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 Life Skill Trainer 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

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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 Life Skill Trainer 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 Life Skill Trainer 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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Dear Siddharth, I would suggest that you do your SWOT before deciding anything because if you have a strong command over written and spoken English then ofcourse you should take it as your career option and later do B.Ed if you want to get into school education as a teacher or clear NET for getting a lecturer's position in a college. There is always a dearth of good English teacher in the field of education and the scope is vast. 

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What do you mean by this? Do you face problem in writing, reading or speaking English? If writing please start working on grammar, if reading begin with reading story book or if speaking start listening English news. For more please ask specifically so I may help you. Thanks

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In India, Humanities is a traditional stream which helps in digging out creativity and livelihood in the students. Students need to set right ambitions and identify their hidden talents to break stereotypes for getting success. Humanities is a stream which offers massive core and sub-disciplines including arts, humanities, liberal arts, fine arts, social science, performing arts, cultural and ethnic studies. All the varying names point to different personalities such as humanities point towards a relationship between human culture and thinking. Fine arts is about painting, sculpture, and music

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Hello Vinay,  Worrying is not a solution. Talk it out, express your concern and we can help you out to sort your issue. Just merely thinking that too all by yourself will just increase the problem. Best is talk it out here. Express your problem. Take action towards a right direction. Call me if required. But whatever you do, do it urgently, without wasting any time. Please note, do not take any drastic step without consulting the right person, ie a counselor. Take action urgently. Awaiting a call or reply.  Wish you good luck

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Neuroscience is the study of how the nervous system develops, Neuroscience in today’s world has produced several Neuroscientists, and they focus on the brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions  For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Test Neuroscience is the subdivision of Biology and is often referred as Neurosciences in Plural. The History of Neuroscience dates back to that of ancient Egyptian era. They would remove the brain, but leave the heart in the body. From 1960 onwards, the

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Life Skill Trainer category

A large number of school students drop-out after high-school for different reasons. Some don’t find it pacifying to their life goals and others are not able to balance their economic condition and studies. Although, it has been observed that school dropout rate at primary level has reduced from 5.6% in 2012-13 to 4.3% in 2014-15. However, if we go by numbers as per UNESCO report, 47 million youth drop-out by 10th grade. Enrolment in the higher grades also declines significantly. This problem is not only prevalent in rural areas, but also in urban areas. Even students from well to do fami

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There is a common misconception among parents as well as children that career counselling is suitable either for the students which are not very well academically inclined or whose parents are not well informed. Many parents think that if they can easily search over the internet and tell a student about different career options, it is enough for career counselling. In fact, many parents have argued that career counselling is only necessary when a student is doubtful about different career options. It has been considered by several parents as well as teachers as an additional element of educati

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Hello Ayesha,  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

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Life Skill Trainer category

Dear Riya, 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!            

3 answers Arpita Kumari in Life Skill Trainer category

India is one of the fastest economies in the world and is progressing at a rapid rate. With digitization and advancements in technology, there are high expectations from the country on a global stage. With expectations, increases the opportunities. In past one year, India’s economy has seen several ups and downs in different industries which lead to the emergence of several new fields which were never so popular earlier. This has opened wide scope for young students in the country. They can explore their talents and can opt for a career which is interesting as per their own skills, talen

1 answer Meenakshi Singh in Life Skill Trainer category

Hi, Have you ever complained to your friends that you have lost interest in your job? Have your ever thought that you were not a right fit for the work that you are doing? I meet many friends of mine on daily basis most of whom are doing jobs in multinational companies. Since they spend a majority of their weeks’ time at work, they are mostly involved with their stories at work even on off days. Mostly, I listen to stories such as- ‘I don’t like this job but I have no other option’, ‘I want to do something more meaningful in my life’ etc. And this is not a s

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There are many parents and students who think that there is a specific age for taking career counselling. A student should be at a crucial stage of decision making when they receive career counselling. Some even say that if career counselling is taken at a wrong time then it would confuse the students of what is wrong and what is right. There are many more myths circulating around regarding the right age for career counselling. I have heard some parents say that if career counselling is given to young students, it will convert all of them to sportsmen or artists who will have no struggle for a

1 answer Meenakshi Singh in Life Skill Trainer category

Hello Sakshi,  You are doing a masters in psychology without knowing its scope?. Please note, scope is what you make out of the profession you work in.  After a masters degree, depending on your specialization, you have various opportunities. As a Clinical Psychologists, you have an opportunity to work in hospitals or clinics. You can work with a Psychiatrist. As a Counseling psychologist, you have an opportunity to work as a counselor in a private counseling firm, with a psychiatrist, as a school counselor etc. As an Industrial Psychologist you have an opportunity to work in corpora

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 Hello Udit,  Good question asked. But no where can I see any paper related to English language.  Probably you mean, improving your English skills. As such best way would be while studying the subjects itself. Because as such the paper is fully objective, multiple choice types, whereby from the options you have to select the correct option. Thus as such written english is not mandatory. But for your personal improvement, you can join coaching as such. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Life Skill Trainer category

Every child is special and requires special attention from the school for being polished as a successful person. At the secondary stage, all students have dreams in their eyes and have Morales to do something different in their life. They just need a perfect career guidance and support to fulfil their dreams. At first, they require a perfect analysis of their own about their skills, potential, interests, education, physical and mental abilities, behaviour and more. This is not a single person's job, it includes a mutual concern of parents, teachers, school, students, and career counsellors as

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These days there are multiple options available to students after school. Graduation in India or Overseas? Which colleges are best for the student's chosen subjects? What are the entry requirements? Questions like these and may more are on every student's mind, especially fro Grade 11 onwards. In such a scenario it is essential to have dedicated career counselling in schools which shall help students in knowing their options and thus make up their minds. The ideal time to start career counselling is in Grade 10, especially with regards subject choices and the careers available for students aft

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