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Career Quarry

 
#1 Career Quarry
12/10/2009 14:59

Binod Sarkar

Hi myself Binod,i am b.com graduate and right now i m very confused regarding my career.I have 2 options MBA or CS.So my question is wheather i m going for MBA or CS.What will be the prospect of this 2 within next 5-10 yrs.kindly help the needful

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#2 RE: Career Quarry
12/10/2009 16:28

Digger to Binod Sarkar (#1)

Sounds like you are stuck between a rock and a rock place....

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#3 RE: Career Quarry
12/10/2009 16:32

weel? to Digger (#2)

Hmm, I'm confused, are you asking me what I rockon?

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#4 RE: Career Quarry
12/10/2009 17:08

anon to weel? (#3)

With all due respect, i would focus on improving your english language skills, assuming you intend to work in a country where the primary language is english. This will benefit you far more than an MBA or CS.

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#5 RE: Career Quarry
12/10/2009 17:29

sm to anon (#4)

I have the opposite opinion to the somewhat arrogant other posters.

Binod you seem like exactly the sort of guy who might be running an outsourcing operations team in 5-10 years time. If my Queen's English-speaking colleagues find your version of English 'funny', that is their problem, not yours. If they cannot adapt their style to understand you, it is they who have the problem.

If you want to work in London, I agree you'd need to improve on your English, but given that most of the world is learning English you are in a strong position in the subcontinent.

The only advice I'd give is to explain what CS means, I do not know this abbreviation.

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#6 RE: Career Quarry
13/10/2009 14:56

anon to sm (#5)

You on the other hand, sm, seem to be Sherlock Homes!

How exactly did you come to the conclusion that Binod is likely to be running an outsourcing operation in a few years time?

Did he split an infinitive in a particulalry ambitious way?

Did he employ a malapropism that indicates the psycological profile of a super-efficient manager?

Did he mangle syntax in a way that betrays his in-depth knowledge of complex business processes?

All very well being "right-on", but you have just jumped to more of a random conclusion that the previous (clearly joking) posters.

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#7 RE: Career Quarry
13/10/2009 16:41

sm to anon (#6)

Ah another wise-guy.

If you read my post closely you will see I said he is the sort of guy who 'MIGHT' be doing that.

Who is to say he and those like him would not?

Clearly you are far too clever for me, suggest you go back to impressing your clients with your intelligence.

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