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Dr. Anand has 10+ yrs experience in education and financial sector, 12+ yrs into writing articles and books. He advises on Finance, Banking, Management, Commerce, Engineering, Education. B.Com, M.A. Economics, PGDFB (SIBM), DIT, Ph.D (Education Economics)

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Dear Aspirant, Pilot or Aeronautical Engineering courses are definitely costly courses due to the training involved in it. However, you take a loan from a bank to make your dream come true to become a Pilot. Hope you are medically and physically eligible for Pilot training and license. However, I would suggest why don't you check out scientifically which Engineering you are suitable for? This can be possible through a psychometric test from CareerGuide.com called as Engineering Branch Selector Test. This psychometric test will test your aptitude in terms of engineering, your real interests, in

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 2 days ago
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Dear Aspirant, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is an excellent career option in the field of law. There is specialisation available in law courses in IPR. IPR is about the copyrights, patents, geographical indications, trademarks, etc. which are the intellectual property of an organisation and organisations are very much keen to protect them through the IPR laws. There are also litigations which arise in this field where expert advocates are required to plead in the Court of Law. For a career in IPR domain, doing a LLB course is recommended. After that a Masters in Law (IPR) is possible or

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 2 days ago
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Dear Aspirant, You are 26 years old already? Didnt you study anything till now? What were you doing till now after 10th std? You seem to have lost valuable years in your life. By the age of 26, you should have been into a job and towards settlement.  After Diploma in Computer Science, it is recommended that considering your age, you should first prefer a job if you get. Alongside job, you can then enrol for BTech part time from a good Institute and University. I would recommend a job, however it may not be always possible to get a good job since companies would prefer graduation in engine

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 2 days ago
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Dear Aspirant, Have you completed your commerce graduation or about to complete? Anyways, you are not eligible for food and nutrition courses on the basis of commerce studies. They are purely science / biology subject domains. How did you know that your interests are in health and wellness field? IF you have decided that you wish to be in the well ness industry, then instead of nutrition and food, you can think of Aerobics, Yoga, Gym, hospital management, freelance nutrition consulting like Herbalife, etc. BA Yoga is not a long term career if are looking for a job etc.  I feel, you are to

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 3 days ago
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Dear Aspirant, It appears that you are a Civil Engineer and wish to do Masters. Definitely a right decision to take up masters. Any specific reason for doing Masters in Construction Management from abroad? If you are planning to work in India in the construction industry, then by now you must have understood that construction in India does not happen with the help of too much advanced technology and other problems. Doing MS in Construction Management from abroad may sound fantastic, but on the ground reality it does not matter much. However, I would suggest you to do it from NICMAR (Hyderabad&

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 3 days ago
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Dear Aspirant, Having 40% in your graduation and that too of commerce which is a scoring stream is really a problem area. The fact is all courses generally admit students on the minimum percentage of 45-50% only. Your 40% is a problem which you will have to live with. What can you do now should have been thought about when you appeared for the exams of graduation very casually and got so low percentages. However, you can do one thing now. Do M.Com in a good subject which you can score in and get atleast 55%. After this you will be able to get jobs to begin your career at lower level or you may

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Dear Aspirant, You are looking at complete non science career options. What made you look at them and how did you come across them being into the science stream for 12th? PCM with computers is a good stream you have already selected and therefore choosing any other stream should be done very carefully and with 100% surety. Civil Services, Fashion Designing and Law are all different from each other. It is obvious that you are not reaching a deciding point for your future career. I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test first from CareerGuide.com. This is a psychometric test which 

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Dear Aspirant, It appears that you are bogged down by now due to over studies of the banking exams. It is December 2016 that means that you have spent almost 1.5 years in studying for the banking exams and not successful. It is not that every body who appears for the banking exams clears in the first attempt. Therefore if you are really still interested in the banking sector for a long term career, then you should try more by studying smartly. If you wish to leave the banking sector and not sure what to choose, then I would strongly suggest that you take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.

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Dear Aspirant, It appears that you have opted for Arts/Humanities stream after 10th and now you are not able to decide what you can do after 12th Arts. There are really a good number of career options in the field of humanities/arts after 12th as well as graduation. Some are listed below for your information: Law   Business Management (HR / Marketing, International Business)   Marketing   Media   Mass Communication   Journalism   Economics   Languages (Indian / Foreign)   Literature Psychology   Travel & Tourism   Hote

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Dear Aspirant, Having leadership skills without experience does not have value. It is really nice to see that you are thinking about your career and also analysing within you what you have in you. Now you need to also become aware of the practical and industrial world which requires skills and not just qualifications. Pursuing Mechanical Engineering is wise decision and that should be your first priority and focus area. MBA is not always required for everybody. If you do MBA immediately after Engineering, the jobs you will be offered then may not be engineering related and therefore then what

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 5 days ago

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