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28th July 2011 11:35 PM
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Re: Is it true that regular courses are equivalent to corresponding courses? Which courses will help me achieving a great career if I dont pursue Masters?

what is the procedure to get admission in m.com?
27th June 2011 01:56 AM
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Re: Is it true that regular courses are equivalent to corresponding courses? Which courses will help me achieving a great career if I dont pursue Masters?

i am a graduate in nutrition and dietetics.i want to do m.sc in nutrition and dietetics or p.g. diploma in nutrition and dietetics from correspondence,please suggest some colleges.
28th March 2011 09:06 PM
Mrs_Praveen_Gola
Re: Is it true that regular courses are equivalent to corresponding courses? Which courses will help me achieving a great career if I dont pursue Masters?

Yes ,it is true that regular courses are equivalent to correspondence courses .So if you are interested in masters then do so as after completed your masters you can easily apply for the NET exam after getting 55% marks in your masters and can work as a lecturer in various colleges.

You can do various english courses to get a good job.So for details visit to-
http://www.britishcouncil.org/india-education-course-details-general-english.htm

You can also do your masters in MBA in international business as your english is good & In today’s global economy, many businesses are looking to expand into an international market, therefore, careers in international business are expected to grow at a faster than normal rate. From banks to manufacturing firms to government agencies, almost all industries have a need for people with a background in international business. There is such a wide range or opportunities available that someone with strong business skills and an international mindset should be able to easily find a job in a field that interests them.
21st July 2010 11:29 PM
chumki.03
Is it true that regular courses are equivalent to corresponding courses? Which courses will help me achieving a great career if I dont pursue Masters?

i have graduated in english from burdwan university.i want to pursue master degree in correspondence courses.is it true that regular courses are equivalent to corresponding courses?or if i dont pursue masters then which course would help me to achieve a successful carrier?please suggest.

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