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Transformation replied | 24/10/2016

You should analyse that you are more inclined towards marketing or finance.
If the answer comes both, you should go for startups or you may think for your own business idea.
In case it is marketing, go to industries, apply for the jobs.
In case it is Finance, please apply in corporate like Big 4's or banks like World Bank or Goldman Sacks + you may go for CFA course as well.

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Dr Sanjib Kumar replied | 03/11/2016

Hello Shiv! You are sufficiently knowledgeable person. Now your top most and only priority must be getting employed at the earliest. You may take up a decent job in Finance or Marketing depending on your career interest area. During work please develop Skills and do the required certification courses as per your job demand. Good luck.

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Kalyan Ram replied | 14/10/2016

Hi Arunraj, I would advise to go forward and learn BI Visualization tools like Tableau / Qlikview will help along with Oracle exposure to get excellent job opportunities in India & Abroad with High Pay Packages. I am Sure..

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Rahul replied | 20/10/2016

Try to get a job in areas of oracle application.Identify companies who work in this domain or work for these application.All the best.

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Manvi Rajesh Tambi 20/09/2016 in  Career Counselling

Myself Manvi, studying in 11th Science PCM but confused to choose the career, and I don't want to do engineering. Please suggest

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Ignite-feat replied | 16/10/2016

If uh really don't want to do engineering that's fine.uh can go for commerce field and choose business man agent.this cource have good job opportunites

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Ignite-feat replied | 16/10/2016

Business management

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Jvsaisudheshna 29/08/2016 in  Career Counselling

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Hemant replied | 21/09/2016

To build the career you need to have Clarity, Goals, Plan, Actions and periodic Reviews. It is best to build the career based on your Interest, Ability and Natural Talents. It also helps greatly to have a Guide/Mentor/Coach. Hope this helps.

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Shruti replied | 22/09/2016

It is good that this question came in your mind. It shows that you are keen on it. This is a great thing.
Coming to the question, it is important that you first list out on your interests. Then go ahead and prioritize them in the order that suits you. When you have this clear, choose the one with the highest priority and start your ground research on it. Make deadlines for...  more»
It is good that this question came in your mind. It shows that you are keen on it. This is a great thing.
Coming to the question, it is important that you first list out on your interests. Then go ahead and prioritize them in the order that suits you. When you have this clear, choose the one with the highest priority and start your ground research on it. Make deadlines for yourself to move ahead with approaching it. Like for instance if you want to open up something, set a deadline that by this date i will atleast come up with the name of the organization. Then the people that would be of interest and so on. This should help you in building a strong career that would be of interest to you because at the end of the day if you really like something only then can you excel in it. «less

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Jitendra replied | 10/09/2016

As suggested many, you should focus communication skill and technical knowledge. Choose either Chip related technologies or CDAC or go for any programming language

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Krishna replied | 17/09/2016

Let me tell you my experience . There are plenty of unexplored opportunities all around India as well as abroad. Finding a job is really not difficult.
1) Ensure that you are employable above the certificate you hold.
2) Identify the strengths and weakness of your skill levels
3) Be goal oriented
4) Prepare to achieve by a hard and smart work

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Let me tell you my experience . There are plenty of unexplored opportunities all around India as well as abroad. Finding a job is really not difficult.
1) Ensure that you are employable above the certificate you hold.
2) Identify the strengths and weakness of your skill levels
3) Be goal oriented
4) Prepare to achieve by a hard and smart work

There are many people say that engineering has become very common degree and nothing special in it
I will say engineering is always special fr people who are passionate and ready with above 4 points.

Good luck
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Balu 21/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

what is the best job

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Hitesh replied | 29/08/2016

Any job which matches his / her interest or passion.

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Dr Sanjib Kumar replied | 30/08/2016

Hello! Please find out your interests, personality and aptitude and then decide a career. When ever you take up a job on this parameter then that will be best job for you. A job which is best for you may be mundane for other. So this purely rests on individual to individual. Good luck

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Balu 21/07/2016 in  Career Counselling, Bollywood Dance Classes

what is the best job

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Ashok replied | 29/08/2016

The one, which gives feeling of satisfaction and happiness.

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Design Education Centre And Academic Resource Center replied | 30/08/2016

design field job is best

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Harry 22/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

i want to pursue career in international relations and diplomatic studies , please suggest what to do after my class 12

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Dr Sanjib Kumar replied | 30/08/2016

Hello! Great to know that you are interested in International Relation studies. I am a PhD in this area. The best place to do this is JNU, New Delhi or Jadavpur University, Kolkotta during Post Graduation. In graduation you can take up any subject but Humanities subject is preferable. Good luck.

