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Hi There, I wish you had mentioned your qualification. But since you have written CPT, which is the entry level tests for admission to the CA course, I assume you might be in the 11th or 12th. Since CPT is the first level, you have nothing much to loose, even if you do not clear the exam. My advise here would be to first attempt the course, then based on the results, you would know, which area you need to focus on and then opt for a crash course. Generally a student with good knowledge of Math, and a little logic is able to clear the CPT tests. Ideally check the website for the previous p

4 answers Renu in Banking and Insurance management category

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2 answers Adiba Shahab in Banking and Insurance management category

Hello Thank you for choosing [Meracareerguide][1] and writing to us. An MBA in Hyderabad? My first choice would be straight away for Indian School of Business ISB Hyderabad. This is a nationally and internationally reputed business school and ISB Hyderabad is always placed in international rank tables representing India. Their faculty is highly reputable and they usually have foreign faculty exchanges too. Their placement is extraordinary and almost 98% of students are usually well placed in top companies with a minimum of 6 lakh per annum. You will have to follow up with these crite

1 answer Aparna M Venkatesan in Banking and Insurance management category

The success of a student depends largely on what BSchool gives the student in terms of qualitiative and practical education. To decide whether a BSchool will really make you successful depends upon some parameters. Broadly, there are five parameters viz. Leadership, Academic Structure, Corporate Interface, Placements & Alumni. Also you need to decide which sector of the industry you would like to make your career and then only decide the specialisation. Not all MBA institutes give what you want for getting successful in career, but you also on your own have to put in efforst in terms of pe

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Banking and Insurance management category