Dear Riya, Thanks for getting in touch with me on your inquiry. May I know in which subject you wanted to do your PhD? You have only mentioned on doing a PhD in Delhi and if you could offer more details on this, I could help better. However as a ground-breaking rule, I shall offer some basic insights into applying for a PhD. To be able to apply for a PhD, 1. You should have had a basic graduate degree (Bachelors degree) in a relevant subject and have obtained a minimum of 60%. If you belong to SC/ST you can be expected to have 55% and above. 2. A two year Masters degree is mostly essenti

2 answers Aparna M Venkatesan in Medicine Expert category

Hello Dear Sports man, Wish you are doing great!    I know that it is difficult to move with a sports career as this is a booming stream. But here the major option that you get to work in this stream is that this stream is still not explored as the cricket career is. As you have achieved great heights I would like to guide you more which will surely help you to grow upwards.   Initially start applying to all the leading institutions and also to the HOCKEY INDIA club of India www.hockeyindia.org/contact-us/. ( Click on the link and you will get to the page you

2 answers Rohit Gala in Medicine Expert category

Hello Sports person, Let me start with few words said by Muhammad Ali, " Champions are not made in gyms,, Champions are made from something they have deep inside them -- A desire, A dream , A vision,," It seems that you are quite energetic, enthusiastic and physically fit from your interests in sports .Is it your inborn passion or is it just a favourite pastime and relaxation from stress of studies? If its your real passion then it can be a quite rewarding and satisfying career. To some people sports come naturally, where as for some others, it is just moderate but can be d

1 answer Halima Sadiya in Medicine Expert category

    Hello Aspirant ,        Welcome to careerguide.com . There are many sports colleges and academy in India that offer various courses at different levels. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) is the best and top one in the list when it comes to grooming and nurturing young talent.It 's a multi disciplined body where almost all sports and games are sponsored like athletics, football, hockey, cricket, table tennis, lawn tennis, etc. It also runs academic programs through two of its wingsi) Netaji Subash National Institute of Sports  , Patialaii) Lakshmi B

1 answer Halima Sadiya in Medicine Expert category

Hello Dear Parikshit,   It appears you are obsessed and passionaltely in love with game and in particular cricket with a legendary like Bharat Ratna Sir Sachin Tendulkar in front of you as a role model. Anyways, it s very important and good to have a role model.   You say that you wish to do 'MBA' and also say that correspondence diploma. My Dear, please understand that MBA is a masters degree and not a diploma.   I liked your passion towards Sports. In India Sports Management is one of the growing and upcoming areas for study and career. In your

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Medicine Expert category

Hi The job of a sports administrator/manager involves planning and management of sports activities and events from time to time. The course on sports management in India stresses upon the following principles:Social and ethical relevance of sports management Sponsorship, marketing and merchandise of sports Interrelationship between finance and sports [Scope in india][1]:One can join as a sports manager, One can also be the personal manager or agents of renowned players who do PR work, career enrichment and get the brand endorsement assignments. Many private and government institutes req

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Medicine Expert category
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Hello Shubham,  Good question. Please note, just having confidence will not take you at a higher position. One needs the necessary skills and most importantly the right beginning at a very early age.  I would strictly suggest, continue with your studies. Pursue higher studies like a masters degree inyour chosen field or management studies. At the sametime, you could join a sports club and continue boxing learning and playing. It would act as a great stress buster post studies and job. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck....

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Medicine Expert category

Dear Aspirant, Actual Sports career and Doctor cannot be merged. If you wish to become a Sportsperson, your medicine knowledge is of no use. These two are different. How can you compare these two and ask this question to yourself? Its like asking whether Orange is better or Apple? Both are good and are distinct and important. I would suggest you to first decide which is your most liking area for career and then take necessary steps. If you have the aptitude to become a Doctor, you can go for Medicine or may be Physiotherapy where you can be a Physiotherapist for Sportsman also. However learnin

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Medicine Expert category

Dear Pooja,While the annual demand for physical education teachers is 97,694 (total cumulative demand of 976,938 spread over 2013-22), the approved intake is only 41,055 per annum. Similarly, while the annual demand for elite and non-elite sports coaches is 39, 697, it is estimated that the supply through accredited institutions would not exceed 5,000.Please have a look at some popular career option under Sports industry :SportspersonCoachSports PhysiotherapistSports PsychologistMedicine ExpertSports ManagerSports OfficialsSports Lawyer

1 answer Bineeta Malhotra in Medicine Expert category

Dear Student, correspondence courses are generally meant for those who are either physically disabled and so, are unable to attend regular classes. They may take admission and attend online classes at their homes only or attend PCP's of seven to ten days once in a semester or these courses are beneficial for those who are in job and can't go for a regular study programs. These courses do have a worth and validity, but this thing is also there that at the time of recruitment, the candidates with regular studies are given the priority over those who did degrees under correspondence or distance l

5 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Medicine Expert category

Dear Aspirant, Even if you do not like studying, getting a basic good graduation degree is highly recommended. Having that as a back up, you can definitely choose Sports as your career option and proceed ahead with good coaching and the right contacts. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Medicine Expert category

Dear Saksham,   Profession in the games business aren't constrained to those with athletic ability; there is an extensive variety of positions in the field for non-competitors as well. These employments bolster the games business by giving mental and physical wellbeing administrations, deals and showcasing income, and games media content. The job profiles include Athletic coach sports coach caddie lifeguard fitness trainer marker/groundsmen manager health centers PT instructor Professional sportsmen Riding instructor. u umpire masseur Academically it can take the streams of  sports m

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Medicine Expert category

Dear Azeem,   India has good sports academies in different fields. The main being Bhiwani boxing club Netaji subhash national institute of sports-patiala Bhaichung Bhutia football schools Sports authority of india MRF pace foundation-Chennai Prakash padukone badminton academy-Bangalore Mahesh bhupati tennis academy mary kom boxing academy-imphal Gun for glory-Pune Gopichand badminton academy-hyderabad Tata Football academy-Jharkhand Cricket india academy-mumbai Army sports institute-pune Lakshmibai national institute of physical education-gwalior national institute of water sports-goa ind

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Medicine Expert category

Dear Aspirant, Every sports game is challenging, hard to practice. Don't consider which sports is good choose in India, think for global. Can you tell me what age you are and what education you are taking currently. Though you may choose any sports, I would recommend that you take up basic education qualification, since sports is not an assured career for everybody. To be on the safer side, I would strongly suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric test is not just an aptitude test, but also checks your emotional quotient, interests, passion, a

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