Watch the video below to get a glimpse of a Software Programmer:The day usually goes like this:Checking the emails and replying to them.Bugs, status reports and other necessary communications are made at the start of the day.There is usually a team meeting, describing the course of the day and what activities to work on. After the meeting, pick up the code where it was left yesterday and start working on it.Work on the programming. Take breaks. Discuss things with developers and work again.They read about the latest happenings in the programming world and share it with fellow programmers.

You are into a booming career. Everywhere we see computers are an in-thing. And reserach into this field comes up with new technologies to help us to make our life simpler.Every second person wants to create their own websites to promote theri business. Every organization wants a Software to ease their work load.So your job is very much in demand. And [your MCA qualification supporrts][1] you into the tch world.As a starter or fresher, you would be employed in an organization at the junior level, miostly a softeare devleoper trainee or  junior level programer, designation vary from compan

Dear Aspirant, The points in the previous answer are just pointers of writing a resume. However as a web designer, your resume should contain the job details and the software you have working knowledge and command on. Further, you should also separately prepare a portfolio where you can demonstrate the actual work done by you as a web designer. For switching jobs, portfolio is asked by almost all companies since it reflects your real talent and skill. Best wishes

Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!Software Engineers are responsible for designing, implementing and testing computer based hardware and software, including the components that are found inside computer equipment, as well as actual devices that contain the computers and the software that runs on those machines. They may also design network that connects computer systems, and work on integrating software programs with computer hardware.Education Requirements:To become Software Engineer, you will typically [require a bachelor of science degree in computer engneering][1], computer science or electrical

The typical day of a web designer is very interesting and exciting. It's one of the rare careers where technical expertise meets the creative energy. This is how a web designer spends his/her day:Working on Overall Goals – A web designer will spend his or her time trying to achieve certain larger goals; for example, he or she will need to ensure proper design, layout and coding of websites. Every element of these websites will fall under the website designer’s job responsibilities, including technical aspects, graphics, and overall aesthetics (the site’s appearance). 

Software engineers have good scope in terms of [development of software or programming][1]. From computer operating systems to "video" games all require software and there comes the needs of software engineers. The main role of a Software technician is to analyse the users needs and then help to design, tests and develop software by applying [computer technologies and mathematical][2] concepts. As said Software's require a thorough knowledge related to computers and maths, so to become a Software engineer, you need the base of computers and mathematics. Thus post 12th, any stream but hav

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Hello there,  Are you saying you will first go abroad and then hunt a job?. Here I would say NO.  First decide what kind of profile you wish to work at. Apply for it, get a job and then fly abroad. Even the VISA agency will reject your application because you have not landed a job. You could search a job related to the IT sector as per your graduation. Or as you have mentioned customer care or hospitality or hotel management jobs etc. Wish you good luck...

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Dear Aspirant, What you can do after MSc depends on the specialisation you have opted for MSc. You have not mentioned your specialisation for MSc. Naturally, I would say that after MSc you should definitely take up a job in a company or go into teaching or into research. Obviously, what you have studied should be put to use immediately and there should not gap between your studies and job. Therefore, after MSc, I would strongly recommend you prepare a good resume with all the necessary details about your skills and academic achievements. Since you are a fresher, do not be very choosy for a par

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Dear Aspirant, If you are planning to be in the niche area of footwear, tool or die making then taking course in that is recommended definitely. The fields which you are talking about are technical in nature and therefore a proper training is required to get into the same. With those niche area knowledge, you will get jobs in those fields only. The payment may not be very high, however if you wish to do what you love, then you will enjoy doing that job and learning it. After taking the training and a little bit of experience, you ca have you own manufacturing / industrial setup. Govt of India

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Dear Aspirant, After five years of experience which is considered as comparatively sizeable, you can think of switching companies for a better profile, on site opportunities and increase wages. Also keeping yourself updated in terms of technological advancements will help you a lot. You now need to think for settlement and continue for more years in the same company. Of if opportunities knocks in Indian companies or abroad, you should take the leap. Alternatively, you can enrol for a part time or MOOC in a technical aspect which is different from your current domain specialisation and are

Dear Aspirant, Majority of the work from home jobs like data entry, or online advertisement posting or reviewing are fake and they are just hackers who have business of hacking and gaining fast money. Some also require you to pay registration fees and training fees but ultimately it does not result into anything. I myself have lost Rs 7500 some years back when I was in college. However there are genuine online work from home jobs available from reputed and trusted companies who outsource some work to freelancers like translation, accounting data entry, proof reading, editing, consulting, etc.

