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SAS Course consist of prepared lecture notes, webinars, live access to teachers for 12 hours a day, hundreds of real life assignments plus sharing of best assignments from classSAS (Statistical analysis system), the world's fastest and powerful statistical package for data analysis. It comprises multi engine architecture for better data management and reporting. SAS training will prepare students for rewarding and very well paying career as SAS analyst, programmer, developer or consultant.
People in the field of SAS is well paid professional . But no one can gurantee you job . IT is you who have to work hard for that . You can try for PG level program along with SAS for better career prospect . In case you don['t get job after training you can keep on applying for job on basis of SAS along with your job that you have got in basis of PG degree. I also want to know what you were doing for all these years- working , unemployed

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MBA will be a better option in your case,because job opportunities are large in case of MBA graduates and building a career after MBA is easier than MA. If you are not able to enroll for a full time MBA,choose the best Online MBA program which allows you to work full time and attent classes as you wish.NIBM is the one of the leading institute in India to provide quality Online MBA programs. They provide 1yr executive MBA for professionals,2 yr online MBA also.They have online MBA programs affiliated with Bharathiar university which is AICTE,UGC,DEC approved.I think NIBM will be a wise option for your online MBA studies.Syllabus of NIBM EMBA meets international standards. for more details visit their website http://nibmglobal.com/... ► Read more
MBA will be a better option always in terms of salary,career progress etc because finding a job after MBA is much easier than MA. If your option is MBA then it would be even better to think of an online MBA degree,because MBA with work experience is an added qualification.But one thing you must take care is to choose the right institute which provides quality MBA degree.NIBM Global is one which i know personally.NIBM is the one of the leading institute in India to provide quality Online MBA programs. They provide 1yr executive MBA for professionals,2 yr online MBA also.They have online MBA programs approved by Bharathiar university,one of the top universities in INDIA.I think NIBM will be a wise option for your online MBA studies. for more details visit their website http://nibmglobal.com/... ► Read more
Hi Riyaa

You can do Economics hons at bachelor's degree level.

Colleges offering Bachelor's hons are:

LSRC-Delhi
Indraprastha College ,delhi
Jesus & Mary College - New Delhi
Rabindra Bharati University - Kolkata
Ramjas College,delhi
H.R College of Commerce & Economics,mumbai
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce ,delhi
St.Alberts College,kochi
Deshbandhu College - New Delhi
St. Xavier`s College - Mumbai
St. Xavier`s College - Kolkata
Delhi School of Economics - New Delhi

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Hi,

You can surely pursue 2 degrees together but only when one is in Regular and the other is done in Distance Mode. You can not pursue 2 courses in regular mode together.

You can pursue M.Ed. only if you have done a B.Ed. as the eligibility criteria for M.Ed. clearly states that one should have done a B.Ed. with not less than 50 % marks.

If you are willing to pursue MA Economics in regular mode then you can do so easily along with M.Ed. in distance mode.

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If you want to make career in the field of economics you can try for graduation and then masters. You will find opportunities in banks, finance department of companies, finacial institutions like finance and investment firms, business journals and newspapers , micro finance, teaching, research,like market research, in equity research in the financial services sector, . You can also apply for Indian Economics Services and Reserve Bank of India... You also have other option in finace field like - B.COM and M.COM, BBA, MBA ( finace) . CA, ICWA, CS e.t.c. You can also apply for field other than finace- BCA and MCA, Hotel Management, Law, Mass communication, B.SC and M.SC IT, B.SC and M.SC computer science, animation and multimedia, study of pure science like maths, physics, chemistry, statistics, psychology, architecture e.t.c. You have got of lot of option. Take up field where you are interested and and is ready to do hard work. To succeed it is important to do thing in which you are interested. If you are not able to find interest on your own you can take up psychological assessment provided my MERA CAREER GUIDE which will help you in understanding your personality, interest ,ability and making a right career decision. Feel free to ask further question
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Please do your Msc/MA in actuarial economics from MSE ( madras school of economics ) in joint collaboration with IGNOU.......i promise your life will be made ......... ► Read more
You can do COMPANY SECRETARY while doing or after doing MBA it will brighten up your career prospectus to a large extent.

As what is not taught in MBA is covered in Company secretary or what ever is left in CS is covered in MBA.

The blend of both is good enough.

Company Secretary can actively participate/ can guide the company in almost all the matter of the company
whether it is financial,legal or management matter of the company.

CS can also guide on the corporate governance,ethics etc

There will be 14/16 subjects in CS.


3 STAGES OF COMPANY SECRETARY

1,FOUNDATION
Eight months programme
fee- 3600/-

2,EXECUTIVE
9 Months programme
fee - 7000/-

3,PROFESSIONAL
15 months
fee – 7750

Admission is open though out the year.examination are held twice a year in june and december.

It is not a regular course and can be done from anywhere in INDIA.

For further information visit website - www.icsi.edu
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Hi arjun,

Job profile for both the career options Btech and Eco hons are different. Now the choice depends on your interest. Which field are you interested to work in.

Btech offers you job in technical filed, research and development, testing etc.Its according to the specialization you choose. Economics offers you job in banking, finance, insurance, stock markets, sales and marketing as well as corporations like consulting firms or government departments.

According to the interested job profile ,you can select your career option.

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style="font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; text-align: -webkit-left; "> Students who read economics can go on to become economists, out of the various professions open to them. The economists are those who research and monitor demand and supply, business trends, employment rates, cost of materials and so on in their attempt to make predictions of the course the economy or businesses are taking and so on.

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style="font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; text-align: -webkit-left; "> A graduate or a postgraduate in economics can find entry-level jobs in banking, finance, insurance, stock markets, sales and marketing and so on. Government enterprises, public sector companies, investment firms, business journals and newspapers are other prospective employers.

style="font-size: 11px; line-height: 15px; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; text-align: -webkit-left; "> The Indian Economics Service (IES) and positions in the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) are excellent options in the government sector. The Union Public Service Commission conducts the IES examination every year. Economics graduates in the 21-30 age group may apply.

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For getting admission in top MBA colleges, you need to give MBa entrance exam CAT, MAT.The list of best MBA institute in India are:-
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
XLRI – Xavier Labour Research Institute, Jamshedpur
ISB – Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
FMS – Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi
Indian Institute of Management, Indore
Indian Institute of Management, Calicut
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai


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