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QUESTION: Good evening sir!

iam salman from india, bangalore. iam surprised that even your name is salman,
I have completed my B.COM degree from bangalore university with 61% my aim is to become a professor so plz provide me your valuable guidance in this regard.

ANSWER: Easiest way is to do MBA from a good institution followed by PhD in management.

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QUESTION: Good evening sir i got admission for in bharathiar university tamilnadu plz tel me my future is bright if i study in this university plz let me know.

Bharathiar is a good and reputed university. For getting into teaching job, you'll have to score high marks in M.Com, qualify NET/JRF and then do PhD from a reputed institution. Even then there are not too many vacancies in Commerce departments. However, if you go for MBA, since it is professional course and most students who do MBA join the industry, there is a high demand of teachers in management colleges and teachers are easily recruited and get a handsome salary. Also, you are exempted from NET.  

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Dr Mohammad Tariq Salman


I can answer questions on Medical education, especially newer methods of teaching and learning and evaluation in medical sciences such as Problem Based Learning, Computer Assisted Learning, OSPE, and alternatives to animal experimentation for teaching, especially in the subject of Pharmacology.


Teaching and training of undergraduate medical, dental and pharmacy students and supervision of postgraduate students in Pharmacology.

University of Dammam, Era's Lucknow Medical College, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Indian Pharmacological Society, Association of Medical Pharmacologists of India, Science Advisory Board.

British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, JK Science, Natural Product Radiance, hippocratic Journal of Unani Medicine, Indian Journal fo the Practicine Doctor, Unimed Kulliyat

MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)

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