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Finance management is about providing the advice and helping the client in dealing with the company finance and other monetary resources and formulate the right policies for that.
You are Class Xth fail-Okay-that's fine.Failure is natural in life-depression is also a general feelings at every failure-but don't stick to it. every one should know to grow positively. Now your duty is to analyze cause of your failure-you should do it.find out the causeanalyze itspot the causesstay with the causessolve it asapget the help of either teacher/guardiansThis means you set your future objectivity to solve the problem.Here is some points you should take the help of themIf regular course is tough for you go for NIOS boardappoint teachers for the subject which you can not relatemake
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[An MBA degree from a premier institute in India is highly advantageous] by three reasons - excellent pay, excellent placement and excellent job advancement and growth opportunities. Your pay also is highly dependent on from where you are graduating with your MBA. However an MBA with Finance is extremely rewarding in terms of job scope, growth opportunities and even pay structures. You are currently passed school level, so to study an MBA finance in future, you should study a BBA Bachelor of business administration with finance speciali
Hello BE+MBA is totally an excellent package. Reading up your query, I infer two routes from your career profile.
One is the technical route and the other is a non-technical route. 1. Technical route: BE Computer science plus [technical support job][BE Computer science] [degree plus working] as a technical support is a completely technical route. You have spent four years in a[> technical engineering education], and have also spent money on this education. Your work experience that you have constructed is also in a technical line and not in any other dimension. Ideal
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Finance: Finance is a lucrative career option and it is very much suitable for students with high numerical aptitude. [To embark on a career in finance] you need to have studied a basic bachelors degree related to finance. This includes either a Bachelor of business administration BBA with finance or a Bachelor of commerce Bcom with Finance as the first graduation degree. Completing this basic bachelors degree, you can then study a masters degree like the MBA with finance or a MFM Master of financial management or a MCom
Dear Friend,Let me first thank you to share your question in details with us so that we can understand and take a holistic approach towards the questionSince you have done B.sc and then marketing and system MBA you can do almost all the jobs. I have worked in Capital market myself and there are lot of thing which you can do in capital market.Since you have changed lot of jobs and devoted most of the crucial years in Capital market as a equity advisory its better and suggestible to continue in the same field of capital market.Since you have worked as equity adviser you would have to achieve you
A very good question for which I also had to research a bit more to know the exact difference. Basically looking at the course structure of CFERM it seems majorly focused on securities market. Another big difference is that CFERM is a certificate course offered by NISM, which means that it is neither a diploma nor a master degree. It is purely a one year certificate course. However looking at the course structure it is definitely strong and will help build excellent skills in finance, risk, analytics. On the other hand Masters in Financial Engineering is also a unique course offered by a forei
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
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
How many years of experience have you acquired in the HR domain? If it is more than 4 years, then your finance experience of four years would not be directly relevant now in the new job market in India.
Now whether to choose HR or Finance should be dependent on your liking, quality of experience and your willingness to continue over your career life remaining.
I feel that since you have the HR domain experience from Dubai and you have the past experience in Finance and also you are qualified, you can look out for companies who have HR plus Accounts requirement. This is pos
Thank you for replying.. I am in +2 and opted science after 10th. But now I realised that science is not my cup of tea. If asked what I am really interested in studying then I'd definitely say English. So can u tell me about courses related to English and about job opportunities? I want to know except teaching what other career options are there for English.
Also can you give me a complete detail on Visual Communication course. I want to know its syllabus and what kind of job can I get after studying it. I want to know what all jobs are available if I study Visco
Again you are a case of an engineer shifting to other areas. Hope you understand that your engineering degree, money spent, time spent and years spent will go waste when you decide to go to another sector / domain for career.
If you are interested in Investment Banking, Analysis, etc. I would then suggest CFA course from CFA Institute USA. Chartered Financial Analyst is the best qualification to gain jobs in investment banking, broking, mutual funds. banking, finance, etc. MBA from a BSchool wont help you if you are interested in a technical finance domain. You may do MBA execut
Many engineers are seeing selecting commerce/management fields after their engineering. It is definite that you have realised that you wish to be in the commerce or management domain very late. Hope you understand that when you choose BFSI domain for your future career, your engineering and the money spent, time spent and energy consumed will go waste and will have no value. You also wasted an engineering seat.
