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Nidhi is a Career Practitioner, Editor and a HR Researcher. She has a passion for guiding students towards the right career path. She believes in providing clarity of thought and ideas and easy steps for the goal achievement strategy. She is an energetic motivator and a counselor with aptitude to offer a positive guidance to students.

Nidhi Arora, Career Counselor at CareerGuide.com, is a career counsellor based at Gurgaon, Haryana area. View all career counsellors from Gurgaon

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Insurance officer is the management officer who Provide day to day management and administration of insurance services across the Group, liaising with staff, customers and insurers to ensure effective communication and the efficient administration of Claims. Principal Duties and Responsibilities:- Manage the insurance services for the Group, ensuring appropriate and cost effective cover is in place at all times. To be responsible for maintaining a register of all insurances that the Group hold. To be responsible for processing all insurance claims in accordance with agreed procedures, includi

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This is a common question in many of the interviews which interview candidates face. This is where a candidate has to show his intelligence As per my suggestion is to prepare some content to answer this question before actually attending the interview. Before answering this question, know yourself the responsibilities that you have to undertake if you join in that job. Along with that, know the skills that are required to perform well in that job by completing the various kinds of talks in the assigned time. After knowing this, check your strengths, whether you have all the strengths for the

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:   Tax planning, costing and its preparation are a critical part of the overall financial planning services we provide. Many financial decisions have a tax component that will potentially impact the advisability of a course of action. The proper management of your tax liability can have a positive effect on your cash flow, investment returns and retirement income. Some of the often overlooked strategies that our firm considers throughout the tax planning process include: Evaluating securities for tax efficiency. Tax implications of investment placement in retirement vs. non-retirem

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Studying degree and PG courses through distance mode would allow people not only to continue, Besides these courses, IGNOU and other well known Open Universities in India are, opens up a wide variety of job opportunities in the fields of finance, management theory and practice, basic business statistics. Thus, there are many institutes like the BLB Institute of Financial Markets have launched short-term job. You can visit IGNOU's website to select a certificate/ diploma course that suited to you, regarding short term courses in Finance through the distance le

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A financial advisor needs to possess excellent understanding of stock market performances, insurance sector, banking and other related fields. As a financial advisor, you can either work with a company or become a private consultant. In either case, a bachelor’s degree in any finance field and relevant certification is mandatory. You’ve thought about what you want to freelance in, you’ve got a couple of useful email addresses and you’ve even bought yourself some sweatpants that will look great with your slippers. So you’re ready to dump that job and get cracking o

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Cost Accountancy gives more weight-age to Cost Accounting as a subject. Or you can say that it is like professional degree with Costing/ Cost Accounting as a major subject. I hope you know what Cost Accounting means. This is allocating costs to each unit produced. This is more useful in manufacturing industries. Cost Accountants can do Cost Audit which is compulsory for certain manufacturing companies under the Companies Act, 1956 in India.  As against this, Chartered Accountants get specialized knowledge in Taxation and Auditing. They have to undergo practical training under a qualified

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A fresh Company Accountant will join as an Assistant in the secretarial department under the Company accountants or a Deputy Company accountant or Legal Counsel in the company. Generally the salary offered for a fresher CS is around Rs. 30,000 If you are a CS and LLB candidate, you can definitely get that salary. You will also be exposed to legal department work along with the routine secretarial work. As you go on working and gain work experience, the salary keeps increasing and you may achieve the designation of Company Secretary when you become competent enough to lead. This course will giv

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Some of the important merits of education are being listed below- (i) Education enables a person to know about his rights and duties;  (ii) It enables to know him about the impacts of his activities on environment;  (iii) It makes him know about different processes going on in the natural environment and their importance in keeping up the natural balance;  (iv) It is through education that a person becomes able to have the knowledge about the status of different natural resources, needs and modes of their conservation etc.; (v) Education enables a person know about various proce

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You have to choose your career option as per your interest and your performance. But you should not be confused about your career option. Other than engineering and medical also there are lots of options. You may go for general B.Sc study with hons in a good subject in which you have more interest. If you like physics or chemistry subject then you may take any one of this subject in your graduation. There are good demand after studying graduation in this subject. There are so many government job after completion of graduation from any subject like Civil services, In Indian Railway, School teac

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You need to clarify about your doubts in detail then only you will get to know more about the career you want to pursue in future, if you are confused and your expectations are different from field you opted for, still there are many other options through which you will be able to fulfill your dream perspective. There are many companies who offer great deal to your field work but its all basically depends on your background. Moreover, individuals interest is also plays a pivotal role as we work efficiently, when work is of our interest and we got new opportunities to put all our skills to reac

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