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

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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

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                 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

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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

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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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Hello Siza,  Please note there is no undergraduate course in special education. One can pursue a B.Ed in the same which is possible only after one is a graduate. But there are lots of counseling organizations that offer diploma and or certificate courses after 12th, which are of 6 months duration.  You can either pursue a B.Ed or opt for certification courses. But check whether the course is RCI recognised.  Check IGNOU, YCMOU, National Institute for empowerment of individuals with mental disability etc. If possible pursue a counseling degree too. It helps to join schools and fu

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Hello Kriti,  Medical seems a little tough with your score. Anyways congrats on clearing 12th. You still have the NEET test result. Assuming you have done 12th PCB, few options include:  Food science and nutrition Microbiology Botany Nursing Psychology Pharmacy Biomedical sciences MLT Paramedical sciences Wish you good luck..

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Hello Aditya,  Please note, as the name suggests EMBA is an Executive MBA program. It is a 1 year course mainly designed for working professionals who wish to advance their careers but not at the cost of their jobs. The EMBA course is designed in a way that the lectures are more case study oriented and interactive. Mostly focusing on problem solving and leadership skills followed by entrepreniual skills and personality development. Please note the course is conducted by well known professionals from the industry itself and are attainded by working exevutives at different level and industr

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  Hello Shivam,   Interesting question.   But this is a question that only you can answer and no one else.   Based on your interest, liking and abilities choose a field.   Best would be Self introspection followed by an Aptitude test.   Wish you good luck..

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Hello Pooja,   I would strictly suggest any University in UK or Australia.   Because the course curriculum is pretty much similiar to India. So you can practice abroad as well as in India.   Please check with an abroad education consultant who could help you select a college and also take you through the admission process completely.   Wish you good luck..

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Hello Xavier,   You have written two different interest and that too they both cannot be compared. Unless and until you do a P.Hd in Psychology, you would earn a doctorate degree but still it cannot be compared to a Scientist.   And just because you are weak in Physics you would not opt to become a Scientist?   A scientist is someone, who does research with hardwork and sincerity and most important persistency. And you at the beginning only are giving up, how would you become a scientist.   I would suggest, put in all efforts required, if Scientist is what you wish to becom

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The best option for you will be any stream of study that you are interested in. You can go for BA/ BSc/ LLB/ BCom/ BBA/ BTech/ BArch/ Bpharm/ BPT/ etc etc based on your qualification and interest. Every course has equal opportunity in the job market, so it is all about your interests. The institute for your graduation is also a matter for you, because the curricular and extra-curricular activities during the course helps you to develop more skills and to make your life more enjoyable. The 3-5 year graduation course should give you more exposure in the field and mold you for the future life. Yo

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