However are you aware that being an engineer you can work for BFSI domain in software companies. Software companies get contracts from BFSI companies for doing their tech
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Pursuing an MBA enhances your personality and you will be able to express more passionately in the corporate world. You will also be able to compete better in the industry, to succeed in the corporate environment, its actually necessary for the you to take up the MBA course as it equips you with the required skills. As you have shown more concern regarding this course. I would recommend to do MBA finance first and then go for CWA course as you will be able to focus more efficiently in the area of finance area and that will give you good package too. And moreover there are many good
Hope you are decided about MBA and you are aware why you need an MBA. Just to tell you that MBA is not required by each and every person for excelling in career.
It appears that you are a graduate from Commerce stream.
Firstly I strongly suggest you to aim for an MBA from the Top 10 BSchools in India or if you are planning for MBA from abroad then from Top 20 BSchools in the world. Doing an MBA just for the degree and paper qualification sake is useless and shall not result in anything productive.
For MBA, firstly you need to appear for one or more than one entrance
If you wish to enter into the public sector banks, then you can appear for IBPS exams for the post of Probationary Officers, Specialist Officers or Clerks. Further with the inter bank competitive exams, you can get qualified as a JAIIB and then a CAIIB.
For private sector banks, they needs MBAs, CFA, Cost Accountants, Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, etc.
Finance is a different sector where the above qualifications are required to get into the finance domain.
If you were working while doing your 12th and graduation then it is not at all an issue. However if you were not working while doing the basic education, then you may be in problem since industry/companies do not prefer candidates who have passed graduation through distance or correspondence mode.
However as said by Ms. Meghana too, good companies definitely will consider you. Your academic record being also good as you say, there is no problem for companies to accept you and your candidature, provided that you have valid reason to the question about distance learning graduation
If you were working while doing your 12th and graduation then it is not at all an issue.
Your academic record being also good as you say, there is no problem for companies to accept you and your candidature, provided that you have valid reason to the question about distance learning graduation.
Why don't you think of also completing your masters degree in a subject of your choice? If you can tell me more details about your graduation, I can guide you for this.
The most appropriate time to pursue an MBA would be after getting a work experience of at least five years in your chosen field. You are already a Chartered Accountant and CFA level 2 candidate. I would suggest that completing your CFA all levels should be the very first priority for you, since that will directly help you in your job and to grow internally.
MBA Finance I would not suggest, but MBA in General Management is what I would suggest. By the qualifications of CA and CFA you are already master of the Finance domain and therefore doing MBA or PG in General Management from
You are actually on a good career path. Please do not think of shifting to another area where you will be considered fresher.
You have put in good efforts and have progressed so well in terms of job profile and salary.
I would suggest that you build interest in finance domain more by reading, research.
I feel taking training or a course in entrepreneurship is not enough to be an entrepreneur. I being myself an edupreneur, can tell you that studying the entrepreneurship and getting into entrepreneurship is all together a different ball game.
For being an Entrepreneur you should have inbuilt qualities and also you should be able to learn to adapt and be flexible extremely.
Business ideas cannot be taught and are required to be created and not learnt. You should be able to find out the problem areas which can be converted into business.
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Your question reminds me of the following picture that states the difference between a boss and a leader.
I hope what you mean is you would like to lead a team. AS you wish to pursue career in management field, you shall opt for MBA course. You can also climb the ladder by joining a company after graduation and later pursuing post graduation in the same stream or by pursuing executive MBA course.
When it comes to managing people, it’s more about teamwork and communication. Keep an attitude towards learning these soft skills and it will be helpful for you in growth.
Good to know that you got a job after engineering. I feel that you should be fortunate that you got a job after engineering. Nice to know that you are interested in further studies as well.
If you are interested in technical engineering domain job, I would recommend MTech part time.
How did you develop interest in Finance? Once you think of MBA Finance, Engineering degree will be considered waste.
I would recommend that you continue with your job and then after gaining 3-5 years of experience, go for Executive MBA in Operations / Finance / General Management. This will help you
A very interesting question. And such questions must be in the mind of every individual / student who wishes to be sure as to the career chosen is a perfect match.
The choice of a career is made right at the preliminary stage of ones academic life. Thus either while choosing subjects in grade 8th or after class 10th, one should make a determined choice.
Thus one should choose rightly on the basis of where the student aptitude lies in sync with his interest. Thus as a Counselor, I recommend, an Aptitude test / Career counseling test. This test gives a clear picture as t
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