Career - Frequently Asked Questions


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  1. Mumbai City,
  2. Mumbai Suburban,
  3. Ratnagiri,
  4. Raigad,
  5. Palghar,
  6. Sindhudurg,
  7. Thane


  1. Government,
  2. Government Aided,
  3. University Department,
  4. University Managed Colleges,
  5. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere (BATU),
  6. COEP Technological University, Pune and
  7. Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Mumbai and
  8. Unaided Private Professional Technical Educational Institutions.

"TFWS" means the Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme of All India Council for Technical Education.


“Facilitation Centre” means a center where the facilities like sale of application kits, filling online forms, verification of documents and redressal of grievances, etc, are provided.


ARC means a centre where the Candidate shall report for confirmation of admission by verification of documents and payment of fees.


The test consists of approximately 205 multiple-choice questions. Each question in the test has five options from which the examinee is to select the one option that is the correct or best answer to the question.

  • Biological
  • Cognitive
  • Developmental
  • Social
  • Clinical
  • Measurement/Methodology/Other 


The test consists of approximately 66 multiple-choice questions drawn from courses commonly offered at the undergraduate level.

  • Algebra          
  • Calculus
  • Additional Topics


The test consists of approximately 100 five-choice questions, some of which are grouped in sets and based on such materials as diagrams, graphs, experimental data, and descriptions of physical situations.

·         Classical Mechanics

·         Electromagnetism

·         Optics and Wave Phenomena

·         Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

·         Quantum Mechanics

·         Atomic Physics

·         Special Relativity

·         Laboratory Methods

Specialized Topics 

Each edition of the test consists of approximately 230 questions on poetry, drama, biography, the essay, the short story, the novel, criticism, literary theory, and the history of the language.

  • Literary Analysis
  • Identification
  • Cultural and Historical Contexts

History and Theory of Literary Criticism 


The test consists of approximately 130 multiple-choice questions related to the four fields into which chemistry has been traditionally divided

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry 



The test consists of approximately 190 five-choice questions related to Biology. The topics include:

  • Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • Organismal Biology
  • Ecology and Evolution 


  • Basic Sentence structure: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
  • Verb Tense
  • Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions
  • Pronoun Agreement
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Modifiers
  • Parallelism 



  1. Ratio and proportion

  2. Simple and compound interest
  3. Permutation & combination
  4. Quadratic equations
  5. Statistics
  6. Probability
  7. Lines and angles
  8. Polygon
  9. Circles
  10. Order of operations
  11. Percentage
  12. Profit and loss
  13. Speed, distance and time
  14. Linear equations
  15. Sets Theory
  16. Powers and roots
  17. Pipes, cisterns, work, time
  18. Triangles
  19. Quadrilateral
  20. Coordinate geometry
  21. Volume and surface area
  22. Number properties


There are 2 tasks  in Analytical Writing

Each task has 30 minutes. So total 60 minutes.


There are 2 sections in Quantitative reasoning.

Each section has 35 minutes. So total 70 minutes.


There are 2 sections in Quantitative reasoning.

Each section has 20 questions. So Total 40 questions


There are 2 sections in verbal reasoning.

Each section has 20 questions. So Total 40 questions.


  1. Quantitative Reasoning
  2. Verbal Reasoning
  3. Analytical Writing Assessment


No restrictions as such. You can appear 5 times in a year. There should be gap of minimum 21 days between 2 consecutive attempts.


Multiple times. Throughout the year.


Graduation of any stream  from recognized university.


ETS conducts GRE.

ETS = Educational Testing Service.


USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Europe, etc. Normally the score is globally acceptable.


GRE Score is useful for abroad admissions in courses like  MS, MBA and PhD.


GRE means Graduate Record Examinations


A) Based on Computer Degree -
Apply for Govt Vacancies in related fields. Be alert for such advertisements in Newspapers and on portals including PMC,PCMC vacancies. Many state departments require MCA passed outs for domain profiles.
Comparatively Less Opportunities are there in Govt compared to Private Opportunities.
B) Not based on Computer Degree

1. Commercial Career Opportunities are very very less. (e.g. Literature )
2.  Less relevance with current Market. (e.g. History)
3. Use of Technology instead of Human Skills (e.g. Arts in real sense)

Having background of Computer course after Science graduation , you may get job in IT Company , ITES Companies, Service Sectors, your domain subject related companies, General jobs at offices , etc.

1. You might not be taking efforts seriously or
2. You are remaining passive when to apply for the jobs or
3. You are not preparing for the interviews or
4. You are weak in Domain Knowledge or
5. Your Soft Skills are poor or to be groomed or
6. Less Job Opportunities at your place for your education or
7. More competition for the posts that you want or
8. Your field has less scope. Any one may be the reason for your unemployment in your field.

