Hello Ashwin, Nowadays in this competitive world creativity is very important for everyone and in every profession. By being creative you can make a boring and regular dish very interesting,attractive,delicious and nutritious by the skills,equipment and knowledge you possess. Creativity is a must have in the profession of chef as the responsibility lies on his/her shoulders in making every usual dish look different ,tasty , type of different accompaniment/s served .The point is that by his/her creativity he/she has to win the hearts of the customers and to maintain the reputation of the r

Tour guides work in the travel industry, giving guided tours to groups of visitors. They are experts on the history of the location and offer their tour groups interesting or enlightening information about points of interest at nature attractions, historic sites, museums, scenic locations, and other travel destinations. Guides may give walking tours, bus tours, or even lead river tours on a boat. Often hired by visitors' bureaus or travel companies, tour guides are typically residents of the region in which they give tours. In starting it seems difficult but in actual its really interesting.

Hello,   Thank you for reaching CareerGuide.com.com Aspirants who are really interested in the marine field can join marine Engineering courses so that they can secure a job and enjoy the reputed position in the society. Many after 12th class continue to pursue studies in marine engineering due to job opportunities and for the pay. You can opt for Btech in Marine engineering and few are my sugestions for you. Candidates should opt for B.Tech in Marine engineering if you are really passionate in the marine field. Many universities and institutes offer marine enginee

Hello My Dear...                           I am very happy that you have decided seriously your career path and rightly approached CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance from the experts here. I am glad that you have started preparing for future at the right time.     Hotel Management is a fantastic and exciting and growing career option.   But My Dear, why are you searching for a crash course suddenly just when you are still to pass HSC? This is not good as per industry requirement.

There are many myths about the Chefs and the kind of work they do. I am listing down some common myths: 1. Being a Chef is like Domestic labor: Gone are the days when Chefs were treated like domestic labor. The world has changed. It's not the same today. It is one of the respected professions today.  Not just in terms of money but also name and fame, Chefs are doing great job. Sanjeev Kapoor is a wonderful example. 2. Chefs only cook: This is another common misconception. Chefs role has changed over the years and today they perform various roles from directing culinary t

Hello My Dear...   Glad to know your interest in Hotel Management and also for your decision to approach CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and clarification and information about your future career option of Hotel Management. I would like to compliment you since you have already decided your future career option which is very rare considering that you are in first year of your graduation. I appreciate this! Keep it up!                     You can definitely opt for Hotel Management course. There are under g

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Hello There, As per me, you should go in for a higher studies as per your subject specialisation at the Graduate level. Did you specialise in economics? If yes, then according to me, you should opt for an MBA in Finance, as economics deals with statistics and has a direct link to finances, so for you the concept as well as you would be in the same field. But it is your choice.   You can opt for Hotel management after graduation too. Instead I would suggest, MBA in Hospitality Management, which encompasses the entire Hospitality industry right from Hotels to Airlines to Hospitals. You woul

Hello Aslam, Archaeology is a complete research oriented field, whereby one visits the excavation sites and studies ancient buildings, museums, temples, fossils etc to get more information about the culture at that time. Please note it is a complete research oriented field, whereby one would have to spend days at a particular site, excavating and digging the place for information ofcourse with a team. But you may have to live in any condition  In order to be an Archaeologist, one needs to pursue a Bachelors degree in History, followed by a masters degree in Archaeology. The famous institu

Hello Sudarshana, I suppose you wish to know which stream you should opt for in 11th and 12th if you are to pursue Hotel Management in the future.   Please note, as such no subjects in the junior college correlate to Hotel management and hence the course is open to any 12th pass student. So the answer is simple, choose a stream in which you are interested and you can score as per your potentials.   Wish you good luck...

Environment Management is the comprehensive and elaborated study of all the management in environment’s organization in order to process and create better and progressive system to manage the system. Environment Management system can be considered as an attempt to improve the existing environment by controlling and keeping an eye on all the biological activity in the environment. This study involves maintaining the limit of human action on the environment and studies the effect of every action and its limits that change the environment. This all is done with the maximum course of limitin

Hello Disha,  Interesting question. But why did you choose German language as your majors for Graduation. Anyways its your personal choice. Coming to your question. If you looking for  a job based on your graduation, then you could join a tourism department as a tourist guide and work as a translator for German tourist. Or else you could pursue an MBA in hospitality management and join hotels or tourism industryy. You could also opt for a general MBA ie. Specialise in either HR, Finance or Marketing because the hospitality industry also consists and needs assistance of the above depa

