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MBA is a good option after b.com.But it is always advisable to do MBA after gaining some work experience.Even you can do an Online MBA that lets you to work full time and attend online classes up to your convenience.But you must select the best Online MBA program available,like the one from NIBM Global. Online MBA is gaining wide acceptance now a days....
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After doing Zoology(hons) you can go for teaching profession or you can go for reseach work in the field  like nature, wildlife, enviornment or lab work in the fields of biochemistry, DNA, immuniology, microbiology. any more branches are there it depend on you interest which field you want to select.

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If you have a flair for accounting , & if you have over 50% in Bcom then i suggest that you try your luck in MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING MBA from CIMA-IGNOU , it has huge prospects , alternatively you can do Mcom.... ► Read more
Each career is best, all depends on your skills, talent, and your formal qualification - along with your interests. All the best!... ► Read more
After doing graduation in physics at PG level you can specialise in any of these subjects- astrophysics, astronomy, nuclear physics, geophysics, applied geophysics, solid state physics, and space physics.
Astrophysics, a specialised subject, is one of the better options for higher studies. It is a branch of astronomy that deals with the physics of the universe, including the physical properties of astronomical objects, such as stars and galaxies.Astrophysics deals with the physical properties of celestial bodies and with the interaction between matter and radiation in the interior of celestial bodies and in interstellar space. It can be broken down into observational and theoretical astrophysics. After taking a Master's degree in the subject, do research leading to a Ph.D. to become an astrophysicist or scientist or research officer in the field of space research.

In Kerala, the School of Pure and Applied Physics of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, offers an M.Sc. physics course with astrophysics as a specialisation. Some universities offering M.Sc. Astrophysics/Astronomy courses are:
1.Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 007 (M.Sc. Astrophysics and M.Sc.Astronomy),
2. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Gautami Nagar, Vishnupuri, Nanded - 431 606 (M.Sc. Astrophysics) Integrated Ph.D.
3.The Indian Institute of Science (IISc.), Bangalore
http://www.iisc.ernet.in
( provides an integrated Ph.D.and research facilities leading to Ph.D. in Astronomy and Astrophysics. )
4.The Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore (Astronomy and Astrophysics);
5.Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad (Astrophysics);
.6 The Inter-University Centre for Astronomy & Astrophysics, Pune (Physics, Astronomy & Astrophysics);
7.The National Centre for Radio Astrophysics,
8.Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Pune (Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics);
9.Physical Research Laboratory
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After completing a diploma in ECE one can apply for campus placement. If he/she got placed from placement then they can continue with that. But if they dont have any job at time of passing out. They may fill the forms for B.Tech/Engineering. Also sooner or later diploma holder need to hold a bachelor degree. As diploma can help you till a level. But to get better position/ promotion one must have to finish graduation. So better if you dont have any jonb apply for Engineering course. Pass it with a good score (minimum 70%) and you'll get a placement from college. Still you dont get a campus placement, dont worry, now its the right time, you can search for it and apply for it. You will get a quick response in comparison to a diploma holder.... ► Read more
Although institute have providing diploma in ECE has a good placement, but as you say till now you dont have any Job so you can continue with studies. Two reasons for this, a graduation degree has a much greater weightage then a diploma degree. Also with diploma there are very low chances of promotion, but if have graduation you can get promotions quite easily. So in your case i'll suggest you to appear for Engineering entrance examinations like IIT, AIEEE, or some state level university examinations.... ► Read more
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I suppose within your current organisation, you will have to spend some time across all the departments. If such chance exists, you will get the opportunity to explore your interests while in Sales/marketing department. See, how best you can transform your 'interests' in performance and then plan accordingly.
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A Mass Communication degree will be perfect for for you.If you are not able to do that st graduation level then go for PG . Currently i am telling you colleges at graduation level At graduation level it can be done at- Indraprastha College,Kamala Nehru College,Lady Shri Ram College for Women,Delhi College of Arts and Commerce,Amity School of Communication, Mumbai University.List is indicative . You need to prepare for entrance exams.... ► Read more
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Aerospace engineering is one of the most challenging careers. It deals with new technical developments in the aviation field, space exploration and defense mechanism.
Designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles is what this specialises on.
Manual, technical and mechanical skills are required to become an aerospace engineer.
The Indian aerospace industry is growing rapidly but as compared to the Europe or the United States it is small in size. In India you will most likely be employed in government owned enterprises such as ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation), HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.), NAL (National Aeronautics Labs), etc. The new area of opportunities are emerging as many global airlines operators and aircraft companies planning to open their MRO- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul facilities in India. A lot of prestige is associated with working in these organisations and they attract the top brains in the country.
You could also work for airlines like Air India, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, KingFisher etc. Openings also exist in civil aviation departments as well as the Indian Air Force.
There is no dearth of opportunities for those who wish to work abroad. In fact, a large percentage of engineers at NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States) are Indians. The same is the case with aerospace giants like Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, etc.
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