One should see the interests and likings also. Otherwise better branch with less interests and aptitude may create tussle in the future.

2. IIT
3. PhD
4. Job at R&D after PG Education

After your concerned graduation like BA Economics or B Com , you may do PG in the same with specialization in Economics. PhD in Economics related topic will give hand in to get first opportunity as economic researcher. Before that , your experience as of Internship, will probably make you confident. Vast reading, Updated information about Economic happenings, visits , meeting experts with domain will definitely make you as a well known Economic Researcher.

a) There will be no harm if the requirement of the job is not the soft skills.
1. Cook at the hotel need not be expert in Soft Skills
2. Batsman in Cricket need not be expert in Soft Skills.
b) But if the requirements of soft skills are there then -
1. You may not get good opportunity.
2. Promotions and Growth Aspects will be delayed.
3. Less appreciation in Work
4. Horizontal career graph

Good Data Scientists are the bridge between business and data. They must have a deep technical understanding of how to communicate complex data in an accessible way while also having the ability to visualize their findings. A good data scientist will also possess excellent writing skills and analytical and problem-solving skills.


Data Scientists use coding and other computer programming tactics to automate data collection and storage tasks. They may work closely with company departments or even create a system for storing collected information within their databases. Data Scientists help companies by providing them with valuable insights into how to improve their business operations.


  1. Identify valuable data sources and automate collection processes
  2. Undertake preprocessing of structured and unstructured data
  3. Analyze large amounts of information to discover trends and patterns
  4. Build predictive models and machine-learning algorithms
  5. Combine models through ensemble modeling
  6. Present information using data visualization techniques
  7. Propose solutions and strategies to business challenges
  8. Collaborate with engineering and product development teams

  • Statistical Analysis Skills.
  • Machine Learning Concepts and Methods.
  • Text Representation Techniques.
  • Algorithm Analysis Skills.
  • Computer Programming Languages like Python and R, Java.
  • Strong Problem-Solving skills.
  • Good Communication Skills.
  • Text Clustering Skills.



·         Statistical analysis and computing

·         Machine Learning

·         Deep Learning

·         Processing large data sets

·         Data Visualization

·         Data Wrangling

·         Mathematics

·         Programming

·         Statistics

          Big Data

  1. Applied Mathematics
  2. Computer Science Fundamentals and Programming
  3. Machine Learning Algorithms
  4. Data Modeling and Evaluation
  5. Neural Networks
  6. Natural Language Processing
  7. Communication Skills





B.Tech in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Candidates must have passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics from a recognized board.

M.Tech in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Candidates must have passed B.Tech in CSE from a recognized university

M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Candidates must have passed graduation from a recognized university

PG Certificate/PG Diploma in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning

Candidates must have passed graduation in Engineering or M.Sc./M.Tech in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning from a recognized university




Machine Learning Course

Mode of Course


PG Program in Machine Learning and AI           


IIIT Bangalore, UpGrad Mumbai

B.Tech in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning


IIT Hyderabad, IIIT Raipur

Foundation of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Hybrid Program

IIIT Hyderabad, Bangalore

Post Graduate Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Offline weekend classes and Online classes

Great Learning Gurugram

Full Stack Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Program    

Online and Hybrid           

Jigsaw Academy Bangalore


PG Certificate Program in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning


Manipal ProLearn Bangalore


Applied Machine Learning Course


Applied AI Course  Hyderabad

PG Diploma in Machine Learning and AI


Amity University

Artificial Intelligence Program    

Online and Offline

                Columbia University’s Pearson Professional Program Gurgaon; MindMajix Technologies INC Bangalore


Masters in AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

Online and Hybrid

ZekeLabs Bangalore

M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning


IIITM Trivandrum, IIIT Hyderabad

M.Tech Artificial Intelligence


IIT Chennai, Kharagpur, Bombay


  • Healthcare
  • Financial services
  • Transportation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Software development


1. Amazon

2.       Apple

3.       Bank of America

4.       Fidelity

5.       GE

6.       Google

7.       Groupon

8.       Levi Strauss & Co.

9.       Lockheed Martin

10.   Lyft

11.   Microsoft

12.   Morgan Stanley

13.   PayPal

14.   PlayStation

15.   Salesforce

16.   Spotify

17.   Washington Post

18.   Wayfair

19.   Zoom


  1. Machine Learning Engineer
  2. Research Scientist
  3. Data Scientist
  4. Data Analyst
  5. Data Architect
  6. Data Science Manager
  7. Human Centered Machine Learning Designer
  8. Computational Linguist
  9. Software Developer
  10. Natural Language Processing (NLP) Scientist
  11. Business Intelligence (BI) Developer
  12. Software Engineer
  13. Deep Learning Engineer


