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    after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    I have recently completed my B.Tech from Civil batch and after that I have taken a gap of 1 year for some job. But now I am going to prepare for Indian Engineering Services and after that I want to pursue for MBA in Construction. But the problem is that I do not know anything about it, so is there anyone who can guide me in this field and whether it will be beneficial or not? Thanks

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    Re: after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    I do believe that MBA in construction after completing Civil Engineering would be very beneficial if you want to do it. You can expect to get a very good job offers after completing the MBA. By scoring good marks you must get a chance in any construction company after mba quite easily. This is the right path you have choosen for your progress.

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    Re: after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    Well, most of the job after completing engineering is changed towards the management side for instance. So incase you are working in a company with the post of a technical officer then you are supposed to work there as a technical manager after some period of time. Therefore if you are getting into the management at early stage then it will be surely good for your future.

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    Re: after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    Since you have done B.tech in civil engineering then definitely the construction management must be a good option for you. Even if get into the IES job or not but it will ear you extra scope for your future prospects. You can try to get admission in National Institute of Construction Management and Research which is located in Pune. It is a very good management institute offering Post graduate diploma in Construction Management.

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    First of all wishing you good luck!

    You can explore more about RICS School of Built Environment. Its a premier college by a UK governing body operating in India with affiliations with the Amity University in India.

    They offer several graduate and post graduate courses in construction management, real estate and infrastructure, valuation and quantity surveying.

    You can visit their website, or find them on Facebook even.

    Thanks!

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    Re: after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    hello ,
    ya its very good thing that you do MBA after your Engineering its obviously benefited to you ..good luck..

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    Re: after completing Civil Engineering doing MBA in Construction

    If you want to make a great career in construction and want to go long way then doing MBA is surely the best decision for the career.

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