I wouldn't bank on a career as an independant consultant dependent upon ISO implementations, but otherwise there are lots of opportunities. If you really are 'into' ISO, you might want to get into the ISO game as an auditor with a registrar.
As far as a career in quality management, you're pretty wide open there. Job opportunities are out there and will continue. But remember, in quality management you are required to understand more of what's going on in a company than almost any other individual. Personally, I recommend it.
Presentlly i am in India, working with a consultancy , i want to be auditor for ISO certification, what i have to do to achieve my goal, are there any examinations, is the course available in India, what are the carrer scope after completing the examination,
Presently i am in India, working with a consultancy , i want to be auditor for ISO certification, what i have to do to achieve my goal, are there any examinations, is the course available in India, what are the career scope after completing the examination,
Whilst not always essential, it is usually recommended to obtain an Internationally recognised auditor qualification such as IRCA (see www.irca.org). This means attending and passing the 5 day Auditor/Lead Auditor course. There are many organisations running these courses in India - just do a web search.
However, I do not recommend attending this course until you have some general auditing and consultancy experience. You will get far more from the course when you have some prior knowledge - it is not an introductory course.