  1. Traffic Alerts (Maps)
  2. Social Media (Facebook)
  3. Transportation and Commuting (Uber)
  4. Products Recommendations
  5. Virtual Personal Assistants (Speech Recognition)
  6. Self Driving Cars
  7. Dynamic Pricing
  8. Google Translate
  9. Online Video Streaming (Netflix)
  10. Fraud Detection


Machine learning is an application of AI that enables systems to learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning focuses on developing computer programs that can access data and use it to learn for themselves.

Machine Learning (ML) is  a subset of artificial intelligence (AI). ML is  the area of computational science that focuses on analyzing and interpreting patterns and structures in data to enable learning, reasoning, and decision making outside of human interaction.

ML  focuses on using data and algorithms to mimic human learning, allowing machines to improve over time, becoming increasingly accurate when making predictions or classifications, or uncovering data-driven insights.

It works in three basic ways, starting with using a combination of data and algorithms to predict patterns and classify data sets, an error function that helps evaluate the accuracy, and then an optimization process to fit the data points into the model best.

Machine learning algorithms use historical data as input to predict new output values.



KVPY exam  in class 11 (KVPY SA)

KVPY exam  in class12 (KVPY SX).

KVPY exam   if you are pursuing a basic science course (first year) after class 12(KVPY SB)



  1. Machine Learning,
  2. Deep Learning,
  3. Python,
  4. Data Analysis,
  5. Language Processing


  • Amazon,
  • Microsoft,
  • IBM,
  • Accenture,
  • Facebook,
  • Intel,
  • Samsung,
  • Lenovo,
  • Adobe,
  • MoTek Technologies,
  • Uber.


  1. Advanced Certification Program in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning from Talent Sprint and IIT Hyderabad
  2. Advanced Program in Artificial Intelligence – Powered Marketing from IIM Calcutta
  3. PG Diploma in Artificial Intelligence by Pearson and edX
  4. PG Diploma in Artificial Intelligence by Reva University
  5. Post Graduate Certification in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning by Edureka
  6. Post Graduate Program in AI and Machine Learning from Purdue University and Simplilearn
  7. Post Graduate Program in Analytics & Artificial Intelligence by Imarticus
  8. Post Graduate Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from BITS Pilani
  9. B.Tech in Computer Sciences & Engineering with AI specialization by Amity University of Science and Technology
  10. MCA in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning by Chandigarh University
  11. B.Tech (Hons) Computer Science and Engineering- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning by University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
  12. Post Graduate Diploma in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning by DIT University
  13. M.Tech in Artificial Intelligence by IISc Bengaluru
  14. PG Diploma in Machine Learning and AI, Indian Institute of Information and Technology Bangalore
  15. Advanced Certification in AI and Machine Learning, Indian Institute of Information and Technology, Hyderabad
  16. AI Intelligence Foundation Program, Pearson Professional
  17. PG Program in AI and Machine Learning, Great Learning
  18. Full Stack Machine Learning by AI Program, Jigsaw Academy
  19. Applied AI and Machine Learning-Specialization, AI & Deep Learning with Python, Analytixlabs
  20. Artificial Intelligence Engineer Master’s Program, Simplilearn 
  21. PG Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Edureka 
  22. Applied Machine Learning Course, Applied AI Course


  1. Fundamental of Artificial Intelligence
  2. Human Language Technologies
  3. Intelligence Systems for Pattern Recognition
  4. Concepts of Machine Learning
  5. Smart Applications
  6. Cloud Computing
  7. Application of Artificial Intelligence 
  8. Semantic Web
  9. AI Systems
  10. Network Analysis
  11. Computational Modelling of Complex Systems
  12. Web Ontology Language
  13. Robot Navigation
  14. Visions in Humans and Robots
  15. Sensor for Robotics
  16. Computational Mathematics for learning and data analysis
  17. Robotics


  1. Expert systems (e.g., medicine, science, engineering)
  2. Natural language processing,
  3. Speech recognition
  4. Machine vision.
  5. Advanced web search engines (e.g., Google),
  6. Recommendation systems (used by YouTube, Amazon and Netflix),
  7. Self-driving cars (e.g., Tesla),
  8. Driving internet traffic
  9. Targeted advertising (AdSense, Facebook),
  10. Virtual assistants (such as Siri or Alexa)
  11. Autonomous vehicles (including drones and self-driving cars),
  12. Automatic language translation (Microsoft Translator, Google Translate),
  13. Facial recognition (Apple's Face ID or Microsoft's DeepFace),
  14. Image labeling (used by Facebook, Apple's iPhoto and TikTok)
  15. Spam filtering.
  16. Automated decision-making


Artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems.