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Hello Shubham,  In general it is said that one should choose a specialization for higher studies based on their degree. It adds value to the basic qualification. But please note there is no hard and fast rule. As such I would suggest based on your degree, opt for a course in cooking and become a chef or opt for a personality development course and become a trainer or opt for a course in drinks and beverages and opt for a bar manager position. Please note with a degree in hotel management, you could opt for the travel and tourism industry and cruises or the ship industry. As such a hotel

Hi, We are required to have a global leadership to shoulder the new challenges unfurled by the free market and international trade. The changing and highly competitive nature of the today’s market obliges organizations to employ best minds to run the gigantic operations with an added advantage. The top-notch decision-making and managerial flank of any organizations need to be aware of the challenges and opportunities so as to reap the every possible advantage from this. The leader should know the various trends in markets, loopholes in management and the tactics to repair it, the leader

Well, Everyone in profession needs to hone their knowledge on the whetstone of needs of an hour and when it comes to the management profession in the business world it becomes a mandate to update you in line with trends and enlarged scope of opportunities. The knowledge gap widens as time goes on since you last time took your degree. You get experience but your knowledge base remains the same. The world changes in many ways incessantly as does the business field. Have you been not updating yourself you would get thrown off the race then. The organizations are very keen in this matter and they

Hello Aditya,  I dont think the route towards an engineering degree wont be easy for you and it does not make sense pursuing graduation in a field in which you would not be interested in making a future in. I feel even if you put in extra years in studying hotel management,  it would be good because firstly it is something you are interested in and secondly your base or foundation will be strong. Pursuing an MBA then would give you the proper beginning. Rest is your choice. Wish you good luck...

Dear Aspirant, If you have finally decided and firm on your decision to go for hotel management by leaving the mechanical engineering sector, then you can shift to Hotel Management course based on the Diploma Engineering. You can opt for Bachelors course in Hotel & Catering Technology or Hotel Management. You need not complete graduation in mechanical engineering, however I really feel that mechanical engineering field has great scope and many job opportunities in India, which you will lose if you leave this field. Yes, hotel management is also a good career only if you are suitable to it.

Hello Dheer,  A marine engineer is a technical person who looks into the engine detailings of the ship. He is responsible for the smooth functioning of the systems and its wear and tear. A student to pursue marine engineering, must have cleared 12th in the PCM stream. After 12th,  would have to clear an entrance exam for engineering like IIT-JEE, AMIE, CET etc. The student  an specialise in marine engineering in the final year or can opt for mechanical engineering and then pursue marine engineering at the M.Tech level. A student can also pursue a diploma in marine engineering af

Ma'am I chose these institutes because I want to pursue my masters on the lines of luxury and brand management. Since, this is a very specialised field that I have chosen, I do not have very good choices in India at this time. I will definitely look into the aspects that you have suggested. Also, if you are aware of any other instututes for the same, please do mention. Thanks a ton for the help!  

Dear Piyush,   A career in tourism provides a lot of exposure and earning opportunities, and promises growth avenues for the worthy. There are umpteen medium and small size tourism companies doing good business in Indian market. At undergraduate level, the eligibility criterion to pursue travel and tourism courses is 10+2. Many renowned institutes conduct their own entrance exams followed by a Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Apart from regular course, various diplomas and certification courses are also available to get the entry in this vibrant industry. Eligibility for certifica

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Dear Aspirant, It would be better to be an Engineer with specialisation in IT, where you are taught programming, coding, etc. BE / BTech in Information Technology or BE / BTech in Computer Science Engineering is suggested. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, I would like to know your basic graduation you have done? Is it from Commerce or Science or Arts? If you are an Engineer, Sustainable Enterprise Management post graduation is fine, however I would not recommend this if you are a fresher engineer candidate. I would suggest you to look out for a job and even if you are employed, I would not recommend leaving your job and going to Poland and doing that Masters. It is ideal for a person having at least five years of experience in the relevant field to take up add on and value add education to grow. Best wishes

Hello There, If one thinks the only work of a chef is too cook dishes and be innovative think again. A chef is engaged with tasks of not just cooking and experimenting with food, but right from deciding the menu to serving to administrative work etc. A chef whether he works in a hotel or is an owner is not the question. Even if he does not own the hotel, he is assigned the job of actually owning the hotel. Since he is responsible for the smooth functioning of it.  Looking at a Life of a chef in details: He arrives before any other staff and makes sure he sets the menu for the day. He als