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Thiruvikraman Ramadoss is a MBA, Human Resource management from Christ University, Bangalore.He has an experience in career development training and behavioral training for more than 4 years now. He has studied BE Mechanical Engineering as well. He has an experience in IT industry.His knowledge in various filed make him a a versatile counselor. He has trained students for placements and counseled them on career development.

 Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, is a career counsellor based at Muthampalayam, Tamil Nadu area. View all career counsellors from Muthampalayam

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Hi friend, I appreciate that you are trying to explore other options than [Engineering][1] and [Medical][2]. Let me Introduce myself to you. I have experience in guiding school students to select apt higher studies. I have crossed Engineering studies, IT Job, MBA in HR and working as a trainer now. I am an entrepreneur developing training solutions and companies. Think, Other than [Engineering and Technology][3] what are the other areas you know. Arts, commerce, business management, design, communication and Journalism are other areas which provides job opportunities. [When you are select

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on April 02, 2014
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Hi,If you are aiming to enter in to IIT for architecture (B.Arch)  you will have to write JEE (Main) and JEE (Advance). I hope you have already applied for JEE(main) 2014. Applications have already been recieved. JEE(Advanced) is the eligibility criteria to enter B.Arch in IITs. JEE(Main) is a prelimenary requirement to enter into JEE(Advance).Anyhow, othere than JEE(Advance) there is another test to enter B.Arch programme in Non_IITs. Entrance Examination for B.Arch is called as NATA (Bational Aptitude Test for Architecture). Check the website www.nata.in     This NATA has

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on March 21, 2014
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Hi Manjusha, I appreciate you for your sustaining the interest in building a career for five years since your graduation. I suppose you hold a BE degree in Mechanical Engineering. I am a Mechanical Engineer by academics, IT Engineer by my first profession and a post graduate in HR and now an educationalist creating learning solutions for Engineering and MBA students. Interestingly you have also stated all the 3 fields I have been in. [Mechanical Engineering Career][1]: Mechanical Engineering related career options would be a tough call for you now since you have lost touch with the subje

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on March 21, 2014
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Hi,TISS ( Tata Institute of Social Sciences) is an awesome institute to learn courses related to Social sciences and Human relations. If your question is about, worthiness of doing M.A (Human Resource Management) after doing [Mechanical Engineering,][1] straight answer is "It's worth doing [if you are interested in Human Resource studies][2]"The fact that you have searched about TISS MA(HRM) makes me think you have an inclination towards [Human Resource Management][3]. If I am right you are going in a right path. Try joining TISS. It's a place where you will definitely practically learn HR

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi Friend,I appreciate that you have taken efforts to join M.Tech after two years gap. If you are looking for a profession in Software Industry, good news for you is that any software company only looks for your skill and knowledge level. If they find you competent you Gap will never be a problem. Focus which technology you want to master and start working on it and definitely you will find a place in a software company. Java and Java based programming technology is riding on top in Job market.Also web based technologies such us php, ruby on rails etc are also on a high tide.Bigdata

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi,Yes, Definitely Diploma in Mechanical Engineering is good. I believe you have in interest in Mechanical engineering. Nurture it and grow it. In the current job senario, many companies are struggling to get manpower who would work in the shop floors. There is a [huge scope for the Diploma mechanical Engineering students as Blue collar employees.][1] Skilled labour is in great demand.So if you join Diploma in Mechanical Engineering focus on your practicals, learn machining and working on shop floor well. By the end of your course there will be jobs awaiting you.All said, it is must that

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi, To become a Professor you should work as an Associate Professor or Assistant Professor first. Entry criteria to become an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor is B.E(Mech) and M.E or M.Tech in any subject related to Mechanical Engineering viz Thermal, Design etc,. Then you will have to pursue Ph.D to become a Professor. These are according to the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) norms. Anyhow check for norms according to the state you belong to. Also check if there is any visiting faculty way in your state.   You will have to write NET (Nati

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi Friend, Thanks for approaching us at CareerGuide.com!!! I appreciate your eagerness in deciding on your career path. But you are not very clear in your Question. Are you a B.E Mechanical Engineering Graduate or Diploma in Mechanical Engg. I understand in addition to your degree what ever it is you have also completed courses on CAD, Pro-E and CREO. That shows your eagerness to make yourself employable.   I am splitting my answer into 3 forms since the question is not clear. Please find the right answer for you.   1. If you are a B.E graduate thinking about job or M.E: Since you ha

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi Friend,I understand that you are confused about what you really like and you are passionate about.Passion is some thing that we develop over a period of time. From Childhood we like lot of skills and subjects. But as we learn something more and more and do again and again we start loving that subject more and that subject becomes our passionate subject.You are good in Public Speaking. Good. You have realised it. But what do you really like talking about. Which topics have stayed close in your public speaking that's your core. Think about this, Kalam has delivered Public Speeches, Vajpayee,

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 14, 2014
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Hi friend,Good that you are thinking of what to do now. You will find the answer,I have few questions, without answers I will not be able to help up you clearly friend.What degree are you studying?What do you mean by dropped two papers, you didnot write the exam or do you have an arear?Which year you are in now?What ever, falling is part of life and so you will be able to recover. Reply to my questions and we will plan how to solve your problems.Cheer up. All the Best   

Answered by: Thiruvikraman Ramadoss, Freelance Trainer and Training Partner, ProMetis Learning, on February 07, 2014