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    Excellent courses which are easy to get admission to but difficult to pass out of

    Nowadays the cost of education is unbridled as well as the field of study is spread far and wide. So naturally, students and guardians are upset about the direction of education. What to read and where to read it has become an acute problem. In such a situation, a large demand is to do a good course at a low cost, after which one can easily get a government or any other good job and of course, one can get admission easily.

    Here I am detailing some courses like undergraduate courses - various Engineering Diploma Polytechnic, ITI, Nursing. Post Graduate Courses like CA, CMA, 2-years PG Diploma in Personnel Management & IR, etc. Where there is no competition for admission, the cost is low but there is no dearth of jobs if passed. If you know of any other such courses please share them here.
  • #763463
    That is true. These days the cost of education is very high and there is no surety that after completing the course one will get a job in a good firm with a decent salary. So people wanted to go for courses which are having more potential for getting a job. That is the reason why we are witnessing a mad rush towards engineering courses in IT and software. There are no takers for civil, electrical and mechanical courses.
    The very purpose of education these days is to get a good job, That is why many new courses are being designed and new skills are also developed. Parents and students are trying to get into such courses and complete them at the earliest possible so that they will get absorbed immediately. There is a lot of confusion prevailing among the student community and parent community in selecting and deciding on the course.
    There are many courses where you can get admitted easily and also can be finished easily and even getting a job also is not that difficult. Diploma in Engineering and ITI are such courses. The availability of jobs will be good and the salary levels will be on the lower side. But CA and ICWA courses are tough but once they finish these courses they will earn good amounts either through job or self-employment.

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  • #763465
    Education cost has multiplied manifold these days and as such many guardians cannot think of higher education in the field of engineering or medicines for the management quota due to their prohibitive charges. Despite enjoying these high paying educations, there is no guarantee of immediate absorption in the job sectors due to prevalence of stiff competition.
    Hence it is better for look for such courses which could be affordable and within the means of the guardians. Moreover there would be constant demand for these trades such as welders, fitters, draftsman, electrician etc. Fee structures are within the reach of guardians and there is always the demand of these trades.
    If the aspirants have the flair for Company Secretary, Charted Accountancy or AMIE, they can try one with less investments. Doing B.Ed through IGNOU is not a bad idea to carry on this course through their better course structure and guidance. This course has wide acceptance in the schools for their excellent course materials.

  • #763467
    CA is a long course and one has to do sustained efforts in passing out it but as regards the ITI and engineering diploma courses are considered they are not so tough to pass out. Nursing is also not a very tough course. These course are good in the sense that job security is more after acquiring them. Actually higher education is not for everyone. It is only for those who are meritorious and get good scores and then can go for some research work or qualify in some competitive exam targeting good job positions. Students should accept this reality well ahead of time and switch to the lower level courses as mentioned in this post. Instead of wasting a long time in getting higher education and secure low marks and then struggle for a good job it would be better to go for the lower level course and settle for a job and career making in that itself. In today's situation it would be better to do a self assessment and then take an appropriate decision in one's career making.
    Knowledge is power.

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