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Abroad replied | 03/11/2016

Hi Harry,

Please share your contact number for suggesting you with the best options abroad with low tuition fees.

Regards,
AECS World

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Sruti 19/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

Hello, I passed out in 2013 with B.E in information science. currently working in an e-retail company in nontech field. please let me know what kind of course should I choose for my growth or should i move to tech field?

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Dr Sanjib Kumar replied | 30/08/2016

Hello! As you are academically a technical person it would have been good to stick on this area rather E-retail. However, it is good that you are working. You may improve your expertise in Digital marketing, E-commerce, a softeware language etc. along with the job. You may go for online courses at http://www.coursera.org...  more»
Hello! As you are academically a technical person it would have been good to stick on this area rather E-retail. However, it is good that you are working. You may improve your expertise in Digital marketing, E-commerce, a softeware language etc. along with the job. You may go for online courses at http://www.coursera.org or http://www.edx.org. Yes one Distance MBA will also work for you. Good luck. «less

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Kaushik replied | 31/08/2016

Hi Sruti, You are qualified in BE and Working in E-retail. So i guess, u joined it for early earning or just for the sake of Job.
I really congratulate u for looking forward to progress in career as well as life.
Few sincere questions you must answer your self to sustain the your career progress....
1. R u happy with the job and salary?
2. With in 3 years, how...  more»
Hi Sruti, You are qualified in BE and Working in E-retail. So i guess, u joined it for early earning or just for the sake of Job.
I really congratulate u for looking forward to progress in career as well as life.
Few sincere questions you must answer your self to sustain the your career progress....
1. R u happy with the job and salary?
2. With in 3 years, how u r skill set increased with respect to salary?
3. What all skills ur superiors in present company having...List it and compare with your own skills.
4. BE is very decent qualification to position yourself any where in the company. What is stopping u to move ahead?
5. Skill is the basic criteria in any company for promotion. What are the new skills u gained after joining Job..

That's a brief check for progress in the same company...

Now your Second Question... Shall i move to tech Field...
1. R u happy with non tech work.. If not move to tech field.
2. Technical jobs are highly skill oriented. U should keep on appear for B E qualification Jobs. Upgrade u technical subject with time to time.
3. Does u ever knock the doors of any company for Job with ur qualification. They may not offer u a job but definitely tell u what they required. Go around 3-5 companies. Compile the Skill set they needed and work on it.

Wish u all the best... If u Can't see a target.. U Can't Hit it. Set the target as soon as possible «less

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Tejas 15/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

As Mechanical engg, how to enter in oil rigs company as fresher or something courses?

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

You can apply for written examinations of major oil PSUs. Private companies also declare vacancies on their websites..Learn Arabic as a side lanuage course which ultimately help you to land in Middle East countires macca of Oil and Natural gas companies. you may also try your luck in middle east by applying on Gulf http://www.Talent.com
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You can apply for written examinations of major oil PSUs. Private companies also declare vacancies on their websites..Learn Arabic as a side lanuage course which ultimately help you to land in Middle East countires macca of Oil and Natural gas companies. you may also try your luck in middle east by applying on Gulf http://www.Talent.com
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Dr Sanjib Kumar replied | 12/08/2016

Hello Tejas! Your stream Mechanical Engineering is the one of the core fields in Engineering. You can also take the Indian Engineering Services exam as well as GATE exam which will take you to the public sectors and MTECH too. My advice to you is that please go for higher studies in MTECH or MS abroad. In this sector more you are knowledgeable the better is your career prospects. Best of lick

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Daksh 12/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

I have completed my bca studies from vnsgu surat and scored 112 marks in cmat exam, so what should i do next mba or mca for better job opportunities ???

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

Daksh, It depends purely on what is your interest. Do not go by what others are doing and someone has suggested you. MBA is in multiple domain and your question specifically does not talk about your past and most importantly about you and your personality. Job is not about getting a job but its about sustaining in a job environment. Your own personality will help you to select...  more»
Daksh, It depends purely on what is your interest. Do not go by what others are doing and someone has suggested you. MBA is in multiple domain and your question specifically does not talk about your past and most importantly about you and your personality. Job is not about getting a job but its about sustaining in a job environment. Your own personality will help you to select either individual contributor role or Team management role in future.
you may call to discuss in detail about the same and i may be able to guide you accordingly. «less

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Joby replied | 09/08/2016

Hello DaKsh, As Nitin said, don't blindly follow others interests. Make a decision based on your likes and dislikes. MBA and MCA are two different career paths. Getting into the career based on your personal interests are more important than selecting an easy job that can easily lead you into frustrations later.

