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Mrs. Halima is a postgraduate in psychology from Osmania University and a International Diploma in Guidance & Counseling in collaboration with COL, Canada. She posses Enormous experience in Academic and Psychological Counseling and had done Project on “Counseling & Guidance using ACA & APA standards “, “Motivation to enhance academic achievements”,” Comparative analysis of Self Confidence of undergraduate boys & girls”. She had worked as an Academic Research Associate at Indian Institute of Management, Indore. She specializes in educational, career and academic counseling and guidance, Organizational behavior.

 Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, is a career counsellor based at Kalyan, Maharashtra area. View all career counsellors from Kalyan

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Hello Ammu, Welcome to Careerguide,     From your query , i understand that you have qualified your Jee main Paper 2. The further process of admission is as follows:   1) Login with your required credentials and check your RANK,, All India and category wise rank. 2)Check for institutes offering B Arch through JEE main 2 ( Google it) 3) Check for the opening and closing ranks of each institute along with the no. of available seats. 4) Counselling will be conducted by JoSAA 2017( JOINT seat allocation Authority) tentatively in the last week of june. 5) Register yourself online at

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on May 31, 2017
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Hello Mitali, Welcome to Careerguide, Thanks for putting up your query  here . Tried answering your telephonic query but was not able to get through..... For admission into architecture , the students must take up National aptitude test for architecture(nata) and the eligibility for NATA  is minimum of 50% qualifying marks ( 45% for reserved category)  in 12th  with mathematics as one of the subjects. Same is the criteria for B. Arch through JEE main 2... So , it would be tough to get admission this year. But you definitely have another chance. You can write improvement exa

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on May 31, 2017
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Hello Manvi, Welcome to CareerGuide Taking our discussion forward, I can understand your concern's that starting from scratch again may raise question..... But you can handle it tactfully explaining that when you have completed your Tenth you were more interested in learning technology but after that you realised your passion's and creativity, so turned towards this.   Regarding scope....interior designing has really good prospects...but still if you want to know how well you will get along with it... I would advise you to take an psychometric assessment which will help you to find out yo

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on April 13, 2017
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Hello Abhishek, Welcome to CareerGuide,   Congratulation's for your good percentage and success in 12th class exams. 84% is really a respectable score and opens a wide array of opportunity for you. As mentioned above, regarding economic condition...... Believe me it will never come in your way in making a good career. You are a good student and hardwork has no competition. First try to find out your interest, passion, skill set, aptitude and personality and accordingly decide on a course so that you enjoy your studies and move ahead in making a career. As a PCM student, you can go for a g

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on March 20, 2017
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Hello Upamanyu, Welcome to CareerGuide, As discussed, Go ahead with Gmat exams this year. An average score will also help you to make it into a good college..colleges are more interested in what else you bring along with your score such as your skills and business aptitude. Start early, Go for planned preparation and practical time management....and it would be easy to manage both. You can take help from coaching classes or can go for good books ?? and guides. There are lots of free practice and sample papers available on-line as well. It is one of the most crucial M.B.A. Exams and accept

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on January 18, 2017
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Hello, Welcome to Career guide..... sorry for the call....can't get through... Coming to your query..... There are many courses and training available for oil and gas industry at diploma and masters level. Since you are already a b tech with two years of experience, a masters in oil and gas or petrochemical will add more value to your credentials. Alternatively you can go for an M.B.A. and switch for a management career in the same domain. Till then... Keep applying.... Wishing you all the best for career ahead...   Any Queries? Feel free to revert...           Re

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on January 17, 2017
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Hello Syed,   Welcome to Careerguide.com.   Diploma in Electrical and Electronics is in demand across various sectors. You can find opportunities in Power, Equipment manufacturing, Electronics, Instrumentation, Telecom domains etc. In the course of your diploma , you learn certain core and subject specific skill which actually helps in getting a job. Employers generally look for the technical acumen in a candidate. So, design your resume by highlighting your core skills, strength areas, seminars and technical workshops etc. and apply through job portals and consultancies. A possible

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on November 05, 2016
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Hello Shruti, Welcome to CareerGuide.com Career as a Doctor is right for you or not has to be decided on the basis of few factors such as your Interest, Aptitude, Personality and your adaptability to the Nature of job and Working conditions. You have mentioned your Interest and dislike towards the working conditions. It would be easier to answer your question if you provide us details on other factors. I would suggest you to take career assessment services provided by career guide and it would help you to make a more informed decision. Also provide details on what sort of conditions you dislik

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on June 14, 2016
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Hello , Welcome to careerguide.com. We were discussing regarding courses after 12 th commerce that are easy to handle along with a career in sports..Right? So.... There are many undergraduate programs that can be carried out....please have a look at the following: BBA in sports management BBA/ BMS Bachelor's in mass Communication Bachelor's in physical education and sports..etc. There are many others but these will be comparably easier and more suitable as per the interest area mentioned by you. I would also suggest you to take a career test and find out important parameters of deciding a care

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on April 02, 2016
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Hello Nihali,    Welcome to career guide. Com   Just want to add and sumup :   Feel things this way....... That you are a Creative, Analytical , Communicator, and with a lot of interests in fashion and definitely it's a domain for you. Luxury brand management is challenging but offers good prospects in terms of early settlement. Also you will find it easy to crack the entrance as it matches your aptitude and with more planned efforts you can avail scholarships but in case of mhcet you need to double up your efforts because of the vast syllabuses. Even after MBA students tur

Answered by: Halima Sadiya, FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor, on March 05, 2016

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