Answer: Late Narayan Meghaji Lokhande Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies (LNML MILS)
The Institute Established in Year 1947 under the guidance of Shri. Gulzarilal Nanda During period 1946 to 1950 he was Labour Minister for Bombay Presidency.
I is one of the unique Vocational Training Institute, for INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, LABOUR & HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. It has a glorious past of 66 years and has emerged as a stronger body where the Passed out students has contributed to the India economy and industry development in many ways, Like Maintaining Industrial Peace and Harmony, Resolving Disputes among Management and Labour Unions and ensuring growth and development of Industries & Society with minimum Man days loss.
The Institute is under control of Government of Maharashtra Industry,Energy & Labour Department of Maharashtra. Mantralaya Mumbai.
Institute is registered under Section 52 of Mumbai University Act,1952.
Answer: Anwer Whether a two year degree is classified as an Associate of Arts (AA), an Associates of Science (AS), or Associates of Applied Science (AAS), is dependent on how many general education courses are required to complete the degree. If you look at the AA, you will find that the programs specific to many areas have a well rounded general education mix. This is to ensure – for transfer purposes to a four year college or university – that they satisfy the four years institutions first two year general cluster area. Now looking at the AS degree, you will find that there are less general education requirements and more career oriented courses required to complete the degree. I guess one example would be an AS in Nursing (RN). Here, the general education course requirements are less because of the professional phase courses that are needed to complete the degree. Thus, you can see that the AS degree is more specific to the career. Now let’s look at the AAS degree. Here the program of study is very particular to the career, with even less general education requirements needed to complete the degree. In other words, the AAS is designed to give an individual all the expertise necessary to enter their chosen career – at least at an entry level position. That being said; please note the following. In regards to the above, please check with the Transfer Counselor at the two year college as to the transferability of the AS, and AAS degrees to four year colleges and university should you want to pursue a higher degree at a later date. Many of the two year colleges have special articulations with the four year schools for many programs, to include those which fall into the AS and AAS categories.
Answer: The arts degree is more oriented toward research and the theoretical, where as the science degree is more practical and career oriented. Aslo generally you need to take more classes to get a B.S.
Answer: I will have a bachelors in health science degree, what knid of work can I expect to look for while I go on to further my education?
I think we got the short end of the stick on this one. Its pretty much useless by its self, its a stepping stone degree for graduate school. For like a MD or DO or even a MBA in health care, or maybe even psychology. But just by itself it looks useless, i graduate very soon with mine and im depressed about it. If anyone knows of any jobs let us know otherwise id say just a low admin job at a hospital at that.
Answer: It depends on what you want to do. My understanding is that Computer Science is more geared toward programming, while Information technology is more toward Hardware and networking aspects of computers. Pay wise, check out http://www.payscale.com/
Answer: The main difference between a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts degree is the way that they are accomplished. A bachelor of science degree is comprised of a major with a minor that is NOT related to your major. A bachelor of arts degree, however, is comprised of a major with at least two years of a foreign language. Status level, a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science are the same; most professions do not have a strong preference to one or the other.
Answer: Well in accounting they study the same amount and types of math as in finance but a master of accounting is specifically for accounting. You can use an accounting degree to enter finance and you will see a similar pay, how ever it is not the other way around. But with a specific degree in finance you have basically exact salaries but better chances of adcancing in the company. With both a master of accounting and finace degree imagine th huge salary, because with both degree position as a CPA, CFP, CFA, investment banker, money manager, and many other jobs will be perfect. Finance is more focus on money management but accounting looks at this and a lot more stuff. A masters in accounting is just in accounting and a master of accounting and finance is a masters in both. If you were originally majoring in accounting then finance is just a few more classes. Jobs such as investment bankers work crutal hours in a week, and money manager is competitive but managable hours with millions. There are other ways to make seven figures in finance but those two were the highest paid jobs. With an accounting degree if you make it to partner at a regular firm you will have nice hours and a 150k+ salary. At the big four accounting firms spread world wide like most firms their is more than one partner but their top make slaries range d from $200,000 to $3,000,000. My advise is to mager in both to find the highest paying nice hour careers their is.
Answer: The difference between M.A. and M.Sc., as the difference between B.A. and B.Sc., is typically of a formal nature rather than of a real nature - there is no difference in terms of what you study or how you study. The choice of name mostly has to do with the history of each University than with anything else.
Answer: A psychiatrist is a doctor, and you would need either an MD or DO, which is an 8 year process (4 years to get the Bachelors, addtl 4 years in med school for the MD/DO). After that, you must spend 4 years as a resident specialist -- so you are looking at a total of 12 years of college minimum.The only masters degrees that could allow you prescribing ability would be as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, but you would have to work under the supervision of an MD or DO.
Answer: No-You must undergo certain medical and pharmaceuticals training. However...your masters degree in psychology is a liberal ARTS degree...and is the step preceding getting your Doctorate of Psychology or Psychiatry.
Answer: It depends what country you are in. In Australia if you have significant industry experience you can do a Post-graduate certificate and if you pass that you can enter a Masters. This is more commonly done in Business.
Answer: It depends on the specialty. Is it a general masters, or one that leads to nurse practitioner etc. Thus, the masters can take anywhere from two to four years depending on whether the individual is enrolled as a part-time or full-time student, the credit load taken per semester, and whether the student is taking the program of study as prescribed by the college or university.