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After your 10th you should consider enhancing your educational qualifications. One of the best approaches while deciding on your subjects/ stream is to opt for or look at doing something that you are good at and would enjoy. Therefore choose the subjects you enjoy as well as which are your strengths. If mathematics and finance interest you then opt for commerce - you can opt for professional courses like Chartered Accountancy (CA), Certified Financial Analyst (CFA), Cost Accountancy (from ICWA), Company Secretary Ship (CS), Stock Broking or MBA. If science interests you then you can pursue engineering, civil aviation, merchant navy, medicine, architecture, etc. On the arts side there are careers like Media, Management, Design, Arts, Psychology, Hospitality, Law or Academics, graphic designing, multimedia, web designing, networking, software, etc. The choice will depend on your individual interests, personality, aptitude, ability, strengths and career goals.

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In very simple terms one can say that there is no stream that is best or is considered a hottest stream weather it is science, commerce or humanities. The most important thing one needs to consider is that whatever we might consider hot stream today, might not remain hot in a few years.

In today’s time there is scope in every field whether it is science, commerce or humanities. One should focus on internal factors like one’s interest, aptitude, skills, values, abilities etc. rather than external factors in choosing a stream or a career. Whatever one opts would become a hot stream for him/her if the person has interest in it and has the caliber to perform with excellence in the same.

Sometimes a student may realize that he or she has ended up opting for a wrong career also. It is of less a problem if the realization comes early as in the first few months when the student is in 11th standard but if the realization of opting for a wrong stream comes after one has completed 11th then it becomes a problem as the school authorities might not let the student change his or her stream. Change of stream also depends on the fact as to from which stream the student is switching to which stream.

For example a student can easily change his/her stream if he/she has science stream, a commerce student can opt for humanities but it is impossible for student who is in humanities to change his or her stream.
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Anita, don't worry this problem is faced by lot of indian women. But you have a decent qualification and with this qualification you can work in home. Contact newspapers, magazines with your written articles. Start writing your blog. There are lot of writing opportunity online. You can also contact your regional FM channels or media channels. Feel free to ask further question.... ► Read more

Yes ,there are institutes offering Msc animal genetics program after Bsc. Some are:Allahabad Agricultural Institute Deemed University , Indian Veterinary Research Institute, National Dairy Research Institute - Karnal, etc

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Robotics !
btw given that you are in IITK, you are bettter off asking the profs in the relevant field in your college. They would definitely know where the academia is heading towards...
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You can take up physics, chemsitry, biology and go in the field of veterinary science (diagnosing, treating and curing the diverse types of diseases in birds and animals) .Veterinary Council of India conducts an 'All India Common Entrance examination' (AICEE) for admission to first year Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) & Animal Husbandry (AH) . Apart from that State Agriculture University at the State level also conduct entrance for same course . Fifteen per cent of the seats in every college are filled through the national-level test and the rest by the state-level test. Now to get into veterinary science and also in best colleges you need to prepare for test . And if you don't want to hard work getting admission through donation( which is definitely not the best way) will be another option . After 10nth you need to complete 2 year of schooling . Generally going through CBSE or state board school are best way as it will also help you in preparation . But if you want to go IB way you can definitely take up that . Apart from that there are also other career option for people who love animals - Take up further studies in Zoology . Make career as kennel owners-build and maintain kennels where dog can be kept , Animal trainers -train animals for riding, security, performance, obedience, or for assisting disabled persons.zookeepers-keepers prepare the diets, clean the enclosures of animals and sometimes assist in raising them .Animal care and service workers-which include animal caretakers and animal trainers-train, feed, water, groom, bathe, and exercise animals, and clean, disinfect, and repair the housing provided. Also groomer for animals who work on appearance for pets. Please be free to ask further question .... ► Read more
Hi neel,

You can apply to various bank exams and vacancies. Start searching for banks and financial companies jobs on various job portals.And the respective company or bank websites.

Teaching is another good option for you.

All the best...
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Hi Dolan,

When did you complete your PG, as in which year, and from which institute?
What kind of job are you looking for? What kind of job profile are you looking for? If you have done the mass comm course say some 10 yrs from now, it would be difficult for you to get a hi-profile job, and you will have to start as a fresher as you dont have any experience in it.

Have you thought about the teaching profession? You can apply in some of the good universities/colleges for the post of a lecturer/professor in the mass comm courses.
Do try in it and let us know for any other help required from our end.

Also, do let us know the answers for the very 1st question I asked you. This would help us to get a better picture of your present condition, and the jobs that you can go forward too.

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HI Shajidha,

Agricultural engineering is the discipline of engineering in agriculture, food and biological systems. Agricultural engineers develop engineering science and technology in the context of agricultural production and processing, and for the management of natural resources. They apply their engineering knowledge and skills to solve problems relating to sustainable agricultural production.

Now coming to the career prospectus of Agricultural engineering :
As an agricultural engineer, you will find job easily in a number of government departments like the irrigation and agricultural department, Dairy Department, and Food Corporation. In addition to this, you can get job in financial institutions and banks too which provide finance to agricultural sector universities or other agricultural education centers.
You can take part in the sales, marketing and servicing of agricultural equipments. You can also work for tube-well borings, irrigation and canal irrigation programs as well as soil conservation projects.
Also you can find job in private sector in companies designing, agro-industrial corporations and manufacturing agricultural machinery. A good number of NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) also have various job for agricultural engineers. You can work as assistant engineers, designers and technical officers.

Best of Luck
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Hi Shajidha,

Agricultural Engineers have bright career prospects. Upon graduating or post-graduating in Agriculture and allied sciences, the options and opportunities of a career are many. State Department of Agriculture recruits Agricultural Engineers as agricultural officers for the development of agriculture in a district. There are also private firms investing money in medicinal crops and plantation crops who generally recruit agricultural engineers. Some agricultural engineers can look towards NGOs working in rural areas.

Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University – B.Tech
Allahabad University (Allahabad Agriculture Institute) – B.Tech
Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya – B.Tech
Chandra Shekhar Azad Agricultural University – B.Tech
Chaudhari Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University – B.Tech
Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vishwavidyalaya – B.Tech, M.Tech
G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology – B.Tech, M.Tech
Gujarat Agricultural Technology, M.Tech
Kerala Agricultural University - B.Tech, M.Tech
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vishwavidyalaya – B.Tech, M.Tech
Marathwada Krishi Vishwavidyalaya – B.Tech
North Eastern Hill University (North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Itanagar) – B.Tech
Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology - B.Tech, M.Tech
Punjab Agricultural University – B.Tech, M.Tech
Rajasthan Agricultural University - BE, ME
Rajendra Agricultural University – B.Tech, M.Tech
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (Two Agricultural Engineering Colleges) – BE, ME
University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad-B.Tech, M.Tech

To select the college it all depends on counseling.

All the best.

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Hi Sajidha,

You have asked this so many times.But the fact is, it depends on the counselling process that you will get seat in Biomedical Engineering or not.It depends on the students who has rank before you.When the opportunity comes to you till then if there is seat then you will get otherwise not.

Now tell me did you attend the counselling?and let me know what happened to you.

Best of Luck...
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