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    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 1 The Turning Point Education Reference Guide-1 Dedicated to My father who lived with highest standards of values inspiring people for possible higher education Late Shri. Pannalalji Lalchandji Rakhecha My mother who truly redefined love & care Late Bhikibai Pannalal Rakhecha
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 2 Preface A person, who is possessed of supreme knowledge controls the senses with concentration & awareness, like spirited steeds controlled by a charioteer. Importance of education was observed from the ancient and historical days all over the world. There used to be Gurukul, the school established by Saints in the forest. One of the three segments of the life, the childhood used to be dedicated for learning, earning knowledge and acquiring the skills so that rest of the life becomes enjoyable and happy not only for oneself but for the living kind. Education helps an individual to be able so as to contribute for the well being of the society across globe. It is well known that person keeps learning throughout the life, during childhood till old age. Learning based on studying the basic, then acquiring skills and later knowledge. Management of study is a science to be learnt as well as an art to be practiced. Methodology of study varies from individual. Planning for the study also plays extremely important role as well. There is so much to study so priorities and utilization of the time appropriately becomes of vital importance. It is important to understand own personality, liking and aspirations. It is to know what you would like to do throughout life without frustrating, without bothering about money and without tiring. Out of hundreds of choices it is critical to select the right one, compatible to yourself. Education is the fundamental right for everyone. Considering this noble principle, several institutes and trusts have been supporting & sponsoring the education for the needy via scholarships & interest free loans. In the era of information technology one can reach to the detailed information however consolidation of such information is extremely useful. The total configuration of ideals, practices, and conduct is called Dharma (Religion, Virtue or Duty). To live contended life is said to be a challenge. It’s a race. Many are struggling to find a rightful solution, how do you handle it? Few say it is complex but who makes it complex? There are few fundamental principles guide to live life peacefully, happy, enjoyable and useful. If one implements those religiously then surely life becomes too simple to live & extremely happy as well This book is an attempt to share important tips and information for all above. Surely it would be useful guide. I request you to try deeply understanding & implementing the same. Higher education is the base to built wonderful career. I wish you all the best for your education, career and further life. Valchand Sancheti Jaykumar Pokharna President Secretary Oswal Bandhu Samaj, Pune Date – 19th July 2013
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 3 From Author’s desk It has been a great pleasure seeing a next step of publishing a book in hard & soft copy format as A reference book for higher education. This book shall be useful for students of standard 8th onward till post graduation and doctorate and their parents. I do not claim to be author of this book. Compiler might be better word to describe. I am thankful to amazing information technologies, Google search engine and authors of thousands of good articles and educational & social institutes and trusts for making detailed information available on their website, friends and associates. I am also thankful for the trustees of Oswal Bandhu Samaj, Pune for encouraging, publishing, distributing and sponsoring this attempt, in particular Shri.Nemichandji Karnavat Sir who is a finest example of leading an ideal life and to be a role model in education field. About Rajendra Rakhecha Education:  SSC, HSC – Stood first in center, Passed with distinction  BE /M.E.[Mech] – ‘83, Pune University, Passed with distinction  Worked as a Mechanical Engineer and as a IT senior professional  Now working as a Founder of Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance, which works like an NGO for education & career guidance for students and soft skills enhancements for the professionals at free of cost Author has compiled the book in following sections Section – 1 - Education & Career guidance Section – 2 - Heart to heart…sharing important points Section – 3 - Structure of the U.S. Education System Section – 4 - Managing Finance Section – 5 - Schools, Colleges, Hostels in India & across globe Hope the content would be helpful to you architecting, designing and planning your education & career. Wish you all the very best and make the world feel proud of you! You may contact for any query, feedback, correction, suggestions or complaint at following Send SMS your email id with a request to share various soft files. Email – rrakhecha@hotmail.com, rrakhecha@gmail.com Mobile – +91-9890927680 Address – Flat No 1, Lotus Enclave, 98 Anand Park, Aundh, Pune – 411 007 (M.S.)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 4 Contents Preface ..........................................................................................................................................................2 From Author’s desk.......................................................................................................................................3 Education & Career guidance .....................................................................................................................10 Why education?..........................................................................................................................................10 How to study...............................................................................................................................................10 Importance of time and preparing time table............................................................................................11 What is career?...........................................................................................................................................12 Importance of education ............................................................................................................................13 Planning of study for examination..............................................................................................................13 Precautions .................................................................................................................................................14 Plan your career..........................................................................................................................................15 Ambition Vs Reality.....................................................................................................................................15 Conventional thinking.................................................................................................................................15 Let the students take decision… .................................................................................................................15 What is dream and aim?.............................................................................................................................15 How does higher education help? ..............................................................................................................15 Current situation.........................................................................................................................................16 Suggestions to be there ..............................................................................................................................16 What is to be done?....................................................................................................................................16 What is needed? .........................................................................................................................................16 Observe several stories...............................................................................................................................16 Which career to choose? ............................................................................................................................17 How to Plan Your Career.............................................................................................................................17 People who can "add value".......................................................................................................................17 Education & Talent Based career................................................................................................................17 Why is important to plan a career? ............................................................................................................18 Tips for career planning- Choosing right career .........................................................................................18 Choose the Best Career path ...................................................................................................................18 Making the right career choice................................................................................................................18 Step 1- Know Yourself.........................................................................................................................18
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 5 Step 2- Know your options..................................................................................................................18 Step 3- Make an Informed Decision....................................................................................................19 How to choose career and compatible education......................................................................................19 Need career advice and guidance?.....................................................................................................23 Ten Myths About Choosing a Career ..................................................................................................24 Time frame to start planning a career ................................................................................................24 Planning your career...........................................................................................................................24 Career planning resources ..................................................................................................................24 How Do I Create a Career Plan?..........................................................................................................25 Career Counsellors..............................................................................................................................25 Finding the Right Career .....................................................................................................................25 Finding meaningful work in today’s world..........................................................................................25 Discovering new possibilities..............................................................................................................26 Exploring your career opportunities...................................................................................................26 Be patient............................................................................................................................................26 Overcoming obstacles to career happiness........................................................................................26 Tips to finding the right career ................................................................................................................26 Finding the right career tip 1: .............................................................................................................26 Finding the right career tip 2: Evaluate your strengths and skills.......................................................27 Finding the right career tip 3: Develop your skills and experience ....................................................28 Finding right career tip 4: Consider starting your own business ........................................................28 Help needed? From whom help is needed?...............................................................................................29 Conclusion...................................................................................................................................................29 Courses for toppers and masses.................................................................................................................29 About civil services......................................................................................................................................29 List of Career Options .................................................................................................................................30 Jobs for Just graduates................................................................................................................................32 Career choices after 12th Standard (HSC)....................................................................................................32 Competitive examination after 12th (HSC)..................................................................................................35 Courses available after graduation.............................................................................................................39 No of universities & colleges.......................................................................................................................44
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 6 Higher education institutes.........................................................................................................................44 World class universities in India..................................................................................................................44 Regions in Maharashtra..............................................................................................................................45 Private college information.........................................................................................................................45 Universities in Maharashtra........................................................................................................................45 IIT – Locations .............................................................................................................................................45 Branches at various IIT................................................................................................................................46 Engineering .................................................................................................................................................49 Branches at various engineering colleges...................................................................................................49 List of Top Engineering Colleges in India ....................................................................................................50 Institute Name – Engineering Colleges.......................................................................................................51 College of engineering, Pune......................................................................................................................57 Polytechnics colleges ..................................................................................................................................57 Courses offered in Diploma ........................................................................................................................57 Various branches of diploma & certificate colleges ...................................................................................63 List of polytechnic colleges .........................................................................................................................65 ITI Courses & details....................................................................................................................................81 Medical colleges..........................................................................................................................................82 List of Top Medical Colleges in India...........................................................................................................91 List of Top Management Colleges in India..................................................................................................92 Brief information about AIEEE ....................................................................................................................93 Brief information about CAT.......................................................................................................................97 Brief about engineering entrance examination CET in Maharashtra .........................................................99 Careers in Art ............................................................................................................................................100 Vocational subjects - Arts .........................................................................................................................101 Career after BA..........................................................................................................................................102 Commerce.................................................................................................................................................102 Commerce & management.......................................................................................................................102 Vocational subjects - Commerce ..............................................................................................................102 Career in Science.......................................................................................................................................102 Vocational subjects:...............................................................................................................................103
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 7 Physical science......................................................................................................................................103 General Science Courses:.......................................................................................................................103 Careers in Sciences - 1 ...........................................................................................................................104 Careers in Sciences - 2 ...........................................................................................................................104 Career post BBA/BCS/ MCA/MCS .............................................................................................................104 List of Course after BBA : .......................................................................................................................104 Life after BCS..........................................................................................................................................108 Pre/ Post MCA/MCS...............................................................................................................................110 Courses in various disciplines ...................................................................................................................110 Medical......................................................................................................................................................110 Admission for medical college ..................................................................................................................110 Career in Medical...................................................................................................................................110 Paramedical ...........................................................................................................................................110 Various professions................................................................................................................................111 Various courses in medicine ..................................................................................................................111 Medical and Paramedical Science..........................................................................................................111 Other courses in medical line ................................................................................................................112 Careers in medicine ...............................................................................................................................112 Allied Health Professions .......................................................................................................................112 Ambulance Service team .......................................................................................................................113 Careers in the Dental Team ...................................................................................................................113 Career are as for Doctors.......................................................................................................................114 Careers in Health Informatics ................................................................................................................114 Careers in Midwifery..............................................................................................................................115 Careers in Nursing..................................................................................................................................115 Managers of… ...........................................................................................................................................115 Careers in the Wider Healthcare ...........................................................................................................116 Healthcare..............................................................................................................................................116 Administration ..................................................................................................................................116 Clinical support services....................................................................................................................117 Corporate services ............................................................................................................................117
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 8 Domestic services .............................................................................................................................117 Estates services.................................................................................................................................118 Support services................................................................................................................................118 Opportunities at Medical University.........................................................................................................118 Graduates - Non-clinical.........................................................................................................................119 Other “non-scheme” opportunities:......................................................................................................119 Career framework in Medicine.................................................................................................................119 Pharmaceuticals........................................................................................................................................119 Eligibility.................................................................................................................................................120 Job Prospects and Career Options.........................................................................................................121 Remuneration........................................................................................................................................121 Finance & Accounts...................................................................................................................................124 Government Service .................................................................................................................................124 Humanities and Liberal Arts......................................................................................................................124 Information Tech & Related......................................................................................................................125 Legal & Secretrial ......................................................................................................................................125 Managers ..................................................................................................................................................125 Management.............................................................................................................................................125 Physical Sciences.......................................................................................................................................126 Environmental & Biological Sciences........................................................................................................126 Transport...................................................................................................................................................126 Education ..................................................................................................................................................126 Telecommunications.................................................................................................................................127 Architecture, Art and Painting ..................................................................................................................127 Hotel Industry ...........................................................................................................................................127 TALENT BASED- offbeat careers................................................................................................................127 Work From Home......................................................................................................................................127 Performing act ..........................................................................................................................................128 Modeling................................................................................................................................................128 Music & Fine Arts...................................................................................................................................128 UPSC Competitions ...................................................................................................................................128
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 9 About UPSC Examination.......................................................................................................................128 About MPSC examination......................................................................................................................135 National Defence Academy Examination .................................................................................................137 Media & Communication..........................................................................................................................138 Hospitality.................................................................................................................................................138 Career related websites............................................................................................................................138 List of books giving guidance for career planning ....................................................................................138 10 Ps of career making..............................................................................................................................139 Skill enhancement.....................................................................................................................................139 To get the recognition...............................................................................................................................140 What is to be successful............................................................................................................................141 To be successful........................................................................................................................................141 Important skills for successful career & learning...................................................................................142 Self evaluation & plan for improvements..............................................................................................142 Tips for success ......................................................................................................................................144 Do’s ........................................................................................................................................................144 Don’t ......................................................................................................................................................144 Mistakes & happiness...............................................................................................................................144 Points to ponder .......................................................................................................................................145 Follow few important tips.........................................................................................................................145 Build yourself strongly ..............................................................................................................................145 Commitment & oath.................................................................................................................................146 Remember ................................................................................................................................................146 Stop bad habits and keep away................................................................................................................146 Section – 2 - Heart to heart…sharing important points...........................................................................148 What are qualities needed.....................................................................................................................148 Difficulties..............................................................................................................................................148 Consideration of higher education........................................................................................................149 Critical steps...........................................................................................................................................149 Choose consultant / mentor as advisor.................................................................................................149 Decision making........................................................................................................................................149
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 10 To decide….............................................................................................................................................150 USA tops for higher education...............................................................................................................150 Why consider USA for higher education................................................................................................150 Why higher education in USA................................................................................................................151 What you get .........................................................................................................................................151 Parameters to compare.........................................................................................................................151 Why to plan 2 years before....................................................................................................................152 Disclaimer..................................................................................................................................................152 Education & Career guidance Why education? - To gain Comfort, Confidence, Dignity, Hope and Knowledge. The benefits of quality education reach far beyond the classroom to help individuals break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. Educated children grow up to earn higher wages, contribute to stronger economies, support healthier and more prosperous families, and make informed decisions essential to democratic institutions.  End the cycle of poverty – for good A quality education expands employment opportunities and gives people a chance to earn higher wages, giving people the opportunity to lift themselves out of poverty.  Develop stronger economies A quality education is the best assurance for a bright economic future and global stability. Educated citizens build self-sufficient local economies and strong communities – spurring economic growth and offering a lasting and sustainable path out of poverty.  Promote a healthy world - Education leads to better health outcomes.  Ensuring Safer Communities Around the World Also ensuring educational opportunity is an important tool, efforts to defeat global terrorism Dr.Abdul Kalam quoted “Education gives wings to fly. I have met 15 million youths around the world who want to be unique but the world tries to make you as everybody else, so it is to fight the hardest battle until one arrives at the destination is what makes you unique” -Kalam High unemployment combined with a growing number of out-of-school youth increases the potential for social and political unrest. Educated citizens are more likely to promote democratic and stable societies through participation in civic institutions, making informed decisions and holding public officials accountable. How to study Following is the proven methodology to study & is highly recommended, in particular for the subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Accounting, etc. It is suggested to have complete set of study material like text books, reference guides, notes from class and tuition, ideal answer sheets & question set of previous examinations, good quality paper or un-used note book handy. It is also
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 11 essential to have a fresh mood, peaceful environment, happy & motivated mind, good infrastructure like table-chair, pen, compass, good intensity of light, etc. Now let us begin. 1. Let us define a unit of study. It can be like a paragraph or a topic or a page or a chapter of a book. As suiting to your ability and complexity of the subject, please choose the unit for study. 2. Read the complete content from entire study material. Understand its concept and grasp it fundamentally. At this point you have read content from various study material thus you know the best and whole of the content. This is a union set of the entire content which you have read. 3. Write important points on a good sheet of paper. Also remember formulae by heart. Use rough paper to practice formulae. Conserve these working sheets. 4. Practice by writing the entire content as if you are writing in examination. Check if you could write more than 70% of the entire content. It should be as high as possible. Also check that you have not missed any important point. 5. Practice this till you are satisfied. Then read the entire content once again. 6. Now move on to next unit of study. Thus keep repeating till closure of the chapter. 7. Now solve the exercises or questions or problems given at the end of the chapter. Conserve the note books or sheets by filing those appropriately. While solving problem/exercise/question write the chapter number, problem/exercise/question number correctly so that during study of final examination you will be able to locate those quickly. 8. Try to solve the problem/exercise/question of last question papers. Compare your answer with answer in answer-sheets. Check the possible areas of improvement and practice to follow the best of the standards. Importance of time and preparing time table You must have heard that Time is money! It’s extremely important to understand the value of the time. To realise the value of Time of  1 Year – Ask a student who has failed in examination  1 Month – Ask a mother who has delivered premature baby in 8th month  1 Week – Ask an editor who has to publish a weekly magazine  1 Day – Ask a daily wager heading family of eight & feed them on daily basis  1 Hour – Ask a lover who is waiting to meet  1 Minute – Ask a person who has missed a train by just a minute  1 Second – Ask a person who has survived an accident just by a second alert  1 milli-Second – Ask a runner who won the Gold medal by a milli-second Time waits for no one, treasure every moment you have, conserve & utilise every second. If you do not respect your time, who will? Please remember that time once elapsed, never comes back again. There lies an importance of disciplined life. Discipline comes from planning various activities for every day and every hour of the day and executing those as planned. The best way is to prepare a time table and follow religiously. There are two kind of time table. A. during school day & B. during holiday Let us prepare time table studying the sample time table as below for a day of school. Feel free to modify start – end time of any activity as needed at your convenience, liking and habit. E.g. few of you
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 12 may want to start study during early hours of a day say at 4:0 am so sleeping during 10:0 pm to 4:0 am or few may want to study till little late say till 2:0 am so modify sleeping hours at your convenience. There are 2 types of time tables 1. During school/college days and 2. During holiday. Now let us prepare a time table for a holiday. We have a great opportunity to study for longer hours. It is important to catch up study at home with school / tuition classes at least by week-end. Sample time table for holiday Time table of various activities during holiday # Time slot Hours Preferred topic Remark 1 12:00 AM - 6:00 am 6 hours Sound Sleep Rest 2 6:00 am - 7:00 am 1.0 hour Exercise, Morning walk, Yoga, Meditation, Get ready (Bath, Breakfast) 3 7:00 am - 10:30 am 3.5 hours Study 4 10:30 - 11:00 am 30 min News Paper, discussions with friends, etc 5 11:00 am - 2:0 pm 3 hours Study 6 2:00 pm - 3:0 pm 1.0 hours Lunch, TV, Friends, Chat, Internet, Group discussions, problem solving, etc 7 3:00 pm - 6:0 pm 3 hours Study 8 6:0 pm to 6:30 pm 30 min Indoor-Outdoor Games Entertainment 9 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 3 hours Study 10 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm 1.0 hour Dinner, TV, Friend, Chat, etc Relaxation 11 10:30 pm to 12:0 am 1.5 hours Study You are suggested to discuss with close friends, teachers and parents. Seek their views & feedback and finalise it. Once it is final, take prints of these time table and clip at the study desk. Seek help from parents to follow as closely. Please modify little bit if needed but be determined to follow it strictly. Remember your determination will make you different! Also it is proved that if you help solving queries for your friends, you will be more hands-on and clear about the subject and content. So utilize free time to help your friends What is career? An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress. Career describes an individuals' journey through learning, work and other aspects of life. It is also termed as a course or progress through life or a distinct portion of life, learning and the working aspects of an individuals life Career is to describe an occupation or a profession that usually involves special training or formal education, and is considered to be a person’s lifework. A career is the sum total of paid and unpaid work, learning and life roles you undertake throughout your life. The following definitions are important to an understanding of 'career' as a concept.  A JOB is a paid position requiring a group of specific attributes and skills that enable a person to perform tasks in an organisation either part-time or full-time for a short or long duration.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 13  An OCCUPATION is defined as a group of similar jobs found in different industries or organisations.  A CAREER is the sequence and variety of occupations (paid and unpaid) which one undertakes throughout a lifetime. More broadly, 'career ' includes life roles, leisure activities, learning and work.  CAREER DEVELOPMENT is the process of managing life, learning and work over the lifespan.  CAREER GUIDANCE is an inclusive term that has been used to describe a range of interventions including career education and counselling, that help people to move from a general understanding of life and work to a specific understanding of the realistic life, learning and work options that are open to them. Career guidance is often thought to incorporate career information, career education and career counselling Importance of education 1. Allows you to get a higher paying job, which allows you to be more financially secure. 2. Teaches you how to handle responsibility. 3. Gives you the necessary tools to think for yourself and back up your arguments. 4. Exposes you to more of your peers allowing you to see and experience diversity and different points of view. 5. Helps you realize your potential, which allows you to empower yourself to do more than you thought you could do before. 6. In the process of getting an education, you make new friends, and these friendships could last a lifetime. 7. Gives you a better, more developed understanding of the world and current events. 8. Opens up the possibility of more job opportunities. 9. Allows you to learn the mistakes of those who came before you, so that you do not repeat the same mistakes. 10. Learn time management skills and getting things done on time. 11. Discipline in life 12. Develop social skills for interacting with people you do not normally interact with. 13. Teaches you organizational skills which will one day come in handy. 14. Teaches developing passion to change the lives of living being positively Planning of study for examination You have put in sincere efforts and studied well throughout the year. Now examination dates are declared. Let us prepare a schedule of study for examination. We will plan for four revisions. Let us use Microsoft Excel to prepare a schedule as below. Planning for study for examination Month Study from examination point of views Revision Exam days # Subject 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 Subject-1 2 Subject-2 3 Subject-3 4 Subject-4
