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Dear friend, your question is also concerned to those who cant afford the high price of quality education. There are many governmental of semi governmental colleges which offers the science based courses at very nomical fee structure. Since you have got 60% marks in 12th standard. The best opportunities for you could be the following subjects combinations;BSc Botany, Zoology, ChemistryBSC Botany, Microbiology, ChemistryBSc Microbiology, Biotechnolgy, ChemistryBSc or BTech in BiotechnologyBSc in MicrobiologyBSc in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Computer ScienceBSc in Microbiology, Botany, Statisti
Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. You have clearly stated that you are not interested in Engineering. And this rules out a major track. Fine. So lets think of other career options you may consider to pursue. Before I advice you on a career route, it is essential to know which career route suits your personality. therefore I advice you to seriously consider taking up the psychometric test from this Mera career website. This psychometric test will help you know you as a person, your strengths and values towards your career. It will prescribe the careers
Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I appreciate your interest in Environmental science. Having you studied PCM, you may not qualify to apply for a BSc Environmental engineering and yes you are right, Biology is an important subject to study Environmental engineering. The reason is because as a part of this environmental engineering degree, you will be studying about bio diversity and that includes plants, microbes on water, land or air. You will also learn about conserving endangered species and for all this you will need a very well understanding of Biology
Dear Shraddha,Thanks for approaching CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and help in your further career decision making.I personally feel that scoring 50% in science is a very low score compared to the lot of scoring questions in the subjects. I feel, that science is not made for you for a career. I am saying this not to discourage you, but to save from the future frustration and depression if you choose science and dont get successful and may be dont like what you have choosen as a career.Wrong career choice can land you in high trouble and then at that time it will be a total waste o
Dear StudentThank you very much for approaching CareerGuide.com. As your state of mind is not in comfortable situation so my first advice to you to take proper rest and then initiate anything. Education system has been designed in such a way where student like you could be beniftted as per your suitability and fitness. Then why you are in hurry and feeling insecure for the future. Your future is kept in your present so just focus on your board and give your level best to score the maximum. Agian it is not possible if your second thought regarding the future perpectives dominates your present g
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Well very few people are aware about the PCME group i.e Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics and Electronics. Alike of PCME there is also a group of PCMC - Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics and Computer Science; BCME- Biology,Chemistry,Mathematics and Electronics. These are the further education options that are available for the students after 10+.
Very few parents and teachers are aware about such kind of Options after 10+.
Well talking about the career options with PCME group ther
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.
BSc Maths is a good career option. You can go into sectors like IT, Banking, Insurance, Teaching, etc.
After BSc Maths, it is recommended to complete MSc Maths.
After BSc Maths, you can choose MCA, Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Civil).
Also would recommend that apart from qualification, work on your english language skills, personality and communication.
Science has two major options: With Biology & Chemistry and with Maths & Physics.
Is your Maths more strong or Biology & Chemistry more strong? Career choices depend on this. You will have to tell me this.
With Science there are plenty of options from medicine, engineering, life sciences, para-medical etc. All are available in Maharashtra.
If you are not sure what is suitable to you for career, I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test which is a psychometric test. This will analyse your aptitude, interests, likings, etc and suggest you ideal career whic
You have plenty options to choose from. Few popular options for a science students with PCM as subjects are Engineering, pharmacy, architecture, fashion designing, merchant navy, hotel management, bachelors in any of pure science subjects, bachelors in computer application, animation and multimedia courses etc.
Choosing the most suitable career is a vital decision and a psychometric tests helps you the best in this decision. Another way is to list down your interests, dislikes and discuss it with your parents and teachers. Think about what kind of profile you would like to
After 12th Humanities, there are really good and growing career options you can choose. It is now no more a stream which had only languages and teaching as careers.
Just mentioning below the list of options in Humanities / Arts which are exciting, long term and well paying too:
Business Management (HR / Marketing, International Business)
Languages (Indian / Foreign)
Travel & Tourism
Hotel & Hos
PCM is a very demanding combination at 10+2 level and there are definitely good courses for making a good career.
However, I would advice caution before choosing an option.
Below are some career options which require Maths, Physics and Chemistry:
Any Engineering (preferably Mechanical, Chemical, Instrumentation, Electrical)
Astronomy / AstroPhysics
The above course are Maths centric.
I would advice you to t
Which college entrance exams are you talking about in PCM?
If you can clarify and give me more information, I would definitely be able to help you appropriately.
I am happy to know that you like Maths as a subject and wish to continue with it for your further career.
Based on PCM group of Science 12th exam, there are careers open to you as listed below:
Any Engineering (preferably Mechanical, Instrumentation, Electrical, IT, Computers)
Medicine (all specialisations)
Maths as a subject is a dynamic subject and based on the basis of its mastery you can make wonderful careers.
If you are interested in Engineering, do take the Engineering Bran
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