Factors For A Successful Career


For a successful career first and most important thing you require is a vision. You must know where you are going, where you wanted to. Deciding a vision is critical to anyone’s life and you should know more about yourself before deciding a goal. You should consider your interest, like/dislike and capabilities.

How to set a goal, vision?

To answer this I would like to ask another question that how does you decide about your summer trip? I think you consider destination’s attractiveness, the fun you can have there, transportation facility, surrounding, expenses and more. In the same way you can decide a vision for you.

My advice is that you find a peaceful place where you cannot be disturbed. Just rethink once again about yourself and ask that what you wanted to be. Vision is not about detailed plan; it is all about the destination where you wanted to be. You no need to care whether it is realistic or not. You must have a destination, a goal where you wanted to be, which you want to achieve. It can be social, professional or spiritual. Remember a vision motivates you and make you able to imagine happening in your life.

Courage to Execute

Millions of people have ideas but thousands only have been achieved and it was not because ideas were useless it was because of the visionary who has no courage to execute. Once you set a goal for you, you must have courage to execute. Deciding a summer destination is not enough if you won’t gather information related to destination, if you won’t book tickets and hotels to stay. I mean to say once you have decided where you wanted to go, the next you should start working to reach your destination and always remember that everything is achievable, all you need is better effort. So never give up, take help but don’t stop until you reach the place you dreamt of.


It is another important factor for a successful career. You must know the right time to set a goal/another goal or the right time to execute a plan. For example if you have decided to visit Vaishali (Destination) booked ticket/hotels and taken necessary things with you (Shown courage to execute) but failed to find the right timing and went in summer (uneasy weather to visit Vaishali) you won’t enjoy much and after visiting place you might feel that you have not decided a right destination while the fact is your timing was not right. So always remember that you should know about the right time for planning and execution.


And here the luck comes, one of the most discussed topics while talking about someone’s career, right? See luck is nothing but combination of hard work, focus, courage and network. Hard work always gets paid, focus will short the journey of struggle, courage will keep you away from negative elements and network will support you to reach the destination. And so you require luck to have a successful career.

Keep Dreaming and Dream to make this world a better place to live. 🙂



IIT JEE Exam Date Announced

Sunday, May 25, 2014
Paper 1- 9:00 to 12:00hrs
Paper 2- 14:00 to 17:00hrs

**Important Dates-

Opening of web site for Registration for JEE (Advanced) – 2014     May 04, 2014
Closing of web site for Registration for JEE (Advanced) – 2014     May 09, 2014 – 5:00 PM  *
Last Date of receipt of Registration Fee through e-Challan mode only for JEE (Advanced) – 2014        May 12, 2014
JEE (Advanced) – 2014     May 25, 2014
Declaration of Result of JEE (Advanced) – 2014        June 19, 2014
Opening of web site for online filling of choice for various courses in IITs and ISM     June 20, 2014
Closing of web site for online filling of choice for various courses in IITs and ISM     June 24, 2014
Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)     June 26, 2014
Declaration of Result of AAT     June 29, 2014
Web release of 1st round of seat allocation        July 01, 2014
Last Date of Acceptance and Online Payment of Provisional Admission Fee for candidates allocated seats in 1st Round**     July 04, 2014
Web release of 2nd round of seat allocation     July 07, 2014
Last Date of Acceptance and Online Payment of Provisional Admission Fee for candidates allocated seats in 2nd Round**     July 10, 2014
Withdrawal of seat and refund of provisional admission fee     July 09 to 11, 2014
(closes at 5:00 PM on July 11, 2014)
Web release of 3rd round of seat allocation     July 12, 2014
Last Date of Acceptance and Online Payment of Provisional Admission Fee for candidates allocated seats in 3rd Round**     July 14, 2014
(Exam is being conducted by IIT Khadagpur)

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CLAT- Common Law Admission Test

CLAT is a centralised test for admission to prominent National Law Universities in India. The test is taken after the Higher Secondary Examination or the 12th grade for admission to integrated undergraduation programmes in Law and after Graduation in Law for Master of Laws(LL.M) programmes conducted by these law universities. This test was conducted for the first time on 11 May 2008 by NLSIU-Bangalore.[1] A total number of 1037 seats[2] from seven law schools were offered to be filled by the test. The results of the first CLAT were announced on 19 May 2008.[3] The two-hour admission test consists of objective type covering questions on English, general knowledge, basic mathematics, besides legal and logical reasoning.[4] The second CLAT, for the academic year 2009-10, was conducted on 17 May 2009 by Nalsar-hyderabad and subsequently by the preceding NLU(s) according to their establishment.[5]

Today, CLAT has become one of the most competitive admission tests in India with an acceptance rate of only 2% under general merit.

