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Hi Guys,
I am following this Site from last 6-7 years..... But right now I am in a strange position and I need an answer from JavaRanch guys....

Let me tell you some of my backgound.

My Educational and career background:-
1. I had done Bsc in Mathematics , C-DAC from pune....
2. I had worked in top companies in India.
3. Currently I am in Top company in US with having H1 - Visa.
4. I am currently in java/ BPM technology.
5. I am java certified and good hands on in one of the BPM tool named Savvion.

My Goal:-
1. I am currently 31 and wanna to retire on 45.

My Confusion:-
I am not able to decide that whether I should go on in Technical side or Business management side.

If I wanna to go to technical side then I am thinking that I should have a Java architecture by the time I will go back to India after 3 year.

else if I wanna to go to a management side then I should have a MBA degree in the coming 3 year.
If I need to do MBA then what field I should MBA and from which college and what should be the approach?
(My personal interest is in economics side which is way different from programing and everything else)

Whoever is reading this I hope will understand my confusion....

Please help me......

-Manash
 
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Have you heard of newly coined terms by industry-Techno functional/Solution Architect?.Currently in India, these people are in demand-People who are well verssd with Microsoft Project Plan,writing business specifications and sugesting technolgoies and doing architecture.
IMO,demand will grow for such people oevr a time.
My suggestion-Be on both the sides.
 
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My Goal:-
1. I am currently 31 and wanna to retire on 45.



If this is your goal, then making astute invetments that will generate passive income when you are retired is the way to go.

My Confusion:-
I am not able to decide that whether I should go on in Technical side or Business management side.




Perform a SWOT analysis. You will be the best person to make that decision. What really matters the most is your interest, passion and aspirations. At the end of the day, you need to enjoy what you are doing. In every field there are professionals who earn significantly more than the rest by being very good at what they do with good soft skills, marketing skills, and networking. You can only be good at what you do if you really enjoy it.


Good luck.
[ November 23, 2008: Message edited by: arulk pillai ]
 
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