For all those who hack friends’ social networking accounts
for “fun”, for those who are good at cracking passwords and unlocking a locked
system, those who spend a majority of their time experimenting with various
codes – this is a great way to put those grey cells to a good use. You can
breach the security of computer systems and get paid for it!
Many big companies look for ethical hackers for various
security purposes. You need to have a good knowledge of coding in different
programming languages. You can start your career by interning for an
organization and then convert it to a permanent job. The average salary ranges
between Rs.2-5 lakhs for a fresher, and after an experience of five to six
years, you can easily command a salary of Rs. 10-12 lakhs annually, depending
upon your skills.
Where to apply?
Institutes like Indian School of Ethical Hacking and
Institute of Information Security offer various courses in ethical hacking.
There is a short course of 15 days offered by Arizona Infotech in Pune. It is
important that you don’t have any criminal record because the course is all
about trust and companies wouldn’t like to leave their security in the hands of
someone who can’t be trusted.
This course is a mix of optical technology and electronics.
The study deals with photons, the elementary particles of light, and helps you
master the techniques of emission, detection, transmission and modulation of
light. Those who have an immense interest in science and are curious to know
more about it are best suited for this course. A photonist can work as an
engineer, scientist, researcher and professional officer in many companies and
government offices. The work will also give you an opportunity to design
photonic equipment. Due to lack of specialists in this field, photonics
specialists are in great demand globally.
Where to apply?
Some of the colleges that offer courses in Photonics are-
International School of Photonics, Cochin; University of Science and Technology
(CUSAT), Cochin; Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi and Chennai;
Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal; Periyar EVR College, Tiruchirappalli;
Department of Photonics, Rajarshi Shahu Mahavidyalaya, Latur, Maharashtra; and
Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CEERI), Pilani.
These people add flavours to the food and make it taste
good. The job will require mixing of various ingredients to make a unique
flavour and not just this the responsibilities also require you to have a good
knowledge of aroma chemicals, essential oils, plant extracts etc. This career
is closely related to chemistry and those who have a background in chemistry
are best suited for this. A Flavourist has job opportunities in various sectors
like food & beverages, cosmetics, fragrance, toothpaste, etc. Salary for a
fresher is around Rs.15, 000 which will increase as per the experience.
Where to apply?
Some of the colleges that offer a course in this field are –
Indian Institute of Hospitatlity and Management, Mumbai; SRM University:
Department of Food Process Engineering, Ghaziabad, UP and Central Food
Technological Research Institute, Mysore.
Sometimes you need to think outside the box a little. If
you’re struggling to find your dream job why not create it yourself by setting
up your own company? Perhaps you have a great business idea or believe that
your final-year project has commercial potential. If so, putting your
entrepreneurial skills to the test could be a smart move.
Career services at many universities can help you to turn
your idea into a reality. The advantages to self-employment can include:
independence and autonomy – to make your own decisions
control – over who you work with and the type of work you do
freedom – to work when you like on projects that make your heart
flexibility – to fit work commitments in with family and
opportunities – to build a portfolio of activities funded by
different sources and to respond to ideas and proposals as you see fit
recognition – you’re able to take the credit for everything
that you do, create, design or invent.
However, you need to be sure that self-employment is right
for you. Being your own boss might sound like fun but as the owner of a
business you’ll need to juggle a number of responsibilities such as providing a
service, marketing the business and financial and staff management. You’ll also
have to work to bring in customers and deal with the uncertainty surrounding
the availability of work. Self-employment can also affect your home life when
the boundaries between work and leisure become blurred.
The need to graphic designers is for almost every sector
now. With the help of graphics, you can explain using fewer words easily and
more properly. Blogs, start-ups, films, media and many other sectors are there
where there is a great need of it. This course may set your future id done in a
proper way. By this, you can work from home.
Courses for Graphics Design: Diploma in Graphics Design Rich
Media; Graphic Designing
National Institute of Design (Ahmadabad)
Industrial Design Centre (IDC) – (Mumbai)
Instrument Design and development centre (Delhi)
Department of Design (Guwahti)
Be it from films to advertisements, books to blogs, almost
everywhere, the use of animation has increased a lot. The cartoon channels have
also started to increase in a large scale but the students who are learning
this course or the no. of students actually moving forward in this field are
very less comparatively to other courses. In this condition, this course can be
the best option for any student out there. This course can be done at a very
early age just after 12th.
Courses of Animation:
Diploma 3D Animation
Diploma in Animation
Digital Graphics Animation
Arena Multimedia (Delhi, Bengaluru, Noida, Mumbai)
Global School of Animation (New Delhi, Chennai)
Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematic (MAAC), Mumbai
Tekno Point Multimedia (Bengaluru)
The people who edit the recorded videos are called video
editors. During the process, the raw video is edited as per the concept.
Keeping in mind about the theme i.e. marriage, film, media etc., the video is
edited with different software’s.
Courses for Video Editing:
MFA in Media Design
BS in Digital Cinematography
Master of Arts in Film and TV
Film and Television Institute of India (Pune)
Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (Kolkata)
Whistling Woods International (Mumbai)
Center for research in Art of Film and Television (Delhi)
Asian Academy of Film and Television (Noida)