Abhishek Tyagi

I am totally confused regarding the my career options.

Right Know I was doing B.Tech 2nd yr but dropped & now I am thinking for BBA or Law.

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RE: I am totally confused regarding the my career options.

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Hello My Dear Career Aspirant,


Very sad to see you drop from BTech after going ahead for two years. It seems that you have realised that engineering is not for you.

You can very well go for BBA or Law, but here I would like to request you to take this decision of changing your careers if you really feel that this is the need.

Teh way you took decision to go for engineering and now after you realise that engineering is not for you, the same thing should not happen again after you choose BBA or Law. There fore I would suggest you to take a very serious and seincere and cautious decision this time.

BBA or Law:

You can take admission to BBA course based on your 10+2 (HSC, 12th) marks statement. You can also go for five year integrated BA or BBA LLB course based onyour HSC level marks.

BBA and Law are two different things and there fore you need to decide which one of them.

RE: I am totally confused regarding the my career options.

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Hello My Dear Career Aspirant,


Very sad to see you drop from BTech after going ahead for two years. It seems that you have realised that engineering is not for you.

You can very well go for BBA or Law, but here I would like to request you to take this decision of changing your careers if you really feel that this is the need.

Teh way you took decision to go for engineering and now after you realise that engineering is not for you, the same thing should not happen again after you choose BBA or Law. There fore I would suggest you to take a very serious and seincere and cautious decision this time.

BBA or Law:

You can take admission to BBA course based on your 10+2 (HSC, 12th) marks statement. You can also go for five year integrated BA or BBA LLB course based onyour HSC level marks.

BBA and Law are two different things and there fore you need to decide which one of them.


I would suggest yout o under go Ideal Career Assessment Test from CareerGuide.com which will tell you exactly which stream of career and course you should go for.

All the Best!

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