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Choosing Career as Fashion photographer

Fashion Photography:

Are you passionable to be fashion photographer? If so, then that’s not difficult task to achieve. You should just have passion for photography. You do not have to be a graduate to become a fashion photographer. There are many institutes which provide diploma/degree courses in Fashion Photography, but in most of the cases people prefer for apprenticeship (Training) with a senior Photographer.

To be a fashion photographer you must have a strong visual imagination, an eye for detail; attentiveness to color, shapes and shadows, artistic sensitivity, creativity and the ability to work in difficult conditions.

Fashion photography attracts youngsters because of its appealing coverage of glamorous models and shiny prints. Specialist studious or freelancers specially made by fashion houses of ad agencies mainly do this kind of photography. Most fashion photographers usually work under the direction of a fashion expert. Fashion photographers work along with models, take pictures of designer accessories in studios and showrooms and take photographs during fashion shows.

Careers in fashion photography are catching up with the new generation that is interested in doing something new. If you want to be fashion photographer than you also have to prepared for  all financial hurdles and insecurities that every photographer has to face. The camera, lenses and other equipments may be difficult to get and are very expensive .However, it’s worth it for the sake of creative satisfaction, once work becomes your best friend.

As a fashion photographer, you can work for newspaper, magazines, advertising agencies, fashion houses and even big departmental stores. Most fashion photographers, however prefers freelance work.

The income/salary will depend upon the caliber of the person as a fashion photographer, and therefore it differs from person to person. Finally it is not just the regular camera and lenses.

Institutes:

Diploma and certificate courses in Fashion Photography are available at:

Many more………..search on Internet or visit your nearest universities to have more information about this field of career.

Hope it helps :)

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Choosing career as Database administrator

Database administrator (Oracle as a Career)

Oracle has many products ranging from RDBMS, ERP, CRM etc.Most popular being the Oracle database, with more than 80 % market capitalization oracle leads the markets, Oracle database is portable, platform independent and the most robust database, It is the only database which follows almost all Boyce code 16 rules for a perfect RDBMS.Oracle has evolved over years starting from 2.X to current11gR2 versions.

For more read.

http://tonguc.wordpress.com/2006/12/27/history-of-oracle/ 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oracle_database 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oracle_Corporation

So what are the different careers in Oracle

1)   You can be a PL/SQL developer

2)   Hyperion Developer or DBA

3)   Oracle apps Developer or DBA

4)   Oracle CRM developer or DBA

5)   Oracle Database DBA

And many more …..

So let us Talk about Oracle Database DBA

What is DBA?What his JOB profile,so let us discuss.

Oracle DBA-DataBase Administrator is the person responsible for creating, maintaining and solving the user problem accordance with database. Remember  this is a thankless job, but the most critical job in the Information technology industry because database is considered as the heart of any Company as all your information is stored in this, say for example a Bank database your account information, transaction information everything related to your account is stored in this imagine if the data is lost just imagine the chaos and tension you and the bank will undergo because you will not able to do net banking,ATM transaction or any withdrawals until all your all the information is restored to original   status, but don’t worry to prevent and secure the data in the database is what a DBA does so you can imagine what powers a DBA has, plus DBA jobs are the most secure jobs in the industry very rarely a DBA looses his job. So how do I get into this field,

Oracle recommends you undergo a training with any oracle partnered institute or with oracle itself at the end of the you will be a OCP certified professional with is the

First step for getting in the Oracle DBA field, please refer these links to get more information.

http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=231&p_org_id=1243197&lang=ZHS

http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=143

So let us begin with this exciting career path, keep posted more :)

By: Devdatta Joshi

Database Administrator 

Choosing Careers in Chemistry

What Are Some Careers in Chemistry?

The career options in chemistry are practically endless! However, your employment options depend on how far you have taken your education. A 2-year P.U.C degree in chemistry won’t get you very far, you wouldn’t have much advancement potential and you could expect a high level of supervision. A college bachelor’s degree in chemistry (B.Sc.) opens up more opportunities. A 3-year college degree can be used to gain admittance to advanced post degree programs. With the bachelor’s degree, you can get a bench job, which would allow you to run equipment and prepare chemicals. A bachelor’s degree in chemistry or education (with a lot of chemistry) is necessary to teach at the Degree level. A master’s degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, or other field opens up far more options. A terminal degree, such as a Ph.D. or M.D., leaves the field wide open. Most scientists who design and supervise their own research programs have terminal degrees. Chemistry is a part of biology and physics, plus, there are lots of categories of chemistry! Here’s look at some of the career options related to chemistry:

What Is a Chemist?

