Chemical engineering ensures stable employment in the future

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Careers for chemical engineers
Our son is very good in chemistry at school. Would it be viable to consider a career in this field? would continue Chemical Engineer be a good choice? Does it have a good range?
Tanisha B, Jharkhand

Chemical engineering is a highly complex and specialized field that studies how chemicals can be used for research and manufacturing in all industries. Building a bridge between science and engineering, chemical engineering has played a key role in introducing many products that are an integral part of our lives today. For example, synthetic fabrics, plastics, nylon, rayon, etc. cover more than 80,000 commercial products. Chemical engineers are also involved in the design of many products, from torpedoes to cigarette filters and even control systems.

Employment opportunities for chemical engineers are primarily in the refining, plastics, chemical, petroleum, and pharmaceutical industries as well as the environmental field, while most other industries also employ chemical engineers. Even industries like textiles, cosmetics, and leather need chemical engineers. Globally, India is the third largest consumer of polymers, the fourth largest producer of agrochemicals and the sixth largest producer of chemicals. Hence, considering the various fields in which chemical engineering finds application, there will be steady employment in the coming years. You can visit www.ibef.org/industry/chemicals-presentation to get an idea of ​​the real size and scope of the Indian chemical industry.

CA Foundation Classes
I chose Commerce with Maths as the feed. I really want to be an accountant. I heard that even class X students can enroll in the course. How is it possible?
Diwakar Handa, Vizag

Yes it’s possible. Students who have passed their Class X exam can provisionally enroll in the ICAI Basic Course. To be eligible to take the Foundation exam, you must:
(a) Register with the ICAI Academic Council no later than January 1 or July 1 for the exam to be held in May/June or November/December respectively. In other words, you need a four-month study period before you sit for the basic exam.
(b) You should have passed the 10+2 exams. To register, visit https://eservices. icai.org/. Once your registration for the basic course is confirmed, you can order the study materials at https://icai-cds.org/

Looking for a correspondent position abroad
I am currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from IP University. What qualifications do I need to become an international correspondent?
Radhika Sanyal, Delhi

A postgraduate degree from a reputable institute in journalism/mass communication or a field such as law, political science, international relations, history or economics would certainly be helpful. Strong communication and writing skills are essential for foreign correspondent roles. Along with this, you need to develop the ability to be a good listener to encourage your interviewees to share their stories.

In addition to honing essential traits such as curiosity, persistence and the ability to tell stories in an interesting way, you must also be prepared to work for several years to gain experience with news agencies – press, television , news feeds, digital news portals – to be displayed as a foreign correspondent. A good command of a foreign language would be beneficial. Finally, if you want to be assigned as a foreign correspondent, you must first settle there, unless you plan to work as a foreign correspondent in India for an international press house.

By interest
I am a +2 student (PCM). I can’t decide if I should do a BCA/BSc IT or a BBA. I am very confused.
Tarun Upreti, Pune

Making a successful career choice, what field to choose, how to qualify, where to study, these are some of the most vital decisions in one’s life. It is also one of the most difficult decisions due to the lack of objective, timely and up-to-date information. Moreover, with the changing times, completely new career opportunities have opened up, further compounding the confusion.

To answer your question, the two options you listed are high end, which leads me to believe that you are keen to pursue a professional career. It is therefore very important to trust your interests, skills and inclinations rather than popular beliefs and hype. The two require quite different skills and temperaments. Unfortunately, without the help of a crystal ball, no one can tell whether you would come out on top pursuing management or IT. If you are interested in business, marketing and finance, you can opt for a BBA/BCom and follow it with an MBA. However, if you love computers and computer languages, a BCA degree under your belt also creates a win-win situation. You can complete it with an MCA or MBA afterwards. If you decide to do an MBA as a computer science graduate, you have another advantage. In addition to specializing in the traditional functional areas of marketing, finance or human resources, you can opt for an MBA in computer science or systems which are in high demand. You can even do an MBA after working for a few years, after which you will be much clearer about your goals. Even if you pursue a career in IT, you will find that a significant portion of your job content, a few years later, will end up being administrative or managerial in nature – managing the project, leading your team, managing the planning and finance aspects of the project, etc. The MBA program being more holistic covers a wide range of subjects; it helps you develop a versatile personality and gives you the confidence to adapt to a variety of roles and environment.

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