Top 15 Courses After 12th Science

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Courses After 12th Science

12th or Higher Sr. secondary is the most crucial year in every student’s life. After completing 12th, a student has to make some of the most important decisions of his/her life. Whether an individual will end up working in a courtroom or at a 5-star hotel room, it completely relies on decisions which a student makes after completing 12th standard.

Once you realize the importance of this year in your life, another bigger question which will come to every student’s mind is to select which course for a better career in the future. Not every individual can become a doctor and likewise, not every individual can become an actor. So, what is the key to know the suitable course for yourself/your ward/siblings?

The key is to know the basic interest of each and every individual. Know whether your ward is more comfortable in learning which subjects and has a natural inclination towards which field. For instance, some kids are very good at arguing, irrespective of how big of a blunder they did; such kids may prove to be excellent lawyers (only if they like arts). Yes, it is that practical. Instead of making your son/daughter do something which you want to, is nowhere better than making them do which they have the natural talent for and are happy doing it.

And the above-mentioned research is just the basic of it. After completing 12th, students in India often end up killing themselves. In fact, one student is dying every hour in India. Peers, teachers, parents, society, and relatives; there are infinite sources of stress in a student’s life which leads to suicidal thoughts and sometimes, even suicide. Where are we going wrong, then?

The problem is not in the education system but how we treat our children who are going through this crucial stage of life. Well! We cannot do much to help besides creating awareness in order to save students. Also, we have listed top courses to opt for after completing 12th with Science subjects:

Let us begin with non-science related options which are open for students who have completed 12th with Science:

Management

Management is one of the most sought-after careers after 12th in India. The field of management is open to students from all the streams. Anyone who has completed 10+2 can opt for management courses.

Designing

Fashion designing is the art of application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. There are various degrees, certificates and diploma courses in fashion design and technology, fashion marketing, clothing production, fashion branding, etc. available to the students to make a choice from while pursuing a career in fashion design after 12th arts.

Mass Media

Journalism & Mass Communication is one of the most popular courses after 12th Arts among students nowadays. It is a collection and broadcasting of news through the print media and electronic media.

There are a lot of career options in the field of Journalism and Mass Communication as one can make a career in Reporting, Editing, Advertising, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, Media Management, Television and Film Production, etc.

Hospitality

Hotel Management is growing as one of the promising career options in India. Hotel management courses make one aware of the operating sections of the hotel industry like front office, general operations, sales and marketing, food and beverage, service keeping and catering

Law

There are many colleges and universities which offer integrated courses in the field of law. After completing 12th with Arts, one can opt for five years’ BA.LLB/ BBA.LLB or B.Com.LLB programs. Be it judicial offices, schools, individuals or corporate houses and government, lawyers have an important role to play in the society and are required at all levels by various sections of the society

Animation

The animation is among the fast-emerging high-paying career options. As an animator, one must have a keen understanding of motion, movement, and acting to use their creativity and artistry to create moving images for video games, websites, movies, and television. Many institutes offer Degree, Diploma, Advance Diploma and Certificate courses in Animation after 12th Arts.

BCom in Accounting and Commerce

Bachelor of Commerce, also known as BCom/BCom (Hons) is an undergraduate degree that can be pursued by students who have cleared 10+2 in Science, Arts or Commerce stream. However, preference is given to students who have studied Commerce in 10+2 level. The duration of the course spans over a period of 3 years in Indian colleges/Universities.

BBA LLB

Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law Honours, popularly known as BBA LLB is an undergraduate Administrative Law professional integrated course. Students opting for BBA LLB get to study the combination of the study of Business Administration and Law.

A student who has qualified Senior Secondary (10+2) with a minimum of 50% marks is eligible for this course.

BBA/BMS

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)/ Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) is a precursor to Master in Business Management (MBA).

BBA/BMS is the Bachelor’s degree undertaken to pursue a career in Business Management. Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent in any stream with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue BBA/BMS.

