Career Guidance for 10th & 12th Scholars

Humanities, Commerce OR Science ? This is the most common confusion that students face immediately after their 10th results out. Some of them got their career guidance correctly but most of the students really got confused and they don’t get proper guidance. This lack of career guidance later on leads to problems in your future. But NO WORRIES, we are here to guide you properly what option you can choose after 10th and what you can further do after your 12th.

Here are 5 Options You Can Choose After 10th & Career guidance after 12th:

1. SCIENCE:

Science is the most favorite subject choice for most of the students. And especially when it comes parents. Parents always see their kids as Doctors, Engineer or as Research scholars in the related fields.

Also, their are multiple options after 12th in the science stream. You can even switch to Commerce, OR to Arts.

Maths(M), Biology(B), Physics(P), Chemistry(C), are the main subjects in the Science stream.Options you can opt are:

  • PCM
  • PCB
  • PCMB

Career guidance for Science students :

1. BTech/BE

2. Bachelor of Medical Lab Technology

3. Bachelor of Pharmacy

4.Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery ( MBBS)

5. BSc Home Science /Forensic Science

2. COMMERCE:

If you get excited by numbers, finances, and economics then commerce is for you. And you are for commerce. Commerce is the second most popular career option after science. Commerce is best for Business.

It gives a wider variety of carrier options such as Chartered Accountant, MBA, investment in banking sectors. You must be familiar with Accountancy, Finances, and Economics.

Career guidance for commerce students:

1. Chartered Accountant

2. Digital Marketing

3. Advertising and Sales Management

4. Business Management

5. Human resource development

3. HUMANITIES/ARTS:

History, Economics, Political Science, Geography are the core subjects for Arts Students. Humanities/Arts are of those who are interested in academic research. If you are creative and want to dive deep into Humanity, then arts is the stream for you.

One more interesting and now a days trending career option that catching eyes of students. And fascinating them towards Humanities is UPSC, the toughest examination of INDIA. As the syllabus of UPSC covers almost complete syllabus from Humanities core subjects.

Career guidance for art students:

1. Product Designing

2. Media / Journalism

3. Fashion Technology

4. Video Creation and editing

5. HR training, school teaching, etc.

4.ITI (Industrial Training Institute):

 ITI courses are great opportunities for students who wish to complete any technical course within a short period. They are training centers that provide courses to students seeking easy employment just after completing school. 

After completing a course in ITI, the student is now trained in Industrial skills. And can earn a living by working in the same field.

Career guidance after ITI:

1.Job opportunities in public sectors such as PWDs & others.

2.Jobs in private sectors

3. Self Employed

4.Jobs in Foreign countries

5. Further studies in their specialization

5. POLYTECHNIC COURSES:

After class 10th, students can opt. for polytechnic courses like Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Computer, Automobile. These colleges offer diploma courses for 3 years, 2 years and 1 year. Cost-effectiveness, jobs within a short time duration are the advantages of diploma courses after 10th.

Career guidance after Polytechnic course:

1. Private Sector jobs

2. Government Sector jobs

3. Higher studies

4. Self Employed

5. Own Business

It is very much important for scholars to have good career guidance and choose best option for their career. Especially it is very important that the career chosen by the students must be interesting, according to their skills and their abilities. The right decision at the correct time will only help you to reach the great height of success within a short period of time.

We hope the information provided here will help you to choose your career. All the Good wishes for your future.

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