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 14 You can plan this once examination dates are declared. Procedure to prepare a schedule 1. In the column “subject”, mention various subjects in reverse order of examination. i.e. examination of last subject enter as # 1, and so on. 2. Prepare a calendar marking the dates from today till last date of examination mentioning the dates in each cell (e.g. from 1st till 28th in above calendar) 3. Mark the subject wise examination calendar at the end of calendar 4. Mark in exactly reverse manner & assign one day to each subject for the revision, starting from just one day prior to first paper in reverse manner thus forming a “V” curve. 5. Then assign 3 to 6 days for each subject based on volume & complexity of the subject, how much you already have studied, etc in reverse manner. 6. Mark one day out of these 3 – 6 days for a revision and other study (studying answer sheets, earlier question set, etc) 7. Check if the first day of planning is earlier than today. In that case you have to reduce no. of days allocated to each subject. 8. Check if the first day of planning is later than today, then you have to assign few more days to couple of subjects. 9. Please include practical examination and at least 1-2 days for study for the same. 10.Thus you will have atleast 3 revisions of the subject as follow a. First revision when you study subject at stretch, you have reserve 1 day for revision b. Second revision just prior the start of examination for a day, V shape, left line c.Third revision is between the hours after you come home from the examination paper and go to examination of next subject on second day, you get almost 14-16 hours for study. (out 24 hours minus 6-7 hours of sleep minus 2 hours of lunch, dinner, getting ready, travelling, discussions, etc) Precautions 1. Note that you have noted the examination time table accurately. Recheck yourself and verify from your friend. 2. You have sound sleep during examination. Keep cool & happy mood, learn to control the thoughts. 3. Do not think about performance in past examination, just concentrate the paper on next day 4. Do not discourage friends with unwanted discussions like status of your study, how hard is the subject you are feeling, which mistakes you made in earlier examination, how does future looks like, etc 5. If any of the friend discouraging you, please request your friend firmly not to do so. If he or she continues to do so, convey to stop talking with you. 6. Please make a check list and verify before starting from home like Identity card, Good quality of pen, pencil, erase, compass box, relevant books & note books, wallet, etc 7. Offer smile and wish the best to friends. Eaze out tension at last moment.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 15 8. Relax before exam for at least 10 -15 minutes. Have confidence in your own abilities & hard work. You have studied so well, nothing will stop you to perform the best. Do not worry. Plan your career  Lot of alternatives  Each alternative competes with other  Choosing careers based on academics, personality and desire  Avoid imbalance between options, your dreams and expectations of parents and friends Ambition Vs Reality  A person is happiest when he does what he loves e.g. chooses a job of liking  Before making a career choice, take time to understand yourself, your likes and preferences  Ambition can neither be injected nor be imitated  Parents’ attitude - the determining factor in shaping one’s career goal Conventional thinking  To choose a profession as advised by parents and as per their liking  To follow what the others do  Inclination towards Medical or Engineering profession  Possibilities of getting job abroad  To seek admission to College recognized by University / Govt.,  Not to check courses accepted by recruiters Let the students take decision…  Availability of good education of your choice within & outside of the country  Many opportunities exist around  Use electronic media/ internet to find various alternatives  The role of teachers and parents confined to a felicitator What is dream and aim?  To reach the highest degree in field of liking  To be different than the crowd  To acquire the unique and differentiating skills  To earn good money  To move around the world  To be a leader, in decision making position  To contribute to the society  To be good human, proud of self-esteems How does higher education help?  To gain as much knowledge and apply  To be in the upper class of rich category  To live life comfortably, deliver responsibilities  To enjoy life with all luxuries around  To be in decision making position, not just a one of the followers
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 16  To command a respect within friends & society  To change the society & lives positive  Importance of higher education Current situation  You are in most crucial year  You have ability to be at top  Thing are simple to be there, if you have Clear goal, willingness & determination  You are trying to be the best among all, need to keep it up!  Following little guidance would help you to achieve more Suggestions to be there  Get disciplined and concentrate  Learn understanding the fundamentals  Prepare daily & weekly plan for study, and execute; study hard  Plan should cover all subjects  Revise fortnightly without fail  Review the status weekly  Conserve the time  Plan for exercise, entertainment & games What is to be done?  Invest in the best text books & guide, Use available study material like solved answer papers, CD, etc  Maths – Solve all problems, conserve the note books  Science – Aim for maximum marks in practical  Science / History / Geography – Prepare the notes, learn, read, understand, practice & Write  Languages - Remember the content, enhance vocabulary  Know the author detail, write their brief in the answers  Read / Write essays; Learn Grammar  Solve question papers of last years  Prepare study time table for examination What is needed?  A deep will..” I want to be at top”  To get a admission in good college next year, needs good marks this year  Only planned & appropriate study gets you to materialize the aims  Thus need to be focused & determined  Surely intense spirit & effort are required  To conserve as much time  A first important step in life, let us not slip Observe several stories  Watch several success stories who learned and earned through study and good career  They would have good house, car and life
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 17  They would be working hard and party hard now  They are worry free now, well respected in society  Watch the struggle one has to earn just 15000 pm if good education & degree is not earned.  If earning is limited  One can not buy own flat or a car  One can not afford quality living and life  One can’t afford good education for next generation Which career to choose?  Tushar is a doctor, now joined MBA classes. "I did medicine because my parents wanted me to. An MBA will give qualifications to work in a multinational and live a decent life"  Rahul a doctor, say “Considering rat race in medicine pre & post education, diminishing demand for just graduate doctors, years it takes for higher study & investment needed, would recommend to consider these aspects to opt to be a doctor!” How to Plan Your Career People who can "add value"  Multinationals require people who "add value“ while delivering even routine assignments, not just email pushers  Does diploma or degree add enough value? Value add is observed as a result of execution, after deep understanding of the situation, analyzing it further, thinking strategically and taking intelligent decisions.  Highly paid jobs require results, value add & facets of many critical skills than just degree Education & Talent Based career  Education & interest based career : Who wish to seek higher study in a particular field of interest which opens a galaxy of opportunities later.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 18  A wide range of courses as well as careers are available Why is important to plan a career? Generally most of us seek education upto age 21 to 25. Later phase is to get a job and build a career. Considering average life of 80 years, and mostly we remain active in career & work till 70, life span of 45 to 50 years to be spend while working. So to make these years enjoyable is very important. Spending life happily while contributing to growth of individual and of society , nation and as a globe one has to plan career very carefully. Tips for career planning- Choosing right career Choose the Best Career path Are you confused about your career? Are you uncertain on what you should do in life? Are you a parent whose child is faced with career choices and subject selection quandaries? Firstly, take a deep breath and relax. Everyone goes through this at some point in his or her life. Feeling better? Then lets get started. Making the right career choice Choosing the right career might be one of the most important decisions that one makes. Being satisfied with what you do on a daily basis is the key to success and happiness. Fortunately for you, there is a process by which you can make the right career decisions. Step 1- Know Yourself There is no universal right career. What you have to find is what is the right career for YOU. The first step in finding the right career for you is knowing yourself. While there are many ways to introspect and analyze yourself the most scientific way is to take a career assessment test. The right career assessment test will measure your interests, aptitudes and personality traits and then integrates the results to provide you with the career best recommendations. It is also suggested that list the variables related to personality and career attributes and rate those with appropriate weightage. Sum up the net ratings and compare. Take Online or offline Career Assessment Test and receive a personalized career report with your top 3 career recommendations. The test measures a student's aptitude, interest and personality and integrates all three results to provide the right career recommendations for each student. The assessment is the fairly accurate test A computer scores the results and then their expert career counselors make the final career recommendations. Step 2- Know your options Once you have completed the test you will get a better understanding of what the right career choices are for you. The next step is to better understand these career options. Learn the details about what it means to have a career in a particular field. What does a particular career option mean, what are the educational requirements, which colleges offer these courses, what are the job options once you get the degree? How do you find out all this information? Read articles on the Internet, browse through websites, ask industry experts and career counselors / career guide and gather as much information as you can.  Ask expert/career counselors any career related query and receive a detailed response.  Interact with your peers who have similar questions in forum sections available online.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 19  Browse through our detailed career profiles to know more about each career option  Scan through our college database to find the right college for you.  What jobs will work for you?  Explore our career & personality tests and learn a little something about yourself. Step 3- Make an Informed Decision After step 1 and 2 are complete you are ready to make an informed decision. Take the information you gathered about yourself in step 1 and couple it with what you learned in step 2. Introspect, speak to your family, mentors and friends and then make the right career choice and go on to have a successful career. How to choose career and compatible education It is a famous quote of Stephen Covey’s Habit #2 - Begin with the End in mind! Let us understand the thought process selecting / deciding the career & compatible education. You need to do appropriate & accurate planning to decide both career as well as education. There is a saying “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”. So let us begin to plan our education & career. While deciding appropriate career suitable you need to consider following high level factors 1. Self –  Ability - Academic performance, Skills, attitude, personality and ability to manage rapid changes. Please review academic performance since last 5 years, preferably from 8th standard.  Aptitude is an learned or developed competency to do a certain kind of work at a certain level  Interest – you much have interest in related field.  Personality – Hobbies, Health and Habits will help you to determine the right career.  Motivation – Are you motivated to make the said career? 2. Surrounding - Influences of attributes of friends, peers, parents, relatives and role models 3. Globe - Market trends, Existing and rapidly changing opportunities and managing cross culture Choose the career option with “come what may” attitude, feeling and challenge. You need to really study your personality, each of the attribute while considering various career options. Following table will be helpful to you to analyse.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 20 e.g. if Emotional quotient is poor then career like air hostess or If physics & body weight is much lesser than expected then career in military or like astronaut will be a challenge There is a scientific method evolved to rate the attribute and career options. Following sample table illustrates the same. You may want to add more variables and need to fill in the fields.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 21 Evaluation career options S No Variable Weightage Career 1 Career 2 Absolute Rating/10 Net rating Absolute Rating/10 Net rating 1 Gaining Knowledge & to excel 7% 8 0.56 6 0.42 2 Enhances algorithmic & Logical Sharpness, and to contribute 7% 9 0.63 6 0.42 3 Great opportunities - Within country & abroad 6% 8 0.48 6 0.36 4 Earning good money 7% 6 0.42 8 0.56 5 Respect in society/ making a difference/ recognition 5% 5 0.25 7 0.35 6 Travel 4% 4 0.16 8 0.32 7 Fun & Pressure 7% 5 0.35 4 0.28 8 Cost 7% 6 0.42 3 0.21 9 Connecting with people 6% 6 0.36 3 0.18 10 Need & availability (Job security) 7% 3 0.21 8 0.56 11 Personal attributes 0 0 11.1 Liking & interest & nature 9% 7 0.63 6 0.54 11.2 Aptitude / Ability / Skill 9% 8 0.72 5 0.45 11.3 Attitude 6% 5 0.3 5 0.3 11.4 Health 6% 6 0.36 5 0.3 11.5 Dreams 7% 8 0.56 4 0.28 Total Rating 100% 94.0 6.4 84.0 5.5 Tips for wonderful career 1. Remember the quotes by former president of India, Dr. Abdul Kalam “Dream is not what you see in sleep. It is something that does not let you sleep!” 2. Try to select a career in such a way that you set to be unique & differentiate from the crowd. E.g. If you are programmer or software engineer, you might be one of few lacs students graduating every year. If you are post graduate engineer say M.Tech or MS, you will be within very few thousands. Further if you know any foreign language say Japanese, you will be among just among few hundred students. Thus you are one where there is a high demand and fewer resources like you are available. Obviously you will have a huge respect and demand. 3. Aiming low is a crime! 4. You are what you believe! 5. Seek education compatible to career choice you have selected or decided, aim for the highest technical education in your field, do the best.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 22 6. Keep you wish extremely high, like what is quoted in Poem by La Manch o To dream the impossible dream o To fight the unbeatable foe, o To bear the unbearable sorrow, o To run where the brave dare not to go, o To love the pure and chest from a far, o To right the unforgivable wrong, o To try when your arms are too weary, o To reach that unreachable star, o This is my quest to follow that star, o No matter how place, no matter how far, o To fight for the right, without questions without pause o To be willing to march into hell for heavenly cause. 7. Always work with 2 plans, main Plan A which you will execute to 99.9% probability and fall back plan B, in case for some unfortunate reason you could not attempt & execute plan A. The education compatible to your career also can be evaluated following the similar method. You may want to add more attributes. Sample Evaluation various career options # Variable Weightage Engineering Medicine Management Absolute Rating Net rating Absolute Rating Net rating Absolute Rating Net rating 1 Gaining Knowledge & to excel 7% 8 0.56 6 0.42 5 0.35 2 Enhances algorithmic & Logical Sharpness, and to contribute 7% 9 0.63 6 0.42 4 0.28 3 Great opportunities - Within country & abroad 6% 8 0.48 6 0.36 8 0.48 4 Earning good money 7% 6 0.42 8 0.56 8 0.56 5 Respect in society/ making a difference/ recognition 5% 5 0.25 7 0.35 6 0.3 6 Travel 4% 4 0.16 8 0.32 5 0.2 7 Fun & Pressure 7% 5 0.35 4 0.28 8 0.56 8 Cost 7% 6 0.42 3 0.21 7 0.49 9 Connecting with people 6% 6 0.36 3 0.18 6 0.36 10 Need & availability (Job security) 7% 3 0.21 8 0.56 7 0.49
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 23 11 Personal attributes 0 0 0 a Liking & interest & nature 9% 7 0.63 6 0.54 4 0.36 b Aptitude / Ability / Skill 9% 8 0.72 5 0.45 6 0.54 c Attitude 6% 5 0.3 5 0.3 4 0.24 d Health 6% 6 0.36 5 0.3 6 0.36 e Dreams 7% 8 0.56 4 0.28 4 0.28 100% 94.0 6.4 84.0 5.5 88.0 5.9 There are six types of career, known as Holland Hexagon Types of Careers Realistic - Doer, Skilled, Concrete like one must know atleast one skill to performance the task, survive, like electrician, plumber, driver, etc Investigative - Thinker, Analytical Ideas, Mathematical, Logical, Science like programmer, technologist, Police, investigative agency, etc Artistic - Artistic, Imagining, Creating like web designer, painter, media advertisement, photography, etc Social - Social, Helper, and Educational Service oriented people like teachers, etc Enterprising - Enterpriser, Persuader Outgoing, want to be on their own, good at finance , setting the vision, strategy, and executing those, leadership, etc Conventional - Practical, Organizing Things like grocery, cloth merchants, etc Thus while selecting appropriate career you need to consider following cycle 1. Know your abilities, attributes and aspirations 2. Know the skills, are you prepared to upgrade & enhance those? Your potential can be turned to the performance. 3. Know your style 4. Know your family, their support, influence, etc 5. Your value system and upbringing 6. Then set the goal and re-evaluate the options Need career advice and guidance?  Seek career guidance to find the jobs matching your needs & interests. Prepare yourself with the right tools to make yourself ready for professional career development.  List the Career Resources to advance your career path.  Find professional resources to assist you in your next steps. Use this toolkit to search for jobs, compare your salary, receive skills training, search for school or degree programs, etc How Do I Choose the Right Career? Answer: Choosing a career is an involved process that is based on a number of things, including your interests, skills, work-related values, and personality. You might want to meet with a career development professional, i.e. career counselor or career development facilitator or mentor. A career development professional will use various tools to help you evaluate your interests, personality, skills, and values. This is called a self assessment. He or she will then show you how all these things, combined, play a role in choosing a career.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 24 There are many career options. How do you make a career choice when you don't really know what you want to do? Yes, you will have to put some time and energy into making your decision, but your effort will be well worth it in the end. Follow these steps to making a good career choice. You have to learn about yourself. Your values, interests and skills, in combination with certain personality traits, will make some careers suitable for you and some are not. You can use self assessment tools (career tests) to gather this information. Later prepare a list of occupations that are deemed appropriate. You may choose to have career counselors or many opt to use career tests. Career test - http://careerplanning.about.com/od/careertests/ http://www.princetonreview.com/cte/quiz/default.asp http://www.queendom.com/ http://www.mapmytalent.in/homepage Ten Myths About Choosing a Career 1. Forget What You've Heard About Choosing a Career 2. Choosing a career is simple 3. A career counselor can tell me what occupation to pick 4. I can't make a living from my hobby 5. I should choose a career from a "Best Careers" list 6. Making a lot of money will make me happy 7. Once I choose a career I'll be stuck in it forever 8. If I change careers my skills will go to waste 9. If my best friend (or sister, uncle, or neighbor) is happy in a particular field, I will be too 10. All I have to do is pick an occupation... Things will fall into place after that Time frame to start planning a career It is suggested to start career planning since standard 8th onward. Start reading blogs, news paper, watch educational videos, challenge the aspirations and start dreaming, discussing with close friends, parents and relatives, start shaping up the ideas, set the goal and march toward it. However it is never late. There are phases in career and one can change the direction if needed applying the correction. Planning your career Planning your careerBefore you can get a job, you'll need to think about what sort of job or career path suits you. There's also information to help you plan and develop your career and take the steps to put that plan into action  Planning your career sections  Career planning resources  Employability skills  Finding a mentor  The Willing and Able Mentoring Program  Find out more about that job  Life after uni Career planning resources A career plan helps you to pick a career that suits your interests and abilities and to work out the best way to pursue that career. A career plan provides a more formal way of thinking about your future by
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 25 writing down a step-by-step process that will lead you from where you are to where you want to be. And like any plan, it's also important to periodically revise it to see how you're tracking. Putting together a career plan normally involves:  Identifying your skills, goals and interests  Finding a job, course or training program related those skills, goals and interests  Developing a strategy to find work or training in your chosen field  Carrying out your plan Remember: your career plan is not set in stone. You can change it if you need to. As a matter of fact, a good career plan should grow and change as you do. How Do I Create a Career Plan? Here's a brief overview of the resources available while planning a career Online Career Planning Resources - There are lots of websites that provide step-by-step guides, tips and tools for planning your career. Here are a few examples: MyFuture - The MyFuture site has a self-guided, step-by-step career planning process called My Guide, which helps you assess your goals, explore career possibilities, clarify your career direction and set a plan of action. The MyFuture Career Development page explains these career-planning steps in detail. To use MyGuide, you will need to register, but it's free to do so. http://www.myfuture.edu.au/ aLife - aLife is a great source for career ideas, packed with profiles featuring video interviews with real people doing their jobs. You can watch specific job profiles, pick one at random or select one based on your interests or personality traits. http://www.alife.net.au/ Job Outlook - Career Quiz - Try this quick quiz to get a general idea of some of your likes and dislikes about work. Are you creative or a people person? Do you prefer practical or technical work? All these things help you get a sense of the types of jobs or training programs that best suit you. http://joboutlook.gov.au/pages/careerquiz.aspx Career Counsellors Alternatively, you could seek assistance from a qualified career planner. If you're still at school, book in time to talk to your careers teacher, check what kind of career counselling services are on offer. To find out more about Career Counsellors, check Career Counselling page. http://www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au/Studying+%26+Training/Assistance+While+Studying/Career+couns elling/ Finding the Right Career Whether you’re just leaving school, finding opportunities limited in your current position or, like many in this economy, facing unemployment, it may be time to consider your career path. Regardless of your reasons, the right career is out there for everyone. By learning how to research options, realize your strengths, and acquire new skills, as well as muster the courage to make a change, you can discover the career that’s right for you. Finding meaningful work in today’s world You may have fallen into the trap of thinking the sole point of work is to bring home enough money to live comfortably. While adequate compensation is important in any job, it’s not the whole story. If you are unsatisfied with what you do every day, it takes a toll on your physical and mental health. You may feel burned out and frustrated, anxious, depressed, or unable to enjoy time at home knowing another
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 26 workday is ahead. What’s more, if you don’t find your work meaningful and rewarding, it’s hard to keep the momentum going to advance in your career. You are more likely to be successful in a career that you feel passionate about. If you’re looking to enter the work force for the first time or contemplating a career change, the first step to choosing a fulfilling career is to uncover the activities that get you excited and bring you joy. Discovering new possibilities The first step in considering a career change is to think carefully about what really drives you. You might find it hard to get past thinking about “what pays the most” or “what is most secure,” especially in today’s economy. However, it’s important to first discover your primary interests and passions. This can open doors to careers that you might not have considered. Once you have that foundation, you can start fine tuning your search for the right career. You may be surprised at how you can fit your passions into a new career. Exploring your career opportunities Focus on the things you love to do. What have you dreamed of doing in the past? What do you naturally enjoy doing? Jot down what comes to mind, no matter how improbable it seems. Look for clues everywhere. Take note of projects or topics that stir your compassion or excite your imagination. Reflect on stories of people you admire. Ask yourself why certain activities make you happy, and pay attention to times when you are really enjoying yourself. Be patient. Remember that your search may take some time and you might have to go down a few different roads before finding the right career path. Time and introspection will help you identify the activities you most enjoy and that bring you true satisfaction. Overcoming obstacles to career happiness It’s always challenging to consider a huge change in your life, and there may be many reasons why you think changing careers is not possible. Here are some obstacles with tips on how to overcome them: It’s too much work to change careers. Where would I ever begin? Changing careers does require a substantial time investment. However, remember that it does not happen all at once. If you sit down and map out a rough plan of attack, breaking down larger tasks into smaller ones, it is a lot more manageable than you think. And if the payoff is a happier, more successful career, it’s worth it. I’m too old to change careers. I need to stay where I am. If you have worked for a number of years, you may feel that you’ve put too much time and effort into your career to change midstream. Or you may be concerned about retirement and health benefits. However, the more you’ve worked, the more likely you are to have skills that can transfer to a new career. Even if you are close to receiving a pension or other benefits, you can start to plan now for a career transition after retirement. I don’t have enough skills to consider a new career. You may be unaware of the skills you have, or low self-esteem may lead you to underestimate your marketability.You probably have more skills than you think. Consider skills you’ve learned not only from your job but also from hobbies, volunteering, or other life experiences. And gaining skills is not an all-or-nothing proposition. You can volunteer once a week or take a night class to move forward, for example, without quitting your current job. In this economy, I’m lucky to have a job. I don’t want to rock the boat. In today’s climate, it might feel like too much of a risk to consider changing careers. However, if you’re unhappy in your current job, doing research on other options will only benefit you in the long run. You may discover a career with a more stable long-term outlook than your current career, for example. And you don’t have to quit your current job until you are confident of your new career path. Tips to finding the right career Finding the right career tip 1: Identify occupations that match your interests
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 27 So how do you translate your interests into a new career? With a little research, you may be surprised at the careers that relate to many of the things you love to do. Career tests Different online tools can guide you through the process of self-discovery. Questions, quizzes, and personality assessments can’t tell you what your perfect career would be, but they can help you identify what’s important to you in a career, what you enjoy doing, and where you excel. One example, frequently used by universities and the U.S. government, is the RIASEC/Holland interest scale. It outlines six common personality types, such as investigative, social, or artistic, and enables you to browse sample careers based on the type of personality you most identify with. Find links to this and other online career tests in the Resources section below. Researching specific careers If you have narrowed down some specific jobs or careers, you can find a wealth of information online, from description of positions to average salaries and estimated future growth. This will also help you figure out the practical priorities: How stable is the field you are considering? Are you comfortable with the amount of risk? Is the salary range acceptable to you? What about commute distances? Will you have to relocate for training or a new job? Will the new job affect your family? Get support and information from others Get support and information from othersWhile you can glean a lot of information from research and quizzes, there’s no substitute for information from someone currently working in your chosen career. Talking to someone in the field gives you a real sense of what type of work you will actually be doing and if it meets your expectations. What’s more, you will start to build connections in your new career area, helping you land a job in the future. Networking and informational interviewing are important skills that can greatly further your career. You may also consider career counseling or a job coach, especially if you are considering a major career shift. Sometimes impartial advice from others can open up possibilities you hadn’t considered. Finding the right career tip 2: Evaluate your strengths and skills Once you have a general idea of your career path, take some time to figure out what skills you have and what skills you need. Remember, you’re not completely starting from scratch—you already have some skills to start. These skills are called transferable skills, and they can be applied to almost any field. Some examples include:  Management and leadership experience  Communication (both written and oral)  Research and program planning  Public speaking  Conflict resolution and mediation  Managing your time effectively  Computer literacy  Foreign language fluency Tips for discovering your transferable career skills Don’t limit yourself to experiences only at work. When you are thinking about your skills, consider all types of activities including volunteering, hobbies, and life experiences. For example, even if you don’t have formal leadership or program planning experience, founding a book club or organizing a toy drive are ways that you have been putting these skills into practice.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 28 List your accomplishments that might fit in. Don’t worry about formatting these skills for a resume at this point. You just want to start thinking about what skills you have. It can be a tremendous confidence booster to realize all of the skills you’ve developed. Brainstorm with trusted friends, colleagues, or mentors. They may be able to identify transferable skills you’ve overlooked or help you better articulate these skills in the future. Uncover more transferable skills by taking the online tests listed in the Resources section below. Finding the right career tip 3: Develop your skills and experience If your chosen career requires skills or experience you lack, don’t despair. There are many ways to gain needed skills. While learning, you’ll also have an opportunity to find out whether or not you truly enjoy your chosen career and also make connections that could lead to your dream job. Gaining career skills: Utilize your current position. Look for on-the-job training or opportunities to do projects that develop new skills. See if your employer will pay part of your tuition costs. Identify resources in the community. Find out about programs in your community. Community colleges or libraries often offer low cost opportunities to strengthen skills such as computers, basic accounting, or how to start a business. Local Chambers of Commerce, Small Business Administrations, or state job development programs are also excellent resources. Volunteer or work as an intern. Some career skills can be acquired by volunteering or doing an internship. This has the added benefit of getting you in contact with people in your chosen field. Take classes. Some fields require specific education or skills, such as an educational degree or specific training. Don’t automatically rule out more education as impossible. Many fields have accelerated programs if you already have some education, or you may be able to do night classes or part-time schooling so that you can continue to work. Some companies even offer tuition reimbursements if you stay at the company after you finish your education. Finding right career tip 4: Consider starting your own business If you’re getting worn down by a long commute or a difficult boss, the thought of working for yourself can be very appealing. And even in a slower economy, it’s still possible to find your perfect niche. Depending on the specialty, some companies prefer to streamline their ranks and work with outside vendors. However, it is especially important to do your homework and understand the realities of business ownership before you jump in. Make sure you are committed to and passionate about your business idea. You will be spending many long hours getting started, and it may take a while for your business to pay off. Research is critical. Take some time to analyze your area of interest. Are you filling an unmet need? Especially if you are considering an online business, how likely is your area to be outsourced? What is your business plan, and who are your potential investors? Learn more in the Resources section below. Expect limited or no earnings to start. Especially in the first few months, you are building your base and may have start-up costs that offset any profit initially. Make sure you have a plan on how to cope during this period. Final tips for career changers Pace yourself and don’t take on too much at once. Career change doesn’t happen overnight, and it is easy to get overwhelmed with all the steps to successfully change careers. However, you will get there with commitment and motivation. Break down large goals into smaller ones, and try to accomplish at least one small thing a day to keep the momentum going.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 29 Don’t rush into a change because of unhappiness in your current job. If you are stressed and unhappy in your current job, or unemployed, you might be feeling a lot of pressure to make a quick change. However, if you don’t do enough research, you might end up in an even worse position than before, with the added stress of a new position and new learning curve. Ease slowly into your new career. Take time to network, volunteer, and even work part-time in your new field before committing fully. It will not only be an easier transition, but you will have time to ensure you are on the right path and make any necessary changes before working full-time in your new field. Take care of yourself. You might be feeling so busy with the career transition that you barely have time to sleep or eat. However, managing stress, eating right, and taking time for sleep, exercise, and loved ones will ensure you have the stamina for the big changes ahead. What if I’ve already lost my job? Being unemployed or underemployed can be tremendously stressful. It can increase the pressure of meeting mortgage payments and other financial obligations. You may feel ashamed for not working, or feel the loss of your job has stripped you of your identity, at home and at work. This is especially true if you have been in the same field for a very long time. However, unemployment also has a bright side. It gives you the chance to reflect on your career path. If you’ve been considering a new field, now is the time to research the options and see what might be the right fit for you. You may end up in a much stronger position than if you had originally kept your job. Help needed? From whom help is needed? One must be very clear about the resources needed while education and building a career. It is a good practise to list what kind of help needed, from whom and what is a value of help & support. Visit http://www.youngbuzz.com/careers/career-options to understand various career options. Conclusion  Only a way to reach to highest possible career is good education and study  There is only a way to be there  You need to be really mad at study  Just do it, it is simple & possible  Just decide I want to do it!  And DO IT! Courses for toppers and masses We observe that Toppers adopt one of the following careers  Engineering at Government Colleges or IITs from top 20 colleges  Medical at Governmenet Colleges from top 20 colleges  Management at IIM  C.A./ C.S./ ICWA  IAS - MPSC or UPSC  BS or MS at USA / UK at top 200 global universities followed by Ph D About civil services Options of civil services are excellent. However after many attempts and wasted years some people end up as teachers or administrator. The process wastes precious years of a person & money. If only the aptitude was checked earlier appropriately, a person could be advised to do something else. Probability of success being low however if determined and having intellect & aptitude, one can succeed. This decision making is critical and should be done appropriately collecting all the data and checking abilities.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 30 While a student with ordinary score may opt & follow a career choice as below. List of Career Options  Accounting  Administration  Agriculture  Animation  Army, navy & air force  Art & Design  Astro science  Astrology  Astronomy  Astrophysics  Aviation  Banking  Biotechnology  BPO/ Call Centers/KPO  Call agents  Cinema  Civil service / railway services / politics  Computer  Computer Operator  Dairy  Defence  Economists  Engineering & Technology  Entertainment  Environmental & Biological Sciences  Event management  Finance & Accounts  Fine art  Foreign languages  Foreign trade  Forestry service  Govt Service  Health fitness beauty  Historians, archaeologists, archivist, curators  Hospitality  Hotel management  Humanities and Liberal Arts
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 31  Information Tech & Related  Information technologies  Insurance  Justgraduate  Jwellary  Lawyer  Leadership  Legal & Secretrial  Library & information science  Management  Marine  Media  Media & Comm  Medical  Military  Navy  Offbeat  Paramedical  Performing Arts  Personal Secretary  Physical Sciences  Psychology  Publishing industry  Research  Sales  Secretarial  Social workers  Special educators & rehabilitation  Sports  Statistics  Teaching, sports & physical education  Telemarketing  Transport  Veternary  Work From Home Art & design further offers following opportunities o Animator o Architecture o Artist
