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Fetching careers in beauty industry

CHANGING TIMES: The beauty industry is experiencing a huge shortage of qualified professionals.

CHANGING TIMES: The beauty industry is experiencing a huge shortage of qualified professionals.   | Photo Credit: Photo: K. Gopinathan

Sounds incredible, but a hairstylist gets 10 times the pay of a MBBS doctor working on the same floor and a beautician earns more than an engineer.

Beauty is a serious business today and unlike in the past it now has the societal respect and the monetary returns.

The burgeoning profession has opened up numerous opportunities and the lack of qualified professionals also created a chance to make great careers.

In beauty industry it is the quality that matters a lot. Realising the great potential the field has, Anoo’s International Beauty School in association with the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) is offering a two-year Masters in Cosmetology from this academic year.

The school follows the international pattern of education that gives equal weightage to theory and practical sessions incorporating latest beauty and glamour trends.

Spread over 10,000 sft area, the school has international standard styling areas, designated workstations and specialised equipments. Students get hands-on experience in treating the clients and operating the beauty centre with the Anoo’s beauty centre attached to the school.

Course fee

The course fee is Rs. 4 lakh and there is a flexibility of paying Rs. one lakh every semester. The fee is fixed by the JNTU taking into consideration the inputs cost. With the JNTU recognition, students would be eligible to education loans.

Ms. Anooradha assures that students can recover the amount within a year of the completion of the course.



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