Sounds interesting. But since at this juncture you are not very familiar to the working of an economist it could be difficult to get internship.
As an ecomists mainly deals with finance, financial advisor etc. You could try out banks and mutual funds etc.
Wish you good luck...
The simple and straight answer to your query is " job".
Please note that before you decide on a course it is always better to know the industry and market demand. Firstly because there are varied courses and secondly market exposure will help you understand where you stand and then help you choose a position followed by the course based on your potentials and interest.
Being a masters in economics, you could find employment as an analyst, either business or finance, or work as a business developer, banks or financial institute, business or financial advisor or as a statisti
Making right selection of stream at the right time is very important. Though you have already completed your 10+2 and pursuing B A Hons. so I would here like to know what is that confusing you. Kindly take the career assessment which will help you understand your skills & inborn abilities to map right career ahead. Instead of delaying and waiting to regret later better get out of the circle of Trial-error application. You first need to map your talents and align it into carving right career choices!
Good question asked as making a right choice is essential for your future. But it is really difficult for me to help you since you have not been soecific about yourself. Do write back stating your current qualification, your area of interest as well as future planning.
In the meanwhile opt for a career counseling or an Aptitude test that would reveal your potentials, abilities and aptitude and will help you make a confirmed choice.
Wish you good luck...
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....
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
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
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
Nice to see your inclination and interest in studying Economics as a career. Economics gives very good careers in finance, banking, agricultural economics, mutual funds, securities market, insurance, economic research, etc.
Your choice of BSc Honours in Economics is wise and I would suggest that apart from the normal state universities where BA/MA Economics is offered, you should try for aiming for the best Economics schools in India.
1. Gokhale School of Economics and Politics, Pune
2. Delhi School of Economics,Symbiosis
3. Madras School of Economics
4. Symbiosis School of Econ
Choosing between English, Geography and Economics is difficult. As far as career choice is concerned, choosing English or Economics is suggested. However here too, making a choice between the two is difficult.
I would suggest you to take the Humanities Career Selector Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a unique psychometric test which will assess your aptitude, innate abilities, interests relating to the Humanities stream and suggest you the top course to further your career. Choosing a career based on the knowledge of the above aspects is a scientific, unbiased and perfect way.
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
If you wish to pursue Economics as a majors, you need to b strong with Math and statistics as a subject. As economics is all about statistics and majorly Financial aspects.
As Dr has mentioned above, few opportunities in Economics would includes fields like Banking, Insurance firms, Financial sectors etc.
Also you could think of Actuarial Sciences too. Actuarials are the ones who apply science of maths and statistics methods to access risk in insurance and finances in any organization etc.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck..
It simply means the sate of the economy as it is currently.
After passing NET exam in Economics below are the options which you can choose:
1. Go for lecturership in a senior college for Economics subject
2. Apply for Ph.D. in Economics, since entrance test is exempted for NET exam passed candidates
3. Apply for research positions in economic research institutes like IGIDR, etc.
Interesting to see you wish to pursue an internship with HAL.
The process is the same like applying for a job.
1. Prepare an attractive resume and covering letter
2. State any kind of projects you have handled succesfully alone or in a group. Your contribution must be highlighted
3. Mention how you could benefit the organization
4. How an internship at HAL could boost your career.
Once this step is over, contact the HR of the company and try and fix a meeting with him. He may ask you to forward your resume before meeting personally. Send it but keep following it up. It wi
Interesting question and am sure you know the answer as well.
To pursue an internship with tata motors, you first need to make an application. Send in your resume with a covering letter stating
Why you wish to intern with the company?
What skills you have that would help the company and they would hire you?
Projects you have successfully undertaken.
Send your resume online. And then drop in the organization with an appointment with the HR Manager.
Wish you good luck...