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It takes time when you are having a very specific career choice. If he wants to change immediately, my suggestion would be to first join at a similar profile while keeping better CTC raise in mind.
My friend started with academics but was much interested in Sales profile. Now when you are changing your domain Or functional profile, it would take time. So from Academics, he came to placement profile which is similar to sales. From here he jumped into ICICI Securities in their sales department. It could have been very difficult to join straightaway other wise.
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From job point of view, there is no difference. Choose whichever is available at a good institution.
After B.Sc you can purse master with the same subject. You can pursue your masters degree from any UGC approved university.
There are various masters degree options available for the aspirants after pursuing B.Sc. in fashion designing.
In India, you can apply for M.A., M.Sc, MBA in fashion designing and technology. These all are the related course from each other.
But what next after postgraduation?
Whether you will go for any private job or will look for any other professional course right?
If I say that you can become a lecturer or research in fashion designing after postgraduation. Isn't it
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?
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.
Eligibility criteria in most of the top universities is Pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with Physics, Mathematics and English) and you might have to clear some entrance test. (it may vary with the university you choose)
There are lots of options available for you which you can choose for your further career like you can go for engineering in different streams like B.Tech in CSE(Computer science engineering), Information technology(IT), Mechanical engineering(ME), Civil engineering, Chemical engineering, Biomedical engineering, Biotechnology, Food technology, Elect
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You can make career in the lectureship through CSIR NET Exam in Physical Science.The exam is a very good mode for candidates aspiring wonderful career in the Research too
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You may go for MBA in Infrastructure Management from Adani Institute of Infrastructure Management Or go for general MBA in Marketing and Finance and can continue with International property consultants like CBRE, Colliers, JLL etc. as their valuation manager. They pay exceptionally good.
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1. COURSES AFTER 12TH ARTS:
BACHELOR COURSES AFTER 12TH ARTS:
Bachelor of Social Works (BSW):
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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.