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After class 10
After Class 10, there are 6 options you have…
Class XI/Class XII
Polytechnic Diploma courses
Industrial Trading Institute (ITI)
Other Vocational Courses
1. Class XI – Class XII
It is two years course which decides the path for the upcoming professional learning. Main streams are available to study which are given below:
Science – Most Preferred
Science offers a thriving career option which makes it everyone’s favourite. If you are opting science then you will have to study PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics – Core subjects) along with Biology or Computer Science or Electronics or IT (depending on further studies). Apart from these core subjects, languages will be a part of the curriculum too. You will have theory and lab sessions. Science allows you to shift streams (either to Arts or Commerce). if, in the future, you do not wish to continue in science. Other stream students have no such luck.
Science stream students can further get into Medical or Engineering courses based on the subject of study in Class XII. Biology students can go for Medical while Computer Science and Electronics students go for Engineering. If you do not prefer these courses then you can opt for a Degree in Science with a specialization in your preferred area. Many options are available at your hand.
Commerce – Second most preferred
The core subjects of commerce that you should have interest are – Business Economics, Accountancy, Business Study and Business Law. Not just these, but you will have exposure to income tax, accounting, marketing, and other related subjects. And of course, the language subject will be compulsory.
Career prospects in Commerce are huge just as Science. A student can go for a career or further studies in Management (BBA/BMS), Economics, Actuarial Science (analysis of risk across various fields. Ex, insurance, business, finance, and healthcare), Chartered Accountancy, Finance, Bank PO, Cost and Management Accounting, Stockbroking, Statistics, and many more. There are lots of thriving options on hand.
Arts/Humanities – Least Preferred but off-beat and exciting.
Though this stream is least preferred it offers some exciting and interesting options. All this time arts was looked down from the rest two streams but it is finally changing for good.
. Students can study sociology, history, literature, psychology, political science, philosophy, economics, etc along with compulsory language subject.
Career scope of Arts is diverse. Students can further, specialize in a field on their choice (based on the subjects they studied in Class XII) or start their career in Teaching, Writing, Journalism, Psychology, Literature, Fine arts, Political Science, Economics, etc.
Stream independent courses/studies
No worries if you as a student do not opt for science/commerce/arts as your career path. The world today offers a multitude of options regarding studies and work.
1. Polytechnic Diploma courses
Polytechnic Diploma courses are Diploma courses one can join after Class X or Class XII. It is a 3-year course after which one can start working or go for B.E/B.Tech as a lateral entrant. The 3 year course offers many options to study – Mechanical, Computer Science, Civil, Automobile, Bio-Technology, Agriculture, Architecture, Textile technology, Chemical, Marine technology, Bio-Medical etc.
2. Paramedical Courses
The Paramedical branch is related to allied healthcare sector and just like Medical courses, paramedical courses provide good opportunities with regard to career. This course trains the students who later work as healthcare workers and technicians. Healthcare industry is huge and the roles that are to play are numerous. Not only doctors and nurses, but there are many other workers who are behind the screen helping the industry function. The demand for healthcare workers is huge in India and abroad.
3. Industrial Trading Institute (ITI)
ITI comes under Directorate General of Employment & Training (DGET). It is a government training institute which trains students to makes them skilled in various industries. Training will be provided in Mechanical work, Electronics, Information Technologies, Fabrication, Automobile, Diesel Mechanics, Lift Mechanics, Computer Software, Sheet metal, Electrical, Plumbing, Wiring etc. It is similar to a diploma, but the duration of the course varies. Certain courses last for 6 months while other course lasts for 2 years.
4. Short-term Courses
These are the courses which usually span for short duration i.e., 3 to 6 or 12 months which aim to provide the learner with job-ready skills. Some courses under this category are - Diploma in Computer Applications, Certificate Course in Web Designing, Certification Course in SEO (Search Engine Optimization)/Digital Marketing, Diploma in Graphic Designing, Certificate Programme in MS-Office, Diploma in 2D and 3D Animation, Certificate Course in Programming Language (JAVA, C, C++). The courses are offered according to the trend that is always in demand, these courses help students refine and enhance their skills, and they provide certificates after the completion of the course which can be helpful to get the desired job.
5. Other Vocational Courses
Just like short term courses, even these are job centric courses which span around 1 or 2 years and impart technical skills required for a job. Different courses are available, like – Fashion Designing, DTP, Jewellery Designing, Diploma in Insurance and Marketing and many more.
The above options will give you an idea of what to do next. There are some students who would want to take up a job and start earning. The job opportunities are listed below.
Job Opportunities: After 10th Standard
Students can join defence sector – Army, Air Force and Navy. Entry level technical and non-technical posts are available which requires the students for the job related examination. Those who qualify the exam will get called for subsequent rounds.
Apart from defence there are lots of other Government jobs which require 10th Standard passed candidates. Every year many jobs are advertised in the newspapers, online portals, and through referrals. Departments like Staff Selection Commission, Railways, Police, and state government make vacancy announcement frequently. Other than these there are data entry jobs, clerk jobs which recruit 10th Standard passed out candidates.
So, how do you select what’s right for you?
There might be one subject or two or more which gets you thrilled. No problem, list them all. After listing the subjects ask yourself about the intent you have for these subjects. Just being interested is not enough. You should possess the right skills to understand the subject and prove your worth to it.
Strength and Performance
After analysing your favourite subject(s), evaluate your strength in the subject. How was your performance in the tests/exams? Do you have the ability to study further about the subject? You must keep in mind that the subjects taught in school are basic, and it is only going to get more advanced and detailed in the future. Do you have the potential to deal with it? How do you deal with a subject if it gets difficult? Question about the advanced level to your teachers and seniors, they will certainly throw some light which will guide you further.