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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 Rashmi, First of congratulations on your percentage, you have done well. And thank you for sharing your concern with other community members, who would be greatly benefitted from your query. Now before you choose either of the streams you have to first see the time and return on both choices, Btech 4 years with place event opportunity, B.Sc 3 years might not be available with placement assistance. Hence, you need to first check the time commitment and energy investment in both the courses. Second is your end goal lecturer course required additional qualifications also such as NET exam to be

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 harshitha, Clinical Psychology is  a specialised field in the area of Psychology. They work in close sync with mental health institutes, hospitals as well as Psychiatrist Mainly deals with both neurotic and Psychotic ailments. They are mainly into diagnostics i.e. diagnosing an ailment through the use of various verbal and non verbal Psychometric test. They are also into therapy or counseling but only after the Psychiatrist has finished the earlier Psychiatric treatment. A Clinical Psychologist also deals with diagnosis (assessments) as well as counseling of issues related to anxiet

Hello Alefiya,   Yes. To pursue a B.Ed, you need to be a Graduate and also have to clear the entrance exam. You could also clear your Graduation through correspondence.   Wish you good luck..

Indian companies are growing substantially on global market and Indian market is playing a significant part as a source of huge success for multinational companies; it becomes important that there is no shortage of professionals who can subdue the language barrier and alleviate fluent communication for proper transactions related to business. There is a huge demand for experts of a foreign language with a good understanding of cultures. Foreign language as a career is emerging as a successful career path and those who are willing to explore it have numerous opportunities to work in a multinati

Hello Sailaja,  According to me teaching and pursuing a P.Hd are two different things. One thing you can do here is opt for a guest lecturer in the same Institute where you would be pursuing your P.Hd or any other institute. Only then probably can UGC consider it to be a teaching experience. But I still have my doubts, so best would be check the UGC website or write to them and get a clarification   Wish you good luck....  

Hello Ram,  You have good qualifications. You have just 2 options now:  Take tutions at home Join coaching classes and fix up a time you are comfortable to work at. Apart from this, you could check for some online data entry kind of jobs. Wish you good luck..

Yes, of course, you are eligible for appearing in the NET (National Eligibility Test) with having a Master degree from the IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University). The IGNOU is well known and national level Open University and is established by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1985. The courses of the IGNOU are recognized by the UGC (University Grant Commission) and AIU (Association of Indian Universities) for the purpose of further education in regular courses. Every college and University in India accepts the IGNOU degree for the educational related matter like a

Appearing for the SET/NET/JRF exams requires one to have completed post-graduate studies from a recognized university. So, have you completed your post-graduate degree course? If not then still you will be benefitted knowing the details beforehand about these national level eligibility test. NET is a National Eligibility Test which is conducted at the national level by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) on behalf of the UGC (University Grant Commission). Thus UGC is a final authority and is responsible for all matters including guidelines related to the NET whereas CBS

Hello Nehla,  Yes of course you can. Preferably after 12th commerce shift or take and opt for Psychology. Then at masters could opt for Clinical Psychology specialization. Wish you good luck...

Hello Siddharth,  Hope you do not shift to any other career or course as such. If you wish to get into teaching, you have 2 options:  If you wish to be a high school or primary school teacher or teach in junior college then appear for B.Ed . The minimum eligibility for B.Ed is graduation If you wish to be a lecturer in a degree college, then appear for NET / SET followed by a P.Hd degree. Wish you good luck.    

Hello Raju,  Any Graduate with a minimum 50% score is eligible for a B.Ed course. Since you are a computer graduate, you are eligible for a B.Ed course. Wish you good luck...

Hi Windy,  You can learn any language, but the important thing is practise. If you don't use it regularly then it might not help you much. Hence before you decide to take any language, see the opportunity for learning and practise. With using your newly gained knowledge it would be just another certificate in your academic portfolio. Better learn or practise the language in your interest line of work and then opt for a certification to compliment your skill set. Hope, this answers your concerns, wishing you all the best.