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Reena Saxena is a Career Development Facilitator, Coach, Banking and Soft Skills Trainer, Content Developer, Personal Branding Consultant and Blogger. She comes from a BFSI background. -Registered with Career Guide and Dheya Career Mentors Ltd. - Helps people in shaping their personality, through her initiative, ReInventions.

 Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), is a career counsellor based at Gurgaon, Haryana area. View all career counsellors from Gurgaon

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Experience
  • Positions in Training, Product & Channel Management, Branch Management

    Banks and Insurance Companies ,1986 - 2015

Education
  • SIBM, Pune

    MMS (Finance) ,1992 - 1995

Certification
  • Coaching

    Growmore Coaching ,2015

  • Soft Skills Training

    Scottish Qualifications Authority ,2015

  • Train the Trainer

    National Accreditation Board for Education and Technology ,2015

  • Image Consultancy

    ICBI with Conselle Institute of Image Management, UK ,2015

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You need to have an unblemished academic record in the relevant subjects, preferably with a PhD. Check the website to understand their expectations:

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 15, 2016
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A BCom is not a deterrent in taking up games designing and animation. Take up a relevant post graduate course. A mass communication course will also help as a base, while you get these certifications.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 15, 2016
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If you are a postgraduate, you need to clear the NET exam. If you are a Ph.D, you qualify for a Professor's post. If not, the positions offered are Research Associate, Associate Professor or Asst. Professor. Candidates in process of doing a PhD are given preference. One has to apply, as and when the positions are advertised in major newspapers, Employment News etc. Keep checking websites of Universities.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 15, 2016
Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 11, 2016
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Any graduate who has a bachelors' degree of 3 years duration, and has scored minimum 50% aggregate marks is eligible to take up the postgraduate course in Hospital Management. So, you can certainly take it up. And it certainly has a good scope, given that hospitals have been fully corporatised now. I would advise you to do a course in Instructional Design, as well (though it appears unrelated), as management will involve setting up performance standards, training the staff and evaluating their performance. 

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 11, 2016
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Yes, Girija. This is the right time to start thinking about what do you wish to BE in life, not just DO. The first career choice that you will make is choosing the stream in Std. 11th, then graduation, before you land in a MBA course. MBA is the finishing touch to a student, before s/he enters the corporate world. What you do before that creates the foundation.  MBA courses provide specializations in Systems Management, Marketing, Finance, HR, Banking, Insurance, Luxury goods management. Take your pick and plan accordingly. MBA combines well with a CA, CFA, ICWA, Engineering, Technologica

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on November 04, 2016
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Institutes hold a written test, which needs to be cleared. Aspirants who have cleared NET are exempted. Everybody has to appear for an interview, and present a synopsis or outline of their research proposal. This could be verbal, or a Powerpoint presentation. Institutes like MDI insist on the CAT score, for PhD in Management.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on October 28, 2016
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CAT evaluates your numerical ability skills, which can be developed with a lot of practice, and joining coaching classes. MBA in marketing or HR does not place demands on your mathematical acumen. It makes sense to take an assessment test. Then, discuss your choices with a career counsellor, based on your academic record, affordability of options, geographical choices and of your course, your aptitude.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on October 15, 2016
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How much have you already invested in MBA? Do you think you can afford to let it go? Finding exams difficult is perhaps,  due to the stress that you are undergoing. Is it possible to take up a job, and enrol for a part time MBA? How does the economics work? The loan needs to be repaid on priority, as soon as you start working. Default will have an adverse impact on your CIBIL rating, which affects creditworthiness for further loans that you might need, like HL, VL etc.  Engage a coach who can help you with life, career and finances.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on October 15, 2016
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Probably, you entered the engineering field with a good percentage in PCM,  and parental pressure to do either Engg or medicine. Do you really enjoy engineering? Would you like to work for a few years? A MBA appears to be the logical next step. But it is also possible to change streams to something you enjoy doing, and have a natural flair for? I would advise you to take an assessment test first, to discover your strengths. Discuss it with a counsellor,  and then decide.

Answered by: Reena Saxena http://reinventions.in, Founder - ReInventions ( Career Choice Facilitation I Learning & Development I Coaching I Image Consultancy), on October 15, 2016