Does this mean you would quit your job to pursue Psychology degree from abroad?
I am against it. If you are satisfied with your job at TCS, I would suggest, pursue a correspondence course in Psychology at the sametime retaining your job.
Or else it is upto you.
Wish you good luck.........
Please note a course done from an UGC / AICTE approved Institute gets recognition in the industry anyhere.
Since the course is labelled, Post graduate Diploma, only AICTE approved University can label their course under this domain.
So rest assured, you would get a job in any industry in the HR department as per your choice. Probably your Institute would also have campus placements.
Wish you good luck...
What exactly do you wish to pursue? It seems you have a lot of confusion. So best would be to sit down, relax and judge your own self, your strengths, interest and likes. If possible opt for an Aptitude test or Career counseling test to help you know your potentials and make a confirmed choice.
As far as Hospital management is concerned, graduates in this field are mainly responsible for the functioning and administration of the hospital. Right from handling the business to facilities in the hospitals like availability of beds, necessary medical help like doctors, blood an
Please share a little more information so that counsellors have sufficient information to guide you further. This is more like a generalised statement.
Suggest you to use free resources like 80000 hours.
Good to see your dedication. But I am unable to understand what kind of preparations will you begin with after 12th. Rather here I would suggest that first thing- first. Right now just focus on your graduation degree. Learn the concepts thoroughly. Since one paper of UPSC focuses on subject concept. Meanwhile you can focus on reading any material you can lay your hands on to. Keep yourself updated and solve more of logical related questions.
In terms of specialization all 3 are lab work related subjects. Here I would suggest either B.Pharma or PharmaD to a general B.
Information regarding fees is never available on the website and relying on search enginees is not a feasible option
Thus the Institute you are interested in, you can either visit them or call them or write a mail stating your interest in the course and- wanting to know the fees structure and any other information.
There are many other institutes apart from the 2 I have mentioned here.
Wish you good luck...
Hello Drashti, I am not getting your question. Why will you need a photo identity?
As per my knowledge students are provided with hall tickets which is the only proof one needs to carry to the examination hall. But since you have mentioned photo identity, better you carry a proof along with you so that you are not made to run around during the exam time.
But still will tell you to contact the management or authorities and confirm whether just carrying a hall ticket is not sufficient?
Wish you good luck....
Be sure firstly whatever you study would not be easy but the level of difficulty would- vary. But please do not choose aed on this criteria. Choose on the basis of your interest and future aspiration. Only then will you achieve results you are worthy of.
If management is your ultimate goal then both B.com and BBA are good options. If you wish to learn about management at the graduate level so that you can scale through MBA as well as face no difficulty selecting a specialization, then you could opt for BBA.
But if you wish to graduate in a different area and have intere
Thank you for spending your valuable time. The main reason for changing the career at this point of time is that,my current profession is not so rewarding even after these many years of experience.So I am thinking to divert a bit and after doing crash course joining a profile of Business Analyst in healthcare domain, so that I can utilise my current experience as well.