Benefits of Management education over Engineering in terms of career progression

Higher education is an important part of a student’s life. After completing plus two, there are a lot of career options for students. Amidst all these options, Engineering and Business Administration are the two areas which are most sought after. Engineering is completely a technical field where you need solid knowledge of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics which controls the other two subjects. Management on the other hand is a curious mixture of Social Sciences, Commerce, Technology and even Mathematics- Statistics. If we look carefully at both these fields, the job prospects are more or less the same in both the fields. But the actual difference lies in the fact that getting a job is much easier in Management domain and not in the Engineering one. Engineering is basically a unidirectional area of studies where there is very limited scope of humanities, commerce and social sciences. Management on the other hand is a multi dimensional subject which has both a commercial and technical angle. This is the reason that getting a job in Management is much easier than Engineering. BBA course in Kolkata helps the Management students to get an overall grip over the administrative and managerial dynamics of all working sectors of the economy.

Real benefits of doing Management over Engineering in terms of quick job

Bachelors of Business Administration is a spectacular platform of getting jobs easily in varied fields of Trade, Business, Commerce and even in areas of Information Technology. This particular program also helps an individual to develop his personality and soft skills to reorient the perception towards life. Management teaches both hard and soft skills which is missing traditional Engineering courses. Secondly if we carefully look at the curriculum of Management and Engineering in the graduate level, we can see the subjects taught in Business Administration are much more job oriented than the ones in Technology courses. The BBA course helps an individual to get the basic idea of business principles and strategies which ultimately help in administration of an organization. Many people had the conception that only the technology dropouts studied this field. But today the truth is something else as the people interested in corporate  and organizational management join this field and even use technology to smartly manage men, market , money and other managerial resources. BBA course fees is kept at a balanced level to give students  the opportunity to grab a job faster than Engineering. Recruiters of today look for candidates who have a perfect mixture of both quantitative skills and humane skills. Quantitative skills in this regard include Management information systems, operations research, managerial mathematics, inferential statistics, research methodology and multivariate data analysis while qualitative skills include Business ethics and Social structure of business, Business communication, Business environment, organizational behavior and human resource management.

It can be well inferred from the discussion that it is very easy for a Management student to get a job because of his comprehensive nature of studies which are relevant and connected to industry practices.

Sumon chakrabarti, Author bio :-

suman

Professional writer, compiler and translator for major English publishing houses in management, commerce, humanities, social sciences, technology, general sciences and miscellaneous subjects. Faculty, content writer and developer of major tutorial homes and info tech enabled platforms in technology, management, commerce, social sciences, humanities, general sciences and professional studies. Chandigarh kala Kendra classical music-vocal degree holder. Stood first in professional English communication and writing from British Institute. Occasional singer and performer of modern and film songs in Bengali and Hindi. All India youth mock parliament and Ramcharitmanas recitation winner. Alumni of Bhavans institute of management science and contributor in publications of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan society.

 

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