I would not suggest a Diploma in Export and Import since it will give very very basic level of information about International Business.
I would strongly suggest you to have a long term perspective and pursue MBA International Business. If you can manage to do MBA International Business from a premier Institute or a good reputed Institute with good placements, then there is no need to MIB from abroad. Always remember, International Business depends on the country's foreign trade policies and regulations, there it is bound to be different from country to country.
Your query is too generic, so giving a specific answer would be difficult.
The major institutes abroad are Arizona State university, Stanford University, University of California, university of Florida, Massachusetts institute of technology, university of Michigan, Princeton university, Columbia university, duke university, university of Pennsylvania, university of Pittsburgh, the university of Texas, university of notre dame etc.
This is just a list of institutes offering different courses at different places.
To streamline, it would be better if you can decide upon the location
For selection in every we;; known company, there’s a procedure that includes various steps like telephonic interview, group discussion, technical round, personal interview, background verification, etc. At least one or two of these steps are conducted. It seems none of these have taken place before making a job offer in this case. As rightly suggested by Dr. Anand, check every detail like available vacancies and official email address on emcore website and send them an email about your query. Do not go for any visa process unless and until you get it cleared from the emcore w
As far as the Welingker Institute is concerned, it is very well recognised, famous and has very good industry connect.
Which part time post graduate degree are you speaking about? Please specify so that I can advice you appropriately. You can give me a call through this system as well and we can discuss.
Choosing specialisation is critical and should not be done randomly. What are your interests and which graduate are you? Your specialisation in post graduate may or may not depend on your graduation stream. Kindly specify this too.
Doing part time MBA from Welingker is a good op
Though you may get jobs based on polytechnic in information technology, they would be not much paying and the job profile would not b very good since your technical skills are of intermediate level and you have not earned proficiency in it.
If it is required for you to work after polytechnic, then I would suggest that do find a job, but continue with your graduation in engineering part time. Getting a bachelors in engineering is highly recommended for a stable and growing career in the IT industry.
Still the recommended suggestion I would give you is that you should go for BE in
I am very happy to know that you choose to appear for psychometric test from CareerGuide.com
Now that you have done your BE Information Technology, I am surprised that you wish to change your career. Hope you understand that this will result in wastages of money, time and efforts you spent on engineering. Are your parents also fine with your decision to change your career track?
Please let me know which career options have you been suggested in the Test you have given? The options are on the last page of your report. I would suggest that you may please give a phone call to me th
After BE Information Technology you wish to shift to Architecture career.
May I know why are you thinking or making this decision? This is a very sudden decision of yours not at all relevant to what you have studied till now. How come Information Technology which is the top domain and which gives maximum jobs in the market is not exciting to you?
I think there is a big confusion in you and you are really in a bad situation for your career planning.
For Architecture, your BE IT qualification is of no use. For pursuing Architecture course (B.Arch), you will have to get admission t
Nice to know that you are an IT Engineering and got employed in TCS. This proves that you have had the necessary employability skills which majority of engineers lack today.
The best way to grow in your job is to continue learning on the job. TCS provides one of the best work cultures across the IT sector and excellent growth opportunities for capable employees. I suggest you to should earn at least 5 years of experience.
If you wish to learn something alongside, then I would suggest to appear for CAPM Certification from Project Management Institute, USA. This is the basic level
Thanks for giving me a call.
As discussed, firstly I would like to you reconsider leaving your current job since it is a settled and you are not repenting it either.
However for the long term, it is definitely advisable to select the career path which is satisfying personally and rewarding as well.
Please go ahead and pursue Mass Communication as a course which will open up doors for you in companies having job profile of Public Relations, Corporate Communication, Writing, etc.
NIT Surathkal is a good NIT and Information Technology Engineering can be a good career option.
Just check out the placement records and the quality of faculty and infrastructure.
Remember that its not just the degree which will give you job, but also what you have in you in terms of skills, attitude, personality, flexibility, adaptability is also what matters.
After BCom you are planning for MS from USA? On what basis? How did you feel to think of this? What are you interested in? Since you are working under a CS, it appears that you are wanting to become a Company Secretary. Is this so?
I would not suggest an MS unnecessarily.
I think you should be clear what you have and what career is suitable to you.
Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that y
IT experience of 4 years is a good thing you have gained. For managerial role, I would recommend you to get PMP Certification from PMI. PMP certification as you may be aware or may have seen is a must in IT industry. Project Management skills certification is recommended in IT industry.
PMP is highly recommended.
Alternatively, you may go for Executive MBA in General Management or Project Management from a good Institute. This will also enable you to climb the managerial ladder.
However, PMP is perfectly suited.
BITS Pilani is high ranked and reputed Institutes for Engineering. It is next to IITs and NITs.
Placement, Faculty and Infrastructure are top class.
Network Marketing is in vogue however there is no course in network marketing recognised under any university or institute.
I would suggest you to be more broad minded when thinking of Marketing.
I would suggest you to go for MBA Marketing first and then diverse of specialise later when in the job.
Nice to know that you have begun your journey of taking industry experience.
I understand that you have 1 year of IT experience but I am not able to know what is your concern or doubt or in what regard you require help from us.
Kindly elaborate your problem or concern and I shall definitely resolve it.
However I would suggest you to gain more experience and do not get frustrated early in your career.
I agree with Ms. Meghna.Pune and Delhi University are the best for English honours and Masters.
Pune and Delhi University are the best for English honours and Masters. For UG admissions, you just have to take admission based on your 12th std marks. You will require a higher percentage if you are looking for Pune and Delhi University since their cut off for English is high.
Firstly I would like to know, what is your family background? What does your father do and are you a very well off family and kid at home?
A simple and honest think will give you the drive which you want. Ask this question to yourself: What will you do when you will stop getting free pocket money from your father, free food without efforts and tension free sleep when you have no option but to earn for your own livelihood?
I think it would be better if you speak to me over phone through this system and I can better understand your problem and concern.
Is it laziness a concern for
Companies have only one tool to short list or filter candidates and that is on the basis of percentages in the degree or masters courses.
Generally top companies ask for minimum 60% in the degree or masters course. Generally 10th or 12th std marks are not a determinant for jobs for freshers at first instance, however if they are very low, then you may be put on waiting list by the companies.