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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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

Want to study Electrical Engineering
I have secured 73.83 per cent in my HSC exams (Science) with Electronics as my vocational subject. I have also secured a 79 per cent in the MHTCET exams. I wish to pursue a BE in Electrical Engineering. Can you help me with the list of government aided colleges that offer this course? What are the fees and other relevant details? Will this course fetch me a good job?   
— Ashok Mohite 
Kindly go through your MHT-CET brochure which has all the relevant details of the aided and unaided institutes, fees, courses offered or log on to www.dte.org.in. If you fulfill the requirements as laid down by a company at the time of recruitment you may be selected.
I am currently in HSC (Commerce) stream at Mithibai College. I would like to know which institutions in Mumbai offer a BBA course. I have heard that if one pursues a BBA then an MBA becomes simpler. Is this true? As I am planning to do MBA, I would like to know the other courses that will help me to get into an MBA course.  
— Shreya Ramaswamy 
BBA is offered by other universities and not by the University of Mumbai in India as well as abroad. Since both, BMS and BBA form the foundation of the management course, grasping the concepts at the Master’s level may be smooth. However, please note that MBA can be studied by any graduate irrespective of their stream. The MBA course requires a candidate with good communication and presentation skills, creativity, leadership qualities, team spirit, sportsmanship and an undying positive attitude. By doing courses, one does not get selected for an MBA. To get selected for a management course you need to clear the entrance exam, sail through the group discussion and personal interview, have an overall good academic record and work experience coupled with extracurricular activities.
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I have completed my graduation from a private university and am working with a garment company at Lower Parel for the last 4 years handling sales. Prior to this, I have worked in a call centre for nearly two years to get some experience. I was always fascinated by events and the entertainment segment which seems to be in constant demand, but did not know how to go about starting a career in it. Is it a good idea to get into events? If yes, than can you suggest who I should approach for guidance on getting a job in a good company.
  - Sameer 
It would be your personal decision to get into events or not. Take the decision considering your financials, academic record and family support. Speak to people already in the field and understand the demands of the industry as well as your interest and long term goals. You may take up certain events on a personal level to understand your potentials. Academically you can opt for a Post-Graduate Diploma in Event Management to start with. However, remember you may have to start from scratch.

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