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Dr. Pratik K Gupta is a doctorate in chemistry and have a post graduate diploma in guidance and counselling. he has a 10 years of experience of career guidance and counselling for 10,10+2,undergraduates,grdauates and post graduates for various career options at different levels. Dr.Pratik K Gupta is now working as a freelance Career expert and counsellor providing his services to different educational institutions based at Firozabad (U.P.)

 Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, is a career counsellor based at Gurgaon, India area. View all career counsellors from Gurgaon

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Dear Ruchi, Don't worry if you have don't interest. Various options are available as of now: First identify your capabilities and intrest . On the basis of your interest you should chose a career like Management, project management, computer science, software development, networking, digital marketing, mass communication etc. All the best  

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 09, 2017
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Dear aspirant, Congrats for your success, You have done very good because physics is very tough subject for others. Your marks are good. Also you cleared NET exam as well as GATE .  So I think there will be no problem in future. Go for Ph.D/ M.Tech or lecturership as per interest.  Apply for different scientific bodies like DRDO, BARC etc.

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 09, 2017
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Dear shivam, Thanks for contacting us,  Don't worry, there are many options. First you should check the last few years  placement record of institutes from online and offline resources. If possible contact the past students to get actual feedback. If placement track record is good then go for it. Other thing is to verify that the college should be approved by AICTE and affiliated to university.   All the best.

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 07, 2017
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Dear aspirant, Thanks for contacting us,  Yes, you are on right pathway. I suggest you to another one thing: 1) You can pursue PGDFSQM programme from IGNOU along with M.Sc.. This will create you a gateway to enter in pharmaceutical industry . All the best  

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 07, 2017
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Dear faizan, Thanks for contacting us, If you have done PGDM two year course from AICTE approved institution then only you can pursue Ph.D. and you have to watching newspaper for advertisement of admission in ph.d.  Now there is UGC's ordinance for Ph.D. 2016, according to this generally most of the universities are offering ph.d. twice in a year. All the best.            

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 07, 2017
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Dear aspirant, Thanks for contacting us, some points are helpful for you: 1)First if you not in hurry to go in job, then you should keep your study going on. You can take admission in diploma Engineering directly in second year after having ITI. 2) you can search your job after ITI in various manufacturing companies in Noida, gurgaon, delhi and faridabad. 3) Also after getting a job, you can pursue your graduation Like B.Sc. from IGNOU along with your job. This will help you in promotion and job switching. 4) you can try your luck in different public sector government jobs like railway, electr

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 07, 2017
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Dear Naina, Thanks for contacting us, 1) After MCA ,there are very less option in govt. Jobs but you have to keep watching in employment news papers and leading public sectors advertisements. 2) You can try for lecturer position in different government institutions and universities. 3) there are various options in organizations like CDAC, IETE, railway, DOEACC etc on contractual basis which are likely to be permanent in future. 4) you have to qualify in GATE for appearing in various public sector examinations. 5) after qualify GATE, you can pursue M.Tech.from IITs so that you can use opportuni

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 04, 2017
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Dear sir, Thanks for contacting us, it's a nice question .t he increase in admissions is depends upon various factors and there are no. of solutions : 1) Create a good repo of your schools among others. Suppose If you are running 10 or 10+2 school then it is depends upon how many students are selected in medical, engg, NDA and other job specific courses. 2) Create awareness about the choosing various streams after 10 or 10+2. 3) increase in extra curricular activities like sports, Olympiad , games , swimming , dance, and yoga etc. 4) Organise career counselling for board school students becaus

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on October 03, 2017
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Dear candidate, If you didn't get admission in medical than don't worry various option are available as per your choice of interest.  You can opt for pharmacy like D.pharm or B.Pharm. Other option are para medical like BPT, Nursing, Special education etc. Other options are available if you are interested in different stream from biology or medical .   All the best

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on September 20, 2017
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Dear Vikas, Dont worry. various options are available as of now for the persons like you. You  can pursue your study  by distance learning mode from open universities like IGNOU, UPRTOU and other open universities near you. for Graduation level  IGNOU's material and methodology is best among all open universities. so that you can earn your expenses by doing some kind of jobs while you learn.   all the best

Answered by: Dr.Pratik K Gupta, Career Counsellor, on September 17, 2017