Why should graduates go to career counselor?

Have you ever wondered what makes you a good future employee? We do. We have come up with Career Counseling test for budding professionals.

Many graduates are confused about field of interest that they should take. While many chase money, only few care to find their area of interest. Finding your interest with conventional methods may take a lot of time. Many get frustrated and start chasing money. In this endeavor, they think that their English, Mathematics and loads of degrees, will fetch them a good job. They are wrong. There are various other aspects that the employer looks forward to have in an employee. For the employer it’s about hiring the person who will best fit the job; from a skills, intelligence, personality and cultural perspective.

  1. What do I get out of that?

Career testing results provide a behavioral profile of you – your interests (Personality test) and level of skills (aptitude tests). Interests depend on natural bent towards a particular field whereas, skills indicate what field you will be able to perform. Comparison of two helps you take an informed decision about overall job profile that you may handle. The profile will indicate whether you can solve problems, are you a team player or whether you prefer to work individually, and other relevant attributes.

  1. Make sure you are in relaxed state

You need to be at your best to produce meaningful results in these testing. Tiredness or uneasiness is likely to severely damage your scores in the Personality or Aptitude tests. Peaceful mind is capable making sound judgments and take right decisions. Make sure you are well rested and try to take decent breaks in between aptitude tests to ensure you regain your energy.

  1. Don’t Practice. Be yourself.

Unfamiliar advice? Right? Familiarizing yourself with the typical content and format of psychometric tests won’t give you any advantage. In fact, it has been observed that test taker becomes biased especially in Personality Test in order to tilt results in line with preconceived notions. Be yourself. We know that’s the easiest advice to give and hardest to follow. Attempt to follow this advice during, would definitely help you get genuine results

  1. It’s better to give online exams, rather than getting online in social media.

We administer our Career Tests online, and therefore, attempting this test in relaxed mind becomes really easy. It is important that you don’t take any assistance and be honest. After all, results predict your interest and your skills in great details. External help may hamper quality of the results.

So are you ready for the test? Just click here and try for yourself.

Pharmacy as a career option after 12th

Pharmacy is the science and technique of preparing and dispensing drugs. It is a health profession that links health sciences with chemical sciences and aims to ensure the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs.

The scope of pharmacy practice includes more traditional roles such as compounding and dispensing medications, and it also includes more modern services related to health care, including clinical services, reviewing medications for safety and efficacy, and providing drug information. Pharmacists, therefore, are the experts on drug therapy and are the primary health professionals who optimize use of medication for the benefit of the patients.

How do I know I am interested in Pharmacy?

This is a question we ask our students to ponder upon first. For choosing any field, you must be interested in that field. You should not enter into a field, because of peer pressure or parent’s insistence. So, how would you know if you are interested in Pharmacy?

Our advice would be to go visit a Pharmacist or a Production unit. Look at the typical day of Pharmacy. Talk to people. Ask them why do they like their jobs? This exercise will give you insights into what you may have to do for about 35 years of your life. Are you ready?

In addition to visit to your future workplace taking psychometric test is best way to judge your career options. It will help you understand your skills, preferences and personality types. Methods like Mayer’s Bragg Testing are statistically proven and can be easily read. For counselling you may think of the person with industry experience.

What is the scope?

