Watch the video below to see the work of a Pharmacist. It will give a good idea of what they do in their day to day life:The typical day is consists of following activities:The day starts early. In some cases they have to work in the night shifts also.They receive the orders and therefore have to check them at the beginning of the day. They plan for the dispatch of all of them and plan the day ahead.Throughout the day, they have to provide the consultations and prescriptions to the clients. They spend time with other medical practitioners and discuss various issues with them.They have to

1 answer Deepak Rana in Optometrist category

Dear aspirant Thank you for approaching counsellors at CareerGuide.com. Pharmacy is an interesting career and i am sure with a BPharm degree itself you can get to find excellent job scope in India. On this context I would rather advice to only choose to work as this will make your resume look good when you show some work experience. However if you are interested in doing an MPharm and then go to work, then please free to do it. MPharm is a nice route if you want to focus a career in education sector or even at resaerch and development sector. Completing an MPharm degree, you can be q

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Hey Dear,I am sure you are working hard for cracking your AIIMS and AIPMT exam. Both of the exams are really tough exams are require one to work hard and enough to crack the exam. Every years Lakhs of Students sit for the exam and only a very limited and handful of students qualify the exam and get admission.Dear from this year there is only a single MBBS entrance exam is held and hence only the toppers will be selected. All the colleges will take admission on the basis of the merit list that will be prepared. So you will have to work even harder to get through a good college.every one wants t

1 answer Adhunika Naithani in Optometrist category

                 Sky is the Limit. Any profession has a range of income opportunities. It's the same being a Dental Surgeon. Earnings in the next five years would depend on a variety of parameters. First comes the skill that you possess. The better skilled you are the more chances of gaining popularity and increase in patient flow and vice versa.The investment that you put into your clinic also plays a role since we are in the 21st century and all machinery , equipments and latest technologies have to be incorporated in practice. If you have

1 answer Dr nikhil Agrawal in Optometrist category

Hi Rahim,   The examination content for any competitive exam should as per the syllabus followed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the body which prescribes NCERT books in schools. It is quite difficult to clear an entrance exam, as prestigious as AIIMS by only studying NCERT books, because you'll not be able to develop a deep insight and proper understanding of any given topic. It is therefore, advised to study only the relevant topics in reference books in detail for focussed preparation of a competitive exam. A review of the last three years entrance examination papers wi

3 answers Nidhi Arora in Optometrist category

Dear student, Firstly, congratulations for achieving good marks in your 12th exams. Your interest in Psychology is appreciable, given the lack of awareness of [the scope of this field][1].With this percentage, it is possible for you to get admission in a good college under DU. Generall the 1st list cut-offs for some of the colleges are high but with many options to go to, you will get a good college.Under DU, the following colleges offer [a BA Hons in Psychology][2]Daulat Ram College at Maurice NagarIndraprastha College for Women at Shan Nath MargJesus and Mary College at ChanakyapuriKesh

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Dear Aspirant, Though your question is not clear, I would advise on what you have mentioned. After BCom, you have got a government job and now your age is 30. I feel at the age of 30 you have still lot to learn on the job and gain experience which is the most important and vital aspect for your career growth. Do not leave your job and try to understand and gain insights in your job. If you have acquired five years of work experience by now or would gather is it near future, I would recommend a distance learning MBA from IGNOU or Symbiosis. Distance learning MBA is now recognised by government

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Hello Trishala,  How come after pursuing a management degree you suddenly developed an interest in psychology. Though in management, some concepts about psychology are taught; but mind you concepts in managements are different and the work of a psychologists is different. Think and research before you choose a course. Please note most of the university providing a masters degree (MA) prefers psychology graduates and or graduates who have studied a paper in psychology. Other university like IGNOU, provides masters in psychology to any graduates. Check the university for more information. A

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Hi there,  Interesting to see you wish to pursue a course from TISS a reputed university. Please note answer to your querry can be solved in 2 ways only. One, check the website for admission criteria. If not mentioned, call the college and speak with the admission concerned person. Second, visit the campus if its possible and get first hand information. Please note as per the website its mentioned a graduate from a recognised university. Based on this, you seem eligible. But still I would suggest call and be completely sure. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

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Today, there is extreme competition in everything. Right from getting a coveted seat, getting a decent job to exchanging old notes for new! This article addresses the first two issues and conveniently ignores the third in the previous statement. Sorry to let you down; not my core area; you see! Let me take you to our independence movement. To Mahatma Gandhi and his role in it. How did he turn from Mohandas K Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi? I hope, you are not thinking of currency notes at the mere mention of “Father of the Nation”! Well, jokes apart; let’s get cracking. Gandhi was

1 answer Kiran Lakhani in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant,   Thank you for writing in to us at CareerGuide.com. We are happy to help. No there is no age limit to become a clinical psychologist in India, however you need to have appropriate education for the same. All the best.

