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Date: 02 May 2016   Posted By: hari prasad cr     Group: Education    Category: Professional Courses   

I am a BTech dropout. Because of some health issue I couldn't complete my studies. Can you suggest any course below 15K so that I can earn upto 12K per month. The job could be like excel course, call centre etc.
Can you suggest a suitable course?
Experts: do advice.


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Author: yogesh    02 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Hello Hari,

Hope your health will be good now. actually there are many kinds of courses available now a days. Only you have to find that in which you are actually interested. like for example if you want to be a web developer than go for HTML/CSS or PHP programming language courses this will cost to under 15k and also gives you good opportunity in the field of IT and your starting package if you are skilled will be atleast 12000 per month, but my suggestion is try anyhow to complete your graduation at least otherwise it will impact your future opportunities. Many companies pay less salary only because of your qualifications.

So first try to figure out in which industry you want to go then only search for the course related to that particular industry and after completing that course grow your skills and skills is the only key to get hired in any industry.



Author: Pawan Kumar    02 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

Animation, Photography, graphics design, basic programming, banking, V.J, MCSE, R. J, java, C++, Accounting, Tally, DCA, PGDCA, Master of Finance & Control, CPA, Certified Financial Planner, fashion desigining, mobile repairing, Certificate Course in Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Nautical Science, Certificate course in Physical Education, Basic School Teacher Course, Certificate course in Public Relations are short term courses.

Author: [Anonymous]    02 May 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 7  (Rs 7)    Voting Score: 0

In your query you didn't mention which type of problem. I mean if you are physically unhealthy and now fit to do any job? Like the work which we can do sitting in front the system, call centre/ representative, teaching, marketing, and journalist etc can do?
If you want to do a job like sitting in front of the system, then choose BPO, KPO jobs, medical representative (6-12 months course depends on your capability) where you can earn while learning, software jobs based on HTML, CSS, PHP (but professional certificate is necessary minimum degree).
Now, you are free from all your illness then why don't you complete your studies again? I think it will be better for your future and entire your lifetime. If you are really interested in business then go for creative jobs and become a start-up. Meanwhile, try to take up part time jobs like journalist, broadcaster etc.
Even you can prepare for government jobs with Inter qualification. If you complete your engineering degree then you may go for UPSC jobs. Chances are more once you complete engineering degree and master's degree. Later you can go for research at anytime in your lifespan.


Author: Sheo Shankar Jha    02 May 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0

I am really pained to know your past health - condition. Since you are interested to join any relevant course which would upgrade your qualification. Your qualification would vary depending upon your passion in a particular field.
You have indicated Call - centre as one of your choices. In that case, it will be benificial for you to acquire a graduation - degree giving much emphasis on learning spoken and written English. Actually for the Call- centre job, one should have fine perception in English - language so that you can converse with the clients effectively to get the result. Moreover, a graduation degree is essential in order to get promotion for the higher posts in the Call- centre.
Similarly, if you want to join in IT field, you need to carry out some diploma in Java, HTML or Oracle.
In order to get entry in Banking jobs, you must be a graduate and must have strong back ground in Mathematics and must have familiarity with the current general - knowledge, so that you may qualify the competitive tests conducted by the Banking - authorities.
Hence choose qualification depending upon your area of interest.


Author: Mahesh    02 May 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0

There are many courses but the job assurance for specific amount of money from any course is not likely to be realistic.

For example, you can do programming course but there is no job assurance even for 10K. You have to struggle on that front. You have to work on your skills and get any random job in between.

So if your assumption is that any course will make you employable then that thinking is dangerous. Job market usually works on the basis of nepotism, referrals and other ways to get into the company for work.

You can do courses in programming which are under 10K. And this should give you some skill to get the jobs which pay enough initially. And then you can go ahead and make more money based on your years of experience.

Assuming you don't want to get into IT. You have other options like animation, voice based call center, non voice based call center and few others. I suggest you to check these options. It'd definitely help you make better decisions.


Author: [Anonymous]    03 May 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

I would suggest you to complete your degree course first. Because without holding any degree your professional progress will not be good.
If you have some sort of problems, you may consider short term courses from institutes giving job guarantee like NIIT. Here you can select the course of your interest related to computer like animation, programming, languages, etc.

Some private banks like ICICI also gives training and then appoint candidates as employee. I do not think that bank jobs are bad.

Call centre job s can be done along with your studies and these jobs have good pay scales. But these jobs are solely based on your English language competency. So judge your skills and may join English classes if required.


Author: DEEPANKAR DAS    03 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 1  (Rs 1)    Voting Score: 0

How are you? I hope you are well.
You said that you are BTECH drop out student.
So, I think that you are +2sc passout student. You must do BSc(+3Sc.) or BCA in the Govt.college or University.
You must complete your degree. Govt. college or govt. Institute has lower tution fees that can be affordable.






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