Every body dreams of a job which has Saturday and Sunday off and also almost all public holidays. However that is not the case in real world. Companies pay you for working for them and not for taking holidays and taking the full salaries.
Private jobs do have Saturday and Sunday off in majority, however there are still jobs like in construction, retail, banks, hospitals, where Saturday and Sundays are not off. Therefore I feel, you are dreaming of a very cosy and non challenging and non hectic job, which is not always possible. Companies choose candidates and very rarely ca
MBA from IIM-C and working as HR Executive, by which I suppose that you have done MBA Human Resource. I am surprised that despite of getting a coveted seat in IIM-C and where you chose Human Resource as an elective, you now wish to switch to Finance suddenly. I still feel somewhere there you should reconsider your decision to change to Finance. the question why the shift from HR to Finance will be always cropping up in your later career life.
You are very young by age and therefore I do not see any difficulty in shifting to Finance. This may be the right time since you have not
The factors that needs to be considered are:
What is he need of the hour?
Are you willing to work in the industry where the demand is?
Or you have another plan?
Are you willing to quit your job?
Are you looking out for a technical job in future or shift towards the managerial aspects
Long term goal?
Long term goals in terms of position and salary whether wish to stick to the technical job or make shift?
Please note, it is only you, who can decide which course, depending on the industry demand.
And never the less, employees move from the technical to the gener
Yes, a MBA will improve your chances for a promotion or job change.
You may opt for a CA/ICWA/CFA etc, if that interests you. There are specialized courses in Treasury/Risk etc. available. There are online learning modules available to update your knowledge of verticals, where you have not worked.
You wish to go ahead with courses still.
I would rather, you gain experience now is important.
As such you could now pursue courses related to Investment or retail banking, MBA, Financial analyst, CFA etc.
Wish you good luck...
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Thank you for your kind advice and wishes.
Two Masters degree or two graduations at the same time are now allowed as per the UGC rules.
I feel that you are too much hurrying up in acquiring degrees. I would suggest that completing your MA Economics should be a priority if you are interested in the domain. Securing first class is highly recommended for better future career opportunities.
Doing MBA in Finance is a good option. Human Resource for an Economics post graduate is not relevant. Please do not add MBA just for the sake of degree.
MBA through distance mode or part time basis can be done if you start work
Since its Aviation management, you would find jobs such as guest relationship executive, customer care, and admin related work at the airport industry itself.
Since Emirates is a well known airlines, but I am not sure of its course as such. Hence before you pursue the course, check the website for its recognition and placements and check with the abroad education consultants.
Wish you good luck..m
Depends upon your interest business or computer field
MBA- Business field
MCA- computer science field. But choose the best institute for study like government Institute or private institute VIT, LPU or AMITY etc.
BBA stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. This is a graduation degree in Business Administration done after completing the high school.Basically, it is the study of trade, commerce, management and operations at the undergraduate level. This course is 3 years course; its main intention is to prepare a student in managerial qualities, to help them run a business. Earlier students used to go for BA courses but the BBA is now gaining popularity in India, most students now prefer BBA over BA.
They are taught about economics, accounting, financial management, English, Business statistics e
Whether you wish to stay or move from technical to a non technical field, is something you would have to decide.
You have written improvement of managerial skills?. Are you already working?.
Rather I would say join the technical field and gain some experience. It will give you an idea what is your skill and you could choose accordingly. Associate with clinics or hospitals and get an experience.
Incase MBA then best would be hospitality management, wherein you could join the administrative department of the hospitals and also work in their technical department.