Choosing a right career option is the most vital decision in everyone's life. Students may go through a dilemma of choosing a career after completing their 10th, 12th or graduation. Most of the students completing their 10th standard are confused about deciding a right career path. Selecting the right course after class X is not an easy task. For a successful career, careful planning and following it up with a workable plan is needed.
Normally, there are three streams Science, Arts and Commerce out of which you can opt one after completing your 10th. Now, it depends upon your interest that which one you choose. If mathematics and finance interests you, opt for commerce. We at Mahaveer Study Circle conduct Career Assessment Test; with the help of this Test you can better judge your personality, ability & aptitude. After test, we also have one to one career counseling session with the best career counselors of Delhi. If you are interested in Science, you can pursue engineering, medicine, architecture, agriculture, nuclear science, astrology, biotechnology, psychology, etc. You can also prepare for civil services like IAS, IPS, Foreign Service, Forest Service, Engineering Service, etc. There are not only these 3 subjects to appear for civil service exams. You can select science or commerce subjects as well. Apart from these, you have many other options like Fashion design, Hotel management, travel & tourism, airhostess training, catering, beauty, dietician, interior designing, sports, athletics, etc. professional and vocational courses.
So, after completing 10th or 12th, one should first understand what he wants to achieve and through which medium of education. Then the student should evaluate his or her aptitude, which gives vivid details as output. All of these is very important for the student to take his decision and then should working on achieving his goal. We should not take any decision in a hurry, and the parents should support their child to asses themselves. The student should have a persistent focus towards his or her goal. Otherwise things can get a little dizzy and might end up full of regrets. Any reluctance at this point might prove fatal. We recommend you to go with your interest, aptitude, ability, strength and career goals.