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    Procedure to get better career after completion of B.Tech with 82%? Should i go for Ph.d or certification course?

    Hello everyone,

    I have overall experience of two years in Retail Banking Operations with Axis Bank Ltd but I have left the job in the month of Feb 2011 for Government Job exams preparation. Now, I want to join private sector bank/organization of repute as my all Government Bank exams are over but no organization is considering gap of 8-9 months right now.
    Having MBA Finance with 70% marks as highest degree after completion of B.Tech with 82% marks.
    Could you please suggest what procedure should be followed for better career and job with such a big gap for example-should I go for PhD(but it will take so much time approximately 3-5 years), or certification courses like IFRS, Tally ERP 9, SAP.
    Waiting for your response.

    Thanks & Regards
    Pallavi Shukla

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    Re: Procedure to get better career after completion of B.Tech with 82%? Should i go for Ph.d or certification course?

    hi dude


    nice questions i never heared such questions,the question itself has answer itself..you selected nice route also

    dont wait,you have all qualification,have time,have experience in that sector,preprae for bank exams...

    ibps conducting common written examination for 19 banks..now ibps published their regional rural banks recruitment notifications


    apply soon

    gud luck

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    Re: Procedure to get better career after completion of B.Tech with 82%? Should i go for Ph.d or certification course?

    Hi Pallavi,

    I would suggest that if you are interested in teaching jobs, then only you should finalize the decision of PhD.
    As you are aware that PhD normally takes 3-5 years, which may put in more pressure.
    Its good that you are preparing for Govt sector jobs and try to get a part time job if possible because its true that
    many companies or organisations consider the career gap as negative parameter.

    The trainings which you have mentioned will only help if you want to go to technical field. So in my opinion if you can get a part time job
    whose experience you can show, then you should join tht job and keep preparing for govt exam.

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