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Issue 15

Planning your education ahead after 10th/12th/PUC exams

Graduation from the tenth and twelfth grades has traditionally been a watershed moment in all students’ lives; it is that crossroads in anyone’s life where they are forced to choose one route from a variety of options. Needless to say, after graduating from class ten or twelve, every student must have a few unanswered questions. Students and parents will be bewildered and dubious about which path to go next in order to further their careers.

Career guidance should be sought as early as class 10.Following tenth grade, the course of study becomes more general, yet it is crucial in building the framework for career courses after twelfth grade.

Though there many professions now in, we are mentioning the Top in Demand professions per stream,

Science – Data Science, Software Development , Medicine, Nutritionist & Physiotherapy , Design related fields ( Product/Industrial) , Animation, Cyber Security Science, Games Design & Development , Engineering – Robotics, Manufacturing,  Mechanical & Environmental Science and Technical Writers.

Commerce – Financial Consulting , Cost and Management Accountancy , Statistics , Data Analytics, Certified Financial Planner, CA, Banking, Investment Banking , Company Secretary , Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Analyst , Stocks and Insurance etc.,

Arts – Civil Services, Law, Psychology – Clinical, Organizational, Counselling & Sports Psychology , Media – Journalism , PR, Advertising , Commercial Artist , Hospitality & Event Management , Content Writer,  National Security Agencies like FBI , CBI, Marketing, Sales and Digital Marketing , Design – Fashion, Jeweler, Interior, International Relations – Diplomat, Intelligence Specialist etc.

One can even get a degree in any of the above-mentioned areas and work in business management or education.

Number of factors to be examined before choosing the apt career, a few mentioned below;

Research – Any type of research, such as internet research, reading pertinent articles, reading a biography, watching videos, consulting relevant friends & people and so on are necessary If you’ve already settled on a career, research it thoroughly, including the competition and preparations required, knowing about a day in the life of a well-known professional in that sector.

Recognize your passion – It is vital to determine in which area one possesses interest. All that is required is for the user to pick a stream to which he or she will be linked. Choose either the scientific or commerce route if you are interested about mathematical calculations and can do them more frequently.

Know your skills & abilities – After determining one’s areas of interest, one must match their strengths to their interests. The majority of the time, students chooses Science, yet their report card shows that Social Studies is their strongest subject. As a result, they should pursue Humanities rather than Science.

Career Guidance – Students can also obtain career advice from professionals who are available both online and offline if they are having trouble deciding which course to pursue after Class tenth and twelfth. These counsellors do frequent research on various job possibilities and student psychology in order to give better advice.

Budget check – Sometimes students have enormous aspirations and the ability to achieve them, but their parents’ finances prevent them from pursuing them. In this instance, students should analyze the budget and can even choose a less expensive alternative.

Discovering a suitable course from the list of courses available after tenth and twelfth grades might be difficult, but consider the solution or considerations we proposed in this article.

It’s time to make a choice and select the right career path.


Reader's Corner


The son of a small boat-owner from Rameswaram,went on to become the ‘Missile Man of India’, who won the highest civilian award in India, the Bharat Ratna, for his contribution to defence research.

With the most distinguished career as the chief of defence research and development in India, Dr Kalam made extraordinary accomplishments in defence science, proving that the country’s research establishments that were deemed to be on the wane could be a powerhouse of zeal and innovation.

The autobiography of the man, ‘Wings of Fire’ speaks of the many personal and professional experiences that he believes to have moulded him into the person he was. It also narrates the story of the missiles, Agni, Prithvi, Akash, Trishul and Nag, that have helped India rise into international ranks.

This book that narrates the life events of the unanimously elected former President of India is awe-inspiring, and without doubt, worth a read. Hence, we recommend.


Set to take place at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on 1 April 2022, this year’s Pariksha Pe Charcha is, according to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has gained a phenomenal response from parents, students and teachers across the country. Especially so, with more than 15.7 lakhs registering themselves, and sharing their insights and experiences.

The upcoming edition of the yearly series will focus on Exam stress management tactics during COVID-19, Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Self-reliant School for Self-reliant India, Clean India, Green India, Digital Collaboration in Classrooms, and Environmental conservation and climate change resistance. The programme is open to students in Grade 9, 10, 11, and 12, as well as their parents and teachers.


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