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Dr. Anand has 15 yrs experience in education, financial sector and writing. He advises on Finance, Banking, Management, Commerce, Engineering, He is B.Com, M.A. Economics, PGDFB (SIBM), DIT, Ph.D (Education Economics)

 Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, is a career counsellor based at pune, Maharashtra area. View all career counsellors from pune

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Dear Aspirant, Once you choose Marketing and that too after doing Engineering, you should be open to any sector, any domain. Marketing is a big thing, firstly you will get jobs in Sales and when you prove your capability in Sales, you will then be able to rise to the job of Marketing. Doing Marketing without the background of Sales, will not be good. You can expect jobs in marketing of industrial products, manufactured products since your background is in engineering, however this cannot be guaranteed, since majority of marketing or sales jobs are in FMCG and financial services. I am sad

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 24, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, You can start your journey in writing by actually starting to write something. For example, you can start writing blogs based on your ten years of work experience. Those experiences should be unique and should be written in such a way that people who read gain something from it. You will have to decide whether you wish to write fiction or non fiction. For non fiction the scope is unlimited from very good literature creation or just non sense but yet interesting. Editorial experience you will not be able to do in the initial states since without a command over writing you will no

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 24, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, Nice to see your inclination towards Psychology as a career option. Your query does not mention any thing about your current education status. However, I will then tell you how you could get educated to become a Psychologist. Psychology is the only science which does not have a definite definition and there fore it is a very deep, vast and yet always ever green field to explore.  After 10th, you can opt for any stream from Science, Commerce, Arts(Humanities). However, generally those who wish to become psychologists, choose Science or Arts stream. After you pass 12th std ei

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 24, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, With Biology as a subject in your 10+2 level, there is tremendous scope for bright careers. Since it is PCB, Biology or Chemistry of Physics can be a major part in your career and it appears that you are not very comfortable with Mathematics. Below are some of the career options you can choose from:   Dentist Dermatologist Dietician Nutritionist ENT Specialist Food Technologist Pharmacy Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary Radiology Technician Pathology Botany Biologist BioTechnology BioMedical Engineering Microbiology / Horticulture Forestry Para-M

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 24, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, With Mathematics as a subject in your 10+2 level, there is tremendous scope for bright careers. Since it is PCM, Mathematics would be a major part in your career and it appears that you are very comfortable with calculations, figures, illustrations, etc. Below are some of the career options you can choose from:   Any Engineering (preferably Mechanical, Electrical, ECE, Computer Science, IT, Instrumentation)   Architecture   Computer Science   Mathematician   Statistician   Astronomy / AstroPhysics   Actuarial Science However I wou

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 24, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, It appears that you have passed your 10th std and you are thinking of being a Chartered Accountant and for that you wish to know which stream among Arts/Science/Commerce would be good. Of course and undoubtedly, you should go ahead with Commerce stream. I appreciate that you have already made up your mind for becoming a Chartered Accountant at a very early and right stage, however thinking and actually being suitable for that is different. I would suggest you to take the Stream Suggestor Test from Career Guide.com. This psychometric test will check your real potential, aptitude,

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 22, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, When choosing a chartered accountancy firm for doing article ship, you should consider the following points: 1. Number of clients of the firm 2. Background of the proprietor and partners of the firm 3. Number of present article ship students and also how many did their article ship in the firm in the past 4. The working culture of the firm 5. Other factors like location of the firm for the purpose of travelling If based on the above points if you feel that SS Kothari & CO in Chandigarh is best, then you should go ahead and should not think about location like Delhi, etc. Alw

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 22, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, I personally do not see any logic behind doing PhD Sociology from abroad. Why did you do MA Sociology through distance learning? Were you working while doing MA? If no, then I would suggest that you should do PhD from Indian Universities. I would suggest that you should start working based on your MA Sociology and then enrol for a PhD program. If you wish to teach Sociology in colleges, then you need to appear for NET/SET exam conducted by UGC so that you get Assistant Professor job. If you do this, your PhD will be more smooth. To remain in the teaching profession completing NE

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 22, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, C'mon cheer up! Not doing Engineering from IITs or NITs is not at all a drawback as far as your career is concerned. Not everybody graduates from IITs and NITs but almost everybody can lead a good career in future. Always remember how good you are as an engineer matters the most and not only the Institute from which you are doing engineering. Definitely you should always aim for top institutes for best gain, however, you can become successful and a good engineer by doing engineering from an average engineering college. Yes, 74% is a low score in science stream and I would instea

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 22, 2017
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Dear Aspirant, WAIT WAIT WAIT! Why are you going ahead with your engineering course and why are you thinking of doing psychology after engineering? Why not go ahead and do psychology? If your interests and aptitude lies in psychology why are you wasting it in engineering? After engineering means you will waste four years, money of your family, and take efforts to study what you actually don't like. Instead of this why not enrol into BA Psychology and get graduated in that in three years? After BA Psychology, you need to do MSc Psychology or Clinical Psychology or Family Counselling, etc. which

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on July 22, 2017

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