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 32 o Exhibition Designer o Fashion Designer o Graphic Designer o Interior Designer o Jewellery Designer o Photography o Sculptor o Ceramic Technology o Garden Designer Jobs for Just graduates  Bank Probationary Officer  Call Centers  Computer Operator  Customer Care / Support Executive  Customer Service Executive  Field Research Executive  Insurance Advisor  Sales Promotion Executive  Secretary to Minister  Telemarketing Executive Career choices after 12th Standard (HSC) Career Options After Class 12- Arts, Commerce and Science Streams Now that your Class 12 exams are over, what will be your next course of action? You may be finding yourself at the crossroads, with no idea on which way to turn. It's about making the choice of your life, or more appropriately choosing your life. Selecting the right PUC course and the ideal college to make the grade is the first step in chalking the career plan. It's crucial since after the choice is made, there will be no turning back. But the problem is there are too many options. You may witness persuasions coming in from all directions, but to make the most crucial decision, you need to be well informed. Seek expert opinions. Counselling may also help. We have the details on what are the career options available for students pursuing higher education after class 12 Board examinations. 1. Bright career option for a Commerce stream pursuer There is a sea of options in Commerce stream to make a bright career. If a student likes to choose the most widely chosen option, he/she can pursue Bachelor of commerce degree (B. Com) with specialization in any one subject. After completion of graduation one can opt for post graduation (M. com). One can also opt for Ph.D degree on their respective subject which can help in getting a respectable profession such as teaching, research scholar and also in the banking sector. There are other professional courses which are highly favored in the current day situation. Some of them are as follows: Chartered accountancy (CA) is one of the most popular choices of a student. The main duty of a chartered accountant is auditing company's books, stock brokers and Income Tax assesses. A student who has avid desire to become a chartered accountant should try to join a CA course either after the
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 33 10+2 board examination by registering for the Professional Education (PE)-I course (a 10-month course) or after graduating (with the specified percentage) by registering for the PE II course (also 10-months long). Mater of Business Administration (MBA) is another popular choice among the students. Through the course Students learn how to manage a business professionally and can opt for a degree or diploma in management. The duration of a regular MBA course is 2 years and an Executive MBA course is of 1 year. One can complete their MBA through correspondence also. Chartered financial analyst (CFA) is another exiting course for Commerce pursuer students. The chief responsibility of a chartered financial analyst is to manage in the areas of financial accounting, management accounting, financial management, investment management, security evaluation, project planning, venture capital management and credit rating. The duration of the course is 3-years after post graduation degree. Company secretary (CS) is other interesting career which a person has certain liability for ensuring the company meets its statutory obligations. Student can apply for a company secretary course after passing (10+2) examination. Cost accountant course can take a student who passes the Senior Secondary Examination (under the 10+2 scheme) of a recognized board. Commerce stream is very useful to one's career prospects as it encompasses financial markets, economics to the latest management practices. Studying commerce can provide the proficiency and knowledge to even starting one's own venture. 2. Career options for a Science stream pursuer The choice of subjects, be it Science or Arts, may vary between universities. For example, an economics degree may be given as a B.A. by one university, but as B.Sc. by another. Biology, Biochemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Social Science, Sport/Exercise Science, General Science, Earth Science, Computer Science and the other fields of Engineering are are almost considered under sciences, universally. Ideally, a student is expected to be comprehensive in these aspects, before enrolling oneself to the course: a. why he or she wants to pursue that career, b. how he or she would be successful in that career, c. find out the institutes of related courses, d. try to gather information about the career options and, e. test his/her aptitude to appear in the Entrance Exams. A student can pursue Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc) by taking any science subject as the major subject. Numerous colleges offer specialisation in major subjects such as Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology, Botany, Geology, Physics etc. One can go further and opt for Masters degree (M.Sc) in their selected subjects, after completion of graduation. For further education, a Student can do Ph.D degree on their particular subjects. Some alluring job options after doing B. Sc or M.Sc are- Teachers/Professors (college/university), Scientists, Geologists, Chemists, Mathematicians, Physicists etc. A science graduate also can apply for UPSC exams, IAS, Banking, insurance exams and gets good jobs Courses in Medical Sciences: Various courses available for students opting for Medical Sciences are MBBS, BDS, BVS, B. Pharm, D Pharm and Nursing. M.B.B.S (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) offers courses on Human anatomy. The duration of the course is approximately 5 ½ years which includes one year of internship. Students can opt for Post Graduate specialization in different subjects such as Cardiology, Anesthesiology, Surgery, Dermatology, ENT, Gynecology, Neuro Sciences, Opthamology, Orthopedics and Paediatrics.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 34 B.D.S (Bachelor in Dental Sciences) offers courses in Dental Surgery and duration of the course is 5 years with Internship. After completion of B.D.S one can do the Post Graduation (P.G) in Dental Sciences. B.V.S (Bachelor in Veterinary Sciences) encompasses courses of the Animal disease, prevention and surgery cases. This course takes 4 1/2 years time with a practical Internship. One can do P.G studies in different specializations after completion of B. V. S course. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm) is also an attractive career prospect one can pursue. It takes is 4 years to complete the course. After completion of the course one can start alluring career in departments such as Drugs Research or Production in various Pharmaceutical Industries. If anyone yearns to do Post Graduation (M.Pharmacy) they can chose specialization in subjects such as: a. Pharmacology b. Pharmaceutics c. Pharmaceutical Analysis d. Pharmaceutical Chemistry e. Pharm D Diploma course in Pharmacy (D.Pharmacy) offers a 2 years duration course after which one can start practicing as a Pharmacist in various Medicinal Institutions. One can also opt for further studies such as B.Pharmacy and later M.Pharmacy. Bachelor in Nursing (B.Sc Nursing) is a 4 year course which covers topics such as healthcare, medicine dispensing and caring of ailing patients. There are various other courses which students can choose which are indirectly related to Medical / Medicine courses. These are Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, and Bachelor in Physiotherapy, Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicinal Sciences, Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicinal Sciences and Bachelor in Ayurveda Medicinal Sciences. Biotechnology describes is a series of enabling technologies involving manipulation of living organisms or their sub cellular components to provide useful products, processes or services for the betterment of mankind. This is 4 year course. Bioinformatics is a relatively new concept which is related to storage, retrieval and analysis of biological data for drug discovery and drug design. It integrates information technology for processing biological information such as nucleic acid (DNA/RNA), protein sequence and structure. The duration of the course is 4 years or else can also go for B.Sc Bioinformatics where the course duration is 3 years. B.P.T (Bachelor in Physiotherapy) basically studies how to restore the functioning of the body which is affected by due to illness like paralysis, injury, shock. The basic duration of the course is 3 years. B.H.M.S ( Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicinal Sciences) offers courses how to increase the self healing power of our body by using medicine which are derived from natural and herbal sources. The duration of the course is 5 1/2 year. B.A.M.S (Bachelor in Ayurveda Medicinal Sciences) covers courses how to restore the balance of our body without side effects. Main focus of the courses are to regain balance of liver disorders, rheumatic and chronic conditions. The duration of the course is only 3 years. 3. Engineering as a career option Engineering has a wide arena of career option. If anyone has an avid desire to pursue his/her career in engineering then they have to pass out 10+2 exam with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and with minimum qualifying marks. There are numerous government and non-government institutes in India which offers courses in various branches of Engineering. Among various colleges, Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs) are the most favored ones among the prospective students. The seven IITs are viz,
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 35 Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee. Apart from these there are 20 National Institute of Technologies (NITs), couple of IIITs and several private institutes in India which are able to offer a grand platform for making a good career. Different branches of engineering which boasts great potential for a blooming career in the engineering field are Agricultural Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Architecture, Automobile Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biotechnology, Ceramic Technology, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Genetic Engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Plastic Technology, Polymer Engineering, Rubber Technology, Space Technology, Textile Industry etc. 4. Career option for Arts stream pursuer After passing the higher secondary level examination a student can pursue Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) taking a special subject as the major subject. Some important major subjects which are offered by various colleges are history, languages, literature, law, philosophy, religion, performing arts, anthropology, communication, sociology, psychology and many more. After getting the graduation degree a student can do masters degree (MA) in their selected subjects. For further high qualification one can opt for Ph.D degree in their respective subject. Here are some of the attractive career options for Arts stream pursuer. These are as Psychologist, Counselor, Economist, Market analyst, Sociologist, Social Worker, Historian, Anthropologist, Human Resources, Personal Executive, Writer/journalist/Editor, lawyer, Media Personnel, School Teacher/College Professor/university Professor etc. Apart from these an Arts graduate student can apply for UPSC exams, IAS, Banking, insurance exams and gets good jobs. Competitive examination after 12th (HSC) The major competitive entrance exams students can take after their 10+2 class: 1. All Indian Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE): All Indian Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) is one of the most famous exam for admission in engineering/architecture bachelor courses for leading engineering / architecture institutes of the country. Therefore, it is one of the most popular exam for BE/B.Tech aspiring students across the country. The eligibility for this exam is candidate should be Class 12th passed or equivalent from a recognised board or university. 2. Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE): Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE) is organised and conducted by Indian Institute of Technology. IIT-JEE exam is conducted for those students who wish to take admission in top 15 IITs of the nation. These IITs offers engineering and technology courses to students under various disciplines. This exam is one the difficult entrance exam of the country. To participate in this exam candidate must have passed Class 12th exam or appeared in Class 12th final exam. 3. All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT): All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT): One of the most prestigious exam conducted for medical colleges. The exam is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi, for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in several medical colleges across the country. AIPMT consists exam at two levels, first is preliminary and second is main exam. There are 127 medical colleges and 30 dental colleges affiliated under AIPMT. The candidate must have passed Class 10+2 exam with Physics, Biology, Chemistry and English with at least 50% marks. Those who are taking Class 10+2 exam are also eligible to appear in this exam.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 36 4. Armed Forces Medical College Entrance Exam (AFMC): Armed Force Medical College is a premier institute for medical education in the country. AFMC is managed by Indian armed forces. Many aspiring candidates take this exam to get entry in armed forces. Students doing their MBBS from this medical college are liable to serve at least 7 years in the armed forces after completion of their course. Every year a large number of students appear in this exam and the competition is really tough. Students really have to prepare hard to get through in this exam. A candidate must have passed Class 10+2 exam with aggregate of 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. 5. National Institute of Fashion Technology Entrance Exam (NIFT): National Institute of Fashion Technology is premier institute for design management and technology and conducts entrance exam for its various courses. Candidates those who are interested in fashion designing courses take this exam for securing a seat in this prestigious institute of the country. Every year candidates from various parts of the country appear for NIFT entrance exam to get admission in its bachelor and master design courses. This institute is the most popular design institute of the country and offers all sort of designing courses to the students. A candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination. Candidates with a 3 or 4 year diploma recognised by AICTE or State Board of Technical Educations can also apply. 6. National Entrance Examination for Design (NEED): National Entrance Examination for design is amongst the famous entrance examination for undergraduate programs in design. It is one of the most popular entrance examinations for all the candidates aspiring for a career in design. For admission in National Institute of Design and other design institutes the candidates are shortlisted according to their scores. This is one of the national level exams conducted for all aspiring candidates. A candidate must have passed Class 12th exam in any discipline from a recognised board or university. 7. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT): Common Law Admission Test is an all India entrance examination conducted by 11 National Law Universities for admission to their under-graduate and post graduate degree programme (LLB & LLM). All the aspiring candidates who aspire to build their career in law field appear in this exam to secure a seat in one of the law University of the Country. To be eligible to appear for CLAT, a candidate should have passed Senior Secondary Examination or its equivalent examination with not less than 50 marks. 8. Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT): Birla Institute of Technology and Science conduct this admission test for its bachelor engineering programmes for its Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa campuses. The pattern of the exam is not conventional, it is online exam. Every year a large number of students appear in this exam to get admission in this prestigious engineering college. BITS provide opportunity to board toppers for direct admission in to these institutes without any entrance exam. To be eligible to appear in this exam candidate must have passed Class 12th exam from a recognised board or university with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. 9. National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Joint Entrance Exam: National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT) conducts all Indian Joint Entrance Examination for admission to B.Sc. in Hospitality & Hotel Administration program. This three year program imparts all necessary training and knowledge which is important for this field. In India 24 institutes providing training in hotel management are affiliated to National Council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT). Candidates must have passed Senior Secondary Examination from a recognised board or university with English as one of the main subjects. 10. National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (NDA & NA): Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), India conducts National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (NDA & NA) to recruit aspiring candidates to the Army, Navy and Air force wing of the National Defence Academy (NDA). The course of training is for three years. A large number of students appear in this
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 37 prestigious exam after their Class 12th exam. The candidate should be Class 12th passed from a recognised board or university. 11. NEET UG (National Eligibility Entrance Exam for Under Graduate) NEET UG is a single entrance cum eligibility test for admission in MBBS/BDS courses on all india entrance exam basis after 12th science. Previously AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test) was conducted by CBSE for admission to MBBS/BDS, 15% seats of All India quota. But with NEET UG introduction, AIPMT and other Medical entrance exam of under graduate level exam will replaced. NEET UG conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and a single stage exam with paper and pen test in offline mode. NEET UG under graduate exam syllabus recommended by Medical Council of India shall be scrutinised on www.mciindia.org. The duration of NEET (UG) entrance exam is 3 hours. Application forms, Examination centre cities, instructions for filling up application form is available on www.cbseneet.nic.in 12. NID (National Institutes of Design) entrance exam: NID is an internationally acclaimed premier institutes of India which provides professional education in Textile, Industrial, IT and Communication design. NID is an autonomous institutes under Ministry of Commerce and Industry, GOI. The educational eligibility for various GDPD (Graduate Diploma Programme in Design) entrance exam after 12th is (10+2) or equivalents, subject to passing the entrance exam. For more NID entrance exam details, refers official portal, http://www.nid.edu 13. SSC (Staff Selection Commission ) Jobs exam If you have decided that to choose a career after 12th you will join a govt job as Lower division clerk in any of the various govt Departments/Ministries, Railways and Armed Forces than SSC will help you in applying and appearing for various jobs in govt sector for which minimum education qualification required is 10+2. Through SSC any students after 12th can apply for central govt jobs in various departments of central goverment. You can browse various government jobs advertised from time to time in this portal, http://ssc.nic.in/SSC.html 14. Exam Name: AFMC Exam - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/afmc-exam "The institution is responsible for providing the entire pool of specialists and super specialists to Armed Forces by giving them in service training.Thus AFMC forms the backbone of high quality professional education. 15.Exam Name: CMC Vellore Exam - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/cmc-vellore-exam "The Christian Medical College is an unaided, non-capitation, Christian minority, educational institution admitting students on merit on an all India basis. 16.Exam Name: Civil Services Exam - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/civil-services-exam "Civil Services constitute all non-military departments of the government machinery, which run the central and state administration. 17.Exam Name: IIMC Exam - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/iimc-exam "Indian institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) is an autonomous Society under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and was set up with the objectives to provide training to the information and publicity 18.Exam Name: CDS - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/cds "Combined Defence Service exam is conducted by UPSC for the recruitment to officer cadre of the Army, Navy and Air force. 19.Exam Name: DUMET - http://study.taaza.com/test-preparation/dumet "Delhi University Medical/Dental Entrance Test is conducted every year for admission into MBBS and BDS courses in Medical/Dental colleges under Delhi University. 20.Exam Name: MCAT - http://study.taaza.com/studyabroad/test-preparation/mcat
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 38 "MCAT (Medical College Admission Test)tests the basic concepts in biology, general and organic chemistry, and physics. The exam also assesses capacity for problem solving and critical thinking S No Description 1 CET for engineering admission 2 AIEEE for engineering admission 3 NEET for medical admission 4 SAT for B.S. (Graduate course in USA) 5 IIT/JEE Mains Test (including Roorkee IIT, ISM, BHU, for IIT admission for B Tech 6 Marine Engineering (MERI) Kolkata & B.Sc. Nautical Science Degree at T.S. Chanakya, Navi Mumbai) 7 Shipping Corporation of India Ltd., Trainee Navigation Officers CADETS (TNOC) 8 National Institute of Fashion Tech. (NIFT) for 6 Centres, New Delhi, Gandhi Nagger, Mumbai, Calcutta, Hyderabad, Chennai 9 UPSC, NDA/NA Examination 10 Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL) Course 11 Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination IIT/JEE Advanced 12 CBSE PMT (MBBS/BDS) Exam NEET 13 Armed Forces Medical Colleges, Pune for MBBS 14 Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata,3 years B. Statistics (Hons.) 15 AIIMS New Delhi 16 University of Delhi (Faculty of Technology),Combined Entrance Exam (CEE) 17 Mahatma Gandhi Institutional Medical Sciences, Wardha MBBS Course & Rehabilitation 18 MBBS/B. Pharma BHU All India Combined Competitive Written Entrance Test (PMT/PAT) Varanasi 19 Special Class Railway Apprentices Exam 20 Indian Navy’s Naval College of Engineering (Pune) SSB 21 School of Fashion Technology (In Colaboration with NIFT, Delhi) 22 Junior Scientist THI 23 NEST - National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) is a compulsory test for students seeking admission to National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar and University of Mumbai - Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CBS), Mumbai. The course is for carrying out cutting edge scientific research and for providing input to scientific programmes of Department of Atomic Energy and other applied science institutions in the country. 24 CLAT - is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by 14 National Law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their under-graduate and post-graduate degree programmes (LL.B & LL.M). 25 Banasthali V - Entrance Test for M.Phil. in English (ELT) 26 GTSE - Global Talent Search Examination (GTSE) is an Amity initiative to awaken scientific thinking in young minds. Test skills in Science and Mathematics 27 ANTSE - The AJMAL NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH (ANTS) EXAMINATION has assumed significance
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 39 as a popular talent search examination in North East India. 28 INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE, JEE (ISI) 29 NSTSE - NTSE-2013 National Talent Search Examination Notification (for class X Students) 30 Olympiad - National Science Olympiad (NSO) Exam, is organized every year to motivate students to strive for better and deeper understanding of scientific facts and data and to enhance their reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills Courses available after graduation Completion of Graduation is a watershed in one’s career. From here a general graduate (Arts/Sciences/Commerce) can choose any of the career options available to him. There are many government jobs open to graduates like in Railways, Public sector Banks, Defense, Police and Civil administration. However more lucrative scopes are available in private sector in terms of remuneration and other facilities in the face of liberalization and globalization. As there are many career options available to a graduate, he may have some confusion to choose the right one. This page can guide him to choose a right career path. Sales and Marketing Growing consumerism has thrown up a lot of opportunities in sales and marketing. Graduates can directly join as sales and marketing executives in several companies be it food and beverage, manufacturing, IT or other service providers. With the development of e-commerce telemarketing is also a good option. Here earning is very lucrative which includes salary, allowance and also commissions. Management MBA is the most promising career option after graduation. It throws up jobs in the fields of finance, personnel management, sales-marketing and international business. Graduates have to qualify entrance test like CAT/XAT/MAT/FMS/IIFT/SNAP conducted by the concerned institutes. Remuneration of management graduates ranges from Rs 25,000 to Rs 1 lac per month or even more depending upon qualification and experiences. CS/ CA/ CFA/CWA After graduation one can enter into professional courses like CS/ CA/ CFA/CWA. Such courses are offered by several institutes in India. After completion of courses one can work in public and private sectors bank, industries, MNCs, corporate houses, media houses and with many more organizations. These professional are highly required in the cut throat competitive economy thus their remuneration is very high. After some year of experience one can also start consultancy in this field. Computer Courses: MCA/Animation/Web Design IT revolution has opened up several job opportunities. Here one can work as computer operator, programmer, software professional, animator and web designer. Courses relating to such areas are offered by several universities and private institutes. Rather than joining any companies one can also work as independent service provider. Remuneration here generally varies between Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000 per month. Mass Communication And Journalism/Advertising Proliferation of media houses has opened up many opportunities for graduates who opt for Masscom and Journalism. One can work as correspondent, reporter, anchor, columnist and radio jockey in print/electronics/web media houses. Advertising is also a promising career option to graduates. Courses in Masscom/Journalism/Advertising are offered by several universities and private institutes. Besides
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 40 there are also distance learning programmes. Earning in this sector is highly lucrative which generally ranges from Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000 per month. Hotel Management Hotel Management is a favored career option in India. Graduates can do Post Graduate/Diploma courses in hotel management offered by public and private institutes. After such qualification they can join catering services of hotels, restaurants, airlines, shipping companies, railways, clubs, offices and many more. The average pay packages here lies between Rs 15,000 to Rs 50,000 per months. Travel and Tourism Travel and tourism offer multiple career options to graduates. To enter this sector all they need is a course in tourism management/development offered by several public and private institutes. They can join tour and travel companies, tour agencies, airlines and hotels. Besides they can also work as independent tour guide and travel agents. Remuneration here depends upon quality of services and customer satisfaction. Civil Aviation: Air Hostess/ Commercial Pilot Career in civil aviation is quite promising which requires professional training for Air Hostess and Commercial Pilot. Only science graduates can be enrolled into commercial pilot training whereas air hostess training is open to all graduates. After training jobs in public and private airlines are open to them. Remuneration varies here which ranges between Rs 25,000 to 2 lacs per month depending upon nature of job and kind of employers. Social Work Proliferation of developmental agencies and NGOs has made social work a promising and remunerative career option for graduates. They can be enrolled into this course which is offered by several universities and private institutes. Several developmental agencies and NGOs including international one are waiting these professional with lucrative pay packages. Besides, there are ample self-employment opportunities available in social work. Law Graduates also can start their career as a legal professional. After completion of LLB/LLM courses they can work as lawyer or legal consultants. They also can join judicial services by qualifying competitive exams conducted by public service commissions. They can also work independently as a consultant in legal matter. Here remuneration is quite lucrative after having some purposeful experiences. Banking & Finance Career options in banking are abundant as it is one of the fastest growing services in India. Banking and Finance offers graduates jobs in public and private sector banks, insurance companies and stock exchanges. The awaiting jobs for graduates in this sector includes Probationary Officer, Clerk, Accountant, Auditor, Development Officer, insurance agent and stock brokers. Through competitive exams one can enter into bank’s jobs. For insurance and capital markets one has to complete (NCFM) course offered by NSE. Generally remuneration here is something between Rs 8,000 to Rs 30,000 per month which may varies depending on the kind of jobs, nature employer, qualification and experiences. Library Science With the information revolution Library Science is now emerging as a promising career option for graduates. They have to go for a degree/diploma courses in Library Science. After that they can join public or private library, museum, art galleries and publishing and media houses. Generally Library Scientists’ pay packages ranges form Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000 per month which may varies at times. Teaching: B.Ed
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 41 Teaching is a prestigious and remunerative career option. Graduates require going for a Teacher’s Training/B.Ed programme after graduation. After this they can join government and privates schools of various levels. For teaching in collages/universities one has to complete post-graduation along with NET. Besides, a teacher can teaches in private tutorials and coaching institutes. He can start his own coaching institute. Remuneration of teachers varies from Rs 8,000 to Rs 20,000 per month which may vary under different conditions. Defense and Police Jobs/ Civil Services/ Forest Services/Railways Jobs Graduates can enter into defense jobs through CDS exam conducted by UPSC. They also can compete for various paramilitary/police services jobs for which exams are conducted by SSC of central and state governments. For graduates another promising career option is Civil /Forest /Economic services. These exams are conducted by UPSC. Indian Railways also opens up various non-technical jobs for graduates like TTI, Goods Guards and Station Master for which aspirants have to qualify the competitive exams conducted by the concerned railway boards. Film and TV: Acting/Production/Direction Film and TV career has all the money, name and fame and celebrity status. After having a degree/diploma courses in acting/production/direction/editing/ cinematography /choreography /photography one can join film studio, production houses and advertising agencies. One can also start his career as independent producer, director, editors, cameramen, soundmen, lighting crews, assistants and so on. One also can be a lyricists/playback singer/music composer if he has some inborn quality along with proper training. In terms of status and remuneration sky is the only limit in this field. Modeling Fabulous earning and instant popularity are the main features of modeling career. Graduates can take up this career after having some basic training. Most importantly one should have natural physical attributes to be a good model. Models can get opportunities in advertising agencies, showrooms, production and media houses. Besides they can enter into music albums, TV programmes and even into Bollywood. Designing Graduates also can start their career in designing as a Garment/Jewellery/Foot Wear/Interior designer. All they need is to do a professional course in the concerned subjects form any of the institutes. After that they can work with some organisation or start their own venture. Here remuneration depends upon the popularity of the concerned person and his/her innovation. Beauty Care Graduates can start their career in the field of Hair Style/Beauty Therapy/Massage/Make-up/Herbal Beauty Care specialists. All they need to do some basic training in the concerned field. After that they can join beauty parlor, fashion and advertising houses, film and TV industry, cosmetic industry, health and fitness clubs. Besides they can start their own beauty parlor/salon/massage centre/health or fitness club. Earning here depends upon personal quality and innovation. Medical Transcription Medical Transcription is basically an outsourced job form foreign countries. Graduates require a short duration training to start a career in medical transcription. Besides this they should good hearing ability and knowledge about foreign phonetics. Remuneration in this field ranges form Rs 10,000 to Rs 30,000 per month depending upon experiences. Content/Technical Content Writing Graduates can directly apply for content writing jobs available in travel agencies, media and publishing houses. For technical content writing jobs they need some training which is of 3-6 months duration.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 42 Generally pay packages of Content/Technical content writers varies between Rs 8,000 to Rs 35,000 per months. BPO/KPO BPO/KPO provides numerous job opportunities to graduates. All they need is to do some short duration training. Those who have excellent communication skill in English need not require this training. BPO/KPO jobs are easily available in metro city and other major cities in India. Remuneration normally ranges between Rs 8,000 to Rs 30,000 per month depending upon personal quality and experiences. Entrepreneurship Self employment is the best option available to a graduate. All he needs is some initial capital investment and the killer instinct of an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship provides the widest opportunities to excel in career. Earnings in self-employment can’t be estimated because it can be anything between 0 to last natural number. Most importantly one can work at his will and convenience. Best Courses after Graduation in Arts, Commerce, Science, Engineering, Computer Science, Biotechnology, Chemistry Streams for Arts, Commerce, Science, Engineering students in India. Best Courses after Graduation in Arts Welcome to the Best Courses after Graduation for Arts Students in Arts stream in India, Courses after ba psychology, economics section. What to do after Graduation in Arts? There are many career options and courses available after graduation, courses after ba, bba for arts students. Here you can explore top and best courses and careers after graduation, courses after ba, bba, courses after graduation in arts stream, post graduate diploma and degree courses in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Courses after Graduation in Commerce Welcome to the Best Courses after Graduation for Commerce Students in Commerce stream in India section. What to do after Graduation in Commerce? There are many career options and courses available after graduation, b.com for commerce students like banking and finance, insurance, stock markets, capital markets, financial planning, ca, cs, cfa, cfp, icwa, equity research, accounting, etc. Here you can explore top and best courses and careers after graduation, b.com, courses after graduation in commerce stream, post graduate diploma and degree courses in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Courses after Graduation in Science Stream Welcome to Best Courses after Graduation for Science, Non Medical, Biology Students in Science stream in India, Courses after Bsc Chemistry, Nursing, Computer Science, Botany, Zoology, Physics, Botany section. What to do after Graduation in Science? There are many career options and courses available after graduation, courses after bsc for medical, non medical, biology, chemistry, physics, botany, computer science students. Here you can explore top and best courses and careers after graduation, bsc, courses after graduation in Science stream, post graduate diploma and degree courses in science in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Courses after Graduation for Engineering Welcome to the Best Courses after graduation for engineering students, in engineering stream in India section. What to do after graduation in engineering? There are many graduation, professional diploma and degree courses and career options available to students after graduation for engineering students in engineering stream like diplomas and bachelor degrees like M.Tech, MS, MBA, PGDM, etc. Here you can explore list of top and best careers & courses after engineering for engineers, graduation courses,
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 43 diploma and degree graduation courses after engineering in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, India. Best MBA Courses after Graduation Welcome to the Best MBA Courses after Graduation, Diploma, Management Courses after Graduation in India section. Here you will find a list of top and best mba courses for arts, commerce, science, engineering students after graduation, b.com, b.tech, bca, bba, bms in marketing, finance, HR, Retail Management in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, India. Best Animation Courses after Graduation Welcome to the Best Animation Courses after Graduation, Top Animation Courses after B.Tech in India section. There are many animation courses after graduation, b.tech in India like 2d-3d Animation, graphics designing, visual effects, digital film making, vfx, multimedia, web & game design courses. Here you will find a list of top and best animation courses after graduation, b.tech in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, Coimbatore, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Fashion Designing Courses after Graduation Welcome to Best Fashion Designing Courses after Graduation, Top Interior, Jewellery, Apparel, Textile Design Courses after Graduation in India section. There are many designing courses after graduation in India like fashion designing, interior, jewellery, apparel, textile, automobile design courses. Here you will find a list of top and best fashion designing courses after graduation, interior, jewellery design courses in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, Coimbatore, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Banking and Finance Courses after Graduation in India Welcome to the Best Finance Courses after Graduation, Banking and Finance Courses after Graduation in India section. Here you will find a list of top and best finance courses after graduation like wealth management, stock markets, capital markets, banking & finance, ca, cs, cfa, cfp, pgdbf, financial planning, investment banking, equity research courses after graduation in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, India. Best Computer Courses after Graduation Welcome to the Best Computer Courses after Graduation in Computer Science for Commerce, B.com, Engineering in India section. There are many computer courses after graduation for commerce, arts, science, engineering students in India like computer applications, .net, ccna, ccne, software, hardware and networking, system administration, internet security, ethical hacking, embedded systems, IT, computer programming, mca, msc it courses. Here you will find a list of top and best computer courses after graduation in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, Coimbatore, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Best Media Courses after Graduation Welcome to Best Media Courses after Graduation, Mass Communication, Journalism Courses after Graduation for Arts stream students in India section. Here you will find a list of top and best mass media, mass communication courses after graduation, journalism courses, films & tv, film making, editing, direction, acting, media courses after graduation in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, India Top PhD in India Welcome to PhD in India, Best Ranking PhD Programs in India, List of PhD Universities, Colleges, Courses, Programmes, phd in Management, Finance, Business, Economics, Computer Science, Engineering,
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 44 Education, Medicine in India section. Here is a list of top and best phd programs, courses, programmes, universities, colleges, phd in management, business, economics, finance, education, cardiology, mathematics, physics, pharmacy, philosophy, psychology, chemistry, accounting, medicine, engineering, social work, computer science, political science, english, media, arts, commerce, law, history, bio technology in Delhi Ncr, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, kolkata, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Surat, Coimbatore, Kochi, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Punjab, UP, India. PhD in management is in too much demand these days for mba graduates. No of universities & colleges Higher education institutes S.No. Kind of Institution Numbers Existing at the end of the X Plan Additionally proposed to be established during XI Plan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Central Universities IITs NITs IIITs IISERs IIMs 19 7 20 4 2 6 1 30 8 10 20 3 7 2 World class universities in India State Location State Location Maharashtra Pune Bihar Patna West Bengal Kolkata Madhya Pradesh Bhopal Tamil Nadu Coimbatore Kerala Kochi Karnataka Mysore Punjab Amritsar Andhra Pradesh Vishakapatanam Orissa Bhubaneshwar Gujarat Gandhinagar Uttar Pradesh Gandhinagar Rajasthan Jaipur North Eastern Region Greater NOIDA
