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The common misconception is that Humanities is a stream for those who are not smart or intelligent enough to `get’ Science in school. That phenomenon is a thing of the past. Today, students opt for Humanities not because they feel they cannot `cope’ with Science but because the Humanities stream interests them and appeals to them. Humanities with Mathematics is definitely a strong combination that leaves a lot of options open, including a career in Business or Finance

Psychiatrists are those specialised doctors who treat persons suffering from Mental illnesses or persons having  deviant thought processes. A typical day in the life of psychiatrist  consist of 1 Meetings with patients,who may be severly depressed,suicidal, schizophrenic  or paranoid. Most of the time they are intelligent people.. 2 Due to increased stress and strains in life, more and more people are referring to them for treatment..People from all age group refer to them. 3 Psychiatrists may  specialize their work in drug deaddiction,child psychiatry etc.  4 As

3 answers Richa Bhatnagar in Humanistic Studies category

Career Advice – As discussed above, the psychometric career test reports about the abilities and skills of the test taken, hence, it is the aptest way to find out the strengths and weaknesses too. It not only gives the aptitude knowledge of an individual but also explains the uniqueness of the test giver. Therefore, it becomes more apt to make a career decision based on it. As the student can get to know what makes his or her unique from the crowd, they can focus more on their special trait and thus pursue them in the right direction.   Taking psychometric test is almost equal to

6 answers Aparna M Venkatesan in Humanistic Studies category

Dear friend, many thanks for your question. Since you are [interested in economics][1] and want to make career in economics, therefore first I will tell you something about [economics and then its scope all over the globe][2]. Students who read economics can go to become economist, out of the various profession open to them. The [economists][3] are those study, research and monitor demand and supply, business trends, employment rates, cost of the materials, and so on in their attempt to make predictions of the course or economy of the business are taking and so on. Globalization and consequ

6 answers Renu in Humanistic Studies category

Dear Aspirant, If you want to enter into corporate, then you have to decide whether you wish to enter into companies like financial companies, research companies etc. or you wish to enter into the banking industry. If you wish to go into banking, then Masters in Business Economics (MBE) is suited. If you wish to go into the research industry, then Masters in Applied Economics is suited. If you wish to go into financial companies, insurance, stock market companies, investment management companies, then MBE or MBA Finance is suited. MBA in Business Economics is a sheer nonsense degree. Be

3 answers Renu in Humanistic Studies category

Dear Aspirant, It is always better to be scientifically informed which course would suit the best for your son. Choosing a course should entirely depend on likings, interests, ability and passion. To be best sure of what suits your son for his career, I would suggest him to undergo an online psychometric test from CareerGuide which will help him understand himself in respect of his strengths, weaknesses, emotional quotient, etc. and will exactly tell him which career is ideal for him. You can then call counsellors to discuss. Best wishes!

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Humanistic Studies category

Dear Aspirant, Highly paid jobs in humanities field are: 1. Music 2. Mass Media 3. Mass Communication 3. Journalism 4. Architecture 5. Advertising 6. Marketing 7. Teaching Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Humanistic Studies category
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Hello Sahil,  The simple answer to your question is Engineering. You could opt for a Mechanical engineering course. Please note that a Mechanical engineer fits into all industry type. You can then opt for a masters degree in your area of choixe. If you looking for specifically the mobile industry then you could opt for Electronics and Telecommunication engineering. In terms of computers you could opt for Computer engineering or a 3 years BCA course or a 3 years B.SC IT course or B.SC Computer sciences. Please note as a software professional too you could opt for the telecom.industry. Plea

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Humanistic Studies category

For a good career in Film Making, go for the course like B.Sc Film and TV Production or B.Design Film and TV Production from best institutes in the field like Zee Institute, Lovely Professional University etc.

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Congratulations on the successful completion of both M.Com and B.Ed courses. You are now a Masters in Commerce and contains valid degree to teach in renowned schools or colleges  Neelam you can also try in Govt sector as Teacher with such qualifications. If you want to achieve greater heights. With such qualifications you can try for civil services exams. Thank you All the best in your career. Regards Anupam Vohra

1 answer Anupam Vohra in Humanistic Studies category

Hello Megha,  Interesting choice. Please note both the choices are good. One is a field job whereas the other is a steady income one place job. As an agriculture graduate your main role would be research. In terms of the soil being used, quality of seeds, organic farming etc. Research in labs and then use it in fields. So visiting farmlands for samples before and after research. At the sametime educating farmers is also part of your job. Knowing the local language and different language is a must in this field.  In terms of further studies you could opt for an M.Sc or Clinical Resear

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Humanistic Studies category
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Dear Sanky   The mid-career change is difficult and changing the professional all together may be little risky and difficult. If you could provide more information on your current professional and the prospective choices, maybe we shall be able to guide you better   With Regards KAPP Edge

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1 answer Aditya Sisodia in Humanistic Studies category

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She can go for the courses like BA General, BA Hindi, BA in Economics, Geography, History etc. Please visit the websites of Delhi University, Ashoka    university, Lovely Professional University etc for more details about courses, fee, scholarships etc.

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Designing is one of the best field to pursue higher studies. But you have to have talent for that. Best      institutes for Designing courses are NIFT, Asian Institute, Lovely Professional University,etc.

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Hi Kevin, To answer your question, one must ask at what point of your career journey are you posing this question. If as a 10th or 12th grader, you  are aspiring to be a counsellor and if you have the aptitude, interest and personality to match the occupation, then yes - counselling:be it psychological or career counselling, is a bright option. Now how do you make it rewarding? By pursuing the requisite course from a good college (note: learning is not a one time affair, as a counsellor myself, I still learn everyday), gain credible certifications and gaining practical experience and mark

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1 answer Aditya Sisodia in Humanistic Studies category

Hello Anshu,   Just a BA degree would not be much beneficial. As you would get junior level or entry level positions only.   Pursue a masters degree and you would have ample opportunities in the industry. Any private or public or government related organizations would grab you as an economist.   As an economist, you could work as a financial advisor, statistician, business developer, financial head, investment banker etc.   Incase if you are interested then Civil service especially IAS is another option open for an Economics graduate.   Opportunities are many. Depends

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Humanistic Studies category

Hello Kevin,   Sounds very very interesting.   Honestly speaking, Psychology or counseling though there is a wide spread awareness, but as such a counselor does not fall into a high income group.   Thus I would suggest that pursue an MBA and take up a job in a corporate. Get your dream of owning a house etc full-filled. And in the meanwhile get a certificate in guidance and counseling and in the weekends work as a career counselor and satisfy your desire too.   But incase if you are keen on Psychology only, then I would suggest, look for opportunities in International schoo

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Humanistic Studies category