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Dear friend, many thank fro your question, here you have not mentioned that what is your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. In way the CareerGuide.com will definitely help you solve your query. As you have mentioned that you wish to become manger in your career and you want to be a boss in the office. I really appreciate your career pathway which you want to achieve.
The manager in any company is a responsible person, who has academic background of management.
If you are in school, then you should opt BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and then MBA, you may d
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Congratulations for your achievement! Shortlisting in top institutions is indeed big achievement.
Considering the ranking and nature of the course (BBA+MBA), I would recommend you to take up course from IIM-Indore. In today's market, masters education is essential. IIM Indore will also fetch you good placement opportunities. I agree with Vaibhav and Dr. Anand's suggestion.
Without any delay, take informed decision and secure admission in the most appropriate institution based on recommendations from different career experts.
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Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!In Today's fast-paced market scenario, the role of Business Analyst (BA) lends great value to an organization.- a BA is a genralist capable of fucntioning competently in a diverse roles.Outsourcing has become a mainstray in our global economy. Large corporations reduce their operation cost by seeking out the same work quality at lower costs. By outsourcing, a distance between business stakeholder and the programmer is created, creating the need for higher quality and more precise analysis, including creation of documents and fucntional specifiactions, has risen. Wit
Hi,Greeting's for the day!!!In Today's fast-paced market scenario, the role of Business Analyst (BA) lends great value to an organization. - a BA is a generalist capable of functioning competently in diverse roles.Outsourcing has become a mainstray in our global economy. Large corporations reduce their operation cost by seeking out the same work quality at lower costs. By outsourcing, a distance between business stakeholder and the programmer is created, creating the need for higher quality and more precise analysis, including creation of documents and functional specifications, has risen. Wit
Hello Aspiring to do an MBA is an excellent decision for your future career. You haven't mentioned on any about your educational background. To study an MBA, students need to have ideally taken up the 10+2+3 route or the 10+2+4 route. This means, after tenth and twelfth you should have either completed a three year bachelors degree or a four year bachelors degree. If you have followed either of these routes, then you are absolutely eligible to study an MBA. Next, having some work experience: An MBA with some prior work experience is definitely essential for a person to survive on the
My question to you is have you spoken to your management regarding you being unsatisfied with the position and salary offered?. If not do it ASAP. It will give you an idea as to what they are looking out for.
At the sametime with a vast experience of 12 years, you deserve a higher position. Probably a managerial position. Apply to other automobile companies highlighting your strengths and contribution. I would advise against changing the organization as that would nullify your experience.
In the meanwhile pursue a part time MBA. It will lead you to a managerial position whe
But please note, business executive is a position. One works as a manager and looks after the business development.
After graduation, opt for an MBA program, and specialise in either Marketing or Finance.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
Yes, you can do MBA in IIM and you will get some Financial Assistance/Scholarships there in IIM itself. You have options of Education Loan also which you can pay back after getting into employment.
First, upon, it will be a great achievement for you to crack the CAT – Common Admission Test which is considered somewhat difficult and tough one.
The CAT is based on:-
Data Interpretation and Logical reasoning,
Verbal and Reading Comprehension.
There are as many as 20 IIMs in India where recently IIM Jammu (Indian Institute of Management, Jammu) has been establis
It does not matter what you were in the past. The future is important. What you wish to do in future is important. But for sure with 43% getting into a fulltime MBA is not possible.
Thus you have 2 options. Either you reappear for graduation again and improve your score and then apply for an MBA.
Or take up a job. Work for minimum 5 years and apply for a part-time or correspondence management course.
Wish you good luck...
Agreed getting a job as per the qualification and the profile and salary is difficult but not impossible. As a fresher one would face such issues for sure. But being determined and confident with ones potentials is the key to success. Initially one needs to focus on gaining experience by taking a job in a company that will enhance your skill. Thus job profile is important at this juncture.
After gaining experience you could apply to any organization and demand the requisite salary just based on your skills or expertise.
Please note that MBA qualification is not a ladder towa
Why in the first place did you pursue a course in Hotel management?.
So now its important for you to decide which area you wish to work at?. Then only select a specialization at the MBA level. You already have an experience into marketing, so obvious choice during management would be marketing. But would still advise you to think twice as to whether you are a perfect fit into the marketing role.
Anyways in terms of your job profile, after an MBA from a reputed institute and campus placement, you would be employed in the junior manager role. Depending on your expertise, you
It appears that you have decided to be in the management field from the beginning.
BBA is an under graduate course for which you will have to appear for an entrance test of a University under which you wish to do the course. The entrance test is based on your 12th std level of knowledge. It has english, maths, logical reasoning, etc. as sections. There are no negative markings.
After the entrance test, based on the score you get, you will be alloted a college based on your preference choice and entrance test marks.