Dear Aspirant, BTech is a good qualification to make a career and actually in your case return to the industry after having a baby. Your case is a common case and you need not be worried. Your age is also not over aged. Based on your BTech qualification, you can get freshers jobs. For this, you will have to brush up again your BTech knowledge and also be aware of the current industry working, conditions, economy, business, etc. You may also think of doing a short term course related to your field which will help you become relevant to the current times and which will help you get a job. The co

Dear Aspirant, If you are not in the right job and domain, you will never get job satisfaction. I would suggest that you should keep the earning for living as the top priority considering your age and future. After that, I would suggest that while you continue with your current company job, try looking out for another company, where you will be able to have a change of environment, people and working conditions.  Now that you are a graduate, you can think of a Masters degree in a subject of your choice. You seem to have completed your graduation very late at the age of 27-28. This is a ne

Dear Aspirant, Not having 60% does not mean that you cannot get a good job in a good or big company. Ultimately always remember that companies want employees to do the tasks and work with skill and ability. Therefore, though the selection criteria of MNCs is 60% in 12th, engineering, etc. it doe snot mean that they just stick to this criteria for final selection. For Campus Placements, you will be undergoing a test by the concerned companies which you should ensure that you clear with good score. Then comes the interview stage, where you past academic record will be checked and discussed. In t

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Your friends are very RIGHT. They have suggested you correctly. Please convey my thanks and appreciation to them since they did not fool you and told you the reality. Being a Civil Engineer, I would strongly suggest you to go a job immediately after your degree. Yes, you can study too, but not an MBA. The best thing as a Civil Engineer to study would be: 1. Project Management 2. Construction Project Management 3. ISO 4. AutoCAD, Stata, Primavera. The above is applicable only if you would like to remain in the civil engineering field for your career. Choosing MBA Finance, etc. would be of no go

Dear Aspirant, GMAT is required for those who wish to pursue MBA from abroad. There are few Institutes in India which consider GMAT score too for admission. Without GMAT, even if you have given CAT, etc here, you will not be able to get admission to BSchools abroad. Going for MBA abroad generally requires some work experience. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, I firstly appreciate that you have approached us with your concern at the 9th std level. Let me tell you that there are very few students who think in advance about their careers and seek guidance if confused. Confusion is natural since there are now too many options in careers and it is difficult to choose one. Here, stressing on one's own capability, ability, aptitude, interest is important. Without considering these factors, if one chooses a career option, then it is highly possible that it may go wrong. I would suggest you to first decide which stream among Humanities, Comme

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Dear Aspirant, A scientist is a person who knows and is an expert in the core area of a domain. For that, he should be highly qualified and experienced. While experience can be built by working, getting technical knowledge is possible by acquiring relevant and good educational qualifications.  You have asked this question at the very right time and you have chosen a right course too. After BSc, you will be required to do MSc Physics. After Masters degree you can appear for the NET JRF exam where you will get opportunity to research and work as a teaching assistant in Universities or

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Dear Aspirant, Education is important to start a career. Later as you go on gaining experience, education take a back seat. However if you were in the technical field, then learning or relearning or unlearning was important. Logistics is a good career field and there is good scope too. I think education should not matter now. You will have to monetise your work experience now. Prepare a good resume highlighting your strong points, achievements in all these 10 years which you think are useful to the companies in India and abroad. Best wishes

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Hello there,  As written previously, all information is available on the website. Check Wish you good luck...

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Dear Aspirant, Both - Pricing as well Data are very good career options where numerical ability and analysing ability is of paramount importance and requirement. It is upto you to think, analyse and decide which of them is good for you. Best wishes

Hello there,  I am unable to understand your question. Are you saying that you were unable to pay your final semister fees and so the college is not ready to give you your result. If this is the situation, then only thing I can say is that request the college authorities for a copy of the marksheet with a letter stating why you dont have the original marksheet so that you can join a job. Or else the only option would be to ask a relative or friend to help you with cash. Wish you good luck...

Dear Aspirant, I would have appreciated if you could have written something more about yourself in terms of your current work, education qualifications, etc. which would give me more idea and would help me in suggesting your appropriate things to do. Anyways, I would suggest that you should choose your line of work or career path based on the intrinsic and acquired skills and abilities. For this you should give maximum importance to your inner voice, aptitude, dream, interests, etc. For this I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from This is a psychometric

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