Higher Secondary i.e 12th class is the most crucial phase of a student’s life. It is the time when along with preparing for board exams, student has to examine all the existing career options and accordingly make the decision for degree to peruse and profession to practice in future. The knowledge of courses, subjects, colleges and related profession helps the students to take the most productive and best suited decision about their career.
The admissions in colleges for Bachelor Degree courses are made either by conducting entrance examination or directly on the basis of percentage achieved by the aspirant in higher secondary. Higher the percentage in 12th class more will be the chances of getting course and college of your choice and hence the disciples should understand the significance of securing higher marks in 12th class.
The HSC (12th class) qualified disciples have options of either get into job or take admission in bachelor degree course to continue studies. In India, there is a lots of job opportunities for 12th passed candidates in government as well as private sector. Although the jobs at this level are not considered enough good to join but in most of the cases the students are permitted to peruse their distance/ online/ part time degree with their job.
The Government is also dedicated to provide jobs to maximum number of candidates at every level. To achieve this goal, the government has set up several agencies/ bodies/ commissions like Staff Selection Commission, Union Public Service Commission, state Public Service Commission etc. which conducts examination to recruit the staff for government departments. The Staff Selection Commission conducts examination to recruit Non technical staff, stenographer, Lower division clerk, Data entry operator etc. for various government departments. Union Public Service Commission conducts recruitment of staff at 10+2 level for Indian Army, Navy & Air Force and also for Special Class Railway Apprentice (SCRA). Bank also conducts examination for recruitment of clerks through IBPS.
Those students which are not interested at this instance to get into job can continue their studies to enhance their knowledge and to become eligible for more handsome jobs and other career opportunities. The studies after HSC may be continued by getting admission in various bachelor degree courses, integrated LLB, diploma course, enrolment in C.A. or other professional course.
BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES FOR MATHEMATICS STUDENTS:
The courses which are exclusively conducted for the students completed their HSC (12th class) in Science having mathematics as one of their subjects are:
- B.A/ B.Sc (Hons) Mathematics
- Integrated M.Sc in Mathematics (5 year program includes B.Sc+M.Sc)
The degree in core mathematics courses provides a promising career prospect to the students. The student can get jobs in various research institutes like ISRO, BARC, DRDO as Mathematician, software companies, teaching faculty in educational institutes, Accountant & data analyst in companies and lots more.
For detailed information about courses and career opportunities for Mathematics students read the article “Brief of Bachelor Degree Courses for Mathematics Students”.
BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES FOR BIOLOGY STUDENTS:
Biology students are provided with a huge list of Bachelor Degree courses to select as per their interest and capabilities. Some of the courses which are exclusively conducted for Biology disciples are:
- MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
- BDS – Bachelor of Dental Surgery
- BAMS – Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery
- BNYS – Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Science
- BUMS – Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery
- BSMS – Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery
- BHMS – Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery
- BV.Sc & A.H – Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
- B.Pharma – Bachelor of Pharmacy
- B.P.T – Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- B.O.T – Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
- BMLT – Bachelor of Medical Lab Technician
- B.Sc Nursing
There are lots of opportunities for biology students in jobs and other professions like becoming a doctor, nurse, chemist, physiotherapist, scientist, dietician, environmentalist etc. These promising career opportunities make biology as most preferred subject for HSC and higher education.
For detailed information about Bachelor Degree courses for biology students, read the article “Brief of Bachelor Degree Courses for Biology Students”.
BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES FOR COMMERCE STUDENTS:
The courses which are conducted exclusively for commerce disciple emphasis on study of Banking, Finance, Marketing, Taxation, Management and industrial & labour laws etc. Some of the Bachelor degree courses for Commerce students are:
- B.Com – Bachelor of Commerce
- B.E – Bachelor of Economics
- BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration
- BMS – Bachelor of Management Science.
- BAF – Bachelor of Accounting & Finance
- BFM – Bachelor of Finance Market
- BBS – Bachelor of business studies
- C.S – Company Secretary
The interest of present generation towards startups & entrepreneurship and the globalization of commercial market and banking sector bring prosperity for commerce students. In today’s scenario the students of commerce can establish their career as an entrepreneur, charted accountant, investment banker, company secretary, tax consultant, accountant, banker, economist, finance analyst, finance planner, stock broker, statistician etc.
For detailed information about Commerce courses and related career opportunities, read the article “Brief of Commerce Courses for Graduation”
BACHELOR DEGREE COURSES FOR ARTS/ HUMANITIES STUDENTS:
Arts subjects are mostly selected by disciples seek to draft their career in an unconventional field.
The Bachelor degree in arts i.e B.A is conducted in various subjects like Political Science, Social Science, History, Geography, Various Languages, Public Administration, Human Rights, International relations, Rural Development, Yoga etc.
The career opportunities for an Arts student is to be a social activist, Philosopher, lawyer, Professional Photographer, Painter, Tour Manager, Journalist, Writer, Historian, Teacher, Fashion designer, Interior Designer, Event Manager, Retail Manager, Cartoonist, Graphics Designer, Translator, public relation executive and lots more.
For more information about courses in Arts/ Humanities and career opportunities, read the article “Brief of Arts/ Humanities Courses for Graduation”
Other than the courses mentioned above which are exclusively conducted for respective subjects, there are some courses which are available to students irrespective of the subject in their HSC (12th class). Some of the courses among them are:
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