The straight and Simple answer to your question is "NO".
For pursuing Automobile engineering, apart from Math, one needs good understanding of Physics, that is how the machines interact and their mechanism. Which is possible only if one has studied Physics in the 12th class. Hence only a science student (PCM combination) is eligible for Automobile engineering.
But please note, there are few Institutes that provide diploma programs for 10th and 12th pass students, that exposes them towards maintenance and repair work of Automobiles. They then learn the technical aspects of automobil
Tough call but needed to make a decision and an accurate one.
But this decision needs to be made on the basis of your interest, your natural inclination and your potentials. Please do not choose on the basis of your percentage, or friends or family.
If you have a scientific inclination and like research work and matters related to physiology, formulations and interactions interest you, you could opt for Science stream. And if you have an inclination towards numbers and can easily relate to the concepts then commerce can be optedd for.
Please note, read on the subjects in
Through this article, any student can easily know about the best professional courses available for 12th passed students especially from the commerce stream. While completing their schooling, they normally get confused about the best suited professional course in order to build up a good career base. Parents are also worried about the selection of career option that will set a steady and good platform for their child and help them becoming successful in life.
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Before I reply to your query, I would like you to ask yourself why did you choose commerce.
Anyways I would be only listing down options available for you after 12th commerce. You would have to do a little research or reading as to what the course entails, job prospects, future prospects and skills required. Only then make a choice.
Some options includes:
2. B.COM (Accounts / Economics)
3. Self financed courses ( BBI, BAF, BFM)
4. Management courses ( BMS / BBA)
5. BCA / B.SC IT/ B.SC Computer science ( if studied Math in class 12th)
6. Mass media (BMM)
7. Hotel Ma
You have a lot of options available for you. It would all depend on where your interest lies in and what you wish to pursue in the future.
I am just listing down few options available. Do read about the future prospects, job details and skills required before you select any course.
B.Com ( Accounts / Economics)
Self Financed courses ( BAF, BBI, BFM)
Professional courses like CA or CS ( If you select this option, then for graduation choose B.Com general)
Management courses ( BMS / BBA)
Computer science ( If studied Math in 12th)
BCA ( If studied Math in 12th)
Those who wish to work in the corporate world, usually take up commerce. After you take up commerce as your stream in class eleven, you have opened your options to a lot of graduate degrees in the future.
These include-· Bachelor of management studies (BMS)
· Bachelor of commerce (B.Com)
· Bachelor in business management or administration (BBM/BBA)
· Bachelor of business studies (BBS)
After you have completed your bachelor degree, you can either intern in a firm or a corporate or you can go get placed at a job straight away. Another option is to continue studying a
Good question asked. But before I answer, your query, I would like to know how did you conclude your son is an average student. Is it based on his score?
Rather I would suggest, help him select a subject in which he shows an inclination or interest, he would do his best.
Never the less, you could choose any of the following options.
B.Sc Computer Science
Self Financed courses ( BBI, BAF)
Options for a Commerce student if he wishes to quit Math:
Management studies ( BMS / BBA)
Animations / Web Designing
Another suggestion here
Interesting query and more so interesting because at this young age you have already planned a career for you. Good.
Anyways coming to your question. Right now my advise to you would be to focus on 12th and score to your potentials. And then do your best till your graduation. Since to appear for civil services or UPSC exams eligibility criteria is being a Graduate.
In terms of preparation, this exam focuses on concepts and logical or reasoning capacity. As far as concepts are concerned, tbey have a paper on subject that you select. In the subject you select you need to be
Informatic practice is somewhat a technical course which exposes one to computers and its functioning. But since BCA requires Math as a subject in 12th, you would not be eligible. Incase if you looking for this field then opt for Math subject.A
Anyways IP along with 12th commerce, you have the following options:
1. B.Com (general / accounts)
2. Management course (BMS/BBA)
3. Self financed courses like BFM, BBI
4. Media related
5. B.Sc IT/ Computer science
6. Hotel management
7. Professional.courses like CA, ICWAI, CS
Before you make a choice, please do a research on the cou
A BCom is not a deterrent in taking up games designing and animation. Take up a relevant post graduate course. A mass communication course will also help as a base, while you get these certifications.
Your question is pretty generic and personal.
Any career you choose based on your liking, interest and personality skills is the best suited career for you. It cannot be generalised.
Here I would suggest, Self introspection. Analyse what are your strengths, interest and liking. What exactly interest you. Where would you enjoy working whole heartedly. Based on this making a choice would be best.
Or else, opt for an Aptitude test or career counseling test, available here at Mera careee too. The test would determine your Aptitude and interest and would help you mak
Commerce is a field related to fnance. So as such a commerce student would mainly be involved with finance, accounts, banking etc.
As such you could opt for a career related to accounts, whereby you could opt for CA along with B.COM. You could opt for financial markets or stock markets and pursue courses related to BSE or NSE. As such most commerce graduates finds opportunities in the field of banking.
After graduation, you could opt for courses related to CFA or ICWAI. Another option is pursue MBA and opt for business development or positions like financial advis
You are very late to realise that you wish to become a Nutritionist. Taking 12th commerce, you are not eligible for science related courses. The eligibility for Nutrition course is 12th Science only and no other stream candidate can get admitted to the Nutrition course anywhere in Indian Universities and abroad.
But I would like to certainly know how did you suddenly realise that you wish to do Nutrition? Being into the Commerce field, there are plenty of options for your further career, which seems not have excited you enough.
If at all you wish to become a Nutritionist,
You seem to ask different questions instead of your real question. Are you trying to gather all information without knowing what you are suitable for. This way, you wont be able to decide anything and would remain confused till the end. Always remember that all career options are good, however it is important to know which among them is suitable and perfect for you as an individual.
You can do good things for your career after 12th, but in another question you have asked about computer hardware courses and now you are asking about commerce careers.
I would suggest that ins
Any specific reason you wish to pursue an overseas graduation degree? Which field you wish to graduate in? You have not written anything about this. If you are interested in engineering, science, etc, then it is advisable to go for a foreign degree for graduation and not otherwise.
If you belong to non engineering and science field, then I would suggest that you should do graduation from India and then it would be best if you go for Masters abroad. Also you should plan and think whether you would like to settle abroad or come back to India. This is a very important point to be c