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Deepti Sharma has a 7 years of experience in field of career counseling. She has done post graduation in psychology from Agra university and PG diploma in counseling psychology from university of Hyderabad.At present, she is a freelance career counseling & works as a volunteer with Manovikas Kendra- MR children school. She has also interned with Asha psychiatric hospital, Hyderabad. Her expert advice can help you gain the instruction needed to seek out a career that meets your personal goals.

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Hi ajay,MBA tourism and hospitality /Master's in tourism management both would be a good choice. This will provide you with good opportunities. Whereas doing a regular course will benefit you more unless you have a good job experience or working. Universities providing distance course in tourism: IICT Business school,LucknowAlagappa UniversityUniversity of madrasAnnamalai UniversityMadurai Kamaraj University All the best

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hi praveen,You can take courses in [finance related areas][1]. You can do courses in: Financial risk management Securities markets[Stock broking][2] Investment management Financial engineering Certificate [Program in Financial Modelling][3] in ExcelGood luck [Is Finance Management your Ideal Career? Take Ideal Career Test to know -->Click Here][4] ======================================================================== [1]: [2]: /ask/t/what-is-the-eligibility-criteria-to-be-a-stock-broker [3]: /ask/t/can-financial-plannerss-work-for-public-sector-organizations [4]: /know-your-i

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Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hi anoop,Confusion at this stage is natural. You can go for an career test you check the areas who could choose.See the link:/know-your-ideal-careerThe career depends in the field of your interest. There are ample of career options available for commerce students. Some suggested options are:Charted accountancy Company secretaryshipBusiness management Financial management Applied EconomicsBanking and InsuranceAdvertising Public relation and communicationMass communication and journalism etcFor more write backAll the best

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hello Megha,Mass Communication is the study of mass media including all types of medium used to convey information to the audience. Examples of mass media include newspapers, magazines, films, radio, television, etc. There are many Masters and Diplomas and Certificate Courses available for Mass Communication:: 1)MA in Mass Communication.2)Msc in Mass Communication and Journalism.3)Pg Diploma in Advertising and Journalism.4)Pg Diploma in Mass communication and Journalism.5)Certificate course in Mass Communication.6)Certificate course in Editing.7)Certificate course in Advertising. Eligibility

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hi ayushi...Ruxmaniben Deepchand Gardi Medical College, Ujjain is a recognized by medical council of india.deepti

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hi vikas,If your interest is technical area and wish to work in IT sector on technical positions than choose MCA. If interest in managerial positions than MBA would be good.As far as English is concerned. Look below for few tips to improve your English.1. Read newspaper daily. Start with TOI and than read HINDU.2. Until you speak the words correctly, try and speak slowly.3. Use the dictionary.Whenever you dont know the meaning of any word or sentence do not leave it. Search the meaning.4. Do speaking english practice daily. You can include your family member or friends who can be a listener.5.

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014
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Hi Its better to go for regular courses for MCA rather than distance or part time. Though IGNOU is the best university to do a distance courses. If regular course is not possible than IGNOU is a good choice. There are ample of job options for MCA in govt as well as private sector. The top level IT companies and consultancy firms like TCS, Wipro, IBM, Oracle etc offers great job opportunities to a candidate with an MCA degree.All the best

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Hi To work in an NGO one need to have a strong determination, friendly attitude and strong communication skills. Secondly , you need to decide what sort of NGO would want to go for. NGO are Non governmental organizations working in various areas.Separate NGO work for children and women, employment, Environmental issues, Animals , special children { MR children's/Cancer suffering/Physically challenged etc}, Old age people, poor children etcYou should have a proper qualification to work . BSW/MSW/MA psychology/ MA sociology/ MBA / Rehabilitation courses etcTo search NGO check: luck

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Hi Yes, Nikhil it is necessary to have maths for B.arch course. See your other question for more.

Answered by: Deepti Sharma, Career Counselor & Volunteer at Manovikas Kendra, on July 09, 2014