As per my opinion, you can prefer MCA, since you have...  more»
Hello DaKsh, As Nitin said, don't blindly follow others interests. Make a decision based on your likes and dislikes. MBA and MCA are two different career paths. Getting into the career based on your personal interests are more important than selecting an easy job that can easily lead you into frustrations later.

As per my opinion, you can prefer MCA, since you have BCA already. Focus on your programming skills during your MCA course and do research on current market trends and learn new technologies outside if it's not taught in your syllabus. I'm sure, this can help you to start a promising career in IT sector.
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Tapasya 11/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

I'm a B.E. Instrumentation graduate with a month and a half to spare before my joining date. What are the courses you suggest I can do in the time?

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Biswa replied | 16/07/2016

Hello Tapasya,

What will you be joining. What are your immediate and long term career goals. That will help in the plan of what to do in the time you have before you join.

Best Wishes,
Biswa Bhowmick

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

Try to learn MS office - Advance Excel and power point..because wherever you are what ever you do MS office is the basic and most of the people have only basic knowledge but if you learn it you will increase efficiency in proving reports and presentation at work in future. MS office course is also not very high but it will surely help you in your entire career life while performing job.

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Shyamkumar 09/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

Hi Myself Shyamkumar Enagandula, I completed M.sc chemistry in 2012. After my post-graduation I worked for orient cements as jr. production officer..now I have re- located to Hyderabad. my present age is 28 years.. Here I am unable to choose the right field. Actually I am intrested in business, due to economical issues I am unable to start bussiness,...  more»
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Myself Shyamkumar Enagandula, I completed M.sc chemistry in 2012. After my post-graduation I worked for orient cements as jr. production officer..now I have re- located to Hyderabad.
my present age is 28 years..
Here I am unable to choose the right field. Actually I am intrested in business, due to economical issues I am unable to start bussiness, present my need is to get a job with good salary, which field is netter for me..I have interested in IT also..please give me suggestion
thanking u
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Stuti replied | 15/07/2016

Hello Shyamkumar, I would like to help you. What are your Strengths, and currently we need to assess the kind of opportunities you have available in Hyderabad. First you need to narrow down your focus of the field you would like to get into even if you have to do a job. Let me know more and I will try and help if I can..

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

Its very natural reaction..you look perplexed due to multiple event happened with you and you also sense it for future. First, you need to assess your financials, if financials are fine then half of your confusion would be over. First search a job which will keep you passionate and motivated and once you are settled try spending your Saturday and Sundays on your business plan so...  more»
Its very natural reaction..you look perplexed due to multiple event happened with you and you also sense it for future. First, you need to assess your financials, if financials are fine then half of your confusion would be over. First search a job which will keep you passionate and motivated and once you are settled try spending your Saturday and Sundays on your business plan so that you may switch to your business in next 2 years time.
Most importantly, be patient, try to let go the situation - go with the flow and focus to get a job.
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Lavanya 09/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

Hi, I am doing my final year in B.com. I need to pursue my MBA in abroad and I need to clarify my doubt regarding that.

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Mouien Khan replied | 16/07/2016

Please try doing your MBA abroad from a good university, try to enter top colleges or else it's same as doing MBA from a local college here in Mumbai or India. It's better to work hard here and take admission in IIM A, or jb ims, or any good college. Keep the world economic scenario in your mind, do call before you take your decision. Will surely guide.

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Shriharsh replied | 24/07/2016

Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada offers better MBA opportunities / courses. Which country you are looking exactly & what you want to do? what are your aspirations? just get in touch with..

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Joyotidey 08/07/2016 in  Career Counselling

what is the way to go for higher education.

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

Question and background is incomplete. Please be more specific.

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Akshayakeerti replied | 13/07/2016

People are confused because they have lot of choices out of their fear of failure.They never listen to their true calling

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Deepak replied | 04/08/2016

IBPS is your best bet at this stage. Go for both clerical and PO.

