Pritam_jil

Iam a lot confused and struggling for my aim... I finished my 10th in the year 2010 and got into polytechnic but could not finish regularly due to attendance shortage due to some heath problems... and so on I lost my three years

Which field should I look for to gain success in my career? there are lots and lots of confusions. and am losing my hope in studying as I already lost my 3 years...iam left behind.

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RE: Iam a lot confused and struggling for my aim... I finished my 10th in the year 2010 and got into polytechnic but could not finish regularly due to attendance shortage due to some heath problems... and so on I lost my three years

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Hello There! Looking at your question prima facie I personally do not feel there is a need to get very much worried. I am glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance to your career confusion and I am sure that the experts here will be able to guide you through your career problem.


I am an Educationist and have been into career counselling for many students for more than seven years now and I have also been involved into teaching and writing on career management for many reputed newspapers, magazines, online portals all over India for many years now.

From your query I understand that you lost three years of diploma due to your health problem and you feel left behind. Firstly I would like to tell you that do not get worried, tensed and depressed by this. Take this as a learning lesson and proceed further in your career. Losing three years is not at all a big loss and you can make it up by doing some very good educational course.

Since you are interested in engineering, I think you should again approach the college for admission into diploma course. Tell them the reason for the gap in education and also keep ready a doctor's certificate which tells that you have had health problems. Also I hope that those health problems are solved now and will not re appear in future. It is also very important to take good care of your health. Health is wealth is the famous saying which is very true and real.

If you get admission to diploma, please complete the diploma with positive attitude, determination, and good study. Do not keep remembering your past. It is very important for every body of us to forget bad things that happened in our past and grow in life with positiveness. After diploma, you should definitely go for a degree in the specific engineering field you have chosen. Completing graduation is very important for a stable and growing career in the future.

Again I would say, there is nothing to lose hope in your self. If you determine and decide you can do any thing successfully. Its just a matter of time and you will be able to regain the lost years and confidence.

Best Luck.

RE: Iam a lot confused and struggling for my aim... I finished my 10th in the year 2010 and got into polytechnic but could not finish regularly due to attendance shortage due to some heath problems... and so on I lost my three years

Sonia Agrawal
Sonia Agrawal

Hello dear student....




Better late than never!


Above mentioned is a phrase which is the answer in itself for your query. First of all you are smart enough to decide your future as than only you will come to experts for help in your career selection, asking your doubt to us which so many students fails to approach so thank you for that.


Next first get your self confidence back, keep the negative energy away and be positive.




Do positive


see positive


Be positive


.




Now coming to your queryyou told was health issues which lead you loosing attendence in classes, no issues not at all a big deal.



Start from the grass root level , or see if any lateral entry is there for you than apply for that lateral entry and this time give your best shot and come out with flying colors. It will never be a wrong decision for you you will surely succeed




Be confident, and start first step is always the hardest one later you will be comfortable just step ahead success will follow you, hard work, passion, focus, commitment, perseverance are always the attitude towards success.



The key is in your hand you need to find you own lock to success in life



Hope you are enough motivated now and will start your half done task again and will complete it success is always a by product, secondary thing.Polytechnic is good choice no fault and failure is there in it just you need to give your best and secure the top positions in your batch which is not a big task if you are focused and hard working.




All the best for your bright future and successful career


Thank you

RE: Iam a lot confused and struggling for my aim... I finished my 10th in the year 2010 and got into polytechnic but could not finish regularly due to attendance shortage due to some heath problems... and so on I lost my three years

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