Mayu, you haven't mentioned your age. EWS criteria states that the annual income from all sources should not exceed 8 lakhs. If you are not married, your parents income will also be considered. But if you are married, you will be considered a different entity.
Shalini, you may have to go the conventional way of reaching out to hospitals like super specialty or multi specialty hospitals for opportunities. You may sign up for Professional Networking sites like LinkedIn or Glassdoor for opportunities. You may as well try for opportunities in MNCs for their health care projects.
Information Technology is popular and high paying career in India and it is due to the passion and interest students carry outwardly towards the IT industry and the technology involved. More and more students are taking it as their pursuit and career and therefore, the demand and supply both is growing consistently. The subject and the discourse has become an important aspect of human life itself which has made it a necessary field to pursue. The knowledge in the field is always innovating and is, therefore, endless and never obsolete. It has increased the knowledge bank on every individual. It is a field which is instilling innovation in the population and also encouraging research-based projects and exploration of new horizons where ideas are created and curated to develop new technology and there is a constant hype regarding the same. The aspirants are made to solve complicated issues which comprise of multidisciplinary approaches to the field including business, science, medicine, and education sector.
It is easy for a person with a graduation degree in B.Tech in Information Technology to become an IT engineer. This career pays well as well. It is full of new opportunities and currently, the requirement in India for It engineers is also high due to the emerging global aspect of the field in the country and a global presence which has been established in the recent past. These engineers can contribute to various departments like design, development, assembly, manufacture and maintenance, etc. as part of their area of interest which has developed in the field.
IT sector today is anyways influencing other sectors and industries becoming a comprehensive field. The impact may be direct or indirect but it has led to a great deal of change in the ideas presented in the industry. Various sectors such as healthcare, aviation, education, manufacturing sector, telecommunications sector, various Government initiatives and Departments etc. have become a part and parcel of the same and have been giving out employment in the IT industry.
Also, some jobs graduates of It can look into are-
Also, there are a lot of entrepreneurs who are encouraging jobs and are recruiting IT graduates. If you are looking for a work environment which requires your hard work and creativity, you should look into startups which are emerging and making space for themselves steadily. You can even formulate the idea of starting your own company or startup or firm which may cater to the needs of any type of clients as IT is inclusive in that way. If you are not able to get a job immediately, try interning and gaining some experience for a much better future.
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UGC NET or National Eligibility Test is one of the toughest exams in India. The eligibility criteria for the same is as follows:
NET exam qualifies you to be a lecturer in many colleges and universities and the candidates who have the highest scores are provided junior research fellowship in many institutes. So, the scope is the best in the field of education and research. You can also become a Book Editor and Author and also a project manager in Pol. Science.
The average salary of assistant professor in India after clearing the NET exam is Rs.45000 per month. After you become an associate professor, you will be getting around Rs. 80000. In private institutions, the salary varies from Rs. 35000 and Rs. 60000 per month. For government institutes, the salary is around Rs. 70000 per month for assistant professor. If you have PhD., your pay will increase considerably.
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Since you are new to the city of Manipal, it might take some time for you to get adjusted with the environment and surrounding. Also, no worries if you have issues with their mother tongue, you can always communicate in Hindi or English with the people around you. Also, to get a job it is expected that the student shouldn't score below 60%. Therefore, it is absolutely alright if you scored 61% without any backlog in any of the subjects. Try scoring better next time by working hard. Ask for doubts to the teachers and get it cleared. Study on regular basis. Make sure you don't go below 60% and that you do not have any backlog.
To do a job at such an early age is a good idea but it's better if you first earn a bachelor's degree or a diploma and then go for jobs. However, you can go for part time jobs at BPOs or you can go for freelance opportunities according to the skills you have. There are lot of freelance work providing websites you can google the site.
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There are many opportunities in government sector for the petroleum engineering. Because India is the biggest country with exports the refined products of crude oil like petrol and diesel.
So you can get jobs in these companies and there are opportunities other than this also.
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