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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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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
Good to see that you have already decided a career for yourself.
Please note BBA is a 3 years undergraduate management course. Eligibility is an entrance exam. BBA is a course affiliated to Pune university.
The entrance exam tests students reasoning or logical concept.
BBA is very much similiar to BMS course offered by Mumbai university. Only difference being BBAis more practical and industrial oriented. The lectures are more practical oriented and you would have lots of presentations to perform as per your learnings. As such you would be exposed to all
Good question. But both the options stated are two different fields with nothing in common.
As such, choosing any one of the profile is purely your choice. It would depend mainly on your personal attributes and knowing the job profile.
Please note an alliance manager works and is engaged towards the smooth functioning of the alliances which have taken place or would take place. He needs to see that all undertakings during the alliances have been followed and if not followed, he insists on it being followed and if the delay persists then report it to the manager. Polic
You can surely apply for Govt jobs on the basis of post graduation from IGNOU as its a recognized university under UGC act .
To pursue a career as an English professor , you need to do M Phil-PhD in English language . Most of the universities conduct PhD entrance exam for various research fellowships. However , being a English postgraduate , you have options to join print or electronic media , make a career in creative writing apart from pursuing a career as English professor
Interesting question and excellent years of experience.
Its hightime you settle down either in the media or healthcare field. Consistency is needed at this juncture. Without it choosing a course will be of no help.
Settle down and based on the experience and colleagues you could then opt for a course.
Wish you good luck...
Good question and answer is in itself only.
As the word Executive states clearly. An executive MBA is designed for experienced professional with minimum 5 years of experience in their profession. The course as such is designed to help professionals understand the basics of functioning and strategies needed to follow to make the business succesful. Also helps in developing entreprenial skills too. In addition to the above, it also provides knowledge on 3 fields of regular MBA including Finance, Marketing and HR.
Coming to your second question. Though answered ab
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..
Looks like you wish to know what career to choose?.
Firstly, what are you currently doing?. Secondly why have you opted for marketing and finance dual specialization? Why not either of it?.
Playing safe is good but when it comes to the industry, rather while choosing a profession one is confused. Only resort is experimenting. Work in one field, if not interested then shift.
Anyways in worklife this shift of profile does not work. You need to be determined and focused and gain experience to move up the ladder.
Hence I would suggest, self analysis. Intr
How much have you already invested in MBA? Do you think you can afford to let it go?
Finding exams difficult is perhaps, due to the stress that you are undergoing. Is it possible to take up a job, and enrol for a part time MBA? How does the economics work?
The loan needs to be repaid on priority, as soon as you start working. Default will have an adverse impact on your CIBIL rating, which affects creditworthiness for further loans that you might need, like HL, VL etc.
Engage a coach who can help you with life, career and finances.
CAT evaluates your numerical ability skills, which can be developed with a lot of practice, and joining coaching classes. MBA in marketing or HR does not place demands on your mathematical acumen.
It makes sense to take an assessment test. Then, discuss your choices with a career counsellor, based on your academic record, affordability of options, geographical choices and of your course, your aptitude.
Happy dusshera. Happy awakening too. Its always good to know ones strengths before jumping into conclusions.
Please note CAT though has other sections like logic, verbal, analogies and quantitative, but their major focus is on quantitative aptitude.
Since you have mentioned being weak in math, here I would suggest, try focusing on understanding the concepts. Stop thinking about not being able to answer like other students or your weakness. If your aim is to crack CAT, focus mainly on understanding and clearing your doubts.
Solve as many quantitative papers possible.
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
The quantitative aptitude is the essence of the CAT test. The better you score here, your percentile would depend on that.
The simplest way to score in the quantitative area is Practice.
Solve as many papers as possible. While solving try and focus on understanding the concept and logic behind it. Then derive your shortcuts. Since in these competitive exams, the end result is important..
Interesting move of career. Very nice to see you being an entrepreneur in the field of education which is the utmost needed.
As such, you have your own business, so why are you wanting to work elsewhere as an HR Manager. Rather I would suggest an MBA in entrepreniual management, which would give you an idea into running your own business.
Moving along your wish, if you wish to work as an HR manager, then you have 2 options. Either you join a fulltime management course after clearing entrance exams like CAT or CET or private institute exams. Or you could join an o
Quiet confusing. How come you landed into this situation.
Why did you take up an HR job afte an experience in the finance sector. And now again you doing an MBA in finance.
Make up your mind now itself. As such contradictory degree and work experience wont count. According to me now itself you should shift to the finance department, as you already have an experience and are studying finance itself. Or else, if you comfortable and are able to make full use of your skills and potentials in the HR field, then pursue a management course in HR. Please decide early, b
I Agree with Meghna's view; just wanted to add another point about being aware of various country's policy on international candidates and immigration.
Depending on whether you are planning for a short-term international experience or long-term residence, you will have to shortlist relevant destinations by visiting their government website.
Hope this helps.
All the best for your future; keep chasing your aspirations!
Options are many. There are Common Entrance Tests as well as Private BSchools independent entrance tests also.
Selection of the entrance test shall be dependent on your choice of a BSchool. If you are aiming for IIMs, then CAT is mandatory. If you are aiming for state level university MBA, then State CET is to be appeared for. If you aiming for private BSchools like Symbiosis, Narsee Monjee, VIT, etc. then you will have to appear for their entrance tests separately.
However, as far as preparation of the exams is concerned, I would suggest that you should appear for at least 2 en
I would suggest that if you are planning to continue with Amdoc for another 5-10 years, then doing EPGDM is fine. However if you are planning to leave it after a couple of years, then this is not beneficial. EPGDM will not be recognised by other companies, since EPGDM of Amdocs is a customised course and that would not be that much relevant to other companies. I have seen that such in house management programmes are not concerned as worth by other companies.
Which Institute is giving you the EPGDM certificate? I suggest that instead of this course, you can enrol for a part
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