Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Confused About YOUR Career?

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Best Wishes,
Farzad Minoo Damania
Career Counsellor and Corporate Trainer
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12 comments:

  1. Yes, its very difficult to choose a right career as per one's own interest which also has bright future in it. Now a days business management courses are on the top and business management colleges in Bangalore are proving their worth for it. Its a good option to choose MBA college in Bangalore to get business management degree.

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    1. Dear Prashasti,

      Agreed that MBA courses are most sought after by students these days, but there are many other courses other than MBA that students can pursue. There is a very important growing concern on employ-ability of MBA students in work place. Our country needs to work on skill development and training for students in colleges.

      Regards,
      Farzad

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  2. Hi please help me,i am a widow, mu husband died just 3 years back in a very tragic and tfaumatic circumstance, he was a forest ranger so devoted to his job now i want my son to do IFSexams, my son too interested,but he is studying in a different city BSc ENV major.can u pl email me some free mags that wil help him prepare for the exams i wil download it n send him, as he is still waiting to finish the practicals of his Final exams he'l graduate by June.the trauma left me and my kids really shaken that for challenges we have to brace ourselves and face/continue life.specially my son he is 21. we are ST-Indians of north east, thank u

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    1. Dear Yofilia,

      Sorry to hear about your husband's demise. My condolences to your entire family.

      Regarding your son's preparation for IFS exams, he can visit online forums that discuss questions and answers on topics of UPSC Exams. Also, your son can buy UPSC Exam books on IFS or refer to aptitude tests that appear in magazines such as Careers360 and MYOD for his entrance exam preparation. If there are coaching classes for UPSC exam preparation in his area, then he can take a short crash course in the same.

      My best wishes to him.
      Regards,
      Farzad Minoo Damania
      Career Counsellor
      http://www.careernurturer.com

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  3. Would you blog about career options in the arts stream! Totally confused to which stream should I go, I think I can do better in Arts but people say I would end up as a useless unemployed jerk.

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    1. Dear Jay,

      I will surely write more post on Arts fields in coming days. There are several opportunities in this field. We still follow the mentality of considering Arts fields as inferior, but that is a very wrong way of thinking. You can definitely make a career in this domain if you have the talent, aptitude and interest in it. You may choose from psychology, sociology, history, anthropology, political science, teaching, designing, fine arts, performing arts and writing as your options.

      Best Regards,
      Farzad Minoo Damania

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  4. Could you blog about changing career path? I am doing my engineering right now, and I want to switch to literature or arts(now or after my degree)

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    1. Hi,

      As per your request, I will write about career transition and career change in my future posts. Meanwhile, you can visit several online website that discuss about career change using your transferable skills.

      Best Wishes,
      Farzad Minoo Damania
      Career Counsellor

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    1. Thank you Ranjana, that is very kind of you.

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  6. Hello Sir myself Anand. I am a good vocal singer, mimicry artist, a good actor, writer and orator. I got all the above talents but i am unable to decide which to take as career and which to continue as hobby. I think all multi talented persons face this type of problem. And another confusion is i have well settled family business. My grand father started stone industry in 1975. And now my father is looking after that business since 30 years. Now my father is 62 years of old and i am the only son from whom they are expecting to continue the business. Actually i dont have interest in family business but even though i told him that i will try to create interest in business but the problem is there is no scope for my talents in that village where our business is situated... Please help me to come out of this confusion. I did B.com in 2009 and since then i am doing nothing due to this career confusion... Please help me sir.

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    1. Hi Anand,

      You need to balance between the two. You may try to develop your interest in family business and keep that as your main source of income, meanwhile you can use your talent in performing arts as a side income and can train young students in your area in acting, singing etc...

      Best Regards,
      Farzad

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