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    Top 7 career options for Science students after Class XII It has been seen that more than 20 lakh students appear for their 10+2 examination each year all over India and of these, just over 25 per cent get the chance to go for higher studies. And their choices have been uniform from time long-established. The best is to go for MBBS. The next best is IITs for B.Tech. Others move into engineering from different other private colleges. And the rest would do BA/BSc/BCom. However, there are many more options one can choose, besides the primitive ones. For example, a creative student can go for design, fine arts or visual communication. If he/she is good with numbers, he/she can explore Chartered Accountancy. If you aspire to be a top chef, you have hotel management. Allied medical sciences such as physiotherapy, have a demand in the health care sector. Even a field like forensic sciences, needs skilled professionals. So if you did not make to the list for Medicine, there is nothing to worry. Here, we list out the most popular ones and advise you to choose well! Engineering From construction of roads and buildings to automobiles and telecommunications, engineers are requisite in almost every area of human endeavour one can think of. It should come as no surprise to anyone that the only Indian education brand recognised worldwide, namely the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), belongs to engineering. Engineering students and engineers seem to wield disproportionate influence in several areas of higher education and industry. Even the prestigious Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have 80 per cent of their seats grabbed by engineering graduates. Medicine White coats flailing, stethoscope in hand, the speeding figure that bestows health and has the power to cure has always been the fantasy profession for many. Being a doctor is still a dream come true for millions of students but only about 30, 122 students get admissions each year. While State colleges are usually large, admitting 150-200 students a year, barring a few private colleges most central and trust funded colleges like AIIMS, CMC and JIPMER offer about 50-75 seats in each college, and the competition to get into one of these top colleges is extreme. Pharmacy The pharma industry in India is nearly a hundred years old. Today, the Indian market covers over 25, 000 manufacturing units and according to government statistics one-fifth of them makes bulk drugs. Candidates who possess 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths/Biology (PCM/PCB) are admitted to the 4-year Bachelor's programme (Bachelor of Pharmacy or B Pharm). The pharmacy degrees offered in India include 4-year B Pharm, Diploma in Pharmacy (D Pharm, 2 years' duration) and Master's in Pharmacy (M Pharm). Allied Medical Whenever you visit a doctor for any disease or ailment, you are led to a lab and tests are done. So, who does this necessary task for you? Doctors? No, they are the paramedical professionals. Optometry, Radiography, Lab Technology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation are some of the prominent disciplines in allied sciences. Geology Geology is the study of earth and everything related to its structure, processes including study of organisms inhabited on earth. Interest and study in this field may get you the chance to work with the environmental consultant companies, non-profit organisation, natural resources consultant and companies, Universities and government agencies and Geological survey of India. Courses in geology offered by different Government colleges: 1. B. Science in Geology 2. B.Sc (Hons) Geology 3. PG Diploma in Environmental Geology 4. PG Diploma in Engineering Geology 5. PG Diploma in Geology (Ground water) Biotech Biotechnology is a set of influential tools that employ living organisms (or parts of organisms) to make or modify products, or develop microorganisms for specific uses. A BSc degree is the admission point to the discipline and is offered in most good universities. Entrance exams are held for admissions to all top colleges and universities. The main topics for the entrance exams at the undergraduate level include the basic topics of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. It should be noted that two main sources of employment are medical biotechnology and agricultural biotechnology. BSc/BCom/BA With nearly 18, 000 plus colleges, and about 2 million plus seats, the general Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is an obvious choice for most of the 10+2 pass outs. The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) has listed out nearly 365 different disciplines and subjects under which one can pursue undergraduate degree programmes.
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    After tenth, the right stream has to be selected! Career Special Many students fall into this confusion as soon as the 10th board exams are finished, which stream to choose. He decides with a distraught and obscure mind and selects the wrong stream. This decision which is taken in the pressure of parents or classmates or lack of knowledge becomes a burden of their lifetime. Therefore, for a successful future, it is very important for any student to take this decision very carefully. 👍 How to choose the right stream after 10th: Self awareness: The first step to choosing the right stream is self-awareness. It is compulsory to understand your interest, qualifications and skills. It is necessary to do this analysis itself. When selecting the stream, it is important to analyze your weaknesses and strengths. A successful career can be established only by the combination of interest, skill and merit. Discuss with parents / teacher: Sometimes due to the lack of knowledge, students make wrong decisions. Therefore, the guidance of experts and experienced people helps. On many occasions, students ignore their interest, follow parents' decision. Therefore, it is important to have your side in a healthy discussion with parents. Get help from the Career Counselor: For more clarification, students can also consult the Career Counselor, who will organize scientifically designed and prepared tests and help the student learn the right stream after 10th grade. Career guidance, participation in seminars, academic fairs, career options will be a good opportunity to explore and plan for the next phase. Decision: This is the last step to choose the right stream. Choosing the right stream is important for a successful career, so get information from people and various sources, but make your own decision. No stream is good and not bad and there are many opportunities in every field. It is mandatory to make all efforts on your behalf. Parental role: Parents have an important role in the student's career development. Parents should help in finding the right career option for their children. However, when selecting the streams, they should not impose their decision on children and should encourage their children to choose their path themselves.
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    MBA in Marketing Course, Syllabus, Scope, Jobs and Salary With demand for skilled professionals rising in India, an MBA degree in present times has become imperative for professional growth. However, choosing an MBA course can often become confusing. With several specializations available, you need to make a selection carefully. An MBA degree in Marketing is one of the most sought after main-stream courses. Average course fee charged by various institutes ranges between INR 4 to 20 Lacs. Marketing is an essential part of any business be it a large corporate organization or a small-scale industry. Without adequate forms of Marketing an enterprise cannot strive to expand its business. This is where the role of an individual with a specialized degree in Marketing comes to play. An MBA in Marketing helps an individual develop insights about the Why’s and How’s of the market and consumer behavior. Institutes provide admission to candidates on basis of entrance exam score.Some of these entrance exams are: CAT XAT MAT CMAT SNAP Average starting salary of MBA in Marketing passouts ranges between INR 2.5 to 10 Lacs depending upon expertise and experience of candidate in this field. MBA in Marketing: Course Highlights Course Level 2 years (4 or 6 semesters) for Regular Program Duration Varies from a minimum of 2-2.5 years to a maximum of 4 years in Distance mode Examination Type Varies from 1 year to 2 year for Executive Programs Eligibility Bachelor’s Degree in any Discipline Work Experience is required for Executive Programs Admission Process Entrance Exam + Group Discussion/Personal Interview Major Entrance Exams CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, SNAP Program Fee 4 Lakh INR – 20 Lakh INR Average Starting Salary 2.5 Lakh INR – 10 Lakh INR MBA in Marketing: What is it about? Trade and commerce has been the backbone of any civilization. Selling constitutes an important part of commerce. The art of selling, hence is considered most important in an organization. Any product or service needs to reach the right consumer. The art of identifying the right consumer base and building a brand falls in the forte of Marketing. Working as a marketing professional requires you to build and promote a brand and help an organization to recognize consumer behavior and cater to their requirements among other things. Skills required by candidates for MBA in Marketing degree are Mathematical Ability, Good Communication Skills, Analytical and Leadership Skills, Reasoning Skills and Problem Solving Skills.
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