May and June are one of the most crucial months for the students of CBSE 10th and 12th. It is the time when results come out and the entire direction of a student life is transformed by it. The result scores determine everything for a student, from choosing the right stream to making the right career out of it. Right after result declaration, the hustle and bustle of admissions in school and college begins. If you have recently got your result then you can well relate to everything that’s being said over here. In this blog, we are going to help you with finding the right career path in most informed and strategic way.
Got your 10th Results? You are at a point where you need to carefully assess a lot of factors before choosing your stream. After 10th you have the option to go Science, Commerce or Humanities. There are a number of factors that affect your decision in making the choice, take a look:
• Your board result score
• Your interest in particular subject
• Your interest in particular career option
• Your motivation and goals, both short and long term
Based on all the stated factors, one is able to decide his/her stream after 10th examination. Most of the students, however, find it a challenge to make the right choice. We would advise you not to be influenced by your peers when choosing your right stream. You should stick to your goals and be as much realistic as possible. Understand your weakness and strong points and discuss them with someone mature than you, could be your parents or a teacher.
If you have just passed your 12th Boards then your situation is certainly really different than the students who have passed the 10th examination. You are now making a choice that will build your career in future years. Your undergraduate specialization will help you choose the job of your dream and that’s why you need to carefully select your option. Depending on what stream you have qualified in 12th, you have plenty of career options to select from:
Career options in Science after plus two:
After doing 12th with Science stream you have plenty of choices to make your career in. You will either fall in PCM (Physics Chemistry Mathematics) or PCB (Physics Chemistry Biology) depending on the subjects you chose in 12th. Here are the study options you have after giving 12th examinations:
• Engineering – B.Tech, B.E., B.Arch.
• National Defense Services
• Merchant Navy
• Commercial Pilot
• Bachelor of Science
• Medicine – MBBS
• Para-medicine – Bachelors of Physiotherapy and Dental, Pharmacy
• Bachelors of Science
Apart from Bachelor of Science, all the other examinations require you to appear for taking the entrance examination. Based on your score you get in the entrance exam, you will apply for the colleges. The minimum board exam scores are 60% in almost all the major colleges, so you don’t need extremely high scores to get the admissions.
Career options in Commerce after plus two:
Got your 12th scores in commerce, now what next? Commerce field is all about learning and studying business, trade, and finance. It is a proactive field for the students willing to make their career in MNCs and Banks. Here are some of the career options for you to consider:
• Charted Accountancy
• Company Secretary
• Bachelors of Commerce
• Bachelors of Economics
• Bachelors of Law
• Bachelors of Business Administration
The top two courses are the hot ones in this stream however, you need to take the entrance examination to qualify for these courses. You can go for the law, commerce, or business administration if you have a specific inclination towards a particular subject. Keep in mind that the university cut-off for commerce is usually quite high but there are good distance education programs as well for the students.
Career options in Humanities after plus two:
Humanities are the most diverse streams of all and it provides plenty of career options to choose. Depending on your own interest and inclination, you can opt among any of these fields:
• Bachelors of Arts
• Journalism and Mass Communication
• Civil Services
• Fashion and jewelry designing
Most of the courses in humanities are traditionally delivered and you have to fill university forms to enroll into a course. Some language courses and designing courses require you to appear for an entrance examination.
Always decide for your career option with a relaxed mind and by writing down your preferences, strengths, and weaknesses. You can also consult a career expert or someone trustable to help you with this big decision. Remember, every career option has plenty of opportunities; you simply need to identify your own passion.