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 45 Regions in Maharashtra Private college information 1.Pune (Marathi) 7. Kolhapur Region 2. Mumbai Region 8. Nagpur Region 3. Pune Region 9. Amravati Region 4. Aurangabad Region 10. Panvel Region 5. Nanded Region 11. Solapur Region 6. Jalgaon Region Universities in Maharashtra List of Universities R.T.M. Nagpur University North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Shivaji University, Kolhapur Mumbai University, Mumbai SNDT Women's University, Mumbai Pune University, Pune Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Amravati Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Ramtek Maharashtra Solapur University, Solapur-Pune National Highway, Solapur IIT – Locations  IIT Bhubaneswar  IIT Bombay  IIT Mandi  IIT Delhi  IIT Indore  IIT Kharagpur  IIT Hyderabad  IIT Rajasthan  IIT Kanpur
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 46  IIT Madras  IIT Gandhinagar  IIT Mandi  IIT Roorkee  ISM Dhanbad  IIT Ropar  IT BHU  IIT Guwahati Branches at various IIT Aerospace Engineering Aerospace Engineering with M.Tech. in applied mechanics with specialization in Biomedical Engineering Agricultural and FoodEngineering Agricultural and FoodEngineering with M.Tech. Applied Geology Applied Geophysics Applied Mathematics Architecture Biochemical Engineering BiochemicalEngineeringand Biotechnology Bioengineering with M.Tech in Biomedical Technology Biological Engineering Biological Sciences Biological Sciences and Bioengineering Biotechnology Biotechnology and BiochemicalEngineering Ceramic Engineering Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering with M.Tech. in Hydrocarbon Engineering Chemical Science and Technology ChemicalEngineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Civil Engineering (Infrastructural Civil Engineering) Civil Engineering with specialization Civil Engineering with M.Tech. in AppliedMechanics in specializations Civil Engineering with M.Tech. in Structural Engineering Civil Engineering Communication Technology
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 47 Computer Science and Engineering Design Design and Automation Economics Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering (Power) Electrical Engineering with M.Tech in AppliedMechanics with specialization in Biomedical Engineering Electrical Engineering with M.Tech. in Power Electronics ElectricalEngineering ElectricalEngineering with M.Tech. in any of the listed specializations ElectricalEngineering with M.Tech. in Communications ElectricalEngineering with M.Tech. in Microelectronics ElectricalEngineeringwith M.Tech. in Information & signal processing Electronics and Communication Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering with M.Tech. in Wireless Communication Electronics and Electrical Engineering Electronics andCommunication Engineering Electronics andElectrical Communication Engineering Electronics Engineering EnergyEngineering with M.Tech. inEnergy Systems Engineering and Management Engineering Design (Automotive Engineering) Engineering Design (Biomedical Design) Engineering Physics Engineering Science EngineeringPhysics with M.Tech. inEngineering Environmental Engineering Exploration Geophysics Geophysical Technology Industrial Chemistry Industrial Engineering and Management Industrial Engineering with M.Tech. in Industrial Industrial Engineering Instrumentation Engineering Integrated Manufacturing M.Tech. in Ceramics and composites M.Tech. in Metallurgical ProcessEngineering Manufacturing Science and Engineering with M.Tech.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 48 Manufacturing Science andEngineering Material Science and Technology Materials Science and Engineering Mathematics and Computing Mathematics and Scientific Computing Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering (Intelligent Manufacturing) Mechanical Engineering (Product design) Mechanical Engineering (Thermal Engineering) Mechanical Engineering with M.Tech. in any of the specializations MechanicalEngineering MechanicalEngineering with M.Tech. inComputer MechanicalEngineering with M.Tech. in computer aided Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Metallurgical and Materials Engineering with M.Tech. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering with M.Tech. in Geological Technology Metallurgical and MaterialsEngineering Metallurgical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering and Material science Mineral Engineering Mineral Engineering with M.Tech in Mineral Engineering Mineral Engineering with MBA Mining Engineering Mining Engineering with M.Tech. in Mining Engineering Mining Engineering with MBA Mining Machinery Engineering Mining Engineering MiningSafety engineering Naval Architectureand Ocean Engineering Naval Architectureand Ocean Engineering with M.Techin AppliedMechanics in any of the listed specializations Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture Petroleum Engineering Petroleum Engineering with M.Tech in Petroleum Pharmaceutics Physics Physics with specialization in Nano Science Polymer Science and Technology Process Engineering with MBA
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 49 Production and Industrial Engineering Pulp and Paper Engineering Quality Engineering Design and Manufacturing Systems Science Textile Technology Engineering Admission to various Engineering Colleges, Regional Engineering Colleges, Indian Institutes of Technology and Privately run Institutes is generally based on entrance test. Few of the colleges give admissions on donation as well. Minimum age generally is 17 years. Branches at various engineering colleges  Aeronautical  Aerospace Engineer  Agriculture Engineering  Architecture  Automobile Engineer  Aviation  Biochemical  Biology  Biomedical Engineer  Biotechnology  Broadcast Technician  Ceramic Technology  Chemical Engineer  Civil Engineer  Computer  Computer Engineer  Dairy  Defense service  Electrical Engineer  Electronics Engineer  Environmental  Fire fighter  Food Industry  Food Technologist  Footwear Technologist  Industrial Biotechnology  Industrial Engineer  Instrumentation Engineering  Irrigation
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 50  Leather  Manufacturing Science & Engineering  Marine Engineer  Materials Science  Mechanical Engineer  Merchant navy  Metallurgical  Mining Engineer  Metallurgist  Naval Architect  Ocean Engineering & Naval Architecture  Packaging  Petrochemical  Petroleum  Pharmaceutical  Plastic  Plastic  Polymer  Power  Printing  Production Engineer  Pulp & Paper  Railway  Shipping industry  Telecommunications Engineer  Textile  Tool & Die List of Top Engineering Colleges in India Rank Institute 1 Indian Institutes of Technology Kanpur Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur is engaged in carrying out original research of significance and technology development at the cutting edge.... 2 Indian Institute of Technology New Delhi From its humble beginning as a College of Engineering in 1961, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, is entering the 50th glorious year of its academic life.... 3 Indian Institutes of Technology Kharagpur From its humble beginning as a College of Engineering in 1961, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, is entering the 50th glorious year of its academic life... 4 Indian Institutes of Technology Madras
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 51 The Institute has fifteen academic departments and a few advanced research centres in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences, with nearly 100 laboratories organised in a unique pattern of functioning.... 5 Indian Institutes of Technology Roorkee The Institute offers Bachelor's Degree courses in 10 disciplines of Engineering and Architecture and Postgraduate's Degree in 55 disciplines of Engineering, Applied Science, Architecture and planning.... 6 Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani We are Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani), one of India’s leading higher education institutes and a deemed university under Sec. 3 of the UGC act.... 7 Delhi College of Engineering 69 years of Tradition of excellence in Engineering & Technology Education, Research and Innovations" Delhi College of Engineering, (initially established with the name – Delhi Polytechnic).... 8 National Institute of Technology Surathkal The National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Surathkal is one of such an NIT and is rated as one of the top technological universities in India.... 9 Indian Institutes of Technology Guwahati At present the Institute has eleven departments and three inter-disciplinary academic centres covering all the major engineering, science and humanities disciplines, offering BTech, BDes, MA, MDes, MTech, MSc and PhD programmes.... 10 National Institute of Technology Warangal The Institute is well known for its dedicated faculty, staff and the state-of-the art infrastructure conducive to a healthy academic environment. The Institute is constantly striving to achieve higher levels of technical excellence.... # Institute Name – Engineering Colleges 1 Government College of Engineering, Amravati 2 Shri Sant Gajanan Maharaj College of Engineering,Shegaon 3 Prof. Ram Meghe Institute of Technology & Research, Amravati 4 Maratha Shikshan Sanstha, P.R. Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati 5 Sipna Shikshan Prasarak Mandal College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati 6 Shri Shivaji Education Society's College of Engineering and Technology, Akola 7 Janata Shikshan Prasarak Mandal’s Babasaheb Naik College Of Engineering, Pusad 8 Paramhansa Ramkrishna Maunibaba Shikshan Santha's , Anuradha Engineering College, Chikhali 9 Jawaharlal Darda Institute of Engineering and Technology, Yavatmal 10 Dr. Bhausaheb Nadurkar College of Engineering, Waghapur,Yavatmal 11 Indira Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha, College of Engineering, Ghatkheda, Amravati 12 Dwarka Bahu Uddeshiya Gramin Vikas Foundation, Rajarshri Shahu College of Engineering, Buldhana
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 52 13 Shri. Dadasaheb Gawai Charitable Trust's Dr. Smt. Kamaltai Gawai Institute of Engineering & Technology, Darapur, Amravati 14 Jagadambha Bahuuddeshiya Gramin Vikas Sanstha's Jagdambha College of Engineering and Technology, Yavatmal 15 Dhamangaon Education Society's College of Engineering and Technology, Dhamangaon 16 Vision Buldhana Educational & Welfare Society's Pankaj Laddhad Institute of Technology & Management Studies, Yelgaon 17 Shri Gurudatta Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha's Institute of Pharmacy, Kaulkhad, Akola 18 Sanmati Engineering College, Sawargaon Barde, Washim 19 Bhonsla College of Engineering & Reasearch, Akola 20 Siddhivinayak Technical Campus, School of Engineering & Research Technology, Shirasgon, Nile 21 Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad 22 Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Nanded 23 Shree Yash Pratishthan, Shreeyash College of Engineering and Technology, Aurangabad 24 Deogiri Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, Aurangabad 25 M.S. Bidve Engineering College, Latur 26 Terna Public Charitable Trust's College of Engineering, Osmanabad 27 M.G.M.'s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College, Aurangabad 28 Mahatma Basaweshwar Education Society's College of Engineering, Ambejogai 29 Peoples Education Society's College of Engineering, Aurangabad 30 Aditya Engineering College , Beed 31 Matsyodari Shikshan Sansatha's College of Engineering and Technology, Jalna 32 Geetai Charitable Trust's Khurana Sawant Institute of Engineering & Technology, Balsond, Hingoli. 33 Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Shri Shivaji Institute of Engineering and Management Studies, Parbhani 34 Vilasrao Deshmukh Foundation Group of Institutions,VDF School Of Engg.& Technology, Latur 35 Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute(VJTI), Matunga, Mumbai 36 Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Andheri 37 Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere 38 Manjara Charitable Trust's Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Mumbai 39 Vidyalankar Institute of Technology,Wadala, Mumbai 40 Saraswati Education Society's Saraswati College of Engineering,Kharghar Navi Mumbai 41 Ramrao Adik Edu Soc, Ramarao Adik Instt. of Tech., Navi Mumbai 42 Thakur College of Engineering and Technology, Kandivali, Mumbai 43 K.J.Somaiya College of Engineering, Vidyavihar, Mumbai
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 53 44 Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra, Mumbai 45 Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology, Chembur, Mumbai 46 Shivajirao S. Jondhale College of Engineering, Dombivali,Mumbai 47 Vidyavardhini's College of Engineering and Technology, Vasai, Thane 48 Agnel Charities' FR. C. Rodrigues Institute of Technology, Vashi, Navi Mumbai 49 Konkan Gyanpeeth College of Engineering, Karjat 50 Hope Foundation and research center's Finolex Academy of Management and Technology, Ratnagiri 51 St. Francis Institute of Technology,Borivali, Mumbai 52 Excelsior Education Society's K.C. College of Engineering, Thane(E) 53 Watumull Institute of Electronics Engineering and Computer Technology, Worli, Mumbai 54 Metropolitan Institute of Technology & Management, Sukhalwad, Sindhudurg. 55 Government College of Engineering, Chandrapur 56 Laxminarayan Institute of Technology, Nagpur 57 Kavi Kulguru Institute of Technology & Science, Ramtek 58 Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur 59 Ankush Shikshan Sanstha's G.H.Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur 60 Yashwant Rural Education Society's Bapurao Deshmukh Engineering College,Sevagram 61 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha's Smt. Radhikatai Pandav College of Engineering, Nagpur 62 Guru Nanak Institute of Engineering & Technology,Kalmeshwar, Nagpur 63 Amar Seva Mandal's Shree Govindrao Vanjari College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur 64 Sir Shantilal Badjate Charitable Trust's S. B. Jain Institut of technology, Management & Research, Nagpur 65 Bhausaheb Charitable Trust's Bhausaheb Mulik College of Engineering, Nagpur 66 Shriram Gram Vikas Shikshan Sanstha, Vilasrao Deshmukh College of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur 67 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha, Mandukarrao Pandav College of Engineering, Bhandara,Nagpur 68 Shri. Sai Shikshan Sanstha, Nagpur Institute of Technology, Nagpur 69 Wainganga College of Engineering and Management, Dongargaon, Nagpur 70 Backword Class Youth Relife Commitee's Umrer College of Engineering, Umrer 71 Backward Class Youth Relife Commitee's, Karmavir Dadasaheb Kannamwar College of Engineering, Nagpur 72 Vidarbha Bahu-Uddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha's Tulshiramji Gaikwad Patil College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur 73 Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering Research & Technology Chandrapur 74 Gondia Education Society's Manoharbhai Patel Institute of Engineering and Technology, Gondia 75 Lokmanya Tilak Jankalyan Shikshan Sanstha's , Priyadarshini Institute of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur 76 Anjuman College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 54 77 JMSS Shri Shankarprasad Agnihotri College of Engineering, Wardha 78 Sarvasiddhanta Education Soc's Nuva College of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur 79 Om Arunodaya Bahuuddeshiya Khadi Garmudyog Vikas Sanstha's Om College of Engineering, Inzapur, Wardha 80 Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Science's Datta Meghe Institute of Engineering & Technology & Research, Savangi (Meghe) 81 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of Engineering and Research, Wanadongri, Nagpur 82 Krushi Jivan Vikas Pratishthan, Ballarpur Institute of Technology, Mouza Bamni 83 Sardar Patel Memorial Society's Namdevrao Poreddiwar College of Engineering and Technology, Gadchiroli 84 M.D. Yergude Memorial Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Shri Sai College of Engineering & Technology, Badravati 85 Mehmuda Shikshan & Gramin Mahila Vikas Bahuudeshiya Sanstha, Central India College of Engineering & Technology, Lonara 86 Maitraya Education Society, Nagarjuna Institute of Engineering Technology & Management, Nagpur 87 Bajiraoji Karanjakar College of Pharmacy, Sakoli , Bhandara 88 V M Institute of Engineering and Technology,Dongargaon, Nagpur 89 Suryodaya College of Engineering & Technology, Nagpur 90 Government College of Engineering, Jalgaon 91 Shri Shivaji Vidya Prasarak Sanstha's Late Bapusaheb Shivaji Rao Deore College of Engineering,Dhule 92 Shramsadhana Bombay Trust, College of Engineering & Technology, Jalgaon 93 Shri Gulabrao Deokar College of Engineering, Jalgaon 94 Nashik District Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj's Karmaveer Adv.Babaurao Ganpatrao Thakare College of Engineering, Nashik 95 K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik 96 Jagadamba Education Soc. Nashik's S.N.D. College of Engineering & Reserch, Babulgaon 97 Pravara Rural Education Society's Sir Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Chincholi Dist. Nashik 98 Pravara Rural Col of Engg. loni, Pravaranagar, Ahmednagar. 99 MET Bhujbal Knowledge City MET League's Engineering College, Adgaon, Nashik. 100 Sanjivani Rural Education Society's College of Engineering, Kopargaon 101 Padmashri Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe Patil College of Engineering, Ahmednagar 102 Amrutvahini Sheti & Shikshan Vikas Sanstha's Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner 103 P.S.G.V.P. Mandal's D.N. Patel College of Engineering, Shahada, Dist. Nandurbar 104 Sanjay Education Society's College of Engineering, Navalnagar 105 T.M.E. Society's J.T.Mahajan College of Engineering, Faizpur 106 Hindi Seva Mandal's Shri Sant Gadgebaba College of Engineering & Technology, Bhusawal 107 Godavari Foundation's Godavari College Of Engineering, Jalgaon
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 55 108 R. C. Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur 109 SNJB's Late Sau. Kantabai Bhavarlalji Jain College of Engineering, (Jain Gurukul), Neminagar,Chandwad,(Nashik) 110 Nashik Gramin Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Brahma Valley College of Engineering and Research Institute Anjaneri, Nashik 111 Hon. Shri. Babanrao Pachpute Vichardhara Trust, Group of Institutions (Integrated Campus)- Parikrama, Kashti Shrigondha, 112 KDGM's Dr. Uttamrao Mahajan Institute of Engineering & Technology, Chalisgaon 113 Government College of Engineering, Karad 114 College of Engineering, Pune. 115 Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli 116 Progressive Education Society's Modern College of Engineering, Pune 117 Jaywant Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's,Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering, Tathawade, Pune 118 Jaywantrao Sawant College of Engineering,Pune 119 MAEER's Maharashtra Academy of Engineering,Alandi, Pune 120 Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Kothrud, Pune 121 G.H.Raisoni College of Engineering & Management, Wagholi, Pune 122 JSPM's Imperial College of Engineering and Research, Wagholi, Pune 123 Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering, Pune 124 Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon (BK), Pune 125 Chanakya Education Society's Indira College of Engineering & Management, Pune 126 K. J.'s Educational Institut Trinity College of Engineering and Research, Pisoli, Haveli 127 Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidya Pratishthan Society Dr .D. Y. Patil Institute of Engineering & Technology, Pimpri,Pune 128 Shri. Balasaheb Mane Prasarak Mandal, Group of Institutions (Integrated Campus), Wathar, Kolhapur 129 KSGBS's Bharat- Ratna Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Kegaon, Solapur 130 Shri Vithal Education and Research Institute's College of Engineering, Pandharpur 131 Dattajirao Kadam Technical Edu. Society's Textile & Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji. 132 Pradnya Niketan Education Society's Nagesh Karajagi Orchid College of Engineering & Technology, Solapur 133 D.Y. Patil College of Engineering and Technology, Kolhapur 134 Walchand Institute of Technology, Solapur 135 Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil College of Engineering and Polytechnic, Satara 136 Pune Institute of Computer Technology, Dhankavdi, Pune 137 Bansilal Ramnath Agarawal Charitable Trust's Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Bibwewadi, Pune 138 Pune Vidyarthi Griha's College of Engineering and Technology, Pune 139 All India Shri Shivaji Memorial Society's College of Engineering, Pune
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 56 140 Vidya Pratishthan's College of Engineering, Baramati Dist.Pune 141 Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering, Kolhapur 142 B.R.A.C.T's Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Kondhwa (Bk.), Pune 143 Kai Amdar Bramhadevdada Mane Shikshan & Samajik Prathistan's Bramhadevdada Mane Institute of Technology, Solapur 144 Gourishankar Educational & Charitable Trust's Satara College of Engineering & Management, Limb, Satara 145 Loknete Hanumantrao Charitable Trust's Adarsh Institute of Technology and Research Centre, Vita,Sangli 146 S.D.N.C.R.E.S'S.Late Narayandas Bhawandas Chhabada Institute of Engineering & Technology, Satara 147 Shanti Education Society, A.G. Patil Institute of Technology, Soregaon, Solapur(North) 148 Nutan Maharashtra Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Nutan Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Vishnupuri, Maval 149 Abhinav Education Society's College of Engineering and Technology (Degree) 150 Shahajirao Patil Vikas Pratishthan, S.B.Patil College of Engineering, Vangali, Tal. Indapur 151 Vidya Vikas Pratishthan Institute of Engineering and Technology, Solapur 152 Shree Gajanan Maharaj Shikshan Prasarak Manda'l Sharadchandra Pawar College of Engineering, Dumbarwadi 153 Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Engineering, Ambi, Talegaon, Maval 154 Rajgad Dnyanpeeth's Technical Campus,Dhangwadi, Bhor 155 Shri Pandurang Pratishtan, Karmayogi Engineering College, Shelve, Pandharpur 156 College Of Engineering, Vairag 157 Jaihind College Of Engineering,Kuran 158 Shriram Institute Of Engineering And Technology Centre, Paniv 159 Institute Of Knowledge-College Of Engineering, Pimpale - Jagtap 160 Dattakala Group Of Institutions, Swami - Chincholi Tal. Daund Dist. Pune 161 Navsahyadri Education Society's Group of Institutions, Naigaon, Tal. Bhor, Dist. Pune 162 Samarth Group of Institutions, Bangarwadi, Post Belhe Tal. Junnar Dist. Pune 163 S K N Sinhgad College of Engineering, Korti Tal. Pandharpur Dist Solapur 164 Sahyadri Valley College of Engineering & Technology, Rajuri, Pune. 165 Phaltan Education Society's College of Engineering Thakurki Tal- Phaltan Dist-Satara 166 Bhagwant Institute of Technology, Barshi. 167 Sahakar Maharshee Shankarrao Mohite Patil Institute of Technology & Research, Akluj 168 Dr. DY Patil Group of Institutions (Technical Campus) - School of Engineering and Technology, Chikoli(Bk), Via Lohegaon
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 57 College of engineering, Pune Name of the Department Intake After Diploma Civil Engineering 60 06 Mechanical Engineering 120 12 Electrical Engineering 60 06 Electronics & Telecommunication 60 06 Materials and Metallurgical Engineering 60 06 Instrumentation & Control Engineering 30 06 Computer Engineering 60 06 Production Engineering (Sandwich) 60 06 Information technology 60 06 Total Undergraduate Student Intake 570 60  Admission after 12th with 55% minimum marks in PCM for Open and 50% for reserve categories. And valid “MHCET’ score  Direct 2nd Yr. Admission after completion of diploma in concerned branch with minimum 60% marks Polytechnics colleges  Polytechnics colleges offer 3-years diploma  Qualifications : 10th standard as per merit  Discipline like ceramics, printing, production & chemical technology are of lesser duration  One can seek admission to second year engineering degree after diploma course  In MH we have 6 regions –Amaravati, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Nagpur,Nashik,Pune Courses offered in Diploma Courses Offered in Diploma (Diploma) Accountancy and Auditing Fitness Management Ophthalmology Accountancy and Costing Forensic Medicine (DFSM) Ophthalmology Technician (DOT) Accountancy and Taxation Forestry and Wood Products Optician and Refractionist Accountancy for Panchayati Raj Institutions Formation Technology Optometry Accounting Management (DAM) Four Wheeler Mechanism (DFWM) Oriental Learning Accounting Standards French Oriental Librarianship Acting in Different Media Functional Arabic Orthopedic Surgery Actuarial Science Functional Persian Orthopedics Adapted Physical Education G.O. Osteopathy Administrative Services Gandhian Studies Otorenolaryngology (DLO) Advance Accounting Garment Technology Padya Natakam
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 58 Advance Cost Accounting Geetanjali Junior (Light Music) Paediatrics Advanced Medical Imaging Technology Geetanjali Senior (Light Music) Painting Agriculture General Mathematics ability and aptitude Painting and Commercial Art Agriculture Technology General Nursing and Midwifery (DGNM) Pali Air Fare and Ticketing (DAFT) Geography Panch Karma Technician Course Airline Ticketing & CRS German Paper Technology Anaesthesia Graphic/Web Designing Pathology Anaesthesiology (D.A.) Graphics and Multimedia Technologies Patient care assistant Anesthesia Technology Gynaecology (DGO) Pediatrics Animal Husbandry Harikatha Persian Apparel Designing Health Administration Personnel Management Apparel Technology Health and Hygiene Pesticides Applied Arts Health Assistant (DHA) Petrochemical Engineering Applied Nutrition and Dietetics Health Care and Administration Petrochemical Technology Applied Population & Health Services Health Education Petroleum Exploration Geophysics Aquaculture Health Education and Nutrition (DHEN) Pharmaceutical Laboratory Assistant (B.Pharm) Arabic Studies Health Inspector Course Pharmaceutics Operator Arabic translation Health Sciences Pharmacy Architectural Assistantship Health Statistics Photography Architecture Hematology & Blood transfusion Phychology Ardhamagadhi Herbal Farming Physical Education Art Appreciation Hindi Functional languages Physical Medicine Atmospheric Science History and Research Center Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Automobile Engineering Home Arts (DHA) Physio Therapy and Occupational Therapy Technician Automobile Servicing Horticulture Plastic Engineering Automobile Technology Horticulture and Silviculture Assistant Plastic Technology Aviation. Hospitality and Travel Management (DAHTM) Hospital Administration Plumbing Technician (DPT) Ayurveda for Foreigners Hospital Management Polymer Technology Ayurveda for Medical Students Hostel and Hostel Population Studies (DPS)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 59 Management AYUSH Nursing and Pharmacy (DAN & P) Hotel Management Post Harvest Technology Bacteriology Hotel Management & Catering Technology Poultry Management (DPM) Bakery and Confectionery House Electrician (DHE) Poultry Science Banking Human Resource Management (DHRM) Powerloom Weaving Basic Carvings Immuno Technology Prakrit Basic Workshop Technology Immunology & Blood transfusion Pre-Primary (Kindergarten) Teacher Training (DPTT) Beautician (DIB) Income Tax Pre-School and Primary Education Bengali Indian Dairy Preschool Education (DPSE) Bioinformatics Industrial Health (D.I.H.) Print Administration Blood Banking Technology Industrial Hygiene Printing and Book Binding Building Construction Technology Industrial Microbilogy Printing Technology Business Administration (DBA) Information Technology Production Engineering Business Journalism and Corporate Communication Instrumental Music and Percussion Production of Value Added Products from Cereals, Pulses and Oilseeds (DPVCPO) Business Management Instrumentation Proficiency in Languages Capital Marketing Management (D.C.M.M.) Instrumentation and Control Engineering Programmes in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) Cardiac Laboratory Technology Insurance Prosthetic and Orthotic Engineering Cardio Thoracic (DCCT) Insurance Business Psychiatric Assistant Catering Assistant (DCA) Interior Decoration Psychiatry Medicine Ceramic Technology Interior Design and Environment Psychological Medicine Chemical Engineering Interior Design and Model Marketing Practice Public Health Chemical Technology Interior Designing Public Relation and Corporate Communication Chemistry Interior Designing and Decoration Punjabi Child Health Interior Designing and Space Management Purohitya Civil Engineering (DCE) International Business Qira'at (Quranic phonetics) Clinical Pathology Islamic Studies Rabindra Sangeet Clinical Perfusion IT Enabled Services Radiation Medicine
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 60 Clock and Watch Repair Technology Jainology Radio Diagnostic Technology Co-operation Japanese Radio Therapy Co-operator Journalism Radiodiagnosis Communicative English Jyothisham Radiological Assistant Community Medicine Kannada Radiology Comparative Mythology Khadi and Handloom Technology Radiology Diagnosis (D.M.R.D.) Computer Application Knitting and Embroidery Radiology Therapy (D.M.R.T.) Computer Application Technology Knitting Technology Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician (DRAT) Computer Applications (DCA) Kuchipudi Nrityam Rehabilatation Theory Technician Computer Applications and Stenography (DCAS) Laboratory Technician Rural Development Computer Engineering Labour Law Russian Computer Graphics & Web Technology (DCGWT) Labour Laws and Labour Welfare Sanitary Health Inspector (DSHI) Computer Hardware & Network Labour Management Sanitary Inspector (DSI) Computer in Internet, Website Designing and Management (DIWDM) Lalitha Sangeetham Sanskrit Computer in Office Management (DCOM) Laryngology and Otology Sanskrit & Law Computer Management Leather Technology Scientific Agriculture Computer Networking Legislative Drafting Sculpture Computer Science Leprosy Sericulture Computer Science and Engineering Library and Information Science (DLIS) Servicing Technology Computer Science and IT Licentiate in Public Health Shia Theology Computer Technology Lifelong Learing Social Entrepreneurship Computers (DCA) Light Music Social Problems of Rajasthan (DSPR) Cosmetology Linux Essentials Social Service Costume & Fashion Designing Literature in Modern European Languages Sports Fashion Designing Costume Design & Dress Making Local Government Sports Infrastructure Management Counselling M.R.E. Sports Journalism Creative Writing in English (DCE) Madhyama Kaksha leading to V Sports Management Criminology Management Sports Photography
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 61 Critical Care Nursing Management with Oriental Orientation Statistical Techniques & Computation Culture and Tourism (DCT) Manuscriptology Sugar Technology D.G.O Marathi Tagore Literature Dairying Marine Engineering Tailoring and Embroidery Dance Marketing Taxation Laws Deffence Management (DDM) Marketing Management Taxection Dermatology Materials Management Technology Tea Technology & Plantation Management Dermatology & Venereology and Leprosy Mathematics and Applied Mechanics Telecommunications Dermatology and Venereology Meat Technology (DMT) Television & Video Production Diabetology Mechanical Engineering (DME) Telugu Dialysis Techniques Mediable Indian Studies and Archival Science Temple Culture Dietetics Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) Textile Designing (DTD) Dietetics and Therapeutic Nutrition (PGDDTN) Medical Plants Cultivation & E - Marketing Textile Marketing and Management Dietics and Nutrition (DCDN) Medical Radiodiagnosis Textile Processing Direction, Screen Play Writing and T V Production Medical Radiography and Imaging Technology Textile Technology Disaster Management (CDM) Medical Radiology & Electrology Textiles Assistant Document Writing (DDW) Medical Radiology (Technician Course) Therapeutic Counselling course Drama Medical Radiotherapy Tibetan Drawing Medical Record Technician Tourism Drawing and Painting Medical Records Science Tourism Management DTP Operator (DDTP) Medical Records Technology Tropical Medicine & Hygienic e-Publishing Medical Transcription Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases Early Childhood Care and Education Medical X-Ray Technician (DMXT) Tuberculous Diseases (T.D.O.) Eco Cardiogram Metallurgy Unani (D.Pharm) Education for Deaf Micro Finance Management Urdu Education for Teachers of Mentally Retarded Children Mimikri Uzbek Education Management Mining Assistant Value Added Products in Fruits and Vegitables (DVAPFA)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 62 Education of the Physically Handicapped (Dip.Ph.H.) Mining Engineering Value Added Tax in Gujarat Education Technology Ministry Venereal Diseases & Leprosy Eelctrical Wiring and Servicing of Electrical Appliances Modern Arabic Venereology Electrical Modern Office Management Venereology and Dermatology (D.V.D.) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (DEEE) Modern Office Practice Village Health Worker Electrical Engineering Mother & Child Health & Family Welfare Visual Arts Electrical Instrumentation Multipurpose Basic Health Workers Vocal Music Electronics Multipurpose Health worker (DMHW) Vocational Course Electronics and Communication Engineering (DECE) Music Watershed Management (DWSM) Electronics Engineering Naturopathy and Yoga Therapy Web & Multimedia Technology (DWMT) Elementary Teacher Training Neuro Operation Theater technology Web Designing and Hosting Engineering Drawing Neuro Technology Women's Empoerment and Development (DWED) English Nursery Teacher Training Wood Carving and Inlay Work ENT Nursing Workshop Practice Environmental Pollution and Control Nursing Administration X-ray and ECG Techniques Event Management Nutrition and Dietetics X-Ray Technician Export/Import Nutrition and Food Technology X-ray Technology Fashion Design and Garment Making (DFGM) Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE) Yakshaganam Fashion Designing O.B.G Yoga Fashion Designing and Apparel Management Obstetrics Yoga and Aagama Fashion Designing and Technology Obstetrics and Gynaecology Yoga and Meditation for Youth Fashion Technology Office Automation Yoga and Naturopathy Feed Milling Technology Office Management and secretarial Practice (DOMSP) Yoga and Nursing Fertilizers and Weedicides Office Practice and Yoga Education (D.Y.Ed.)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 63 Procedure Film Editing and T V Production Oil and Soap Technology Yoga for Human Excellence Film Tech and T V Production OM and SP Yogic Education Finance Operation Theatre Techniques Yogic Science Financial Management Operational Research Youth in Development Work (DCYP) Fisheries Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery Fisheries Technology Ophthalmic Technology Various branches of diploma & certificate colleges
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    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 65 List of polytechnic colleges # Institute Name Institute Address 1 Government Polytechnic, Murtijapur National Highway No.6,Hendaj, Amravati Road, Murtizapur Akola 2 Government Polytechnic, Amravati Gadge Nagar, Post-Shivaji Nagar,V. M. V. Road, Amravati 3 Government Polytechnic, Khamgaon Jalamb Road, Khamgaon Dist. Buldhana 4 Government Polytechnic, Washim Resod Road,Washim 5 Government Polytechnic, Yavatmal Post Box N. 24, Dhamangaon Road, Yavatmal 6 Saraswati Education Society's Shree Tirupati Tantra Niketan, Akola Keshav Nagar, Akola 7 Vidarbha Youth Welfare Society's Polytechnic, Badnera, Amravati Anjangaon, Bari road, Dist. Amravati 8 Rambhauji Lingade Polytechnic College, Buldhana Gat. No. 445,451, Lingade Kn0wledge Park, Chikali Road, At Yelgaon Dist. Buldhana 9 Swavalambi Shikshan Sanstha's Sushganga Polytechnic, Wani Survey No. 176,195 Naigaon,Post Kona, Tal. Wani Dist. Yavatmal 10 Late Ahilyabai Kakade Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Sai Polytechnic,Kinhi(J),Yavatmal S.No.64/1 Mouza-Kinhi (Jawade) Nagpur- Hyderabad N.H.No.7 Tal.Ralegaon, Dist Yavatmal 11 Vidarbha Rural Reconstruction Foundation's, Rajeshkumar Wadhawan Polytechnic Institute, Yavatmal P/O Konghara, Pimpri, At Pandharkawada Dist. Yavatmal 12 Adarsha Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Dr. R . N. Lahoti Polytechnic, Sultanpur No.900/1 & 900/2 Jalna Road, Sultanpur Tal.Lonar Dist.Buldhana 13 Sanmati Engineering College, Sawargaon Barde, Washim Survey no. 40, Washim-Malegaon Road, At. Post Sawargaon Barde Dist. Washim 14 Padmashri Dr. V.B. Kolte College of Engineering, Malkapur, Buldhana Malkapur, Dist. Buldhana 15 Bhiwsan Patil Shinde Shikshan Gramin Vikas & Bahu Sanstha,Shinde Polytechnic, Anjani Bk Tal: Mehkar, Dist: Buldhana Sr.No. 643, 647, Anjani Bk. Mehkar-Dongon Highway Road, Tq: Mehkar, Dist: Buldhana 443301 16 Indira Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha's Dr. Rajendra Gode Polytechnic,Ghatkhed, Amravati Survey No.29, Ghatkhed, Amravati 444602 17 Shri Dadasaheb Gavai Charitable Trust's Vikramshila Polytechnic,Darapur, Tal. Daryapur, Dist. Amravati Survey No.797, At.Post. Darapur, Tq. Daryapur, Dist. Amravati 444814
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 66 18 Bhonslas Education Trust's Bhonsla Polytechnic, Akola- Washim Highway, Tah. & Dist. Akola Survey No. 65, Mouza- Hingna Barlinga, Akola- Washim Highway, Tah. & Dist. Akola. 444608 19 Paramhans Ramkrishna Mouni Baba Shikshan Sanstha's Anuradha Polytechnic, Anuradha Nagar,Chikhali, Buldhana Anuradha nagar,Chikhali, Dist-Buldhana 443201 20 Rajarshi Shahu Polytechnic, Buldhana. Near L.I.C. Office, Chaitanyawadi,Buldhana. 443001 21 Government Polytechnic, Aurangabad Osmanapura,Aurangabad Aurangabad , 431005 22 Government Polytechnic, Beed Nathapur Road, Beed , 431122 23 Government Polytechnic, Hingoli Hingoli P-9 M.I.D.C Nimbala , Hingoli 431513 24 Government Polytechnic, Ambad C/O Govt. Iti Campus, Beed Road, Ambad, Dist. Jalna 431203 25 Government Polytechnic, Jalna Nagewadi, Aurangabad Road, Jalna , 431203 26 Puranmal Lahoti Government Polytechnic, Latur Ausa Road Latur , 413531 27 Government Residential Women's Polytechnic, Latur Barshi Road, Latur , 413531 28 Government Polytechnic, Nanded Veer Sawarkar Marg, Baba Nagar, Nanded , 431602 29 Government Polytechnic, Osmanabad Tuljapur Road, Osmanabad , 413501 30 Government Polytechnic, Jintur Yeldari Road, Jintur Dist.Parbhani 31 Matsyodari Shikshan Sansatha's College of Engineering and Technology, Jalna Jalna-Aurangabad Road, Nagewadi, Jalna 32 Shree Sai Samajik Vikas Sanstha, Nath Polytechnic, Paithan, Dist. Aurangabad Plot No. B-1, M.I.D.C., Paithan, Dist. Aurangabad 431148 33 Gramodyogik Shikshan Mandal's Marathwada Institute Of Technology, Rotegaon, Vaijapur, Dist. Aurangabad. Rotegaon, Post Box No. 327, Taluka, Vaijapur,Satara Village Road Dist. Aurangabad 431028 34 Shree Yash Pratishthan, Shree Yash Polytechnic, Satara Tanda, Aurangabad. Gat No. 258, Satara Tanda, Taluka & Dist. Aurangabad. 431005 35 Shree Bharavnath Nisarga Mandal, Diploma in Engineering and Technology, Gevrai Tanda, Aurangabad Gevrai Tanda, Paithan Road, Taluka & Dist. Aurangabad. 431001 36 Shiva Trust's Sharadchanraji Pawar Polytechnic College, Aurangabad. Near Videocon Communication Ltd.,Beed By Pass Highway, Tq.Dist.Aurangabad 431005 37 Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Shikshan Sanstha, C.S.M.S. Sansthas College Of Polytechnic, Kanchanwadi, Aurangabad Paithan Road, Kanchanwadi, Aurangabad 431002 38 Sai Shikshan Sanstha, Ambarwadikars Institute Of Technology, Waluj, Ta. Gangapur, Aurangabad Gut No.60,Nagar Road,Toll Plaza,Waluj,Aurangabad Dist. Aurangabad 431001
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 67 39 Vinayakrao Patil Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Institute Of Engineering & Technology Kannad Kannad, Dist Aurangabad 40 Mahatma Basaveshwar Education Society's T.B.Girwalkar Polytechnic, Ambejogai, Dist.Beed T.B.Girwalkar Polytechnic,Ambejogai. Dist: Beed 431517 41 Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Yeshwantrao Chavan Institute Of Polytechnic, Beed S. No. 107, 109,Vidya Nagari, Barshi Road,Beed. 433112 42 Aditya Bahuddeshiya Sanstha, Aditya Polytechnic, Beed Telgaon Road, Beed. 431122 43 Shree Dhaneshwari Manav Vikas Mandal Diploma In Engineering And Technology Institute, Hatta, Tal. Basmat, Hingoli Hatta, Taluka Vasamat, Dist. Hingoli 44 Dharati Janseva Pratishthan, Diploma In Engineering & Technology Institute, Jalna Rohanwadi, Revgaon Raod, Tq.Dist.Jalna 431203 45 Gunai Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic, Udgir, Dist Latur Gat No.84, Degloor Road, Kavalkhed Tal Udgir Dist Latur 413517 46 Hindustani Education Society, N.B.S. Institute Of Polytechnic, Ausa, Latur S.No.225/B,225/C,225/D,225/E/6 225/5,233 Afsar Nagar,Ujni Road, Near M.S.E.B.Power House Ausa Dist Latur 413520 47 Vishveshwarayya Abhiyantriki Padvika Mahavidyalay, Almala, Ausa, Latur Almala Ausa Dist Latur 48 Shri Ganesh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Balghat Polytechnic College, Rudha, Latur Gat No.77 & 78 Nanded-Latur Highway Tal Ahemadpur, Dist Latur 49 Sahayog Sevabhai Sanstha, Indira Institute Of Technology(Polytechnic), Nanded. Gat No. 18 & 22 Vishnupuri, Nanded 431606 50 Matoshree Kamaltai Thamke BSS Gokunda's Rajarshee Shahu Maharaj Polytechnic,Kinwat,Nanded. Survey No. 52, Kothari (Ch.) , Kinwat Nanded , 431811 51 Shriram Pratishthan, Apurva Polytechnic, Rawalgaon, Parbhani. Gat No.88/01 A/P Rawalgaon Tal Shelu Dist Parbhani 431503 52 Nutan Vidya Samiti, Sitaramji Mundada Marathwada Polytechnic, Parbhani. Khandoba Bazar, Parbhani 431401 53 Ransamrat Kreeda Mandal's Rajarshi Shahu Institue of Technology,Parli Road Kallam, Dist. Osmanabad Gat No 65-A/2, Parli Road Kallam, Dist. Osmanabad. 413507 54 Phoenix Foundation Sanstha's Phoenix Institute Of Technology,Lodga, Tal. Asua,Dist. Latur At Post Lodga, Tq Asua,Dist. Latur 413512 55 MGMs Polytechnic , Aurangabad N-6, Cidco, Aurangabad 56 Mauli Shikhan Prasarak Mandal's Lal Bahadur Shastri Polytechnic, Udgir Dist Latur Gut No 69/2,70/A, At Udgir Dist Latur
