The National Institute of Technology (NIT) and National Institute of Technology (IIT) are the greatest Engineering Institutes in India which are like a dream of every student who want to make his/her career in engineering field. NIT is ranked among the top 10 engineering institutes of the country and is also recognised by throughout the world. There are many colleges under NIT which provide MCA courses in order to search the best colleges under NIT, visit the link provided, link:- / NIT offers Engineering Courses and a candidate may get the admission after qualifying the AIEEE Examination

3 answers Nidhi Arora in Rural Management category

Hai Meet.. After BSc Chemistry, you can search for job chemical industry, pharmaceutical sector etc. However, If you are having a post graduate degree in  your hand, that will help you to find better job environment and job opportunities. Thus, you can think about joining for MSc Chemistry, MSc Biochemistry etc. There are a number of institutes offering these courses including NITs, Sharda university, Lovely Professional University etc. You can search for the course curriculum and the fee structure in these institutes. Some of the universities are having good placement records in pharmace

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Dear Mitali, thanks for writing to! Congratulations for your achievement! Shortlisting in top institutions is indeed big achievement. Considering the ranking and nature of the course (BBA+MBA), I would recommend you to take up course from IIM-Indore. In today's market, masters education is essential. IIM Indore will also fetch you good placement opportunities. I agree with Vaibhav and Dr. Anand's suggestion. Without any delay, take informed decision and secure admission in the most appropriate institution based on recommendations from different career experts. Hope this is

3 answers Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD in Rural Management category

Dear friend, many thank fro your question, here you have not mentioned that what is your academic qualifications and what you are doing at present. In way the will definitely help you solve your query. As you have mentioned that you wish to become manger in your career and you want to be a boss in the office. I really appreciate your career pathway which you want to achieve. The manager in any company is a responsible person, who has academic background of management. If you are in school, then you should opt BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) and then MBA, you may d

5 answers Renu in Rural Management category

Hello Thank you for choosing [!!!][1] [An MBA degree from a premier institute in India is highly advantageous][2] 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 friend, The B.Com and BBA has its own merits. Let me tell you about BBA and b.Com, then you will have an idea, which field to pursue. Most of the [students get into commerce stream][1] with no understanding of what it involves. However, if management is ultimate goal, though both BBA and B.Com will lead to MBA, but one needs to give it a serious thought as to what subjects to graduate in even if the ultimate goal is MBA. It is true that both BBA and B.Com lead to MBA, however, while the B.Com can lead to a wide array of post graduate specializations, a BBA degree on the other hand, can

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Hello Amit It is common globally that professionals with 3 -7 years of work experience often choose regular MBAs, in fact most of the decent regular MBA programs are designed for people with some level of work experience, while Executive MBAs are often designed to suit mid to senior management executives. You must also need to know the purpose why you are planning to do an MBA, what are your motivations and your choice completely depend on that whether you wish to change your industry/sector, add a leadership edge to your qualification, willing to learn management concept to deploy it for an e

1 answer Heer Shah in Rural Management category

Hi It is very good to pursue mba. You can pursue your MBA in different streams like finance, HR, IT, hospital and healthcare management, international business etc. So you can choose any of the above mentioned streams as per your interest. After MBA you can have other few benefits such as: You can have higher job positions, follow new career paths, you can have higher packages, you will have greater job security. The most important thing is that from where you pursue your MBA. You must go for the top universities such as Lovely professional university etc. I hope it helps.

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Hello, You can do masters in commerce and make career in the lectureship.UGC NET Exam is conducted every year for the students in commerce, arts and humanities field you can check out the information on UGC NET Paper 1 and then go further . Its very easy to crack the exam in NET.You will also get scholarships worth INR 25000 so that you can do research in the commerce field  

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doing bachelor's as compared to doing masters abroad is always advisable. As a UG and PG from aboard from the same country will give you better prospects of job and settlement.

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1 answer Himanshu in Rural Management category

Congratulation to her for completing the MCom. If she is interested in teaching and wants to make a career as an assistant professor then can appear for UGC NET Exam.  The UGC NET Exam is conducted by CBSE for the determination of the eligibility for a lecturer in national universities and institutes and for junior research fellowship award.  The Eligibility for the UGC NET is post graduation degree with 55% marks.  Check out the complete details from the official website and apply for the exam if you are eligible.

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Rural Management category

Hi Tushar, For BBM, all you need in 10+2 score. For MBA, you should appear for CAT examination for a better college. Best wishes, Himanshu

1 answer Himanshu in Rural Management category

hii, I have done post graduation into Human Resource Management and possess experience of two years into HR field. Now,i am planning to pursue  Post graduate diploma in counseling and after that work as a private psychologist by setting up a centre as i am more inclined towards it.Also as a social cause i am helping people by counseling them. Is it correct for me as a career choice? plz help.

Hi Madhuri, If you enjoy this stream, then you may continue with PG in Clinical Research and all, keeping in mind that they are not financially lucrative as compared to MHA Or MBA. Between MHA and MBA, I would recommend you to go for MBA as it would enable you to have multiple career options. MHA would limit you to the hospitals only. Also MBA salaries are better as compared to MHA. Hope it helps. Best wishes, Himanshu

To appear in the JEE Exam you must score atleast 75% marks that would be considered for JEE Advanced Exam To take admission in IITs its essential to gain good percentage in 12th Board Exams too. You can check out the JEE Eligibility whereas for more information check out JEE Advance Form

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Complete relevant short term certificates (Online/Offline) with the current profile. Let your resume have minimum 2 - 3 free online certificate of relevant skills for around 2 years. You would see a good jump in profile and CTC. Best wishes, Himanshu

1 answer Himanshu in Rural Management category

BBA is almost similar to B.Com. but with less Mathematics components. You can do your MBA after it. Interestingly you will read the same books in your MBA which they will refer you in your BBA.  So if you want to do MBA in future and do not like Mathematics of Accounting and Finance (Much in B.Com.), you can go for BBA. Best wishes, Himanshu

1 answer Himanshu in Rural Management category

Pursuing an MBA using the distance learning mode is advisable. Kindly refer to ICFAI and Sikkim Manipal University for such prospects.

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1 answer Sumit Basu in Rural Management category

Hello Sapna..!! Hope you are doing great..!!Congrats on your successful completion of your Graduation. Now you must be curious about all the courses you can go for after completion of your graduation. Whether to go for MBA or MSC or whatever it is. There will be tons of options for you. And I will not be able to guide you for each and every course because you see, I am not a Genius!! :D All right..!! What I can tell about is the best course that I think will be really helpful in getting a job with high salary and studying facilities of an elite educational institute. If you can't guess what I

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