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Answer 41- For making your career in Banking you should be minimum a graduate in any field. The banks conducts exams for recruitment.
Question 42 What is the minimum eligibility for Aeronautical Engineering?
Answer - For this you should be a minimum 10 + 2 with science stream and high percentage of marks in Science subjects and qualifying exam (JEE).
To be an aeronautical engineer you should be a BE/B.Tech. in aeronautics. The Madras Institute of Technology offers a year postgraduate programme in aeronautical engineering for B.Sc. students. One can also study for M.Tech. and Ph.D. in aeronautics from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Those who have passed the Associate membership exam conducted by ASI (Aeronautical Society of India), which is at par with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering, can also become aeronautical engineers. It is possible to take a degree in electronics or physics to work in this field and leave more options open

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 42- Courses in advertising can be done after 10+2 or after graduation. A degree or diploma in advertising / graphic designing / marketing / commercial arts can help you enter this challenging field of marketing.
Today advertising is one of the most glamorous and well paid professions where you can show your creativity. Apart from the print media, there are great job opportunities in this field in advertising firms, market research, commercial radio & television channels and the advertising department of the big corporate and industrial houses.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 43- The minimum eligibility is 10+2 or equivalent with at least 50% marks and the age limit is below 20 years as on 1st July of the year of admission (SC/ST- 22) the selection is through All India Admission Test which is held in May  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 44- The study of home science offers career options of many kinds. Production jobs, Technical Jobs, Teaching Jobs, Sales Jobs, Service jobs, or research Jobs are Popular Jobs.
Production Jobs -The jobs cover Dress Making, Food Preservation and specialized cooking. Many graduates of home science enter the field of textile designing, fashion designing and dress manufacturing, or work in production unit of the food industry, hotels etc.
Technical jobs- These include jobs of research assistants, food analysts, demonstrators, food scientists etc. in the manufacturing industries.
Teaching jobs- B.Sc Home Science a recognized qualification for a pre-primary and primary school teaching. Home science post graduates also take up teaching assignments in senior secondary school and home science colleges.
Sales jobs- Sale promotion of food products, baby foods, ready to cook foodstuffs is often assigned to home science graduates who are equipped with the relevant knowledge. Sales jobs in the garment sector too are open to Home Science graduates.
Service jobs- Supervision and maintenance of house-keeping departments of hotels, tourist resorts, catering units, fast food joints etc. are some service options.
Research jobs-Research extension workers are involved in educating special segment of the population e.g. mothers or farmers of the special food value of certain food stuffs.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 45- These days forensic science is the most popular field in investigation services and is a very important part of it. For this you have to be minimum 10+2 pass. The main specialization area are as follows:-
You should have an aptitude for scientific and systematic investigationis required by forensic experts. An enquiring mind, logic, curiosity, systematic work habits are essential for working in this field.
The main colleges which conduct the course are as follows:-
? Manipur University, Canchipur, -Imphal
? University of Punjab, chandigarh
? Panjabi University, Patiala
? Dr. Hari Singh gour vishwavidyalaya, Gour nagar, sagar.
? University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
? Karnataka University, pavate Nagar, Dharwad.
? Dr. Bhim RaoAmbedkar University, Agra
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 46- The Chartered Accountancy course is conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, which has its Headquarters in New Delhi, 5 regional offices (Calcutta, Kanpur, Madras, Mumbai and New Delhi) and 81 branches under these regional centres. In order to become a member of this Institute, a candidate needs to Pass the intermediate and final examinations of the institute.
The Foundation course Introduced by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, this course was created for candidates passing their 10+2 with any subject but can be taken along with graduate/post-graduate studies (eligibility rules vary). It is a 1-year programme done through correspondence. Once a student registers, they are sent the study materials and he/she has the option of either self-study or attending classes organised by accredited institutions (thereby, exempting themselves from taking test papers under the postal tuition scheme). At the end of the study/course period of 12 months, a foundation examination is given in four 3-hour papers in Fundamentals of Accounting, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics and Mercantile Law. On passing this examination, candidates can apply for articleship with a practicing CA.
