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Interesting question asked. Please note these are all mind games. The more you are able to control it, the more you are relaxed.
It sounds easier said than done. Please note a little anxiety is needed for you to score well. Other than this, stop continuous discussions of exams, syllabus and how much you have prepared. Find time to divert into relaxing activities like taking a walk, cycling, reading a book etc. Try avoiding your school friends and even if you meet them no discussion on syllabus and exams.
Keep fixed time for revisions. Do not try to learn the portion you have
How come being unsatisfied you worked for 5 to 6 years? Anyways it was your decision.
After so many years of experience and new field you move into you would be considered a fresher and would have to begin right at the base. So before shifting your job profile think twice.
Here I would suggest 2 things. One, apply to another firm, in the marketing position. In this way, a shift from the present company can lead to a shift in the environment and can help you too. Secondly, this being a digital world. Why dont you try your hands at Digital Marketing, that is marketing your product on
Please note, after BBA, the only option one has in terms of further studies includes pursuing an MBA program.
Pursuing an MBA, would help you in selecting a specialization and thereby joining the industry as a trainee in your area of specialization.
Wish you good luck.....
Good that you wish to do an MBA, but my question to you is why?
Think about your reason, before you opt for the course. Or else it would mean running behind the rat-race only.
Anyways, your question is not clear, do you wish to know the procedure to pursue an MBA or why you should do an MBA?
Please note any Graduate, any stream, with a minimum 50% is eligible to pursue an MBA program. But the student needs to first clear an entrance exam, either All India Level (CAT) or State level (CET) or private Institutes own exams like XAT for Xaviers Institute, NMAT for NMIMS or SAT
Healthcare Management is the upcoming rising sector, having importance nationwide and globally too. There will be huge opportunities and bright career scope in this field, unlike any other IT or business companies. It is seen that there is constant growth in the healthcare industry. Students and professionals are getting aware of this field and they find new job opportunities in the field such as hospitals, insurance companies and accounts in various private and government sectors. The only requirement is to develop skills related to healthcare management by pursuing an undergraduate or a grad
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If you are getting a good salary & Learning new things daily, then don't leave the current job. But if you are not satisfied with your present job & don't see your future safe then you should leave it.
The decision is yours.
Looks like you are interested in pursuing a career in civil services. But which one amongst IAS, IFS, IPS etc.
Anyways please note if you are a Graduate any stream with 50% minimum, then you are eligible for the Civil service exam conducted by UPSC.
Check the website www.upsc.com
For preparations you can join coaching classes too.
Wish you good luck....
Good question asked.
Please note that all competitive exams tests just your basic concepts or ability. Thus in terms of Math if you understand the basic concepts then CAT would not be an issue for you.
Best would be to go to any coaching centre and take a mock test. You will understand for yourself the level at which the questions are asked and what is expected from you.
Please note you may know a concept and can find a solution by following step by step method. But competitive exams are objective based and time based test. So knowing concepts and knowing shortcuts is essent
Thank you for sharing your concern. I would like to ask you and mention you what exactly are you not liking in your job, is it the people or is it the work or is it the task or is it the environment that you are operating in.
If you seek change for a change in monetary or looking for a better opportunity then we have a different situation altogether. On the other hand, if you are changing because you don't like your work or like doing what you do ten that is a different situation altogether.
You need to first identify your interest and your career goals and then you need
Interesting to see that you do not wish to be a homemaker. And if circumstances are in your favour of doing a job, go ahead.
You can continue your job as a Business Analyst, after doing an MBA in Finance.
Or being a woman, you could opt for HR roles, like recruitment executive, admin manager etc.
In-case you are just interested in engaging yourself with work and not looking for corporates alone, then you could opt for a B.ED and work as a School teacher. At the sametime, you can work as a tuition teacher from the vicinity of your home.
You can do ECCED, and work as a preschool
Scenarios must not guide ones career. If you are passionate and keen on a career then nothing should stop you.
You take a call and go ahead.
Probably you can apply to the USA and see what happens. If no answer then you can opt for an MBA here itself. Burt as far as I know, getting a job is an issue there not going for studies.
Best would be to consult an education abroad consultant or rather visit the US embassy and get first hand information.
Wish you all the best.
The simple and straight answer to your query is "Percentile" you score.
Every Instoitute has some cutoff. If you fall under that category, you definitely have a chance to get a call. Whether you get admission or not, depends later on your performance in the group discussion and Personal interview.
So leave no stone unturned in your preparations.
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Every organization or company has a business to run, and make some pretty good profits. In order to do that successfully and in the best possible way, every company requires some great managers. Managers are those skilled and field professionals who supervise the whole structure of movement in their department and take care of each and everything in the best possible way in order to provide best results to the company and find the best possible solutions needed in order to solve the problem and get the job done. This makes the management sector as most desirable job opportunity in our country
The area of environmental management is of greater potential as it creates infinite opportunity to make the earth a better place to live. This sector deals and manages directly to all the factors that are decomposing our earth, as a result, making this sector an important field to study. In each and every professional discipline there is a course dedicated to environment studies but apart from that, there are some major institutes that deal with regular and full-time studies in order to create better knowledge and awareness among students and make the course as interesting as possible. A prope
From your question I understand that you wish to know the courses you can opt under the PCB stream.
Streams under PCB includes:
Medical, Paramedical, Nursing, Radiology, Medical lab technician, microbiology, botany, Physiotheraphy, Food science and nutrition,Genetics, Pharmaceutical sciences, Agricultural science, Fisheries, Biotechnology, Biomedical science, Computer science, IT, BCA.
Before you select any option. Do read as to what the course and profession is all about, the skills required, and its future prospects.
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I like your persistency. Keep it up and just have the confidence and keep practicing. Success will be yours.
But definitely wasting another year is not advisable.
I would suggest, take up a job. Atleast you would learn bits of the management concept.
Since you are attempting CAT again after failures, I would now suggest thinking about your potentials and then deciding whether you could clear CAT. May be you can try CET. Please note CET, also covers good B-Schools and comparatively a little easier too.
Another suggestion, try learning the basic concepts and
I have checked 2 institutes,
Both these Institutes do not have any M.Sc Animal Physiology course. Please be sure of the Institute and its course before you apply for a course.
As far as preparations are concerned, I would suggest, meet existing students and ask them about the books. Another way is ask your professors for the best book to help you prepare. At the sametime, there would be previous years question papers. Check with the Institute.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...