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Hello, You have various career options to prepare for some of the exams you can go for are as follows UPSC Exams State PSC Exams SSC CGL & SSC CHSL Exams RRB Railways Exams. Check out the RRB ALP Syllabus from here  IBPS and SBI Exams GATE Exams CAT Exams  

Hey Rupal, Thanks for asking the question. In India, there is a wide range of opportunities for Bachelors in Pharmacy. I will divide the answer into two parts: Job profiles and Salary structures After completing the bachelors in pharmacy, you can be Drug Inspectors, Analytical Chemist and you can explore the fields of Production and Pharmaceutical Marketing too. Companies recruiting for Pharmaceuticals are Cipla, GSK, Sanofi, etc. There are even more opportunities and companies in Pharmaceutical. You can read more opportunities for pharmaceutical companies here. Coming to the salary structure,

Hello Dhanshree, Do not let your dream just go in vain without trying for it. If you want to go in teaching than start to take actions for it. Find the options you can choose to fulfill your dreams. I am aware of UGC NET exam and CSIR NET Exam. These are national eligibility test which are conducted for the assistant professor in the govt as well as private institutes and the junior fellowship award for the research in your stream. Meritorious and the candidates who are really interested in the science field are awarded with various CSIR research awards and scholarship is provided for the furt

Hello, There are so many career options after 10th and the big question on students mind is that " which stream to go". A lot of options for students. complete first 12th and then move towards UPSC exams, through which you would get a secure job and better career options like IAS, IPS and good earnings too. and If you looking for better coaching classes for preparation then join UPSC Coaching Class Nagpur where you get proper guidance.

Hello Nishant, i would like to inform you. I guide you properly about SSC or CAT. First of all SSC mean Staff Selection Commision Examination. SSC conduct different type of Competitive examination like CBI, DElHI Police, Central Excise, ASSt Audit officer, Inspector of Income tax etc and CAT mean IIM CET examination. one who want to take admission, he must be go through the CAT examination. so i think you will understand both the things. thanks

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.

To make career in Engineering and do some innovative in your life you must try to take admission in IIT's and NIT's colleges  The reason is you get a good platform for your career You get all the relevant Facilities and Check out the Tips to Crack JEE Main Exam now and start your preparations

Although it is not easy to prepare for UPSC along side a job, it is certainly doable provided one is focused and determined. One can also leave the job before the exam and focus wholeheartedly on the exam as it approaches near. You need to make extra efforts for the preparation.  Check here  some preparation tips for the civil services or other government jobs here:   “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.”  

If you have completed the 10th, 12th and ITI/Apprentice/Diploma in the relevant field you can apply for the Group D exam easily as well as for RRB ALP The candidates appearing In the Group D exam has to appear in the Computer Based Test followed by the Physical Efficiency Test (PET). The Document Verification round is held for the candidates who has secured the good marks in the Both Tests.  

As you are good in studies. It's not necessary to go for science, math & arts as usual. You can opt fashion & design courses if you want. Today it's the time of creative world. Fashion, art & design is the most interesting field & have a huge scope in world. Arch College of Design & Business is the best college among them.    

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Welcome to CareerGuide.com! In order to find the career you love you need to understand your passion and true calling. In order to find your passion you need to indentify your interests and aptitude for careers , thereby leading you to the career you'll love and enjoy. To identify these two aspects, you can take the Ideal Career Test available at CareerGuide.com . Apart from identifying your interests and aptitude, it will also help you access and assess your personality and motivation to choose a particular career. The link for the same is here - . All the best!

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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.

Hello, Most Bank Jobs requires a Graduation degree to apply. So in my opinion, you cannot apply for bank jobs after the 12th. After Complete Graduation You have many options to get a banking job Like IBPS, RBI Grade B and Etc.