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Reena Mohanka holds a Doctorate degree in Psychological Counselling. She works as a lecturer of the same subject in the Patna University. Reena has years of experience and insight into child psychology. Also, She is skilled at assessing stress and anxiety level of students and thus help students determine what would be helpful for then in the situation.

Dr. Reena Mohanka, Psychologist at Patna Women's College, is a career counsellor based at Patna, Bihar area. View all career counsellors from Patna

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Hi Bhardwaj,Do you mean for your Masters? if yes, you could take power systems courses like power system design. analysis, transmission and distribution, control , stability, etc.... you may need to know some other kind of coding like MATLAB coding to assist you in calculations. Write in to us if you need more informationcheers

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Kamlesh there are many universties which offer B.ED in distance education. If you will give me your preference location then I can guide you in better ways.

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Hi SK,If you mean to ask that are you eligible to work as an [HR manager][1], then, yes you can. Have you studied HR as any of your core modules? [Is HR your Ideal Career? Take Ideal Career Test to know -->Click Here][2] ===================================================================== [1]: [2]: /know-your-ideal-career

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Its a good idea to shift to clinical research. As you are homoeopathic practitioner you can go for Distance Learning course. Institute Of clinical Research (India) provides Distance Learning in clinical Research. For more information about institute you can find information from

Answered by: Dr. Reena Mohanka, Psychologist at Patna Women's College, on July 09, 2014
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Hi Raj, Yes, Phd Can be done in English through [Commerce Stream][1] [1]: /how-to-choose-right-engineering-branch

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In very simple terms one can say that there is no stream that is best or is considered a hottest stream weather it is science, commerce or humanities. The most important thing one needs to consider is that whatever we might consider hot stream today, might not remain hot in a few years. In today’s time there is scope in every field whether it is science, commerce or humanities. One should focus on internal factors like one’s interest, aptitude, skills, values, abilities etc. rather than external factors in choosing a stream or a career. Whatever one opts would become a hot stream for him/h

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Hi Rohit,Well, both Mtech and MBA are good options to opt for. HOwever, MBA gives an edge to your profile- technical knowledge + management skills is a coveted combination. And has more opportunitiesCheers

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Hi Sagar,57 % is not a great score, but that doesn't mean you may not do well in your plus 2. The decision to chose a stream should be yours. Which subjects do you find interesting- Maths, physics, bio, chemistry, history...think through this questions and find out what do you want to study and what do you want to be?cheers

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Hi Rahul3 lakh is definitely not a good rank. If you take admission in an engineering college, there is doubt that you will get into a good college. This rank can get you admission in a local engg college, but not a good one. Coming to Management study, you cannot directly take up MBA. YOu will first have to do graduation in any stream and then go for two/three year MBA course. (graduation course could be any-B Com, BA, Engg, ...). Yes, commerce is an available option. You can take admission into that- though you may have some initiall difficulty in getting hang of accounts (but being a maths

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Hi surabhi it's gr8 that you want to try next time and since u r sure to get a good rank then convince ur paents. hope they will understand u and best wishes for the next time .

Answered by: Dr. Reena Mohanka, Psychologist at Patna Women's College, on July 09, 2014