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- 1. ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
- 2. MANAGEMENT
- 3. HOTEL MANAGEMENT
- 4. LAW
- 5. EDUCATION
- 1. How to choose the right engineering stream?25.01.18More
Here are some tips to choose the right engineering stream:
1.Give priority to interest,not scope
Every branch provides you with good scope and opportunities if you perform well in it.If you end up selecting a branch on the basis of its job prospects and lack interest in it then it will lead you nowhere.
2.Select Branch Over College
Sometimes it happens that that you are getting your favorite college but not the branch you want to pursue Or favorite branch but not in a very good college.I would suggest you to go for your favorite branch rather than getting admitted in a good college and pursing that branch in which you don’t have any interest.
3.Specialization is good
Engineering degree provides opportunity to specialise. If you want to learn software then go for software engineering or if interested in cars then go for automobile engineering instead of mechanical engineering.
4.Take into consideration nature of work your branch will lead to
Understand what type of professional work will be required from you once you start doing the job.
5.Post Graduation Opportunities
Look beyond the four years of engineering and if you have any plan of doing post graduation then do have a look at the scope of higher studies your branch will provide.
- 2. What are the career options after Class 12 (PCM) in India except Engineering?25.01.18More
These are some of the career options which you can consider after your 12th(PCM):
BSc: It stands for Bachelor of Science. A BSc Degree followed by an M Sc Degree from a good college can be much beneficial to you and help build a promising career. The best part about this course is that there is immense scope in research field.
BBA:It stands for Bachelor of Business Administration. BBA followed by MBA is a good prospect for mathematics group students also. Doing just BBA may also help you land a job. It is a 3 years long Bachelor’s Degree course.
BHM: It stands for Bachelor of Hotel Management.It is a 4 years long Undergraduate program. It is a highly job oriented course. This course prepares students to take on roles and jobs in the Hotel and Travel Industry.
LAW :12th Science stream students are also eligible to pursue law education (the integrated format). Integrated law courses can be pursued right after 12th. Some examples of integrated law courses are
- B.Sc. + LL.B.
- B.Com. + LL.B.
- B.Com. + LL.B.
- BBA + LL.B.
EDUCATION AND TEACHING RELATED COURSES: After doing this type of course, one may take on the job of a teacher/instructor. Some well known education related courses are-
- B.El.Ed. (Bachelor of Elementary Education, 4 years long course)
- Diploma in Elementary Education
- B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
- Primary Teachers Training course (can follow it up with B.Ed.)
- Diploma in Yoga Education
B.PHARMA: It stands for Bachelor in Pharmacy. Though this course has a lot to do with biology and aspects related to medicine, it can be chosen by mathematics group students also. B Pharmacy followed by M Pharmacy is a good option for them.
- 3. What to choose after B.TECH as a postgraduate course,MBA or M.TECH?25.01.18More
While post graduation in MBA prepares you for generalist roles and opens your avenues in non-technical industries, an MTech qualification offers you plush jobs and a freedom to take your love for technology to the next level.
MBA covers Fields:-
M.Tech Cover Fields:-
- Engineering equipment
You can choose one of these two courses as per your area of interest.
- 4. Is doing an MBA a great option to choose after four years of engineering?25.01.18More
It’s surely a good choice of doing an MBA after your B.tech. It will give you competitive advantage over others.An MBA program gives engineers more exposure to business and management related issues which lack in an engineering program. An MBA degree adds strategic & qualitative skills to students’ analytical capability, making them a perfect choice for any employer.
Furthermore, for those engineers who are planning to run their own business or to do consulting, an MBA makes sense. MBA will help in better understanding of the fundamentals of business that supplements the engineering and technical side. One becomes great in finding technical solution to the problem keeping the business principles in mind.
- 5. What are the differences between Computer Engineering and IT Engineering?25.01.18More
The major difference between both these field is that IT deals with the application of computing technology to real life processes, while, Computer Science deals with the science that facilitates these applications. To make it short and simple, Computer Science is the creation of software and hardware by using different programming skills. On the other hand, IT is just the selection of the proper software or hardware for the task.
Career Scope of CSE Graduates:
Job openings for Software professionals is much higher in the corporate sector than in public sector. Professionals can join as junior programmer, database administrator, junior network manager, Data Analyst, Software Developer, Software Engineer, and Client-Server Systems Manager etc in the initial stage. Students have job opportunities at organizations like IBM, Intel, HP, TCS, INFOSYS, WIPRO, TECH MAHINDRA,CTS and Dell in India and abroad.
Career Scope of IT Graduates:
Career options after B.Tech in Information Technology are good. IT Specialists are required in almost all range of employment fields such as finance, arts, medicine, defense, and other areas. Many opportunities are available in various IT firms all over India. Some of the leading IT Companies are Infosys, TCS, Wipro, Accenture, HCL Infotech, IBM, etc. These professional can get jobs in many public sector firms. Some of the leading public sector firms are BSNL, ISRO, CDIT, CDAC, etc.
