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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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 interested in a career in hotel management. Currently I am in 11th commerce. Can I do it after 12th?
—Krishna S.

You can pursue hotel management at diploma as well as bachelors level after your 12th. There are entrance exams that you need to clear if you want to study Hotel management at the Bachelors level. There are options of pursuing this course even after completing your graduation.   

I am in TY BCom this year and I want to do career in Finance Management. So please tell me what are my options to study finance management after graduation?
—Lalitha Iyer

Since you want to make a career in Finance Management you have the following options:
Opt for 2-year full-time/ correspondence management program like MBA/PGDM and specialize in Finance
Opt for 3-year part-time Master’s program like MFM after having 2 years work experience in the related field.
Take the route that suits you the best. Job opportunities are immense for the people who accounting fundamentals are clear and are equally keen to work in the same field for years to come.

I am an ARTS student. I am interested in being a linguist. I would even like to know the opportunities for linguists.

Some of the work areas for linguists are in television channels, radio channels, embassies, MNCs, publication houses, research, government departments, hotels, aviation and so on.

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