1 answer Kiran Lakhani in Optometrist category

Hello there,  Generally answer to these questions are readily available on the websites of the colleges. If not, then you could call and enquire or if the college is nearby visit the college and enquire. Please note as such the criteria in any college to pursue a masters degree is being a graduate with minimum 50% from a recognised university. As such I see you fit into the above criteria and hence should be eligible. But better to be dead sure by making an enquiry with the college authorities only. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck....

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant, Thank you for writing in to us at CareerGuide.com. We are happy to help. You can join any college giving bachelors in psychology degree course. The list of few of the colleges are: 1 Bangalore University Bangalore Karnataka  2 Little Flower Institute of Social Sciences and Health  Kozhikode Kerala 3 Tripura University Agartala Tripura 4 Amity Institute of Psychology and Allied Sciences Noida Uttar Pradesh 5 Banaras Hindu University Varanasi Uttar Pradesh 6 Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya  Bhopal 

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Dear Tanishq, Thanks for writing to CareerGuide!   Your question is very generic and it is difficult to provide specific answer. Can you please elaborate your current education, aspirations, your interests etc. It will help us provide you appropriate information and guidance. Best way to identify suitable career is to take up psychometric assessment. You can browse through Career Assessments at www.careerguide.com and choose appropriate career test. You can also talk with Career Experts to discuss career options and develop career plan. With Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

1 answer Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD in Optometrist category

Hello Hiranya,  I am wondering how come pursuing a management course, you suddenly developed an interest in Psychology. Which year in BBA are you currently in. If final then you complete your graduation. After that you could apply for a masters or a pg diploma in guidance and counseling. Please note there are institutes like IGNOU that provide counseling programs in correspondent mode. Please do not opt for any certificate courses from private institutes.  In- case you have just started your BBA studies, then if possible shift to BA  Psychology and then continue with an MA cours

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant, Now that you have completed MDS, you are now aware of what are the critical ailments in people in dentistry. I would say that opening your own clinic is definitely the best solution for your career, however before that I would suggest that if possible try to get associated with an established dental surgeon in your city or get associated with a hospital, where you will be able to learn practically. Gaining practical experience is recommended. After may be three or five years, you may definitely think for your own clinic. Working at Dentist.co.in is actually possible alongside si

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant, Do you really think that becoming a Life Coach is a career? I feel this as risky. Definitely, to become a life course, there are no courses available in the formal education system in the world. Being a Life Coach means you will be taking seminars, public meetings to tell people about life, living, culture, problems, solutions, etc. For doing this, you yourself should be extremely aware, knowledgeable and definitely a person who has taken experience of life and the world. Advising people just on the basis of books and motivating them does not make sense, since after sometime peo

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant, Radiology is a very good career field. It has good scope today and future since that is a necessity medical requirement for people. You can choose BSc Radiology and further MSc Radiology. Initially, it is recommended that you work under a Radiologist for some years. This will help you gain the practical technical experience as well as how to treat the patients and help them. If you opt for MBBS and then Radiology specialisation, you will be called as Radiologist yourself and you then need not remain a technician. Later you can approach a bank for loan and have your own

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Optometrist category

Dear Aspirant, Since you are an MSc student currently, the top priority should be to get a first class in your MSc. After that, there are various options for you to do like teaching, corporate jobs, research etc. Here you will have to decide what interests you more and then take steps towards that. If you are interested in job, then getting your self ready in terms of knowledge, soft skills and communication is very essential.  As a fresher, please do not be rigid in terms of salary amount. As a fresher you wont get high salary if you are not extraordinary. Therefore, you should give prio

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Dear Aspirant, Publishing careers are now not limited to print media, but have expanded exponentially to online publishing. Therefore there are bright and huge career opportunities in publishing and to be more wide in the media careers. For getting into publishing career jobs, there are different roles to play. You will have to choose one or two of them since doing work in all the departments is not possible practically. For this, it would be better if you are academically qualified to make a career in media / publishing. MA Mass Communication / BA,MA Journalism, Mass Media, are some of the op

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