domain.There are colleges which offer MBA(IT/SYSTEMS) with Networking as specialization.If I am not wrong SCIT ,Pune offers MBA(ITBM) and in their final year has Networking as one of their specialization.

Companies generally hire students who are industry ready and have sound technical and management knowledge(Respect to MBA(IT/SYSTEMS)).There are so many other skills including interpersonal skills which helps you get a job.
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