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If I read it right, you are confused about which stream to select between science and humanities in your +2 stream.
If so, ask yourself, what do you like to do most, science related work or people related work.
Introspect and try and find out your basic interests; are they science related or people related.
Write down all the careers you know, from a plumber, to a maid, to a doctor, to a politician, to anything...
How many are science related and how many are people related.
If majority of your answers are people related, then humanities should be your option, if not then select science related.
After all these also, if you are not able to arrive at a conclusion, it is better to take a psychometric assessment and zero down.
Hope this helps
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This is a very general and very common confusion in the minds of the students, so you need not feel worried and get tensed. I am happy that you approached CareerGuide to get a solution to your confusion.
Science and Humanities are very different fields from each other and they cannot be compared as to which is good or bad or which is best to select.
Career selection should always happen on the base of one own's aptitude, inter personal abilities, interests, innate qualities and emotional quotient. If course and career selection is done without the consideration of the above factors then there are big chances of failure in the career in the long term.
I can give you a long list of all the courses available under the science and humanities stream but that you not serve any purpose. As an Expert, I would like to know what are your interests, aptitude, emotional quotient, and other aspects which are required for career selection.
I would suggest that taking the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com would be the best answer to your concern. This is a psychometric test which is scientific and unbiased. The report will tell you exactly which stream is suitable for you. Always remember that every career stream is good, however it much more important to know where you are capable and suitable for.
With Humanities subject you could become a very good lecturer in Geography, Economics, Polity and various subjects of Arts
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