The eligibility requirements are as follows:

Under-Graduate Courses

Senior Secondary School/Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognised Board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC and ST candidates) and an age below 20 years as on 1 July of the year of test (22 years in case of SC and ST candidates). Students whose results are awaited can also appear in the test.

Post-Graduate Courses

LL. B/B. L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in aggregate (50% in case of SC and ST candidates). The candidates who have passed the qualifying degree examination through supplementary/ compartment and repeat attempts are also eligible for appearing in the test and taking admission provided that such candidates will have to produce the proof of having passed the qualifying examination with fifty-five/fifty percent marks, as the case may be, on the date of their admission or within the time allowed by the respective universities

Participating law schools

Name of the Institution Location Year of joining CLAT
National Law School of India University Bangalore 2008
Nalsar University of Law Hyderabad 2008
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences Kolkata 2008
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Patiala 2009
National Law Institute University Bhopal 2008
National Law University, Jodhpur Jodhpur 2008
Hidayatullah National Law University Raipur 2008
Gujarat National Law University Gandhinagar 2008
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University Lucknow 2009
Chanakya National Law University Patna 2009
National University of Advanced Legal Studies Kochi 2009
National University of Study and Research in Law Ranchi 2012
National Law University, Orissa Cuttack 2012
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam Guwahati 2012

Fashion Designing Courses and Eligibility

Fashion designing  is the applied art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories.. This art is influenced by cultural and social attitudes and varied over time and place. It is one of the most lucrative, appealing, glamorous and exciting career options in today’s world. If you have a penchant for creativity, style and originality, a career in fashion designing is the one tailor made for you.
Let us have a look over the programmes (offered by National Institute of fashion designing) you can opt and make a career in the world of fashion of fashion.
Eligibility- 10+2 from any recognized Board of Education
Accessory Design            Knitwear Design
Fashion Communication        Leather Design
Fashion Design                Textile Design
Eligibility- 10+2 with PCM from any recognized board of education

Design Space is an advanced course that demands an understanding of fundamentals in design and presupposes that candidates would be familiar with the basic skills and theories for successful completion of the programme.
Eligibility – Undergraduate Degree from any Institute/University recognised by law in India or Diploma in UG Design from NIFT / NID only.
Master of Fashion Management
Eligiblitiy: Undergraduate Degree from any Institute/ University recognised by law in India or Undergraduate Diploma of minimum three years duration from NIFT / NID.
MASTER PROGRAMME (M.FTech.) – TECHNOLOGY Master of Fashion Technology
Eligibility:- B.FTech. from NIFT or B.E / B.Tech from any Institute / University recognised by law in India.

Apart from above said programmes there are many other degree, diploma and certificate programmes you can pursue from different universities or from autonomous bodies.

List of Some other Fashion Designing Programs.

B.Sc In (Fashion Designing/Interior Designing/Product Designing)

Eligibility- Any candidate with 50% marks at PUC can join this course.The duration for this course is 3 Years. Many of universities in India are offering this degree.

B Tech in Leather Technology: B.Tech in leather technology is a bachelor degree course. Leather technology is a branch of engineering which deals with synthesis, production and refining of leather so that it can be efficient use. It also deals with the synthesis of artificial leather and its efficient use to make commercial goods. It is comparatively a new branch which is gaining much importance in industries.

Eligibility– Any candidate with 50% marks at PUC can join this course.The duration for this course is 4 Years. Many of universities in India are offering this degree.

