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  • Hi Madhu, Thanks for writing to Minglebox.com

    MBA can be done through full time, part time, correspondence/distance learning and Online.

    The eligibility criteria for MBA is Bachelor's degree under 10+2+3 system from a recognized university or a deemed university with at least 50% aggregate marks. The duration of course is 2 years. The fee structure depends on the university /Institute selected and thus, varies.

    Distance MBA is ideal for those who are already working and do not want to quit their jobs and want to pursue management degree. Distance MBA is less pressing and time-taking than full-time and the candidates can schedule their exams at their own convenience. While regular courses are classroom session courses where the student has to attend classes; The prospects of a full time regular management course are better than a correspondence or distance learning course. The acceptability and recognition of a full time course is higher in industry and so the long term career gains are more.

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    Cheers By minglebox-counselor, On 06 Mar 13
  • Hello,


    Part Time: For working professionals who cannot take time off work to attend full-time, there is the part-time MBA program. A part time course is one where you need to attend either evening classes or weekend classes - therefore it is a mixed system of self study as well as classroom study.


    Correspondence programs are usually programs in which course material is sent through postage. Distance/ correspondence courses are more about self study where the study material is sent to the student and s/he has to understand and learn it on their own.


    while regular courses are classroom session courses where the student has to attend classes; The prospects of a full time regular management course are better than a correspondence or distance learning course. The acceptability and recognition of a full time course is higher in industry and so the long term career gains are more.

    Hope this helps. By divya99394, On 19 Oct 10

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