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Mr. Jalil is a postgraduate in Applies Psychology and posses 15 year of experience in career counseling and guidance. Currently he is a director and chief career mentor at Career Guru. He was also the National Adolescents Resource Team. He had conducted career guidance workshops and one to one counseling programs in Middle East countries. Beside this he had been a chief editor to the career guidance handbook of kerala higher secondary department.

 Jalil Ms, Founder Director and Chief career mentor at Career Guru, is a career counsellor based at Calicut, Kerala area. View all career counsellors from Calicut

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Hi Vivek, Yes, you can join Banking Sector after doing degree in mechanical engineering course which is a bachelor degree course but there is no functioning of your engineering knowledge in the banking sector jobs it just reflects you as a graduate person. In this case you have two options in the same sector one is bank clerk and another is bank probationary officer for which you will have to go through their respective entrance exams. The eligibility criteria for the entrance exam are: The age for clerk post must lie between 20 years to 28 years where as for the PO post it must be within 21

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Hi Naman, Law is one of the good career option as by pursuing this one can become a lawyer, advocate, judge, etc. and all these are very highly respected jobs. You need to pursue LLB course in order to study Law and LLB is available in two kinds which are as discussed below: It is the LLB course of five years for students opting for the law course after their higher secondary school degree. It is the LLB course of three years for one who are opting for law courses after their graduation with any discipline. For pursuing the LLB you need to clear the CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) for which

Answered by: Jalil Ms, Founder Director and Chief career mentor at Career Guru, on April 01, 2016