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Surya 06/07/2016 in  BTech Chemical Engineering(BTech Tuition), Career Counselling

Hi, I am surya from chennai. I have just started my 3rd year in chemical engineering and i stilll am finding a lot of difficulties in trying to decide what to do after completing my degree. I have half my mind on for ms and half my mind on for mba. I feel equally drawn towards both the fields but i am not sure which path to tread upon and on what to...  more»
Hi, I am surya from chennai. I have just started my 3rd year in chemical engineering and i stilll am finding a lot of difficulties in trying to decide what to do after completing my degree. I have half my mind on for ms and half my mind on for mba. I feel equally drawn towards both the fields but i am not sure which path to tread upon and on what to set my target on. i feel its high time i started prep for any of which im going to choose. I badly need an experts advice. Thank you. «less

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Pradnyajagar replied | 21/07/2016

Hi, if you go for MBA, you will learn Managing a Business. So you will have two kinds of knowledge as Chemical Engineer and Management Graduate. It opens more career prospects in chemical related companies, or any other companies. If you do MS is same subject, chances of getting job in multiple companies will be limited. You will have to work in chemical companies only. So doing...  more»
Hi, if you go for MBA, you will learn Managing a Business. So you will have two kinds of knowledge as Chemical Engineer and Management Graduate. It opens more career prospects in chemical related companies, or any other companies. If you do MS is same subject, chances of getting job in multiple companies will be limited. You will have to work in chemical companies only. So doing MBA is a better option in terms of more job opportunities. Hope it helps you. «less

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

Why you want to go for MBA? Any particular reasons or because you think it will fetch you a job. you are the CEO of your life and career, you need to do self assessment and intro-aspect on what is you want out of the two. Also, please check on your personality type because both MS and MBA are two different stream and may land you in a job which may or may not match your personality.

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Why you want to go for MBA? Any particular reasons or because you think it will fetch you a job. you are the CEO of your life and career, you need to do self assessment and intro-aspect on what is you want out of the two. Also, please check on your personality type because both MS and MBA are two different stream and may land you in a job which may or may not match your personality.

had i been at your place, i would have focused on first BE Chemical Engineering and then thought of either job or MS rather MBA. MBA may not fetch you a job but BE Chemical Engineering degree will help you.
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Data Labs Training and Consulting Services replied | 27/08/2016

Do not learn something which everyone able to.Learn the skill which few people only can do.One of those is Data Science.And at the same time ,do not get cheated by people who are teaching only Haddop as Data Science.Data Science is applications of statistics and Mathematics.So if you are with mathematics background in your 11th and 12 th standard,go for data science.

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Krishnam Acharya replied | 28/08/2016

Yes rachana, better go for unix administration , that is more joyful and challenging by interact with all domains.i suggest linux administration whi is leading one in the market

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Gokul 02/07/2016 in  Career Counselling, Foreign Language Classes

Hi All, I have completed my BCA (regular) & M.sc IT in Correspondence.I work in MNC. I am not satisfied with my current financial situation. I am interested to do some personal business or teaching side (not on studies department). Interested in some other sector (extra curricular activities). So, Which is best course to learn (Any foreign Language),...  more»
Hi All,
I have completed my BCA (regular) & M.sc IT in Correspondence.I work in MNC. I am not satisfied with my current financial situation. I am interested to do some personal business or teaching side (not on studies department). Interested in some other sector (extra curricular activities). So, Which is best course to learn (Any foreign Language), or which field I have to choose for more pay. I m Interested to live with low work pressure environment.Any ideas Pls welcome ... Pls dont make funny «less

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Sanjeev replied | 03/07/2016

You can create your profile here on UrbanPro as a tutor, and check what are the coaching you can give.
This is very helpful portal, and you might be helpful for others.

For foreign language, you should take some certification course and then do the training.
If you can teach check there are many intitutions which has BCA course, see if you can take some subjects,...  more»
You can create your profile here on UrbanPro as a tutor, and check what are the coaching you can give.
This is very helpful portal, and you might be helpful for others.

