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Hi Asmaa,

You should bet on Jamia Hamdard Univerisity for your postgraduation in bio-technology, they are very establishment brand in bio technology research, however banashathali vidyapeeth also got very good reputation but they have reasearch credit in maths/physics and computer science,


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My choice is MCA. It is more comprehensive and the MCA students are treated equivalent to B.Tech (Comp. Sci) students.... ► Read more
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Animation & gaming is a field where creative team is responsible for creating animations, graphics and audio video in a project and programming team is for developing engines and any type of programing work. You have mentioned that you are doing O level so check out for two things, if you feel you are good in writing codes, you can join programming team (you need to do advance course in programming & learn programming in computer graphics etc) and if you are good in drawing, visualization etc., than you can go for a animation course from any good institute and join creative team.
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Hi Ramya,

What is ur state ranking & which state do u belong. Pls provide these info, so that we can help u in better ways.


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Depends on your career interests. If you want to work in IT industry, better to go for BCA + MCA.... ► Read more
Hi Raja,
You can do masters and Phd in political science and if you want to be a teacher you can do BEd.
Otherwise you can go for research work.
The other option is to appear for civil service Examinations.
There are government jobs relating to political science.
You can work for the media.
You can also work in International organisations and NGO's.

Now it is up to you to decide what you want to do.

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I wnat to inform you that if you want to get haigher eduaction then please try Distance education in India. IPS Meerut is the best institute for distance courses specialy for working people. ...
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According to me if you are in B.Sc. CS, then why do you want to pursue short course in mathematics or related topic. Instead of this, i'll suggest you to apply for some certification course on Linux (Red Hat Certification Course), Java (SCJP and Advance level), .NET (Microsoft certification) or you can go IBM tools certification. All of these certification are value added to your degree and you have a bright career in IT industry. Also i'll suggest you to go for IBM certification course for DB2, it is the most demanded certification course and has a potential/ strong value in IT. So you may opt form any of these certification to give a boom to your education and career.
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Dear Richi

Its depends on ur priorities whether you want :-

1)Admission in a good college
2)You want to save a year

IF You want to save a year

For admission into a good college in India like IIT u need a minimum of 60%. But there are good private colleges which have lower requirement but their fees will definitely be very high. If you want to save a year u can definitely take admission through management quota if money is not a problem but since u r interested in MS you will have to check out the eligibility for MS where u would like to do.Normally foreign Universities do not give any criteria for % .

For Admission into a good college

If u r really looking for a good college like IITs, BIT's or NIT's then I would suggest u to prepare for these exams and enroll yourself in an open school. Prepare for these exams and also give 12th class exam ,score well and also secure a good rank and get admission in a good college. You don't need to go to a school every day if u get enrolled in an open school so it wont affect ur preparation for these exams and since the cousrse for these exams is almost the same so u are preparing for ur board exams as well....
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Getting good job at the time of placement will be dependent on your college repute, your performance in interview , your academic record and also on company e.t.c. So there are lot of factors behind it. In future your performance in company, networking all will matter in further career growth.As a fresher it is always good if you get placed from college. When you have just passed out from college , you don' have experience on basis of which you can get job and there are very less chances that you know people who can help you in finding job . So campus placement is the best way for fresher to get job
You can also take help of company personnel where you have done some project or internship.
What you need to do is to perform well in job interview or whatever their recruiting exam is. Work on things that you have learnt in your college( conceptual clarity ) , be confident, work on your communication skill , also on day of interview be prepared with necessary documents, and be properly dressed. See where you are lacking and work on it. Be flexible in terms of salary , relocation , work timing e.t.c. It will increase your chance of getting job . Emphasize on chance of learning that you will get in company . At the end of interview also ask 1 to 2 questions regarding company so that they will see that you have come after reading about company. Actually read about company before going for interview. If you don't know answer say no . There is no harm in it . You can also take help of your college alumni network in getting placed.Make a good resume and try to network with people in this field.

Computer science and engineering graduates find their footing in system study, analysis, design and programming. Computer engineers design, develop and maintain software. They are engaged in analyzing problems for solutions, formulating and testing, using advanced communications or multi-media equipment or working in teams for product development.

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