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I am Guiding Students around 5 years . Skills and Expertise include Higher Education, Student Affairs, Educational Leadership, Public Speaking, Public Relations, Teaching Coaching, Admissions, Research. He had been working in to education management sector for quite some time now. He is a Manager At vision Career Consultants and is committed to provide resource and tools in sorting out various career queries

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Hello Avinash, You have not mentioned here in what examination you have got 50% marks. Is it a graduation for which you acquired above mentioned marks? And if it is a graduation then yes, you are eligible for appearing in the Civil Services Exam. Appearing for the UPSC-CSE (Civil Services Exams), i.e. IAS exams, one requires to have only a bachelor degree from any stream with simple passing. There are no specific requirements of percentage to become eligible for appearing in the IAS exam. The eligibility criteria come in the official notification of the UPSC-CSE gets published every year

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 04, 2016
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Dear Aspirant, You might have heard that age-old proverb – knowledge never goes waste; the Civil Services exam is designed as such that whoever has prepared for this exam, has got immense knowledge and the as an aspirant for UPSC-IAS, one become well versed in many subjects and skills. The CSE requires you to study from various subjects. You become aware of the current happening world over, you get to know the market trends as a study field under economy, you learn the technology that changed the world from within and what not. Your personality changes and develops which makes you enable

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 04, 2016
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Dear Aspirant, The NET requires as eligibility criteria, one to pass the Post Graduation degree course from a recognized university. Having a Master Degree is foremost important eligibility criteria for appearing in the NET exam.  Your question is a bit confusing as you have mentioned PG in B.Sc. If you have completed your PG with other required criteria, then you can appear for the exam. Eligibility criteria for NET Exam: A candidate should have post-graduate Master Degree with minimum 55% (Without Rounding off) 5% has been relaxed for OBC, SC, ST, PWD category. These ca

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 04, 2016
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Hello Yogita, Yes, of course, you are eligible for appearing in the NET (National Eligibility Test) with having a Master degree from the IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University). The IGNOU is well known and national level Open University and is established by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1985. The courses of the IGNOU are recognized by the UGC (University Grant Commission) and AIU (Association of Indian Universities) for the purpose of further education in regular courses. Every college and University in India accepts the IGNOU degree for the educational related matter like admissi

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 04, 2016
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Hello Chanda Kumari, Appearing for the SET/NET/JRF exams requires one to have completed post-graduate studies from a recognized university. So, have you completed your post-graduate degree course? If not then still you will be benefitted knowing the details beforehand about these national level eligibility test. NET is a National Eligibility Test which is conducted at the national level by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) on behalf of the UGC (University Grant Commission). Thus UGC is a final authority and is responsible for all matters including guidelines related to the NET where

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 04, 2016
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Hello Bhavesh, The Electronics and Communication Engineering field is one of the thriving sector and that’s why anyone having a Diploma/BE/ME in Electronics and Communication Engineering would get a job easily. The central government and most of the state governments have an open and business-friendly policy and for this reason, many businesses are thriving at great scale. Many foreign companies have opened up their plants here in India as the Human resource required for their operations is easily available for them in India. I would have liked to know what qualification exactl

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 03, 2016
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Hello Manas, It’s good to have strong ambitions in the early stage of life which will enable you to prosper at large so early. I would say for your query out rightly, that you yet have time to appear in the civil services exam, i.e. IAS/IPS exam. And this examination is conducted on the basis of Bachelor Degree and not on 12th or any such equivalent education level. There is no need to acquire specific or higher marks in your 12th and in Bachelor Degree and what it requires that is simply passing this education levels to be eligible for appearing in the IAS/IPS (CSE) Exam. There is

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 03, 2016
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Dear Aspirant, Your question seems confusing in the sense that you said you are pursuing your MBA from Annamalai University and still you are asking about the job opportunities in government sector that too without passing any exam. Do you mean by your question that you want to know if there are any opportunities while still pursuing MBA? I am not getting you clearly. Have not you done your Bachelor education earlier? Or you are pursuing some sort of Open/Distance education for MBA? You should have mentioned your query clearly for you could have got the right and appropriate answer. For your

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 03, 2016
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Hello Anuj, First upon, you need to know the fact that the Percentile system of scoring does not depend on how many questions one is able to attend but on the collective performance of all the competitors  who appear in the related exam. There are many Business Schools in India like IIMs and other which impart admissions for students on the basis of percentile score obtained in concerned exams like CAT, etc. The Aspirants appear in the exam and their performance in that entrance exam measured in the percentile system. Let us know about Percentile System. For certain observations or

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 03, 2016
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Hello, Well, you have completed your MBA marketing and you would like to know all the possible ways to do some PG courses/diplomas so that you can get a good job on the basis of your MBA Marketing. You indeed would get one proper job for you. There are many such courses and diplomas at the Post Graduation level. A number of Business Schools offer these advanced PG courses for Students and working professionals which enable them to avail the higher opportunities of a career in the early period of life. After having such PG Courses in your account you feel confident of getting goo

Answered by: Divya Dutta, Career Consultant at StepAhead , on November 03, 2016