Hello Thank you for choosing [Meracareerguide][1] and writing to us. [Human rights career][2] is an excellent field giving a plenty of work opportunities in both government and private sectors. And especially not for profit organisations like the NGO's are with great interest with Human rights degree. You need to have passed 12th class with a minimum first class to apply for a Human rights degree at college. You can come from any background of subject group at school. Details on the course:You will study the following subjects as part of the degree. Concept of human rights&

Hello My Dear...   A wonderful question for us here on CareerGuide.com. My colleague here Ms. Jyoti Dhingra has excellently put in words the exact thing in her first paragraph of her advice. I am sure she must have also felt the question wonderful. I am glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for seeing clarification to this wonderful and thought provoking question of yours. I like your question also because I am an Economist and your question is ultimately related to economics but not wholely.   Unemployment is the way you look at it. There is unemployment may b

Dear Aspirant, A Masters in Social Work is highly recommended as already suggested by Dr. Pandya. You may try working as well along side do Masters course. Best wishes

Hi jenna,There are various [NGO's and schools for disabled children][1] in almost all the cities. If you wish to [work and get paid for it][2]...it important to have proper qualification and knowledge of how to work with such children.And such can only be gained by joining a related course. Volunteers are people ,who help such children to improve there life without getting paid in there spare time.You need to choose the among the above two options to work with such children. Donating, Helping in Fund raising activities, Helping the staff etc are also volunteering jobs. All the best [1]:

I guess you need to get a job and get going. Don't waste any more time studying.

Hi To work in an NGO one need to have a strong determination, friendly attitude and strong communication skills. Secondly , you need to decide what sort of NGO would want to go for. NGO are Non governmental organizations working in various areas.Separate NGO work for children and women, employment, Environmental issues, Animals , special children { MR children's/Cancer suffering/Physically challenged etc}, Old age people, poor children etcYou should have a proper qualification to work . BSW/MSW/MA psychology/ MA sociology/ MBA / Rehabilitation courses etcTo search NGO check: luck

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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

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1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Social Worker 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

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Social Worker 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

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Social Worker category

Hello there, I am unable to understand your query. Please do write back stating your qualification, work experience if any and what you wish to do further, so that I could help you  Wish you good luck....

6 answers Halima Sadiya in Social Worker category

Dear Aspirant, Definitely, I need more details about your current education level and what are your interests for career? However, by the category you have selected for asking your question, it appears that you are interested in Humanities and a further career in the same. However it is still not clear what subject you have chosen for Humanities/Arts degree. If you are interested in  If you are interested in working in NGOs as a Social Worker, then I would suggest courses in Social Work i.e. Masters in Social Work (MSW). This is an ideal course available in almost all Universities in Indi

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Social Worker category

Dear Gaurav, Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com! Well, you have not provided details of specialization, engineering in which field? To provide specific answer, we need information about your specialization, your interest. In general, there are good job opportunities for Engineers. After BTech, you have three options: (1) Job (2) Higher studies and (3) Consulting work/business. Jobs: Jobs are available in government, semi-government & public sector organizations, and private sector organizations in your specialization. Government jobs: The Central/State Governments offer jobs to B.E

3 answers Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD in Social Worker category
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Dear Aspirant, A Masters in Social Work is highly recommended as already suggested by Dr. Pandya. You may try working as well along side do Masters course. Best wishes

3 answers Vivek Negi in Social Worker category

Hi jenna,There are various [NGO's and schools for disabled children][1] in almost all the cities. If you wish to [work and get paid for it][2]...it important to have proper qualification and knowledge of how to work with such children.And such can only be gained by joining a related course. Volunteers are people ,who help such children to improve there life without getting paid in there spare time.You need to choose the among the above two options to work with such children. Donating, Helping in Fund raising activities, Helping the staff etc are also volunteering jobs. All the best [1]:

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Social Worker category

Hi To work in an NGO one need to have a strong determination, friendly attitude and strong communication skills. Secondly , you need to decide what sort of NGO would want to go for. NGO are Non governmental organizations working in various areas.Separate NGO work for children and women, employment, Environmental issues, Animals , special children { MR children's/Cancer suffering/Physically challenged etc}, Old age people, poor children etcYou should have a proper qualification to work . BSW/MSW/MA psychology/ MA sociology/ MBA / Rehabilitation courses etcTo search NGO check: luck

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Social Worker category

Hello My Dear...   A wonderful question for us here on CareerGuide.com. My colleague here Ms. Jyoti Dhingra has excellently put in words the exact thing in her first paragraph of her advice. I am sure she must have also felt the question wonderful. I am glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for seeing clarification to this wonderful and thought provoking question of yours. I like your question also because I am an Economist and your question is ultimately related to economics but not wholely.   Unemployment is the way you look at it. There is unemployment may b

2 answers Surabhi Dewra in Social Worker category