Excellently answered by Meghna.
According to me, NIFM is a good Institute, recognised and has a good track record.
PGDM from NIFM would be a good option. Do visit the Institute yourself, speak to faculties, placements department, current and past students to make an informed and strong decision.
Opting for teaching as a career is a good option only if you are passionate about teaching. You can also go for teaching after MBA and you can also appear for NET/SET exams of UGC to become a qualified Professor in senior colleges.
A masters degree is a must these days. By doing BEd you can teach from schools to junior colleges. With NET/SET qualification you will be able to teach in senior colleges and MBA colleges too. You can visit more details about the exam.
If you have confusion and not able to decide what you can do better, I would strongly suggest you to take the I
Every industry is best to work if you are best and suitable to that.
Don't ever choose career by such methods and based on these thoughts. Such methods have proven to be fatal now.
Please let me know your educational background till now and what are your aspirations.
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, attitude, etc. which are important for deciding a career. The report which is instantly generated will also suggest few ca
I agree with Meghna.According to me
According to me, that course is a good option which prepares you for a career you choose from day one.
However since the areas a diverse to specialise in Liberal Arts, I would like you to know what are your interests really. If you are not able to decide and know what is suitable to you, 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, attitude, etc. which are important for deciding a career. Th
DCCP is a Diploma in computers and Commercial practice.
Just wish to know, have you completed your Graduation. If no then before opting for a CA I would suggest you complete your Graduation even if it through correspondence.
Though one of the eligibility for CA ia 12th pass too.
Hope this helps
Wish you good luck...
Excellently advised by Meghna already.
To add... If you become CA and CS both, the job profiles you will receive will more towards CA and not CS. CS job profile will be given to you additionally. Major work for a CA and CS is always about accounting, taxation and finance.
Here you will have to decide what in both you like the most, and based on that you should add qualification suitable to it. If you are inclined more towards CA, then you may do MBA Finance or courses like IFRS, GAAP, etc. If you are inclined towards CS more, then LLB is a must.
Teaching job is the only option for you and you need to apply to government college/school vacancies.
The choice of a specialization is quite subjective.
Only thing I can suggest is that read through each specialization in details, as to what is the role involved, scope and where all can you work.
If possible meet professionals working in that industry and get to know their experience. Or else speak to your professors or seniors.
If still confused, I would suggest opt for Mechanical engineering, as it is the base for all engineering specialization there after.
Also you fit into every industry that exist.
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
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You have come to the right platform to get an answer for your query. Selecting an career option after 10th or 12th is one of the tough task. Selecting the right career option is one of the most crucial thing. In this competitive edge it has become very much necessary to be ahead in your career. With the growing world and competition many new career opportunities are available these days and they have a great demand and career scope too. This makes one to get confused which career
A CEO position is the topmost position, which involves basic knowledge about the organization, basic knowledge about the department and other departments one works at and most importantly knowledge to lead the organization and being responsible for the organization.
Please note that to be a CEO, one needs to have spent a minimum of 10 to 15 years in the organization and have built a good rapport with all the departments. Adding up to his educational qualification and experience.
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Very good question.
Below are some practices for a career growth:
1. Being aware of the business world happenings to your sector/domain compulsorily and also about the other domains as general knowledge. Since economy is what is important for every sector, business cycles and economics knowledge is important.
2. Being a good communicator. This does not mean having just excellent command over the English language. Knowing how to communicate, when and in what way to communicate, at what time and to whom is important.
3. Being flexible, adaptable to situations and circumstances in
Being a smart and well rounded person is a plus point definitely, however being just that does not make a career. Choosing a career option is in a way simple and in a way difficult. It can be made simple by realising what strengths, weaknesses, limitations one has.
Narrowing on a career path should be done firstly through introspection. However, my experience with students says that introspection done by aspirants is always biased and incomplete. Introspection is actually difficult where one needs to be very honest to oneself.
I would suggest that for narrowing down on a career
It’s indeed a different and interesting question. Now a day’s circus is more about magic, music, gymnastics, acting, dance and jugglery. Few years ago, the major attraction used to be a long list of wild animals that obey the ringmaster.
The Circus tent used to be a fascinating place and there were many jobs in it depending on a person’s skills. So answer to your question is yes, people used to run away from home to join circus.