Hello People I’m Santosh Laisram And I’m here to discuss about… …why most of the engineers opt for MBA in India? Engineering + MBA is such a lethal combination… …to have in the business world. Doing an MBA for an engineer definitely improves career prospect. However, for an engineer to become a manager, …one needs to have little bit of work experience… … and the knowledge of how business work or functions. Generally, it’s because an engineer tend to take on the management role as long as they’re working. It means that if an engineer is working in an organization for 3-4 years… …he/she will definitely get promoted… …& move on to vendor management or people management… …where lots of freshers & junior engineers will be working under them. Engineers tend rise through their ranks in their industry.. …& move on to managerial position in the same field. The strong analytical capability that engineers possess… …is highly valued in the business industry. but engineering education doesn’t really teach them about business aspect… it’s more about technical, innovation, …they create work/objects. Management on the other hand is about… …earning real money from those objects. So its like an engineer has innovated something new… …& after the creation he/she doesn’t know what to do with that. But an engineer with MBA… …knows exactly where to sell that object. That’s one advantage for doing MBA after engineering. Engineers can make excellent data-tools… …while managers knows exactly where to deploy them. Engineers knows the price. Managers knows the value. An engineering degree will teach you how to apply your knowledge practically. An MBA degree will teach you… …how to manage people with engineering degrees, …who are going to be working for you. It’s a double edged sword, engineering + MBA degree. This will definitely increase your salary package. Well, there are many more reasons… But these are few of the reasons that I’ve listed.