It is a new springing field of computer science which aims to create unique technologies which can imitate human brains and ultimately reduce manual tasks.

 It can simply be understood as a field which involves core concepts of computer science and strives towards building and functioning extraordinary machines capable of doing tasks that are performed by human beings.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines.


HSC Science with PCMB

CET Score in PCM


  • B. Tech Agriculture is an undergraduate degree programme in Agriculture.
  • Its duration is 4 years.
  • The course is designed to help students learn the use of automation and technology for agriculture practices and food processing.
  • This course is there to understand the use of technology in the field of agriculture.


  1. College of Agriculture , Pune
  2. Yashwantrao Chavan College of Agriculture ,Satara  
  3. College of Agriculture , Dhule
  4. Punyshlok Ahilyabai Holkar Krishi Mahavidyalay , Ahmednagar
  5. College of Agriculture , Jalgaon
  6. College of Agriculture , Nandurbar
  7. College of Agriculture , Parbhani
  8. College of Agriculture , Osmanabad
  9. College of Agriculture , Jalana
  10. College of Agriculture , Beed
  11. College of Agriculture , Latur
  12. Anand Niketan College of Agriculture , Chandrapur


10+2 Science with PCMB

50 % in HSC

Appeared for MHT-CET Entrance with non zero score in CET.


  • Technical Skills
  • Strong awareness of safety
  • Industry Expertise
  • Presentation skills
  • Communication skills
  • Listening skills
  • Leading skills
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Teamwork
  • Hard Work
  • Time Management
  • Strong analytical Skills
  • Mathematical skills
  • Quick Decisions
  • Logical Thinking
  • Quality Concern
  • Accuracy


  1. Certification in aerodynamics
  2. Certification in aerospace structures and materials
  3. Certification in astronauts and human space flight
  4. Certification in guidance and control
  5. Certification in applied aerospace manufacturing
  6. Certification in aviation maintenance
  7. Certification in technical engineer program
  8. Certification in aircraft maintenance

  1. Self-flying planes
  2. Satellite-based in-flight connectivity
  3. Zero fuel aircraft
  4. Structural health monitoring
  5. Smart automation and blockchain
  6. Advanced space propulsion technologies
  7. Enhanced security over the network in the aviation industry
  8. Artificial intelligence in the aviation field
  9. Electrically powered airplane
  10. Hypersonic jet engines
  11. Flying cars
  12. Facial scanning ticket technology
  13. Robotics and autonomous vehicles
  14. Cybersecurity


  1. Engineering Graphics
  2. Aircraft Structures
  3. Solid Mechanics
  4. Aircraft Design Project
  5. Elements of Aeronautics
  6. Computer-Aided Simulation
  7. Strength of Materials
  8. Quality Management
  9. Flight Dynamics
  10. Vibrations and Elements of Aeroelasticity
  11. Manufacturing Technology
  12. Composite Materials and Structures
  13. Aero Engineering Thermodynamics
  14. Aircraft Materials and Processes
  15. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
  16. Aero Engine and Airframe


  • Commercial aviation industry
  • Government defence forces
  • Flight crew in both commercial and defence aviation
  • Research institutes
  • Space exploration centres.

  1. HAL,
  2. NAL,
  3. Defence services,
  4. ISRO,
  5. DRDO,
  6. Taneja Aerospace,
  7. Mahindra Aerospace,
  8. GE


  1. The aeronautical engineers are mainly responsible for creation of safer and more energy efficient economical methods for travelling including aircraft, helicopters, satellites, missiles and spacecrafts.
  2. This is concerned with science of propulsion and aerodynamics.
  3. It also involves the development and selection of materials and equipment that are utilized in aircraft.
  4. Aero engineers bring concept into reality by emphasizing on the design of aerofoils (wings).
  5. Propulsion is another aspect in aeronautical engineering. The force of propulsion helps an airplane to remain in flight, and encompasses the design and development of engines.
  6. These two basic principles are considered when choice of material for aircraft design, strength and weight.
  7. Selection of material is a crucial area of specialization for the aeronautical engineering.
  8. Specialisations include Structural designing, Flight mechanic and control system, Aerodynamics, Instrumentation and communication, Manufacturing and maintenance.

Aeronautical Engineering  is the activity of designing, developing and constructing of machine planes that can fly, as commonly known by aircraft.

