Dear probhat,NET is the exam for lectureship at university level. This exam is conducted twice a year in June and December. See the link for more details: the best

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Dear Aspirant, Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com! There is ample of work opportunities after masters in Life Sciences. You can choose to study further or work. For academic pursuits, you can give NET and work as Lecturer/Assistant Professor in college/institute/university. You can also do PhD in life sciences from reputed organizations. Admission to PhD program is based on entrance test, If you have qualified NET then you will be exempted from PhD Entrance Test. NET qualified candidates are eligible to get into PhD program directly. There are a lot of job opportunities for MSc(Li

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Hi hetal,IT is not possible to go for MBBS after Bsc IT. If you had PCB at 12 level...and is under 25 years...than you can apply for MBBS various entrance exams. Or you can go for MBA healthcare, MSW etc courses. All the best

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A very good option.Healthcare industry is on th BOOm and hence for a safer and better future it is worthwhile to look into management courses...You can write your CAT and GMat exams and wait accordingly...Or contact us for direct admissions at ICRI,CREMA etc at discounted FEES

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Established in 2004, the Institute of Clinical Research (ICRI) is one of the best institutes in India for Clinical Research and healthcare. Based in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, the institute was the first one to introduce India' first Ph.D. Clinical Research program in the country. ICRI offers a unique curriculum which combines academic and pragmatic learning to the students. Among accolades or accomplishments, ICRI to conduct first international and national conference in clinical research. But before we dig deep about the institute, let’s understand the meaning and importance of

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Health Care management category

Hello Garima,  Pretty vague question. Health care can be through various means and hence there are different courses for the same. Some options includes:  Science (PCB): Here you have options like medical, nursing, physiotherapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, MLT, pharmacy. ARTS: You can opt for psychology, whereby you focus on mental health issues. Sociology, whereby you focus on societial issues and development. Science: You opt for food science and nutrition and practice as a dietitian. Or opt for rural health care. Any stream 12th, you could opt for BPT. Bachelors in Phys

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Are you a science student? Have you been thinking about pursuing a career that not only helps you become more skilled in your stream but also allows you to do a job that makes your life more meaningful with utmost job satisfaction? You have come to the right place, today we are going to reveal 5 most growing career path in the health sector.   #Veterinary technician Have you always been compassionate towards animals? Being a veterinary technician will help you follow the path in which you will get to look after animals every day in your life. It is among one the most growing career option

1 answer Sweety Choudhary in Health Care management category

Hello Twinkle,  I just wish to add that one negative thought will not allow you to put in the right efforts sincerely as the thought of not clearing will not let you concentrate at all. So leave all negative thoughts and just focus on your studies. Take all the help required. One more option you could think of apart from paramedical includes Food science and nutrition, Home Science and other options as mentioned by the above counselor. At the moment though we have listed out options dont even think of them. Think as if you have no other option than medical. Wish you all the very best...

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Established in 2004, the Institute of Clinical Research (ICRI) is one of the best institutes in India for Clinical Research and healthcare. Based in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore, the institute was the first one to introduce India' first Ph.D. Clinical Research program in the country. ICRI offers a unique curriculum which combines academic and pragmatic learning to the students. Among accolades or accomplishments, ICRI to conduct first international and national conference in clinical research. But before we dig deep about the institute, let’s understand the meaning and importance of

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Health Care management category

Dear Aspirant, Have you completed your commerce graduation or about to complete? Anyways, you are not eligible for food and nutrition courses on the basis of commerce studies. They are purely science / biology subject domains. How did you know that your interests are in health and wellness field? IF you have decided that you wish to be in the well ness industry, then instead of nutrition and food, you can think of Aerobics, Yoga, Gym, hospital management, freelance nutrition consulting like Herbalife, etc. BA Yoga is not a long term career if are looking for a job etc.  I feel, you are to

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