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Bms is a good option?
Dear friend, thank you very much for your question, first of all I wish you best of luck for your result, which will out in few days. As you have mentioned that you have take PCM and you dont want to go for engineering. Let me tell you after taking PCM in 10+2 and being an engineer is not the ultimate profession. There are much better profession than being an engineer. The BMS you have mentioned, is it Bachelor in Managment Studies??After your result, you can try to get admission in BBA, BCA or as you have written BMS. Your mathematics background will definitely help you to make you comfortable in studying the BBA, BCA or BMS courses. But being graduate in either of these subject will open limited job opportunities for you, in my opinion after passing the BBA, BCA, or BMS you should go for MBA, MCA courses. These post graduate courses will definitely open vast job opportunities for you in private companies as well as in academic fields also.Two of my former colleagues were BBA, MBA and BCA, MCA. Both are in academic field, involved in teaching, guiding students and also looking after their respective departments administrative affairs. Now both the guys are pursuing their doctoral degree. They are studying more, just to explore their field and also to improve their educational qualification. This will help them in two ways, one they will have more academic satisfaction (technically more qualified) and secondly they will have more opportunities to grow in their field. Moreover the course of BMS and MBA will also help you to get a better job.
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 goal. Before planing anything in future you must now the logical and structural preperation which requires as the prevalent content for your future study. You are developing the symptom of rejection to withdraw physics, chemistry and maths those are common for everything at elementery level, if you think that i have to go for the best job in the world of your anyc hoice then must know all the subjects at elementory level. First you do the self-introspection that why you are not comfortable to take these sujects even at elementery level, you will get answer in simple manner that you have been agitated to give a new look of your future and that is why your grasping and understanding capacity has been blocked at emotional as well as neural level. This is called human pshycology which push you back and give you the rejection symptom.I am not saying that you stick to PCM only, rather you try so many other streams where you are comfortable and could be best in implementing your the subject objectives. I can suggest you many other fields as below:
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