- 1. What should I prefer PGDM or MBA?25.01.18More
Let’s first understand the differences between PGDM and MBA Programmes.Once you get aware of how they differ from each other,it gets easy for you to make the choice.
The main difference between PGDM and MBA is that when an Institute is an autonomous body (means it is not affiliated with any University) and conducts management courses, then such Institutes offer PGDM course.On the other hand,when an Institute is affiliated from any university,it offers MBA programmes.
The major plus point of PGDM course over MBA is that the curriculum of PGDM is more flexible. It will get updated from time to time. Whereas the curriculum of MBA won’t be like that, as MBA course is offered by institutions which are affiliated to universities, the curriculum will get updated once in 3-4 years or maybe more. The curriculum of MBA is more exam-oriented and covers the theoretical aspects, while that of PGDM is more industry-oriented and covers the soft skill aspects. In fact, PGDM makes you industry ready and prepares you for the market.
- 2. What are the value additions and job prospects when I do a PGDM program?25.01.18More
A PGDM program is not just classroom learning but a Global exposure coupled with much value addition during the program. Classroom learning in management education is incomplete if not coupled with serious corporate exposure and training. During the program students are attached to a corporate organization and its managers. This way real time, hands on problems are discussed and solved. In every trimester a student undergoes at least 2-3 such projects. Students are given global exposure through International Immersion and Semester Abroad Program. A PGDM Program makes a student Industry ready and the course is quite popular among recruiters with good salary packages.
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- 3. What are benefits of doing MBA after some work experience?25.01.18More
Work experience prior to an MBA provides the student with a platform to build on during their studies. Students benefit from being able to refer to their own experience during classroom discussions and apply management theory to their existing practical knowledge. There are other benefits of gaining work experience prior to enrolling in an MBA program.
In the first place, individuals with work experience may be more likely to find on-campus employment. Second, the more work experience you have the more mature you may be in your work ethic and style of learning. Third, the more experience you have, the more you may be able to interact with professors and peers on a deeper level. Finally, your work experience might help you to develop a solid plan for your future. You will already be familiar with where you want to go because you have already been there. This knowledge may help you focus your academic endeavors in a way that helps you frame the way you engage the classroom material.
- 4. What are benefits of doing MBA?25.01.18More
There are many good reasons for which it is worth studying for an MBA:
Doing an MBA degree not only gives the graduate better career opportunities , but higher salaries also go hand in hand with this program. Due to the graduate’s qualification, his or her chances of finding a top level management job are much higher.
2. Networking Opportunities
Students who are currently studying an MBA program will have greater business networking opportunities. Many universities allow you to get to know or interact with professionals that have on-field experience.
3. New job positions are open to you.
When you earn your MBA, the number of positions that are available to you rises dramatically. Three-quarters of employers say that they plan to hire MBA graduates in 2016, while ninety-two percent are increasing the number of MBA internships that they offer.
4. Your professional skills improve.
One of the key benefits of an MBA is that it improves your theoretical and practical knowledge of how businesses operate. A key component of success in business, or any endeavor for that matter, is having a compliment of “soft skills,” such as communication, teamwork, and leadership.
- 5. What is the scope of an MBA in finance in the future?25.01.18More
Finance is one of the most sought after specialization of MBA. A big community of students is attracting with this specialization.It is one of the oldest disciplines of management courses.
Benefits of MBA in Finance course:
- You can initially join as a trainee or finance manager in various companies.
- You can opt organizational jobs for preparing financial reports or managing investment activities.
- After completing this course, you can also go for the further research studies.
Students, who have done MBA in finance, have lots of job opportunities in government and the private sector. He/she can be a part of the stock market, top-notch organization, finance ministry and related organizations. They can also work in banking and non-banking sectors too. They can work anywhere in the corporate world. Every industry has a need for financial expert for maintaining the balance of capital.
- 6. How to select your area of specialization for MBA?25.01.18More
Knowing each specialisation in a better way will help you in this.Let’s have a look at each specialisation:
If your interest lies in market research or advertising or sales or if you would like to work in IT sales,media or marketing of various services then an MBA in Marketing will give you chance to explore jobs in these sectors.
MBA in finance will get you to know about how the financial world functions and how to apply various financial theories to solve problems in business world.
3.Human Resource Development
If you are good with people and are skilled with words then you can choose this as your area of specialization.This specialization provides you with ability to manage employees and execute work aspects like recruitment, selection, training and development, etc.
If you have mechanical ability and prefer to work with objects, machinery and tools then you should choose Operations Management for specialization.
Specialisation in this would help you in gaining the technical knowledge of emerging technologies in the IT field.You would be made aware of certain areas which include systems analysis, network security, data analytics, supply chain management, e-business etc.
- 1. What are the job opportunities after graduating in Hotel Management?25.01.18More
There are many exciting jobs opportunities for hotel management graduates with the increasing competition in the hotel industry.
