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Prabhansu first decide you want to do part time or correspondence program (in both the option you can work while you are studying) or full time( for this you need to leave your job). So first think are you in position to leave your job. If you decided to go for full time program then you need to sit for CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP. CAT is the toughest among them but if you make it to colleges on basis of your CAT score then you will get better college and also good placement. If you want to take help of coaching institute then go for CAT. Prepare for this and you can prepare for other exam.There are small differences in pattern. Give your best as good score will help you in getting good college. On the basis of score you can make it to good MBA ( Marketing) College also. Instead of thinking what is tough and easy it is better to work hard.Now think and give me reply are you interested in full time , pert time , correspondence then only i can give you name....
Dear Chandan, As you have mentioned you are doing your 3rd year B. Com. and are a financial advisor too, There is no need to upgrade / change your designation.But you should be very confident about your job content with ICICI.... ► Read more
Hi kahini,

Company Secretaries are in great demand in India, in USA, UK and other western countries.As because Companies Act 1956, which has its roots in the Indian legal system and does not have much relevance outside India.

A qualified Company Secretary may however find employment opportunities similar to those available to Business Graduates in either USA, Australia UK or other European countries.

So, India has more opportunities for CS than other countries.

All the best...
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Forget the past, live in present and plan for future. As you have work experience you would be knowing about the functions of different department, if don't then go for different departments and get to know what they need to study, their work and you can also read on internet before deciding. As you have worked in communication company telecom management will be good option but only if you are interested in making career in telecom companies... ► Read more
Hello Ugum, A Post Graduate course requires mandatory completion of UGC Approved Undergraduate degree without which application to any PG Degree/Diploma is invalid. As you have already passed the maximum age limit for courses for graduate degree, you can complete your graduation from distance learning courses offered by organizations like IGNOU. After which you can go for PG degree/diploma course. I would consider, with a good amount of work experience that you have, you can go for vocational/certificate courses offered by various institutes like sikkim manipal, IGNOU or NIIT etc. and can enhance your career. Moreover, you can develop expertise by offering consultancy too. Hope my answer help you in some or other way. Thank you... ► Read more
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@ deepthi mam....!!!!any way i have wasted 2 years...now what my plan is to do B.A(English) and then appear for civils exam as civils was my main aim from 2nd year of inter... ► Read more
Dear Ruchira , It would depend upon how much interest you have to work in your specialization area. The later you add management qualification lesser are the chances of shift in the industry verticals.If you choose to do your MBA between zero to three years of graduation through GMAT / CAT and you get a college of your choice more are the chances you will not be working in your field of specialization in engineering.In my view doing a regular MBA would be more competitive and beneficial than to wait for 6-7 years to add your first management qualification.
Also preparation for MBA and Job Interviews go hand in hand and one needs to analyze the situation depending upon the offers in hand....
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Yes you are eligible for doing MBA after PG diploma .Eligibility criteria to do MBA are:-
You need to have a bachelor's degree (3-year course) or equivalent in any discipline recognised by any Indian University / AICTE as eligible for post-graduate studies.
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Hello friend,
There is huge demand for CS because the number of successful candidates is less than required. According to sources, within ten years, 50,000 CS will be required in India. As a CS, you can either work with a company or you can practice independently.
A qualified CS can earn anything between Rs.25,000 to 50,000 in their initial stage.

The Company Secretary course is divided into three stages
Foundation Programme
Executive Programme
Professional Programme

Graduates from any stream(except fine arts), can enroll directly for the executive Programme.

The last date of registration is 28th of February to appear in the examination conducted same year in the month of December and 31st of August for the examination conducted next year in the month of June.

For further information, please visit

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India,
ICSI House, 22, Institutional Area,
Lodi Road, New Delhi 110003.
Phone-(011) 51504444, 24617321-24, 24644431-32

Website - www.icsi.edu
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It is not without reason that more and more domestic as well as international investors are considering India for property investment. Real estate studies India shows that India has the right environment that offers maximum benefits to the investors. As per real estate studies India, there has been an increase in the mass consumption, the trends are changing the consumption pattern of luxury goods and corporate houses with great purchasing power are also entering into the retail field of real estate.... ► Read more