M Tech in Leather Technology
Duration: 1 year and 6 months.
Eligibility: who has completed his B Tech in Leather technology

Diploma program in Leather Processing, Leather Goods and Footwear

It’s a 2 Year program. Any students who have passed or who will appear for qualifying examinations under the Higher Secondary (10+2) can apply for this.

Note- Students are advised to ensure the authenticity of institution and quality of program before they join course. You may feel free to contact EduTech Guide for More Information.

To Know more on Career in Fashion Designing you may also read this post.


Career in Fasion Designing

ftFashion designing  is the applied art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories.. This art is influenced by cultural and social attitudes and varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories such as bracelets and necklace, because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, must at times anticipate changing consumer tastes.

Fashion designing is one of the most lucrative, appealing, glamorous and exciting career options in today’s world. If you have a penchant for creativity, style and originality, a career in fashion designing is the one tailor made for you. On one hand, the fashion industry satisfies both the creative fancies and the materialistic needs of the people. On the other hand, it promises glamour, fame, success and a high pay package to the talented people.

However, it is also a demanding career, as fashion designers need to combine their creativity with managerial skills to sustain in this industry. Thus, if you can create magic with colours, shapes and designs, then just obtain a professional course to begin a successful career in the alluring world of fashion designing.


To start a career as a fashion designer, two types of qualifications are required, that is, natural and acquired.

Natural: this skill set would comprise of a decent aesthetic sense, colour expertise, good taste and sense of trends and fashion. An eye for detail, knowledge of fabrics and so on is a big plus for those serious about a career as a fashion designer.

Acquired skills would be a qualification from a decent, recognized fashion Institute. You can enrol for either a full-time course or a part time certificate course. Students usually take these up after their 10+2 level. Not that the courses are not available for graduates or people with higher qualification. There are several short-term certificate courses that are offered by the same fashion institutes for super specialization, on part-time basis. These courses equip you with technical and creative thinking skills.

Start Early

The word ‘fashion’ immediately conjures up images of glitz and glamour. The onset of the International fashion market in India has given an impetus to the fashion industry which has emerged as the booming industry and a career as a fashion designer is like a pot of gold. So, many young people who are attracted by these attributes decide to foray into the fashion industry.

While the academic requirements are not very high, you need considerable aptitude and talent to be labelled “designer” material. You must be highly creative to combine colours, shades and textures and express your ideas through sketches.

Your race for admission into a reputed fashion school will begin straight after school. Subjects like drawing, painting, home science and computer graphics will develop your creativity.

By the time you finish the course you will have mastered the step-by-step making of a garment: from designing to pattern making, production and even marketing.

Is it the right career for me?

A career in fashion designing is right for you if you are talented and exude style in everything you do. You must also possess the ability be original and creative and love to make people look good.
Further, you must be creative enough to combine colours, shades and textures and express your ideas through sketches. You must also visualise new design, patters, garments and accessories and enjoy working with fabrics and accessories.

If you have all this and more in you then you are all, set to step into the arena of fashion designing.

What would it Cost Me?

The fee structure varies from institution to institution. However, on an average you will have to dish out more than Rs. 45,000 per annum to complete a course in Fashion Designing from a reputed institution.


Some fashion academies extend merit based scholarships.  These scholarships usually waive off payment of tuition fee only. These waivers continue in the subsequent year(s) on the condition that the awardees academic performance meets the prescribed standards of achievement.

The criterion of these scholarship programmes is based on the annual income of the eligible student’s parental annual income. There are a few scholarships sponsored by reputed companies for meritorious and financially deserving students. Scholarship awardees also get educational loan facility to cover other payable fee and expenses.

Job Prospect

In India, the fashion industry has just begun to come of age, as it is still in its fledgling stage. This industry offers plenty of opportunities for talented hard working and enthusiastic people. Prospects for fashion design graduates are pretty good thanks to the huge and still growing demand for “designer wear” and the equally outsized quantity of exports.

After successful completion of the course, you can remain self employed. Alternatively, several export houses, garment store chains, textile mills, leather companies, boutiques, fashion show organizers, jewellery houses and media houses recruit professionals interested in a career in fashion designing.

