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If you find what you really like or what you are passionate about and then make it your career then small stuff (long hours et al) will not bother you. All that you do will be toward that goal which is based on your likes, preferences, skill, aptitude and attitude.
All the best

Hi Cute,

good morning,

SAP is not a course for which universities do something, so every time you will go for it you have to trust on the agencies even in the case of its world certification from siemence or gneovate, these too are companies which are in institute status recognised by SAP Germany, the original concern for it,

and being in the industry you will assertain someday that there is a fair room for your inner fire in relation to your success, and we always trust ourselves and never on the others may it be a person, an institute, a college or else,

its you who will make a difference and not the college, why you trust only colleges and not institutes?

even colleges or not compelled to do anything at your will............ even in an institutes can do a lot better than a college. it is atime when your entreprising innerself would have to explore the most valuable content from your environment.......... it is not all about routiene work,

for institutes at Mumbai go for search over the net.

all the best,

with regards,


It is a good suggestion to those who are in a bit confusion of changing their career prospects without considering its repercussions. regards S.Lawrence HR
Hi Cute,
Try to be worth your assumed name "Cute Universe." Why getting downwards, i.e., B.Ed after MBA? If you want to go in teaching line only, why only as a school teacher after B.Ed, or even M.Ed?

Try to be a college or university professor. You have a Master's degree, why not PhD in Education stream? You can also become a professor in some management school.

I am a Lecturer at B.Ed college and there are many students who do B.Ed after MBA.. But do B.Ed if u want to really teach and not just becoz u have less working hours... Anyfield has its own positives and negates... Also, it isnt cakewalk... u have to work hard and its a one year hands on experience which keeps u on your toes...
Before you decide, all I can say is do what you love to do because ---
"Work lovingly done is the hallmark of a life wisely and effectively led."

thanx all for ur sugestions...
hi arpeeta...
yes i feel i will b verry comfortable in dealing with students and teaching them those subjects...
i like school environment.. evrything punctual systematic...
also being a woman i will get time to look aftr home too... and i can continue this profesion for years...
but still confused coz its a big diversion from mba to b.ed

B.ed after mba.......hmmm doesnt sound sensible but then we should not care,right? if you feel that h.r job is difficult, and time consuming ,go for teaching.absolutely no problem. but then,why b.ed???you can teach m.b.a subjects...i myself do teach to mba students so hardly matters dear.but then do remember that after couple of years of experience,you will get promotion and willl get good salary too as h.r...choice is yours
My dear, appearances can be deceptive.. U need to learn from scratch in getting that systematic things done... Also, like all other worlds given the changing trends, there are no fix timings to go back home.. Also, you will have to look out for the subjects you would want to opt.
There could be one good option, after B.Ed you can teach in Junior college or opt for international schools where u would get a decent pay package as well you could opt to teach management subjects and with few years experience ( you can go for NET in meanwhile as well) you could then opt for teaching in college...
You are seeing the holidays this jobs offer but do consider your interest and all things associated with the career...
You still have time to think about... B.Ed admission process usually begins in January.. Best Luck!

I think if you are passionate about teaching children then go ahead. Morever there are numerous occasions when you will be assigned administrative tasks in school routine then your MBA/HR background will be an advantage. As you gain more experience and become due for promotion to the grade of Vice Principal/Prinicipal, the MBA degree will be helpful.
Col IP Singh

to col ip singh,
yes this is exactly whats going on in my mind... i feel i will b good in teaching school children... also i can induldge in many activities in schools and use my management skills over there.. it will b benificial for school... for children... n i will b also satisfied with my work...

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