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What to do after 12th – Career choices after completing high school
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Thinking of what to do after 12th? The answer to this one question plays a massive role in making the future of the student. Let's discuss all the career choices that you have after completing your 12th standard.

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Index

  1. Introduction
  2. What to do after 12th Commerce
  3. What to do after 12th Science
  4. What to do after 12 Arts

 

Introduction

Career choices after 12th are one of the most critical decisions for a student. What to do after 12th? The answer to this one question plays a massive role in making the future of the student. Most of us without researching select a career path based on our friends, relatives, or whatever is in the trend. There was a time when everyone wanted to be a doctor; then, there was a time when everyone wanted to be a lawyer, an I.A.S. officer, and now there is a craze for engineering. To sort this out, let us dig into the career choices we can opt for after completing 12th standard.

 

What to do after 12th Commerce

What to do after 12th Commerce? It is a big question on every Commerce student’s face after boards. Below are some of the options for Commerce students. 

1. B.Com – Bachelor of Commerce

B.Com is an undergraduate course mostly opted by commerce students after 12th standard. The course is a three year long and can be completed in regular or distance education mode. BCom has three types, BCom/BCom – General, BCom (Honours), and BCom -L.L.B. 

The course includes subjects of Commerce and finance. There are few elective subjects in the curriculum which the candidate can choose. The course has six semesters that cover subjects like Financial accounting, corporate tax, company law, auditing, business management, etc.

BCom is an excellent option for students who want to pursue a career in finance, banking, and insurance. If the student wants to continue C.A. or C.S., they can also opt for this degree. 

 

2. B.B.A – Bachelor of Business Administration

B.B.A. is an excellent option for students interested to pursue management in the future. B.B.A. is the optimum choice for M.B.A. aspirants. It is a three-year degree and opens to students of all streams: Science, Arts, and Commerce. It specializes in training students in management and leadership. The degree offers classroom lectures along with internships and projects. You can complete the degree in two ways of distance learning or full time. There are four specializations to choose from Human Resource Management, Finance, Sales and Marketing, and Information Technology.

 

3. C.A. – It stands for Chartered Accountancy

Chartered Accountant or C.A. is a designation given to a person who has received certification from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). This certification proves that the person is eligible and qualified to handle financial and accounting matters. A C.A. is also trained to advise clients, such as companies and individuals.

Chartered Accountancy can be pursued by two methods, Foundation Course or Direct Entry Route. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India conducts exams at three levels, and candidates passing these levels qualify as a Chartered Accountant.

Students, after passing the 12th standard, have to enter through the foundation level; students who have graduated with a degree in BCom can take the entry from Intermediate level.

 

4. B.M.S. – Bachelor of Management Science

Bachelor of Management Science is a three-year undergraduate course that offers subjects like human resource management and structural behavior. In contrast, there are electives in labor-management relations, compensation systems, etc. It trains students in a matter of organizational work, management of organizations, etc. It is a management education program. There is a never-ending demand for managers in the market, locally and globally. B.M.S. is a perfect course to produce killed managers who can uplift firms and organizations. You can opt for B.M.S. after completing your 12th standard from the Commerce field.

 

What to do after 12th Science 

What to do after class 12th Science? It is a big question for science students. With subjects such as physics, chemistry, maths, and electives like computer science, biology, physical education. Let us discuss career paths after class 12th science.

1. Engineering

After class 12th science with mathematics as one of your core subjects, you can opt for engineering. One of the most important exams in India is JEE. JEE or Joint Entrance Exam is taken at two levels. There is JEE Mains, those who clear JEE Mains can appear for JEE Advance. The core of JEE Advance is used for admissions in I.I.T., and the score of JEE Mains is applicable for N.I.T.s and some other top private colleges. Some esteemed colleges such as BITS and V.I.T. take their examinations for admissions. JEE and JEE Advanced are one of the most challenging exams in India. Private coaching for JEE is available all over India. Students should start early if they want to get the right Engineering college.

The exam is conducted once a year in mid-March. The registrations are opened during November and December. Around 12 lakh students appear for the exams. With your JEE score, you can attend prestigious colleges such as I.I.T.s, N.I.T.s, and many more.