  • Teaching – B Pharm – First Class students are eligible to teach as lecturers in the D Pharm programme, here as M Pharm, First Class students can get a lecturer’s job in pharmacy degree colleges. It takes about 5 years to reach the grade of Sr. lecturer and about 10 years to become Assistant Professor and about 12 years to become Professor or a Principal of a college. While in teaching profession they can do research in pharmaceutical field and strive to become a well-known Research Scientist.
  • Pharmacist – Being in the health-related field, the B Pharm graduate can be Health-system Pharmacist or Hospital Pharmacist or Community Pharmacist.
  • Quality Assurance Health Manager– The Pharmacy graduate can play an important role in the development of clinical care plans, can investigate adverse medication events and in some cases can suggest preventive measures. He can play a key role in spreading awareness amongst the people about AIDS and the preventive measures to be taken.
  • Medical Transcription – The B Pharm graduate can work with medical practitioners to maintain the patient treatment history, the drug to which he/she is allergic etc.
  • Analytical Chemist of Quality Control Manager – The pharmacy graduate can play a crucial role in controlling product quality. The drug and the Cosmetics Act (1945), Rules 71(1) and 76(1) says that the manufacturing activity should be taken up under the supervision of a technical man whose qualification should be B Pharm, B Sc, B Tech or medicine with Bio-Chemistry.
  • Sales and Marketing – Ambitious achievers with pleasant personality and good communication skills can opt for the job of Medical Sales Representative. The companies prefer pharmacy graduates for this job, as they have a good knowledge about the drug molecules, their therapeutic effects and the drug – drug interactions.
  • Clinical Research- B Pharm/ M Pharm degree holders can take up career in clinical research. The human testing phase is called the clinical trial. A pharmacist can work as clinical research associate or clinical pharmacist and can rise to the position of project manager. The clinical research associate plays an important role of monitoring and overseeing the conducts of clinical trials, which are conducted on healthy human volunteers. They have to see that the trials meet the international guidelines and the national regulatory requirements.
  • Data Manager – A pharmacist can seek employment as “Data Manager” to store the data in the computer and process it using software developed for the purpose.
  • Regulatory Manager – A pharmacy graduate can work as “Regulatory Manager”(RM) in companies and contract research organisation. As an RM he has to oversee regulatory documentation such as Clinical trial approval permission, marketing approval permission etc.
  • Career in Regulatory bodies- A Pharmacist can be absorbed in the Regulatory bodies like Food and Drug Administration. Pharmacist having experience in clinical trial centres can also work as an inspector to inspect the clinical trial process. For these government jobs the student needs to appear and pass the MPSC examination.

How much salary would I get?

Freshers in Pharmacy may fetch average salary of about Rs. 1,81,755/- per annum. Once you are into this industry, career growth entirely depends on your knowledge, skills and communication skills. After joining the industry, within a period of three years, most of the people may fetch salary of about Rs. 6,00,000/- per annum. (Figures are indicative and may vary from College to college)

Entrance Exams

Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (http://www.gpatonline.com)

BITS Admission Test (http://bitsadmission.com/bitsatmain)

Maharashtra Master Of Pharmacy Common Entrance Test (http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/)

National Institute Of Pharmaceuticals Education And Research Joint Entrance Examination (http://www.niper.ac.in/)

Career Options in Arts

Lately, people have been asking us about various career options in Arts. We have summarized results of our journey in a very simple chart as follows. It gives brief view about most of the professions in Arts.

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Career Options in Arts

We hope it helps. Your comments are always welcome.

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering as a career

This blog is about one of the options a student in 10th and 12th has. It talks about how 10th pass out students can choose their careers. It also talks about courses after 12th.

This branch of Engineering, famously abbreviated as E&TC, combines two different disciplines elevating its own relevance in modern India. Electronics Engineering utilizes design of Electronic circuits, devises and systems. Telecommunication utilises these devices and systems for communication over large distances in the world.

E&TC emerged on the horizon in the late nineteenth century with the advent of telegraphs. In early twentieth century, radios and telephones fuelled in the research in this field. People were attracted to radio by the technical fascination it inspired, first in receiving and then in transmitting.

Career as an E&TC engineer can be a very exciting in India. In India, you can be start working as an E&TC Engineer after B.E./B.Tech. In order to get into one of these courses you must have 10+2. In addition, in most of the colleges you must qualify Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). You may apply for direct second year admission in B.E. after completing Diploma in E&TC Engineering.

How would I know, I am Interested in this field?

This is a question we ask our students to ponder upon first. For choosing any field, you must be interested in that field. You should not enter into a field, because of peer pressure or parent’s insistence. So, how would you know if you are interested in Electronics and Tele-communication?

Our advice would be to see around you. You are surrounded by tons of electronic gadgets used for tele-communication. Do you like them? Do you ever wonder how TV’s work? How radio waves travel? How can I see same YouTube video on my phone and on my desktop? If the answer is yes. Its worth considering. Also, if you are in India, finding a person who is working in E&TC is is not that difficult. Discuss with them about their typical day at work. Ask them why do they like their jobs? What skills they think are important in order to pursue career in this field? These discussions may give you insights into what you may have to do for about 35 years of your life. Are you ready?

