(SEE) 2012 for Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Application respectively. While in the girls category, Preety Singh from Agra, and Snehalata Singh from Ghazipur emerged as toppers in MBA and MCA respectively. The results for the online entrance examination were declared by Gautam Buddh Technical University (GBTU) on Thursday, 10th May. Expressing happiness, the toppers unanimously praised the online mode of SEE and attributed it to their success.
Piyush who finished his exam half an hour before the scheduled time said, The online mode helped me finish exam early. Clicking on computer is easier than circling in the OMR sheet which at least wastes 15 minutes of time. Piyush who has finished his engineering from Ghaziabad now wants to specialise in finance. Finance is the most sought after specialisation in MBA. There are better job prospects and a handsome salary in this field, said Piyush. With similar views, Ankit Gupta, who finished Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) from Ghaziabad said, it was comfortable appearing for the online exam than the offline one.
The best part was that there was no disturbance in the time limit given to us. In offline mode, there are chances of time wastage. However, Ankit wants to go into marketing, as he likes interacting with people from different fields. MBA girls topper Preety Singh for whom SEE result was a surprise said, the online mode is far better than the offline. It gave us flexibility of date and time, which is absent in offline exam. Also, unlike the pen and paper mode, one can go back to any question any number of times in online. For her, MBA in finance or human resource is an ideal thing as it involves only sedentary work.
Endorsing the same views, Ritu Singh who wants to specialise in HR said, I think the credit for success goes to the online exam. It was time saving and easy off to answer. Sarita said, at a time when the world is going hi-tech, appearing in online exams is the best thing. It helps in improving speed and helps you to be confident, said Sarita. The male topper for MCA was Harpreet Singh and Sudhanshu Chaubey stood at second position. GBTU conducted SEE 2012 on April 21 and 28.For the first time, the online exam for MBA, MCA was held at 36 examination centres in 16 cities.
As per SEE coordinator, Prof V.K. Singh, in MBA, a total of 14,067 candidates had registered, out of which 10,919 appeared and 10,663 qualified. For MBA, in the OBC category, a total of 3,338 candidates took the exam and 3,227 qualified, while as many as 1452 candidates belonging to SC category qualified the exam against 1,497. In MCA, a total of 1,975 candidates belonging to OBC category qualified the exam and 446 candidates from SC category were successful. SEE deputy coordinator Manish Gaur and GBTU registrar US Tomer expressed happiness on the success of the online test.
Courtesy: Times of India