Apart from jobs in Hotels and restaurants, hotel management diploma holders /graduates can find good jobs in:
- Airline Catering (flight kitchen) and Cabin Services
- Club management
- Cruise Ship Hotel Management
- Hospital administration and catering
- Hotel and Tourism Associations (for eg: state tourism development corporations)
- Hospitality services in the Indian Navy
- Hospitality services in various MNCs
- Forest Lodges
- Guest Houses, resorts
- Kitchen Management (in hotels or running canteens in college, schools, in factories, company guest houses etc.)
- Catering departments of railways, banks, armed forces, shipping companies etc.
- Hotel and catering institutes (as a management trainee/ marketing or sales executive)
- Self employment (as an entrepreneur)
- 2. What is the career scope of hotel management?25.01.18More
The major job fields in the hospitality sector include Hotels, resorts, fast food chains, restaurants, etc. A hotel management professional can be employed in any of the above mentioned fields. The hotel management field is always been a hot career options among the students, with the globalization more and more hotel industries are expanding their business to the global markets. This has created a huge demand of hotel management professionals.
One can join this course because of its large scope in other countries also. Students wish to do this course to make their career abroad.
- 3. What are the job roles or designations offered to a hotel management graduate?25.01.18More
Below are some of the job designations offered to a hotel management graduate:
- Kitchen Stewarding Supervisor
- Assistant Manager/Restaurant Manager
- Guest Relation Executive (GRE)
- Assistant Manager Administration
- Assistant Guest Delight Manager
- Front Office Manager
- Restaurant Captain
- Housekeeping Associate/Team leader
- 4. What is the average salary of a hotel manager?25.01.18More
The salary in this field depends upon the organization in which you are working and your job profile. If you are working with the five-star hotel chains then the starting salary could be anything around Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000 per month. After some experience the salary could be anywhere between Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 45,000 per month.
- 1. What are the career options after LLB?25.01.18More
There are plenty of opportunities available to Law graduates.The aspiring individuals can work as attorney General, judges, public, prosecutor etc. They can also grab opportunities at the fields of defense, tax and labor departments. There are also scope in working as legal advisers for various organizations.One can also work as legal publisher, law reporter, and litigator.
- 2. What are the job prospects of a law degree?25.01.18More
When it comes to job prospects, for a law graduate there are plenty of opportunities. Some of the career options after LLB are:
- Practising as an advocate in the court of law.
- Practising with Corporate firms.
- Working as an legal adviser for various organisations.
- Working as a Solicitor general or Public Prosecutor or Offer services to government department and ministries.
Big Firms like, E&Y, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC hire lawyers for working in their tax divisions. They also offer salary packages ranging from 6-8 Lakhs.
One point should always be taken care of before opting for LLB college or course, to check if your college or course is certified with Bar council of India or not
- 3. What are some good reasons for getting a law degree?25.01.18More
- Wide Selection of Career Options
The benefits of being a lawyer include being able to select from a wide variety of career options in the public and private sector.
- Financial Rewards and Emotional Rewards
Among the many benefits of being a lawyer, the financial rewards and emotional rewards are at the top of most college bound students seeking to study law. Lawyers have the opportunity to earn a lucrative income.
- Mental Stimulation and Intellectual Challenges
One of among many benefits of being a lawyer is the mental stimulation and attorney experiences when working through complex legal theories, statutes and case law to find a solution to a legal question.
- 4. How does one get a law degree?25.01.18More
If you are still a school student (studying in class 11 or 12), you can take the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and do a 5 year B.A LL.B course from one of the 16 National Law Universities (NLUs).If you are already a graduate, then you can go for 3 year law course.
- 1. What is the future after B.ED.?25.01.18More
Once you have completed the course, you can go for the master courses in this field like M.Ed (Master of Education) offered by various institutions of India. With B.Ed degree you can work in Schools, Education Department, Coaching Centers, Education consultancies, home and private tuitions, etc. You can also open your own coaching institutions where you can provide tuitions to the students.
- 2. Is B.Ed necessary for teaching?25.01.18More
The B.Ed. degree is mandatory for teaching at the secondary (classes 9 and 10) and higher secondary (10+2 or classes 11 and 12).
- 3. Can I do M.Ed without a B.Ed?25.01.18More
One can only pursue M.Ed after graduating in B.Ed.The candidate need to have at least 55% marks in their B.Ed course.
- 4. What is the scope of B.Ed?25.01.18More
After pursuing B.Ed you will get a permanent, temporary, part-time or full-time teaching job as per your interest. With B.Ed degree you can work in Schools, Education Department, Coaching Centers, Education consultancies, home and private tuitions, etc.The salary depends upon the post you are holding in the school.
Apart from teaching in schools, you can open your own coaching institutions where you can provide tuitions to the students. This will only improve your teaching skills and knowledge but also enable you to earn more.
- 5. What are the requirements for a B.Ed?25.01.18More
- Students must have done BA (Bachelor of Arts), B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce), B.Sc (Bachelor of Science) or any other graduation level degree from any recognized university or college.
- Students should have obtained at least 50% marks in graduation level.
- You can also join B.Ed degree after pursuing a master’s degree.