In addition to visit to your future workplace taking psychometric test is best way to judge your career options. It will help you understand your skills, preferences and personality types. Methods like Mayer’s Bragg Testing are statistically proven and can be easily read. For counselling you may consider the counsellor with industry experience.

What is the scope?

After completing Engineering course in E&TC you may land up in one of the following jobs?

Signal Processing

It deals with the analysis and manipulation of signals. Signals can be analogous or digital.

Telecommunication Engineering

It deals with the transmission of information across a channel such as a co-axial cable, optical fibre or free space. You may picture working for companies like Vodafone.

Control Engineering

It has a wide range of applications from the flight and propulsion systems of commercial airplanes to the cruise control present in many modern cars. It also plays an important role in industrial automation.

Computer engineering

This field includes the micro controller and its applications. Computer engineers may also work on a system’s software. However, the design of complex software systems is often the domain of software engineering, which is usually considered a separate discipline.

How much salary should I expect?

Freshers in E&TC Engineering may fetch average salary of about Rs. 2,94,272/- per annum. Once you are into this industry, career growth entirely depends on your knowledge, skills and communication skills. After joining the industry, within a period of six years, most of the people may fetch salary of about Rs. 9,00,000/- per annum. (Source: Payscale.com)

Entrance Exams

From last three years, most of the institutes in India have subscribed to Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Apart from IITs and NITs, engineering colleges in the States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Odisha have joined JEE (Main) system.

In order to perform well in this exam, start your preparation early.

Chemical Engineering as a career

Chemical Engineering as a career

At the start of twentieth century profession of Chemical Engineers got recognition. They deal with natural (or experimental) sciences (e.g. chemistry and physics) and life sciences (e.g. biology, microbiology and biochemistry) together with mathematics and economics to produce, transform, transport, and properly use chemicals, materials and energy.

Modern chemical engineers are concerned with processes that convert raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. The clothes we wear, the food and drink we consume and the energy we use all depend upon chemical engineering. They are also concerned with pioneering valuable materials and related techniques – which are often essential to related fields such as nanotechnology, fuel cells and bioengineering.

In India, you must earn B.E./B.Tech from an engineering college to become Chemical Engineer. Basic eligibility to apply for these courses is 10+2 and Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). While JEE is widely accepted in India, you must verify locally if it is accepted in your state.

How would I know, I am interested in Chemical Engineering?

This is a question we ask our students to ponder upon first. For choosing any field, you must be interested in that field. You should not enter into a field, because of peer pressure or parent’s insistence. So, how would you know if you are interested in Chemical Engineering?

Our advice would be to go visit a chemical engineering plant or laboratory. Talk to people related to the field about their daily routines, challenges they face, skills they feel are necessary for success. You may also visit the colleges in your city with Chemical Engineering Department. They can help you in introducing you to the branch. You may also search online for communities related to Chemical Engineering. These efforts may give you insights into what you may have to do for about 35 years of your life. Are you ready?

In addition to visit to your future workplace taking psychometric test is best way to judge your career options. It will help you understand your skills, preferences and personality types. Methods like Mayer’s Bragg Testing are statistically proven and can be easily read. For counselling you may consider the counsellor with industry experience.

What is the scope?

After completing four years B.E./B.Tech courses you may join one of the following pursuits:

Biochemical Engineering

It mainly deals with the design and construction of unit processes that involve biological organisms or molecules, such as bioreactors. Its applications are in the petrochemical industry, food, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and water treatment industries.

Chemical Process Modelling

It typically involves using purpose-built software to define a system of interconnected components, which are then solved so that the steady-state or dynamic behavior of the system can be predicted.

Computational Fluid Dynamics

It is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows. Computers are used to perform the calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions. With high-speed supercomputers, better solutions can be achieved.

Environmental Engineering

It is integration of sciences and engineering principles to improve the natural environment, to provide healthy water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to clean up pollution sites.

Gasification

It is a process that converts organic or fossil fuel based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide.

Hydrocarbon Exploration

 It is the search by petroleum geologists and geophysicists for hydrocarbon deposits beneath the Earth’s surface, such as oil and natural gas.

Oil Refinery

An oil refinery or petroleum refinery is an industrial process plant where crude oil is processed and refined into more useful products such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas.

