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The job of a translator is to translate the foreign language. Translators work with various technical materials such as letters, reports, memos, minutes, books, articles etc. The core of their work is to read and edit the written material and prepare summaries and translate the information into the desired languages. The key skills of a translator include fluency in a number of foreign languages as well as good English skills in written and oral. Area of specification may include technical, scientific, political and legal.

Hi Dear, Congratulations! As I care for your career, I would like to tell you that 74% is pretty average score nowadays when most of the students to whom I place is having above 80% to 85% in their 10th and 12th. So let's be very honest.  B.Sc. will lead you towards M.Sc., M.Tech and PHD and you will end up working as an Academician. You may also end up fighting for entrance examinations like CAT, XAT etc. later.  B.Tech. will take you towards job as an option as well other than all above options. Best wishes Himanshu Vyas Head - Placements Adani Institute of Infrastructure Ahmedabad

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for putting up your query here. Well, to become a clinical psychologist, minimum qualification is MPhil in Clinical Psychology. Following is the career pathway to become a Clinical Psychologist: MA/MSc in Psychology (preferably specialize in clinical psychology if you want to do become clinical psychologist) MPhil in Clinical Psychology (you have to appear in entrance test and interview) PhD in Clinical Psychology (is desirable but not mandatory to work as a clinical psychologist) When you choose institutions for MPhil, please consider institutions which are recognized/

Hell friend, The career in library and information science is in demand because the libraries are considered as repositories of knowledge and information and are indispensable in the information age. with the merging of information technology with library science, the nature of libraries and the scope of their services have radically changed. The job involves wide range of reading and processing of the information content through cataloging, classification and indexing, storing documents and retrieving the required information and so on. In your query you have not mentioned your academic q

Dear aspirant If you love psychology then you are definitely free to study this course. I understand your basic bachelors degree is in political science but you should ask yourself why you want to study psychology. I have seen as a counsellor that many students get sudden interest into a new subject and it will be completely irrelevant to their bachelors degree. It is no harm to get sudden interest but you should also judge if this will prove useful to your future. You can also find ways to some how link this new subject to your bachelors degree. I will give you few examples. I know

Communication skill plays  a vital role in every field.Some people inherited it generation wise and family teachings.It is also a God gifted art.For example,our noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore was a brilliant personality who had all the best qualities in his field without going to even formal School and founded world famous institute - 'Shantiniketan'. But certainly one has to make best efforts to learn,speak,analyse,participate in debate,discussion,critical thinking,understand psychology,writing flow,to earn knowledge in every field, careful observation capability,reading,delivery of

Hello friend, The professor in university is a senior person who joined the university or college as Assistant Professor then promoted to Associate professor and then finally to Professor. To become a professor in a university, it takes generally 15-20 years, depending upon the performance of the person. As per the UGC (University Grant Commission) guidelines, the salary of a Professor is as follows: Assistant professor Grade One Rs 15600-39100 plus academic grade pay of Rs. 6600 per month. Total salary = 36240 Assistant Professor Grade Two Rs. 18600-39100 plus academic grade pay of

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Hello Anisha,  Must first congratulate you on your well planned career path. As you have mentioned you wish to be a professor and are also preparing for NET / SET exams, my opinion would be focus on M.Phil followed by a P.Hd. Reason being that to move towards the position of lecturer one needs a research degree. Hope this answers your query. Wish you good luck..

Hello Jeevan,   Knowledge regarding what?   Please write back being specific, so that can help you.   Wish you good luck..

The World is becoming a global hub, as a result, a great connection is being built in between various countries. As links denote a country’s progress and development status in every field, so this progress is opening numerous job opportunities for the natives of different countries to work with the people in the world at large. But one of the requisite for this kind of job is that you must know a variety of foreign languages to work in this sector. Not only due to this reason but also for other reasons the scope of foreign languages is surging to really a great extent in every field or s

Hi Akshita.. Practical knowledge is the best part about Master courses in Psychology. Both MA and MSc will be having more papers and classes for experience of the students in the field. However it may vary between the institutes. SO you may have to choose the institute rather than the course for getting much experience in the field of clinical psychology. The courses like MA in Applied Psychology is also offering more practical classes to the students in institutes like JMI, Delhi University, Lovely Professional University, Punjab University, Christ University etc.The institutes like Ranchi un

Dear Aspirant, Your question indicates that you have secured a good score in NEET. Congratulations! Now as far as your question is concerned, BDS and BAMS both are better. So why don't you do both? Now doing both is impossible right, then only option is choose one of them, but not by comparing them selves. Comparing courses and people leads you no where.  BDS is about Dentistry and BAMS is about Ayurveda. Two are different. You can compare between a rotten apple and a good apple but not between an apple and an orange for nutritional values, since both are distinct and both are necess

Hello Vidhi,   Congratulations you are a graduate.   But honestly its a very poor score.   Never the less, you have an opportunity, in the field of literature, where by you could pursue courses in journalism and get a job in any publication house as an translator slowly with experience moving to the genre of an editor.   Apart from this, you have an opportunity in the embassy. You could pursue a masters degree and then follow it up with a B.Ed, or NET/SET if you score a minimum 55% only.   Wish you good luck...

Take an online assessment test to discover the strengths in your personality. A career counselor will recommend the right courses for you. Check if the options match your requirements in terms of ambition, geography, finances etc.  Choose the option, which fulfils most of the requirements. Enter, study hard and do not look back.