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chandra Question by chandra on Jan 03, 2024Hindi
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As myself has bn retired from CPSE,GoI after cmpleted 41 yr.services in the field of HRM. I intend to share my great experience as Expert in other deptt./services. Is it possible

Ans: Of course it is possible. Reach out to your connections, post on linkedIn with regards to your expertise

you can also try approaching consulting firms who are always looking forward to people with a good domain expertise!
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as i am retiring from gvt. service next year, is it possible to get the job after 60 in it sector, i have vast 33 year experiance in it sector of public sector company
Ans: Congratulations on your upcoming retirement! It’s great that you have 33 years of experience in the IT sector. There are many job opportunities available for people over 60 in the IT sector. Here are some tips that might help:

Register on government portals: The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment’s Senior Able Citizen for Re-Employment in Dignity (SACRED) initiative enables senior citizens above the age of 60 to search for a job through a virtual platform 1. You can also register on other government portals such as 1 to find job opportunities.

Consider freelancing: Freelancing can be a good option if you’re looking for more flexibility in your work schedule. You can work from home and choose the projects you want to work on. You can also set your own rates and potentially earn more than you would at a traditional job.

Network: Networking is an important part of any career, and it’s especially important in the IT sector. Attend industry events and conferences to meet new people and make connections. You can also reach out to your professional network and let them know you’re looking for a job.

Update your skills: The IT sector is constantly evolving, and it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and techniques. Consider taking online courses or attending workshops to update your skills.

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Sir my son secured 2492 crl in jee advanced earlier he secured 99.6 percentile in mains what are the best options he should pursue
Ans: Manoj Sir, as he is Rank is good both in Main / Advanced, he can get in to any one of the top NITs or IITs depending upon his preferences for streams. However, please note, it will be slightly difficult to get high-in-demand streams like CSE, ECE, Mechanical (Core & Specialization for these Streams) with Top NITs / IITs. still he can try ECE / Mechanical etc. (or) CSE with 6th to 10th Top NITs/IITs. Please take into consideration Location & your Son's interest also. Whatever Institute / University & Branch your Son chooses, he should keep upgrading his skills from his 1st year itself till his Campus Placement during his last year, from LinkedIn, Coursera, NPTEL, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by his College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students.

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Sir, pls advise between 1. NIEIT, Aurangabad in Electronic system engineering Or 2. SMVD univ. Katra in Eand C OR 3. NIE Mysore in CSE?
Ans: Amit, decide on these factors (1) ECE is slightly difficult than CSE. If you decide for ECE, number of recruiters will be comparatively lesser than CSE. And if you still want to switch over to Software by your 3rd & 4th year (with additional Certifications in Software), some software companies prefer even ECE Students and you can get campus placement (2) Location preference (3) Prefer either CSE or ECE over Electronic System Engineering. Whatever Institute / University & Branch you choose, you should keep upgrading your skills from his 1st year itself till your Campus Placement during your last year, from LinkedIn, Coursera, NPTEL, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by your College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students.

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Asked by Anonymous - Jun 16, 2024Hindi
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Hi sir, my son got 9323 rank in comedk and 23350 rank in KCET. As per last year cutoff he may get Mechanical seat in BMS or MSRIT. Please suggest which one is good for Mechanical engineering
Ans: Both are equally good for Mechanical. Some factors to keep in mind before choosing either college for your Son: (1) Location Preference (2) Will stay in Hostel (or) study as Day Scholar (3) Your affordability for fees (if there is a major difference in fees between these 2 colleges & (4) Availability of transport from your home to college. Whatever Institute / University & Branch your Son chooses, he should keep upgrading his skills from his 1st year itself till his Campus Placement during his last year, from LinkedIn, Coursera, NPTEL, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by his College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students.

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Asked by Anonymous - Jun 16, 2024Hindi
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I'm a girl from Jharkhand, I got 91.87%ile in jee mains, crl 1.22 lakh, category rank 40k. In which counselling program should I apply for and what colleges can I get at this rank? Is there any chance to get colleges through board %age as I got 95% in CBSE class XII
Ans: With your CBSE marks and Category Rank, you can try with any one of the top Private Colleges. And, try NIT Tier 2 Institutes. However, you have to compromise on the Stream or NIT Location you prefer. Whatever Institute / University / Branch / Domain you choose, keep upgrading your skills from 1st year itself till your Campus Placement during your last year, from LinkedIn, NPTEL, Coursera, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by your College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students, for jobs.

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Asked by Anonymous - Jun 16, 2024Hindi
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My daughter scored 251 in BITSAT, and 25k in jee mains. She is getting mechanical and chemical in warangal nit. What should we do?
Ans: Order of Preference , keeping in view his Score / Ranks, for online counselling (1) BITS-Pilani for Mechanical | MSc (if she prefers) (2) NIT-Mechanical with Warrangal (2) BITS-Hyderabad (Electrical & Electronics | Electronics & Instrumentation | MSc Courses (3) BITS-Goa - (Mechanical | Electrical & Electronics | Electronics & Communication | Electronics & Instrumentation | MSc Courses). (4) NIT-Chemical with Warrangal. Before taking final decision to the most suitable option, please consider some important factors such as (1) Her interest for Stream & (2) Location Preference. Whatever Institute / University & Branch your Son chooses, she should keep upgrading her skills from his 1st year itself till his Campus Placement during her last year, from LinkedIn, Coursera, NPTEL, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by her College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students.

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Hi,My son got sandip University nashik cse (AIMl) is it good college to go for his studies or else need to try another colleges in Bangalore??
Ans: Raju Sir, you have asked the need for Bengaluru Colleges. If your son has appeared for COMEDK or any other Private Colleges' its own entrance exams, better he tries through them. It depends upon your son's Rank / Score & the streams he prefers. Recommended before your son goes for Sandip University (if he has no other option, as time is very less now). Whatever Institute / University & Branch your Son chooses, he should keep upgrading his skills from his 1st year itself till his Campus Placement during his last year, from LinkedIn, Coursera, NPTEL, Internshala etc. and / or any other online platforms, recommended by his College Faculties, to be COMPETENT among other Students.

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