M.B.L. after B.Tech (CSE)


Hi,
I'm working in PSU and want to my enhance my qualification.
I want to add one more degree to my profile for my career growth in same PSU, as in higher level it requires a management degree. Please suggest me if M.B.L. from national law school of india university be suitable for me?
If not then suggest something else?
Hi,
I'm working in PSU and want to my enhance my qualification.
I want to add one more degree to my profile for my career growth in same PSU, as in higher level it requires a management degree. Please suggest me if M.B.L. from national law school of india university be suitable for me?
If not then suggest something else?
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MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).
MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).
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Ka83
MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).


This is a sweeping statement and wrong on many counts.

The MBL is not a professional degree and does not allow you to practice law.

The MBL from NLSIU is not recognised as a masters degree in any university (for PhD / MPhil) except NLSIU itself.

The MBL, in my experience is just a very marginal benefit which cannot substitute for a good LLB (or BTech / CA/CS).

There are several distance education LLB options in India which allow for subsequent entry at the bar. The MBL is not one of them.

Please dont give advice so lightly
<blockquote>MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).</blockquote>

This is a sweeping statement and wrong on many counts.

The MBL is not a professional degree and does not allow you to practice law.

The MBL from NLSIU is not recognised as a masters degree in any university (for PhD / MPhil) except NLSIU itself.

The MBL, in my experience is just a very marginal benefit which cannot substitute for a good LLB (or BTech / CA/CS).

There are several distance education LLB options in India which allow for subsequent entry at the bar. The MBL is not one of them.

Please dont give advice so lightly
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MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).


This is a sweeping statement and wrong on many counts.

The MBL is not a professional degree and does not allow you to practice law.

The MBL from NLSIU is not recognised as a masters degree in any university (for PhD / MPhil) except NLSIU itself.

The MBL, in my experience is just a very marginal benefit which cannot substitute for a good LLB (or BTech / CA/CS).

There are several distance education LLB options in India which allow for subsequent entry at the bar. The MBL is not one of them.

Please dont give advice so lightly

Why would someone take an LLB when they need a management degree? A person in search of a management degree would take an MBA or rarely an MBL (in case they's like to know some business law)? If you would have read properly, you wouldn't speak like you did.
<blockquote><blockquote>MBL from NLSIU is the best distance-ed program in Law in India, but as an engineer in CS, you might want to consider a good MBA instead. An MBA from an IIM will enhance your CV. If you're not into MBA's, you could also consider NALSAR University of Law's Masters in Business Law and Administration (MBLA).</blockquote>

This is a sweeping statement and wrong on many counts.

The MBL is not a professional degree and does not allow you to practice law.

The MBL from NLSIU is not recognised as a masters degree in any university (for PhD / MPhil) except NLSIU itself.

The MBL, in my experience is just a very marginal benefit which cannot substitute for a good LLB (or BTech / CA/CS).

There are several distance education LLB options in India which allow for subsequent entry at the bar. The MBL is not one of them.

Please dont give advice so lightly</blockquote>
Why would someone take an LLB when they need a management degree? A person in search of a management degree would take an MBA or rarely an MBL (in case they's like to know some business law)? If you would have read properly, you wouldn't speak like you did.
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Ka83

Why would someone take an LLB when they need a management degree? A person in search of a management degree would take an MBA or rarely an MBL (in case they's like to know some business law)? If you would have read properly, you wouldn't speak like you did.


I'm afraid you are either very naive or you know very little about the usefulness of all the degrees you have quoted.

An MBL is no substitute for a 'management' degree as OP has queried. Not a substitute at all. Period. The NALSAR degree is worse. Both these are a waste of time and money and are discarded by informed hiring managers. A worthwhile substitute to a conventional (full time) management degree would be a distance MBA from IGNOU.

The fact that you endorse it (MBL) as a substitute for an MBA is reflection of your ignorance. I mentioned a distance LL.B. as a far superior alternative to the MBL - in case a distance degree in law is unavoidable. At least the LL.B. enhances a resume as a professional degree (which the MBL does not) and opens the doors to practice.
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Why would someone take an LLB when they need a management degree? A person in search of a management degree would take an MBA or rarely an MBL (in case they's like to know some business law)? If you would have read properly, you wouldn't speak like you did.</blockquote>

I'm afraid you are either very naive or you know very little about the usefulness of all the degrees you have quoted.

An MBL is no substitute for a 'management' degree as OP has queried. Not a substitute at all. Period. The NALSAR degree is worse. Both these are a waste of time and money and are discarded by informed hiring managers. A worthwhile substitute to a conventional (full time) management degree would be a distance MBA from IGNOU.

The fact that you endorse it (MBL) as a substitute for an MBA is reflection of your ignorance. I mentioned a distance LL.B. as a far superior alternative to the MBL - in case a distance degree in law is unavoidable. At least the LL.B. enhances a resume as a professional degree (which the MBL does not) and opens the doors to practice.

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