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 68 57 Shri Sai Janavikas Pratishtan's Sow.Shardadevi Pandit Polytechnic institute,Alani, Osmanabad Gut No 253 At Alani, Tq. Dist Osmanabad 58 Shri Sai Institute of Technology(Polytechnic),Aurangabad P-75 Behind Garware Palyster,MIDC ,Chikalthana Aurangabad , 431210 59 Gramin Shikshan Prasarak Mandal,Gramin Polytechnic, Vishnupuri, Nanded Vishnupuri,Naiknagar, Nanded , 431606 60 Shardopasak Shikshan Sanstha's Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar College of Engineering & Technology, Aurad Shahajani, Tal.Ni Aurad Shahajani, Nilanga , Latur 413522 61 Shri. Shivaji Polytechnic Institute, Wasmat road, Parbhani. At. Post. Parbhani. 431401 62 V.J.Shinde Polytechnic Institute, Osmanabad. Koti Galli, Osmanabad.413501 63 Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic, Markhel, Tal.Degloor, Dist.Nanded. At Post.Markhel, Tal.Degloor, Dist. Nanded 431718 64 Government Institute of Printing Technology, Mumbai J.J School Of Architecture Compound, Near Cst Station, Mumbai 400001 65 Government Polytechnic, Mumbai 49, Ali Yawar Jung Marg, Kherwadi, Bandra(E), Mumbai 400051 66 Government Polytechnic, Pen At Post Ramwadi, Tal.Pen, Dist.Raigad. Raigad , 402107 67 Government Polytechnic, Ratnagiri Near Thiba Palace, Ratnagiri , 415612 68 Government Polytechnic, Malvan A/P Kumbharmath, Malvan, Sindhudurg , 416606 69 Government Polytechnic, Thane At Phadke Pada, Opp. Bharat Gears,Mumbra Shil Road,Opp Bharat Ltd. Thane , 400612 70 Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute(VJTI), Matunga, Mumbai H.R. Mahajani Marg, Matunga, Mumbai 71 Government Polytechnic, Vikramgad. ZadPoli, Shil Road, at post Shil, Tal. Vikramgad, Dist. Thane. 401605 72 Sasmira's Institute of Manmade Textiles, Mumbai Dr. A.B. Road, Sasmira Marg, Worli, Mumbai. 400030 73 K. J. Somaiya Polytechnic, Mumbai Vidyanagar, Mumbai , 400077 74 St. Xavier's Technical Institute, Mumbai Mahim Causeway Road, Mahim, Mumbai , 400016 75 Sophia Shree B.K. Somani Memorial Polytechnic), Mumbai Sophia Shree B. K. Somani Memorial Polytechnic, Mumbai , 400026 76 Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic, Mumbai N.R.G. Gadkari Marg, Mumbai , 400056 77 M. H. Saboo Siddik Polytechnic, Mumbai Anjuman-I-Islam's M.H.Saboo Siddik Polytechnic, 8, Shepherd Rd, Byculla, Mumbai
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 69 78 Premlila Vithaldas Polytechnic(Womens),Mumbai SNDT Women's University,Juhu Road,Santacruz (W) Mumbai - Suburban , 400049 79 Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Tech.University,Institute of Petrochemical Engineering,Lonere,Raigad Vidyavihar,P.O.Lonere,Tal-Mangaon. Raigad , 402103 80 Vivekanand Education Society's Polytechnic, Mumbai Sindhi Society,Chembur Mumbai , 400071 81 Koti Vidya Charitable Trust's Smt. Alamuri Ratnamala Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sapgaon, Tal. Shahapur Sapgaon, Taluka Shahapur Dist. Thane 82 Vidya Prasarak Mandal's Polytechnic, Thane Chendani, Bunder Road, Jnanadweepa , College Campus Thane , 400601 83 Hyderabad (Sindh) National Collegiate Board, SMT S.H Mansukhani Institute Of Technology, Ulhasnagar, Mumbai Opp.Ulhasnagar Railway Station,Ulhasnagar,Thane. 421003 84 Institute of Printing Technoloy and Research, Panvel PLOT NO. 3, SECTOR - 11, BALBHARATI MARG, KHANDA COLONY, NEW PANVEL, 410206 85 Shivajirao S. Jondhle Polytechnic, Asangaon, Shahapur.Thane Opp. Railway Station,Asangaon, Shahapur. Thane , 421601 86 Bhartiya Education/Social Charitable Trust, Sheth Shri Otarmal Sheshmal Parmar College Of Diploma,Raigad S.No.Of Land 349/350, Velshet- Nagothane,Post:Paigonda Tal:Roha, Dist:Raigad 401106 87 S.K.Education Trust, Dr. Manoj A Shete College of Engineering & Technology, Kasara. At Post Kasara, Tal. Shahapur, Dist. Thane 88 Smt. Geeta D. Tatkare POlytechnic At Gove, Kolad At Gove, Post Kolad, Taluka Roha, Dist. Raigad. 89 Government Polytechnic, Sakoli Sendur Wafa,Sakoli Dist Bhandara 441802 90 Government Polytechnic, Bramhapuri Bramhapuri Chandrapur , 441206 91 Government Polytechnic, Gadchiroli M.I.D.C Road Gadchiroli , 442605 92 Government Polytechnic Gondia Fulchur Tola, Near Iti, Sakoli Road, Gondia 441601 93 Government Polytechnic, Sadar, Nagpur Mangalwar Bazar, Nagpur , 440001 94 Government Polytechnic, Arvi Arvi. Wardha , 442201 95 Acharya Shrimannarayan Polytechnic, Pimpri- Wardha Arvi Road, Pimpri, Wardha 442001 96 Adv.V.R.Manohar Institute of Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology,Nagpur Electronic Zone,M.I.D.C Nildoh Nagpur , 441116 97 Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Science's Datta Meghe Institute of Engineering & Technology & Research, Savangi (Meghe) Wardha Yavatmal Road Wardha
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 70 98 Krushi Jivan Vikas Pratishthan, Ballarpur Institute of Technology, Mouza Bamni Bamani, Rajapura Road, Tal. Ballarpur. Chandrapur 99 Backward Class Youth Relief Committees Nagpur Polytechnic, Nagpur Nandanvan, Great Nag Road, Jagnade Chowk, Nagpur , 440009 100 Shri Datta Meghe Polytechnic, Nagpur Survey No.248/3, Beside YCCE, Wanadongari, Hingana Road, Nagpur.441110 101 Ankush Shikshan Sanstha's G.H. Raisoni Polytechnic, Nagpur B-37, Sharaddha Park, Hingna-Wadi Road, Nagpur 440016 102 Vivekanand Polytechnic,SitaSaongi,Tal- Tumsar,Dist-Bhandara At & Post-Sitasaongi, Bhandara , 441929 103 Sarvodaya Mahila Mandal's Chandrapur Polytechnic, Chandrapur Balaji Ward, Bhagirath Bhavan, Main Road Chandrapur , 442401 104 Shri Sadashivrao Patil Shikshan Sanstha's Kamptee Polytechnic, Kamptee Behind Railway Station Nagpur , 441002 105 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha's Late Vasantdada Polytechnic, Nagpur. E-2/F-3, New Nanadanvan, Nagpur , 440009 106 Navodaya Shikshan Sanstha's Shankarrao Dhawad Polytechnic, Nagpur Rajiv Nagar, Somalwada, Nagpur , 440025 107 Lokmanya Tilak Jankalyan Shikshan Sanstha's Priyadarshini Polytechnic, Nagpur P-131,Electronic Zone,Midc,Hingna Road,Nagpur 440016 108 Late M.D. Yergude Memorial Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Shri Sai Polytechnic, Chandrapur Opp Hotel Kundan Plaza, Nagpur Road, Chandrapur , 442401 109 Jai Mahakali Shikshan Sanstha's Agnihotri School of Technology, Ramnagar, Wardha Ramnagar, Wardha , 442001 110 Om Arunodaya Bahuuddeshiya Khadi Gramodyog Vikas Sanstha's Om Polytechnic, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha Samata Nagar, Master Colony, Devali Road, Savangi (Meghe),Wardha 442001 111 Backward Class Youth Relief Committee,Umrer Polytechnic, Nagpur Opposite W.C.L.,Village-Ghoturli,State Highway No. 09 Umrer, Dist. Nagpur. 441204 112 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha, Shri Krushnarao Pandav Polytechnic, Bahadura, Nagpur Near Dighori Naka, Bahadura, Nagpur 440009 113 The Shriram Gramvikas Shikshan Sanstha, Baburaoji Tidake Polytechnic, Mouda, Nagpur At Post Mauda, Dist. Nagpur 114 M.S. & M.G.V.B.S., Central India Institute Of Polytechnic, Nagpur Near Godhani Rly., Godhani, Nagpur 441111 115 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha, Shri Sharadchandra Pawar Polytechnic, Bhilewada P.H.No.23,Gatt No,278,254,Bhilewada,Bhandara 441904 116 Mata Mahakali Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Mata Mahakali Polytechnic College, Warora Old Bypass Road,At Post Warora, Dist. Chandrapur 442907 117 Sanmarg Shikshan Sanstha'sm Smt. Radhikatai Survey No.57, Mouza-Besa,Revati Nagar,
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 71 Pandav Polytechnic, Besa, Nagpur Nagpur 440009 118 Gopal Education Soceity's Shri Mukundrao Pannase Polytechnic, Mauza Mondha K.No.42, Ph 62, At Mauza, Mondha, Panjari, Hingana, Nagpur 400004 119 Jaideo Education Society, J.D. Polytechnic, Khandala, Nagpur Khasara No. 154/K, 155/K, & 153/2, At Khandala, Post Valni-Katol Road, Nagpur 441501 120 Laxmanrao Mankar College Of Polytechnic, Amgaon, Gondia At Post Amgaon, Tal. Amgaon, Dist. Gondia 441902 121 Shri Sai Shikshan Sanstha's Nit Polytechnic, Nagpur Survey No.13/2, Mahurzari, Katol Road Nagpur.Tah-Dist-Nagpur 441501 122 Shri Nirmaladevi Education Soceity's Sonatai Pandav Polytehnic, Paradsinga Survey No.73, At Lamdham, Post Paradsinga, Tal. Katol, Nagpur 440018 123 Maratha Shikshan Sanstha's P.R.Patil Instittute Of Polytechnic, Talegaon, Asthi, Wardha Survey No.53/3, Arvi Road, Talegaon, Tal.Asthi, Dist Wardha 400004 124 Sant Tukdoji Maharaj Shikshan Sanstha's Shri Sai Taj Polytechnic, Drugdhamna, Nagpur Kh.No.1, Ph.No.5a, Mouza Drugdhamna, Nagpur 440009 125 Late Shri Laxmaji Motghare Chritable Trust's Dr. Arun Motghare Polytechnic, Kosara-Konda, Bhandara Survey No.441/2/2,442,443,444,445,446/3b, Bhandara, Pauni Road, Kosar-Konda Bhandara 126 Krushna Sahayogi Tantra Shikshan Sanstha, Chatrapati Shivaji Institute Of Technology, Deori, Gondia Shivaji Campus,At.Post.Th.Deori(Chichgadh Road) Gondia , 441901 127 Shri Sachhidananda Shikshan Sanstha's Bhauraoji Taywade Polytechnic, Nagpur Survey No.25 & 26, 27/2, 29, At Koradi, Mahadula, Tal.Kamptee, Dist Nagpur 441111 128 Bhausaheb Mulak Charitable Trust's Bhausaheb Mulak Polytechnic, Butibori, Nagpur P-73, Osp-73, At Butibori, M.I.D.C., Nagpur 440025 129 Women's Education Society's Women's Techanical Education & Research Institute, Nagpur North Ambazari Road Nagpur , 440001 130 Maharashtra Shikshan Prasarak Mandals,Sommaya Diploma In Engineering, Wadgaon Dist Chandrapur Wadgaon Dist Chandrapur 442402 131 Shri Gurudeo Educational Memorial & Cultural Society, Om Polytechnic College, Mauza Parsodi, Tal-Umrer,Nagpur Survey No. 8, Mauza Parsodi, Tal-Umrer, Dist- Nagpur- 441203 132 Shri Lalbahaddur Shastri Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, VJ Polytechnic, Mouza Khamona, Tah- Rajura, Chandrapur Survey No.71 & 193, Mouza Khamona, Tah- Rajura, Dist- Chandrapur 442401 133 Shri Vyankatesh Shikshan Sanstha's,Shri Vyankatesh Polytechnic, Yelakeli, Ta- Seloo,Wardha Survey No. 41 & 37, Yelakeli, Ta- Seloo, Dist- Wardha 442005
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 72 134 Ballarpur Seva Samiti,Jainuddin Zaweri Polytechnic, Dewai Govindpur, Tukum, Chandrapur Survey No. 62, Tukum, Dewai Govindpur, Tukum, Chandrapur 442401 135 Navneet Bahuuddeshya Sanstha, Kinkar Institute Of Technology,Seloo,Dist.Wardha Rehnki Road,Seloo,Dist.Wardha 136 Government Polytechnic, Ahmednagar Post Box No. 71,Burudgaon Road,Ahmednagar 414001 137 Government Polytechnic, Dhule Vidyanagri Deopur Dhule , 424005 138 Government Polytechnic, Jalgaon Near Asian Highway No. 46 Jalgaon , 425002 139 Government Polytechnic, Nandurbar Near Dubkeswar Mahadev Mandir, Mauje Hol tarfe Haveli, Nandurbar 140 Government Polytechnic, Nashik New Bldg Campus,Samangaon Road Nashik , 422101 141 Godavari Foundation's Godavari College Of Engineering, Jalgaon Plot No.51, Dr. Ulhas Patil Nagar, Additional MIDC, Bhusawal Road, N.H.No.6, Jalgaon 142 Pravara Rural Education Society's Padmashri Dr. Vittalrao Vikhe Patil Institute of Technology and Engineering Polytechnic ,Pravaranagar A/P Loni Bk.-413 713, Taluka Rahata,Ahmednagar 413736 143 Sanjivani Rural Education Society's K.B.P. Polytechnic, Kopargaon Dist Ahmednagar At Sahajanad nagar, Post Shinganapur Tal: Kopargaon, Ahmednagar , 423603 144 Mgts Mandal's Sharadchandrika Suresh Patil Institute Of Technology(Polytechnic), Chopda Yawal Road, Chopda Jalgaon , 425107 145 Sanjay Education Society's Polytechnic, Wadibhokar, Dhule Wadibhokar(Dhule) Dhule , 424005 146 Shree Sant Muktabai Sansthan's Shri Sant Muktabai Institute of Technology, Jalgaon B.J Nagar Pimparala Road, P.Box No 132, Jalgaon , 425001 147 K.K Wagh Education Society's K. K. Wagh Polytechnic, Nashik Hirawadi, Panchawati, Nashik. 422201 148 Nagaon Education Society's Gangamai Polytechnic, Nagaon A.P. Nagaon, Dhule , 424001 149 Shri Shivaji Viddhya Prasarak Sanstha's Bapusaheb Shivajirao Deore Polytechnic, Dhule Post Box No.113, Vidyanagari, Deopur, Dhule 424005 150 Technical & Medical Education Society's J. T. Mahajan Polytechnic, Faizpur Nhavimarg, Faizpur Jalgaon , 425524 151 Shri Neminath Jain Bramhacharyasharam's Shri H. H. J. B. Polytechnic,Chandwad A/p Neminagar ,Tal Chandwad Nashik , 423101 152 Poojya Sane Guruji Vidhya Prasarak Mandal's G. M. Choudhari Polytechnic, Shahada P.B. No. 63, Shahada, Nandurbar , 425409 153 Amrutvahini Sheti & Shikshan Sanstha's Amrutvahini Polytechnic, Amrutnagar At- Amrutnagar P.O. Sangamner Ahmednagar , 422608 154 Late Bhausaheb Hiray Smarnika Samiti Trust Sanchalit Polytechnic, Malegaon, Nashik Nagarpalika Marathi School No. 5 Near Ravalgaon Naka Nashik , 423105
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 73 155 K.K. Wagh Education Society's K. K. Wagh Women's Polytechnic, Nashik Hirabai Haridas Vidyanagari, Amrutdham, Nashik , 422003 156 Shri Krishna Education & Cultural Mandal, Shri Gulabrao Deokar Polytechnic, Jalgaon Gat No. 56, Mohadi Shivar, Shirsoli Road, Jalgaon , 425002 157 Shree Mahavir Education Society's Institute Of Technology, Nashik Sr.No. 166, Village Varwandi Tal : Dindori, Via Meri, Nashik , 422005 158 Guru Gobind Singh Foundation's Guru Gobind Singh Polytechnic, Nashik Khalasa Educational Complex, Guru Gobind Singh Marg,opp Simence Colony Nashik , 422009 159 Jagdamba Edu Soc., Santosh N. Darade Polytechnic, Yeola, Nashik Babhulgaon, Yeola-Patoda Road, Nashik , 423401 160 Nashik Gramin Shikshan Prasarak Mandals Brahma Valley Polytechnic, Nashik Gat No.592/B, Village Anjaneri, Tribkakeshwar Nashik , 422213 161 MET's Institute of Technology Polytechnic, Bhujbal Knowledge City, Adgaon Nashik Bhujbal Knowledge City, Adgaon ,Nashik 422003 162 Sangamner Medical Foundation & Research Institutes,Wamanrao Ethape Polytechnic, Velhale, Sangamner Velhale Taluka Sangamner, Dist. Ahmednagar. 422605 163 Kai. Vanjibaba Gramin Vikas Mandal, Shantidevi Chavhan Institute of Engineering & Technology, Chalisgaon Survey No. 94/3/1 & 2, At Post Bhoras, Tal Chalisagtion, Jalgaon , 424101 164 NDMVPS Samaj's Rajarshee Shahu Maharaj Polytechnic, Nashik Udhoji Maratha Boarding Campus,Gangapur Road, Near Pumping Station Nashik , 422013 165 Sulochana Behelekar Samajik & Bahu Uddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha,Dnyaneshwar Polytechnic, Ahmednagar Gat. No.- 316,Bhanasvivare,Tal.Newasa,Ahmednagar 414105 166 Trimurti Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Trimurti Institute Of Technology, Paladhi Bk, Jalgaon Survey No.227/2, Paldhi Bk, Next To North Maharashtra University, Tal-Dhamangaon, Dist:Jalgaon 167 G.H.R. Education Foundation, G.H. Raisoni Polytechnic, Saokhede Bk, Jalgaon Gat No. 269, At Post Savkheda (B), Near Shanbaag Vidyalay, Jalgon 425003 168 Hon. Shri. Babanrao Pachpute Vichardhara Trust's Parikrama Polytechnic,Kashti S.No.1147,1148,1152 At & Post Kashti Tal Shrigonda Dist Ahmednagar 414701 169 The People Education Society's, Diploma College Of Enggineering & Technology,Jamkhed Behind Police Line,Jamkhed Dist. Ahmednagar 413201 170 Kisan Dnyanoday Mandal Gudhe's Dr. Uttamrao Mahajan Institute Of Engineering & Technology,Chalisgaon, Jalgaon Gat No.140 2 A/1,140 2 A/2, Aurangabad Byepass Road, Chalisgaon Dist-Jalgaon 424101 171 Om Sai Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha's Aamdar Kashinathji Mengal Polytechnic, Igatpuri, Nashik At Laxminagar Post Mundegaon Tal.Igatpuri Dist. Nashik
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 74 172 Matoshri Education Soceity, Matoshri Asarabai Polytechnic,Nashik Gut No.39/1 Eklahare, Nashik 173 Sandip Foundation's Sandip Polytechnic, Nashik Trimbak Road, P.O.: Mahiravani,Tal & Dist: Nashik.-422213 174 SHri Dattakrupa Shaikshanik & Krishi Gram Vikas Pratisthan, Shri Siddhivinayak Polytechnic, Karjat, Ahmednagar Sr. No.86/1,Rashin Road, Siddhatek Berdi Tal Karjat Dist Ahmednagar 414403 175 Jumma Masjid Charitable Trust's Polytechnic,Wadala Road, Wadala, Nashik Jmct's Campus,Wadala Road, Wadala, Nashik 422009 176 Tulajabhavani Seva Pratisthan, Soniya Gandhi Polytechnic, Shrigonda At Post Shrigonda, Tal.Shrigonda, Dist. Ahmednagar. Gat No.1120/1a,2260 Ahmednagar 177 Jijamata Foundation, Sau. Nirmalatai P.Patil Women's Polytechnic College, Jalgaon 65/ D1 / K1 Shirsoli Road Near Jain Hills,Jalgaon. 425001 178 Maharashtra Shetkari Seva Mandal, Tryambakrao Shejawal Institute Of Techology (Polytehnic), Manmad,Nandgaon,Nashik RDC, Anakwade, Manmad, Tal-Nandgaon, Dist- Nashik 179 Maharashtra Shikshan Vikas Mandal's Loknete Gopalraoji Gulwe, Polytehnic,Vilholi,Nashik 35/1/2A, Vilholi, Tal- Dist-Nashik 180 Raghvendra Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Late Junasing Mangtu College of Engg. (Diploma), Valthan, Tal Chalisgaon,Jalgaon Gut No. 25/A, Valthan, Tal Chalisgaon, Jalgaon 424101 181 Shiva Trust's Ajitdada Pawar College of Poltechnic,Vadala Mahadeo, Tal Shrirampur, Ahmednagar Srv. No. 3, 6/2, Vadala Mahadeo, Newasa Shrirampur Main Road, Tal Shrirampur, Dist Ahmednagar 182 Amruta Vaishnavi Education & Welfare Trust's Shatabdi Institute of Technology, Agastkhind, Tal Sinner Nashik Srv. No. 2, At. Post Agastkhind, Tal Sinner Dist. Nashik 422502 183 Maharashtra Homiopathic Foundation College of Polytechnic Gujalwadi, Tal Sangamner, Ahmednagar Chandanpuri Ghat, Gujalwadi, Tal Sangamner, Dist. Ahmednagar 184 Vardhaman Education & Welfare Society,Ahinsa Polytechnic, Post. Dondaicha, Dhule Srv. No. 190/1A /1, 190/1A/2, Dhule Road, Post. Dondaicha, Dist.Dhule , 425408 185 Potdar Foundation Taloda,Potdar Polytechnic, Patne, Malegaon, Nashik Plot No. 1188/4, Patne, Near Telco Shoroom, Malegaon, Dist. Nashik. 423203 186 K.V.N.Naik S. P. Sanstha’s, Polytechnic,Nashik Near Dongare Vasatigriha, Canada Corner, Nashik. 187 Nashik Institute of Technology, Late Annasaheb Patil Polytechnic , Dindori Road Cannol road ,MERI ,Nashik Srv. No,.155 / 1A Dindori Road Cannol road MERI Nashik 188 Kedareshwar Gramin Vikas Pratishthan, Kai. Sau. Sunitatai Eknathrao Dhakane Polytehnic College,Rakshi,Ahmedngar Gut No. 147/2, At Post-Rakshi Ahmednagar , 414502
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 75 189 Karmaveer R.S.Wagh Education & Health Institute, Kadwa Polytechnic, Rajaram Nagar, Tal-Dindori, Nashik Rajaram Nagar, Tal-Dindori, Nashik 422209 190 Godavari Foundation,Dr.Varsha Patil Institute of Technology, Jalgaon Jalgaon 425309 191 Sarswati Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Aabasaheb Shivajirao Sitaram Patil Institute of Polytechnic, Chichpura, Tal- Dharangaon,Jalgaon Chichpura, Tal- Dharangaon Dist-Jalgaon 192 Mahatma Phule Samajik & Shaikshanik Vikas Mandal, Samrat Ashok Polytechnic,Dhule Road, Chalisgaon ,Dist Jalgaon Sr.No.410, Dhule Road, Chalisgaon Dist-Jalgaon 424101 193 Nath Nangebaba Malti Purpose Mandal's, Polytechnic, Parola, Dist-Jalgaon Parola, Dist-Jalgaon 425111 194 Raj Laxmi Foundation, Sahkar Maharshi Rajaram Bapu Patil Polytechnic Institute, Madagaon ,Ahmednagar Gut No.190,Madagaon, Dist-Ahmednagar 414001 195 Sureshchandra Dhariwal Polytechnic, Palaskhede(bk), Tal. Jamner. At Post Palaskhede(bk), Tal. Jamner, Dist. Jalgaon 424206 196 Vidya Education Society's Vidya Institute of Technology, Dhanore. Dhanore, Tal. Yeola, Dist. Nashik.423401 197 Sahjivan Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Vasantrao More Polytechnic, Tehu Tq.Parola, Jalgaon. At Tehu Taluka Parola, Dist. Jalgaon 425111 198 Ashok Institute of Engineering & Technology(Polytechnic), Shrirampur. Ashok Nagar, Tal.Shrirampur, Dist. Ahmednagar.413717 199 Shree. Kapildhara Polytechnic, Igatpuri. Sr. No. 231, A/p Waki, Kawnai Road, Tahsil Igatpuri, Dist Nashik. 200 Gurukul Education Society's Institute of Engineering & Technology, Nandgaon S.No. 34/1B, & 34/2, At Phule Nagar, Post Nandgaon, Tal. & Dist. Nashik. 201 Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli Walchand College of Engineering, Vishram Bagh, Sangli 202 Government Polytechnic, Kolhapur Vidyanagar, Kolhapur 416004 203 Government Polytechnic, Avasari (Khurd) Avasari (Khurd) Tal. Ambegaon Dist Pune 415405 204 Government Polytechnic, Pune Ganesh khind, Shivaji Nagar, Pune. 411016 205 Government Residence Women Polytechnic, Tasgaon Manerajuri Road, Tasgaon, Sangli 416312 206 Government Polytechnic, Miraj Near Maji Sainik Vasahat, Vidyanagar Sangli , 416410 207 Government Polytechnic, Karad Government Polytechnic, P,O. Vidyanagar Satara , 415124 208 Government Polytechnic, Solapur Akkalkot Road, Solapur , 413006
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 76 209 Institute of Civil and Rural Engineering(aided), Gargoti, Kolhapur Hutatma Murlidhar Nagar, Gargoti, Kolhapur 416209 210 Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology( Aided ), Pune 19, Bundgarden Rd.,Pune Pune , 411001 211 Dattajirao Kadam Technical Edu. Society's Textile & Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji. Post Box No. 130, Rajwada, Ichalkaranji. Dist. Kolhapur 212 Gourishankar Education & Charitable Trust, Gourishankar Polytechnic,Limb, Satara S.No.989/A,satara pune Highway, Near Reliance Pump, Limb, Satara 415015 213 Shetkari Shikshan Mandal's Pad. Vasnatraodada Patil Institute of Technology, Budhgaon,(Diploma) Sangli PVPIT), Budhgaon, Tasgaon Rd., Tal : Miraj 214 Abhinav Education society College of Engineering and Technology(Diploma),Khandala S.No 209,178,179,180 Wadwadi,Khandala Satara , 412801 215 Rajgad Dnyanpeeth's Technical Campus,Dhangwadi, Bhor S.No. 237, Dhangwadi, Tal. Bhor. Dist. Pune 216 Shree Prince Shivaji Maratha Boarding House's New Polytechnic, Kolhapur R. S. No. 264, Shantinagar, Uchagaon, Kolhapur , 416005 217 Latthe Education Society's Polytechnic, Sangli P-41, MIDC, Kupwad Sangli , 416436 218 Rayat Shikshan Santha's Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil College Of Engineering & Polytechnic,Satara Gat No. 242/B/1 Panmalewadi, A/P Varye, Satara 415001 219 Satara Education Society's Satara Polytechnic, Satara Somgaon, Khindwadi, Near Nh 4, Mangalwar Peth, Satara 415002 220 Bharti Vidyaapeeth's Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Technology, Pune PUNE SATARA ROAD, Dhanakawadi, Katraj Pune , 411043 221 Solapur Education Society's Polytechnic, Solapur Samart Chowk, Budhwar Peth, Solapur , 413002 222 Dr. D.Y.Patil Pratishthan's, Yashwantrao Bhaurao Patil Polytechnic, Pune Sector No.29, Nigdi Pradhikaran, Akurdi Pune , 411044 223 Dr. J. J. Magdum Charitable Trust's Dr. J. J. Magdum Polytechnic, Kolhapur Shirol Wadi Road,Jaysingpur Kolhapur , 416101 224 Shri Shivaji Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Institute of Polytechnic, Barshi, Solapur 725/I, Karmveer Nagar, Barshi, Solapur , 413411 225 Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust's Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic,Pune Sector No. 26, Pradhikaran , Pune , 411044 226 Sinhgad Tech Education Society's Sou. Venutai Chavan Polytechnic, Pune 44/1, Vadgaon (BK), Off- Sinhgad Rd, Pune 411041 227 Poona District Education Association'S Seth R G S Institute of Technology, Annasaheb Magar College Campus,Hadpsar,Pune A.M. COllege Campus, Mahadeo Nagar, Manjari Road, Hadapsar,Pune-411028 228 Jaihind Comprehensive Educational Institute's Institute Of Technology, Junnar A/P Kuran, Tal. Junnar, Pune , 410511
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 77 229 Nutan Maharashtra Vidya Polytechnic,Pune Vishnupuri,Talegaon Dabhade(St.),Tal.Maval Pune , 410507 230 Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Polytechnic,Solapur Hotgi Road, Kumathe, Solapur 413224 231 Dr. D.Y. Patil Prathisthan's Dr. D.Y. Patil Polytechnic, Kolhapur Kasba Bavada Kolhapur , 416006 232 Bharati Vidyapeeth's Institute of Technology, Palus, Sangli Atpost:Palus,Tal:Palus, Dist:Sangli 416310 233 Jaywant shikshan prasarak Mandal,Jaywantrao Sawant Polytechnic, Hadapsar, Pune Survey No. 58, Hadapsar Handewadi Road, Hadapsar Pune , 411028 234 Bhivrabai Sawant Polytechnic, Wagholi, Pune Gat No. 720/2, Pune Nagar Road, Bakori Phata,Wagholi, Pune , 412207 235 BMSPM's Ashokrao Mane Polytechnic, Vathar Tarf Vadgaon Gat No. 113 A, A/P Vathar Tarf Vadgaon, Hatkangale, Kolhapur 416112 236 Vidya Vikas Pratishthan Polytechnic, Solapur 72 / 2 B,Pratap Nagar, Soregaon-Dongaon Road Solapur , 413004 237 Sai Charitable Trust, Indira Institute Of Diploma Engineering(Poly), Sasure, Tal. Barshi Flat No. 67, At Post Sasure ( Bairag )Solapur_Barshi Highway, Barshi, Solapur 413402 238 Shivneri Foundation, Shivneri Polytechnic, Khanapur, Junnar, Pune Khanapur, Junnar, Dist. Pune , 410502 239 Vidyavardhini Charitable Trust's Abhaysinhraje Bhonsle Institute of Technology, Shahunagar- Shendra, Satara Gat No. 282, 290 & 291 Shendre Satara 415001 240 Dinkarrao K. Shinde Smarak Trust, Dr. A.D. Shinde Institute Of Technology, Gadhinglaj At Post-Bhadgaon, Taluka Gadhinglaj, Dist. Kolhapur 416502 241 Zeal Education Society, Dnyanganga Polytechnic, Narhe Tal. Haveli, Pune Survey No. 39, Narhe, Taluka Haveli, Dist. Pune 411041 242 Shamrao Patil Yadravkar Educational Charitable Trust's,Sharad Institute Of Technology(Polytechnic ),Yadrav Jay-Sangli Naka, Yadrav-Ichalkaranji, Shirol, Kolhapur 416121 243 Shree Vitthal Edu. and Research Institute, College of Engineering (Polytechnic), Gopalpur, Pandharpur P.Box No.54, Gopalpur, Ranjani Road, Solapur , 413304 244 SVM's Late Hon D.R. Kakade Rural Institute of Engg. & Technology, Pimpalwandi, Taluka Junnar, Dist.Pune Pimpalwadi, Taluka Junnar, Dist.Pune 412412 245 Y.D.Mane Institute of Technology, Kagal, Kolhapur 426/5 Near Alka Sheti Farm, Sangaon Road, Kagal Kolhapur , 416216 246 Navbharat Shikshan Mandal,s Shantiniketan Polytechnic, Sangli Survey No. 1911, Shantiniketan Lokvidyapeeth Sangli , 416416 247 Dr. D.Y. Patil Polytechnic, Ambi., Talegaon, Pune S. No. 124 & 126 Ap. Ambi, Talegaon Dabhade Pune , 410506
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 78 248 Sant Gajanan Maharaj Rural Polytechnic, Gadhingaj, Kolhapur Mahagaon Sait, Chinchewadi, Gadhinglaj, Kolhapur 416503 249 Shanti Education Society, A.G. Patil Polytechnic Institute, Solapur 18(2/2A) 2, Pratap Nagar, Vijapur Road, Opp. S.R.P. Camp, Solapur 413004 250 Shriram Institute Of Engineering & Technology, (Poly), Paniv Paniv, Taluka Malshiras, Dist. Solapur 413113 251 Vidya Pratishthan's Polytechnic College, Vidyanagari, Indapur Vidyanagari, Indapur, Dist. Pune 413106 252 Kai. Amdar Bramhadevdada Mane Shikshan Va Samajik Pratishthan,Bramhadevdada Mane Polytechnic, Belati, Noth Solapur Gat No.137/1/A,B,C,D, A/p-Belati, Noth Solapur Dist. Solapur 413002 253 Shree Pandurang Pratishthan, Karmayogi Polytechnic College, Shelvhe, Tal.Pandharpur S. No. 124,125, Shelve, Taluka :Pandharpur, District: Solapur 413304 254 Loknete Ma.Hanumantrao Patil Charitable Trust, Adarsh Institute of Technology (Poly), Khambale Gat No.421,At Post Khambale, Vita, Taluka Khanpur, Dist. Sangli 415311 255 Marathwada Mitra Mandal's Polytechnic, Pune Sr.No.4/17, Thergaon Pune 411033 256 Samarth Rural Education Institute, Samarth Polytechnic, Bangarwadi, Belhe Bangarwadi, Belhe, Taluka Junnar, Dist. Pune 412410 257 Shri Umajirao Sanamadikar Medical Foundation's Siddharath Polytechnic, Jath S.NO. 672/1, Segaon road,Jaith Dist Sangli 416404 258 Sandipani Charitable Trust, M.D. Jadhav Institute Of Technology.,Bhose Gat No.986,987, A/P.Bhose, Tal.Miraj Sangli , 416422 259 Dattakala Shikshan Sanstha's, Dattakala Polytechnic,Daund,Pune Gat No.541/2, Off Pune-Solapur Highway, At Post Swami Chincholi, Tal.Daund, Pune. 413130 260 Shri. Siddheshwar Deosthan Trust's Siddheshwar Women's Polytechnic, Solapur Bhavani Peth, T.P. No.Ii,Plot No.74,Rupa Bhawani Mandir Road,Solapur 413002 261 Panchkroshi Shikshan Mandal's Suryadaya Institute Of Engineering & Polytechnic, Mahagaon, Satara Near Navodaya Vidyalaya, Satara Tal Satara, Dist Satara 415002 262 Gajanan Maharaj Shikshan Prasarak Mandal's Sharadchandra Pawar Institute Of Engineerinrg & Technology, Dumberwadi(Otur),Junner S.No.675,At Khamundi, Post Dumberwadi(Otur), Tal.Junner, Pune 412409 263 Balasaheb Desai Foundation, Shivajirao Desai College Of Polytechnic, Doulatnagar Doulatnagar, Tal. Patna Dist. Satara 415211 264 Rajarshi Shahu Shikshan Sanstha's Vitthal Patil Polytechnic, Miraj Gat No. 640/641/642/643 A/P Inam Dhamni Tal Miraj Sangli , 416416 265 Shree Santkrupa Shikshan Sanstha, Shree Santkrupa Institute Of Engineering & Technology, Karad Gat No.716,Ghogaon,(Shivajinagar),Tal.Karad Satara , 415111
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 79 266 Swami Vivekananda Pratisthan, Swami Vivekananda Institute Of Technology,Khed, Solapur Gat No.16/1,Solapur -Barshi Road,Khed,North Solapur 413225 267 Swami Vivekananda Shikshan Sanstha, Dr. Bapuji Salunkhe Institute Of Engineering & Technology,Kolhapur 2130, E Ward, Kolhapur 416003 268 Shahajirao Patil Vikas Pratishthan, S. B. Patil Polytechnic, Indapur Gat No.58,Village Vangali,Tal.Indapur,Dist:Pune 413106 269 Shriram Education Soceity's Shivaji Polytechnic, Atpadi, Sangli Near Suresh Indians Gas Agency,1370 Gat No.4169 To 4175 Tal.Atpadi Sangli , 415301 270 Ramkrishna Technical Education Soceity, Shivaji Polytechnic College, Sangola S.No.76/1,77 Sangola, Jat Road, Sangola Solapur , 413307 271 Shri. Venkateshwara Shikshan Sanstha's Nanasaheb Mahadik Polytechnic Institute, Peth Gat No. 905 A/1, Pune - Benglore NH-4 Highway A/P - Peth, Tal - Walwa, Dist - Sangli 272 Shri Vatavruksha Swami Maharaj Devasthan's, Svsmd's Polytechnic College, Akkalkot Gat No.604/2,Near Bhakta Nivas,Gangapur Road, Akkalkot Solapur , 413216 273 Sau. Devibai Narayandas Chhabada Rural Education Soceity,Late N.B. Chhabada Institute Of Engg & Tech.(Poly), Satara Sr. No.259,A/P Raigaon, Taluka Jaoli Satara , 415020 274 Karmveer Bhaurao Patil Shikshan Sansthan's Sahyadri Polytechnic,Pune A/P Nasrapur,Kikavi (Morwadi), Tal Bhor, Pune. 412206 275 Samarth Education Trust's Arvind Gavali College Of Engineering Panwalewadi, Varye,Satara. Gat. No-247,A/P-Panwalewadi Post Varye,Tal- Satara 415015 276 Universal College of Engineering & Research, Sasewadi Gat No. 430, Sasewadi, Taluka - Bhor, Gat No. 430, Sasewadi, Taluka - Bhor, Pune 412205 277 Navsahyadri Education Society's Group of Institutions, Naigaon, Tal. Bhor, Dist. Pune Gat. N0. 69,70,71, Mouje : Naigaon, Tal. Bhor, Pune , 412205 278 Shri. Ambabai Talim Sanstha's Sanjay Bhokare Group of Institutes, Miraj Tilaknagar Miraj-Sangli Road Miraj Sangli , 416414 279 Jai Bhavani Education Society,Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic College,Ziprapwadi, Tal. Phaltan, Dist. Satara S.No. 108-2/1, 108-2/2, 108-2/3,108-2/4, A/P Zirapwadi (Girvi Road), Tal. Phaltan, Dist – Satara 415523 280 Shetakari Shikshan Prasarak Mandal,Shri. Jayawantrao Bhosale Polytechnic, Kille Machindragad, Tal-Walwa, Dist. Sangli Survey No. 319/1, 320, Kille Machindragad, Tal- Walwa, Dist Sangli 415303 281 Shree Datta Shetakari Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. Charitable Trust, Shree Datta Polytechnic College, Dattanagar Tal-Shirol, Dist Kolhapur Gat No. 251 & 133/2, Dattanagar, Tal-Shirol, Dist Kolhapur 416120
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 80 282 Dnyan Kala Krida & Krushi Pratishan,Babasaheb Phadtare Polytechnic, Kalamb Walchandnagar, Tal-Indapur, Dist. Pune S.No.40/1 Kalamb Walchandnagar, Tal-Indapur Dist Pune. 413114 283 Barshi Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Shriman Bhausaheb Zadbuke Institute of Polytechnic, Puri, Tal-Barshi, Solapur Gat No. 80,282,273,275,276,A/P Puri, Tal- Barshi, Dist Solapur 284 Purogami Shikshan Mandal,Gauri Shiv Polytechnic, Khatav Dist - Satara Gat No 1230, A/P & Tal Khatav, Dist - Satara 415505 285 Chh.Shivaji Shikshan Mandal,Chh.Shivaji Polytechnic Institute,Vaduj, Tal-Khatav, Dist. Satara Vaduj, Tal-Khatav,Dist-Satara. 286 Chhatrapati Shahu Education Society,Chhatrapati Shahu Polytechnic, A/P Atit, Dist Satara Gat No 471, A/P Atit, Dist Satara A/P Atit, Dist Satara 287 New Satara Shikshan Sankul,New Satara College of Engineering & Management, Pandharpur New Solapur Road, Pandharpur. Dist. Solapur 288 Man Vidya Prasarak Mandal,Polytechnic College, Dahiwadi Tal-Man, Dist-Satara Tal-Man, Dist-Satara 415508 289 Shivaneri Bahuuddeshiya Sevabhavi Shikshan Sanstha,Hon.Ajitdada Pawar Diploma Engineering College, Ane Tal- Junnar, Dist - Pune Gat No 1034,Ane Tal- Junnar, Dist -Pune 421410 290 Shri Narsinha Shikshan Prasarak Mandal,Ramrao Nikam Polytechnic College, Indoli Tal-Karad, Dist-Satara S.No. 191, Indoli, Tal-Karad, Dist-Satara 415109 291 Ninaidevi Shikshan Prasarak Mandal,Shri. Shivajirao Deshmukh Institute of Technology, Shirala, Sangli Red Batish Shirala, Sangli 415408 292 Fabtech Technical Campus College of Engineering and Research, Sangola Pandharpur Road, Gat No.565/1, Sangola Tal. Sangola, Dist. Solapur 413307 293 Bhagwant Institute of Technology, Barshi Gat No. 1242/2, Tadsoundane Road, Barshi. Solapur.413401 294 Sahakar Maharshee Shankarrao Mohite Patil Institute of Technology & Research, Akluj At Shankar Nagar, Akluj, Post Yashwant Nagar, Dist. Solapur 295 Shivganga Charitable Trust, Sangli Vishveshwarya Technical Campus, Patgaon, Patgaon, Miraj- Pandharpur Road, Miraj Dist.Sangli. 296 DKTE Society's Yashwantrao Chavan Polytechnic, Ichalkaranji R.S.No. 644, Sangli Road, Near Adinath Society, Ichalkaranji, Dist Kolhapur. 297 Maulana Azad Polytechnic, Solapur 36/1A, At post Hotgi, Hotgi-Kumbhari Road, Tal.& Dist Solapur 298 SSDGCT's Sanjay Ghodawat Polytechnic, Kolhapur AT post Atigre, Gat No 582, Tq-Hatkanangale, Dist- Kolhapur
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 81 ITI Courses & details •ITI offers Engineering & non-engg trades, •The period of training is 1 to 3 years •Qualification–8th Std or 10th Std or 12th Pass, •ITI offers Engineering & non-engg trades •The period of training is 1 to 3 years, •Qualification–8th Std or 10th Std or 12th Pass # Course Duration Qualification 1 Tool & Die Maker ( Jigs & Fixture ) 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 2 Tool & Die Maker ( Moulds & Dies ) 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 3 Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 4 Wiremen 2 Yr Engg 8th Pass 5 Painter ( General ) 2 Yr Engg 8th Pass 6 D'men Civil 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 7 D'men Mechanical 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 8 Surveyor 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 9 Mechanic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 10 Electronics ( Mechanic ) 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 11 Mechanic Motor Vehicle 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 12 Electroplater 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 13 Electrician 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 14 Instrument Mechanic 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 15 Machinist (Grinder 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 16 Fitter 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 17 Turner 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 18 Machinist 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 19 Mechanic Cum Operator Electronics Communication 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 20 System (MOECS 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 21 Carpenter 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 22 Foundry men 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 23 Welder 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 24 Plumber 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 25 Mason ( Building Construction ) 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 26 Sheet Metal Work 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 27 Plastic Processing Operator 1 Yr Engg 10th Pass 28 Mechanic Diesel 1 Yr Engg 10th Pass 29 Cutting & Sewing 1 Yr Non-Engg 8th Pass 30 Photographer 1 Yr Non-Engg 10th Pass 31 Stenography ( English ) 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 32 Secretarial Practice 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 33 Desk Top Publishing Operator 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 34 Computer Operator & Programming Assistant 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 35 Stenography ( Marathi (SCVT) 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 82 Medical colleges # State Name and Address of Medical College / Medical Institution 1 A.P. Alluri Sitaram Raju Academy of Medical Sciences, Eluru 2 A.P. Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam 3 A.P. Apollo Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Hyderabad 4 A.P. Bhaskar Medical College, Yenkapally 5 A.P. Chalmeda Anand Rao Insttitute Of Medical Sciences, Karimnagar 6 A.P. Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad 7 A.P. Dr. P.S.I. Medical College , Chinoutpalli 8 A.P. Dr. VRK Womens Medical College, Aziznagar 9 A.P. Fathima Instt. of Medical Sciences,Kadapa 10 A.P. Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad 11 A.P. Government Medical College, Anantapur 12 A.P. Great Eastern Medical School and Hospital,Srikakulam 13 A.P. GSL Medical College, Rajahmundry 14 A.P. Guntur Medical College, Guntur 15 A.P. Kakatiya Medical College, Wrangal 16 A.P. Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences, Narketpally 17 A.P. Katuri Medical College, Guntur 18 A.P. Konaseema Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Foundation, Amalapuram 19 A.P. Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool 20 A.P. Maharajah Institute of Medical Sciences, Vizianagaram 21 A.P. Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad 22 A.P. Mamata Medical College, Khammam 23 A.P. Medicity Institute Of Medical Sciences, Ghanpur 24 A.P. MNR Medical College, Sangareddy 25 A.P. Narayana Medical College, Nellore 26 A.P. NRI Institute of Medical Sciences, Visakhapatnam 27 A.P. NRI Medical College, Guntur 28 A.P. Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad 29 A.P. P E S Institute Of Medical Sciences and Research, Kuppam 30 A.P. Prathima Institute Of Medical Sciences, Karimnagar 31 A.P. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, adilabad 32 A.P. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Kadapa 33 A.P. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Srikakulam 34 A.P. Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences,Ongole, AP 35 A.P. Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada 36 A.P. S V Medical College, Tirupati 37 A.P. S V S Medical College, Mehboobnagar
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 83 38 A.P. Santhiram Medical College, Nandyal 39 A.P. Shadan Institute of Medical Sciences,Research Centre and Teaching Hospital, Peerancheru 40 A.P. Siddhartha Medical College, Vijaywada 41 Assam Assam Medial College, Dibrugarh 42 Assam Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College, Barpeta, Assam 43 Assam Gauhati Medical College, Guwahati 44 Assam Jorhat Medical College & Hospital , Jorhat 45 Assam Silchar Medical College, Silchar 46 Bihar A N Magadh Medical College, Gaya 47 Bihar Darbanga Medical College, Lehriasarai 48 Bihar Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences,Sheikhpura Patna 49 Bihar Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Bhagalpur 50 Bihar Katihar Medical College, Katihar 51 Bihar Lord Buddha Koshi Medical College and Hospital, Saharsa 52 Bihar Mata Gujri Memorial Medical College, Kishanganj 53 Bihar Nalanda Medical College, Patna 54 Bihar Narayan Medical College & Hospital, Sasaram 55 Bihar Patna Medical College, Patna 56 Bihar Shri Krishna Medical College, Muzzafarpur 57 Chandigarh Government Medical College, Chandigarh 58 Chattisgarh Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences, Bilaspur 59 Chattisgarh Government Medical College, NMDC, Jagdalpur 60 Chattisgarh Pt. J N M Medical College, Raipur 61 Delhi All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi 62 Delhi Army College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi 63 Delhi Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi 64 Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 65 Delhi Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 66 Delhi University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, New Delhi 67 Delhi Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi 68 Goa Goa Medical College, Panaji 69 Gujarat Ahmedabad Municipal Coporation Medical Education Trust Medical College, Ahmedabad 70 Gujarat B J Medical College, Ahmedabad 71 Gujarat CU Shah Medical College, Surendra Nagar 72 Gujarat GCS Medical College, Ahmedabad 73 Gujarat GMERS Medical College, Dharpur Patan 74 Gujarat GMERS Medical College, Gandhinagar
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 84 75 Gujarat GMERS Medical College, Gotri, Vadodara 76 Gujarat GMERS Medical College, Sola, Ahmedabad 77 Gujarat GMERS Medical College, Valsad 78 Gujarat Government Medical College, Bhavnagar 79 Gujarat Government Medical College, Surat 80 Gujarat Gujarat Adani Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhuj 81 Gujarat K.J. Mehta General Hospital & College of Medical Sciences, Amargadh 82 Gujarat Kesarsal Medical College & Research Institute, Ahmedabad 83 Gujarat Medical College, Baroda 84 Gujarat MP Shah Medical College,Jamnagar 85 Gujarat Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Medical College, Rajkot 86 Gujarat Pramukhswami Medical College, Karmsad 87 Gujarat SBKS Medical Instt. & Research Centre, Vadodra 88 Gujarat Smt. N.H.L.Municipal Medical College, Ahmedabad 89 Gujarat Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research, Surat 90 Gujarat Vivekanand Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research, Valia 91 Haryana BPS Government Medical College for Women, Sonepat 92 Haryana Gold Field Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Ballabgarh, Faridabad 93 Haryana Maharaja Agrasen Medical College, Agroha 94 Haryana Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research, Mullana, Ambala 95 Haryana Pt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak (Haryana) 96 Haryana Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary Medical College, Gurgaon 97 H.P. Dr. Rajendar Prasad Government Medical College, Tanda, H.P 98 H.P. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla 99 J & K Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences, Jammu 100 J & K Government Medical College, Jammu 101 J & K Government Medical College, Srinagar 102 J & K Sher-I-Kashmir Instt. Of Medical Sciences, Srinagar 103 Jharkhand M G M Medical College, Jamshedpur 104 Jharkhand Patliputra Medical College, Dhanbad 105 Jharkhand Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi 106 Karnataka A J Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Mangalore 107 Karnataka Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences Bellur 108 Karnataka Al-Ameen Medical College,Bijapur 109 Karnataka Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore 110 Karnataka Basaveswara Medical College and Hospital, Chitradurga 111 Karnataka Belgaum Institute of Medical Sciences, Belgaum 112 Karnataka Bidar Institute of Medical Sciences,Bidar
