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Ms. Bella Arora is a Convent Educated, postgraduate in Law (LL.M.), Criminology and Family Law .She is a Counselor, Trainer and Life Coach. She specializes in Career Counseling, Educational Counseling and Personality development. She counsels School/College students, undergraduates/postgraduates, working/unemployed people, housewives and people looking for a mid life career change. Her work and experience area includes Holistic Life Coaching, Individual Counseling, Motivational Speaking, Soft Skills,Corporate Training, Student Counseling, Career Management, Career Assessment. She has been associated with several organizations like Maharashtra Service Public Commission (MPSC) as 4TH in Merit List (Gazetted Officer), State Bank of India as Probationary Officer, All India Radio as Duty Officer and Times of India, Mumbai as Executive. She is a prominent writer and blogger ,have Free Lanced as Writer with AARSI - a Delhi Magazine and is a regular writer on Career and Educational topics with a Astrological Magazine (Monthly) – RISHI JYOTISH. She has appeared as a Counselor for Personality Development on YUVA - a program for youth on National Television Channel – Doordarshan, she has also been an air consultant for Career/Personality Development Issues with Radio Mirchi and Meow

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Career in wildlife sciences is catching up with the Indian students nowadays. You can opt to be a wildlife conservationist, wildlife biologist, scientist/researcher/technician, etc. Eligibility is a Degree in science (PCM), agriculture, forestry, veterinary science, etc. Employment opportunities exist in journalism, photography, NGOs, animal care, law, etc. Most of the institutes are based in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Wildlife Institute of India also offers post graduate diploma in advanced wildlife management. TIFR offers M.Sc in Wildlife Biology and Conservat

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on 11 minutes ago
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Yes, you can become a Criminal lawyer after passing B.Com. You are eligible to do a three-years LL.B. degree course in Law; thereafter you can specialize in Criminal Law.

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on 21 minutes ago
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You will find many law degree/diploma courses across the net which offer distance education/correspondence courses. If your intention is to just gain knowledge of law or work as a law counselor, Distance Education Courses are fine. However, as per the guidelines of the Bar Council you will not be able to practice law in the Courts.

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on 29 minutes ago
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Congratulations; go ahead. a fabulous career is waiting for you.

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on 34 minutes ago
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Of course, you have the usual options of a career in Banking, Finance, Business, etc. You also have other options such as pursuing careers in Economic Consultancy, International Trade, Marketing and Retailing, Business Administration, Insurance, Credit Analysis, Market Research and Analysis, Budget Analysis, Government Planning Commission/Department, Business media Reporter, Management Consultant, etc. And of course, you can teach too as there is a dearth of good teachers and professors for Economics.

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on January 31, 2016
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Earlier there were quite limited options for those who had an aptitude for Maths. But times have changed now. Not only are there better options now, the options have now become interesting too! Besides the traditional and obvious options of being a Mathematician or a Statistician, you can opt for a career as Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Meteorologist, Database Administrator, Architectural Draftsman, Clinical Data Manager, Numerical Analyst, Systems Analyst, Market Researcher, Research Scientist, etc. You also have many more options in the finance world such as being a Financial

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on January 31, 2016
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First of all welcome to the [careerguide.com][1] Its difficult but not impossible to prepare for the [Civil services Examinations][2] along with a job. the main thing required is your willingness to put in your best and be ready for stretching your limits. You may be aware of [the eligibility for the UPSC examinations][3]: you need to be a graduate in any discipline, must be a citizen of India and must have attained the age of 21 years but not more than 30 years of age.The advertisements for the [Preliminary exams][4] are normally published in leading newspapers and Employment News around Nove

Answered by: Bella Arora , Counselor, Trainer/Coach at Arora's Career Counseling Centre, on April 06, 2014