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A Certified Trainer by British Council, ETS (Education Testing Systems, USA) & Pearson Group for IELTS - Academic & General Module; TOEFL & PTE respectively. Having competency in the field of Career Counselling & Teaching, being the areas of expertise as the Grammar of English, Soft skills, Personality development, Communication skills, Interview skills, Business English & Immigration English. Six complete years experience in the field of teaching IELTS/TOEFL/PTE and the Verbal Section of SAT/GRE/GMAT and successfully trained over 300 students. Over 7 years of Experience as an Education Consultant for Overseas education and interacted with over 2500+ Students.

 Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, is a career counsellor based at Kolkata, West Bengal area. View all career counsellors from Kolkata

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Hi Shrashti, Thank you for choosing [CareerGuide.com!!!][1] Hope [your class 10 exams went of quiet well][2] and now you are in a relaxed mode for this entire month. Your question is something which is to be thought about very essentially for all students in your category. Talking about Maths as a subject is such that it is a universal subject which will always support you when you enter any stream or subject in your college level. No doubt Maths is the backbone of [the financial sector][3] in the future and you would easily be able to enroll to any courses in this sector but at the sa

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on April 04, 2015
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Hi, Thank you for approaching us at [CareerGuide.com!!!][1] OMG.. so many queries, i suppose the condition of your brain must be really bad thinking about your future. Okay! No worries, we are here at [CareerGuide.com][2] to guide you and help clear this mess. Firstly its a fantastic plan of you thinking of moving abroad [for your masters][3]. As you showed UK as an interest, lets talk about it - In UK, masters is a 1 year course divided into 3 semesters where 2 semesters are theoretical along with practical work as per the subject and the third and the last semester is project based fo

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on May 05, 2014
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Hello,You are really very confused, because for a minute your question confused me and i didnt know what exactly you wanted to know. But now i am able to understand your situation, and nothing to worry this is a common situation among all students your age group. You are currently a PCM student with Biology as an extra subject and you dont like chemistry and biology, and are not good in Maths. Relax Physics, is enough to help you achieve a succesful future.  I also understood that you are interested in Computers also, so that teams so now from 2 subejcts we need to select any 1

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on April 05, 2014
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Hi, I would really be happy to help you. But before i start advising you, the foremost thing that you need to do is to let go of the negative vibe that has affected your life terribly, and instead of taking random decisions, you need to de-stress and think rationally. You should be fortunate that you are working on a higher level scale with one of the most reputed companies in india in this crucial economical scenerio, where the unemployment ratio is much much higher. Instead of completely quitting doing a job, you could try having a job change, as a new environment will help you. Joining

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on April 05, 2014
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Hi, Before i start telling you about the subject, i would like to you to know one important thing that no field is specific to any gender. In today's era, both genders can pursue any field they desire provided they are ready to face all hurdles and work very hard. [Photography][1] is a wide artistic field, not every one can pursue it is only for those you have a nag for it and are very creative. As you have shown interest in [photo journalism][2], let me tell you this that it is one of themost difficult [careers in photography][3] field as it requires you as a girl to put in lot

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 29, 2014
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Hi,    Before getting so stressed about an entrance exam you should know the course work that you will be learning in a much more profound manner.    An entrance exam in just a aptitude test designed for particular subjects in its own manner to test your skills and interest towards it. So obviously you need to train yourself for such exams right from the beginning of class 12 so that you can balance both your preparation for your life after school as well as for your school leaving exam. This way you will be able to learn time management and be focused on yo

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 29, 2014
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Hi, Its great to know that you have a work experience and what to start something on your own along with [doing an MBA - HR][1] . MBA is a big diversified sector of management studies. In India, its a 2 years full time program, where in in the 1st year you will be learning about every segement of management and based on your performance and interest developed in the 1st year, you will be choosing 2 specialisations.  That is where you can choose IT and HR. IT because [you have a computer background and you are aiming at doing something in the same field and HR][2] because that

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 26, 2014
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Well , when you say you are graduating in 2014, why not aim [to join a HR Management course full time for a period of 2 years and get a proper degree and knowledge about it before joining a job.][1]  Look you havent mentioned the course from which you are going to graduate, but i am assuming it to be BBA. In that case you have been introduced to the HR sector theorically but have no practical knowledge. Then why would any private/corporate company offer you a job in their HR department right from the begining when you will be a fresher. [They usually take freshers for the junior leve

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 26, 2014
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Officially Punjab Technical University is not valid. Its licence has been cancelled by the UGC last year so am not sure if your degree shall be recognised or not. For more indepth knowledge about the PTU degree i suggest you do a complete checking and get it all written in case if they say that their licence is still valid.Whereas its concerned about the recognisation by MNC's, some MNC's will recognise it as abroad universities still recognises it. So i suggest you dont need to say things upfront, go for an interview and see the reaction. In case if the companies reget it dont get disheartene

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 18, 2014
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BCA stands for Bachelors of Computer Application. This is field designed for all those who intend to study computers but in the application format not the core of it in the engineering format. Their are many colleges in India where you could take admission in and i would not like to focus on any 1 specific. But would like to give you some tips which will be very helpful when shortlisting and selecting the right college for yourself - 1. Look at the course details2. Dont go by the abstract ranking available on various websites. 3. Visit the college campus personally and have

Answered by: Priyamvada Agarwal, Education Consultant & Trainer, on March 18, 2014