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 Want to be a Forest Officer
I am in the T.Y.BCom and am interested in pursuing a diploma in taxation. What are the various benefits and scope in this field?
A Diploma in Taxation is offered by various colleges in and around the city. It provides you the base of taxes and also increases the fundamental concepts. You can take up job in a tax firm or under a practicing CA or in any other financial institution. However, if you are keen to practice as a Tax Consultant or to make a career in taxation you need to be a CA.
I’ve done my graduation in BA in 2005 and am currently working in a small travel agency. I now want to change my field and want to pursue a part time MBA. Please suggest some good management institutes from where I can complete my correspondence MBA and also will get a placement through the course. —Anupreet Kaur
Management programs, be it correspondence or part-time, offer specialisations like Finance, HR, Systems, Operations, Marketing and so on. There are a number of B-Schools offering such programs so please log on to www.dte.org.in for more details. Not many institutes offer placement assistance for part time or correspondence courses. Please check with the institute personally.
I am studying in the FYJC (Science). I am very fond of animals and the forest. How can I become a Forest Officer?
To become a Forest Officer you need to be a Science graduate and also clear the Indian Forest Services exam conducted by the UPSC at the central level or the MPSC at the State Level.