Am an MBA HR & Marketing Dual specialization holder. Currently am working for a Bank and have over 6 years experience in banking. Would there be a a scope for me if I prepare for CS and will it fruitfull for me in my Career. Quite seriously looking for the same. Please do guide me if the same would be a good decision for me.
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Dear friend,
I would encourage you to acquire more knowledge, experience & qualification which is not going to be a waste. But, viewing from your present position in a banking career, CS qualification will have limited choices. Instead I would suggest your departmental exam i.e.CAIIB which eventually an added advantage in your career growth. On the other hand, if you wish to switch over from banking to other line, post CS, like a Co., registered under the Companies Act, you'll a bright future raising upto board level. This career would call for a Law degree, a desirable one as most of the employers stipulate law degree in 'essential' in addition to CS. The advantage in pursuing CS is, it could be cleared thru' correspondence course mode sitting in the comforts of home or office, except few compulsory seminars, lecture sessions etc. like CA.
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