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
MBA in IT
I work in IT but I am a Commerce graduate. I have a certificate related to IT. Can I pursue an MBA in IT? How do I go about it?
You are eligible to study management and specialise either in IT or Systems. You can either study at a 2-year full time / correspondence course or 3-year part-time after having 2 years’ work experience. If you have secured at least 50 per cent in your graduation, cleared the entrance exam as well as the selection process, your chances of getting selected for the course would be higher. For more details please log on to www.dte.org.in.
I am 24. I appeared for my T.Y.BCom exam in March 2007. I always wanted to study Law. If I want to pursue a course in Law, will the gap prove to be an obstacle in securing admission? I am presently working in the entertainment industry.
Admission for most post-graduate studies is based on your score in your graduation as well as the clearance of the entrance exam and the selection process. If you have been working, then you need not be too worried about pursuing further courses. It’s time you focus on whether you intend to take law as a career or be in the entertainment industry.
I am a Physiotherapist. Can you help me out with a career other than teaching which is not physically demanding and where I can use at least some of my education and skill sets?
Some of the options other than Teaching that are open for you are taking up part-time job/ consultation work in your present area of expertise only, or taking up work from home concept [data entry/ medical transcription/ content writing], or working in an NGO and likewise.