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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)

 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, Instead of choosing randomly and on the basis of trial and error method, you should on priority take the Engineering Branch Selector Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric test has been uniquely designed to judge your engineering skills. If you have an eligible JEE score, then it is better that you choose the branch very carefully. There is not point in joining, testing and then leaving if not liked. You will also have to think in terms of introspection about the areas in science you like the most and have scored well, like Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Maths, etc. There ar

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 48 minutes ago
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Dear Aspirant, What to do after BCom is a very common confusion. Hope you are confident about your BCom knowledge and domain knowledge.  MBA is the most commonly opted course after BCom by many, however this should not be the criteria for you for your career always. MBA if done from premier Institutes in India or abroad will only add value and not otherwise if done just for the degree sake or as a matter of adding degree because all doing so. Now that you are aware of the commerce fields due to BCom, I strongly recommend you to take the Commerce Career Selection Test from CareerGuide.com.

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on an hour ago
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Dear Aspirant, Two Masters degree or two graduations at the same time are now allowed as per the UGC rules. I feel that you are too much hurrying up in acquiring degrees. I would suggest that completing your MA Economics should be a priority if you are interested in the domain. Securing first class is highly recommended for better future career opportunities. Doing MBA in Finance is a good option. Human Resource for an Economics post graduate is not relevant. Please do not add MBA just for the sake of degree.  MBA through distance mode or part time basis can be done if you start work

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on an hour ago
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Dear Aspirant, I am sad to see that you scored only 45% in the graduation. Why so low percentage?  With 45% marks in graduation, you can get admission to the Chartered Accountancy course, however my concern is will you be able to study for the course with full dedication and efforts? If you scored 45% in graduation due to reasons like lethargy, procrastination attitude, casual attitude towards career and studies, then I do not think that you will be able to do the Chartered Accountancy studies and pass in first attempt. You have asked this question in Hindi, which means that you do not se

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on an hour ago
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Dear Aspirant, Nice to know your aspiration for Fine Arts. Advertising gives excellent career opportunities and they are unlimited and highly innovative. New and fresh ideas are always required in the advertising industry by keeping the customer in the central place. You are majoring in the English language which is a very good aspect for advertising. Language expertise is highly essential. Now since you are confused between the executive and creative side, choosing one of them is possible and not both in the initial stages. Creative side offers immense scope as well as the executive side. For

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on an hour ago
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Dear Aspirant, CLAT refers to the Common Law Admission Test conducted jointly by all the National Law Universities in India. With CLAT score, you can pursue a 5 year integrated Law course (Graduation with LLB degree) and you will be then eligible for very good career opportunities in the legal domain.  Eligibility to appear for CLAT exam is 12 pass with minimum 50% or equivalent score. The CLAT test the candidates general knowledge, aptitude, english, mathematics, etc. This CLAT exam questions are all based on the 12th level knowledge. CLAT is highly competitive and it is recommended that

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Dear Aspirant, BBA is an under graduate degree and therefore prospects for a full fledged career are low. BBA is just an introduction to the management science and administration which proves of help to pursue higher studies in management science and administration eg. MBA, MMS, etc. Job profiles as a fresh BBA graduate are in the fields of accounts, finance, banking, BPOs, KPOs, insurance, sales, marketing, data entry, voice process, back office operations, etc. All these fields are different from each other and therefore the job profiles also differ. They differ in terms of field work, timin

Answered by: Dr. Anand Wadadekar, Ph.D, Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India, on 2 hours ago
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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 December 07, 2016
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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 December 07, 2016
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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 December 07, 2016

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