Private University

Private university has to follow the rules and regulations of UGC (University Grant Commission).

Deemed University

Deemed University is an autonomous body.

They decide their own fee structure and are permitted to give their own degree.

They may not follow the norms of UGC.

NID National Institute of Design are at 7 Places. 

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Gandhinagar  
  3. Bengaluru
  4. Kurukshetra
  5. Vijaywada
  6. Jorhat 
  7. Bhopal

FTII (Film & Television Institute of India) is in Pune.  

BA Dance

Degree in Performing Art and Dance

BFA in Dance

BA Music 

MA Music

BA Music Vocal

IIT Bombay

The highest package offered in the institute this year was around 1.16 crore.


Changing branch at IITs is possible after completing the first year.

Students with exceptionally good grades are allowed to change their branch.


IITs in total offer

B. Tech, M. Tech, Dual Degree and PhD programmes

in more than 100 engineering branches.


  1. IIT Bombay - Indian Institute of Technology.
  2. IIT Madras - Indian Institute of Technology.
  3. IIT Delhi - Indian Institute of Technology.
  4. IIT Kharagpur - Indian Institute of Technology.
  5. IIT Roorkee - Indian Institute of Technology.
  6. IIT Kanpur - Indian Institute of Technology.


There is no free seat in IITs. .


IIT Delhi -

This year, the IIT Delhi Endowment Fund has instituted 30 scholarships for 15 men and 15 women among incoming UG students.

These scholarships are merit-based and will be decided based on the JEE (Advanced) rank of the student.

The value of the scholarship is Rs 1,00,000 per annum.


IIT Bombay –

Merit cum Means scholarship is awarded to a maximum of 25% of sanctioned Intake of undergraduate students.

For Dual Degree, it is available only up to the 4th year.


  • The rule changes at different  IITs.
  • Its not compulsory to stay at IIT Hostel only.  
  • But there is provision for Residential Course.
  • While studying in any IIT, you can take any other hostel, room or PG etc. But there are rules of how much distance you are away from IIT.  
  • If you live near IIT you need not to live in IIT hostel.
  • Any such alternative must be granted from IIT Authority.  



Based on JEE Main Score there are 2 possibilities of admission –

Admission in NITs, IIITs, CFTIs


Admission in any engineering college


Fees vary as per IIT Location.

Semester –

1,08,000 to 1,48,000 per semester.

Annual –

2L-2.5L Per Year

Total –

Total Fees for Open / OBC Candidates – Approx. 8L-10L Total Course of 4 Years.


Fees for SC/ST/PH there is FEES exemption.

E.g. IIT Bombay

Open/OBC – 9.5 L

SC/ST/PH – 1.36L


There are 2 stages. Student must clear both.

  1. JEE Main exam 
  2. JEE Advanced exam 


  • High IQ
  • High EQ
  • Physical Fitness
  • Good eyesight
  • Good Mental Stability
  • Decision-making skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Problem-solving skills


  • Chief Pilot
  • Co-Pilot
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Airline Pilot
  • Commuter Pilot
  • Captain
  • First Officer
  • Experimental Test Pilot


A Commercial Pilot License authorises a pilot to professionally fly commercial aircraft or airplanes.


Minimum Visual Acuity 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in other, correctable to 6/6 only for hypermetropia.


  • Minimum height for a pilot: 162.5 cms with correlated weight,
  • Leg Length: Min – 99 cms. Max – 120 cms.
  • Thigh Length: Max – 64 cms.
  • Sitting Height: Min – 81.5 cms. Max – 96 cms.


  1. Student Private License  - Age 16
  2. Private Pilot License  - Age 17
  3. Commercial Pilot License - Age After 18


  1. Student Private License
  2. Private Pilot License
  3. Commercial Pilot License


  1. By getting a Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  2. By becoming a Pilot in the Indian Air Force (IAF)


  • Distance visual acuity of 20/20 or better in each eye, with or without correction.
  • Intermediate visual acuity of 20/40 or better in each eye, with or without correction.
  • Near visual acuity of 20/40 or better in each eye, with or without correction.
  • Satisfactory color vision.


The minimum height required for the Male candidate is 152 cm. 

The  minimum height required for the Female candidate is 148 cm.


17 years of age to be eligible for Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

18 years of age to qualify for Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)


  • Orient Flight School (OFS), Pondicherry.
  • Remo International College, Chennai.
  • Indian Institute of Aircraft Engineering, Dehradun.
  • High Flyers Aviation Services, Delhi.
  • Wingsss College of Aviation Technology, Mumbai.
  • Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi, Delhi.