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 85 113 Karnataka Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore 114 Karnataka Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical College, Bangalore 115 Karnataka Father Mullers Institue of Medical Education and Research, Mangalore 116 Karnataka Govt. Medical College, Mysore 117 Karnataka Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences, Hassan 118 Karnataka Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum 119 Karnataka JJM Medical College, Davangere 120 Karnataka JSS Medical College, Mysore 121 Karnataka K S Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore 122 Karnataka K V G Medical College, Sullia 123 Karnataka Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli 124 Karnataka Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore 125 Karnataka Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 126 Karnataka Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore 127 Karnataka Khaja Banda Nawaz Institute of Medical Sciences, Gulbarga 128 Karnataka M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore 129 Karnataka Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga 130 Karnataka Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences, Mandya 131 Karnataka MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore 132 Karnataka Navodaya Medical College, Raichur 133 Karnataka Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences,Raichur 134 Karnataka Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore 135 Karnataka S S Institute of Medical Sciences& Research Centre, Davangere 136 Karnataka S. Nijalingappa Medical College & HSK Hospital & Research Centre, Bagalkot 137 Karnataka Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore 138 Karnataka SDM Medical College , Dharwad 139 Karnataka Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences,Shimoga 140 Karnataka Shri B M Patil Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Bijapur 141 Karnataka Sri Devaraj URS Medical College, Kolar 142 Karnataka Sri Siddhartha Medical College, Tumkur 143 Karnataka Srinivas Institute of Medical Research Centre, Srinivasnagar 144 Karnataka St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore 145 Karnataka Subbaiah Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga, Karnataka 146 Karnataka Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Sciences, Bellary 147 Karnataka Vydehi Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore 148 Karnataka Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore 149 Kerala Academy of Medical Sceiences,Pariyaram, Kannur 150 Kerala Amala Institute of Medical Sciences, Thrissur 151 Kerala Amrita School of Medicine, Elamkara, Kochi
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 86 152 Kerala Azeezia Instt of Medical Science,Meeyannoor,Kollam 153 Kerala Co-operative Medical College, Kochi 154 Kerala Dr. Somervel Memorial CSI Hospital & Medical College, Karakonam, Thiruvananthapuram 155 Kerala Government Medical College, Kottayam 156 Kerala Govt. Medical College, Kozhikode,Calicut 157 Kerala Govt. Medical College, Thrissur 158 Kerala Jubilee Mission Medical College & Research Institute, Thrissur 159 Kerala Kannur Medical College, Kannur 160 Kerala Karuna Medical College, Palakkad 161 Kerala KMCT Medical College,Kozhikode, Calicut 162 Kerala M E S Medical College , Perintalmanna Malappuram Distt.Kerala 163 Kerala Malabar Medical College, Kozhikode,Calicut 164 Kerala Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Medical College, Kolenchery 165 Kerala Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram 166 Kerala Pushpagiri Institute Of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Tiruvalla 167 Kerala Sree Narayana Instt. of Medical Sciences, Chalakka,Ernakulam 168 Kerala Sree Uthradom Thiurnal Academy of Medical Sciences,Trivandrum 169 Kerala Sri Gokulam Medical College Trust & Research Foundation, Trivandrum 170 Kerala T D Medical College, Alleppey (Allappuzha) 171 Kerala Travancore Medical College, Kollam 172 M.P. Chirayu Medical College and Hospital, Bairagarh,Bhopal 173 M.P. Gajra Raja Medical College, Gwalior 174 M.P. Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal 175 M.P. Index Medical College Hospital & Research Centre,Indore 176 M.P. L.N. Medical College and Research Centre,Bhopal 177 M.P. M G M Medical College, Indore 178 M.P. Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Medical College, Jabalpur 179 M.P. Peoples College of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bhanpur, Bhopal 180 M.P. Ruxmaniben Deepchand Gardi Medical College, Ujjain 181 M.P. Sagar Medical College, Sagar 182 M.P. Shri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, Indore 183 M.P. Shyam Shah Medical College, Rewa 184 Maharashtra ACPM Medical College, Dhule 185 Maharashtra Armed Forces Medical College, Pune 186 Maharashtra Ashwini Rural Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Solapur 187 Maharashtra B. J. Medical College, Pune 188 Maharashtra Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Medical College & Hospital, Sangli 189 Maharashtra Bharati Vidyapeeth University Medical College, Pune
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 87 190 Maharashtra Dr Vaishampayan Memorial Medical College, Solapur 191 Maharashtra Dr. D Y Patil Medical College, Kolhapur 192 Maharashtra Dr. Panjabrao Alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh Memorial Medical College, Amravati 193 Maharashtra Dr. Shankarrao Chavan Govt. Medical College, Nanded 194 Maharashtra Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College & Hospital, Jalgaon 195 Maharashtra Dr.Vasantrao Pawar Med. Col. Hosp. & Research Centre,Nasik (Prev. NDMVP Samaj Medical College) 196 Maharashtra Government Medical College, Aurangabad 197 Maharashtra Government Medical College, Nagpur 198 Maharashtra Govt Medical College, Akola 199 Maharashtra Govt. Medical College , Latur 200 Maharashtra Govt. Medical College, Miraj 201 Maharashtra Grant Medical College, Mumbai 202 Maharashtra Indira Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Nagpur 203 Maharashtra Institute of Medical Science and Research, Vidyagiri, Satara 204 Maharashtra Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha 205 Maharashtra KJ Somaiyya Medical College & Research Centre, Mumbai 206 Maharashtra Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, Karad 207 Maharashtra Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Sion, Mumbai 208 Maharashtra Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Latur 209 Maharashtra Maharashtra Institute of Medical Education & Research, Pune 210 Maharashtra Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Wardha 211 Maharashtra Mahatma Gandhi Missions Medical College, Aurangabad 212 Maharashtra Mahatma Gandhi Missions Medical College, Navi Mumbai 213 Maharashtra N. K. P. Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Nagpur 214 Maharashtra Padmashree Dr. D Y Patil Medical College, Pimpri, Pune 215 Maharashtra Padmashree Dr. D.Y.Patil Medical College, Navi Mumbai 216 Maharashtra Padmashri Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe Patil Foundations Medical College, Ahmednagar 217 Maharashtra Rajashree Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Government Medical College, Kolhapur 218 Maharashtra Rajiv Gandhi Medical College and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, Thane 219 Maharashtra Rural Medical College, Loni 220 Maharashtra Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai 221 Maharashtra Shri Vasant Rao Naik Govt. Medical College, Yavatmal 222 Maharashtra Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College and Hospital,Narhe,Pune 223 Maharashtra Sri Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College, Dhule 224 Maharashtra SRTR Medical College, Ambajogai 225 Maharashtra Terna Medical College, Navi Mumbai 226 Maharashtra Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai 227 Manipur Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences,Porompet,Imphal
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 88 228 Manipur Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal 229 Orissa Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar 230 Orissa Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Rourkela 231 Orissa Instt. Of Medical Sciences & SUM Hospital, Bhubaneswar 232 Orissa Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar 233 Orissa MKCG Medical College, Berhampur 234 Orissa SCB Medical College, Cuttack 235 Orissa VSS Medical College, Burala 236 Pondicherry Aarupadai Veedu Medical College, Pondicherry 237 Pondicherry Indira Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute, Puducherry 238 Pondicherry Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Puducherry 239 Pondicherry Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute, Pondicherry 240 Pondicherry Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Pondicherry 241 Pondicherry Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Pondicherry 242 Pondicherry Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital, Pondicherry 243 Pondicherry Sri Venkateswaraa Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Pondicherry 244 Pondicherry Vinayaka Missions Medical College, Pondicherry 245 Punjab Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Bhatinda 246 Punjab Chintpurni Medical College, Gurdaspur 247 Punjab Christian Medical College, Ludhiana 248 Punjab Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, Ludhiana 249 Punjab Gian Sagar Medical College & Hospital, Patiala 250 Punjab Government Medical College, Amritsar 251 Punjab Government Medical College, Patiala 252 Punjab Guru Govind Singh Medical College, Faridkot 253 Punjab Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences, Jalandhar 254 Punjab Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Sri Amritsar 255 Rajasthan Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur 256 Rajasthan Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital,Udaipur 257 Rajasthan Government Medical College, Kota 258 Rajasthan Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Ajmer 259 Rajasthan Jhalawar Medical College, Jhalawa 260 Rajasthan Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur 261 Rajasthan National Institute of Medical Science & Research, Jaipur 262 Rajasthan R N T Medical College, Udaipur 263 Rajasthan Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner 264 Rajasthan SMS Medical College, Jaipur 265 Sikkim Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, Gangtok 266 Tamil Nadu ACS Medical College , Chennai
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 89 267 Tamil Nadu Annapoorna Medical College & Hospital, Salem 268 Tamil Nadu Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu 269 Tamil Nadu Chennai Medical College Hospital and research centre,Trichy 270 Tamil Nadu Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute, Kanchipuram 271 Tamil Nadu Christian Medical College, Vellore 272 Tamil Nadu Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore 273 Tamil Nadu D.D. Medical College and Hospital, Tiruvallur, Chennai 274 Tamil Nadu Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital,Perambalur 275 Tamil Nadu Faculty of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore 276 Tamil Nadu Government Dharmapuri Medical College, Dharmapuri 277 Tamil Nadu Government Sivgangai Medical College, Sivaganga 278 Tamil Nadu Government Vellore Medical College, Vellore 279 Tamil Nadu K A P Viswanathan Government Medical College, Trichy 280 Tamil Nadu KanyaKumari Government Medical College, Asaripallam 281 Tamil Nadu Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences,Maduranthagam 282 Tamil Nadu Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai 283 Tamil Nadu Madha Medical College and Hospital, Thandalam, Chennai 284 Tamil Nadu Madras Medical College, Chennai 285 Tamil Nadu Madurai Medical College, Madurai 286 Tamil Nadu Meenakshi Medical College and Research Institute, Enathur 287 Tamil Nadu Melmaruvathur Adiparasakthi Instt. Medical Sciences and Research 288 Tamil Nadu Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem 289 Tamil Nadu Perunthurai Medical College and Institute of Road Transport, Perunthurai 290 Tamil Nadu PSG Institute of Medical Sciences, Coimbatore 291 Tamil Nadu Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Annamalainagar 292 Tamil Nadu Saveetha Medical College and Hospital, Kanchipuram 293 Tamil Nadu Shri Satya Sai Medical College and Research Institute, Kancheepuram 294 Tamil Nadu Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital, Chennai 295 Tamil Nadu Sree Mookambika Institute of Medical Sciences, Kanyakumari 296 Tamil Nadu Sri Muthukumaran Medical College,Chennai 297 Tamil Nadu Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Chennai 298 Tamil Nadu SRM Medical College Hospital & Research Centre, Kancheepuram 299 Tamil Nadu Stanley Medical College, Chennai 300 Tamil Nadu Tagore Medical College and Hospital, Chennai 301 Tamil Nadu Thanjavur Medical College,Thanjavur 302 Tamil Nadu Theni Government Medical College,Theni 303 Tamil Nadu Thiruvarur Govt. Medical College, Thiruvarur 304 Tamil Nadu Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 90 305 Tamil Nadu Tirunelveli Medical College,Tirunelveli 306 Tamil Nadu Villupuram Medical Cololege, Villupuram 307 Tamil Nadu Vinayaka Missions Kirupananda Variyar Medical College, Salem 308 Tripura Agartala Government Medical College,Agartala 309 Tripura Tripura Medical College and Dr. B R A M Teaching Hospital, Agartala 310 U.P. Baba Saheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Medical College and Associated Hospital, Kannauj 311 U.P. BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur 312 U.P. Career Instt. Of Medical Sciences & Hospital, Lucknow 313 U.P. Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University, Lucknow 314 U.P. Era Lucknow Medical College , Lucknow 315 U.P. GSVM Medial College, Kanpur 316 U.P. Hind Institute of Medical Sciences , Barabanki 317 U.P. Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU, Varansi 318 U.P. Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh 319 U.P. LLRM Medical College, Merrut 320 U.P. Mahamaya Rajkiya Allopathic Medical College, Ambedkarnagar 321 U.P. Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical College, Jhansi 322 U.P. Major S D Singh Medical College and Hospital, Fathehgarh, Farrukhabad 323 U.P. Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences 324 U.P. Moti Lal Nehru Medical College, Allahabad 325 U.P. Muzaffarnagar Medical College, Muzaffarnagar 326 U.P. Rama Medical College and Hospital , Kanpur 327 U.P. Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur,Gaziabad 328 U.P. Rohilkhand Medical College & Hospital, Bareilly 329 U.P. S N Medical College, Agra 330 U.P. Santosh Medical College, Ghaziabad 331 U.P. Saraswati Institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur 332 U.P. School of Medical Sciences & Research,Greater Noida 333 U.P. Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences, Bareilly 334 U.P. Subharti Medical College, Meerut 335 U.P. Teerthankar Mahaveer Medical College, Moradabad 336 U.P. U.P. Rural Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Etawah 337 Uttaranchal Govt. Medical College (Prev.Uttarakhand Forest Hospital Trust Med.Col.), Haldwani 338 Uttaranchal Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehradun 339 Uttaranchal Shri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical & Health Sciences, Dehradun 340 Uttaranchal Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali Govt. Medical Sc. & Research Instt, Srinagar, Pauri Garhwal
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 91 341 West Bengal Bankura Sammilani Medical College, Bankura 342 West Bengal Burdwan Medical College, Burdwan 343 West Bengal Calcutta National Medical College, Kolkata 344 West Bengal College of Medicine and JNM Hospital,Kalyani,Nadia 345 West Bengal College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital, Kolkata 346 West Bengal ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Haldia, Purba Midanpore 347 West Bengal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Kolkata 348 West Bengal KPC Medical College,Jadavpur,Kolkata 349 West Bengal Malda Medical College & Hospital, Malda 350 West Bengal Medical College, Kolkata 351 West Bengal Midnapore Medical College, Midnapore 352 West Bengal Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals, Murshidabad 353 West Bengal Nilratan Sircar Medical College, Kolkata 354 West Bengal North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling 355 West Bengal RG Kar Medical College, Kolkata List of Top Medical Colleges in India Rank Institute 1 All India Institute of Medical Sciences The Institute has comprehensive facilities for teaching, research and patient-care. As provided in the Act, AIIMS conducts teaching programs in medical.... 2 Armed Forces Medical College Armed Forces Medical College is a premier medical institute of India acknowledged as a centre of excellence for education and research.... 3 Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research JIPMER campus is located in the western entrance of Pondicherry on the highway and spread over 195 acres of sloping land that is a hillock.... 4 Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University King George Medical College (KGMC), Lucknow established in 1911 has been a frontrunner among medical education institutions in the country.... 5 St Johns College of Nursing and Medical A total of 726 students are undergoing their training in Medicine and Paramedical courses.... 6 Kasturba Medical College KasturbaMedical Collegeis the first college in the private sector and ranks among the top five medical colleges in the country today.... 7 Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute BangaloreMedical Collegeand Research Institute has MCI recognition for 150 Undergraduate, 135 Postgraduate Masters Degree.... 8 Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital and Seth G.S. Medical College is amongst the foremost
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 92 teaching and medical care providing institutions in India.... 9 Christian Medical College Christian Medical Collegeis affiliated to the Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai offers degree courses in Medicine, Nursing, Physio-therapy, Occupational Therapy and in Medical Laboratory Technology.... 10 University College of Medical Science Runs medical and paramedical courses Annual admission MBBS: 150, MD/MS: 71; besides PhD courses in Medical Faculty Paramedical courses: BSc(Medical Technology), Radiography.... List of Top Management Colleges in India Rank Institute 1 Indian Institute of Management Bangalore A 100-acre oasis in south Bangalore, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), with its all-stone architecture, lush verdant woods and landscaped gardens provides an idyllic environment to engage in management studies, academics and learning... 2 Indian Institute Of Management Calcutta IIMC was established as the first national institute for Post-Graduate studies and Research in Management by the Government of India in November 1961 in collaboration with Alfred P. Sloan School of Management (MIT), the Government of West Bengal. 3 Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad Collaboration with Harvard Business School greatly influenced the Institute's approach to education. Gradually, it emerged as a confluence of the best of Eastern and Western values.... 4 Indian Institute of Management Indore Established in 1996 Indian Institute of Management Indore is the sixth in the prestigious IIM family of management schools. 5 Indian Institute of Management Lucknow From a modest beginning in 1984 Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIML) has now grown into a fully.... 6 Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) is on a high growth trajectory today, offering widest range of academic programmes in the field of management education.... 7 Indian Institute of Foreign Trade The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was setup in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organisation to help professionalise the country's foreign trade management.... 8 Indian School of Business Hyderabad The Indian School of Business evolved from the need for a world class business school in Asia.... 9 Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management Shillong IIM Shillong has been set up with a vision of expansion and mobilisation of facilities for offering good quality management education and research in the North Eastern region of India.... 10 Faculty of Management Studies The Faculty of Management Studies focuses on management education more than just business management. The commitment is thought leadership with a deep understanding of business....
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 93 Brief information about AIEEE AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) is held every year for candidates who seek admission to Engineering, Architecture, Planning and Pharmacy degree courses in various engineering colleges and institutes in the country. Date of Examination: April to May Time of Examination: 3 hours Examination Fees: Rs. 800/- For B.E. / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B.Planning. ( General / OBC ) (offline)Rs. 400/- For B.E. / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B.Planning. ( SC / ST ) (offline)Rs. 500/- For B.E. / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B.Planning. ( General / OBC ) (online) Rs. 250/- For B.E. / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B.Planning. ( SC / ST ) (online)Rs. 1400/- For Both B.E. / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning. (General / OBC) (offline)Rs. 700/- For Both B.E. / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning. (SC / ST ) (offline)Rs. 1100/- For Both B.E. / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning. (General / OBC) (online)Rs. 550/- For Both B.E. / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning. (SC / ST) (online)Rs. 2000/- For BE / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B. Planning (Foreign Country) (offline)Rs. 1000/- For BE / B.Tech only or B.Arch. / B. Planning (Foreign Country) (online)Rs. 3000/- For both BE / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning (Foreign Country) (offline)Rs. 1500/- For both BE / B.Tech and B.Arch. / B. Planning (Foreign Country) (online) Eligibility: For AIEEE a candidate needs to pass in Class 12th with Physics and Mathematics is compulsory subjects & at least one of the subjects among Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science or Biology. Brochure and Forms: AIEEE Application can either be done ‘Online’ or submitted on prescribed AIEEE Application form only. Candidates can also obtain AIEEE Information Bulletin containing AIEEE Application Form by post from the following address or personally from Regional Offices of CBSE and Designated Branches of Syndicate Bank / other Banks / Designated Institutions. The Assistant Secretary ( AIEEE ), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1 – 2, Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj, Delhi – 110 092. Starting date of registration: December Last date of registration: January Mode of application:
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 94 One can get a copy of the AIEEE 2012 application by post, from Assistant Secretary (AIEEE), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1-2, Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj,Delhi – 110092 or take it personally personally from Regional Offices of CBSE and Designated Branches of Syndicate Bank/other Banks/Designated Institutions. Please note that, the Regional Offices of CBSE and Designated Branches of Syndicate Bank/other Banks/Designated Institutions will not send the applications by post. Result: Syllabus The syllabus for the AIEEEentrance exam has been given in the tabulated format below: AIEEE Aptitude Test Syllabus 1. Part – I Awareness of Persons, Places, Buildings, Materials, Objects, Texture related to Architecture and Build – Environment. Visualising three dimensional objects from two dimensional drawings Visualising different sides of three dimensional objects. 2. Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability ( Visual, Numerical and Verbal ). 3. Part – II Three Dimensional – Perception – Understanding and appreciation of Scale and Proportion of Objects, Building Forms and Elements, Colour Texture, Harmony and Contrast. Design and Drawing of Geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in Pencil 4. Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D Union, Substraction, Rotation, Development of Surfaces and Volumes, Generation of Plan, Elevations and 3D views of objects. Creating two dimensional and three dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms. 5. Sketching of Scenes and activities from memory of Urbanscape ( Public Space, Market, Festivals, Street Scenes, Monuments, Recreational Spaces etc. ), Landscape ( River Fronts, Jungles, Gardens, Trees, Plants etc. ) and Rural Life. AIEEE Syllabus of Mathematics UNIT 1 : SETS, RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS UNIT 2 : COMPLEX NUMBERS AND QUADRATIC EQUATIONS UNIT 3 : MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS UNIT 4 : PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS UNIT 5 : MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION UNIT 6 : BINOMIAL THEOREM AND ITS SIMPLE APPLICATIONS UNIT 7 : SEQUENCES AND SERIES UNIT 8 : LIMIT, CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIABILITY UNIT 9 : INTEGRAL CALCULUS UNIT 10: Differential Equations UNIT 11 : CO – ORDINATE GEOMETRY UNIT 12 : THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY UNIT 13 : VECTOR ALGEBRA UNIT 14 : STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY UNIT 15 : TRIGONOMETRY UNIT 16 : MATHEMATICAL REASONING AIEEE Syllabus of Physics
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 95 SECTION A UNIT 1 : PHYSICS AND MEASUREMENT UNIT 2 : KINEMATICS UNIT 3 : LAWS OF MOTION UNIT 4 : WORK, ENERGY AND POWER UNIT 5 : ROTATIONAL MOTION UNIT 6 : GRAVITATION UNIT 7 : PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS UNIT 8 : THERMODYNAMICS UNIT 9 : KINETIC THEORY OF GASES UNIT 10 : OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES UNIT 11 : ELECTROSTATICS AIEEE Syllabus of Chemistry SECTION – A : PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY UNIT 1 : Some Basic concepts in Chemistry UNIT 2 : States of Matter UNIT 3 : Atomic Structure UNIT 4 : Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure UNIT 5 : CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS UNIT 6 : SOLUTIONS UNIT 7 : EQUILIBRIUM UNIT 8 : REDOX REACTIONS AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY UNIT 9 : CHEMICAL KINETICS UNIT 10 : SURFACE CHEMISTRY SECTION – B : INORGANIC CHEMISTRY UNIT 11 : CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS AND PERIODICITY IN PROPERTIES UNIT 12 : GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES OF ISOLATION OF METALS UNIT 13 : HYDROGEN UNIT 14 : S – BLOCK ELEMENTS ( ALKALI AND ALKALINE EARTH METALS ) List of institutes accepting AIEEE scoresHide Given below is a list of the institutes that accept AIEEE scores: National Institute of Technology Warangal National Institute of Technology Surathkal National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology And Management International Institute of Information Technology School of Planning and Architecture International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 96 National Institute of Technology, Rourkela National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra National Institute of Technology Durgapur National Institute of Technology Calicut Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology-Nagpur Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad Indian Institute of information Technology, Allahabad ABV Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior (M.P.) Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi Birla Institute of Technology, Patna (Bihar) School of Planning and Architecture (Delhi, Bhopal, Vijaywada), Chandigarh college of Architecture Shri mata vaishno devi, Jammu Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Distt. Kapurthala (Punjab) Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur (Rajasthan) Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Haridwar Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Katra IAMR College of Engineering, Meerut (Uttar Pradesh) Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur (Rajasthan) SKP Vidya Vihar, Mandroza, Bhagalpur - 812 002. Jodhpur National University, Jodhpur (Rajasthan) Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (U.P.) Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phule University, Jaipur (Rajasthan) Sharda University, Noida (U.P.) Jagannath University, Jaipur (Rajasthan) Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, Bhadohi (U.P.) Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, Bhadohi (U.P.) School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) National Insitute of Foundary & Forge Technology, Silchar (Assam) J.K. Institute of Applied Physics & Technology, Allahabad Tezpur University, NAPAAM, Tezpur (Assam) Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior (M.P.) Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Jabalpur (M.P.) Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing, Kanchipuram, Chennai (Tamil Nadu) * The above list of colleges is indicative not exhaustive.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 97 Brief information about CAT CAT (Common Admission Test) Common Admission Test (CAT) is a national level test conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), which are considered to be the best B-schools of India. Students who want to pursue Post Graduate level Important Information Date of Examination: October Time of Examination: 2 1/2 hours Examination Fees: Rs. 1400/- Eligibility: The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree, with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA *45% in case of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA) (It may also referred to as Persons with Disability (PWD) category)], awarded by any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. The percentage of marks obtained by the candidate in the bachelor’s degree would be calculated based on the practice followed by the university/institution from where the candidate has obtained the degree. In case the candidates are awarded grades/CGPA instead of marks, the conversion of grades/CGPA to percentage of marks would be based on the procedure certified by the university/ institution from where they have obtained the bachelor’s degree. In case the university/ institution does not have any scheme for converting CGPA into equivalent marks, the equivalence would be established by dividing the candidate’s CGPA by the maximum possible CGPA and multiplying the result with 100. Candidates appearing for the final year of bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply. If selected, such candidates will be allowed to join the programme provisionally, only if he/she submits a certificate latest by June 30, 2012 from the Principal/Registrar of his/her College/Institute (issued on or before June 30, 2012) stating that the candidate has completed all the requirements for obtaining the bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification on the date of the issue of the certificate. IIMs may verify eligibility at various stages of the selection process, the details of which are provided at the website www.catiim.in. Applicants should note that the mere fulfillment of minimum eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for shortlisting by IIMs. Brochure and Forms: Candidates can purchase CAT 2012 forms and brouchers from the selected Axis bank Starting date of registration: August Last date of registration: August Mode of application: 1. You must purchase a CAT voucher from selected list of Axis Bank branches prior to beginning
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 98 the online registration process. 2. To register to take the CAT go to www.catiim.in and click on the “Register for CAT ” link. You can register and schedule for the CAT. 3. During registration, you will: a. Create a profile. b. Fill out the CAT application. c. Schedule your test. Result: SyllabusHide The syllabus for the CATentrance exam has been given in the tabulated format below: Quantative Ability Arithmetic:- Following topics have greater importance: Ratios and Proportion, Ratios, Percentages, Profit and Loss, Averages, Percentages, Partnership, Time-Speed-Distance, Work and time, Number system, HCF, LCM, Geometric Progression, Arithmetic progression, Arithmetic mean, Geometric mean , Harmonic mean, Median, Mode, Number Base System, BODMAS,Alligation Mixtures, Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Simple Interest,Compound Interest, Installment Payments, Clocks, Calendar, Algebra:- Following topics have greater importance: In-equations , Quadratic and linear equations, functions, Logarithm Geometry, Mensuration and solid Geometry, Geometry (Lines, angles, Triangles, Spheres, Rectangles, Cube, Cone etc),Mensuration, Co-ordinate geometry. Other Mathematical Topics:- Set Theory, Venn Diagram, Probability, Permutations, Combinations,Binomial Expansion, Maxima- Minima Progression, Surds-Indices and Complex numbers, etc. Data Interpretation:- Data Interpretation based on text, Data Interpretation based on graphs and tables. Graphs can be Column,graphs, Bar Graphs, Line charts, Pie Chart, Graphs representing Area, Venn Diagram, Data Sufficiency etc. Logical Reasoning:- Questions from these topics are asked, Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, Assumption-Premise- Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, identifying valid inferences , identifying Strong arguments and Weak arguments, Statements and conclusions, Cause and Effect, Identifying Probably true, Probably false, definitely true, definitely false kind of statement, Linear arrangements, Matrix arrangements, Puzzles, Family tree problem , Symbol Based problems, Coding and decoding , Sequencing , identifying next number in series etc. ENGLISH:- Candidates should have sound knowledge of the following topics: Comprehension of passage, Verbal Reasoning, Syllogisms , Contextual usage, Analogies, Antonyms, Fill In the Blanks, Jumbled paragraphs with 4 or 5 sentences, Foreign language words used in English, Sentence completion, Sentence correction, odd man out, idioms, one word substitution, Different usage of same word, Errors in word choice, mania & phobia, Incorrect words, Mood, Conditionals & Multiple Usage , Punctuation, Proverb, Phrasal verb etc.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 99 List of institutes accepting CAT scoresHide Given below is a list of the institutes that accept CAT scores: Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Indian Institute Of Management Calcutta Indian Institute of Management Indore Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Rajiv Gandhi Indian Institute of Management Shillong Indian Institutes of Management Raipur Indian Institutes of Management Ranchi Indian Institutes of Management Rohtak * The above list of colleges is indicative not exhaustive. Brief about engineering entrance examination CET in Maharashtra Exam Name: Maharashtra Common Entrance Test - MT CET Commonly called as: MT CET 2013 Exam type: State Level Exam category: UG Exam Conducting Institute: Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra Government About MT CET 2013: MT CET is an annual entrance exam conducted by the Maharashtra Government. The entrance exam is to provide admissions to the eligible candidates to various engineering courses offered by the colleges in Maharashtra. Till date the MH-CET (Maharashtra Health Common Entrance Test) was the entrance exam for admissions to the engineering, pharmacy, medical and dental degree programmes. From the year 2013, students of the state are required to attempt the Medical Council of India's National Eligibility-Cum- Entrance Test (NEET) scheme for admissions to medical and dental degree courses and the DTE will be conducting the exam for admissions to engineering and pharmacy programmes. MT CET 2013 Eligibility Criteria: The candidate who wishes to appear for MT CET must have pass 10+2 from any recognized Board in India. The candidate must possess a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The minimum marks requirement for the SC/ST/OBC candidates is 45%. All the candidates applying for the exam must have a positive AIEEE score. MHT CET 2013 Selection Procedure: The selection procedure for the admission is based on the score obtained by the candidate in MT CET 2013. MT CET 2013 Paper Pattern: The entrance exam will have three papers. The candidate must appear for all the three papers. First paper: Physics and Chemistry (100 marks each) Second paper: Botany and Zoology (100 marks each)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 100 Third paper: Maths (100 marks) All the questions will be objective and there will be no negative marking. MHT CET 2013 Application process: The candidate has to purchase the application form along with the brochure by paying the fee in cash to the college/school where he/she is studying. The school/college submits the collected application fees in a single DD and pays it at the notified centre. After the payment is made, the school is given the application forms and brochures to be given to the students. The students have to use the application no from the application kit to log in and apply. The students have to print two copies of the submitted online application form, sign it along with their parent and submit it to the school/college. A copy signed by the Principal of the school/college alongwith the seal of the institution will be returend to the student as the proof of receipt. For students from outside Maharashtra who wish to attempt the MT-CET 2013: Applications can be purchased from any of the notified centres by submitting a Demand Draft for Rs. 700 (Rs. 500 for Maharashtra Backward Class Category candidates) in the name of "Director, Technical Education, Mumbai" payable at "Mumbai". The application process is the same as for students studying in Maharashtra. The candidates have to take two copies of the online application form duly filled in and submitted online. They are required to sign the printouts along with their parent and submit it to the nearest notified college. MT CET 2013 Application Fees: Rs.700 (General Category) and Rs.500 (SC/ST/OBC) Application fee can be paid via: Cash in case of students studying in Maharashtra and DD in case of students from outside Maharashtra. Website: www.dte.org.in, www.dmer.org MT CET 2013 Counselling Process: Will be updated soon. MT CET 2013 Participating Institutes: Will be updated soon. Contact Info: Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, 3, Mahapalika Marg, Dhobi Talao, Mumbai - 400 001 EPABX Numbers: 91-022-22641150/51, 22620601, 2269 0602; Fax: 91-022-2269 2012, 2269 0007 Email: system@dte.org.in Careers in Art  Actuary  Advertising  Anthropologist  Archaeologist
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 101  Curator  Designers  Economist  Educationist  Electronic journalism  Fashion technology  Film making  Fine arts; cartoonist  Geographer  Historian  Interior & exterior design  Jewellery designers  Librarian  Linguistic  Literature, etc  Mass communication  Philosopher  Photography  Political Scientist  Population Scientist  Print journalism  Psychologist  Public relations  Rural Development professional  Social Worker  Sociologist  Teacher  Textile designers Vocational subjects - Arts  Social Work  Mass Communication  Journalism  Investment Analysis  Population Studies  Travel & Tourism  Food  Nutrition & Dietitian  Health Psychology  Planning & Developmental Studies
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 102  Secretarial Practice etc. Career after BA  Based on main subjects opted, you can pursue a career in  Offer good career in Public Administration  Good scope after higher study in the respective fields Commerce With wide scope after higher study like M.Com, MBA (which offers micro level specialisation)  Accountant  Banker  Insurance  Business Manager  Export professional etc  CA/ICWA/CS is most in demand considering integrated service needs Commerce & management  Chartered accountants  Company Secretary  Banking  Cost & management accountants  Finance management & analysts  Stock brokers & investment analysts  Insurance acturials / financial planners  Law and related options Vocational subjects - Commerce  Advertising  Computer Programming  Economic Systems  Export Marketing  Market Research  Computer Systems & Applications  Direct and Indirect Taxation  Entrepreneurship  Foreign Trade  Financing & Procedures  Investment Analysis & Organization  Portfolio Management  Investment Banker  Mutual Funds, etc Career in Science  General B. Sc. Course- (with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) :
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 103  Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Statistics, Biochemistry, Computer Science Vocational subjects:  Biotechnology  Computer Science  Information Technology  Electronic  Instrumentation  Industrial/Polymer Chemistry  Instrumentation  Drugs & Dyes  Testing  Operations Research  Env. Science  Heavy & Fine Chemicals Physical science  Chemist  Mathematician  Astronomy  Forensic Scientist  Geographer  Geologist  Nuclear Physicist  Oceanography  Operations Researcher  Physicist  Statistician General Science Courses:  Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biochemistry, etc. One can take applied component subjects like  Biotechnology  Horticulture  Marine Science  Environmental Science  Food Production  Preservation, & Post Harvest Tech,  Biology. Other courses like  Industrial Biochemistry  Applied Nutrition
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 104  Health Information Administration,  Genetics, etc. Careers in Sciences - 1  Chemistry  Physics  Geology  Geography & GIS  Mathematics & statistics  Meteorology  Oceanography  Biological scientists & biotechnology  Genetic scientists  Biochemistry  Microbiology & bioinformatics  Anthropology Careers in Sciences - 2  Home science & home economics  Nutritionists & dieticians  Food technology  Forensic science  Horticulture  Environment science  Dairy & farming  Forestry & wild life  Food processing  Food technology  Forestry Career post BBA/BCS/ MCA/MCS List of Course after BBA :  M.A.  MBA  PGDM  B.Ed  CCAP  Exective program in Applied Finance  International Post Graduate Diploma in Risk Management  MFB  MMS  Chartered Accountancy (CA)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 105  Company Secretory (CS) or  Cost Accountancy (ICWA)  PGDM  MCA/ MCS  M.COM  M.SC  M.ED  M.TECH  M.PHARMACY  M.ARCH Entrance to MBA is based on certain exams CAT,MAT... List of colleges of MBA are as follows:-  IIM - AHMEDABAD  IIM - BANGALORE  FMS- DELHI  IIM - INDORE  IIM - LUCKNOW  IIM - HYDERABAD  IIM – KOLKATTA Student can give form for job.......  POLICE  RAILWAY POLICE  INDIAN ARMY  INDIAN NAVY  INDIAN AIR FORCE  BSF  IAS  PCS  IES  SSC Jobs Career:  Advertising Units  Banking Sector  Finance Sector  Consultancy Firms  Consumer Durable Companis  IT Firms  Departmental stores  Retail Information Systems
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 106  Visual Merchandising  Store Functions  Retail Operations  Sales and Marketing  FMCG sector - Marketing Job.  Stock Market - Marketing as well as Finance job.  Banking Sector - Marketing, HR, IT and Finance Job.  BPO sector - Finance and HR and IT.  Insurance - Marketing  Hospitality - HR  Print & Media - HR and Marketing  Paint and Cement Industry - Finance and Marketing.  Shopping Malls - Marketing as store manager..  Mc D and Pizza Hut type franchisee. Job Types Offered After BBA in Retail Management UG courses make you eligible for the following jobs:  Advertising Manager  Brand Manager  Communications Manager  Department Manager  Logistics and Warehouse Manager  Merchandise Officer  Product Manager  Public Relations Executive  Retail Buyer and Merchandiser  Sales Manager  Store Manager  Supply Chain Distributor  Finance  Marketing  Materials management  Reatail management  Human resource Other than these seekers, Some Students want to join those courses after BBA except MBA such as Computer Courses, Technical Courses, 1 year Diploma Courses etc. Top courses after BBA degree is Master degree in Finance, HR etc. S P Jain's BBA Program is designed with this context in mind. It is a four-year fulltime residential program, uniquely crafted as a 2 + 2 model. The first two years are conducted in the Singapore - the gateway to Asia; and Sydney - the educational & financial hub of Australia. Singapore and Sydney are