BCA (IT and Software)

BCA is an undergraduate course generally undertaken by students who wish to explore the world of Computer languages. A BCA degree is at par with a BTech/BE degree in Computer Science or Information Technology. A candidate who has cleared 10+2 from any discipline with Maths (in some cases English too might be a requirement), and has obtained a minimum of 45%-55% marks in aggregate can pursue BCA

Chartered Accountancy (CA)

Chartered Accountancy or CA is a course Commerce students can pursue to become Chartered Accountants. To pursue CA in India, the candidate needs to register with The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue CA.

Company Secretary (CS)

Company Secretary or CS is a course Commerce students can pursue after Class XII to become Company Secretary. Any candidate who has completed Class XII or equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board or university can pursue CS. To pursue the course and earn the CS degree the candidate has to register with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).

Now, let us talk about the science-specific subjects which your ward can opt for if he/she had science during 12th:

A science student is capable of appearing for almost every entrance examination. So, if your kid had science-subjects during Higher Secondary schooling then enrolling him/her for journalism or law is perfectly fine.

And when we talk about science-specific courses which are to be opted for a career in the field of science are listed below:

  • Bachelor’s in technology

B.tech is one of the most overrated degrees in India. There was once a time when India produced 3 engineers every minute. This course is bound to provide you a stable and bright career in the future.

  • Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

BArch or Bachelor of Architecture is an undergraduate degree programme of Architecture. The programme involves the art of planning, designing, and constructing buildings along with other physical structures. the basic eligibility to pursue this degree, students must have passed 10+2 or equivalent with Mathematics with 50% marks in aggregate

 

  • Bachelor’s in Science (Science)

BSc or Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate degree that aspirants can take up to pursue a career in Science. Aspirants need to complete Class XII in Science stream in order to be eligible for BSc course. Duration of a BSc course is typically three years in Indian universities and colleges

  • Bachelor’s in Computer Application (IT & Software)

BCA is an undergraduate course generally undertaken by students who wish to explore the world of Computer languages. A BCA degree is at par with a BTech/BE degree in Computer Science or Information Technology. A candidate who has cleared 10+2 from any discipline with Maths (in some cases English too might be a requirement), and has obtained a minimum of 45%-55% marks in aggregate can pursue BCA

  • MBBS (Medical)

Bachelor of Medicine or MBBS is a degree in medicine and surgery undertaken at Graduation level to become a certified Doctor. To pursue MBBS, the candidate must have passed Class XII or equivalent exam in PCM/PCMB with at least 60% marks in aggregate.

There’s provision of marks relaxation for Reserved category students in government and government-affiliated medical institutes. For admission to any Medical college, the candidate has to appear in an entrance exam

  • BSc (Nursing)

Post basic BSc- Nursing is a two-year undergraduate degree which helps students in understanding the objectives and responsibilities of Nursing as a profession. Students who have passed GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) course after completing 10+2 in Science with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks would be considered eligible for the course. Students should also be registered as nurse and midwife with any State Nursing Registration Council.

  • BSc (Science)

BSc or Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate degree that aspirants can take up to pursue a career in Science. Aspirants need to complete Class XII in Science stream in order to be eligible for BSc course. Duration of a BSc course is typically three years in Indian universities and colleges

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma)

BPharm or Bachelor of Pharmacy is a four-year undergraduate degree in the field of Pharmacy. To be eligible for the course, students should pass 10+2 in Science (PCM/B) with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.

Here are some important notes for aspiring science students:

  • For admissions to UG courses, aspirants must have completed their 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology/Life Sciences as core subjects. A minimum aggregate of 60% at the HSC level is often a requirement.
  • For certain courses, students must also have secured a minimum of 60% individually in Mathematics and Biology/Life Sciences.
  • A PCMB student has the advantage of choosing from a wide array of courses available for both PCM and PCB groups. PCMB students are eligible for all the courses that PCM and PCB students are eligible for, all of which have been mentioned above.
  • Besides the above courses, Science students(whether PCM, PCB or PCMB) also have the option to opt for various Arts and Commerce courses like.

So, make sure that your ward is completely comfortable with the major subject of science. If not then let him/her pursue their passion which is one of the safest options.

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