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Mayank Kumar is the co-founder and managing director of upGrad, a higher EdTech company. With over 10 years of experience in the education sector, Kumar can offer guidance about degree courses, campus, job-linked and executive programmes and studying abroad.An MBA graduate from ISB Hyderabad, he holds a BTech in mechanical engineering from IIT Delhi.... more
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My sister has taken a drop year after class 12th for competitive exam but now she want to reconsider that she scored 66% in cbse class 12th science stream with maths d bio please suggest some career options for her to continue in Goa

Ans: There are several career options that your sister can consider based on her interests and strengths. Here are some suggestions: BioTech Engineering, Medicine, Healthcare Management. While there are a few institute's that offer these courses in Goa, you can explore an online degree while pursuing a engineering degree/management degree physically in Goa
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An internationally certified career coach, Praseeja Nambiar works as a counsellor at the Stonehill International School, Bengaluru.
In the last nine years, she has helped over 1,000 students with their admissions into Indian and international universities.
Nambiar received her training from Global Career Counselling and the University of California, LA (UCLA) Extension and is certified as a career coach by Certified Career Services Provider.
She contributes to the International Career and College Counselling institute by training other counsellors across the globe.
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My sister has taken a drop year after class 12th for competitive exam but now she want to reconsider that she scored 66% in cbse class 12th science stream with maths d bio please suggest some career options for her to continue in Goa

Ans: She can study business management, marine sciences, Psychology. University of Goa has some options mentioned. Goa College of Engineering has admissions on. Goa Institute of Management can be another option to study management sciences. Hospitality management is yet another great source of employability as the state relies heavily on tourism.
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My sister has taken a drop year after class 12th for competitive exam but now she want to reconsider that she scored 66% in cbse class 12th science stream with maths d bio please suggest some career options for her to continue
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There are plenty of career options available for your sister, even if she has taken a drop year after class 12th. If she does not want to take any competitive examinations further, below can be the options for her.

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Bachelor's degree in Commerce: If your sister is interested in business, finance, or economics, she can opt for a Bachelor's degree in Commerce.

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My daughter just passed 12th science without Maths. She has appeared for NEET and CET but she is not too optimistic about it. What could be options for her if she still wants to pursue IT career in Mumbai?
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Web Design and Development: This field involves creating and maintaining websites. It requires skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, among others. You can specialize in front-end development (user interface design) or back-end development (server-side programming).

Graphic Design: Graphic designers create visual content for various mediums, including websites, advertisements, and print media. While basic design principles are essential, complex mathematical skills are typically not required.

Digital Marketing: Digital marketing involves promoting products or services using online platforms. It focuses on strategies like social media marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), content marketing, and email marketing.

UI/UX Design: User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) designers focus on creating intuitive and engaging interfaces for websites and applications. While a basic understanding of user psychology is beneficial, advanced mathematics is not typically required.

Computer Networking: This field involves designing, implementing, and managing computer networks. It includes tasks like network configuration, troubleshooting, and security. While some technical knowledge is required, advanced mathematics is not typically a significant component.

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