Here are Some Tip On What To Choose After Inter 2nd Year:
Welcome to the most discussed topic, Career after Intermediate. Here we present you much detailed information about what and how you take a step after +2. The appropriate time to make a decision on the simple yet complex question, what you want to become. A perfect planning with proper execution lifts you up to the envisaged berth. It’s the age at which many teens goes deaf and do follow their fellow mates ending up their originality. All you need to do is monitor the funds Collect, Communicate, Navigate.
Collect: Collect as much information as you can from seniors, educationalists and faculty members, online tutorials and some counseling sessions.
Communicate: Talk a lot about various courses offered by umpteen educational houses in the country so that you get a grip on what is meant for you based on your interests and skills.
Navigate: Choose a right path from the bunch of options you acquired by Collecting and communicating, so you get desired course and altitude to fly safely. Never rule out any possible opportunity.
Predominantly choose a career of your interest and capability for which feasibility and guidance are the key parameters while skill remains as a catalyst in fetching your opportunities and nurturing your personality. Most of the Indian’s stick to the basic formula, scoring high in +2(M.P.C) and choose to engineer, end up writing a piece of code or resolving issues. It’s all up to you whether to follow the trend or choose a path of your interest risking a bit, though.
Here are the prominent fields of study which you can opt for:
Management Studies: Right after Intermediate, teens can take up Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS), Bachelor of Financial and Investment Analysis (BFIA) followed by specialization in their desired fields.
Computers & IT stream: It’s been a vital organ of our body and so playing a vital role in earth’s revolution and rotation! Umpteen 3-year degree courses are offered to opt for your choice.
Engineering Stream: This is the most preferred and safest option to all the 17-year-old lads. A good rank in JEE Mains & Advanced fetches you to pursue a 4year course in IIT’s. BITSAT, AIEEE, and some state-owned universities like Jadavpur University, Benaras Hindu University, Andhra University, Osmania University, Anna University, SRM University, VIT University, and SASTRA University.
Medical Stream: If you had Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in class XII then you can consider a career in medicine and related fields.
As far as the profession is concerned it has got decent nobility, which is a very well known fact. But the saddest part is, plenty aspire to stick with traditional computers and engineering courses. Lowering the complexity, NEET-UG came into existence in 2013 a National Eligibility & Entrance Test for Under Graduate courses in almost all medical colleges in India, few private medical colleges also consider the score. Apart from that, the entrance examination is also conducted by big head colleges like AIIMS. A very alternate choice for those who fall short of the cut off can opt for allied medical courses like Dental, Pharmacy, and Homeopathy, etc.