Qualification – 12 th

Age 17 yrs.


It needs  30-40 lakhs to get the commercial pilot license

But cost for the sort Rating is 15-20 lakhs.

So it costs around 45-60 lakhs to become a pilot in India

This cost can go as high as 75 lakhs if a candidate decides for a cadet program.


  1. No annual Salary Package.
  2. No monthly defined structure of Salary.
  3. Paid on the basis of actual work.
  4. Payment policy  is based on number of hours of flying and related work.
  5. Most airlines guarantee a minimum number of hours per month.
  6. Assured minimum income plus heavy hourly wages.  
  7. Salary amount is big compared to other professions.


Pilot Career includes –

Dynamic Work


Fast Actions

Smart Decisions

Super Salary



Classic Working Environment

Risky but Challenging

Pride Feelings


  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biochemist
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Bio-Manufacturing Specialist
  • Business Development Manager
  • Product Strategist
  • Bio-Pharma Sales Representative
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Bio-Production Specialist
  • R&D Scientist

  • BSc in Biotechnology (Molecular Biology)
  • BSc in Bioinformatics
  • Bachelor of Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Applied Science 
  • Bachelor Degree in Resource Biotechnology
  • BSc in Medical Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Applied Science Majoring in Molecular Biotechnology
  • BSc in Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology Specialization
  • BSc Majoring in Plant Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Biomedicine
  • Bachelor of Technology in  Food Technology
  • Bachelor of Medical Science
  • BSc in Agricultural Biotechnology and Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Biomolecular Science – Environmental Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Biotechnology
  • Bachelor in Applied Sciences with Islamic Studies
  • BSc in Biological Engineering – (Biotechnology Engineering Concentration)
  • Graduate Diploma in Technology
  • Diploma in Biotechnology
  • Diploma of Laboratory Technology
  • Bachelor of Biotechnology and Innovation
  • Diploma in Molecular Biotechnology
  • Certificate in Food Biotechnology


IIT-JAM (Indian Institute of Technology – Joint Admission Test)
AIIMS Biotechnology Entrance Exam
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Graduate School Admissions Exam (TIFR)
Anna University Biotech Entrance Exam

  • PG Diploma in Medical Lab Technology
  • PG Diploma in Bioinformatics
  • PG Diploma in Computational Biology
  • PG Diploma in Life Sciences
  • PGDM in Biotechnology
  • Lab Technician Course
  • DMLT Course


MSc Biotechnology
MSc Botany
MSc Microbiology
MSc Biochemistry
MSc Cell Biology
MSc Molecular Biology
MBA in Biotechnology
Masters in Public Health
MSc Food Technology
MSc Bioinformatics
MSc Forensic Science
MSc Nanotechnology

1.MBA in Biotechnology
2.Medical courses after BSc Biotechnology:
  • DMLT Course
  • Lab Technician
  • PG Diploma in Medical Lab Technology
  • PG Diploma in Bioinformatics
  • PG Diploma in Computational Biology
  • PG Diploma in Life Sciences
  • PGDM in Biotechnology
3. MSc Courses after BSc Biotechnology
  • MSc in Toxicology
  • MSc Biotechnology
  • MSc Botany
  • MSc Microbiology
  • MSc in Animal biotechnology
  • MSc in Molecular medicines
  • Masters in Public Health
  • MSc Bioinformatics
  • MSc in Applied Biology
  • MSc in Virology
  • MSc Bioinformatics
  • MSc Forensic Science
  • MSc Nanotechnology
  • MSc in Pharmacology
  • MSc in Industrial biotechnology

Diploma in engineering with first class, from a State recognized Board, in the required discipline as per the job nature of the post in the Centre


BSc with first class from a recognized University or Institution, in the required discipline as per the job nature of the post in the Centre


Graduation and first class in master’s degree in library science, library and information science or equivalent from recognised university or institution.


BE, BTech or MSc or equivalent in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA 6.84 or 10 and above;

ME or MTech or equivalent in first class with an aggregate minimum of 60% marks or CGPA 6.5 or 10 and above with pre-eligibility qualification of BE, BTech, MSc or equivalent in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA 6.84 or 10 and above engineering degree in first class with an aggregate minimum of 65% marks or CGPA 6.84/10 and above and MBA in first class


PhD or ME or M Tech or equivalent along with 2 years experience in the relevant field


MBBS with two years experience, and MBBS with MD or diploma registered with the Medical Council of India


SSC along with first class diploma in medical laboratory technology of not less than two years duration


SSC Pass and ITI, NTC, or NAC from NCVT (minimum two years course)


  1. Marks - Min  65% in BTech/ BE program.
  2. Age -below 35 years of age.
  3. Exam - Appear the test by the ISRO Centralized Recruitment Board.


