Both MBA and MCA are good at their respective places and cannot be compared on any scale. Both deals with different aspects and cannot be merged.
While Masters of Business Administration(MBA) that equips you with the qualities that will help you get jobs in the business Management.It equips you with leadership skills,critical thinking,experential learning. After completing MBA you can get to work in corporate sectors.
Master of Computer Applications(MCA) equips you with advanced knowledge of software. You will be taught to make different and critical computer Applications and software. After doing MCA,you can get to work in various IT industries.
Hence,it entirely depends upon your calling and intrest.
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Mba-Master of business administration
Mca- Master of computer application
MBA and MCA good courses both are capable of getting good jobs but both are different field if you do MCA and MBA in good colleges which have better campus placement you will get good job otherwise it is difficult to find jobs outside ,
getting high salary is not depends on what courses you have studied ,in MBA it depends on which good company you will get generally MBA company offered high salary package for you can go for management side for HR and,software side where as MCA there is a chance to get jobs in software also software company provides good salary package
regarding MBA salary people get more than MCmmA since they help in reviewing the business policies of the company which state highway leads to profit
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If you are interested and good at programming and mathematics and want to see yourself as a Software Developer in the future, then go ahead with MCA.
If you are just interested, but not good at programming, and still want to see yourself as a Software Developer in future, then opt MCA but you'll have to work harder, join additional courses and learn to code properly.
If you're not planning on becoming a Software Developer, but just fascinated with the IT Industry, then opt for MBA in Information Technology.
If you have lost interest in the IT world after completing BCA, then opt for MBA.
Now, the harsh truth. There is absolutely no point in pursuing a course in MBA from any random college or university. If you want to make it big, then join anyone of the most reputed Business Schools (preferably in the Top 10 list) by cracking their Entrance Exams and excel in the subjects there to make your way into interviews for jobs that pay you more than you what you'd need. You'll have to study and work hard for two years. Getting a MBA degree from any random college with average marks will land you a job of a telemarketer or salesman or somebody's assistant or something like that unless you get some recommendations from someone in the big league.
MCA is more skill based, if you manage to score really good at the core/main subjects and score just good enough in other subjects in MCA and impress your interviewers with your programming skills, then you can get into any company that recruits freshers. Initially you might feel that what you're earning as a developer is less but that's just because you still have the label "FRESHER" pasted on you. The salary perks of developers are huge. If you work right, then with the right amount of experience and added knowledge, you could be earning a 6-figure salary per month after few years.
But MBA is skill-based as well as work-based. The course duration is less when compared to MCA, but the amount of work is more, more than you can imagine. You must have heard about students who pass out from IIM or SRM or VIT earning 80,000 or 1lac per month in their first job. Well, they don't earn for nothing, they are actually skilled and smart enough to earn that amount, it's like no pain no gain situation here, even if you're god-gifted. So if you work hard and do the right things, then you could fetch a job that gives 7-figure CTC from the beginning.
Although many have opted for MBA even after completing MCA and becoming developers 'coz let's face it, at some point, people do feel like becoming a manager . Others stay true to their dream and remain developers and keep enjoying the perks and pay-hikes.
So decide wisely. There's no turning back once you have completed the course. 2/3 years is a long time and too valuable to be wasted on the wrong course.
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