A chemist is a scientist who studies the composition and properties of chemicals and the way chemicals interact with each other. Chemists search for new information about matter and ways this information can be applied. Chemists also design and develop instruments to study matter.

What Do Chemists Do?

There are a lot of different employment opportunities open to chemists. Some chemists work in a lab, in a research environment, asking questions and testing hypotheses with experiments. Other chemists may work on a computer developing theories or models or predicting reactions. Some chemists do field work. Others contribute advice on chemistry for projects. Some chemists write. Some chemists teach. The career options are extensive.

Job Outlook for Chemists

In 2006 there were 84,000 chemists in the United States. Through 2016 the employment rate for chemists is expected to grow at the same rate as the average for all occupations. The fastest growth is expected in biotechnology and the pharmaceuticals industry, with good opportunities in food science, materials science, and analytical chemistry.

Chemist Working Conditions

Most chemists work regular hours in well-equipped labs, offices, or classrooms. Some chemists engage in field work, which takes them outdoors. Although some of the chemicals and processes chemists deal with may be inherently hazardous, the actual risk to a chemist is very low, both because of safety precautions and training.

Types of Chemists

Chemists ususally pick areas of specialization.

  • Organic Chemists – work with carbon and carbon-compounds, many of which come from plants or animals. Organic chemists develop drug, petrochemicals, fertilizers, and plastics.
  • Inorganic Chemists – deal primarily with non-carbon chemistry involving metals, minerals, and electronics.
  • Analytical Chemists – examine substances. Analytical chemists identify materials, measure quantities, and evaluate properties of elements and compounds.
  • Physical Chemists – work primarily in the field of energy research. Physical chemists look at chemical and physical changes and examine the relationships between matter and energy.

There are many other types of chemists, such as biochemists, materials chemists, geochemists, and medical chemists.

Chemist Educational Requirements

You need a college education to become a chemist. High school students interested in a career in chemistry should take science and math courses. Trigonometry and computer experience is helpful. A bachelor’s degree is the minimum requirement to get a job in chemistry, but realistically, you need a master’s degree to obtain a good position in research or teaching. A doctorate is required to teach college at most four-year colleges and universities and is desirable for research.

Advancement as a Chemist

To some extent, chemists are promoted based on experience, training, and responsibility. However, the best opportunities for advancement are associated with advanced degrees. A chemist with a master’s degree qualifies for research positions and teaching positions at two-year colleges. A chemist with a doctorate can conduct research, teach at the college and graduate level, and is more likely to be selected for supervisory or management positions.

Hope the above information helps :) You can post your queries if you need to know more about this career and we will try to provide you more info.

 

Source : Internet

 

Confused with which Education path to choose?

Confused with which Education path to choose?

It is not that difficult to decide which career to choose…

All you need to consider is: what is your field of interest? You must not go by what you friends decide or be under pressure from your family members to decide. Merely because your parents are doctors, for example, does not mean that you too need to pursue the same.

If you are unsure, you should contact a career guidance bureau or talk to senior professionals who can advice you as per your interest.

Above all, you need to have faith and confidence in yourself, the determination to pursue what interests you, and tons of hard work to achieve your career goals.

The career options after 10th are

1)You can join PUC in any science stream from which you can go to either engineering or medical or and degree in science stream
2)You can join PUC in commerce stream
3)You can join PUC in arts stream
4)You can join an Diploma
5)You can join a JOC(job oriented course which is equal to 2nd yr PU)
6)You can take any B.A or B.com, BSc or B.C.A degree in correspondence if the person is 18 years are above
7)You can join Samskrita Gurukul in chennenahalli or sringeri for 6 yrs and then go abroad as Cultural Ambassador of India from the government of India
8)You can start is own business to earn money and study what ever you want from home itself
9)You can do the IIT JEE if he is having high intelligence and join any IIT’s of India
10)You can go for job in Indian army where you will be having an option to continue your studies while working you can do any degree including professional ones like engineering and medical
11)if the persons age is 18 or above he can take a M.A degree in correspondence on language oriented subjects from universities

Which is the Best education and career path?