BBA will give you foundation knowledge of the managem
Thank you very much Dr. Anand & Ms. Meghna for your advise.
I am a sales professional with 11 years experience currently working in Online payment space as Sr.Manager - Alliances and now want to enroll for worthwhile Executive MBA / Management program. But confused with worried a bit about the fees structure.
5 yrs ago I did my Distant MBA program from Sikkim Manipal University & hence unable to scale up in career progression and designation in any company is offered Sr.Manager and not AVP/VP.
You have selected the right course and Institute for a career ahead.
Nice to know about your aspiration to become a Professor of English.
You will surely get government jobs after MA English from IGNOU. IGNOU is a recognised Institute of the Govt of India. All courses are recognised by the industry too for employment.
Do not get worried anymore. Ensure that you get first class in MA English so that you stand a good chance for government jobs. For becoming a professor and to be in the teaching field, you will be required to appear for NET or SET exam conducted by UGC. W
No need of getting confused. A time comes when you have to settle down in one of the areas which according to you and your experience are good to settle and which would offer a long term satisfaction in terms of salary and internal growth. You cannot work with every company and keep moving all the time.
Five years experience and an MBA qualification is enough to keep progressing. You should focus on performing the best on the job and move upwards based on that. No other academic course is required.
Sales and Marketing is a growing domain with lot of scope for improvement, i
For becoming a Scientist, which is a very good ambition of yours, there are conservative ways to become that too. I am very happy that you are thinking about your future at the right time and have approached us to take an informed decision.
IISER and NEST are the top exams for getting into research early on.
If you do not get admission to the five year integrated MSc course, you can complete BSc and MSc from a state recognised University or a national Institute or IIT. Later you will have to pursue a PhD which will then make your chances of being a Scientist very strong.
Executive MBA is a non University course offered majority by private institutes. Compared to this, part time three year MBA is a University offered course.
Executive MBA is highly recommended only when you have at least 7 years of experience in the field and you wish to add the management education for growing and taking the leadership positions.
For IT professional, firstly PMP certification is highly recommended. However Executive MBA from a reputed BSchool like ISB or Symbiosis or FMS Delhi will add great value to the CV and will help you grow in IT industry.
Interesting question asked.
I am sure, you know the work of a cinematographer. He is the main person behind the movies we see. He manages the cameras used for shooting and lighting, sound etc.
So definitely a lot of scope in the field. There are short term or certification courses available whch you could opt for.
But please note, media is more of a practical kind of a job. More the experience, better career opportunity for you. So along with the course, interning under a cinematographer would be the best. Rest is your choice.
Wish you good luck..
Now forget what you have done in 12th and graduation. Your Masters degree will matter the most for the future jobs and career. You need to improve a lot in communication and English which is a great negative point for you in terms of job interviews and cracking those and getting selected. Just have great degrees now adays wont give you high salary or job satisfaction.
Therefore, if you have done Masters in Finance & Marketing, to begin with you will have to apply for freshers job vacancies. Since your Masters is dual, which means neither finance nor marketing is completely k
You made a mistake of leaving your job and that too when you had financial loan to repay. Why are you so much behind the degree MBA? Do you think and have an impression that doing MBA will give double salary than the current? You are being misinformed or mis guided by someone who has told you to do MBA.
2 years of work experience you already have and you should have continued to work and then opted for MBA part time of distance learning. Work experience is always on the top and not MBA. MBA acts as an icing on the cake and not the actual cake. You considered MBA as a cake and le
If your maths is weak, then unfortunately it is of no use to think for CAT exam and getting selected for IIMs.
You can improve maths and solve questions like other people do, however those other people do not solve them by luck or being born as mathematicians. They must have practiced a lot and they also may have love for numbers, which is necessary for being a maths geek.
You can improve your maths with lot of practice since you did not have maths in your course stream earlier. This will require to spend more time that others and this means that if you are aiming for CAT 2016,
If you feel that at the basic you lack the mathematical aptitude, I find no point for you to continue for CAT coaching.
Are you determined that you want to do MBA only and nothing else? CAT 2016 is very near and you seem to have now realised that you will not be able to make it to the final list of IIMs.
I would suggest that now that you have spent on CAT coaching and that the CAT is now very near, you should give your 100% of what ever you know and can attempt. It is not that your CAT score is only for IIMs, that can be used for non IIM colleges too in India.
Hello Doing an MBA is extremely advantageous for ones personal and professional development and I can assure you that you have taken the very right decision in your career. So please be confident that you are going on the right path in your career. Many students dont feel confident about MBA because they are unsure if they are deciding something right for life, afraid of life after MBA, afraid of managing finances to study an MBA, and afraid of getting jobs after an MBA. All these questions tend to revolve so often into the minds of students and therefore thinking about all these factors
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