Hi Puneet. No, it's not necessarily for Product Managers to have a technical background. You may find this answer helpful: https://www.productmanagerhq.com/2014/08/do-product-managers-need-a-technical-background/
Thanks for letting us know Ganesh!
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On Edit History page, you can see all the past versions and revert to any older version. I've reverted this particular article and incorporated your change too.
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Hi Avisha! To begin, you absolutely don't need a Computer Science degree, or even any knowledge of Computer Science/coding to start a career in UX Design.
With that out of the way, you already seem to have a stronger base than many successful UX Designers today. UX Designers come from all fields — from Design/Art schools, from cognitive science programs, and of course, from Computer Science programs as well. It's the diversity in the backgrounds of UX Designers that makes being part of a UX team more interesting.
Hello! This is answered here: https://www.commonlounge.com/discussion/87435a6cb6cb4397a65ffcbde5e4a5b0/all/18837c351f97427284186a02b49e30cd