Career opportunities after 12th

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After 10+2, students in the Science stream must be cautious while choosing the right course. The Science stream opens several paths for a student, so it is natural for students to make mistakes often while selecting the best. Students with Science in 10+2 are eligible for almost every course.

    In this article, we will focus on the best choices, of course, you can pick after completing 10+2 in Science.

Bachelor of Technology (BE/BTech)

A technical graduation degree offered to students after completing their four years of professional education and examinations. The study of Bachelor in Engineering is more theoretical, whereas Bachelor in Technology is more practical based.

BE colleges other than engineering degrees also offer other certification, whereas BTech colleges only offer professional technical education.

  • A successful candidate with 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects in 10+2 can apply for this degree.

If a student is pursuing arts as a stream in +2, then he/she has the following options:-

BA in Humanities and Social Sciences 

Bachelor in Arts is a four years degree course with sociologies, human sciences, and expressive arts as main subjects. A student in Arts stream who have cleared 10+2 can apply for this degree. Science and Commerce students are also eligible for the same degree.

  • A degree in this stream is not always quite helpful for a great professional career. The reason is the students who do not get admission to other trades generally settle on this degree.

If a student is pursuing Commerce as a stream in +2, then he/she has the following options:-

B.Com in Accounting and Commerce

Bachelor’s degree in this course is very popular with students with Commerce in 10+2. Students in Science or Arts stream who have passed higher secondary studies are also eligible to apply for this degree

  • Students with Commerce background in 10+2 are given preference for this degree. The course duration is three years for Indian universities.

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