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 Corporate Trainers 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

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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 Corporate Trainers 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 Corporate Trainers 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 Corporate Trainers category

Hello Dear, Thank you for reaching [CareerGuide.com][1] This is my personal view. The scope of [Psychiatry][2] is all over the countries, The only thing that may differ is earning more in different countries. Below are my Inputs  [Job Opportunities for Psychiatrist in India][3] are immense. Psychiatrist can seek employment in regular hospital as as in mental hospitals.Many of them work in Rehabilitation centres to rehabiliate drug addicts, dipsomaniacs, juvenile, delinquents and others with other occupational therapists and Social workers.can be appointed in Private hospitals,

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Helllo Ruthik, Your question has put me into a shock. Being a Engineering student, how come did you develop an interest in Psychology, and that too Clinical Psychology. Please do rethink about your choice. As you have no base of Psychology, you would find it tough as such to cope with the course. Before joining you would have to do a lot of self study about psychology. Please note, Open University like IGNOU and YCMOU, do provide a 2 years clinical Psychology course, but before admission do check with students its validity. Because the course does not provide Internship which is a must to prac

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Dear,   So Many ERPs like SAP, Oracle apps, JD Edwards, Microsoft Dyanmic & many  more... e.g. If Want to make career in SAP, your future is bright. procedure to make career in SAP - Ist you have take coaching in Siemens, JKTech, ATOS then you have to give examination SAP Certification online from Germany, if you qualify then you will surley get a chance in one of the TOP Software company in the world in SAP ERP Domain.   

1 answer Lambodar Rout in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Khush,  Good question asked. Before I answer your query, let me know why did you opt for economic majors. Once you answer this question, your career choice is made. Anyways listing down few courses you could opt for after graduation;  1. MA Economics 2. Business studies 3. Banking and finance 4. Actuarial Sciences 5. Civil services Choice is what you have to make. Before making a choice best would be to research and read on the options listed above as to what skills are required, job opportunities etc. Wish you good luck....  

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Choosing a career is a herculean task for all the novice student. After passing matriculation exams, choosing stream in secondary level is the first step towards career. Choosing graduation and post- graduation subjects again lead us in a fix. After completion of the studies,there comes a turn for job hunting.In modern era, due to cut-throat competition, it’s a difficult task to get the job. Choosing a career and getting a head start is the base for future success. Here are the points that can help you keep afloat.   Self-analysis: The first thing you have to do is to analyze yourse

1 answer Khaled Kamel in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Mr Rajesh, I am listing down few websites of boarding schools. Please check their websites as per your criteria. What I mean is as per your criteria, as in what exactly you are looking out for in a boarding school. Is it, the strictness, or the extra curricular activity or any other crietria. Check: indiatoday.intoday.in/.../story/...boarding-schools-in-india Personally as a Counselor, I feel parents are the best teachers for their child and for building a good career. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...  

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Mr Rajesh, I am listing down few websites of boarding schools. Please check their websites as per your criteria. What I mean is as per your criteria, as in what exactly you are looking out for in a boarding school. Is it, the strictness, or the extra curricular activity or any other crietria. Check: indiatoday.intoday.in/.../story/...boarding-schools-in-india Personally as a Counselor, I feel parents are the best teachers for their child and for building a good career. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Any Bachelor's degree with any nomenclature is perfect. Different nomenclatures are only a 'fancy', the underlying course is 'Economics' which is a social sciences/ humanities subject. You can pursue MA Economics post B.Com. Hons. provided you have Economics as atleast one paper during your undergrad. i.e. B.Com.Any traditional state funded Universities are good enough. Best Wishes,

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Hello Harpeet, Good question. But I wish to know why are you restricting yourself to just Graduation? Though a specialization such as economics is a stand by itself at the Graduate level, but preferably pursuing a masters degree would be beneficial. But as an Economics Graduate you can find jobs both in public and private sectors. You can find opportunity with financial sectors, banks, educational institutes, research centres, stock markets, insurance sector etc. As an Economists, one is well versed with financial concepts because of good knowledge related to Mathematics. Thus your j

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Vandana, Interesting career choice. Please note that packaging plays the most important role when it comes to selling a product and attarcting a customer. These days, packaging is not only used as a means of selling a product, but also in terms of storing a product as well as transporting a product to the dealers or to the market, so that the customers get their value for money. Thus you can see there is a lot of changes and innovativeness when it comes to the packaging industry.  Also packaging is not restricted to any one industry, every industry right from retail to pharma deals

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Dear Aspirant, It appears that you have opted for Arts/Humanities stream after 10th and now you are not able to decide what you can do after 12th Arts. There are really a good number of career options in the field of humanities/arts after 12th as well as graduation. Some are listed below for your information: Law   Business Management (HR / Marketing, International Business)   Marketing   Media   Mass Communication   Journalism   Economics   Languages (Indian / Foreign)   Literature Psychology   Travel & Tourism   Hote

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Hello Tanvi,  Pursuing economics and confused. Do not worry, since an economics graduate has many options. Its just that you need to check where your interest lies. As an economics graduate, your main task is related to statistical work. Thus you find applicability in areas like finance, banking, insurance sector etc. So you could opt further to pursue a course in banking and finance or a course in mutual funds and stock markets. Or a course in statistics. You could also think of Actuarial sciences. Last but not the least you could purrsue an MBA.  Before you make a choice read and r

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

There are a lot of choices for you. It all depends on what you want to do in future. Thev subjects you can opt for are law, psychology, social sciences, etc.

1 answer Prema Kumar in Corporate Trainers category

Hi, Psychology is a subject with a continuous raising interest and in trend. Following are few colleges you can apply in for Masters in Psychology: Dayanand Anglo Vedic University Meerut College St Xavier College Mumbai / University of Mysore University of Rajasthan You can refer to the above institutes on their official sites. #Not in any order. Hope this helps you!!  

1 answer Priyanka Kaul in Corporate Trainers category

Hi, If you are an HR i will assume you are a graduate(minimum degree) and incase your interest is in Psychology then you can do masters in Psychology- choose one specialization out of counseling, clinical and even organizational. Organizational Psychology can help you to related with HR experience and Roget can upgrade your skills. Hope this helps you!

2 answers Priyanka Kaul in Corporate Trainers category

Hello There,  My question to you is why at this crucial stage you wish to change subjects? Also you do not have the basics clear since you did not study those subjects in grade 11th. Will you be able to cope up with it?.  If yes, go ahead and approach your college management ASAP.  Please note it is completely the managements decision.  Just a word of caution, please do prepare a valid reason as to why you wish to change subjects. It needs to be convincing. Wish you good luck..

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Hello Tanvi,  A field or career having scope depends completely on how and what an individual would want to make out of it. Sometimes your passion to be different or contribute will help you establish well in the career. As such forestry is a wast field. A forestry graduate is involved in wide range of activities like conservation to managing the ecological environment to research on new ways to preserve wildlife and forests. These days one may even find jobs related to wildlife photography, plantation,moderator for National geographic channels etc.  So as such you can see the vast a

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Corporate Trainers category

Dear Aspirant, Nice to see that you have realised your potential and would like to choose a career based on that. For being into counselling (of any type) and also looking at your interest in being a trainer, I would suggest you to go for MA Psychology. If you are interested in the above fields, then doing an MBA HR would not be of any use. MA Psychology and a specialisation of your choice like in Child Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Clinical Psychology, etc. you will then be able to get into counselling formally and also then you can begin your motivational trainership too. If you are sure

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Corporate Trainers 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

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