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Pratik K

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Mr. Pratik Kumar have 7 years of experience of guidance and counselling for 10+2,undergraduates,grdauates and post graduates for various career options at different levels.

 Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , is a career counsellor based at Gurgaon, India area. View all career counsellors from Gurgaon

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Hi mahima, Don't be confused,  If your interest to become like a doctor and you have to deal with patients  or you have an interest in physiology then go for BPT/ MPT. If you have interest in Medicines and drug manufacturing and sales then go for B.pharm/ M.pharm. All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on July 12, 2017
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Hi Vinod , Two degree courses are not allowed simultaneously in any condition. First you complete you any one of degree then prsue other.  You can pursue B.Ed. distance education From IGNOU and other state open universities also. All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 24, 2017
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Dear Ayush, Thanks for contacting us, There are various option after 10+2 PCB,o ther then MBBS,BDS,BHMS,BAMS,BNYS: 1)Different paramedical course like BPT, DPT, BMLT, DMLT, dialysis technician etc. 2) Pharmacy courses B.Pharm, D.Pharm 3) Nursing courses 4) B.Sc./M.Sc. in biochemistry, Chemistry  5) Dietician courses 6) Other courses like Hotel management, BBA, Mass communication &Journalism etc All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 24, 2017
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Professional course In today’s advanced age and fast-paced times, the value and importance of doing a professional course is increasing day by day. Doing a professional course is an easy way of being successful in life. Professional courses include specialization in a particular field and their aim is to impart a detailed knowledge of that particular field in, students. Students often believe that it is risky to do a professional course as professional courses are a bit costly than other courses and they require more time and energy of a student. Read as well: Is it better to pursue law

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 24, 2017
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Hi Pooja, Don't be confused, you should try to get admission in B.tech if you want to become an engineer. You can pursue diploma in engineering. If you have interest in drugs and medicine you can go for B.pharm. If you have an interest in teaching , then you can go for B.Sc./M.Sc. + B.Ed. You can go for paramedical courses like radiology and imaging, Medical lab technology  etc. You can opt for Journalism and mass communication courses as per your interest. All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 19, 2017
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Hi Ria, Thanks for contacting us, Don't worry. You should try according to choice and interest. Now a days there are no. Of options for Post graduates like Digital marketing, online advertising using social media, HR recruiter jobs etc. If you want to do something different from your commerce stream, then you can choose a course in Yoga or PG diploma in Yoga from university of institution. It's very creative job now a days. Many more options are there..... All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 19, 2017
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Hi Ria, Thanks for contacting us, Don't worry. You should try according to choice and interest. Now a days there are no. Of options for Post graduates like Digital marketing, online advertising using social media, HR recruiter jobs etc. If you want to do something different from your commerce stream, then you can choose a course in Yoga or PG diploma in Yoga from university of institution. It's very creative job now a days. Many more options are there..... All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 19, 2017
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Hi apratim, First of all, identify your strength and weakness. If you think that you are not strong in maths then don't worry and go for MBA. There are various opportunity after MBA in different sectors. Choose specialisation according to your choice , you will get you target. All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 19, 2017
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Dear mohit, I would like to say not to drop any year in such scenario. Because time is money and more. Just think from with cool mind, and decide to take admission in one of colleges in which you already selected. Don't waste your time. All the best

Answered by: Pratik K, M.Sc.,Ph.D., MBA working as Career Counsellor , on June 18, 2017