HSC with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects


10+3 Diploma with Mathematics


125 Questions and 200 Marks


NATA - National Aptitude Test in Architecture


It is PG Qualification  in Planning course of 2 years duration.

B.Planning with 50%, BE/BTech/B.Arch with 55 % and valid GATE Score can get admission for M.Planning.


B.Arch with 50%

Successful score in Entrance exams like GATE or CEED or  MAH MArch CET


Its 2 Years PG Course after B.Arch


  1. Public Works Department
  2. National Building Organization
  3. National Institute of Urban Affairs
  4. Archaeological Department
  5. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
  6. Urban Development Corporation
  7. State Housing Boards
  8. Departments of Railways
  9. Ministry of Defense
  10. Hindustan Prefab Limited
  11. City Development Corporation
  12. Public Service Commission


  1. Architect
  2. Architectural Assistant
  3. Architectural Historian/Journalist
  4. Project Assistant Manager
  5. Architecture Designer
  6. Architecture Engineer
  7. Building Contractor
  8. Interior Designer
  9. Architecture Draftsman
  10. Technical Assistant
  11. Manager
  12. Landscape Architect


  • M. Arch
  • Master of Urban Design (M. Des)
  • Masters in Project Management
  • M. Planning
  • M. Arch in Landscape Design
  • M. Design in Interior Architecture
  • Masters in Graphic Design
  • Master of Building Engineering and Management
  • M. Design in Industrial Design


A) After 10 +2  

1. Candidates must have obtained 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics

2. Also an overall 50% (45%) aggregate score at 10+2 level.


 B) After 10 + 3

Candidates who have passed any 10+3 diploma exam with Mathematics as a subject and scored at least 50% marks are also eligible to apply for the exam.


  1. Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch)
  2. Bachelor of Architecture in Landscape Architecture.
  3. Bachelor of Architecture in Building and Construction Management.
  4. Bachelor of Planning (B. Plan)
  5. Bachelor of Engineering in Construction Technology.




Gaming Industry



Social media







Scientific Visualisation  


Duration - 1 year

Eligibility – 10 +2

Branch – Any


Duration - 3 years

Eligibility – 10 +2

Branch – Any

Approx Fees - INR 30,000 - 3,00,000


Duration - 2-6 months

Eligibility – 10 +2

Branch – Any

Approx Fees - INR 30,000 - 1,70,000


BSc – Bachelor of  Science  in Animation

Duration – 3 Years

Eligibility – 10+2

Admission based on – Entrance Test/Marks

Fees – Approx. 8,000- 1,50,000 per year

Salary – Approx. 3LPA/7LPA


BFA – Bachelor of  Fine Arts in Animation

Duration – 4 Years

Eligibility – 10+2 (Science/Commerce/Arts)

Admission based on – Entrance Test/Marks

Fees – Approx. 50000- 80000 per year

Salary – Approx. 4LPA/12LPA




BVA (Visual Arts)

B.Sc. programs in

  • Animation,
  • Multimedia,
  • Graphics,
  • VFX and
  • Digital Filmmaking 


  1. Diploma in VFX
  2. Diploma in 2D Animation
  3. Diploma in 3D Animation
  4. Diploma in CG Arts


  1. Certificate in 2D Animation
  2. Certificate in 3D Animation
  3. Certificate in VFX
  4. Certificate in CG Arts and Effects

Duration -  3 to 6 months.

Qualification - SSC Onwards


BSc Animation

BSc Animation, Graphics & VFX

BSc in Multimedia and Animation

BSc Multimedia, Animation & Graphic Design

BA VFX and Animation

BA 3D Animation

BSc in Multimedia

BA Multimedia


  • Sketching Skills
  • Imagination.
  • Drawing skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Communication and presentation skills.
  • Time Management
  • Team Skills 
  • Creativity 
  • Patience 



•          2D animator

•           3D animator

•           Background artist

•           Character animator

•           Clean-up artist

•           Digital ink and paint artist

•           Image editor

•           Key frame animator

•           Layout artist

•           Lighting artist

•           Modeler

•           Rendering artist

•           Rigging artist

•           Storyboard artist

•           Texture artist


  • Autodesk Maya.
  • Cartoon Animator 4.
  • Adobe Character Animator. 
  • Clip Studio Paint. 
  • Adobe Animate. 
  • Blender. 
  • Synfig Studio. The best free animation software is powerful and open source. 
  • Open Toonz. This professional animation tool is free and open source.


