Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is an excellent career option in the field of law. There is specialisation available in law courses in IPR.
IPR is about the copyrights, patents, geographical indications, trademarks, etc. which are the intellectual property of an organisation and organisations are very much keen to protect them through the IPR laws. There are also litigations which arise in this field where expert advocates are required to plead in the Court of Law.
For a career in IPR domain, doing a LLB course is recommended. After that a Masters in Law (IPR) is possible or
Have you completed your commerce graduation or about to complete?
Anyways, you are not eligible for food and nutrition courses on the basis of commerce studies. They are purely science / biology subject domains.
How did you know that your interests are in health and wellness field? IF you have decided that you wish to be in the well ness industry, then instead of nutrition and food, you can think of Aerobics, Yoga, Gym, hospital management, freelance nutrition consulting like Herbalife, etc.
BA Yoga is not a long term career if are looking for a job etc.
I feel, you are to
With twelve years of strong experience in project management sales and marketing, you can climb up the management ladder.
This you can do either by searching for a job switch or if possible in your current organisation by speaking to your current managers and above.
If you have done an MBA already previously, then you will have to look for management cadre opportunities yourself based on your experience and what you can give to the organisation and contribute to its growth.
If not, it is recommended that you take up a General Management course from a reputed BSchool through part
I am totally confused how can one start a business without funds. At the max you can start a collaboration with an NGO but that too would require initial investment. Whether funds are what you already have or are funded by other institutes.
Anyways to begin with start planning as to what kind of business you wish to begin with, who would be your target customers, how would you aporoach your customers, where will you set your business etc. This will help you understand your requirements and decide if funds are needed or not.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
Having 40% in your graduation and that too of commerce which is a scoring stream is really a problem area. The fact is all courses generally admit students on the minimum percentage of 45-50% only. Your 40% is a problem which you will have to live with. What can you do now should have been thought about when you appeared for the exams of graduation very casually and got so low percentages.
However, you can do one thing now. Do M.Com in a good subject which you can score in and get atleast 55%. After this you will be able to get jobs to begin your career at lower level or you may
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HI, Some of the good b schools you can refer to are:
1-PES University, Bangalore
2-SRM University, Chennai
3-Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore
4-Institute of Rural Management, Jaipur
5-Institute of Management Studies, Noida
6-YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad
7-SIES College of Management Studies, Navi Mumbai
8-Regional College of Management, Bhubaneswar
9-MOP Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai
10-Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad
These all above mentioned take through MAT entrance.
All the best!
What is the meaning of profile showing management?. By the way, what are you currently pursuing.
Is it management you wish to pursue during the under graduate course. Who has told you the under graduate course is not good. It is how students perceive the course and follow it up with either higher studies or job.
Pursue management course with a goal in mind. As of now hope you know undergraduate management course is available under 2 titles BMS offered under Mumbai university and BBA offered as an affiliated course from Pune university. BBA is more practical course and
What is the reason for failure twice?. Analyse and take necessary action. Since to appear for UPSC, you need to be a graduate first.
Please stop thinking about easy alternatives. At this moment if UPSC is your aim you will have to clear the engineering exam at any cost. At this time thinking of family business stops you from putting in the right effort and take the easy route out.
So my suggestion would be focus only on your completion of engineering course. Take necessary help from professors or fellow students, make notes or pointers, refer previous years papers etc.
An IT experience would mean technical knowledge mainly dealing with hardware, systems and trouble shooting. Whereas Marketing is all about selling a product by convincing the customer about the benefits of the product.
From the above, you might have an idea that both the fields are different and requires different potentials from individuals.
Incase you are an extrovert personality with good communication skills you could get into the marketing profile. Moreover with an IT experience and background, you could get into marketing of IT products itself. Since to be successful
Human Resource Department in any organization can be considered the backbone of that organization owing to the importance of the HR Department in various Human Resource Aspects of the organization. Recruitment of employees, training them as per the objectives of the organization, appraisal of performance, maintenance of workplace environment, dispute redressal and management, public relations and communications, motivating employees and to leverage all these to achieve the goals in predetermined time. The working professionals in HR have very much to do with upgrading and updating themselv
Why did you pursue air ticketing course after a degree in computers?. How was it related?. And now you wish to pursue an MBA.
One suggestion, dont just run behind degrees to attain higher qualification. It must be in sync with your basic qualification or else the basics holds no value at all.
Anyways I would suggest think why you wish to pursue management course?. What is your objective?. Please do not fall in trap of a rat race.
In terms of further studies you could pursue an MCA which is in sync with your basic qualification.
Rest is your choice
Wish you good
The only straight and simple answer to your question is " JOB".
I am of the firm belief that pursuing a course or degree or certificate just for the sake of seeking a higher qualification makes no sense. The content from the course must be put into real life practice. Only then the course adds value to the effort taken.
Also, work experience and market demand which one can analyse during work must be the means for selecting a course. When I say experience, I mean a minimum of 5years. At the sametime the job profile must be proper and significant. This helps in making a choi
Before you make a choice between oral and postal coaching, let me brief you about the difference.
Oral coaching is like attending regular classroom lectures and getting your doubts cleared with mentors. Whereas Postal coaching is like pursuing a correspondence course. Here students would be provided with study materials and they would have to study on their own. Please note like other correspondence courses , this course does not provide study centres and so a student has to study on his own. At the end both oral and postal coaching students have to appear for an exam and
Interesting to see your enthusiasm being from a non math background but wish to appear for CAT. Good keep this spirit. This positive thought will help you crack the competitive exam surely.
Please note competitive exams are nothing but a test that checks your logical skills or aptitude in various areas. Similiarly with Math. They just wish to understand your understanding capacity. Yes, math is all what you studied at the school level.
Thus if you know your basics well, applying the same would not be an issue.
Thus while preparing for the exam stress more on understanding the
You will have to work on your basics to strengthen your basics for maths sections in CAT exam. You can refer to Arun Sharma for QA and also Quantum CAT which is Arihant publication is also good for maths revision.
You have enough time. If you are unable to prepare by self then you can join coaching or else deveote 2 hours daily to this section and I am sure if done sincerely you will excel in maths.
All the best!!!
Your question is incomplete. Why would you not be eligible for an MBA from a top recognised university. Please do write back being specific so that we can understand your issue and help you better.
In the mean while, in general, to pursue MBA a student needs to be a graduate any stream from a recognised university. Followed by appearing for entrance exams like CAT, CET or private institute exams like NMAT, SAT, XLRI. After clearing the entrance exam one needs to clear the Group discussion followed by personal interview.
As such for entrance exam you could join coach
Firstly good to know you are a management graduate in finance.
Let me tell you a point here, certificates and courses are just add ons to help you get a name to yourself. Not denying the knowledge. But honestly speaking its the work experience that accounts for all degrees and certificates. Rather than adding a certificate I would stress on the work experience and actual job profile.
Being in a proper job role would then aid you towards the industry demand and the course needed for it.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...