Supply Chain Management is an evolving field of study in which students can make a good career after finishing their graduation with a minimum score of 50%. A number of institutes across India are offering various courses in the study of Supply Chain Management.
In this article students who have passed class 12 examinations and are aspiring to pursue BCA, can get all the relevant course details. Here you can know the eligibility criteria, career scope, top recruiters, expected salary, etc. Also get acquainted with the higher education courses after BCA to increase your job potential.
A fresher who has completed foreign language courses in India can easily look at salary package in lakhs. Starting from freelance writers and editors, who make around Rs 1000 per hour for checking basic language and grammar; foreign language teachers and interpreters can land a package of around Rs 10 to 15 lakhs.
A headstart is crucial in striking success for students focused on higher education abroad. They must start thinking Univ as early as Class 8, career guidance counsellor Dr Sonia Kapoor Soni tells Vedant Gupta.
Railways is known to offer a variety of technical and non-technical jobs, some of which are quite popular, while others do not enjoy such benefits. One such often ignored profile that doesn’t receive much attention from candidates seeking to be the part of Indian Railways is the Traffic Apprentice Job Profile.
For such candidates, especially for those who hold ITI degree and Diploma certificates in technical fields; Indian Army announces trainee apprenticeship positions at its different army base stations across the country.
For candidates, who have missed their chance of being part of the Indian army as a soldier due to any reasons, can relive their dream of being part of this reputed organization through the Army Apprenticeship opportunities on offers.
The Indian Army Apprenticeship Jobs are offered to ITI candidates and Technical Diploma holders who have completed the academic programme and are looking for some relevant work experience in the field.
While many B.Com graduates choose the much tried and tested path of CA, CS and other related fields of study, many who are unable to make the cut for these programmes are left in a lurch with respect to employment opportunities.
Commerce has always been known as a professional field of study with several exciting and rewarding career opportunities on offer. However, the availability of excellent employment opportunities just after B.Com has also created a general sense that Commerce has very limited scope of study as far as higher education opportunities are concerned.