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Ms. Noorjahan is a highly motivated UGC NET qualified, PhD scholar with experience in problem solving using analytical skills, tactful management using interpersonal skills, and idea presentation using clarity in expression. She is a Career Counselor, a Psychotherapist and a Life-skills Trainer with over 24 years of experience in diverse fields including Higher Education, School education, School administration, Police training, Corporate training, Finishing school. Currently she is working in different work area which includes Lecturer at Human behavior and Personality development at Integrated Police training Institute, Bhopal, Guest Faculty (For PG Diploma in Guidance and Counseling) at Regional College of Education and Career Counselor at Counseling Point

 Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, is a career counsellor based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh area. View all career counsellors from Bhopal

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Dear friend, as you haven't mentioned what subjects you studied in your 12 class and what diploma have you done it is difficult to imagine which sector suits you most. You have hinted at your past academic performance level but it also is not revealing much about your aptitude, interests or personality. Academic achievement is an important criteria to decide about the field of work where you would fit better, but this is not the only criteria. If you have been studying subjects where your aptitude and interests do not lie then you don't have good chances of succeedi

Answered by: Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, on February 07, 2014
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Dear friend, if you are interested in Business Administration you can first do BBA (Bachelor in Business Administration) and then you can choose to do MBA. It is also possible to do MBA after doing Graduation from any subject. However it helps to have good mathematical skills to be able to clear most MBA entrance exams.  It is important to know, however, that for taking UPSC Exams only graduation is required. (MBA is not minimum eligibility) When you take UPSC exam you can opt for Management as an optional subject. Though these two are completely different&nb

Answered by: Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, on February 06, 2014
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Dear friend, You can study psychology at plus two level in most of the schools. Psychology can be opted for 11th and 12th class at any CBSE or ICSE school. However only those schools prefer to allow students to choose this subject which have teachers for this subject. You can choose psychology as one of the main five subjects for CBSE board or you can choose it as an additional subject for  plus two level. For this sixth subject then you can appear as a private candidate in your senior secondary certificate exam in 12th.Psychology is also available in schools following ICSE boar

Answered by: Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, on February 05, 2014
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There are various career options after completing 12th from commerce stream. You can go for either of these fields: Banking, Finance, accounts, Company secretary, Insurance, Investments or computers. In Banking sector you can choose from a variety of options including retail banking, personal banking, corporate banking, merchant banking, rural banking, product management, loans executive etc. In Accounts sector you can go for either C.A. (Chartered Accountant), C.W. (Cost and Work Accountant), C.F.A. (Certified Financial Analyst), or C.F.P. (Certified Financial Planner).

Answered by: Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, on February 05, 2014
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Dear friend, teaching is a very noble profession and the good news is that it is re-emerging as a popular and incredibly rewarding profession.Teaching can be done at different levels and in a variety of settings. When we talk of a "teacher" it includes everyone from nursery teacher to university level technical teachers. For every level of teaching there are some common skills which are required. However for every level of teaching one has to have a specific set of skills too. Common skills include good communication skills, a presentable pe

Answered by: Noorjahan Khan, Director at Excelsior/Career Counselor, on February 05, 2014