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Both are good option if you do it from good colleges. You also need to show your hard work, interest and talent to make big in either field....
Hi Adnan, I am sure by this time your relative already got the admission ..Where did he get admission .?? Anything good ??
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Hello Gerard,

It varies from state to state.So it depends that you are from which state.But mostly possibility is less for appearing in your 12th again.

If you have any more query write me back.

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Yes ! you atleast need graduation for BPO.

You can go For Bsc IT/CS course . Than further see for MBA IT or MCA.

Universities offering Bsc IT:

# Annamalai university
# Bharathiar University
# Karnataka Open University
# Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University

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Hello Siddhi,

Don’t be confused as to what you need to do. Think what your areas of interests are and then decide what you want to do. This situation is very common between parents and children and even becomes a topic of great tension. But the ultimate decision needs to be taken out. I would suggest that you take up that area of study which you feel you like the most.
As far as Hotel Management is concerned then I would like to tell you that it is a vast industry and is a good career option if one has interest in it. After you graduation you can look for opportunities in the following:-

• Management Trainee in Hotel and allied industry
• Guest/ Customer Relation Executive in Hotel and other Service Sectors
• Kitchen Management/ Housekeeping Management Trainee in Hotels
• Flight Kitchens also offer opportunities for career building
• Executive multi skilled in Fast Food Chains
• Hospital and Institutional Catering Executives
• Faculty in Hotel Management/ Food Craft Institutes( after earning industry work experience)
• Cabin Crew in National and International Airlines
• Catering Officer or Chef in Cruise lines
• Marketing/ Sales Executive in Hotel
• Executive in Tourism Development Corporations and Resort properties
• Self employed entrepreneurs

Best Wishes!
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Hi Tanvi,
Company Secretary has a wide scope in the current industry setup. You could opt for CS foundation course after 12th and take up the graduation in parallel...you save close to 3 years by doing the same. Kindly visit http://www.icsi.edu/ for more details....
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Hi, I believe that doing HSC would be better, as it still keeps the door open for selecting a career. If he does a Diploma, then he has to do engineering per se. In my experience I have seen many Diploma students lagging in Life Skills and exposure than the HSC + Engineering students. Good luck to him for his career!... ► Read more
Dhirendra for engineering degree you need to apply for engineering courses. There are lot of course available in field of programming language like Java, .NET, C, C++ e.t.c. You can also try for B.SC ( IT), BCA, B.SC (computer science) Apart from that you can apply for , NIIT, IIHT, Jetking, Aptech.Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), DOEACC, CMC Limited e.t.c. and find out the courses available . Tell them your education qualification completely. so that the course is one stage ahead of your qualification. Whatever course you do it should have international certification like Cisco, Microsoft, Nortel, Sun Microsystems, Prometric , Juniper e.t.c Visit these sites for getting detail of certification CISCO: www.cisco.com Juniper: www.juniper.com Prometric : www.prometric.com Microsoft: www.microsoft.com Nortel: www.nortel.com Novell: www.novell.com Sun Microsystems: www.sunmicrosystems.com. Feel free to ask further question... ► Read more
Dear Shailesh,

I have already replied to your query.Please check your answer in the following link.
http://www.meracareerguide.com/AQ_Answers.aspx?QID=4593

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Hi.......

As you are concerned with IT field so you can do Bachelors in Information Technology. It provides you lots of opportunities. Graduation is must for every level of education. Bachelor of Information Technology is a 4 year undergraduate course.

You can also do B.Tech or Bachelors of Engineering (BE)in IT degree. As you have diploma so you can directly enter into second sem of engineering.

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Hi

NET is tough but it is not impossible. All those clearing are normal students . Marks in 12th in not matter for NET/SET exam. You need to have 55% in PG to sit for NET exam. What you need is hard work and dedication to study. NET studies should be through and indepth. Concentrated reading and understanding is required. You have ample to time to study. You have to complete your Post Graduation first. Start studying today. What ever you study in B.com and M.com ,study nicely. Because that's all what is there in NET. From 1st year graduation to final year PG.

If your career area is teaching. NET is your root. You can do your Phd afterward. Experience and Qualification will fulfill your Professor dream.

Good Luck
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