Prosenjit Sur, 2012 graduation appeared student, joins Carreograph training as he wants to start his career early
I appeared my graduation this year and am still waiting for my result. A question that loomed large now was what do I want to do next? Which profession should I choose? I wanted to be a Medical Representative as I had seen a friend of mine in my neighborhood working as a Medical Representative. However, I didn’t possess the subject knowledge that is required to work in the field and as I thought over these questions and discussed them with some of my friends I got the solution.
I, Priyanka, wanted to learn Spoken English since a long time as it was my desire to be able to speak this international language without any hesitation. So for the best result, I took admission in Carreograph Institute of Management Studies from where my sister had completed her Medical Representative course four years back.
When I took admission in Carreograph, I could hardly speak or continue a conversation as I was much hesitant and nervous. But now, after the classes, I am able to talk and continue a conversation as I have shed my hesitation and nervousness. Continue reading
I am currently pursuing MBA, 4th semester from Carreograph Institute of Management Studies. As I am undergoing the course I also realized that English communication is an essential component in all workplace relationships and the ability to speak English also increases our employability and boosts our career.
CIMS has come up with Spoken English course and has allowed some of its MBA students to attend the classes as complementary classes. I feel these classes are really helpful as these classes are slowly helping me shed my fear and anxiety through the several activities like story narration, article presentation, group discussion, etc which are held to improve communication skills. Continue reading
I am a B.Com graduate and wanted to join the Pharmaceutical industry as the sector is growing rapidly with ample scope for Medical Representatives to climb the ladder of success. With this aim in mind I came to Carreograph and took admission and started training.
The training helped me a lot as it covered all aspects of the field job that a medical representative is required to do. The human physiology, job concept, pharmacology and communication skills classes were conducted with great care and these classes helped me possess the required knowledge of the field given that I was a B.Com candidate. Continue reading
The lines between distance education and traditional education are beginning to blur by the initiative of Carreograph Institute of Management Studies, I realized it as a student of MBA program. They provided weekly sessions on concept clearing on Sunday’s in every subjects in process of building successful MBA program.
This comprehensive program by Carreograph is well enough to pass the examination with good marks. Continue reading
Everyone questioned me – “What you are going to do with that degree in Arts.” For that, I choose MBA in Carreograph Institute of Management Studies.
After choosing MBA, I realized it is probably too tough, especially subjects like accountancy. In our first class on Accountancy paper, I was participating like other students. Being an Arts graduate this accountancy paper was a challenge for me. I took much more time to understand than my fellow classmates. After the class, I thought “Now What?…….How can I do it?”
I am a student of MBA 4th Semester, and I am experiencing so many things about the real outcome of MBA while doing the Project in our final semester. This experience is helping me to understand how the course connects to my working areas. When, I got promoted to 4th Semester, I had to prepare a project report for completion of the MBA degree from Vidya Sagar University but had absolutely no idea, on how to start with it.
I am Miss Aditi Dasgupta. M.Com, AICWA and working as a senior officer at Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India. After completing Cost Accountancy I felt the need and urge to undergo a professional course in business administration. Getting admitted and pursue for a course may be easy for any of us, but it has always been a challenge for me to continue studies being a 80% physically challenged person.