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Hi

You can do PG courses in computer. Such as :

# Web designing
# Animation
# Graphics

You can also do GNIIT course from NIIT . And get into programming .
Check : http://www.niit.com/SERVICES/ITEDUCATIONFORINDIVIDUALS/CAREERCOURSES/Pages/TheGNIITAdvantage.aspx

# Other than this you can opt for career in clinical research:
What is Clinical Research?.
A clinical research is a scientific study of the effects, risks, efficacy and benefits of a medicinal product. These are carried out prior to the release of the medicine in the market. These trials are undertaken at various stages and studies are conducted after the launch of a new product to monitor safety and side effects during large-scale use. Clinical trials are conducted by pharmaceutical companies or contract research organisations (CRO's) on their behalf. It is this sector that is driving the growth in clinical research in India.
Check more:
http://www.meracareerguide.com/clinicalresearch.aspx...
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In my opinion, BAMS is better than BDS in many ways. BAMS doctor is a general practitioner. Look around you, in any city or town we have many big hospitals but very few general practitioners which are most needed for not so serious kinds of ailments. People go to chemists or RMPs due to scarcity of qualified general practitioners. So there is a huge scope for BAMS doctors especially in rural, semi urban and industrial areas. Dental practise in India is not going to follow the western pattern as very few people in a poor country spend money for dental treatment (they prefer tooth extraction).
Yes, they teach sanskrit in the first year only which is not very difficult. The rest of the study is similar to that of MBBS. In fact you will get a knowledge of ayurvedic medicines as well as allopathic. MCI also allows BAMS graduates to practise allopathy....
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Yes you can attempt in jee-2011 with full preparation because it would be your last and final chance to get into the most prestigious college of India.

Just take admission in any engg. college for the time being and prepare well for jee.

All d best in advance!!

Have a nice days.
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VIKASH KUMAR
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Hi rajita,

English has a good career ahead.

English: Career Prospects

A post graduate in English may start his career as a translator/interpreter in media houses, research institutes, industrial houses and government agencies like Ministry of External Affairs and embassies of foreign countries. They can also work as tourist guides in tour and travel agencies or can work independently. There are also ample opportunities for linguists as online content writer, technical translators and decoders. They also can join various jobs available in the field of entertainment, public relation, mass communication, BPO's and KPO's. However, English Graduates and Post Graduates can take up teaching in schools, colleges and universities. They also can start private tutorials and coaching institutes for English language. One can also work as journalist in print media.
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Hi Himanshu,
Pawan Babbar this side from jaipur. presently you are doing PGDM. you can do MBA degree course after this and you can do further couses like EMBA, but you should do any degree course after your graduation. it will be best for your career....
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Dear Nida,

English has been adopted as a major language in all official works. In many Indian states, English has been accepted as the second major medium of instruction in schools and colleges after regional language. In addition to this, the ongoing boom in the Indian economy has further increased world mobility, which in turn, has further widened the scope for English graduates.

A graduate in English may start his career as a translator/interpreter in media houses, research institutes, industrial houses and government agencies like Ministry of External Affairs and embassies of foreign countries. One can also work as tourist guides in tour and travel agencies or can work independently. One also can join various jobs available in the field of entertainment, public relation, mass communication, BPO's and KPO's. However, English language Graduates and Post Graduates can take up teaching in schools, colleges and universities. They also can start private tutorials and coaching institutes for English language.

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