Process Engineering

Process engineering focuses on the design, operation, control, and optimization of chemical, physical, and biological processes.

How much salary should I expect?

Freshers in Chemical Engineering from an average college may fetch average salary of about Rs. 1,56,000/- per annum. Once you are into this industry, career growth entirely depends on your knowledge, skills and communication skills. After joining the industry, within a period of few years, most of the people may fetch salary of about Rs. 4,82,000/- per annum. (Source: Payscale.com)

Entrance Exams

From last three years, most of the institutes in India have subscribed to Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Apart from IITs and NITs, engineering colleges in the States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Odisha have joined JEE (Main) system.

In order to perform well in this exam, start your preparation early.

Computer Engineering as career options

Computer Engineering as a career

Computer Engineering has become one of the core branches of Engineering in modern times, one of the most popular in India. It has seen more innovation than any other branches of Engineering. Careers in Computer Engineering can be very exciting considering ever increasing role of computers in our lives.

In India, you can be start working as Computer Engineer after B.E./B.Tech or BCA/MCA. In order to get into one of these courses you must have 10+2. In addition, in most of the colleges you must qualify Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). You may apply for direct second year admission in B.E. after completing Diploma in Computer Engineering.

How would I know, I am interested in Computer Engineering?

This is a question we ask our students to ponder upon first. For choosing any field, you must be interested in that field. You should not enter into a field, because of peer pressure or parent’s insistence. So, how would you know if you are interested in Computer Engineering?

Our advice would be to go visit an IT professional. If you are in India, finding a person who is working with an IT company is not that difficulty. Discuss with them about typical day of a Computer Engineer. Ask them why do they like their jobs? What skills they think are important in order to pursue career in this field? These discussions may give you insights into what you may have to do for about 35 years of your life. Are you ready?

In addition to visit to your future workplace taking psychometric test is best way to judge your career options. It will help you understand your skills, preferences and personality types. Methods like Mayer’s Bragg Testing are statistically proven and can be easily read. For counselling you may consider the counsellor with industry experience.

What is the scope?

IT sector in India has plenty of jobs for fresh computer science graduates. Candidates from top notch engineering colleges however get attractive job offers from MNC IT companies in comparison to not so known engineering colleges. According to recent survey, candidates with sound Field Knowledge and good communication skills do not face problem in getting a job, irrespective of their college. Computer engineers can get jobs in non-IT companies like universities, research, private and public industries, government departments, business organisations, commercial organisations and the manufacturing sector, etc.

In general, you may find jobs in following sectors of Computer Engineering:

Coding, cryptography, and information protection

Computer engineers work in Coding, Cryptography, and Information Protection to develop new methods for protecting various information, such as digital images and music, fragmentation, copyright infringement and other forms of tampering.

Communications and wireless networks

Those focusing on communications and wireless networks, work advancements in tele-communications systems and networks (especially wireless networks), modulation and error-control coding, and information theory.

Compilers and operating systems

This specialty focuses on compilers and operating systems design and development. Engineers in this field develop new operating system architecture, program analysis techniques, and new techniques to assure quality.

Computational science and engineering

According to the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center, individuals working in this area, “computational methods are applied to formulate and solve complex mathematical problems in engineering and the physical and the social sciences”. Examples include aircraft design using Computer aided Engineering

Computer networks, mobile computing, and distributed systems

In this specialty, engineers build integrated environments for computing, communications, and information

Computer systems: architecture, parallel processing, and dependability

Engineers working in computer systems work on research projects that allow for reliable, secure, and high-performance computer systems. Projects such as designing processors for multi-threading and parallel processing are included in this field.

Computer vision and robotics

In this specialty, computer engineers focus on developing visual sensing technology to sense an environment, representation of an environment, and manipulation of the environment.

Embedded systems

Individuals working in this area design technology for enhancing the speed, reliability, and performance of systems. Embedded systems are found in many devices from a small FM radio to the space shuttle.

Integrated circuits, VLSI design, testing and CAD

This specialty of computer engineering requires adequate knowledge of electronics and electrical systems. Engineers working in this area work on enhancing the speed, reliability, and energy efficiency of next-generation very-large-scale integrated (VLSI) circuits and microsystems.