PicsArt Animator - GIF & Video (Android, iPhone, iPad)

5 Forms of Animation

  • Traditional Animation.
  • 2D Animation.
  • 3D Animation.
  • Motion Graphics.
  • Stop Motion.


IELTS is accepted as evidence of English language proficiency for study, work and migration in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK.


 Reading, Speaking, Writing and Listening

Minimum Age - 16

Maximum Age- No restriction. 

No  requirement of percentage in 12th  to appear for the IELTS examination


IELTS is accepted and trusted by 3,400 institutions in the USA.

IELTS opens doors to education and employment in the United States.



AGE - minimum age of 16 years.




The IELTS is a standardized and widely recognized English language.

It is useful for assessment test for international education and global migration.

It evaluates the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers, who wish to study in or migrate to countries, where English is the language of communication.

e.g. Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the UK


Qualification - HSC

Branch -  Science/Home Science/Commerce/Arts/MCVC with English as one of the subject

Percentage -  minimum 45% marks in aggregate (40% marks in aggregate for reserved class category candidates).

Entrance - Candidate should have appeared for MAH/HM/CET securing a non-zero score.

DTE website -


Duration: Four years full time (8 semesters)


  • Customer Service Executive
  • Hotel Manager
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Catering Manager
  • Event Planner/Manager
  • Travel Agent
  • Sous Chef
  • Conference Centre Manager
  • Air Cabin Crew
  • Catering Executive
  • Business Development Executive


Hospital administration and catering
Guest Houses and resorts
Kitchen Management 
Cruise Ship Hotel Management
Club Management
Event Management
Airline Catering

  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Diploma in Hotel and Hospitality Management
  • Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology
  • Diploma in Front Office Operations
  • Diploma in Food and Beverage Service
  • Diploma in Food and Catering Technology
  • Certificate Courses after 10th
  • Certificate in Food and Beverages Production
  • Certificate in Front Office Operation
  • Certificate in Housekeeping
  • Certificate in Hotel and Catering Management


Diploma In Hotel Management (After 10TH / SSC) 


  • 12th pass from any stream 
  • 45%-50% plus in Class 12th 
  • with English as one of the subjects
  • Appear entrance test conducted by the institute for admission 


Tremendous Pressures.



Time extension possible

Issue of Dignity sometimes

Reaction not expectes, Response is must. 

High service expectations of customers

High duty requirements from  Higher authorities .



  • Service Nature
  • Initiative
  • patience
  • ability to remain calm in stressful situations.
  • to be thorough and pay attention to detail.
  • to be flexible
  •  open to change.
  • Persistence
  • determination.
  • the ability to motivate and manage staff.
  • business management skills.
  • Etiquettes
  • Manners
  • Soft skills
  • Good listening
  • Hygiene


  • Freedom to choose environment of work
  • Exceptional job benefits
  • A lot of  Opportunities for Career Advancement. ...
  • Lavish Bonuses
  • Mobility and travelling chances
  • Easy to join career even when fresher
  • Food Freedom with no cost


  • Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)
  • Bachelor in Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT)
  • BSc in Hospitality and Hotel Administration.
  • BA in Hotel Management.
  • BBA in Hospitality, travel & tourism.
  • BBA in Hotel Management.
  • Diploma in Hotel Management.


The starting salary for fresher hotel management graduates is Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000 depending on the job role.


  1. critical analysis
  2. resourcefulness
  3. self-management
  4. interpersonal skills
  5. leadership
  6. a flexible, creative and independent approach to tasks
  7. the ability to meet deadlines
  8. the capacity to communicate information effectively and clearly
  9. the ability to listen and work productively in a team.


  1. Editor.
  2. Cartoonist.
  3. Photo Journalist.
  4. Proof Reader.
  5. Feature Writer.
  6. Leader Writer.
  7. Correspondent/Special Reporter.
  8. Critic.
  9. Presenters.
  10. Researchers.
  11. Reporter.
  12. Broadcast Reporters.
  13. Columnist.



1.            BA in Journalism - 3 Years of the undergraduate degree program

2.            BA in Journalism and Mass Communication -3 Years of the undergraduate degree program

3.            Bachelor of Journalism -3 Years of the undergraduate degree program

4.            Bachelor of Mass Media and Journalism-3 Years of the undergraduate degree program

5.            Bachelor of Communication and Journalism-3 years of the undergraduate degree program

6.            B.Sc. in Journalism and Mass Communication-3 years of the undergraduate degree program

7.            BA in Media and Communication-3 years of the undergraduate degree program

8.            BA in Media Studies-3 Years undergraduate degree program

9.            BA in Mass Communication-3 Years undergraduate degree program

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