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Hi Reena,

You are already perusing a diploma that a good option also. You can do engineering if you like. If not interested in that you can do a BSc or a BCA also.

Best of Luck!
You can do any of these above mentioned course. Tell me your interest as there are plenty of professional courses.You can also go for psychological assessment test conducted by MERA CAREER GUIDE . It will help you in understanding your personality , interest and deciding the best career option for you.... ► Read more
Hi Kanika,

To do courses in Multimedia {Animation and graphic designing} and Air hostess etc you need to pass your 12 the level with any stream. Whether arts or commerce.

Institutes like Arena multimedia, MAAC, ToonSkool,WEBEL Academy etc provide degree and diploma course in multimedia.
For airlines courses you can opt among Frankfinn Institute of Airhostess Training, Air Hostess Academy (A.H.A.), New Delhi,
Inflight Airhostess Training Institute (I.A.H.T.I.), New Delhi, Jettwings Institute of Air Hostess Training and Management-Guwahati, Indian Aviation Academy, Kingfisher Training Academy etc

Both the mentioned courses are different from each other . So,you have to make a choice depending upon your most interested area.

Good luck

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To do a psychiatric course you need to have science background.You can pursue courses in psychology with taking psychology at your graduation and Pg level.

Difference between a psychiatrist and psychologist.

A psychiatrist is some who deals patients with counseling , therapies and medicines.
A psychologist is some one who deals patients with counseling and therapies. One to one sessions is their main work for dealing with patients.

Mumbai university offers Bachelors , Masters and diploma courses in psychology.

All the best...
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Hi Jassi,

Basic qualification for pilot training is successful completion of 10+2/equivalent with 50% marks in Physics and Maths. The applicant should have completed 17 years of age. The first step in Pilot training is acquiring of Student Pilot Licence (SPL). Thereafter he can start flight training to get Private Pilot Licence (PPL). This includes 60 hours of flying comprising 20 hours of dual flying, 20 hours of solo flying and 5 hours cross country flying. Theoretical examination's have to be passed in subjects like Air Regulation, Navigation, Aviation Meteorology, Aircraft and Engines, After PPL another 190 hours of flying training is required for Commercial Pilot's Licence (CPL) i.e., a consolidated 250 hours of flying training.

Candidates wishing to enter the navigational and engineering fields of Merchant Navy need to complete their B.Sc. degree in mechanical or marine engineering, before they can gain admission to the field. In some cases, students who have completed their 12th with PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) are eligible to join as Deck Cadets. Navigating Officers - Candidates will need to obtain a Certificate of Competency, as per the regulations in India relating to the examinations of Masters and Mates. Conducted by the Ministry of Surface Transport, in association with the Directorate General of Shipping (DGS) Mumbai, the examinations help determine the promotion prospects for the officers.

All the best.
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For commercial pilot you must be 10+2 with maths and physics . As you don't have these subjects so you can contact national institute of open schooling and get the required qualification if you are adamant to become commercial pilot . Educational qualification

Minimum educational qualification for a Student Pilot's Licence and Private Pilot's Licence (PPL) should be class 10 of a recognised Board or its equivalent, and for Commercial Pilot's Licence (CPL), it should be Plus Two with physics and mathematics.

Age limit

The minimum age to join a pilot training course is 16 years and minimum age for issuance of Private Pilot's Licence and Commercial Pilot's Licence is 18 years.

What do you have to accomplish to get a PPL?

*Twenty hours of solo (independently without an instructor in the aircraft) flying, including five hours of cross-country flying. Of this, 10 hours of solo flying should have been completed within a period of 12 months immediately preceding the date of application for the licence.

*A pass in written examination in composite paper (Air Regulation, Air Navigation and Aviation Meteorology) and Technical (General and Specific).

*It takes about 20 to 25 hours of flying before a trainee is found safe to fly solo. Trainee is generally required to fly about 50 hours before he qualifies for PPL. This licence entitles holder to fly the aircraft but not for hire and reward.

What are the tasks to be done to get a CPL?

*200 hours of flying with 100 hours of solo flying. In addition, the trainee is required to pass five written examinations – air regulations, air navigation, aviation meteorology, technical and technical special.

*An average trainee can accomplish this task in a period of 18 months.

*The duration of the course depends upon many factors such as capability of the candidates to cope with the flying techniques, weather conditions, and clearing of the examination con
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.There are different courses for teaching at different levels If you want to teach at pre primary level one can opt for pre primary training. There are many polytechnic and vocational training centres which provide Pre Primary Training. The minimum eligibility remains XIIth pass. These teachers generally need a lot of patience and should be able to deal with kids.

For Primary Teachers – One can go for Diploma in Education or Bachelor in Education. To have effective teaching skills in primary class, one should be able to gel with young minds.

For Secondary and Senior Secondary. Teaching- One needs to have Bachelor of Education with Graduation which is called Trained Graduate Teachers and Bachelor of education with Post Graduation which is called Post Graduate Trained Teachers.Once you do B.ED after graduation you can start searching job . The other qualification increase your job chances.

For being a Lecturer in College or Universities- one needs to clear NET/ SLET exam after post graduation. NET is basically National Eligibility Test which is conducted by both UGC and CSIR. And State Level Test is conducted for the selection at state level.

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Dear Sir,

Thanks for your query.
Youcan pursue any Diploma or Graduate level Course into a Business management through Distance Learning. By which you can be able to pursue your studies along with your Job.

For more details on Course, kindly visit www.psbm.org/DBM.aspx or www.psbm.org/BBA.aspx or you can contact us on 09029966116

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As you want to be statistician you can do B.SC and M.Sc in statistics ,Maths. or even applied statistics. There is no engineering degree required.... ► Read more
Sanjana it is great to do computer course with your studies. IT will be your additional qualification and improve your career prospects. There are courses from 6 moths to 1 year. do see you can balance with your studies and it is also of your interest. Contact your nearest computer training institute like NIIT, APTECH for course. I am giving you list of some courses. If you want to ask about any specific course feel free to ask . The courses are- Six months Short term accounting course and finance Diploma course in Computerised Financial Accounting , Tally course, Advanced Excel course, Diploma in taxation, Diploma in payroll, MS CIT, Computer languages likeJava and .net computer, hardware and networking, web designing or development, animation e.t.c.... ► Read more
Hey Surbhi,

Deciding about ones career is really a tough job and most of the students of your age go through the same dilemma as to what career to choose that would be best suited for them.

First of all the most important thing in choosing a career is your interest. Always go for a career in which you have interest because that will remain with you all through your life and if you don’t have interest in the same it will become a burden for you.
The next important thing is your aptitude. You should possess at least minimum level of aptitude to pursue a career. For all careers there are certain level of aptitudes required like to become a Psychologist one should be high on critical dissection and verbal aptitude.

The next important thing is your skills and personality. You should always opt for a career that suites your personality for example a person who is not social and does not like meeting people will be less successful in a profession like marketing as compared to a person who is social and enjoys meeting people and is comfortable in front of them.

Whatever career you choose for yourself you should research about it like the job that you will be required to do and the nature of work, what you will have to study, what is the scope etc…. and then try and match it up with your interest, aptitude and personality to get a best fit career for yourself.

You can also opt for the Psychometric Career Assessment that MeraCareerGuide.com offers to take better and informed decisions.

Hope this will be of help to you.

Best Wishes!

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