Pay Packet

The Starting monthly package can be around Rs.10, 000 to Rs.15, 000. With experience, you will acquire maturity in designing skills and a few years down the line your salary would be in the range of Rs.30, 000 to Rs.40, 000 per month. Of course, if you become a reputed designer you could demand the world.

Great fashion designers salary always shows an upward moving trend. However, hard work and a conscious effort to update the latest trends in the fashion industry are imperative.

Demand and Supply

Economically India is progressing rapidly today with even better future prospects. Therefore, the country is today witnessing rapid growth in many sectors which includes the fashion industry.

Indian fashion is gaining a lot of popularity abroad because of cheap labour and excellent craftsmanship. Many top Indian designers are now catering to this growing international demand for quality fashion products and accessories. In addition, for the demand for Indian garments, designer saris and textiles are also of great demand.

Many individuals choose careers in fashion designing today as there are many areas of work and countless opportunities within this field.

Market Watch

The scope for fashion design jobs in India is immense as Indians have increasingly become more fashion conscious and seek to enhance it in every way. Clothing companies need to hire people in a variety of jobs, ranging from fashion designers, textile designers, models, retailers, buyers and merchandisers, to provide end-to-end solutions to their clients.

According to a recent study, the India’s fashion designing industry aims to grow to Rs.1, 000 crores from the current to Rs.180 crores within the next 5 to 10 years.

International Focus

Better prospectus both in terms of salary and growth of fashion design jobs is enormous and extends beyond India’s markets to international markets too. Indian fashion designers are doing very well in almost all countries and hence the scope has broadened for students of fashion designing.

Fashion designers such as Ritu Beri, Ritu Kumar, Rohit Bal, Satya Paul and Tarun Tahiliani are known worldwide. Many Institutions provide training to potential fashion designers to expand their talent and become entrepreneurs in the fashion world. The India Fashion Week has become an international fashion event, with buyers from international stores making an appearance to transact business.

With more and more Indians dressing up and focused on looking good, there is an increasing awareness about fashion in India. The Indian fashion industry is booming. The domestic Indian Textile market is worth $25 billion today and growing at an annual rate of 15-20%.

Mega Malls are mushrooming all over. The Retail sector is witnessing a virtual explosion with the Ambanis, Mittals, Birlas and now, the Tatas making a foray in this sector. The fashion market will require thousands of trained professionals in the fields of design, management, communication and technology.



• The scope of fashion design is such that it’s cut out for success.
• There are some glamorous aspects to this business, you may get to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, but reaching there is absolute hard work.


• Fashion designers need a lot of experience and hence they have to work as assistant for any reputed fashion design firm in the initial phase.
• You might want to set up your own studio but you will need a lot of money or have to find investors who are ready to invest in your studio.
• Unless you have some hands on experience, it is hard to get investors.

Different roles, different names

As a professional fashion designer, you can work in areas like designer wear production, fashion marketing, planning and concept management. Then there is fashion media, design production management, fashion accessory design, quality control and promotion of brands.

You can also work as a designated costume designer, fashion consultant, personal stylist, technical designer, graphic designer, production pattern maker or a fashion coordinator.

Other roles include: apparel production manager, fabric buyer, fabric quality control manager, show room sales representative, illustrator, cutting assistant and outside sales representative. Those interested in a career in fashion designing can also become entrepreneurs and form their own companies.

Top Companies

1. Fashion houses run by top fashion designers such as: Abu Jani, JJ Valaya, Manish Malhotra, Neeta Lulla, Rina Dhaka, Ritu Beri, Ritu Kumar, Rohit Bal,  Sandeep Khosla, Tarun Tahiliani and so on.

2. Top notch garment and textile export houses

3. Textile and fabric manufacturing units

4. Exclusive and branded fashion showrooms

Tips for getting Hired

1. Make a great portfolio that showcases your creative talents

2. Apprenticeship under a well-known designer is desirable for getting hired in this industry

3. Thoroughly research the market before making a foray into it

4. Do freelancing for fashion houses and boutiques

5. Be creative, exclusive and innovative

6. Don’t be impulsive and impatient

7. Don’t get disheartened by rejections, understand your drawbacks and work on it

8. Start affordable and once you have proved yourself, you can go for the stars

Pharmacy Education In India

Pharmacy is the science and technique of preparing as well as dispensing drugs and medicines. It is a health profession that links health sciences with chemical sciences and aims to ensure the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs.

