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Available courses in sports after 12th are BSc Physical education, Health Education and Sports, Bachelor of Physical Education and SPorts, Diploma in Yoga and Diploma in Physical education etc. So you can search for these courses in universities like Mount Carmel College, Lovely Professional University, Annamalai university etc.
Good question. Please note, just having confidence will not take you at a higher position. One needs the necessary skills and most importantly the right beginning at a very early age.
I would strictly suggest, continue with your studies. Pursue higher studies like a masters degree inyour chosen field or management studies.
At the sametime, you could join a sports club and continue boxing learning and playing. It would act as a great stress buster post studies and job.
Hope this helps.
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Actual Sports career and Doctor cannot be merged. If you wish to become a Sportsperson, your medicine knowledge is of no use. These two are different. How can you compare these two and ask this question to yourself? Its like asking whether Orange is better or Apple? Both are good and are distinct and important.
I would suggest you to first decide which is your most liking area for career and then take necessary steps.
If you have the aptitude to become a Doctor, you can go for Medicine or may be Physiotherapy where you can be a Physiotherapist for Sportsman also. However learnin
Dear Pooja,While the annual demand for physical education teachers is 97,694 (total cumulative demand of 976,938 spread over 2013-22), the approved intake is only 41,055 per annum. Similarly, while the annual demand for elite and non-elite sports coaches is 39, 697, it is estimated that the supply through accredited institutions would not exceed 5,000.Please have a look at some popular career option under Sports industry :SportspersonCoachSports PhysiotherapistSports PsychologistMedicine ExpertSports ManagerSports OfficialsSports Lawyer
Dear Student, correspondence courses are generally meant for those who are either physically disabled and so, are unable to attend regular classes. They may take admission and attend online classes at their homes only or attend PCP's of seven to ten days once in a semester or these courses are beneficial for those who are in job and can't go for a regular study programs. These courses do have a worth and validity, but this thing is also there that at the time of recruitment, the candidates with regular studies are given the priority over those who did degrees under correspondence or distance l
Even if you do not like studying, getting a basic good graduation degree is highly recommended.
Having that as a back up, you can definitely choose Sports as your career option and proceed ahead with good coaching and the right contacts.