I believe studying pre-university, 11th or plus 1 is a good option after 10th since the syllabus here is informative, exhaustive and a strong foundation for further studies – graduation and post graduation.

Please keep in mind if you select science, you have an option to come back to commerce or arts field after PUC and also any time. If you select commerce, you cannot go to science field, but can select courses in arts field after PUC.

One more thing I would like to tell you that make sure that you do not select Science or Commerce or Arts just because a seat is available in some college, your friend studies there or your any relative or your uncle or aunty is a lecturer and all other wrong reasons. Please have a valid reason, consider your scores in 10th STD, your aptitude and a purpose for selecting the course.

What is PUC science all about? What is commerce? What is arts?

P U C is called intermediate in some states, pre-University College. in this Science has PCMB, PCMC, CBZ, and many other combination like electronics and etc . P stands for Physics, C for Chemistry, M for mathematics, B for Biology, in CBZ B stands for Botany, Z for Zoology. And in PCMC second C stands for Computers. You can study pure sciences such as Biology, Physics, chemistry and mathematics, further you can do BSc, MSc, MPhil and Phd go into research. Or you can get into applied sciences like medicine and engineering, bio chemistry, bio technology, genetics and etc after your PUC.

Commerce is majorly Business studies oriented and you will study subjects such as accountancy, labor laws and many things which needs to train you to understand and work in the business industry like if you want to do BBM and MBA, this is what you get into.

If you choose Art’s as career option then you will have to study mainly History, economics, literature and languages. If you want to get in to history, archeology, anthropology, geography and other related subjects, this is the field to go.

There are innumerable courses on offer at the under graduate level. Every talent and every interest has the potential to develop professionally thanks to the variety of courses at a student’s disposal. Many of these have as much, if not more, scope than the traditional professional courses. While it may be said that students who pursue science at the pre-university level get a larger slice of the cake, those in arts and commerce are not far behind. Some of the courses that students can take up are listed below:

Science:

BSc Bachelor of Science – computer/ computer applications
BSc B Ed Bachelor of Science and Education – Integrated
BPR Bachelor of Public Relations
BRS Bachelor of Rural Studies
BHS Bachelor of Hospitality Science
BTS/S Bachelor of Tourism Administration/studies
BD Bachelor of Dramatics
B Arch Bachelor of Architecture
BAMS Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine
BCS Bachelor of Computer Science
BFSc Bachelor of Fishery Science
BHSc Bachelor of Home Science
BHSc Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery
BIT Bachelor of Information Technology
BText Bachelor of Textile
BTec (NA) Bachelor of Technology (Naval Architecture)
BUMS Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery
BVSc & AH Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
BYSc Bachelor of Yogic Science

Commerce:

BCom Bachelor of Commerce (Applied or Computer)
BCom B Ed Bachelor of Commerce and Education
BECom Bachelor of Electronic Commerce
BBA Bachelor of Business Administration
BBM Bachelor of Business Management
BBS Bachelor of Business Studies
BBM Bachelor of Bank Management
CA Chartered Accountancy
BIBF Bachelor of International Business and Finance

Arts:

BA Bachelor of Arts
BFIA Bachelor of Financial Analysis
BT & TM Bachelor of Tourism and Travels
BA B Ed Bachelor of Arts and Education
BJ Bachelor of Journalism
BSW Bachelor of Social Work
BL / LLB Bachelor of Law
BE Ed Bachelor of Elementary Education
BFA Bachelor of Fine Arts

These are only a handful of courses among many others that a student can pursue. Courses like BCA / S (Bachelor of Computer Applications / Studies), BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management), BHRD (Bachelor of Human Resource Development) and BP Ed (Bachelor of Physical Education) can be taken up by students from any of the three fields.

I hope the information above helps to choose correct Education and to make our career of our interest. I will post some more information about Education and career in near future.

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