Before JEE For I.I.T. separate exam was conducted, and in place of JEE mains, there was AIEEE. Then board marks were not considered during the admission process. Now JEE Mains is held two times, once in January and then in March.

 

2. Medical

In this field, only students with Biology as one of their subjects can apply. NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Exam) is one of the toughest entrance exams in India. It is conducted once a year during May. The registration for the exam starts in December. 12th Standard students can apply for the exam. There is an age limit for every category for the number of attempts in NEET. In 2017 unreserved candidates were eligible until the age of 25, and unreserved candidates are qualified till the age of 30. The court is yet to decide the age limit for this year’s NEET. 

NEET is the key to one of the most prestigious colleges of India AIIMS. AIIMS Delhi is a dream college for all medical students. People prepare for years to get admission in that college. Thus, work hard for NEET is you want to pursue a career in the medical field.

 

3. Architecture

Architecture is an amalgamation of design and engineering. It is a career option for students who love to design. You can get a B. Arch degree to pursue a career in architecture. JEE conducts JEE paper 2 for B.Arch admission. Candidates can get admission in N.I.T.s by giving JEE Paper 2. The exam has 2 parts, one MCQ and the other subjective. For B.Arch from I.I.T.s, the students have to clear JEE advance. 

Architecture is a great career option for students who want to have a creative touch in their job. The salary of an Architect is dependent on its ability and designs. After gaining experience, architects open their firm. There are exams like NATA, especially for Architecture, which provide admissions in colleges like CEPT.

 

4. Defense

Class 12th science students can apply in the defense forces of India. N.D.A. is one of the most popular exams given by class 12th students for officer ranks in defense services. There is an All India Level N.D.A. written exam. The candidates that clear the written are called for S.S.B. S.S.B. is a five-day-long exam, where the candidates are judged on the various parameters. After S.S.B., students are invited for medical examination. Candidates clearing medical examination are selected for defense services and trained for four years. The cadets join as officers after their training.

 

What to do after 12th arts

Most of the career options in trend right now are for science students. What to do after 12th arts? Is a question seldom asked? In this section, we will discuss career options for art students.

1. Fashion Designing

Fashion Designing is an excellent course for students interested in designing and fashion. India has produced great designers such as Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra, Ritu Kumar, and many more. The fashion industry has become necessary with the growth of Social Media. Now celebrities not only in movies but prefer stylists for everyday activities. The airport look, the gym look, the Instagram look all make sense now. Fashion is an opportunity to express yourself boldly. For fashion designing, there are several colleges in India, but the most significant two are N.I.D. and NIFT. NIFT is located all over India and conducts the NIFT exam for admissions. N.I.D. also conducts an N.I.D. exam for a bachelor’s degree in various fields of designing. A degree from these colleges provides a strong base for young designers.

 

2. Hotel Management

India is known for its hospitality, and thus, the hospitality industry is an excellent option for students of the arts stream. The Bachelor’s in Hotel Management is a three-year course. A chain of Indian Institutes of Hotel Management was established in India. I.H.M.s are prestigious colleges which offer you knowledge about hospitality, management of staff, cooking, and many other skills required to work in a hotel. If you have excellent communication skills, love to interact with guests, hotel management is just for you. If you are shy you can specialize in cooking and who knows one day, you might become a celebrity chef. 

3. B.A.

Bachelor of Arts is a graduate degree preferred by most of the students of the arts stream. B.A. is best for students who want to get a government job that requires graduation. The syllabus of B.A. is not too time-consuming, so students can focus on their extra studies for other competitive exams. Many government colleges offer B.A. The fees of the program are affordable. The graduation opens the door to many government jobs such as banks, defense, schools, etc.

 

4. Journalism

If you have always admired the reporters on T.V., if you are observant and love reporting facts, journalism is just for you. In India, various private colleges offer journalism courses which maybe 1 or 2 years long. The eligibility for these courses is that the candidate has to be class 12th pass out. After journalism, you can pursue a career in T.V. media, Printing Media, Blogging, etc. Journalism broadens your perspective. The high surge in demand of journalists and mass communication degrees is due to the expansion of media all over the world. T.V., Social media, blogging everything has become a part of our daily life. So, if you want a job with challenges, then journalism is just for you. 

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