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There are many students who out of dissatisfaction with their current jobs, are looking for changing their career fields. What happens actually is that students most often select a career after their secondary education based on the advice given by their parents, teachers and friends. Many students even take up a career option due to peer pressure. However, later in their academic career, they find it difficult to manage. Such students either continue the same field out of pressure from their parents and society and slowly move towards frustration or they end up in changing their career. The y
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We come across about the references to the exams such as UPSC-CSE/IAS, UGC-NET/JRF, SSB, etc. These are all Competitive Exams and we are here to know the importance of alternative career options while preparing for such competitive exams. The very term Competition implies the meaning. We see everywhere, a competition and no one can escape it. Take any field and you will easily come to realize the facts that Competition is inevitable. Right from the school education to the career life and everything which come in-between, these phases is nothing but a competition. But despite this inevitable
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Being a CS, it is mandatory yo know about various LAWS, because your main job profile is based mainly with legal dealings and implications. So a diploma in taxation LAW is great if done. Some CS graduates opt for a LLB course, just to get a complete knowledge on existing LAW
As such even banks have the need for legal advisors. So you could join the banks as a legal advisor. Thereby you would have to clear the entrance exam from IBPS. The notifications for the same comes in the local newspape
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Understanding your interest/aptitude type will give you pieces of information to how your psyche takes care of problems and situations.
Stream Selector Assessment analyze the potential of a person. It is expressed in the form of a person’s interest as well as the aptitude of a student. When students know their potential, it will be simple for them to make choices related with their subjects.
Taking the assessment and looking at its report recommendation will help understand if where interest and aptitude for science stream lies.
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Before I could answer your query, I wish you had clearly mentioned which stream and whether you have Math as a subject. If yes, then you could opt for either a B.Sc IT or a BCA course.
Never the less, NIIT has a lot of diploma and certificate courses related to networking and IT.
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Before I answer your query, let me tell you if you choose a career based on high monetory gains, then it would be a wrong choice. Since money follows skills or talent. Sometimes a high paying profile may not suit you because you may not have the required skills or potentials.
So before you make a choice crosscheck your skills with the skills required in the chosen career and if they match go ahead with the career choice. Incase you are not able to pinpoint your potentials, opt for an Aptitude test or career counseling test which would highlight your potentials and help you m
Hi Udit! Yes, You can do MCA after B.Sc IT, it is absolutely fine. As far as comparison between B.Sc IT and BCA is concerned, from graduation point of view, both are equally good. B.Sc IT is more focused on technical aspect of IT, mainly covers programming languages and likes. BCA covers subjects like e-commerce, accounting for managers, economics etc along with technical subjects including programming languages. If you are very much sure for MCA as a PG, BCA should be your first choice.
Apart from course, it is equally important to check the college/university you are seeking admission into.