Signal, image and speech processing

Computer engineers in this area develop improvements in human–computer interaction, including speech recognition and synthesis, medical and scientific imaging, or communications systems.

How much salary should I expect?

Freshers in Computer Engineering may fetch average salary of about Rs. 2,46,360/- per annum. Once you are into this industry, career growth entirely depends on your knowledge, skills and communication skills. After joining the industry, within a period of six years, most of the people may fetch salary of about Rs. 9,00,000/- per annum. (Source: Payscale.com)

Entrance Exams

From last three years, most of the institutes in India have subscribed to Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Apart from IITs and NITs, engineering colleges in the States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Odisha have joined JEE (Main) system.

In order to perform well in this exam, start your preparation early.

Mechanical Engineering as a career

Mechanical Engineering is one of the most oldest and celebrated branch of Engineering. Contribution to Mechanical Engineering can be traced to Ancient Greece when Archiemedese formed basis for Western Mechanics.

Today Mechanical Engineering is one of the most vibrant and omnipresent branch of Engineering. Practically every company that designs and produces a product employs a mechanical engineer. But mechanical engineers can also be found in research labs, the military, government, and in other professions such as medicine, law or teaching. Most mechanical engineering jobs require design experience. When a need comes about for a new or improved product, companies call upon mechanical engineers to do the job. Engineers have to push beyond the limits of their previous work and use innovative technology to meet project requirements successfully.

Having stated all legends about Mechanical Engineering, next big question is

How do I know I am interested in Mechanical Engineering?

This is a question we ask our students to ponder upon first. For choosing any field, you must be interested in that field. You should not enter into a field, because of peer pressure or parent’s insistence. So, how would you know if you are interested in Mechanical Engineering?

Our advice would be to go visit a workshop or Design Studio or a Production unit. Look at the typical day of Mechanical Engineer. Talk to people. Ask them why do they like their jobs? This exercise will give you insights into what you may have to do for about 35 years of your life. Are you ready?

In addition to visit to your future workplace, taking psychometric test and Career Counselling are best ways to judge your career options. They will help you understand your skills, preferences and personality types. Methods like Mayer’s Bragg Testing are statistically proven and can be easily read. For counselling you may think of the person with industry experience.

What is the scope?

Mechanical Engineers have a wide scope. They find jobs in virtually all industries.

  • Automotive engineer:Mechanical engineers design many car parts for the automotive industry. As an automotive engineer, you could solve transportation and safety problems by creating better and more efficient engines or by developing improved safety features
  • Biomedical engineer:Mechanical engineers work with a variety of medical professionals to design mobility aids, prosthetics, and artificial organs.
  • Consulting:Once mechanical engineers have gained significant on-the-job experience and developed a high level of expertise, they might choose to work for themselves as consultants or independent contractors. Here they can work on projects of their choosing for clients they respect. The consulting field offers opportunities in large and small engineering service firms and in private practice.
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) engineer: In this field, engineers design refrigeration systems for making frozen foods, or air-conditioning and heating systems for businesses and industrial buildings, residential homes, autos, hospitals, and schools.
  • Nuclear engineer: The design of nuclear power plants requires the services of a mechanical engineer. The engineer must understand the fundamentals of nuclear design, know how to operate the plant efficiently, and evaluate the environmental factors associated with nuclear plants.
  • Robotics engineer:A mechanical engineer may design machines that build other machines. For instance, a robotics engineer may be involved with creating the devices that are used in assembling automobiles. Engineers are concerned with the robot’s structure, its joint mechanisms, bearings, and heat transfer characteristics.
  • Teaching:A desire to help mould the next generation of engineers motivates some mechanical engineers to move into academic careers. Engineers in colleges oversee research activities, manage laboratories, and mentor students. They also write and publish books and technical papers about mechanical engineering.

How much salary would I get?

Average salary for Indian Mechanical Engineer is about Rs. 3,56,698/- per annum (payscale.com). Salary depends on many factors. Foremost of all is the college you pass out from. Other factors may include your passing marks, career objective etc.

Entrance Exams

From last three years, most of the institutes in India have subscribed to Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Apart from IITs and NITs, engineering colleges in the States of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Odisha have joined JEE (Main) system.

