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I am thinking of doing a certification in finance to build profile. I am thinking of doing CMA (Certified Management Accountant).
Mechanical Engineer (2014 pass out from NIT)
1.5 year experience - IBM -Developed application for Enterprise Performance Management (finance based)
Currently working as techno-commercial manager in an Automobile company- looking after sales and service.
I am planning to do MBA in 2017 and aiming for General Management profile.
Is CMA certification good choice for me?
Will it help me in securing a general management job after MBA?
Do I need to look for some other certification?
Please suggest. I am really confused.
Does doing courses in coursera help to build my profile.?
I am interested in finance and thinking of doing some online courses in coursera like introduction to finance etc.will this really help me in profile building perspective ..?
I am currently working in IT sector for last 3.5 years and want to do MBA. What are some of the ways I can strengthen my profile considering some of the b schools like SP JAIN emphasis lot on profile.
It's good to know that you are going for MBA to enhance your career. There are various certification available in the market that you can pursue to showcase your interest to the Business School that you are applying to. If you want to make your career in the marketing domain then, you can visit the Coursera or Udemy website.
Courser marketing course link: https://www.coursera.org/course/marketing
Udemy marketing course link: https://www.udemy.com/click-and-learn-marketing-essentials/?dtcode=4Qdz1Sn22Hg2
If you want to make your career in finance then, you can go for NSE certification or the FLIP certification.
You can go for Finance and Banking fundamental course by FLIP. It will give you the deep insight into BFS domain of India as well as help you to showcase your interest.
FLIP Finance and Banking fundamental link: https://learnwithflip.com/buy-now.html?category_id=2713&category=Finance-and-Banking-Fundamentals-I...
Hi All, I am working in a LPO for over 4 years. My current designation is a Team Lead (contract management). i am economics graduate. Want to know are there any certifications which can built my profile.. How is IACCM certification.
i am an electrical engineer working a renowned switchgear manufacturing company.
i have little more than 4 years of work ex. in planning, order execution.
We use SAP MM module for this.
I a, looking to enhance my profile with certifications in this area.
Considering that i am plain B.tech and not an MBA...what are the courses that i need to target.
When the APICS CPIM 14th Dec 2013 exam results will be declared??
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I am an IT engr of 2011 batch..i worked for a month and after dat i strtd preparing for upsc. I have given CAT 2013. but since i was nt working for d last 2 n hlf yrs , i want to do some course for profile bldg..can u plz suggest me some course for dat?
Whether the result for CPIM Sept 14,2013 result has been released or not??
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