Getting an under graduate and a post-graduate degree is everyones dream, however, there are some people who are unable to secure top marks and fail to pursue their dream education from a reputed college or a well known university. In cases where people really couldnt afford quality higher education due to low scores, there are many universities which have come up with distance education MBA or other bachelor and post graduate degrees.
Moreover, many top notch universities have also open the door of high quality graduation and post graduation education to the students who fail to score good marks. And, to make all this possible, universities have decreased the minimum percentage of marks required, which is just 60% now to get admission in courses such as electronics engineering, BBA aviation and MBA power management. However, to get admission in world class universities with such low marks, students must have either scored or they need to score minimum at least 60% marks in secondary as well as senior secondary exams.
And usually, there are only a few courses that cannot be opted for by individuals after completing their schooling, viz. Bachelor of Technology, BDS and MBBS. These are the courses which a student from a science background can opt for, but there is one more glitch. In the Indian education system students having physics, chemistry, biology, and math can get in any of the available courses. But, students having physics, chemistry and math with computer science can never opt for BDS or MBBS as their course choice.
However, it is totally different in case of Master of Business Administration, as students from any graduation background can easily opt for this course and acquire and hone their management skills. But, there are some specific management courses, which have been started by some leading universities, and those courses cannot be pursued by each and every student, and some of those courses are post graduate management programs are MBA in Information Systems, Infrastructure Management MBA etc.
Students having an engineering or Bachelor of Science degree are the only ones who can pursue these courses. But to get admission in any of the MBA programs in any of the worlds best universities, students must score or have scored minimum 50% in their 10th, 12th and graduation.