On completion of the training, the candidates need to gain membership to the ICAI before they can start practicing as a CA. A member wishing to practice in India or abroad needs to obtain a Certificate of Practice from the ICAI, the yearly fee of which is Rs. 400. Once membership is taken, the practicing member cannot work in any other business or occupation without taking permission from the council; they are only permitted to work in areas as specified in the CA regulations. More information on enrollment or the examinations can be requested from the Institute's offices or the Headquarters at Indraprastha, New Delhi OR the Board of Studies, C1 - Sector 1, Noida - 201301
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 47- After 10+2 you can apply in various prestigious agricultural engineering colleges in India. After successfully completion the four years degree course will be awarded with the bachelor of engineering / bachelor of technology degrees, through which they can apply for various positions in the agricultural field either in government or in private sector. Similarly, as per your qualification you can also pursue the other agricultural courses.
Before choosing the career in agriculture the person should have a bottomless interest and pledge to the growth of this sector. There are so many career options in the field of agriculture i.e. Farming and Horticulture, Agricultural Engineering, Research in Agriculture, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Journalism, Agricultural Scientists, Agribusiness, Agroindustry, Agriculture Management (MBA) etc. and such qualified persons can absorbs either in agricultural industry or in government / private sector in the various field of agriculture with high ranks.
There are so many employment opportunities for agriculture graduates in the banking sector also. The prestigious banks in India such as Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India and other nationalised banks absorbs such agriculture graduates in their organisation as Field Officers, Probationary Officers (Agriculture), Rural Development Officers etc. and there is also a chance to serve in abroad as per their specialisation.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 48- Language proficiency is an added advantage in many professions but in some professions it is an additional requirement like travel agency, airlines, hoteliering, marketing etc. In some professions it is essential e.g. translators, interpretors, language teacher, foreign embassies and the U.N.O. Translators are also employed by the government, research organisations, intelligence organisations, airlines, export agencies, trade fair organisations and the service sectors. Some linguists also work part time.  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 49- Armed forces not only include combat forces but also include supporting forces such as doctors, nurses, engineers, accountants, logistic experts, legal experts, administrative staff etc. For joining the combat forces one must be physically and mentally fit, possess an ability to endure harsh conditions, have perseverance, dedication, discipline and must put the nation above anything else. Combat forces often have to spend long periods of time away from their families. For the supporting forces also the same characteristics are applicable but they do not have to participate in actual combat. A career in the Armed Forces holds promise of honour, glory, privileged life style and a high standing in society. The three branches of the Armed Forces, the Army, Navy and Air Force, work in perfect co-ordination, complementing each other's work to defend the country's integrity. The nature of work in the Armed Forces is diverse and covers a wide range of disciplines such as physics, mathematics, electronics, law, economics, and education. The Armed Forces is divided into three main branches: The Army, The Navy, and The Air Force.  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Answer 50- Horticulture is primarily concerned with the control of the plant's growth environment usually in green houses or plant beds. This is done by controlling soil, water and temperature. Plant propagation is the most important activity for horticulturists. Propagation refers to increasing the numbers of the plant while at the same time preserving its essential characteristics. Propagation is both sexual and asexual (or vegetative). Seed technologists work in the field of sexual propagation. Seed technologists are involved in breeding, genetics, transportation and storage of seeds. Horticulturists specializing in vegetative propagation work in tissue culture, grafting, layering and developing disease-resistant varieties.
Water management and conservation, soil management, plant pathology, entomology (the study of insects), weed control and pest controls are other areas of work. Pest controls experts work with either chemical or natural pesticides. Some horticulturists specialize in the use of plant growth hormones or auxins. Many horticulturists take up research with leading educational institutions and export houses.
 
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