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Beauty & WellnessIn this episode, Mugdha Shetye talks about the field of beauty and wellness. Hair-styling, Acne, Spa, Manicure, Pedicure, Waxing, Threading are some of the familiar names and if you are interested in these areas then you can consider Beauty and Wellness as a Career. A person who works in this industry is generally called as beauticians. The job of the beautician is to make others look beautiful and attractive. There is no dearth of beauty conscious people in Indian cities and towns today. Thus, people visit beauty parlor or salons in order to maintain and improve their appearance. Areas of specialization include skin care, Haircare, and beauty consultancy. As the word counseling is popular nowadays people are consulting to how to maintain, look or appear good.
To enter this profession there are not Bachelor’s or Master’s Courses. It is essential to gain hands-on experience under trained professionals. But there are definitely some private or autonomous institutes offering certificate, diploma or advanced diploma courses in beauty and hair care. Certain traits that you to possess are pleasing personality, humble, gentle, sensitive, good communication skills, understand client’s requirement and give the best service to the client’s requirements. Also, you need to maintain cleanliness and hygiene and be presentable. You also need to have fine hand motor c-ordination as a lot of precision is required while doing makeup and hair-styling. You can apply or work in entertainment and media industry as a hair stylist, cosmetology instructor or image consultant or practice on your own or get into counseling and consulting or you can also work in spa and salons. Beauty care industry traditionally used to be run by women but the acceptance has grown for it and can be a venture for men to enter.
Financial Engineering USAIn this episode Ms. Kunjal Sakhrani talks about Financial Engineering as a career option for students. Students are always confused if they should do MS or MBA. And if MS, what are the different options available for them other than the traditional masters ...There are many options available and one of them is financial engineering.
Financial Engineering is a multidisciplinary field where engineering, programming, mathematics & financial theory are integrated together. The subject also applies technical methods from mathematical finance and computational finance. It is also known as financial mathematics, quantitative finance or computational finance. Despite its name, Financial Engineering does not belong to any of the fields in traditional engineering. In the United States, Financial Engineering programs are accredited by the International Association of Financial Engineers.
Students interested in pursuing this field must be strong in calculus, computer programming, linear algebra, equations, probability, and statistics. Most Financial Engineering programs are offered only at the post graduate level, although there are a few undergraduate degrees as well: To apply to the colleges in USA, you will require SAT score for a Bachelors degree and a GRE score for a Masters program. Other requirements include official academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal essays, statement of purpose and financial documents. Additionally international students will also need to provide a proof of English proficiency Test in the form of TOEFL or IELTS.
Tuition fees for undergraduate degrees will range from US$35000 to 50000 per year and for master’s degree will be between US$45000 and 60000 per year. Scholarships are available in various colleges, mostly for post graduate studies. The Financial Engineering programs are considered to be elite programs with high admission standards. Financial Engineering graduates are highly sought after in the job market. Some of the top universities for Financial Engineering are, University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, Cornell University, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
Financial Engineering graduates are typically inclined towards quantitative roles in investment banks, commercial banks, hedge fund companies, financial & database software suppliers, asset management firms and financial services advisory firms. The role of the quantitative analyst is growing rapidly, so as the field of financial engineering developed and evolved. Hope you have enjoyed watching this episode. For more such informative episodes, please keep watching Career Growth...
Career in MechatronicsSwati Salunkhe talks about a different, new and challenging branch of engineering Mechatronics. From Computer hard drives to washing machines to medical devices to coffee machines, it is all round us. Mechatronics is a design process that includes a combination of mechanical, electrical, telecommunication, and computer engineering. Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of engineering. It is one of the most dynamic developing fields of technology and science. Examples of Mechatronics systems are robots, digitally controlled combustion engines, machine tools with self adaptive tools, contact free magnetic bearings and automated guided vehicles. The striking example of Mechatronics is the development of the Mars rover used by NASA to take samples and photographs of the Martian surface. To enter the field one need to be from Science stream in class 10th and 12th with Physics, chemistry, Maths and biology subjects. Very few universities offer Bachelor’s course in Mechatronics.
Being a specialized subject, it is mostly offered at Masters level and then one can do Ph.D. It is a multi disciplinary field, so one can enter the field after doing mechanical Engineering or electronics engineering and have Mechatronics as specialization at Masters level. With the required education qualification one also needs to have certain skills sets like scientific bent of mind, strong numerical ability, critical thinking, analytical ability and problem solving skills. One can get find opportunities in the field of IT, Education, system control, Quality control department, system control, Defense, and Artificial intelligence. The areas of the work can be related to designing, research and development, manufacturing, and safety and quality.
The job roles or designation can be of system engineer, application engineer, Product development engineer, quality and safety engineer or project support supervisor and mangers. There is ample amount of scope for individuals who are interested in making new and different things and also taking challenges of mechanics and electronics and make something new.