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If you have the right business model, but fail to implement it, it is the management team at fault. But if you have a poor business model, sometimes the management team can turn the model into a successful. Management is important because it provides organization and leadership to a group of people or employees.

My dear Student, It is a fact that no study goes waste.Education has no limit and no age bar.You should not go against your interest.You should take Science subjects.I happy to note that you have a goal to fulfill your interest.After completion of  graduation in any stream you should appear for competitive exam and take admission in Law College in Pvt.or in Govt.College under University.You will be on track and do well with all sincerity.Also interact with students,faculty of Law College,advocates to get best of guidance and advice. Best wishes. 

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Dear Mohit, Thanks for writing to careerguide.com! I am sure that responses from other career experts have been helpful to you. I am sharing my perspective on your query that may be helpful for taking informed decision. To be straight  forward, I am providing you the immediate career path and key information about marine biology. 1. Career Path Eligibility to become a Marine Biologist is Bachelor of Science. However, most preferred is a Masters degree in Marine biology. For research and university teaching positions, PhD in Marine biology is required. After 10, you need to take PCB or P

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Hello, thanks for writing to us counsellors. Having interest in Biology alone will not help you [to lead a career in science stream][1]. Biology too includes Chemistry and you will realise this later when you go into degree level. For example, when you study body reactions, you will have to study more on chemistry, bio chemistry and bio-organic chemistry. So discarding chemistry will not help you to get into a Science career in future. Even for Biology sake, if you choose to study Nutrition and Dietics course at BA/ BSc level, it does bring in some amount of chemistry into this degree. So I wo

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hello After 10th the courses available in any stream are not so good.If you complete 12th and then look for courses is a good idea. Click here --> Take Stream Suggestor to Know Right Streams But you can go for various olympiads and scholarship exams that will help you in your further education. For example if you are a single girl child then you can go for UDAAN Scholarship that is conducted by CBSE which helps girl students with there Engineering education. If you want to move outside India for education you can go and prepare for Scholastic Aptitude Test, IELTS and TOEFL.You can also give

3 answers Dr. Manasvee Dubey in Management & Marketing category

Dear Aspirant, Choosing a subject should always depend on your capability, skills acquired and acumen. If one chooses on the basis of these aspects, then I am sure that you can be successful. 10th standard level is an important level and [choosing the right stream is important][1] and critical. Choosing a stream should primarily be dependent on the subjects you like the most in your 10th std. To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo a [Psychometric Career Assessment][2] test from CareerGuide which will help you understand yourself in respect of your

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Dear Student, your confusion is quite genuine because at this point of time it seems as if one is standing at a cross road and unable to make out which way to go, so, let me tell you that it is a matter of your own choice and your area of interest. Just peep into your inner-self and try to make out what interests you the most and accordingly choose a stream, like you may go for BCA/B.Sc.IT/B.Sc. CS if you are quite good at as well as quite interested in computer related activities , on the other hand if you are fond of smart work, beaming with innovative ideas and creativity then go for choosi

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Management & Marketing category

Hello Amit It is common globally that professionals with 3 -7 years of work experience often choose regular MBAs, in fact most of the decent regular MBA programs are designed for people with some level of work experience, while Executive MBAs are often designed to suit mid to senior management executives. You must also need to know the purpose why you are planning to do an MBA, what are your motivations and your choice completely depend on that whether you wish to change your industry/sector, add a leadership edge to your qualification, willing to learn management concept to deploy it for an e

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Hi It’s an obvious point to start with, but the skills attained by studying a postgraduate degree will strengthen your CV and certainly help you stand out amongst those who haven’t obtained a postgraduate qualification. You’ll be acquiring knowledge at a higher level than what you studied during your bachelor’s degree, and the course should help you develop the necessary skills for your field of work.With a postgraduate qualification on your CV, securing a good graduate job is more likely, and the possibility of attracting a higher salary is increased. This will leave y

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Hello, You can do masters in commerce and make career in the lectureship.UGC NET Exam is conducted every year for the students in commerce, arts and humanities field you can check out the information on UGC NET Paper 1 and then go further .   Its very easy to crack the exam in NET.You will also get scholarships worth INR 25000 so that you can do research in the commerce field  

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doing bachelor's as compared to doing masters abroad is always advisable. As a UG and PG from aboard from the same country will give you better prospects of job and settlement.

