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MS. Namrta is a post graduate in Clinical, Child Psychopathology & Counseling Psychology Her area of experience and work includes Career Counseling, Teaching, Relationship Counseling and Life Management Lessons. She has worked as a psychologist in IIFT College Chandigarh. She is a frequent writer in newspapers and magazine, she had been associated as relationship expert with news paper. She works with MBC Canada and YMCA Canada as a volunteer.

Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, is a career counsellor based at Brampton, Ontario area. View all career counsellors from Brampton

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Dear Tanushree,Congratulations for graduating with a diploma.I would suggest that if you wish to launch your own brand, just going in for a course will not give you much. Rather it would be better to take up a job with any of the known brand. Working there, will give you practical things like, understanding the consumer, marketing strategies, budgeting, promotions, hiring employees etc. Once you are clear about all these aspects and have a good amount of experience of about 2 - 3yrs, then if you launch your own brand I am sure it will be a great success.All the best!

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on July 10, 2014
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Yes, it is a good career option. Specially in the coming yrs, say 5 -7 yrs down the line, service industry is going to be on a higher platform , than what it is right now.

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on July 10, 2014
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Dear Amiya, First step is to relax! Confidence comes with preparation. Be well prepared for your interview. Pay attention to your professional look. As , the moment you enter the interview room 80% decision to hire you or nor , is already made on the basis of your dress & appearance. Ensure the your communication skills are reasonably efficient. Listen carefully to every question, understand it & then answer. Do not panic. Finally, take a deep breath while entering the interviewer's room. Believe in yourself & do your best.All the best!

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on July 10, 2014
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Dear Elango, It is a the most simple yet most complex question to answer. Main aim of this question in any interview is to make the candidate comfortable & confident, as this is the question where a candidate would never say,"I don't know". So begin by introducing your education, professional experience, if any. Move on to your achievements, ambition & hobbies. You can talk a little about your family, but remember do not get too engrossed while talking about them. This is because you don't want the interviewer to remember your family & forget you! Also it is a nice ide

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on July 10, 2014
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Dear Shubhi, U haven't mentioned that which industry you wish to enter. But, in general the best way to prepare for any interview is to take care of 2 major aspects: Communication Skills & Overall personality. Make yourself comfortable in communicating with others, specially in English. Practice the best way to introduce yourself, as this is generally asked. Rest know about the company profile, enhance your subject knowledge. Use the most practical approach while solving the case studies.All the best

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on July 10, 2014
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Hi ,Its good to know that you are aware about what you like. You have not mentioned the exact degree you are taking and the specialization you are opting for. On the basis of information provided I feel it will be good to explore the following areas in terms of profession:-[Journalism][1]- Content writing for websites- [Radio Jockey][2]-Publishing Houses-[Teaching][3]-Soft Skills TrainingIt is also important to consider many factors like your interest, future demand, finances attached and returns, and  location  while choosing a career..Hope this helpsFeel free to contact for an

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on December 31, 2013
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Hi,Thanks for showing your interest in the field of Counselling. In India we don't really have very credible short term program in counselling or psychology. I also don't know your current qualification, but usually to be a counsellor one should have Master's in Psychology or a Post -graduate diploma in counselling. There are some private organizations in Delhi  which have short term courses, but I am not too sure if you will be eligible for job just on the basis of short term course. You may check the website www.psychogenesis.webs.com/psychologicaltraining.htm.Hope this helpsWishing u a

Answered by: Namrta M, Head- Training & Development Dept. at ITFT College, on December 30, 2013