Drajarshi85

Seeking advice regarding proper jobs according to my educational and working experience

Dear Sir/Madam I am Rajarshi Dhar. I completed my B.Tech in Electrical Engg on 2009 then I Completed my MBA with Marketing(Major) and Logistics & supply chain(Minor). I have been working in a Logistics company for almost 1.6 year in operations. I want to know about the career opportunities regarding my combination of educational degrees. I want to get any high paid job which assembles my engg and management qualities both. which sectors can suit me better in terms of better career prospective ??

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RE: Seeking advice regarding proper jobs according to my educational and working experience

Rahul Shinde
Rahul Shinde
Verified Career Expert
Career Consultant at Pinnacle School of Business Management
  • Thane

Dear Ms. Rajashri,


Greeting's for the day!!!

As you do have 1.6 Years of Working Experience in Logistics Company into a Operations. It is advisable to continue with same field, so that your Working Experience will be taken into consideration in order to get high paying jobs.

Career in Logistics/ Supply Chain/ Ware housing / Transportation:
Logistics is a process of managing goods, information and other resources from their origin to supply, in order to fulfill the requirements of the customer. In other words, logistics can be defined as careful management of procurement, transportation, storage and distribution of good and materials. It is a part of Supply Chain, which involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling and packaging. There are different types of logistics such as third party logistics, business logistics, production logistics and professional logistics.

A Logistics manager is bestowed with the responsibility of interacting with other personnel of the company as well as monitoring the production and supply of the products. Nowadays, logistics forms an important part in supply chain management of a business organization. Therefore, a number of job opportunities are available in this field. Logistics, as a career option, bring with challenges, responsibilities, travel opportunities and a satisfactory remuneration too.

Course Details:
Several Education Institutes in India are imparting courses in logistics. These courses are offered at generally available in part-time mode. At the diploma, certificate and postgraduate degree and post graduate diploma levels. while pursuing the course, the students are given training in the field of supply chain management, transport management, analysis data and other business related issues. Talking about eligibility, the candidates must have passed in 10+2 level examination and graduation, from any recognized university. The Dual Specialization MBA Degree of yours will be added advantage for you in this field.

Career Prospects:
Many business organizations and companies, whether big or small, are looking for talented logistics managers. Students who have the ability of managing, coordinating in supply chain management, have the knowledge of analytical, numerical and geographical location and have the knowledge of electronic communication devices can excel in this field.

Remuneration:
As with your Dual MBA Degree and Work Experience of more than 1.6 Years, you can get the Salary around 20K- 25K. If you can apply for MNC's in Supply Chain you can easily able to get around 35K per month.

Further doubts or queries feel free to contact.

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Regards,
Rahul.

RE: Seeking advice regarding proper jobs according to my educational and working experience

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Hello Dear Rajarshi Dhar,


At first, I would like to thank you for writing a detailed and very clear query here on CareerGuide.com. Clear and complete queries are very much required to advice appropriately and I appreciate your query on this parameter. I am glad that you approached CareerGuide.com with this wonderful query.

I have been an educationist for more than seven years now and have been counselling many students from diverse fields like engineering / finance / law / management, etc. Reading your query, made me very enthusiastic to answer it and put befor eyou my view point. My colleague here Mr. Rahul Shinde has excellently adviced you, however I would like to bring you another view.

Firstly, it is commendable that you seem to have well planned your career and accordingly taken up education qualifications. BE Electrical and MBA are good combinations and it is very very excellent that inspite of doing MBA you did not shift your careers to other unrelated sectors like banking, finance, marketing, etc. but you kept your self very near to your core area of engineering coupling it with Logistics work experience.

In order to gain high paid jobs which combines engineering plus management qualities, work experience has to be the most important thing now for you. 1.6 years of experience should be continued in the same field for atleast 5 years to gain the much needed salary hike or better job opportunities else where.

Considering your Electrical Engineering background and your Logistics MBA, you are already into a good sector and this sector has tremendous scope for growth.

Dear Rajarshi, I would like to tell you a fantastic value addition in order to make a great career progres along with remuneration hike.

The value addition is called "Project Management".

Project Management is the key area for any sector and especially Engineers in the field like you are in, this learning is vital for you. You may be able to see Project Managers in your organisation too. Logistics is a part of the Infrastructure industry and to tell you the status today, 10 lakh project management professionals are required in the infrastructure and construction industry.

You are a proud part of Infrastructure industry and there fore Project Management is a vital part you should learn.

There are very short terms courses in Project Management (3 months or so) available which can be done while doing a job.

I would suggest you to consider this aspect.

All the Best!

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