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Congratulation to her for completing the MCom. If she is interested in teaching and wants to make a career as an assistant professor then can appear for UGC NET Exam.  The UGC NET Exam is conducted by CBSE for the determination of the eligibility for a lecturer in national universities and institutes and for junior research fellowship award.  The Eligibility for the UGC NET is post graduation degree with 55% marks.  Check out the complete details from the official website and apply for the exam if you are eligible.


Hello, The Best option is to make career in the lectureship and Research program. The Lectureship is the sought after job and the Research work would provide you wonderful career option through UGC NET Exam. The UGC NET Exam is conducted for the Psychology students too. You can prepare for the NET Exam and make career in various Colleges and Universities of India. Time to time the UGC Board recruits the aspirants for the Assistant Professor Jobs so you can apply there.  

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Hi Tushar, For BBM, all you need in 10+2 score. For MBA, you should appear for CAT examination for a better college. Best wishes, Himanshu

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hii, I have done post graduation into Human Resource Management and possess experience of two years into HR field. Now,i am planning to pursue  Post graduate diploma in counseling and after that work as a private psychologist by setting up a centre as i am more inclined towards it.Also as a social cause i am helping people by counseling them. Is it correct for me as a career choice? plz help.


Hi Madhuri, If you enjoy this stream, then you may continue with PG in Clinical Research and all, keeping in mind that they are not financially lucrative as compared to MHA Or MBA. Between MHA and MBA, I would recommend you to go for MBA as it would enable you to have multiple career options. MHA would limit you to the hospitals only. Also MBA salaries are better as compared to MHA. Hope it helps. Best wishes, Himanshu

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Hi Eligibility criteria in most of the top universities is Pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with Physics, Mathematics and English) and you might have to clear some entrance test. (it may vary with the university you choose) There are lots of options available for you which you can choose for your further career like you can go for engineering in different streams like B.Tech in CSE(Computer science engineering), Information technology(IT), Mechanical engineering(ME), Civil engineering, Chemical engineering, Biomedical engineering, Biotechnology, Food technology, Elect

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Complete relevant short term certificates (Online/Offline) with the current profile. Let your resume have minimum 2 - 3 free online certificate of relevant skills for around 2 years. You would see a good jump in profile and CTC. Best wishes, Himanshu

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Hi BBA (3 Years): BBA is a Bachelor of Business Administration which is undergraduate course which you can pursue after you have cleared your 12th standard. This degree offers an optimum blend of theory and practice to provides a solid foundation in general business management with specializations in area of choice. There are a number of combinations available for you such as: BBA 3 years. , Dual Degree BBA - MBA 5 years., BBA (Hons.) 3 years., Dual Degree BBA (Hons.) - MBA, 5 years. , BBA (Information Technology) 3 years. , BBA (Financial Markets) 3 years. , BBA (International Finance) 3 year

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Hi Lakhshya good evening, You can choose specialization as HR in your MBA second year. Your MBA degree is enough qualification to get jobs in HR. For further queries, you can always ping me back. Thank you. All the very best for your future.


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Hi If you have done B.tech in CSE and after that you have two career options either you can go for M.tech CSE or you can either pursue for MBA also . Both these streams are good and you will get lot of career opportunities also after pursuing master’s. If you don’t want to continue in your stream CSE then its good for you to pursue master’s in MBA. It will open wide range of opportunities for you from career perspective view. For your information i am listing some of the courses of MBA such as MBA, MBA Information technology, Hospital and Healthcare management, International

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Hi  SAT preparation requires a good deal of yime investment of minimum 6 months. The exam content is rather simpler than many other competitive tests in India but t deal is To have pratice of full length test paperd tjereby to have command on speed and accuracy both.The exam comprises of two brod categories- Math and English.Mathematics curriculum will be very similar to what student have learnt till grade 10 across any board.The English section is a bit diffetent that is based ongrammar , reading comprehension and writing skill. Verious good books are availble from which students can pra

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Hello Sapna..!! Hope you are doing great..!!Congrats on your successful completion of your Graduation. Now you must be curious about all the courses you can go for after completion of your graduation. Whether to go for MBA or MSC or whatever it is. There will be tons of options for you. And I will not be able to guide you for each and every course because you see, I am not a Genius!! :D All right..!! What I can tell about is the best course that I think will be really helpful in getting a job with high salary and studying facilities of an elite educational institute. If you can't guess what I

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