Dear Rakesh, thank you for posting your question on this forum. Reading on your question, I understand you have a four year experience in the BPO backend operations. You may be aware what [BPO][1] ventures or equips a person into. You would have developed strong customer service skills through your BPO exp. The other skills you may have developed are effective business communication skills, negotiating skills, effective delivery skills and customer management skills. (Please remember effective customer service and customer management are entirely different but go hand in hand) However you

Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I am sorry to hear that you got upset with one of our counsellor's comments. Please do not mistake over it. I can certainly offer you advice on your query. I can very well understand that you are an MBA aspirant and you have already well thought what you need to do at your Bachelors degree level. Nice to see that you have understood what deems to be necessary on the long run. So lets start like this. What do you want to become in life? What do you want to study in life? I think you are keen in doing an MBA by cracking

Marketing management was long ago sticked only to sale of one company's products. It was stereotyped to think as such and the same misconception continues even in the present times. But people who has had some industrial experience in marketing for over a period of years, or for someone who have had some educational experience in Marketing from top tier premium business schools, they would tell you whats all on offer with marketing management other than the typical sales job that we generally think of.Lucrative jobs for a marketing professional:1. Sales and business development:You can start w

Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. Traditionally marketing manager role was only involved in marketing their company's products across the market and recently marketing management has evolved so much with a contemporary shape. People generally assume a marketing manager will sell goods in his allocated market but it is actually not. As said as a person with marketing management degree, you can do the following interesting things. Market analyst - Market analyst studies the dynamics of a market and each segment involved in the targeted market. For e

The typical day of a Marketing Manager goes something like this:They conduct meetings with the senior management and plan the marketing strategies.Going through the emails and getting back to the people who need urgent attention.Make a note of the to-do-lists. Conduct team meetings and assign the tasks to the relevant employees.They keep track of the current marketing activities they are involved in, and analyze the facts and figures.They are supposed to handle the urgent issues and react to them immediately with proper action.They have to move a lot. Working with different peop

Hello Thank you for choosing [Meracareerguide][1] and writing to us. Traditionally [marketing manager role][2] was only involved with marketing and distribution of company's products. But [marketing management][3] career has developed a contemporary shape. Market Analyst- Market analyst studies the dynamics of a particular market sector or a particular segment. For example, if your company is selling a product say its a baby soap, as a market analyst you will analyse who are the other companies manufacturing the baby soap. As a market analyst you will further analyse what is the dema

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Dear Aspirant, Being a Relationship Manager and selling insurance and other similar products does not mean you are in banking sector.  You have not mentioned your education details like your graduation or post graduation. These details are also required to properly guide you and show you the future career path.  There are many graduates and post graduates doing sales of insurance and other banking products as Relationship Manager and yes, people who have sales and marketing as their passion can only survive and progress in this profile. It appears that you are not made up for this an

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Dear Aspirant, Now since you are an MBA, you will be offered jobs based on your MBA qualification only and not on your engineering degree. If you are working and have done MBA while working, then it would help you in the engineering field and not other wise. Best career is what you make and therefore there is no defined best career any where. If it was there, all would have been Ambanis and Tatas. Please try understanding what you are good at and what are your competencies, strengths, weaknesses, etc. Based on these factors you should decide your best career. You should be best for a career an

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Dear Aspirant, Your educational credentials are very good and your experience also is in line. Why do you wish to quit from a PSU? I would suggest that you can think for switching to another PSU. If the reason is strong enough, then only I would suggest you to move out, since once out, you will not be able to get back in. Therefore I suggest you to think one last time and the move should not be out of frustration or a bad boss. I am happy that you are keen on skill upgrade. A Diploma in SCM would be ideal and further to top it, a course in SAP SCM. This will help you to move to the privat

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