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I am a Career Counselor and a GRE Coach (Verbal Ability/AWA sections only). I have worked in Europe and the USA in various industries and functioned in a myriad of roles. While I have been an entrepreneur on the side for many years, for the past 8 years I have been a full time entrepreneur and since 2011 I have focused a significant amount of time in helping students achieve their higher education goals. Certified in: * Positive Psychology, Neuroscience & The Science of Happiness * Entrepreneurial Skills * Train The Trainer for Sakes & Marketing * Effective Learning Techniques / Powerful Mind Tools (Academic & Non-academic Skills and Habits for effective learning) * Social Psychology * Clinical Psychology * Virtual Instruction * ESL Teacher/ Business English Coach Specialties: GRE/SAT English, Business Communication, Job Search & Interviewing Skills, Entrepreneurial Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Career Counseling, Higher Ed, Student Guidance Counselor, Life Skills Coach, Training and Development Specialist.

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Tej The one thing that is clear is that you want to have growth and a top notch standard of living by adding an MBA to your resume. While that is a respectable goal, much more information is needed about you and your career goals before one can guide you.   Best Regards.

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on January 02, 2017
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Attempting IIM after working for 5 years and is it worth it? Well, that depends on a lot of factors. For some people it might be worth it and for some it might not be so. You need to provide a lot more information to answer your question.

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on December 22, 2016
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Vandana - this is a good time to plan your future with a degree in pharma - I have counseled pharma students before and they are very happy with their choices. If you are interested then you can sign up to work with me and I can help you with all your career issues. Good luck.

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on December 13, 2016
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What have you studied? What do you want to study further and what job prospects are you considering (or are you already working) that are resulting in this dilemma?

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on December 12, 2016
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Career changes are tough but they can be made. Your message conveys your intention but nothing more. I have been working with engineers for several years now, and helped many identify their careers where they can succeed and be happy with who they are and what they do. You may view my profile on LinkedIn as well. Good luck and if you are interested in working with me then please let me know.   Regards,   Sai Prakash Bhupalam

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on November 30, 2016
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Bharat - there is no specific list of qualities - everybody will have their own opinions and perspectives. Professionalism, knowledge (academic, general, business etc.), presentation, people skills - I can go on. And the same goes for the list of companies - your questions are very general and do not tell me who you are and what you want. In my experience, the best way to do this would be to pick a counselor that appeals to you and move forward. I have worked in sales & marketing management (business development, sales process/sales training, recruitment, interviewing in the office and in

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on November 25, 2016
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Natasha - your question is a good one but lacks critical information. This is a serious decision and most probably life changing. The best way to go about this would be to pick a counselor you are comfortable with and move forward if you are not able to do so on your own. Depending on your career options/domain choices, you can pick a counselor whose profile/experience/qualifications are the best match for you.   I see that a couple of other counselors have also responded so hopefully you have a better idea about how to go about this career shift. Good luck!

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on November 16, 2016
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Not sure if you want to do this after your 12th or you want to complete your graduation. I was a flight attendant for over 11 years for an American airline and can guide you if you are interested in working with me. I can tell you that this can be a great career and a fun job - but it is highly competitive so you need to be prepared. There is no specific procedure for applying but there are many things you can do to be prepared for the opportunity. Good luck.

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on November 15, 2016
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Hi Manohar,   There are many colleges that offer an MS in Pharmacy with variations in specialization. I have recently worked with two students who are pursuing their MS (one in the USA and the other in Canada). The procedure is not very complicated. In addition to the academic requirements, you would need a GRE score and an IELTS/TOEFL score depending on where you want to go. As far the expense is concerned, you have options: self funding/via a bank loan, scholarships and other opportunities - this is standard for many MS programs. In order to get a clearer picture, you would need to meet

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on November 06, 2016
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Dear SAUMYAA,Well to reach Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad you can follow the map in our Institute’s details page, we’ve shared a Google Map of all the institutes so that you can find the right direction using your phone’s Map application. Go to Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad detail page and you can not only find the map but a load of information like Course Details, Admission process, News & Videos about the institute, interviews of faculty members etc. here’s the address and few more details for your quick reference. Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad

Answered by: Sai Bhupalam , Career Counselor / Certified Positive Psychilogy Coach (USA) / GRE Coach, on May 04, 2016