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HR, Workspace Expert - Answered on Apr 12, 2023

Jude Question by Jude on Apr 10, 2023

Hey sir, I want to be a game designer in the future. Can you suggest whether I should do a bachelor's in computer applications first or whether I should directly go with a game design degree (from UK)
Ans: Dear Mr. Jude,
Some of the best Institutes available for Game Designing are University of South California, University of UTAH, New York University and London School of Design.

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Entrepreneurship Expert - Answered on Apr 17, 2023

I done my 1 year DIPLOMA IN DESKTOP PUBLISHING what should I do next I want to build career in Graphic Design.
Ans: If you have completed a 1-year Diploma in Desktop Publishing and want to build a career in Graphic Design, there are several steps you can take to achieve your goal.
First, consider pursuing additional training or education in Graphic Design. This can help you develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in this field. There are many institutions that offer courses and programs in Graphic Design, including those that specialize in computer-based design software.
In addition to formal education, it's also important to build a strong portfolio of work that demonstrates your skills and creativity in Graphic Design. You can start by working on personal projects or volunteer your skills to help local organizations or businesses with their design needs. This can help you gain practical experience and showcase your abilities to potential employers.
Networking is also an important aspect of building a career in Graphic Design. Attend industry events and conferences, connect with other designers, and seek out mentorship opportunities to help you learn from experienced professionals in the field.
Finally, keep up with industry trends and advancements in design technology. This can help you stay competitive and ensure that your skills remain relevant in the ever-evolving field of Graphic Design.
Overall, pursuing additional education or training, building a strong portfolio, networking, and staying up-to-date on industry trends can all help you build a successful career in Graphic Design.

Abhishek Shah  |19 Answers  |Ask -

HR Expert - Answered on May 08, 2023

Hi, I am Mandar Kulkarni working as a mechanical engineer (prod &QA-QC dept) since last 10 years in fabrication sector. I want to switch in design kindly suggest which course is better form me.
Ans: Hi Mandar,

As a mechanical engineer with a background in production and quality control in the fabrication sector, you have several options to pursue a career in design. Here are a few suggestions for courses that could be beneficial for you:

CAD/CAM Course: Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) are essential tools for mechanical design. With a CAD/CAM course, you can learn how to use software such as AutoCAD, SolidWorks, or CATIA to create designs, simulate product behavior, and prepare manufacturing instructions.

Product Design Course: A product design course can help you develop your skills in conceptualizing, prototyping, and developing a product from start to finish. This course will teach you about materials, production processes, and the design principles that ensure a product's functionality, aesthetics, and usability.

Finite Element Analysis Course: Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a simulation technique used to analyze a product's behavior under different loading and boundary conditions. A FEA course can help you learn how to create and analyze designs using software such as ANSYS or Abaqus.

Industrial Design Course: Industrial design is a broad field that encompasses the design of consumer products, appliances, furniture, and more. This course will teach you about the design process, aesthetics, ergonomics, and market research, among other things.

Ultimately, the choice of the course depends on your interests and career goals. Consider your strengths and what you enjoy doing, and then choose a course that aligns with those factors. Good luck!

Abhishek Shah
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Anu Krishna  |458 Answers  |Ask -

Relationships Expert, Mind Coach - Answered on Jun 03, 2023

Asked by Anonymous - Jun 02, 2023
I am a 45 years old Indian living in the US for the past 10 years with the family. Despite having a steady job and a pay which typically is considered high, I end up spending more than my income. My wife also works full time with good pay as well but she thinks it's my responsibility to provide and she just saves all her money in her own accounts. We have multiple properties on both our names including cars but only I pay. I pay for groceries, bills, travel everything. On discussing about the expenses, which I have done multiple times so far, she says I should be ashamed to expect money from a woman. If this continues, I will reach retirement age kind of broke I feel. Also, I will spend sleepless nights thinking about finances until then. Please advice.
Ans: Dear Anonymous,
Like in any partnership, marriage is one such partnership where everything is usually shared. But I do know of couples, where they mutually agree that one partner takes care of the bills and the other education etc.
In your case, your wife has been saving up and you have been bleeding dry of your finances.
But why exactly are you spending more than your income? Financial mismanagement? Maybe that's why your wife is worried that it might happen to her portion of the income too?
Having said that, I guess your wife also needs to move past the belief that the Man is solely responsible for bringing money home. By that logic, she should never have worked, right?

Since she is working as well, she can contribute towards the family to the extent it can help but it is also imperative that as a woman she keeps some finances saved as a back-up for herself. It provides a good safety blanket for a woman since she possibly feels that you are spending more than what you earn.
It's up to you to bring about the subject without her feeling that you are out to spend all her money. So, you really need to start with managing your finances better...I am sure things will get better from thereon...

All the best!

Anu Krishna  |458 Answers  |Ask -

Relationships Expert, Mind Coach - Answered on Jun 03, 2023

Hi Anu, I hope you're doing well. I'm a 24 year old girl working as a software engineer. I was in love with a boy in long distance relationship and I met him only once. We both had great understanding, respect on each other. It was all good between us. On February 2023, he called me one day saying that he wants to tell his parents about our love matter. I said okay and asked him what he wanted to do if his family disagrees. He said that he'll wait until his family approves. I was okay with it and he informed to his family. But things started changing after he talked with his family. He wanted to break up with me. I told him many times that I wanted to be with him and don't want to break up. But, he didn't agree. Eventually, we stopped talking with each other. It was hard for me to move on but after few months, i finally decided to move on with my life. Then suddenly he messaged me saying that he wants to get back with me. I didn't agreed as I lost my trust on him. He even informed his family about getting back with me and they were okay with it. He wants to marry me. But, now the problem is I still like him, but I lost trust in him. I wanted to give him a chance but I'm afraid because of past break up with him. I'm confused about what should I do? Anu, can you please suggest me about giving him a chance or moving on with my life?
Ans: Dear Mahi,
Thank you for asking. I am doing well and trust that you too will be in the same space as well.
When what he has done has broken your trust, it is difficult to get it back... he has come back, but you are perhaps thinking: what if he pulls the same stunt again? And this makes you question every move of his...

If you look at it from his point of view, he possibly also loves you but his family pressures are getting to him and he can do only that much. Yes, it would have been more 'human' to talk to you about what had happened after he spoke with his family. But he chose not to and that lack of transparency is what has thrown you off...perhaps, he isn't all that mature emotionally or feels that he might lose you if he shares anything.

Whatever it is, your loss of trust on him is justified after the way he had behaved. If the two of you still want to give your relationship a chance, kindly do so...and clearly state to him that you have lost trust on him. Not only does he have explaining to do but he must reassure you that he will be honest with you in future. Also, give some time before committing to a marriage while you watch whether he has changed and he is consistent with what he has committed to changing. Only when you are sure, take a decision either way!

All the best!

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