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 107 two important geographies for understanding business and culture, and by living, studying and working in these two cities, students will emerge with a global mindset and global perspective. Post BBA, Graduates have opportunities in commerce, consulting, energy, manufacturing, entrepreneurship, venture capital, sustainable development, human resource management, marketing, logistics and supply management, traditional finance, micro finance, internet technology, health care, media and entertainment, telecommunications, transportation, NGOs, government, and more. Most Post Graduation Courses after BBA degree with its detail & structure is given below, # Course Name Details/ Eligibility Structure Time Period 1 Corporate MBA Graduates+12th with Mathematics Mater in Business Administration 2 Years, Full Time 2 CRISIL Certified Analyst Programme(CCAP) Graduation with at least 50 % Except MBA, Intensive entry level program 2 Years, Full Time 3 Executive Program in Applied Finance Graduates/Post Graduates with at least 2 year work experience Except MBA 1 Year 4 Post Graduation Diploma in Risk Management Graducation+50 % Except MBA 1 Year, Part Time 5 Master in Financial Management(MFM) Graduation+2 year Experience Except MBA 3 years, Part Time 6 Masters in Management Studies(MMS) Graduates Related to Management Studies 2 Years, Full Time 7 Masters in Retail Management Graduate in any stream Except MBA 2 Years 8 Master Of Business Administration(MBA) Graduate Masters in Business Administration 2 Year, Full Time 9 Master Of Marketing Management(MMM) Graduation Public Sector Marketing 3 Years, Part Time 10 Masters in Human Resource Development Management Graduate + min 2 year Experience HR 3 Years, Part time 11 Master in Computer Application(MCA) Graduate Computer Course 3 Year 12 PGDCA Graduate Diploma in Computers 1 year 13 Animation Graduate Computer course 2 year or 3 year 14 Film & Television Production Graduates with 55 % Entertainment except MBA 1 Year 15 Agriculture & food Business Courses Graduates Except MBA 2 year
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 108 Life after BCS Post-graduate Career Paths What can I do with a degree in BCS? BCS majors have an extensive range of career paths that can be pursued. The following lists some of the fields and programs for which the BCS major can provide a strong foundation. Academic Research and Teaching  university teaching (graduate and undergraduate)  college teaching (undergraduate only)  basic research in universities or research labs (see also Postgraduate degree programs) Education  primary and secondary education  special education  counseling  children's television network (Sesame Street, etc.)  deaf education Administration  hospital administration  day care work, day care administration  Social security administration counseling Hi-Tech  cognitive engineering (human factors)  computer programming  computer games research and development  software research and development computer graphics and image processing (scientific and entertainment)  information technology  computer interface technology development  robotics  speech recognition software  research/development  information analyst  institutional funding raising, science and technology  scientific journalism, science editor, scientific publishing, media consultant  scientific instrumentation, sales Engineering  human factors and ergonomics  toy companies - research Language  speech therapy  communication/language processing disorders (school or clinic setting)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 109  language specialist (schools)  sign language interpreting  audiology Biotech  pharmaceutical research, sales biotechnology  clinical drug testing  clinical trials coordination  clinical lab technician Medical/Healthcare  behavioral medicine  research lab technician - wide range of fields  physical therapy  nursing  physician's assistant  neuropsychological evaluation and rehabilitation  vocational rehabilitation  disability prosthetic devices: visual processing for the blind, speech recognition and speech production for the deaf or people with speech disorders Government  Congressional assistant, research on topics related to health, child welfare, and education  Public policy analysis, lobbyist, organizational, etc. on topics related to cognition, education, health child welfare  science/technology policy Others  advertising  forensic science Post-graduate Degree Programs (Masters and PhD) These are a compilation of fields and programs our graduates can enter. This is not exhaustive nor are you restricted to just these.  Audiology  Brain & Cognitive Sciences  Clinical Psychology  Cognitive Science  Dentistry  Education  Forensic Sciences  Human Factors and Ergonomics  Information Technology  Interpreting  Law
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 110  Linguistics  Medicine (M.D., Nursing, Physician's Assistant, Therapy)  Neuropsychology  Neuroscience  Optometry  Patent Law (new biotechnologies)  Pharmacy  Philosophy  Psychology  School/Educational Psychology  Sign Language  Speech/Language (Pathology/Communication Disorders)  Veterinary Medicine Pre/ Post MCA/MCS For MCA & MCS – Read http://sunildhadwe.wordpress.com/2012/06/10/mca-or-mcs/ Post MCA / MCS - It is considered equaivalent of engineering graduate thus student is eligible for post graduation like M.E., M.Tech or MBA. It is also possible to do M.S./ MBA from oversea university. Courses in various disciplines Medical Admission for medical college  The admission to various medical colleges is through entrance examinations  CBSE, New Delhi also conducts an all-India entrance examination every year  Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune also offers degree courses in medical science and the selected candidates are awarded the bachelors degree, but with a condition to serve in the Army Medical Corps as doctor for a minimum contractual period. Career in Medical  Dentist  Doctor  Endocrinologist  Homeopathy Doctor  Orthodontist  Plastic Surgeon  Veterinary Doctor  Ayurvedic Doctor  Cardiologist Paramedical  Nutritionists and dietetics  Pharmacist  Physiotherapist  Speech Therapist
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 111  Nurse  Occupational Therapist  Medical Laboratory Technologist Various professions  Dentist  Doctor  Endocrinologist  Homeopathy Doctor  Orthodontist  Plastic Surgeon  Veterinary Doctor  Ayurvedic Doctor  Cardiologist Various courses in medicine  MBBS / BUMS/ BHMS/ BNYS/ BAMS  Paramedical sciences  Physical occupational, orthotic & prosthetic  Speech therapists and audiologists  Medical transcription  Healthcare and hospital management  Medical tech - radiographers & optometrists  Dark room assistant  Veterinary science  Pharmacy  Dental sciences  Nursing Medical and Paramedical Science  Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry  Physiotherapy  Occupational Therapy  Optometry  Nuclear Medicine Technology  Respiratory Therapy Tech  Prosthesis & Orthosis  Audiology & Speech Therapy, etc  Nutritionists and dietetics  Pharmacist  Physiotherapist  Speech Therapist
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 112  Nurse  Occupational Therapist  Medical Laboratory Technologist Other courses in medical line  General Nursing and Midwifery  Pharmacy  Physiotherapy  Refractionist and Optician  Vaccinator  Dark Room Assistant  Radiographers  Laboratory Technicians  Sanitary Inspectors etc Home Science & related courses  Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics  Home Science  Food Science & Nutrition  Family Resource Management  Clothing & Textile  Extension & Education  Human Development, etc Careers in medicine  Allied health professions  Ambulance service team  Dental team  Doctors  Health care science  Healthinformatics  Management  Midwifery  Nursing  Wider health care team This data in following slides taken from website of The National Health Service of U.K. http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/index.shtml Allied Health Professions  Adult psycho therapist  Arttherapist  Child psycho therapist  Chiropodist (podiatrist)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 113  Clinical psychologist  Counselling psychologist  Diagnostic radiographer  Dietitian  Dramatherapist  Forensic psychologist  Health psychologist  Musictherapist  Occupational therapist  Orthoptist  Orthotist  Physiotherapist  Prosthetist  Psychotherapist  Therapeutic radiographer  Speech & language therapist  Technical instructor Ambulance Service team  Ambulance care assistant  Callhandler  Control room manager  Control room supervisor  Emergency care practitioner  Emergency medical dispatcher  Paramedic  Patient transport services controller  Patient transport services driver  Student paramedic Careers in the Dental Team  Associate dentist  Dental nurse  Dental hygienist  Dental therapist  Dental technologist  Dental surgeon  Dentist–community  Dentist–hospital  Dentist–public health  Oral & maxillo-facial
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 114  surgeon  Maxillo facial prosthetist  Orthodontist  Paediatric dentist  Restorative dentist  Vocational trainee Career are as for Doctors  Acute care common stem(ACCS)  Acute Internal Medicine  Anaesthesia  Chemical pathology  Community Sexual & Reproductive Health  General practice  Histopathology  Medical microbiology  Medical virology  Medicine in general  Emergency medicine  Neuro surgery (core neuro science training)  Obstetrics & gynaecology  Ophthalmology  Oraland maxilla facial surgery  Paediatrics  Psychiatryin general  Public health  Surgery in general Careers in Health Informatics  Administrative assistant  Assistant IT support officer  Assistant manager ,medical records  Clinic clerk  Clinical audit manager  Clinical coder  Clinical records officer  Computer manager and information co-ordinator  Information analyst  Information services manager  Information specialist  Information/library officer
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 115  IT trainer  Knowledge & information manager  Librarian  Medical records clerk  Network manager  Patient liaison manager  Project manager  Public health intelligence  Telecommunications  Ward clerk Careers in Midwifery  Community midwife  Consultant midwife  Delivery suite manager  Health visitor  Labour ward manager  Midwife  Neonatal nurse Careers in Nursing  Community nurse  District nurse  General/adult nurse  Health visitor  Learning disability nurse  Mental health nurse  Neonatal nurse  Nurse consultant  Occupational health nurse  Paediatric (children’s) nurse  Practice nurse  Prison nurse  School nurse Managers of…  Administration & General  The Board  Clinical audit  Clinical governance  Clinical risk  Clinical site
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 116  Commissioning  Communications/PR  Contracts  Estates & facilities  Finance  Hotel services  Human resources  Information management  Linen/laundry services  Medical records  Patient services/patient liaison  Training  Projects  Practice (e.g. a GP surgery)  Primary care development  Procurement and supplies  Sterile services  Strategic development Careers in the Wider Healthcare Healthcare  Doctor  Endocrinologist  Homeopathy Doctor  Orthodontist  Plastic Surgeon  Veterinary Doctor  Ayurvedic Doctor  Cardiologist  Dentist  Nurse  Nutritionist & Dietician  Occupational Therapist  Physiotherapist  Plastic Surgeon  Speech Therapist Administration  Clerk  Medical record keeper  Medical secretary/personal assistant
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 117  Receptionist  Secretary/typist  Switchboard operator/telephonist Clinical support services  Arts therapy assistant  Assistant dietician  Assistant technical officer  Cardiographer  Clinical support worker in dentistry  Maternity support worker  Medical laboratory assistant  Newborn hearing screener  Nursing healthcare assistant  Occupational therapy assistant  Physiotherapy assistant  Phlebotomist  Podiatry assistant  Radiography assistant  Speech and language therapy Corporate services  Architect  Chaplain  Engineer  Finance staff  Health education/promotion officer  Hospital play staff  Human resources staff  Librarians  Surveyors Domestic services  Catering manager  Catering assistant  Assistant catering manager  Chef/head chef/assistant chef  Domestic services manager/ supervisor  Domestic services assistant  Housekeeper  Laundry manager/assistant
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 118 Estates services  Building worker – bricklayer/ carpenter/painter/plumber/tiler  Caretaker  Electrician  Estates manager  Estate technician  Gardener/grounds staff  Window cleaner Support services  Audiovisual technician  Driver  Fire safety officer  Messenger  Porter  Security  Sterile services manager/assistant  Storekeeper Opportunities at Medical University  Audiology  Biomedical science  Clinical perfusion  Dental hygiene  Dental technology  Dental therapy  Dentistry  Dietetics  Healthcare science  Medicine  Midwifery  Nursing  Occupational therapy  Orthoptics  Operating department practice  Paramedic science  Physiotherapy  Physiological science (incl GI, cardiac, neuro, respiratory) (where still exist)  Podiatry/chiropody  Prosthetics and orthotics  Radiography – therapeutic & diagnostic
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 119  Speech & language therapy Graduates - Non-clinical  Graduate Management Training Scheme (any degree discipline) :  Financial management stream  General management stream  Human resource management stream  Informatics management Other “non-scheme” opportunities:  Health informatics (e.g. librarians, statisticians)  Operational management  Engineering etc. Career framework in Medicine Pharmaceuticals A fast growing sector, pharma is second only to IT, with a 15% annual growth rate and exports crossing Rs 12,000 crore. Jobs in the pharmaceutical industry range from those in sales and marketing to high- end specialist R&D jobs. Depending on the extent of study and the area you specialise in (pharmacology, pharmaceutics, hospital pharmacy or quality assurance) study, you can opt for research. Research openings are growing in India. But those with doctoral and post-doctoral qualifications find challenging avenues in R & D labs abroad. Apart from the drug manufacturing industry, pharmacists are also
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 120 employed in the chemical industry and food and drug control organisations. A large number of those who do pharmacy go on to become medical sales representatives. Of course if you are enterprising, you can open your own chemist shop or even go into manufacture of drugs or cosmetics. The cosmetic industry is growing at a much faster rate as compared to the pharma sector. A diploma-holder is qualified to obtain a licence for manufacturing cosmetics and for repackaging of drugs (other than those specified in schedules C & C1). Openings are in drug manufacturing industries, food and drug control organisations, among others. Pharmacy or Pharmacology is one of the main disciplines under Biomedical Science and the pharmaceutical industry. There are many disciplines within the Biomedical sciences.Pharmacy is related to health sciences. It is the profession responsible for the preparation, dispensing and appropriate use of medication and which provides services to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes. A Pharmacists job is to prepare, mix, compound or dispense drugs and medicines, ointments, powder, pills, tablets and injections on the prescription of a medical practitioner, dentist or veterinarian. In detail, they are concerned with production of pharmaceutical products, development of the methods or processes of production and quality control. Those in research concern themselves with synthesis of new drugs (what is commonly referred to as molecules), new processes, clinical testing of the effects of such drugs on animals and humans, and obtaining the required License from the drug control authorities. A pharmacist is required to explain the mode and precautions regarding the use of medicines dispensed in a hospital pharmacy, prepare special formulations normally not available in the market, assist the physician in rendering necessary information about various drugs, their contra-indications, incompatibility etc.There are over 225 programs in Pharmacy conducted by different universities in India. The main courses in Pharmacy are the 2 years Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm), 4 years Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm), 2 years Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) and Ph.d programmes. The admission announcement usually comes out in May- July. Eligibility The main courses in Pharmacy are the 2 years Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm), 4 years Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm), 2 years Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) and Ph.d programmes. Admission to the Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm), requires a pass in10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Maths or Biology. Candidates who posses 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB) or Physics, Chemistry, Maths & Biology are admitted to the 4-year bachelors program level (Bachelor of Pharmacy or B.Pharm). At Bachelor level there is no specialization. At the masters level (M Pharm) specialization is available in Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Engineering etc. And after M.Pharm candidates can go for Ph.d programme in Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management.Some institutions conducts their own entrance test for the admission to B.pharm courses. Main entrance exams for the admissions to pharmacy courses are State wise entrance exams, AIEEE (for degree courses) GATE (post graduation) etc. Institutions like IITs and some other institutions also accept the score of these entrance exams.After obtaining a diploma or degree in pharmacy, and registering with the state Pharmacy Council, it is possible set up your own pharmacy or chemists and druggists shop to stock and sell medicines and dispense them according to doctors prescription.Personal Qualities : In order to be a successful pharmacist, one must have a liking for science particularly life sciences and medicine. An ability to put hard work, strong logical thinking, patience, a sense of responsibility, patient counseling skills are some of the qualities needed for pharmacist. Strong analytical abilities and strong academic foundations are needed in the field of research. To be a successful medical representative, one needs to have good communication skills and a
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 121 flair for convincing people, Retail pharmacists need to have business skills together with good product knowledge. Job Prospects and Career Options India has a vast and growing pharmaceutical industry. Increasing number of hospitals, nursing homes and pharmaceuticals companies all over the country is a clear indication of the growing scope in this area. Pharmacy offers reasonably good career opportunities both by way of jobs as well as in terms of starting your own business.The job avenues for a pharmacist are with pharmaceutical industry, government departments, universities, teaching hospitals, investigation and research institute etc. Within the pharmaceutical industry you might be involved in activities relating to the development, formulation, production or marketing of new drugs for clinical use. Drug control administration and armed forces also offer a wide range of opportunities to pharmacists. Appointments are also available in sale promotion work as medical representatives. As a Medical Representative he keeps the medical practitioner informed about the new drugs and treatments developed by various pharmaceutical companies and thus indirectly promote their sales.M.pharm or Ph.D holders are normally absorbed in research work, to develop new useful drugs, in laboratories and in production work in pharmaceutical industry and analyzing them for purity and strength. Pharmacist may also take up teaching as a profession as lectures in pharmacy colleges and universities.Pharmacists are hired within the central and state government departments- the Health Protection Branch of the Department of Health and Welfare, the Pest Control Division of Agriculture, the Department of National Defense, Provincial Research Councils, and the Provincial Departments of Agriculture or the Environment. There is also employment opportunities within the food and cosmetic industries or within any other industry that requires the assurance that new products are as safe and effective as possible. In government departments, a pharmacist maintains proper records according to various Government acts governing the profession of pharmacy. As a drug inspector or government analyst he is to make sure that the drugs manufactured and sold, are of standard quality.A diploma or degree holder in Pharmacy, after registering with the State Pharmacy Council, can set up and run their own pharmacy or chemists and druggists shop to stock and sell medicines and dispense them according to doctors prescriptions. In a retail Pharmacy he has varied duties, including buying and selling of related items demanded by the public. Remuneration Pharmacy is a highly reputed job. In this field, monthly salary is according to the jobs, the pharmacist have taken up. The average starting salary for a pharmacist is around Rs 4,000. Research Scientists Rs.10,000 – 40,000 per month, Medical Representative Rs. 5,000 – 10,000 per month + incentives, Manufacturing Pharmacists Rs. 5,000 upwards, Hospital Pharmacists Rs.3,000 – 5,000 per month, Government Jobs Rs. 1,500 – 2,500 per month (basic) along with Contributory Provident Fund, D.A., Insurance, Medical reimbursement, and other allowances and benefits as per government rules. Contrary to popular perception, a career in pharmacy is not only challenging but lucrative as well says Dr. U.B. Hadkar Traditionally a qualification in Pharmacy was associated with a lifetime career as a chemist. Knowledge and training in Pharmaceutics offers a wide array of career options to the students. The programme is no longer confined to the laboratories or classrooms and goes beyond the curriculum. The career options after the programme are also immense. Says Mehul Oka, B Pharm student at MET Institute of Pharmacy, “The B Pharm programme gave me an in-depth insight into the subject matter related to pharmaceutical industry. I had an opportunity to interact with the people in industry while undergoing the in-plant training that is a part of the curriculum. Today, at the end of four-years, I have a sound knowledge of drug therapy that would be beneficial to his family and the society.” Mehul is thus excited to join the world of Pharmaceutics.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 122 Career options after completing B Pharm or M Pharm 1. Teaching - B Pharm - First Class students are eligible to teach as lecturers in the D Pharm programme, where as M Pharm, First Class students can get a lecturer’s job in pharmacy degree colleges. It takes about 5 years to reach the grade of Sr. lecturer and about 10 years to become Assistant Professor and about 12 years to become Professor or a Principal of a college. While in teaching profession they can do research in pharmaceutical field and strive to become a well-known Research Scientist. 2. Pharmacist – Being in the health-related field, the B Pharm graduate can be Health-system Pharmacist or Hospital Pharmacist or Community Pharmacist. 3. Quality Assurance Health Manager – The Pharmacy graduate can play an important role in the development of clinical care plans, can investigate adverse medication events and in some cases can suggest preventive measures. He can play a key role in spreading awareness amongst the people about AIDS and the preventive measures to be taken. 4. Medical Transcription - The B Pharm graduate can work with medical practitioners to maintain the patient treatment history, the drug to which he/she is allergic etc. 5. Analytical Chemist of Quality Control Manager – The pharmacy graduate can play a crucial role in controlling product quality. The drug and the Cosmetics Act (1945), Rules 71(1) and 76(1) says that the manufacturing activity should be taken up under the supervision of a technical man whose qualification should be B Pharm, B Sc, B Tech or medicine with Bio-Chemistry. 6. Sales and Marketing – Ambitious achievers with pleasant personality and good communication skills can opt for the job of Medical Sales Representative. The companies prefer pharmacy graduates for this job, as they have a good knowledge about the drug molecules, their therapeutic effects and the drug – drug interactions. 7. Clinical Research - B Pharm/ M Pharm degree holders can take up career in clinical research. The human testing phase is called the clinical trial. A pharmacist can work as clinical research associate or clinical pharmacist and can rise to the position of project manager. The clinical research associate plays an important role of monitoring and overseeing the conducts of clinical trials, which are conducted on healthy human volunteers. They have to see that the trials meet the international guidelines and the national regulatory requirements. 8. Data Manager - A pharmacist can seek employment as “Data Manager” to store the data in the computer and process it using software developed for the purpose. 9. Regulatory Manager - A pharmacy graduate can work as “Regulatory Manager”(RM) in companies and contract research organisation. As an RM he has to oversee regulatory documentation such as Clinical trial approval permission, marketing approval permission etc. 10. Career in Regulatory bodies - A Pharmacist can be absorbed in the Regulatory bodies like Food and Drug Administration. Pharmacist having experience in clinical trial centres can also work as an inspector to inspect the clinical trial process. For these government jobs the student needs to appear and pass the MPSC examination. 11. Biotechnology is a fast growing branch and the B Pharm graduates can opt for post graduate diploma programme in Bioinformatics. 12. They can handle the job of monitoring the conduct of clinical trials that are conducted on human volunteers. It is their responsibility to see that the clinical trials are carried out as per the international guidelines. 13. The B Pharm Science programme is considered as a paramedical programme. The B Pharm Science graduates can therefore work in hospitals as hospital pharmacist or community pharmacist.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 123 14. Since they have a good knowledge of therapeutic effects of drugs and that of drug-drug interaction, they are more suitable for a job in clinical research. They can opt for the post of clinical pharmacist or clinical research associate in a clinical research laboratory. Further studies in India: A typical course list could include:  Pharmaceutical chemistry  Pharmacognosy (deals with natural drugs)  Pharmacology  Pharmacy practices  Pathology  Nutrition  Drug safety  Business management To improve the job opportunity and for better placement, the value-added and career-focused programmes offered by the different institutes are as under: - 1. MET Institute of Medical Sciences Programmes: Post Graduate Diploma in Technical and Analytical Chemistry and Post Graduate Diploma Pharmaceutical Business Management Tel: +91 22 26440096 /57 ; Toll free: 1800-22-0234 email: communications@met.edu This is the only government-recognised programme in Mumbai and till date it has recorded 100% success in placements at prominent corporates. 2. Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Pune Website: http://www.pharmadiplomas.com 3. Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (Deemed University) Website: www.nmims.edu Further studies abroad: One may even consider venturing into pursuing higher studies abroad in order to make their careers even more lucrative and challenging. 1. USA - One may consider opting for pursuing higher studies abroad. After graduation from a recognised university, the students can appear for their GRE (Graduate Record Examination) and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) for entry into foreign universities. US universities offer assistanceship for undergraduate programmes. Students have to apply well in advance since visa procedure also takes time; The US visa takes around four weeks and a visa to Australia takes around six weeks. In USA they can give “Pharmacy Equivalent Examinations.” For example FPGEE (Foreign Pharmacist Licensure Examination) followed by internship and then finally NAPLEX (North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination) both these examination can be cleared in about one year and there one can practice retail pharmacies, which are expanding very fast in USA. In USA M Pharm plus Ph.D. is essential to enter industry or academic institution 2. Australia - Indian students know most of the universities in USA. Very few know and try for the postgraduate studies in Australia. University of the South Australia is the largest university in the South Australia. There are about 300 programmes and about 10,000 International students are studying in Univ. SA. It offers Degree in medical radiation, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, environmental toxicology, etc. It is top ranking university for innovative research linked to industry.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 124 3. Ireland - Ireland is another ideal destination for students. There are about 400 students for postgraduate studies. The standard of universities in Ireland is similar to UK universities Ireland is a gateway to Europe with no racism problems. Cost of the education is much less than in UK & US. Ireland is amongst the top five producers of pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals. Contrary to popular perception, a career in pharmacy is not only challenging but lucrative as well. No longer in a D Pharm/ B Pharm qualification looked at as a “fallback” option for MBBS rejects, instead, one can witness a breed of young, ambitious minds that wishes to reach newer heights in the field of Pharmaceuticals. Where to look for more information? One can download a handbook on Careers in Pharmacy created by Pfizer. The URL is http://www.pfizercareerguides.com/pdfs/pharmacy.pdf. The handbook provides complete information on international careers in pharmacy right from resume building to career profiles. Dr. U.B. Hadkar, Director – MET Institute of Pharmacy has authored this section Finance & Accounts  Actuary  Insurance Agent  Investment Banker  Stock Broker  Venture Capitalist  Banker  Chartered Accountant  Economist  Equity Research Analyst  Forex Dealer  Cost and Works Accountants (CWA)  Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) Government Service  Border Security Force  Central Reserve Police Force  Coast Guard  Customs Officer  Income Tax Officer  Indian Airforce Officer  Indian Navy Officer  Police Officer  Railway Officer  Civil Services Officer  Indian Army Officer Humanities and Liberal Arts  Anthropologist  Curator  Historian
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 125  Librarian  Psychologist  Sociologist  Teacher  Archaeologist  Linguist  Social Worker  Geographer Information Tech & Related  Application Programmers  Information Technologist  Medical Transcriptionist  Network Administrator  Software Engineer  System Architect  Technology Manager  Application Tester  Project Manager Legal & Secretrial  Lawyer  Company Secretary  Personal Secretary Managers  Brand Manager  Business Development Manager  Business Manager  Event Manager  Export Manager  Human Resources Development  Management Consultant  Market Research Executive  Operations & Logistics Manager  Retail Manager  Rural Manager  Sales & Marketing Manager  Technical Manager  Financial Manager Management  Event management
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 126  Human resource / personnel management  Production & material management  Export management  Health & hospital management Physical Sciences  Chemist  Mathematician  Astronomy  Forensic Scientist  Geographer  Geologist  Nuclear Physicist  Oceanography  Operations Researcher  Physicist  Statistician  Astrophysics Environmental & Biological Sciences  Agriculturist  Biochemist  Biotechnologist  Dairy Technologist  Environmentalist  Food Technologist  Forestry & Wildlife  Bio-informatics  Horticulturist  Marine Biologist  Microbiologist  Home Science  Biologist  Zoologist Transport  Commercial Pilot  Merchant  Navy Education  Diploma course for Nursery and Primary Teachers of 2 years duration  Certificate or diploma course in Library Science also offers good opportunities
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 127  These courses are conducted by the Departments of Primary Education in various States & various universities Telecommunications  Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering offered by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and other engineering colleges Architecture, Art and Painting  School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi offers degree courses in Architecture and Physical Planning  Selection by an entrance examination  Candidates who qualify the degree course may pursue careers in architecture and planning both as paid employees or as self-employed professionals. Hotel Industry  Hotel Management Catering & Nutrition Institutes at mostly all major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Madras, Calcutta, Pune, Bhubaneshwar, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jaipur, Srinagar, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Bhopal and Goa.  Hotel Management offering Diploma in Hotel Management, with specialisation in Front Office, Food & Beverages, House Keeping, Catering, etc  Diploma course is generally of 3-year duration.  Qualification required is 10 +2 with at least 50 per cent marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. TALENT BASED- offbeat careers  Animal Trainer  Detective  Reiki Practitioner  Sports Coach  Aromatherapist  Chef  Cosmetologist  Dubbing Artist  Makeup Artist  Paragliding Instructor  Radio Jockey  Singer  Video Jockey Work From Home  Hairstyling  Mehendi Artist  Tarot Reader  Flower Making  Work From Home
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 128 Performing act  Choreographer  Actor  Model  Musician Modeling  Fashion modelling: includes fashion shoots for magazines; mail order catalogues and live shows for reputed fashion houses.  Editorial/Print Modelling: This refers to photography for magazines, including covers.  Catalogue Modelling: Models are hired to appear in catalogues to sell clothes/everyday products.  Commercial Print Modeling: Models are photographed to promote a product on billboards, buses, magazines and newspapers.  Ramp Modeling: For all catty types, must look comfortable & make outfit look attractive Music & Fine Arts  Music  Mehendi Artist  Fine art UPSC Competitions  Special Class Exam  For age of 17 to 21 years on 1st August  Qualification –  12th class or equivalent with 1st class  Second class with Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry as one of the subjects.  Examination is held in July  It includes seven subjects like English, Mathematics (2 papers), Physics, Chemistry, General Knowledge and Aptitude Test About UPSC Examination Please visit http://www.chanakyamandal.org/# Each year, the Union Public Service Commission conducts Civil Service Examination to fill up posts for following services:  (i) Indian Administrative Service  (ii) Indian Foreign Service  (iii) Indian Police Service  (iv) Indian P & T Accounts & Finance Service, Group A  (v) Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group A  (vi) Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group A  (vii) Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group A  (viii) Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group A  (ix) Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group A (Assistant Works Manager, Administration)  (x) Indian Postal Service, Group A
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 129  (xi) Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group A  (xii) Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group A  (xiii) Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group 'A'  (xiv) Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group A  (xv) Post of Assistant Security Commissioner in Railway Protection Force, Group A  (xvi) Indian Defence Estates Service, Group A  (xvii) Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group A  (xviii) Indian Trade Service, Group 'A' (Gr. III)  (xix) Indian Corporate Law Service, Group "A"  (xx) Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service, Group B (Section Officer's Grade)  (xxi) Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group 'B'  (xxii) Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Police Service, Group 'B'  (xxiii) Pondicherry Civil Service, Group 'B'  (xxiv) Pondicherry Police Service, Group 'B' The number of vacancies to be filled on the result of the examination is expected to be approximately 1000. The final number of vacancies may undergo a change subsequently after receipt of the firm number of vacancies from the concerned Cadre Controlling Authorities. Reservation will be made for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes. Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Physically Disabled Categories in respect of vacancies as may be fixed by the Government. Plan of Examination The Civil Services Examination will consist of two stages. (i) Preliminary Examination (Objective type) for the selection of candidates for the Main Examination (ii) Civil Services Main Examination (Written and then Interview) for the selection of candidates for the various Services. Eligibility Should be Indian citizen. For few exceptions, please visit commission website 2. A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 30 years on 1st August of the year in which he/she is appearing for prelims. For few relazations, please visit the commission website Restriction on number of attempts Candidates can give limited number of attempts to the examination. Appearance in CS Prelims is considered as an attempt, irrespective of the final results. The restrictions are as follows. General category : 4 SC/ST category : No restriction till the age limit OBC category : 7 Physically handicapped category : 7 for general category and for others, the attempts wil be as per the category rules Prelims Pattern
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 130 The Prelims Examination shall comprise two compulsory papers of 200 marks each. Colloquially they are termed as GS (General Studies) and CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) Both the question papers will be of the objective type (multiple choice questions). The question papers will be set both in Hindi and English. However, questions relating to English language Comprehension skills of Class X level will be tested through passages from English Language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper. Mains Pattern The written examination will consist of the following papers: Qualifying Papers: Paper A (300 Marks) (One of the Indian Language to be selected by the candidate from the Languages included in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution) Paper B (300 Marks) English Papers to be counted for merit Paper I Essay (250 Marks) Paper II General Studies-I (250Marks) (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society) Paper III General Studies -II (250 Marks) (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations) Paper IV General Studies -III (250 Marks) (Technology, Economic Development, Bio- diversity,Environment, Security and Disaster Management) Paper V General Studies -IV (250 Marks) (Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude) Paper VI Optional Subject - Paper 1 (250 Marks) Paper VII Optional Subject - Paper 2 (250 Marks) Sub Total (Written test) (1750 Marks) Personality Test (275 Marks) Grand Total (2025 Marks) NOTE:Marks obtained by the candidates for all papers (Paper I-VII) will be counted for merit ranking. However, the Commission will have the discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all papers of the examination. About Optionals Candidates may choose any optional subject from the list of subjects offered by UPSC, given below: (i) Agriculture (ii) Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science (iii) Anthropology (iv) Botany (v) Chemistry (vi) Civil Engineering (vii) Commerce and Accountancy (viii) Economics (ix) Electrical Engineering (x) Geography
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 131 (xi) Geology (xii) History (xiii) Law (xiv) Management (xv) Mathematics (xvi) Mechanical Engineering (xvii) Medical Science (xviii) Philosophy (xix) Physics (xx) Political Science and International Relations (xxi) Psychology (xxii) Public Administration (xxiii) Sociology (xxiv) Statistics (xxv) Zoology OR, Literature of any one of the following Languages: Assamese, Bengali , Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and English. PrelimsSyllabus The Examination shall comprise two compulsory papers of 200 marks each. Paper I - (200 marks) Duration : Two hours  Current events of national and international importance.  History of India and Indian National Movement.  Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World.  Indian Polity and Governance - Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues, etc.  Economic and Social Development Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector initiatives, etc.  General issues on Environmental Ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization.  General Science. Paper II- (200 marks) Duration: Two hours  Comprehension  Interpersonal skills including communication skills;  Logical reasoning and analytical ability  Decision-making and problem-solving  General mental ability  Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc.) (Class X level),  Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency etc. - Class X level)  English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level).
