Career Options to Choose After Completing Intermediate (12th class): Most of the students are confused about what to do after intermediate, means which stream to choose for future education purpose. It is not an easy job to take a final and good decision, after completing intermediate. Because, first of all, we need to stand for one and final decision, but at the same time family pressure is also there, at that moment, we need to think in a pleasant manner and take a better decision for our future. Now, we are mentioning about the top 10 educational streams and they are as follows:
- Chartered Accountant
- Job/Internet web designing (I.T)
- Commercial pilot
- Degree (B.Com, B.Sc, BBA etc)
Engineering: It is the most developed and most important course after intermediate and engineering remain one of the most important career oriented course in India. In India, approximately about one million engineers graduate from government universities, polytechnics and private colleges every year. The number of Indian students prefers doing engineering in U.S and in an engineering course in India.
If Someone goes for management then charges are based on the colleges/universities, depending upon Institute and branch you are choosing. If someone goes for the convenor quota means, the fees of the student will be sanctioned by the government, may be around 35000 – 40000 INR. For this, the candidate should write the entrance exam known as EAMCET and qualify in it. Also Read: EAMCET Counseling &; Certificate Verification & Complete Procedure
Law: The demand for legal studies in India is very high. Universities estimates about four lakhs students graduate with law degrees every year. The five-year course called bachelor of arts and legume baccalaureus (LLB) is offered primarily at government colleges in India. A typically BA, LLB course costs around one lakh to three lakhs depending upon the universities and colleges, if someone goes for the private or management quota for good. But, if the candidate wants to grab the opportunity of scholarship for the good, then the candidate has to write and qualify the entrance exam known as PGLCET/LAWCET. Also Read: TS PGLCET / LAWCET 2018 & Notifications, Exam Dates, Application Form & Fees
Medicine: One of the most attractive and interesting course after intermediate is medicine. After intermediate, over fifty thousand students graduated as doctors every year. These include graduates in Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani and Dentistry streams of medicine. Common courses are Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Science (MBBS), Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Science (BAMS), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Science (BUMS), Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Science (BHMS), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS). Here also the student has an opportunity to grab the scholarship, by writing and qualifying in the Entrance Exam known as NEET. If the candidate not qualified in that entrance exam then he/she need to pay the fees, depending upon the college or university they choose. Also Read: NEET 2018 & Notifications, Exam Dates, Application Form Online
Architecture: Every year in India approximately fifty thousand students graduated from the five-year, bachelor of architecture course in India. Various societies of architectures state, civil engineers also study architecture online or private colleges informally. If the candidate wants to go for management quota, an architecture course costs between two lakhs to five lakhs depending upon the institute/college you choose. If the candidate wants to get the scholarship then he/she need to write and qualify the entrance exam known as EAMCET.
Journalism: Nowadays, journalism is also one of the most attractive course after intermediate, due to the increase of media journalism is also making its place in the educational stream. The increase in advertising, as well as print, electronic, and digital news media, most of the students, are choosing journalism as their professional course. Typical journalism courses are of three years and it cost around three lakhs rupees for a Bachelor of communication and journalism (or) Bachelor of mass communication degree.
Chartered Accountant: The best professional course for higher education is chartered accountancy. The 3-5 years of course, the years are depending upon the course that you will be taking, it allows flexibility to work and study. CA course and examination is administrated by ICAI (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India) and no other college or university is authorized to qualify a person as a CA. Students moving this way must be very careful in all matters of this.
The Internet, Web Designing, IT: India ranks as the top destination for foreign companies looking to hire IT, experts. Over one lakh students enroll for various IT or web design course in India. But this figure is far from accurate since a large number of engineering students also take IT related studies as part of their IT course.
Pharmacy: About twenty-five thousand students graduated as a pharmacist, from various universities in India every year. Pharmacy studies are gaining momentum due to the opening of several new and private healthcare facilities across the country. India’s Food and Medicine Administration has also made it mandatory for all large medical companies, distributors and retailers to hire qualified pharmacists, as part of licensing policy. If the student wants to get the scholarship from the government then he/she should write and qualify the entrance exam known as EAMCET.
Nursing: India requires thousands of nurses, paramedics, and care give annually, due to the increase in healthcare scenarios. B.Sc nursing is an excellent course to study if you possess a good nice and decent behavior for caring to all human of all ages then you should forward for this profession. A B.Sc nursing degree costs between one lakh rupees to three lakhs rupees for the completion of course. It also depends upon the Institute or college.
Commercial Pilot: A huge demand for qualified commercial pilots exists in India, as the country is moving very fast in technology. Flying is also the very attractive profession after intermediate. It offers commercial pilots an opportunity to see the world. Most aspiring commercial pilots are forces for training. A flying course cost whooping of two million rupees in India. In our country, they need about eight thousand commercial pilots annually to keep airlines operations working. Local flying schools account for less than one thousand trained pilots.
Conclusion: Several key factors are considered by students while enrolling for career-oriented professional courses after 12th. So, ‘All the Best’ and try hard for your better future, the student may also proceed for Degree (B.Com, B.Sc, BBA etc) etc. Stay tuned with us for more informative posts.