Suchitra Surve Director, Growth Centre, is a Post Graduate in Business Administration and has specialised in HR, and also holds a Post Graduation Diploma in Career Counselling
I am SYJC Arts student. I am planning to pursue a career in Law. What courses to take up and when? Which are good colleges for this course?
You have two options to pursue law after HSC- The first is to opt for 5 year integrated Law course like BA.LLB after clearing the relevant entrance exam like CLAT. The second is to continue studying in the same field and after completing graduation opt for 3-year Law course like LLB.
The list of law colleges in India can be taken from the website of Bar Council of India www.barcouncilofindia.org.
I am in FY BBI. Please suggest me some side by side courses related to banking and insurance which would help me.
- Rachel Sequeira
Some of the courses/exams in the Insurance sector after HSC are- Licentiate [Life Insurance or General Insurance], Agents Exam, Assistant to Surveyors and Actuarial Science.
Log on to - www.insuranceinstituteofindia.com for more details.
Most of the Diploma as well as the Certificate programs in the Banking industry are at the post-graduate level only.
I am now in SYBAF. But I want to get into HR field. So I am planning for MBA in HR. Do I need to give respective college entrance exams along with CET?
An anxious student
But largely, the admission process is a centralised one and most management institutes across India accept scores from any /one of the following entrance exams such as CAT/ CET/ ATMA/ XAT/ MAT and so on. These are essential for seeking admission for the 2-year full time management course like MBA. For more details log on to www.dte.org.in. Some deemed universities may conduct their entrance exams such as NAMT/SNAP.