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Over 20 years of service in Pharma, Trading and Construction Industry. Passionate about guiding students in making the right choice for their careers.
  • User Asked on September 30, 2016 in Engineering & Technical.

    No. The preference is always given more to regular course. However, if you do not have any option other than distance, then you may try and get a degree from a reputed distance education college.

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  • User Asked on September 29, 2016 in Engineering & Technical.

    Since you have already done your B.Tech, and you are teaching, then it would be ideal that you may continue teaching, and side-by-side complete your M.Tech. This could probably enahcne your profile, and could be beneficial, especially while job hunting or seeking promotions.

    It is advisable to get MTech from top / good colleges, as the demand for a student coming from a top / reputed college is generally always higher.

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  • Well Sangita, you need to know that there is cut-throat competition out there.

    So, if you want to progress, you may need to do higher studies. Say, if you like engineering, and are good at it, then you may consider doing M.Tech with a specialisation of electrical engineering.

    Alternatively, if you don’t have much inclination towards the technical part, but would rather be happy in a role that involves, people or strategy, then you may consider getting an MBA degree with any specialisation of your choice. Here, it again depends on what you like to do and what skills you possess. Say, you are good at communicating one-to-one with people and like to train new joinee, recruit new talents, talk to them etc., then an MBA HR could be a good option. If you like communications, want to analyse how the market is working, launch new products, make a strategy on how to market it, then may be MBA-Marketing could suit you better.

    The reason for higher studies is that, now every other student is taking a masters degree, so when a company has a vacant position, they would first consider students with masters degree + some experienced students, while a degree holders’ turn comes next. Hence, to get ahead of the competition, higher studies + a bit of experience could be a good option.

    Since, you are already in to teaching, and if you like what you are doing, you may need to get a higher degree in teaching, so that you can try for better insitutions that could give you a better salary, faster promotions etc.,

    So, you need to weigh the pros and cons, do a bit of research on what could suit you better and act accordingly. Plenty of options are out there. All the best !!!!

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  • User Asked on August 21, 2016 in After 12th.

    After MBBS you get to do specialisation as Forensic Pathologist. Here is the definition from Wikipedia on it – Forensic pathology is a job of forensics. It is pathology that focuses on determining the cause of death by examining a corpse. The post mortem is performed by a medical examiner, usually during the investigation of criminal law cases and civil law cases in some jurisdictions.

    Forensic experts come from different field, hence, competition would be there, but then each has different role to play in forensics. So, either taking MSc or MBBS completely depends on what kind of role you are interested in forensics. If the above suits you, then you may take an MBBS degree first, or if you want to be a general forensic technician, you may go for BSc + MSc forensics.

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  • User Asked on August 21, 2016 in After 12th.

    D Pharma is a diploma level course, while M Pharma is a masters level course. Hence, there is no comparision.

    As far as job opportunities are concerned, M Pharma being a masters degree, the same is better. M. Pharma is also done after graduation in B. Pharma.

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  • User Asked on August 9, 2016 in Career.

    Any new thing is strange. So, do not worry on that front.

    If you are a bit confused, you may try and take up short time simple programming courses like Python etc., from a good institute, and check out how good are you at understanding them. Once you are confident that you can handle it well, then you may think of joining a fulltime course like MCA etc.,

    Programming is a continuous thing and it only improves with practice. Hence, the more you practice the better you become.

    There are quite a few free online tutorials on basic programming.

    Initially, however, it could be better, if you read how the computers work, how is data stored, the data structures, step-wise problem solving etc., from the internet and then start taking classes for programming.

    Everything is new when we start, but over the period of time with our hardwork and dedication we find that lot of things are possible. There is nothing to lose in trying.

    This answer accepted by Shyam Chilumula. on August 9, 2016 Earned 15 points.

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  • User Asked on August 8, 2016 in General.

    You need to check out on two things if you are planning MCA after BCom –

    First, you are not planning a career in accounting. Since, you are getting in to MCA, then coming back to a career in accounting will be a tough task later.

    Secondly, you should have the passion for a field like computer application. MCA is a good choice, but it involves lots of hard work and dedication, to be a good to decent programmer. You would be spending hours together on your computer and learning various software programming language. If you have genuine interest in coding then it could be a good option for you.

    Computer programming is all about numbers and logic. You need not be a genius in mathematics, but decent mathematical skills is important, and your logic should be at an excellent level.

    If you are okay with the above, then you may join MCA.

    I hope you have checked out the eligibility criteria for MCA after BCom.

    This answer accepted by Shyam Chilumula. on August 8, 2016 Earned 15 points.

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  • Both are good options, provided you have the interest and will to learn more and do the hardwork. To make a choice, you may try to understand what work is involved in these fields.

    Being a BCom student you could get job in to the following fields, if you are not planning higher studies –

    HR, Admin, Accounting etc., In HR you will involved in the basic levels of salary and recruitment process. In admin you will be involved in different task involving office management, again at basic levels, while in accounting it would be accounting entries that you will be involved. If you are interested in any of these, you may pursue it.

    To pursue a field like graphic and web designing, you will be involved with teams to work on graphics or web designing projects. Most of the time you will be working on your computer. There is no fixed hours of work in the initial few year. It is however a creative field and if you have a passion and skill to do it, it will be an interesting field.

    There are successful people in all fields, the reason being choosing something they are interested in, because if you have good interest in the work you do, you will try to learn more and develop your skills, which will take you higher in your profession.

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  • User Asked on July 29, 2016 in General.

    As per the NBHM website, the eligibility is as follows –

    Eligibility – 2016 – Only candidates belonging to one of the following categories can apply.

    • Students holding a first class B.A./B.Sc. degree in mathematics or students holding a B.A.(Hons.)/B.Sc.(Hons.) degree in mathematics with at least a second class.
    • Students in the final year of the B.A./B.Sc. programme expecting to complete the course by July 2016 with a first class (or, in case of an honours program, at least a second class).
    • Students with a good academic record who have already completed, or expect to complete by July 2016, one year of a recognized M.Sc. program in mathematics.
    • Students who have completed, or expect to complete by July 2016, three or four years of a five-year integrated M.Sc. programme in mathematics with cumulative marks/grade equivalent to a first class.

    Point number three states that “Students with good academic record” when it comes to MSc, and since according to you, since your first year did not go well, it could get tough.

    However, you may apply and hope for the best, since, as per you, you have scored first class in graduation. There could be nothing wrong in trying your chance if you are fulfilling the eligibility criteria.

    Keep your spirits positive. For more up-to-date information on this you may visit their office and get exact detailed information –

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  • User Asked on July 21, 2016 in Career.

    If you are sure about Forensic Science, then you could take up BSc Forensic Science, followed by higher studies viz., MSc in Forensic Science to pursue a career in forensic science.

    Alternatively, you may pursue MSc forensic science after your graduation in any of the following fields viz., Bsc in Biology / Chemistry /Zoology / Botany / Biochemistry etc., provided you meet the minimum percentage criteria set by the college you are applying.

    You may also pursue MSc Information Security and Cyber Forensics after your graduation in any of the above subjects and meeting the percentage criteria set by the college.

    After your studies you could try for jobs in State and Central Govt departments, or work for private investigating / detective agencies.

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