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Hi Medico,

Scholarship depends on the College you opt for Medicine.

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Hi,
There are some criteria's to be fulfilled.
1) You must be unmarried.
2) For SSC-short service commission age -should be 19 years and 25 years.
3)For SSC-short service commission degree- in any stream.
4)For CDS ( Combined Defense Services )-to join IMA-age- between 18 to 23 years
5)For CDS ( Combined Defense Services )-to join OTA-age-between 19 to 25 years
6) For CDS Both Academies IMA and OTA-Degree in any stream is required.
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Sahil there are two ways of entry in railways.You can enter through gazetted and non gazetted. As you are currently in 12th you are eligible for non gazetted posts. The exam is taken by Railway recruitment board once in a year and the notification come in leading newspapers. In case of gazet you need to appear for UPSC exam( Indian Railway traffic service, Accounts, personnel service, security service e.t.c ) and get recruited in Railways. To appear in UPSC exam you need to be graduate. I will suggest you to complete your graduation then you will be eligible for lot of government exams like- P0, Civil services and even high studies.After graduation you will get better jobs and career opportunities.Feel free to ask further question.... ► Read more
This is a good course. Indian Institute of Commerce and Trade (IICT), Lucknow is an autonomous and non-profit making institute. It is a very reputed institute.It provides you good job opportunities in future.
Top Recruiting Companies :-

Directorate of Industries & Commerce, Nagaland
Dabur India Ltd.
U.P. Minor Irrigation Department
Bombay Dyeing
International Chemical Corporation
Ranbaxy Laboratories
Punjab National Bank
British Airways
Onida
SSI Ltd., Trivandrum
ICICI Home Finance Co. Ltd.
Central Ware Housing Corp.
Wipro Spectramind and many more….......


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Sahil there is nothing like this course is better than that. It is important that you are confident about your selection of course, ready to do hard work, have interest and also have ability. To make career in statistics you need to study further after B.SC. You might get some job but if you really want to excel then master is minimum qualification. In the field of statistics you have job opportunities as Survey statisticians,Government Operations,Scientific Research,Business ( for prediction of demand or maintaing assets, liabilities),checking the quality of items manufactured in a facility, marketing. ,collect and analyse sports data ,establishing the cause of disease or the factors associated with disease and death ,evaluation of treatment methods and effectiveness of medicines e.t.c
Indian Statistical Service (ISS)- You can also make career in govt. services. Every year the UPSC conducts an All India Level Competitive Examination to fill vacancies in the Indian Statistical Service (ISS). For ISS, Masters degree with Statistics or Mathematical Statistics or Applied Statistics from a recognised university is essential
In general you must be good with collecting datas, analysing them, logical reasoning, good with computers e.t.c
The other reputed organizations employing statisticians include Planning Commission, the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), Institute Of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR), Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), statistical and economic bureaus, institutions associated with soci-economic research, banks and public-sector undertakings.

Look if you are interested then do B.Stats. Even a B.COM student need to go for master course or other qualification like CA, CS, ICWA e.t.c for better career. So find your interest. Most of the course like MBA, CA, CS, ICWA done by B.COM student is also open for you.Indian statistical institute is good institute. You also have other options. Feel free to as
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CFA is a LOT harder than CA or CPA, certainly when it comes to pass rates. But then they're very different things. It really depends on what you want to do. A CA won't help you if you really want to get into front office. CFA probably won't be as useful as a CA if you want to stay in middle or back office. I have a CA, but I'm quite happy to stay in middle office so a CFA won't help my career much.

The CA has definitely helped me in my career. Not so much the network, but the CA qualification opens a lot of doors if you work in accounting. Or to put it another way, if you don't have a qualification, a lot of jobs simply won't consider you.


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Participants completing the Two Years Post Graduate Programme in Human Rights may find suitable openings in the following fields :
 
International Organisations including United Nations and its specialised bodies like UNHCR, UNESCO, UNHCHR, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, ILO, UNIFEM, UNDCP etc.
International Bodies like US Aid, Amnesty International, Red Cross, CRY, CARE, Lutheran World Service, YMCA, YWCA, Ford Foundation, IDRC, JICA, NORAD, DANIDA, WFP, Action Aid, Oxfam etc.
 
Legal Aid and other Human Rights Centres under the control of Central and State Governments.
Statutory Bodies like National and State Commissions on Women, Children, Human Rights, Labour, Welfare, Minorities, SC & ST.
Military, Paramilitary and Police Departments.
Panchayati Raj Institutions.
 
Schools, Colleges and Universities including Research Bodies and Centres of Excellence.
District Rural Development Agencies and District Urban Development Agencies.
Human Rights Consultancy Organisations run by Lawyers and Legal Experts.
Correctional Institutions working in the fields of Juvenile Delinquency, Child Abuse, Women Reformation Centres, Prisons, Homes for the Homeless etc.
 
Social Service Organisations like Old Age Homes and Age Care Centres, NGOs working in the fields of Disabled and Handicapped, Orphans, Destitutes, Mentally Retarted, De-addiction etc.
Refugee related Organisations.
 
Self Employment and Entrepreneurial opportunities for establishing rural and urban counselling centres on Human Rights.
 
Establishing NGOs in the fields of Human Rights and Civil Liberties in general and human rights activism, disaster and emergency relief, humanitarian assistance, child, bonded labour, displaced people, drug abuse, conflict resolution, and public interest litigation in particular.
Re-employment opportunities for reti
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Hi ronit,

The college selections depends on the course you are interested in. ISI offers two bachelors courses B.statistics and B.maths.
Where IIT's are the best choice to opt for Btech courses. Would suggest you to decide the courses of your interest and choose college according to that.

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Hi ronit,

Indian statistical institute offers Bachelors in statistics and Bachelors in maths.MS ,Mtech and research program. There are no courses in physics.

You can opt for Physics , Applied physics , Astrophysics etc degree from other universities/institutes. Some are: Delhi university, Carmel college, Mumbai university, Pune university, Anna university, Andra university etc

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