Last date for Application for JEE 2015: 26th December, 2014

Exam Date for Engineering (Paper 1, offline): 4th April 2015

Exam Date for Engineering (Paper 1, online): 10th and 11th April 2015

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How to choose your career?

Career Counselling

Deciding career is one of the toughest jobs. Career counselling services help for sure but, there are few tips you can try home first. In this blog we are going to discuss about process that you can use to arrive at suitable career. In order to do that, students or parents need to ask few questions. Writing down answers with detailed explanation will help for sure.

In Indian context 10th and 12th standard exams are most important. Conventionally students make or break their careers at this juncture. Many are judged and labelled for lifetime based on results. It is not only exam of students but of their teachers, parents and siblings too. Exams would be over within two months from now, and question of lifetime would drop in, “What should I do now?” after the exams. Many parents guide their children towards conventional courses which parents are well informed about or they may suggest non-conventional courses based on success story they might have listened in their offices. Some students, rush towards their teachers, who no doubt have enormous subject knowledge, but may not been exposed to other fields.

What’s your dream?

Everybody has dream right from Martin Luther King to your Dudhwala. Given a chance everyone sees himself into a role. It can be anything: Engineer, Doctor, Police Inspector, Pharmacist, Marketing, Businessman, Defense person, Finance Guru, Teacher, Artist or Sportsperson. Write this dream down along with reasons, you have that dream. Reason can be “My father is an Engineer that’s why…” or “I think pilots have glamorous life-style and I want it too…” or “I always wanted to be a doctor because human body seems so simple and yet it is so complex”. Don’t judge your reasons. They will be really helpful in final analysis.

Have you checked your interest?

When was the last time you studied physics because you really liked it and not to crack a JEE question? Start listing down your interests. Your dreams and interests are different. Your dream is in future whereas your interest is in present. You enjoy pursuing your interests. List these interests too. They can be studying a subject thoroughly, talking to people what you read about, analysing things around you or observing people. You could also note down whether you like to work alone or in groups. This will help you narrow down not only courses but job types you may choose in future.

Based on answers to two questions, you will be able to judge your career vaguely. We are saying vaguely because there are few things you need to know about that career. Our suggestion is list two to three career options based on answers to these questions.

Are you informed?

Once you decide to go for a particular career, start collecting all relevant information. Relevant information most importantly consists of what are you going to do for next forty years of life. Getting through the course is one thing but pursuing the career for lifetime is altogether different. List down qualities, you will need to have for performing that job, over a sustained period of time. It can also give you an idea which qualities you should work on in case you decide to go for same career. For instance, you want to be a pilot, because you love glamorous lifestyle. In your interests you not down that you love airplanes and for your age your knowledge is surprisingly high. At the same time you note down that you like to work alone. Be alarmed. Pilot needs to work with people. There are people on ground and in air co-ordinating with him. Work on interpersonal skills.

Answers to these questions would clear your vision to great extent. Still there are few things to sort out.

What do you have currently?

After getting your career, likings and qualities required to pursue that career, it’s time for realistic check. Show the list to your parents, teachers, friends and people you think, can guide you. Most probably these people might have known you from many years. Discuss with them if a particular career is good for you. Consider getting your own SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis done. Go through your qualities and qualities required in that career, with their guidance. Match them. See what skills you need to learn. If the gap between two is too wide that’s when other two options we suggested previously come handy.

Also, research institutes which provide suitable courses; their curriculum and most importantly finances. By no means, we are suggesting that you should back out in case your financial condition is not good, we are suggesting you, to look for the options like loans and payoff periods after getting the job.

Are you well prepared for the entry?

Once you figure answers to aforementioned questions, start preparing for the exams. Most of you would be aware about your capabilities. Prepare a fool-proof plan accordingly. Discuss it with your advisors, parents and teachers. They can help you strategise for the entrance exams based on your strength and weaknesses.

In case, you are confused and haven’t got anything on your sheet, you should think of an option of career counselling. Career counsellor can help by giving you few tests and try to find out your interests, your skills. He can also guide about colleges, based on your interests, skills and financial conditions. Our suggestion, while choosing your Career Counsellor would be, to choose based on his experience in real life than his counselling experience alone. Counselling experience is always handy, but in times, when there are so many types of careers to choose from, real life experience counts more.

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