For foreign language, you should take some certification course and then do the training.
If you can teach check there are many intitutions which has BCA course, see if you can take some subjects, as you also did MSc in IT, may be you can do more effectively. «less

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Ganeshreddy 29/06/2016 in  Career Counselling

sir, I am Ganesh i completed my graduation background of B.Com. Now i want to learn the software of SAS or SAP or any else is it fit to my studies or not. Now my age is 23 iam searching for a job tell now. So i am fixed to do a course of any software so plse help me what can i do on which course is fit to me and to my futher plse help me...  more»
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I am Ganesh i completed my graduation background of B.Com. Now i want to learn the software of SAS or SAP or any else is it fit to my studies or not. Now my age is 23 iam searching for a job tell now. So i am fixed to do a course of any software so plse help me what can i do on which course is fit to me and to my futher plse help me... «less

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Sanjeev replied | 30/06/2016

There are many courses for B.Com like Tally which will help you get accustom to computers then go for SAS or SAP, so the combination will work good for you.

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Shriharsh replied | 24/07/2016

Am working on SAP as an end user for last 12 years. I can guide you the exact / practical scope as a FI/CO consultant or ABAP consultant. Do contact me if keen to discuss further.. Thanks

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Gulshan 29/06/2016 in  Career Counselling

HI am G.mishra am complete my BA in 2012 now am working a private company zenith software ltd. job profile finacle application support in banking cbs i have over all 4 year experience in finacle application but my carrier growth is still stop in this field because i have no any technical degree kindly suggest me what id do for my carrier growth . Please...  more»
HI am G.mishra am complete my BA in 2012 now am working a private company zenith software ltd. job profile finacle application support in banking cbs i have over all 4 year experience in finacle application but my carrier growth is still stop in this field because i have no any technical degree kindly suggest me what id do for my carrier growth .

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Sanjeev replied | 30/06/2016

One thing you can do is go for a course in Java and get certified, then go for Hadoop developer certification, so you can look out for Big Data jobs in financial applications which will be boon for you.

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Pankaj replied | 01/08/2016

Chandra, if you are already into sales, Opt for Digital Marketing. Today we all know the scope of digital marketing. Every company is online and they want to increase their presence. Become an expert on one of the topic- Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Ads, Adsense, AdWords or anything you like. If you are an expert, you will be values more

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Concatit replied | 05/09/2016

Hai Mr. Chandra
DRD India is an MNC at info park cochin and now we have strted a new biz venture which bridge the gap b/w academia and industry.
we provide 4 IT courses IOS, Andriod, Java EE, ASp.net.
we also provide placement assistance for our students.

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Christie 28/06/2016 in  MBA Tuition, Career Counselling

hello
i am pursuing BCA which is a 3yr degree course and i am planning to do MBA from US but in US 3yr degrees are not acceptable so what should i do to be eligible to pursue my MBA from US??

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Biswa replied | 16/07/2016

Hello Christie,

The USA higher education system involves 4 years for a college degree. Hence all post graduate programs require 4 years of college study beyond the 12th grade of high school. For you it would be best to have another complete masters degree. It does not make sense to just have one more year after the 3 year bachelor degree and not do the extra that it takes...  more»
Hello Christie,

The USA higher education system involves 4 years for a college degree. Hence all post graduate programs require 4 years of college study beyond the 12th grade of high school. For you it would be best to have another complete masters degree. It does not make sense to just have one more year after the 3 year bachelor degree and not do the extra that it takes to complete the Masters degree. Note that along with the MBA which typically takes two years, most Business Schools in the USa have a number of one year Masters degrees like MS in Marketing, or MS in Finance or MS in Business Analytics. The MS is what you would consider as MSc in India, Master of Science.

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Biswa Bhowmick, PhD. «less

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Taosif replied | 22/07/2016

Apply for GRE and TOFEL Exams for procedures search in google

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Mohammed 28/06/2016 in  Career Counselling

I want to be software engineer what is necessary

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Biswa replied | 16/07/2016

Hello Mohammed,

There are several engineering programs in terms of a variety of institutes in India. But it would be easier to come up with a strategy if you mention your past academic credentials and what you are currently pursuing.

Best Wishes,
Biswa Bhowmick

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Nitin replied | 27/07/2016

your interest, passion and logical thinking is what will make you a real Software Engineer.

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Sushma 28/06/2016 in  Career Counselling

I have done an intensive ESL course from Rice University, Houston Texas. I also have done 3.5 weeks CELTA from Teaching House Houston but had to quit due to personal reasons. I have come back to India and I am settled in Noida. Can I get a job of an ESL trainer here in Noida or Delhi? If so, please suggest.

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Stuti replied | 15/07/2016

Yes I think you have plenty of opportunities in Noida. You can work as an Independent Consultant or Soft Skills Trainer. You need to explore your options about freelancing. There are many resources available on the internet nowadays...

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