The field of pharmacy can generally be divided into three primary disciplines:Pharmacy

  1. Pharmaceutics and Pharmacognosy :-Pharmaceutics is the discipline of pharmacy that deals with the process of turning a new chemical entity (NCE) into a medication to be used safely and effectively by patients. It is also called the science of dosage form design. Whereas Pharmacognosy is the study of medicines derived from natural sources.
  2. Pharmacy practice :- Areas of pharmacy practice include Disease-state management, Clinical interventions, Professional development, Pharmaceutical care, Extemporaneous pharmaceutical compounding, Health psychology, Patient care, Drug abuse prevention, Prevention of drug interactions, including drug-drug interactions or drug-food interactions, Prevention (or minimization) of adverse events, Incompatibility, Drug discovery and evaluation and Community Pharmacy.
  3. Pharmacy Practice Research- Pharmacy practice research is a specialty within the wider area of health services research. As such its aims are similar but the context is limited to settings where pharmacists are employed or medicines are prescribed, supplied or used. It examines how and why people access pharmacy services, how much care costs, and what happens to patients as a result of this care. It is research which seeks to understand and optimize the way professionals, patients and the public think about and access medicines and pharmacy services.


India has unique distinction that the 1st pharmacy college in Asia was started in GOA, in the year 1842, by the Portuguese. In 1932, Prof. Mahadev Lal Schroff( Called as father of Pharmacy Education in India) started a pharmacy college/department at the Banaras Hindu University.  Since then picture has changed drastically and in the last couple of years we have seen a tremendous rise in the number of pharmacy colleges considering the huge demand.
Now around 600 colleges are offering diploma whereas more than 400 colleges are offering degree in Pharmacy.
Regulation of Pharmacy Education
Formal pharmacy education began over prior to Independence. Soon after independence, the Pharmacy Act, 1948 was enacted to regulate the profession of pharmacy.
The pharmacy Diplomas (D.Pharm) are awarded by various Boards of Technical Education, Controlled by the State Governments. The details of curriculum and evaluation are given by the PCI(Pharmacy Council of India.)
The B.Pharm and M.Pharm education is under direct control of the different universities. The respective universities decide the details of the curriculum and evaluation. The degrees are awarded by the universities. The AICTE lays down various guidelines and curriculum outline to conduct the degrees.
(For More Information please visit http://www.pci.nic.in)
Eligibility & Course Requirement
Diploma in Pharmacy (D.Pharm) – Minimum Requirement for Admission: 10+2 with Science-  2 Year Full Time course + 500hrs Training
Possibilities after D.Pharm- A person who has completed D.Pharm can be employed as a registered Pharmacist in a community pharmacy or a hospital pharmacy. It is the minimum qualification to practice pharmacy; therefore, it is mandatory that all dispensing of prescription medicines has to be done under the supervision of a pharmacist only.  He/She can also work as a medical representative & also work in the industry.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) – Minimum Requirement for Admission:  10+2 PCM/PCB/PCMB + CET wherever applicable – 4 Year Full Time course.
Possibilities after B.Pharm: As per the present curriculums in India, B.Pharm degree mainly prepares the candidate to work in the pharmaceutical industry. The course structure of the degree includes practical training in the pharmaceutical industry environment. A pharmacist having B.Pharma is also eligible to practice pharmacy in community or in hospital.
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.) – Requirement for Admission:  10+2 PCM/PCB/PCMB/D.Pharm or B.Pharm(Lateral Entry in 4th Year), 6 Year Full Time course including 1 Year Hospital Internship. This course was announced in 2008. It includes five years of clinical and community based theory with ward rounds and one year internship in hospitals.
Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm) – Requirement for Admission: B.Pharm on Merit, 2 Years full time course which includes 1 Year Research work.

Ph.D in Pharmacy– Minimum Requirement- M.Pharma, Full Time/Part Time Program Minimum 3 Years

Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Pharmacy Practice
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Regulatory Affairs
Quality Assurance


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