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 132 Questions relating to English Language Comprehension skills of Class X level (last item in the Syllabus of PaperII) will be tested through passages from English language only without providing Hindi translation thereof in the question paper. The questions will be of multiple choice, objective type. Mains Syllabus PAPER-I Essay: Candidates will be required to write an essay on a specific topic. The choice of subjects will be given. They will be expected to keep closely to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in orderly fashion, and to write concisely. Credit will be given for effective and exact expression. English Comprehension & English Precis will be to test the English language Comprehension and English prcis writing skills (at 10th standard level). PAPER-II General Studies- I: Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society.  Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times.  Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until the present- significant events, personalities, issues  The Freedom Struggle - its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country.  Post-independence consolidation and reorganization within the country.  History of the world will include events from 18th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawal of national boundaries, colonization, decolonization, political philosophies like communism, capitalism, socialism etc.- their forms and effect on the society.  Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India.  Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies.  Effects of globalization on Indian society  Social empowerment, communalism, regionalism & secularism.  Salient features of world’s physical geography.  Distribution of key natural resources across the world (including South Asia and the Indian subcontinent); factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world (including India)  Important Geophysical phenomena such as earthquakes, Tsunami, Volcanic activity, cyclone etc., geographical features and their location- changes in critical geographical features (including waterbodies and ice-caps) and in flora and fauna and the effects of such changes. PAPER-III General Studies- II: Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations.  Indian Constitution- historical underpinnings, evolution, features, amendments, significant provisions and basic structure.  Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges pertaining to the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances up to local levels and challenges therein.  Separation of powers between various organs dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 133  Comparison of the Indian constitutional scheme with that of other countries  Parliament and State Legislatures - structure, functioning, conduct of business, powers & privileges and issues arising out of these.  Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and the Judiciary Ministries and Departments of the Government; pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in the Polity.  Salient features of the Representation of People’s Act.  Appointment to various Constitutional posts, powers, functions and responsibilities of various Constitutional Bodies.  Statutory, regulatory and various quasi-judicial bodies  Government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and issues arising out of their design and implementation.  Development processes and the development industry- the role of NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders  Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Centre and States and the performance of these schemes; mechanisms, laws, institutions and Bodies constituted for the protection and betterment of these vulnerable sections.  Issues relating to development and management of Social Sector/Services relating to Health, Education, Human Resources.  Issues relating to poverty and hunger.  Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability, e-governance- applications, models, successes, limitations, and potential; citizens charters, transparency & accountability and institutional and other measures.  Role of civil services in a democracy.  India and its neighborhood- relations.  Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests  Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, Indian diaspora.  Important International institutions, agencies and fora- their structure, mandate. PAPER-IV General Studies-III: Technology, Economic Development, Bio diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management.  Indian Economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment.  Inclusive growth and issues arising from it.  Government Budgeting.  Major crops cropping patterns in various parts of the country, different types of irrigation and irrigation systems storage, transport and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints; e-technology in the aid of farmers  Issues related to direct and indirect farm subsidies and minimum support prices; Public Distribution System- objectives, functioning, limitations, revamping; issues of buffer stocks and food security; Technology missions; economics of animal-rearing.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 134  Food processing and related industries in India- scope and significance, location, upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management.  Land reforms in India.  Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their effects on industrial growth.  Infrastructure: Energy, Ports, Roads, Airports, Railways etc.  Investment models.  Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in everyday life  Achievements of Indians in science & technology; indigenization of technology and developing new technology.  Awareness in the fields of IT, Space, Computers, robotics, nano-technology, bio-technology and issues relating to intellectual property rights.  Conservation, environmental pollution and degradation, environmental impact assessment  Disaster and disaster management.  Linkages between development and spread of extremism.  Role of external state and non-state actors in creating challenges to internal security.  Challenges to internal security through communication networks, role of media and social networking sites in internal security challenges, basics of cyber security; money-laundering and its prevention  Security challenges and their management in border areas; linkages of organized crime with terrorism  Various Security forces and agencies and their mandate PAPER-V General Studies- IV: Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude This paper will include questions to test the candidate’s attitude and approach to issues relating to integrity, probity in public life and his problem solving approach to various issues and conflicts faced by him in dealing with society. Questions may utilise the case study approach to determine these aspects. The following broad areas will be covered.  Ethics and Human Interface: Essence, determinants and consequences of Ethics in human actions; dimensions of ethics; ethics in private and public relationships. Human Values lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values.  Attitude: content, structure, function; its influence and relation with thought and behaviour; moral and political attitudes; social influence and persuasion.  Aptitude and foundational values for Civil Service , integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance and compassion towards the weakersections.  Emotional intelligence-concepts, and their utilities and application in administration and governance.  Contributions of moral thinkers and philosophers from India and world.  Public/Civil service values and Ethics in Public administration: Status and problems; ethical concerns and dilemmas in government and private institutions; laws, rules, regulations and conscience as sources of ethical guidance; accountability and ethical governance; strengthening of
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 135 ethical and moral values in governance; ethical issues in international relations and funding; corporate governance.  Probity in Governance: Concept of public service; Philosophical basis of governance and probity; Information sharing and transparency in government, Right to Information, Codes of Ethics, Codes of Conduct, Citizen’s Charters, Work culture, Quality of service delivery, Utilization of public funds, challenges of corruption.  Case Studies on above issues.Further details of optional subjects are available on the Commissions website. About MPSC examination MPSC Examinations Courses for State Civil Service Examinations The state civil services examinations are conducted by Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) to recruit officers in the Maharashtra state services. The notification regarding this examination appears on the MPSC website (www.mpsc.gov.in). The examination is conducted in following three stages : 1. Preliminary Examination 2. Main/ Written Examination 3. Interview/ Personality Test List of posts for which officers are selected through MPSC Civil Services Exams Class 1 Posts -  Deputy Collector  Deputy Suprintendent of Police (DySP)  Assistant Commissioner Sales Tax  Deputy Registrar Co-operative Socities  Deputy Chief Executive Officer  Suprintendent State Excise Deppt  Block Development Officer (BDO) - A  Finance, Audit & Accounts Service - Group A  Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad - A  Tahasildar Class 2 Posts -  Block Development Officer (BDO) - B  Chief Officer, Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad - B  Mantralaya Section Officer  Sub-registrar Cooperative Societies - B  Taluka Inspector of Land Records (TILR)  Deputy Suprintendent State Excise Deppt  Finance, Audit & Accounts Service - Group B  Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO)  Nayab Tahasildar Preliminary Examination : There are major changes in the Preliminary exam since 2013. Now there are 2 papers for the Preliminary exam- 1) General studies (GS) and 2) Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) carrying 200 marks
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 136 for each paper. GS paper contains 120 questions and CSAT paper contains 80 questions of multiple choice type. Time alloted is two hours for each paper. For both the papers 1/3 negative marking system is applicable, which means deduction of 33% marks for each wrong answer. All other rules regarding this are same as UPSC. Questions are set in English and Marathi medium but for some passages in CSAT paper and questions based on them which are supposed to test candidates knowledge of English language, the Marathi translation is not available. The Preliminary Examination is held at most of the district places in Maharashtra. After the result of the Preliminary Examination is declared, the successful candidates are called to appear for the Main Examination. Marks scored in the Preliminary Examination are not counted for the final selection of the candidates. Sub-components of Paper I - GS for Preliminary Examination 1. Current Events (National & international) 2. History of India and Indian National Movement 3. Indian and World Geography 4. Indian Polity and governance 5. Economic and Social developments 6. Environment, biodiversity and global warning 7. General Sciences Sub-components of Paper II - CSAT for Preliminary Examination 1. Comprehension 2. Interpersonal skills including communication skills 3. Logical reasoning and analytical ability 4. Decision making and problem solving 5. General Mental ability 6. Basic numeracy 7. English language comprehension skills MainExamination: Generally the Main Examination is supposed to be held three and a half or four months after the result of the Prelims exam is declared. This examination is held at four centres viz. Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad and Nagpur. The candidates who qualify in the Preliminarily Examination and hold University degrees of graduation level are eligible to appear for Main Examination. From 2012 MPSC state services Mains there has been sea changes. The optional subjects have been removed from the exam and 4 papers for General Studies have been introduced. MPSC has provided a detailed syllabi for these papers. There are total 6 papers in this exam, among them 4 are GS papers. But unlike UPSC the nature of GS papers is multiple choice type. But language papers for English and Marathi are still subjective (essay type). There is a 1/3 negative marking system for all the GS papers. The scope of General Studies has been expanded. In every single paper the qualifying marks for open category candidates is 45 whereas for reserved category candidates it is 40. To be eligible to appear for this examination a candidate must have completed minimum 19 years of age (on or before 1st April of the year in which candidate is going to appear for Prelims). The maximum age limit for open category candidates is 33 years. The age limit is relaxed by five years in case of candidates from reserved category. For handicapped candidates the maximum age limit is 45 years. For more information visit the website of MPSC. (www.mpsc.gov.in)
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 137 No question of medium arises as the Main examination is multiple choice type and the question paper is provided in Marathi and English language as well. Still the candidates are required to have appropriate knowledge of Marathi language. The paper for Marathi language is compulsory for everyone and the marks of Marathi & English languages are counted for deriving the final selection list. In case of posts in the Police Department the candidates must also fulfill the prescribed requirements of physical ability. The guidance in Chanakya Mandal Pariwar is strictly according to this changed new examination pattern and syllabi. UGC approved degree couse - BA (Public Services) and post graduation course MA (Public Services) are run at Chanakya Mandal Pariwar since 2011. These are the degrees of Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) an establishment by the Govt. of Maharashtra. Chanakya Mandal Pariwar has designed the courses and also we implement those. The students should get the information about this. We have developed an exhaustive study material for both MPSC Prelims and Main exam, the catalogue for which is available at the office. Nature of MPSC Mains : Subject Marks Marathi (3 hours) 100 English (3 hours) 100 GS Paper I (2 hours) History, Geography and agriculture 150 GS Paper II (2 hours) Indian polity and laws 150 GS Paper III (2 hours) Human resource development and human rights 150 GS Paper IV (2 hours) Science and Technology, Economy 150 Total 800 PersonalityTest(Interview): The candidates coming out successfully in the written examination (Mains) are called for the interview. According to the changes made in 2012 state civil service examination, the marks for interview have been reduced. Now the interview carries 100 marks. In the interview, eligibility required for the candidate's post opted for, his / her personality, his / her study level of social and national issues, awareness regarding events occuring around him / her, capacity to take decisions, presence of mind are the factors supposed to be considered. The final merit list is declared after considering the candidate's marks in the Main exam and the Interview. Accordingly, eligiable candidates are appointed at various posts. Eventually they get the appointement letters to join the government. National Defence Academy Examination  Exam is conducted in the months of May & Nov  It includes Mathematics and General aptitude  Qualification for Army, Navy and Airforce :-  Unmarried male candidates passing 10+2 school  Executive Branch course at Naval Academy : 10+2 exam pass with Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 138  Later to qualify Services Selection Board (SSB) interview & a detailed medical examination before joining as Cadets at NDA, Kharakvasla (Pune).  After 3 years at NDA and one year in the Military, Naval or Airforce academies, the cadets are commissioned into the services as Second Lieutenant/Acting Sub-Lieutenant  Merchant Navy Media & Communication  Cinematographer  Electronic Journalism  Client Service Executive  Copy Writer  Film Editing  Journalist  Media Planner  Public Relation Executive  Publishing Executive  Visualiser Hospitality  Air Hostess  Guest Relation Executive  Hotel Management  Travel & Tourism professional Career related websites S No URL 1 http://www.careers-india.com/ 2 http://www.careers.org/ 3 http://www.utdallas.edu/career/websites/ 4 http://www.srikumar.com/education/education.htm 5 http://www.indiastudychannel.com 6 http://www.bestindiansites.com/education/ 7 http://www.indiaeducation.net www.indiaedunews.net 8 http://www.indiaedu.com/ www.egurucool.com 9 http://www.vidyaonline.net/ www.schoolcircle.com 10 http://www.esiksha.com/ www.netvarsity.com 11 www.admissionnews.com www.onlinevarsity.com 12 www.thebestindiaedu.com www.shiksha.com 13 www.youngbuzz.com http://www.chanakyamandal.org List of books giving guidance for career planning Books available on flipkart website ISBN No's Title Price 978-81-8320-225-1 Hot Career Openings for Graduates 220
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 139 978-81-8320-285-5 Admission Info on Medical Colleges 150 978-81-8320-284-8 Best Engineering Colleges in India for 10+2 195 978-81-8320-205-3 Scholarships for 10+2, Undergraduates & Graduates 120 978-81-8320-219-0 Top Ten Careers for 10+2 150 978-81-8320-199-5 Study Abroad 200 978-81-8320-261-9 Education & Careers in Business Management 125 978-81-8320-241-1 Hot Careers in Foreign Language Institutes & Courses 95 978-81-8320-236-7 Careers in Mass Media 135 978-81-8320-227-5 Hot Career Options for Engineering Graduates 150 978-81-8320-296-1 Careers in Fashion Technology & Design 125 978-81-8320-223-7 Guide to Journalism & Mass Communication Entrance Examination 175 978-81-8320-277-0 UPSC Syllabus – Civil Services Examinations 50 978-81-8320-253-4 You too can achieve excellent grades in exams 220 10 Ps of career making  You will survive only if you believe in your dreams.  To believe in your dreams- remember 9 Ps o Potential o Profile o Personality o Passion o Purpose o Plan o Path o Perseverance o Principles o Power  Have a purpose in life, and a dream will follow, trim this dream with passion in your heart and possibilities will open for you  Start believing from today in the magical power of wishing, hoping and dreaming Skill enhancement Once you have acquired the highest possible educational degree and opted for the right career path, skill enhancement is the most important aspect of todays competitive world. A skill enhancement is a planned activity. Master training to be planned to improve the skills and abilities. Skill is like weight of body, does not give you a feel of increasing / enhancement. Ratio of skill to age (duration of time) needs to increase or at least stable during implementation phase and again should increase. Ratio remaining constant is ok however it is an alert if it is decreasing. You need to invest in good books and attending few classes with specific skill enhancement target, mostly for technical subjects.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 140 Keep learning throughout life : - People believe life is a school and we keep on learning throughout the life. Phase 1 - Acquire expertise in the field of strength and liking for 10-12 years after graduation thus depth of the skills to be increased.. “What to do and when” to be planned. Understand gaps and upgrade the skills, Measure the abilities, as phase 2 Grow lateral in other skills like Quality, accounting/ finance / economics; HR science; Recruitment, Networking, etc. once you have 10-12 years of experience. And as a phase 3 you are moving towards managerial role. You need to focus on ability to form vision, strategy, business pros-cons analysis, risks management & mitigation, future targets, roadmap to achieve and clarity. To get the recognition Following guidelines will help you to excel in the life and get your identity or recognition. Commit to yourself following  I want to excel, not to compromise lesser than the best  To make technical foundation strong, enhancing the skills from the beginning  Be highly reliable to my commitments  Be highly competent in my domain, Keep learning technologies, Remain updated & enhance skills  Build skills & strengths from successful people  Cultivate a trustworthy transparent friendship & respectful relationships  Be a team player  Build the fearless environment & encourage people to express & live freely  Be caring for every associates  Execute assignments with concentration, aiming to achieve the highest possible quality in time  Contribute as much & more than expected to let organisation continue to grow  Be responsible & accountable for all actions
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 141 What is to be successful At last we will touch base upon this topic. Since childhood there has been a pressure & demand on you to be successful. You have been hearing.. You must be successful, Try hard till you are successful, You need to be restless while eyeing for success, Do whatever but be successful! What is Success? Who is successful? - Is it recognition of individual? Or achieving self satisfaction? Few say it is happiness and others say it’s a reputation. Also success is measured by accomplishment and richness in monitory terms. There are many aspects of success like pleasure, peaceful & contended mind, someone achieving greater heights of education, career, popularity, establishing own identity, huge money & assets. Someone understands the life, few reciprocates the expectations and are successful. It is changing lives of the living beings, both human and animals! Success means  Timely closure of clear vision  Deriving expected quality in time as planned  Integrating various events  With associated people  Following highest ethical values  Impacting lives of living being positively To be successful What do you mean & think to be successful?
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 142 Important skills for successful career & learning  Critical thinking and problem-solving  Collaboration across networks and leading by influence  Agility and adaptability  Initiative and entrepreneurialism  Effective oral and written communication  Accessing and analyzing information  Curiosity and imagination  And finally deeds and decision making Self evaluation & plan for improvements Now you have a wonderful education matching to your ability, liking, interest, potential, etc. You will have a suitable career opportunity serving to industry of your liking. You start getting exciting and good assignments. Here is a time you need to appraise yourself for the following parameters to understand your strengths and improve upon the weaknesses. You need to be honest trying to do self appraisal. Rate the score out of 5 and see which ratings are less or equal to 3, how would you plan to improve those. The basic high level attributes to be evaluated for the following attributes Each of these is further divided into many attributes which define each individual as a person. This is the best method to have self evaluation done and see where individual can improve. It is suggested to stand in front of mirror, to be honest to you, and evaluate for the following attributes.
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 143 Self appraisal (soft xls file is also attached) Attribute chart to be used while self evaluation and defining their influences on personality Energy Rating Energising Rating Execution Rating Religious People connect & social Family - Well to do, settled, stable Flexibility Family background & culture Income Loving & Caring Attitude Kitchen/ Service Health Stability Visionary Maturity, taking everyone together Clarity & communication Self motivation Good looking- height, weight Team Player Decision making Life style Relationships Reliability Hobbies, Habits Ability to connect Ambitious, Goal oriented Dreamer, want to do different Contacts Problem solving Passion Delegation Hard work & Smart work Attitude Interpersonal skills Efficiency Leadership Risk takers interest Entrepreneur Commitment Family support Self Motivation Ability to complete Consistency Independent thinker Habits Total Self appraisal – Evaluating yourself Attribute chart to be used while self evaluation and defining their influences on personality Edge Rating Ethics Rating Etiquettes Rating Learning ability, Aptitude Value/ character Well organised Education. Clever Believes Self disciplined/ Punctual Skills & expertise Trustworthy Consistency Management Honesty Sincerity Teaching abilities Reputation Planner Developing ability Total
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 144 Tips for success Do’s  Honesty is the best strategy, be honest to yourself and stake holders  Strategize not only the career, but the life!  Aim High  Lead from front, accept the challenges  Take initiatives, Increase efficiency  Be around successful personalities, observe them, seek their guidance  Get surrounded by the performers and good people (Employ better employees than you)  Study Finance, Money is business language  Read business magazine, management books  Think innovatively, deeply & clearly, Create Ideas, do the things differently  Conserve hard earned money, plan for short, medium and long term aspects like education, marriage, home, hospitals, etc are the major expenses.  Be flexible  Have positive attitude  Accept criticism, introspect yourself, fix the weaknesses to enhance individual capability  Accept however learn from mistakes & failures  Thank to who have helped & supported  Help others, share knowledge, support beyond your capabilities & capacities  Do effective communication, Be assertive  Understand clients, understand the real issues  Heath is wealth, Take care of it right from beginning. Do not push it to tomorrow!  Conserve as much time, utilise it for rational purpose  Develop, maintain the relationships & remain connected Don’t  Do not give excuses  Don’t shy away from the responsibilities  Do not refuse your failure  Do not tell a lie  Do not wait. Resolve business issues on priority  Don’t make mistakes, learn from wiser people  Do not speculate, conserve money  On personal note o Don’t consume alcoholic drink o Don’t smoke o Don’t eat non-vegetarian food, save health Mistakes & happiness  Analyse the mistakes / failures / blunders
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 145  Mistakes are fine, not blunders, MUST not be repeated  Few mistakes are like ghost in the whole life and have negative influence throughout the life  Mistakes might be out of misunderstanding; communicate effectively  Avoid risks which get converted to mistakes After age 30; People would have extremely low affordability & sustainability and higher responsibilities. Points to ponder  Break the believes “It’s difficult" "what others will think“ “I cannot do it”  Start saying "its eazy" "it’s possible" "I can do it"  Do not afraid of failure, learn from those  Let your mind think it simple & eazy  Plough the SEED, offer the fertile land & water  Grow it like a big tree, day by day, step by step! Do not expect it to grow over-night.  Share the fruits of your success with community  Listen to heart, choose the work which you do with joy, without tiring, passionately, without bothering about money  Start changing, commit yourself Follow few important tips  It is never too late  Learn to gather latest information, gain knowledge & apply wisdom  Improve on soft skills - problem solving, decision making, effective communication, disciplined & professional behavior, ethics, hard work, aptitude, attitude, and leadership  Compete with yourself, do the best and keep improving on your best  Do not give up, keep fighting! Build yourself strongly  You will see the need of courage, determination, optimism, faith, hope, humanity & confidence
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 146  There is also a need of compassion, tolerance and understanding  You can build a brighter and better tomorrow with your vision and hard work  Money-Power-Status-Security will follow if you are honest to yourself & actions are aligned  Remember, nobody wins a silver medal, its losing a gold medal  What is needed is a deep will to make a difference in this world Commitment & oath I commit to myself  Will follow the highest standards of honesty, integrity, personal conduct and ethical values  Will deal with all stake holders in honest, courteous, respectful and polite manner  Will take responsibility for my actions.  Will not share false or misleading information  Will not engage in wrongful deeds & practices, which corrupt the industries I serve, or damage the business community or society I live  Will not cultivate bad habits come what may! Remember  Courage is a powerful weapon!  Attitude is more important than abilities; Motives to methods, and Character to cleverness!  Be the change you live in!  Future is a path which we are creating in mind and then in our activities! Stop bad habits and keep away Most of the bad habits get developed due to peer pressure, excitement and curiosity. Main reason not remaining firm to the principles is the mental weakness. 1. Stop eating non-vegetarian food – There are so many serious reasons why one should not each non-vegetarian food, the main reason is caring for your own health! a. Unhealthy b. Non- religious act c. Costly d. 24% of global warming due to gas emission e. 760 million tons of grain fed to animals PA f. 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef g. Animal products has harmful saturated fat h. Animal disease transmission due to proximity or consumption i. Cholesterol in non-vegetarian intake causes heart disease j. Non-lean red meat increases risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon k. Too much protein stresses liver & kidneys l. Bacterial infection (Bird Flu , mad cow disease) m. To produce 1 kg beef 12009Gal water is needed 2. Stop consuming alcoholic drinks – There is not a single body part is negatively affected due to consuming alcohol.
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    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 148 3. Stop smoking – Smoking causes strokes & heart disease, cancer of various body parts like larynx, oral cavity, lungs, bladder, pancreas, etc. It is cause of wasting your hard earned money. It adds to air pollution as well. It is absolutely disbelief that smoking reduces the stress. Section – 2 - Heart to heart…sharing important points What are qualities needed • Having dreams & Willingness • Determination & Readiness • Ready to put in efforts • Understand time management • Understand planning for study, examination, preparation • Understand the importance of career & its management • Availability of the resources • Good friends & guides • Good college & university Difficulties Mostly following are the difficulties one faces while considering higher education. Subsequent paragraphs will address to overcome most of these. • Mental resistance • Lack of readiness • Lack of information • Inconsistent information
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 149 • Financial worry Consideration of higher education Be global  Adopt cross culture, keep fundamentals intact  Aim for the highest possible education  Seek admission for the best college/ university Seek the best  Manage routine, circumstances, finance  Learn concept, fundamentally & innovatively  Get connected well, keep healthy relationships Deliver the best & be proud  Study on latest technologies (White paper)  Participating in college events  Execute activities within legal framework Critical steps  Self assessment - Know the abilities & interest – Assess the abilities & watch the interest  Career exploration, decide which is the highest degree in the field compatible to the career you would like to do  Entire Pathway planning is essential  Start early - Talk about various career choices, at least 1 – 2 years before  Understand the changing realities of work  Learn to explore all destinations - within country & overseas OR science, technology, engineering , management OR school – college – employment  Investigate the specifics of the career choices  Remember strong deeply rooted desire is the starting point of all the achievements! Choose consultant / mentor as advisor • Put everything on paper: your goals, vision, what you want to do & why • Seek a Mentor : ask your seniors, friends, family, cousins, and professors for advice • Seek guidance about plan Decision making A Master’s or Bachelor’s or PhD degree from USA or any other overseas university will be a launch pad offering exciting career opportunities. It offers you following courses. Student needs to think clealry solving a algorithm of various questions and arriving at the conclusion for each of the questions like 1. Graduation – India or overseas? Why? BS – 4 Years (after 12th / HSC in India) 2. To graduation be technical cource ot management? Why? 3. To consider post graduation or job opportunity? Why? 4. To consider university for post graduation in India or Overseas? Why? 5. To consider post graduation be technical cource or management? Why?
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 150 a. MS – 18 to 21 months in technology after Bachelors degree b. MBA – 2 Years course in management like Marketing, HR, Finance, etc To decide…  To decide do you want to opt for higher education  To decide which branch and why?  To decide which country and why?  To discuss with parents, teachers and friends and conclude USA tops for higher education  168 universities out of world's top 500, 17 of which are in the top 20  The United Nations assigned an Education Index of 99.9 to the United States, ranking it number 1 in world  USA Universities are the best for Masters, PhD & other higher education Programs  It is the world's ethnically & socially diverse nations & worlds no 1 democratic country  Graduating from an accredited American school & being exposed to the rigors of the American education system is an investment for future  It is a combination of public and private entities  Public education is the responsibility of state & local governments, not the federal government.  Public universities receive part of their funding from the state governments.  Alumni donations and other sources also contribute large amounts of funding to both  Tuition at USA private universities is generally much higher than at public universities.  Good chances of scholarships, Teaching Assistance, Research Assistantships and Part time jobs for Masters Students Why consider USA for higher education  Innovative & quality educational systems o Application and case study-driven curriculum o Excellent teaching quality & learning experience o Prepares you to take hands-on challenges o Increasing focus on soft skills, interpersonal skills (team building, leadership ,etc) o Excellent class dynamics, course structure, professors help  Good job opportunities after MS or MBA in US  Huge exposure to world class knowledge & international environment  Study with international students  USA education system recognized globally  Research oriented education & applications  Valuable support to students  Grants for invention / research by major companies or government  The largest economic engine of the world  Get to observe o Innovative financial products
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 151 o Sophisticated marketing methods & systems Why higher education in USA  Offers a platform for excellent career growth  Innovative educational systems & programs  Diverse academic world & educational resource  Excellent infrastructure, good life style  Wonderful academic support from professors  Fullest exploitation of student’s strengths, potential and abilities  Possible funding, scholarship  Possibility of earning while learning, reasonably well paid part time job like lab assistant  Simple processes & decision making  Excellent effective transparent communication  Excellence and innovation  Best students, faculty, staff  Interdisciplinary environment  Leading-edge facilities, services  Industry and community collaboration  Global engagement  Optimal technology transfer What you get  To get invaluable higher education  To grow yourself intellectually  To know the best practices internationally  To get a good & global exposure  To study in a new environment and learning new things  To constantly challenge to balance school, work and finances Parameters to compare  Infrastructure  Study in research  Support from the professors  Tests and examination  Assignments  Quizzes  Group Projects and Individual projects  Term papers  Class participation  Grading or Percentage  Learning recent technologies & practices  Opportunities
    • A education reference guide Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance 152 Why to plan 2 years before You need to plan much prior for preparation. Each of the activities takes certain amount of time and efforts. If you start early, it avoids last moment hassles and pressure.  Getting passport, few times you may face Name issue in passport  Preparing for GRE / TOEFL  Preparing for Statement of Purpose(SOP)  Research About Grad Schools in US  Funding like TA, RA, GA or Scholarships  Recommendations, Transcripts, Bank Statement  Re-take GRE, TOFEL- if you did NOT get good scores in first attempt  Unforeseen Issues  Time flies very fast in doing above activities Disclaimer This content and the list in this document is simply a resource and is not an endorsement of the any kind, whatsoever. Reader is supposed to be verifying the information from the authorized sources. Use of the information and data contained in this document is at your sole responsibility & risk. The information and data in this document is provided on an ‘as is, as available’ basis without warranty of any kind. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Our sincere attempt to convey our true views based on experience & with the intentions of good deeds however you need to use information & content as appropriate applying your own judgment & at your risk. We do not make representations, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information and data contained in this document. We do not accept any liability for any use of the said information and data or reliance placed on it. We do not make representations, either expressed or implied, as to the suitability of the said information and data for any particular purpose; and We do not make warranties that the said information and data is free of infection by computer viruses or other contamination. Neither we nor Government of India or USA or of any country endorse or in any respect warrant any third party products or services by virtue of any information, material or content referred to or included on, or linked in this document. Gratitude- We sincerely thankful to those directly or indirectly contributed for the source of the content. Kindly convey any apprehension or objection over content if any.