There is always a doubt or a slight hesitation on what to study after Class 10. This happens to be a major deciding factor since most students don’t know the things they should know & what they should follow. That’s why the group a student selects helps narrow the area of specialization during college admissions.
If you are good at what you do, money automatically chases you. That is more so in today’s economy where our country is progressing rapidly, opportunities are plentiful, and demand for competent professionals exists in every field. So do choose based on what you like and what you are good at.
Those days there was no guidance, information etc about variety of careers. Today you have so much information and means to evaluate yourself, at the touch of a fingertip. Here you find some things you should know and follow after class 10.
Management (Commerce) Students Option
There are innumerable options (all excluding engineering, medicine and science related fields) To list out just a few, it could be Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary, Civil Services, various branches of military service, banking, investment banking, communications, visual arts, computer applications, travel and tourism, teaching, economics, etc etc
Engineering and Medical Entrance Exams
Coaching is necessary only to understand the methodology of how to answer the battery of questions within the limited time span for each subject. The more you practice and understand the best way of cracking those exams, the higher your chances of success. If you can do the above by yourself it is very good. Otherwise you may take up short-term crash course for the entrance tests
It is better to find out the real interest (and talent/ aptitude) instead of just going blindly into two diverse fields of engineering and medicine. Check out: interest, personality traits, and the subjects we enjoy most, and then match them to either career. Find more exposure to the working world of technology and medicine and see which he relates to more.
Importance of English
While English skills do help in anything that you do in today’s globalized world, it is not that a small-town boy whose English is not excellent will have to forego his dreams. If you are aiming for a career in technical, creative, science fields, even if you English is not perfect, you can still do very well professionally. However, you can overcome what you lost out in early years having been brought up in a small town by just practicing speaking and writing in English, maybe even attend a short-term course in spoken English, and constantly being in the company of English speaking people, reading newspapers and books of your interest, etc. Your dreams will materialize more based on your choice of a right career which suits your interest, aptitude and personality.