Your question is too general. Be specific as to which stream are you talking about. It would have been better. Never the less, I would list down few options in all the streams. Do read on the courses as to what are the skills required, future options etc.
Courses any 12th pass student can opt for includes:
Management studies ( BMS / BBA)
Courses after 12th Science ( PCB):
Bio medical sciences
Medical Lab technician
Interesting question. We are here to help you, but I would be able to guide you only if you had clearly specified what you currently doing.
Be specific as to what you are currently doing, stream, area of interest etc.
Wish you good luck....
after 12th science so many career options are here like few options i am sharing with you less demanded courses like -
BMS - Bachelor in Management Studies
BAMS - Bachlore in Ayurvedic Medical science
Degree in Animation
Degree in Actuarial science
Degree in Aeronautical engineering
Degree in Geo informatics
Degree in Marine engineering
less demanded course but highest scope in career.
Thnx & Regds
Sorry I am unable to understand your question.
12th is just the beginning of a career for a student. Whether through regular mode or through correspondence, a student needs to complete his education, all depending on his circumstances.
Thus, after your 12th, you would have to decide which field you wish to make a career in.
In case of confusion, opt for an Aptitude test or career counseling test, which would reveal your potentials, Aptitude, interest etc, and help you make a confirmed choice.
Do write back if any more doubt.
Wish you good luck...
Looks like you are interested in Accounts. But then why is your question posted in the Science stream.
Hope you could manage studying accounts all by your own. Since the difficulty level of ACCA, seems equivalent to CA.
Please note ACCA, is not a degree per-say, but like CA, it does have value in the market. But at the sametime, would advise you to simultaneously complete your degree course too.
Yes. after 12th, you can join ACCA directly. There are exams that you need to clear which once you join they would inform you accordingly.
For more information, check:
Wish you good
You are looking at complete non science career options. What made you look at them and how did you come across them being into the science stream for 12th? PCM with computers is a good stream you have already selected and therefore choosing any other stream should be done very carefully and with 100% surety.
Civil Services, Fashion Designing and Law are all different from each other. It is obvious that you are not reaching a deciding point for your future career.
I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test first from CareerGuide.com. This is a psychometric test which
It is great that you are asking this question. Yes, this decision will have a major impact on your life; going forward. Please be advised that today's world does not tolerate mediocrity and appreciates excellence. Whatever you may choose now will be the foundation for your career. And in your career you need to be at the top of your game. Be the very best in that field. AT least in the top 10% in that sector.
With this in mind; you need to make a measured and a calculated decision. Do you have any passion? Studies, Arts, culture, sports, anything. Where you feel and other
After 12th, based on your percentage, you can select BA English or BA English Honors from a recognised State University.
After BA English, you may opt for MA English or you may diversify to one of the below job oriented career options:
2. Mass Communication
3. Foreign Languages
4. Teaching and PhD
5. Travel and Tourism
6. Media Studies
However do not choose randomly or by names of the careers. All the above careers are challenging and therefore you should be very clear about what to choose for a long term career. Take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com to
It is not absolutely compulsory to shift courses after 12th MEC group. You can continue with the Commerce graduation like BCom. However, you can definitely choose professional courses like CA, CS, CWA along side with the Commerce graduation studies. You may consider shifting to LLB course after 12th which is of five years duration.
Since there are plenty of diverse options in commerce stream and choosing one of them is confusing at times, in this case I would strongly suggest you to take the Commerce Career Selector psychometric test from CareerGuide.com. This is a sp
You have chosen the PCM category to ask your question and since you have not mentioned clearly by yourself that which stream 12th grade you will be passing, I am assuming that you are 12th Science stream student and wish to know what career option you can do after 12th.
Well, with PCM as the combination, you certainly can think of Engineering as a career, where Maths proficiency is required. Hope you will be able to score good in 12th. For Engineering, you will have to prepare for JEE examinations which is competitive in nature and aim for getting into the IITs or NITs or IIITs
Combining a foreign language with the language learnt is recommended.
Language experts are required BPOs, for translation, travel industry, hotel industry, media industry, advertising, teaching.
Masters degree in the language of your choice and combined with a foreign language can be a very good career proposition.
It’s good to see that you are concerned about your career choice in eleventh standard as you have one more year in hand to finalise it. The well known options for science stream with PCM group are as follows Pharmacy, Engineering, Architecture, Fashion designing, Compute applications, graduation from any of the subjects in pure science, Travel and Tourism, Merchant Navy, Hotel Management etc. Few less known options are Aviation, Agriculture science, horticulture and floriculture, Jewellery designing, Forest science, pursuing competitive exams etc.
The best way to select a career is
You have selected the PCM category to ask your question, so I suppose that you have scored 54% in the science stream with PCM.
I would like to ask why so low percentage when the PCM combination enables one to score maximum marks. 54% is a very less percentage and therefore you are not somewhat eligible for engineering or medicine admission.
Did you choose the science stream after serious thought and after checking your level of aptitude and interest? Your poor performance suggests that you are not suitable for science stream.
I would suggest that you should continue with the Sci
Since you have chosen the PCM category to ask this question, should I suppose that you passed the 12th with PCM as the subjects? If not let me know which stream you belong to.
However, I would too require some more details about you and your specific concern or problem or doubt in your career. Also, I would like to know what percentage have you scored in the PCM 12th?
As far as PCM subjects are concerned, you can make very good careers in the below areas:
Any Engineering (preferably Mechanical, IT, Computer Science, Chemical, Electrical, Civil, Instrumentation)
Firstly I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test and know which career option suits you based on your aptitude, inter personal capabilities and likings. These are necessary to be judged for selecting the course.
There are good options after 12th PCM. PCM is a strong combination for career. Some of the options are as below:
Any Engineering (preferably Mechanical, IT, Computer, Electrical, Instrumentation)
Astronomy / AstroPhysics
Dear Friend, there are many avenues to be chosen, like you may go for pursuing B.SC. or choose certain paramedical courses like B.pharmacy, B.Mlt etc or get a specialization as a dietician etc. Overall you must check what your area of interest is and as per that only make a choice for your career, try seeking admission at any one of these - Christian Medical College, Vellore,..................AIIMS, Delhi,................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara
Why suddenly are you feeling to for banking jobs from the science stream and career? Is there anyone who told you that Banking jobs are always good and secure and good salaries are there?
Any degree is fine to appear for banking jobs. There are many science graduates like you who appear for Banking jobs.
55% in 12th is now marks however this is not an end.
Which stream 12th have you appeared? and what help you require from us?
With PCM 55% I dont think you can get admission int engineering. I would suggest you to complete BSc in a subject that you like.
If you can mention which stream 12th have you given, I can definitely list out the options you can choose from for your long term career.
If required I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from careerguide. This psychometric test will enable you to know you aptitude, interests, emotional quotient, inter personal abilities, which are very important for selecting the right career choice.