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interested in solving problems through a counselling profession.Research on innovative solutions to issues of the mind. Psycho - diagnostics, counseling, research, therapy and visiting faculty for shipping companies for pre-sea training courses . Licenced psychologist (1999)- RCI - Rehabilitation Council of India. Currently a member of Bombay Psychological Association .Self constructed lectures on psychology and some HRM topics.

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Hi Sahil, Changing school after 10th is quite a common scenario these days. You can definitely do the same, if you are willing to do so. Normally students change school if they are getting a steam of their choice in some other school or if they are not satisfied with their present school. But remember that the teachers of the school are very important. The better the faculty the better the school is. The school that one is changing should be the one that you can adjust in easily. With changing school one will have to adapt to the new environment that sometimes might be difficult for the person

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Hi Renu, Yes, if you are willing to change your board then you can surely opt for CBSE. There are many advantages of studying in a CBSE board over other boards. They are as follows: The CBSE syllabus is presented in a more scientific manner. The entire syllabus is divided into units and every unit is allotted the number of periods required to cover it in the year and also the weightage of marks it will carry in the examination. Thus, the teacher and student can plan the study of the various segments of the syllabus accordingly. This not so in ISC. The examination pattern of entrance examina

Answered by: Vidya Barnes, self employed psychologist, on April 09, 2016