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Have been conducting career guidance workshops in 30 schools in Mumbai, Pune, Panchgani, Nasik and Goa for the past 5 years Have engaged with approx. 3,000 students both collectively in groups as well as individually for various programs Deep knowledge of various career options available and the course details Handled more than 5000 career queries on email over the last 5 years Commerce Graduate and an MBA in Finance from IIM Indore

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Hi Naman, First of all to take admission in engineering you must pass your 12th with physics, chemistry and mathematics subject. If you have done 12th with this subject, then surely you may do engineering in mechanical branch or any other branch. There are some institutes/universities that provide diploma/degree engineering course in correspondence, but there is a huge difference between regular and correspondence engineering. Any organization prefers candidate who has done engineering in regular basis. So, it will be difficult for you to find out a good job after your engineering in correspon

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Hi Vikas, Yes in Germany there is only MS course available. MTech and MS, both the courses are very different from each other. MTech is a course to train student in a particular stream within an engineering discipline for example, Machine Design in Mechanical Engineering. It provides the knowledge for working in an industry as well as for doing some amount of research. MS is a research oriented course after that a student can pursue career in research industry or academia, this is the main reason that most of the students go for PhD after doing MS. MTech is a 2 year course, where as MS may go

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