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Dear Kejriwal,Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com!
I am sorry to share that black magic is not a formal discipline. There is no formal education system and hence not approved and recognized as formal career discipline.
There is lot of superstitions around magic. The belief in and the practice of magic has been present since the earliest human cultures and continues to have an important spiritual, religious and medicinal role in many cultures today. But sadly, it is popularly used for illegal and immoral work. It does more harm to the society and humanity.
People mostly learn black magic from black magic practitioner informally and do private practice. There is no regulatory body (as it is not recognized as a discipline) to control malpractices. Some people learn it as a hobby but don't practice, some people use for commercial purpose and many are engaged in malpractices.
If you are interested for studying superstitious practices and want to create awareness in the society, you may study anthropology, para-psychology, social work. You may do graduation, post graduation and PhD in these disciplines, where you can study black magic particularly and engaged in creating awareness in the society to stop such practices,and save many people from becoming victim of such practices.
I have few reflective questions for you to answer:
What made you think pursue a career in black magic?What are other career options you have in mind?
I strongly recommend you to take psychometric assessment at www.careerguide.com that will help you identify suitable career based on your strengths, interests and personality traits. This will help you take informed career decision.
Hope this is helpful!
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
I am surprised by your choice of career you wish to do. Can you let us know what made you think of Black Magic as a career. Please let me tell you that there is no magic at all in the world and there is no black or white of any sort.
Black Magic etc. are banned in India and you may land up in jail permanently.
I think you need to get your thinking right in terms of your career. Please do not take such decisions.
I strongly recommend you to take psychometric tests available at Careerguide.com which will help you identify suitable career based on your strengths, interests.
As suggested by Dr. Anand, black magic and aghori practices are prohibited by Indian law. There is a need of awareness in the society and stop superstitious practices including black magic in the name of religion. Such practices are harmful.
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Best Wishes,Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
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