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Mr. Sumit Basu has over 12 years of experience in man-power resourcing. Having faced all possible situations/challenges in the hiring process in both domestic and international markets, particularly relevant to IT industry, he has developed an expertise in this area. With diverse experience in Corporate sector and as Head of 'MARKS' manpower resourcing organization which has presence in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar, he has serviced multiple clients, developed in-depth insight on manpower planning, recruitment and selection.

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Hi S ,To have a career in IP Rights, you don't need M Tech in Biotech. Going by the current industry trend, Doctorates are in demand and since you have already joined M.Tech, why let it go. " Research and innovation are now seen as the key differentiating factors determining the market value of a product or service. The emphasis today has graduated from cost arbitrage and quality deliverables to IP creation and R&D." Ref : www.nipo.in.Imagine yourself, with a Doctorate, you are not only able to lead a research team but also ensure that the Patents are filed and/or research work protected with

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Aaditi , First decide what you want to do. Study further or get into a job. Make a plan and then execute it. You have the education and age in your side.Best Wishes,Sumit

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Ashish , Searching job in itself is a full time assignment. Make a plan and then implement it. Prepare list of companies, consultants,ex-students from your institute.Join some google groups.Look for off-campus informations...etcReagrds,Sumit

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Rakhi ,I suggest, you look for off-campus drives of various IT companies, inviting freshers.Since you have completed your program in 2010, you are still eliible.Also, make a list of technology companies around your region and do a reserach on the type of work they do and then plan your short-term course. It can be on MS- technology or on open systems, depending on your interest. Try programs offered by institutes like CDAC etc. Post Graduate Diploma in Internet Security should be interesting.Regards,Sumit Basu

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Shellya ,You must undertake the [Psychometric Career Assessment test][1] to identify careers that matches your interest, ability and personality. It will also help you to know your strengths and weaknesses. Then decide on further education and career path.Regards,Sumit Basu [1]: /psychometric-career-assessment

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Anoop,Check any job portal, Mechanical Design Engineers are in demand. About the institutes, try CIPET / NTT. Industry demand qualified professionals from these Institutes./ ---- offering Postgraduate Degree in Product Design & EngineeringTo sum-up my suggestion :"The demand for professional product designers is rapidly growing as India is becoming a major design hub and product designers have very high career growth potentials. " Ref: www.nttftrg.com Your experience will always count. Just keep the experience letter handy. NTT program will also take care of your PG studies apart fr

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi ,There are many opportunities beyond [teaching][1]. I would advise you to undergo some [short term vocational programs][2] available in your locality and should match your INTEREST AREA too. Some part time career options that can be looked at are like Insurance adviser, Recruitment executive, Market Researcher, [Event management programs][3], NGO's, Product marketing, Internet based work etc. Even Ignou has some special vocational programs. Regards,Sumit Basu [1]: /ask/education-skill-development/school-teacher [2]: /ask/t/i-would-like-to-do-montessori-teachers-training-course-from-ig

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014
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Hi Garima,You must have developed sufficient expertise in some of the Designing Softwares used for designing auto components in your last occupation. Highlight it and make a professional resume.Use the factory's name as your last employer(never mind the job-type- full time/part time/ free lancer). Explore the possibilities, there after.Regards,Sumit

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Hi Kritika,When you do your MBA, particularly post Engg., your area of speacialization in MBA supersedes the Engg. specialization. My advise would be to spend couple of years in persuing a job related to your Engg. field and then take an informed decision on the MBA specialization and the 'institute' as well.

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Hi Sitesh ,Do a research locally and then join some short-term technology training program. In the mean time also keep applying directly/indirectly, check with your alumni's too. Keep your eyes open for off-campus too....best wishes,Sumit

Answered by: Sumit Basu, Head at MARKS Consultancy Services, on June 26, 2014