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Hello there, you have not mentioned in which HSC stream you are in, whether it is commerce, arts or science. I would like to clarify here at the start itself that 'Number one' career is a myth and does not exist in the world. In fact, you your self can make some career number one for yourself. All career fields are in demand always and thats how the business dynamics is always. So I would suggest not to search for a number one career which is in demand. Always remember that in any career option your capability, learning attitude, hard work, patience, ability, competence, etc count high very much. So if you have the relevant capability, ability, information, knowledge, learning, then you can become successful in that particular career definitely. I would like to quote some of the career options which are available after HSC Commerce. (After HSC Arts, you can become BA, After HSC Science, you can become BSc, MSc, Engineer, Medicine Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacist, etc) After HSC Commerce, you can join professional courses like Chartered Accountancy, Cost Accountancy, Company Secretaryship, Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). These courses can be done along the side of graduation that is BCom. After BCom you can directly get admitted to the intermediate/middle level stage of these courses. If you are not interested in any of these courses, then after graduation you can do MBA. MBA can be done by any graduate (Commerce, Arts, Science, excluding Fine Arts). In MBA you can specialised in Finance, Human Resource, Marketing or Operations or International Business. However it is very important to score good marks and percentage in graduation. After HSC Science, you can change the stream and get into Engineering, Pharmacy, Medicine, etc. I also recommend you to undergo the psychometric assessment available at CareerGuide.com which will also help you to know your strengths, weaknesses. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses is veyr important for making a successful career and avoid repenting for choosing a worng career path. This test can also be done at home by yourself
Once you have passed your board exam then what do to ahead you don’t know in the first place.
Most of the students get worried to choose their career path.
You have to appear in competitive exams for a traditional bachelor degree to join a professional course.
In India, IIT JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam) is one of the most popular exam. The exam is conducted for the aspirants to get the admission In India’s top most institute i.e. IITs.
This exam is one of the most difficult and most desired exam conducted in India. You can appear in this exam after your board exams.
The exam is conducted in two phases:
You must have to clear both these phases to be known as an IIT JEE Qualified candidate.
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