You seem a computer geek and tech-savvy, else you would not have that much interest in the computer field! Am I right? The world we are living in today is a kind of digital world and we are going toward the IOT (Internet of Things) concept where every physical thing will be connected and embedded with electronics, software, actuators, sensors, and network connectivity. This is going to a huge interconnected network which will ease the life at greatest level.
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You are 26 years old already? Didnt you study anything till now? What were you doing till now after 10th std? You seem to have lost valuable years in your life. By the age of 26, you should have been into a job and towards settlement.
After Diploma in Computer Science, it is recommended that considering your age, you should first prefer a job if you get. Alongside job, you can then enrol for BTech part time from a good Institute and University. I would recommend a job, however it may not be always possible to get a good job since companies would prefer graduation in engine
Firstly you have not been specific as to your role in the pharma company. Secondly, your question falls in the IT sector of mera career. Now I am confused are you working as a technical support in the pharma company or any other role?.
Please note a pharma graduate has many opportunity in the organization right from clinical trials to production to r&d to quality control to medical writing. You could work in any of the department as per your interest.
Since your question is vague, I can suggest, pursue a management degree. An MBA in either pharnaceutical mana
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
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
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
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
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
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