Courses After 12th in 2019

Have you completed class 12th? If yes, this article will be of help to you. This article focuses on the topic – courses after 12th. No matter which stream you are from – Arts, Commerce or Science – you will find relevant professional courses here!

 

Courses after 12th

 

To select the best course (that suits you), you’ll need proper guidance. The main aim of this article is to guide 12th passed students. There are so many professional courses available in India that students often get confused! They face difficulty in making a good choice.

 

The course that you choose after 12th will have a profound effect on your career and life ahead. To build a rewarding career, it is necessary to choose a good course. This guide will inform you about the best courses after 12th and will thus help you make an informed choice.

 

Before heading to the meat of the matter – list of courses after 12th – let us check out some basic details about various streams present on 10+2 Indian schooling system. Broadly speaking, there are 3 main streams, when it comes to 11th and 12th standards. They are –

  1. Arts & Humanities
  2. Commerce
  3. Science

 

Students must give attention to eligibility criteria associated with each course. Certain courses are open to students hailing from a specific stream. For example – only students who have passed 12th Science stream with Biology subject are eligible to pursue MBBS and BDS.

 

The lists of courses provided in this article have been categorized on the basis of the above streams. Many courses are not limited to specific streams – students hailing from any stream are eligible to pursue them!

 

Let us check out the list of science courses after 12th

 

Science courses after 12th (PCM Group)

 

Science

 

1 Engineering (Degree – 4 years & Diploma – 3 years)

In India, Engineering is one of the most popular professional courses among students. There are two main types of engineering courses available in India. They are –

  1. B.E. or B.Tech. (Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology)
  2. Diploma in Engineering

 

B.E. or B.Tech. programs are 4 years long. There are various types of B.E. or B.Tech. programs available in India. Some of the popular branches are –

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • IT Engineering
  • IC Engineering
  • EC Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Biotechnology Engineering
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Plastics Engineering
  • Food Processing and Technology
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Dairy Technology and Engineering
  • Agricultural Information Technology
  • Power Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Infrastructure Engineering
  • Motorsport Engineering
  • Metallurgy Engineering
  • Textile Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Naval Architecture

 

Diploma in Engineering programs are also technical courses. These courses are 3 years long. Unlike B.E. or B.Tech. programs, Diploma courses can be pursued after completing 10th!

 

After completing Diploma in Engineering program, candidates may secure admission directly into the second year of B.E. or B.Tech. program. This process is called lateral entry.

 

2 B.Sc. courses

B.Sc. stands for Bachelor of Science. B.Sc. course lasts for a period of 3 years. Like engineering, B.Sc. program is also available in various disciplines. Some of the notable B.Sc. courses ideal for PCM group students are –

  • B.Sc. Agriculture
  • B.Sc. Horticulture
  • B.Sc. Forestry
  • B.Sc. IT
  • B.Sc. Computer Science
  • B.Sc. Chemistry
  • B.Sc. Mathematics
  • B.Sc. Physics
  • B.Sc. Hotel Management
  • B.Sc. Nautical Science
  • B.Sc. Electronics
  • B.Sc. Electronics and Communication
  • B.Sc. Biotechnology
  • B.Sc. Geology
  • B.Sc. Sports & Health Education
  • B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia
  • B.Sc. Hospitality
  • B.Sc. Mass Communication

 

After completing B.Sc. course, students may take up a job or go for higher studies. M.Sc. is a good PG course available in front of B.Sc. graduates.

3 Integrated Law courses

LL.B. is the most popular law course in India. Unfortunately, it is a postgraduate level course. It means that you must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree course in order to be considered eligible to pursue LL.B. course!

 

So, what should be done to pursue law right after 12th? Integrated law courses will be helpful in such conditions! Integrated law courses combine an undergraduate level Degree program and LL.B. It means that students may pursue this course right after passing 12th standard!

 

Some of the notable integrated law programs are –

  • B.Sc. + LL.B.
  • B.Com. + LL.B.
  • BBA + LL.B.

4 Management courses

Have you always wanted to become a manager? Do you want to take up a senior administrative role in a company? If yes, management courses will be of help to you!

 

MBA is the most valued and popular management course in India. Unfortunately, it is a PG level course.

 

So, what should be done if you want to pursue a good management program after 12th? There are some good undergraduate level management courses available in India. They are –

  • BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  • BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  • Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  • BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)

 

Academic programs such as BBA, BMS and BHM are 3 years long. After completing any of these courses, you may follow it up with an MBA!

 

5 B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture)

B.Arch. is a professional course that deals with architecture and its allied areas. The academic program is 5 years long. The program lays adequate importance on classroom lectures and practical sessions.

 

For securing admission into reputed institutes, one must crack architecture entrance exams such as NATA, JEE etc. Some institutes are also known to conduct their own private entrance test and selection interview.

 

If you want to become an architect, this course is ideal for you. Only Science stream PCM group students are eligible to pursue this course!

 

6 B.Des. (Bachelor of Design) courses

B.Des. stands for Bachelor of Interior Design. It is a job oriented Design related course. It is one of the best Design professional course in India.

 

B.Des. courses are available in various formats. The academic program is 4 years long. In order to secure admission into reputed institutes, one must crack relevant Design entrance tests. Some private institutes are also to conduct their own entrance test and selection interview.

  • Bachelor of Interior Designing
  • Bachelor of Design (Accessory)
  • Bachelor of Design (Leather)
  • Bachelor of Textile Design
  • Bachelor of Product Design
  • Furniture and Interior Design course

 

7 Teacher training courses

Are you passionate about teaching? Do you want to become a teacher? If yes, teaching courses will be of help to you! Some teaching courses are PG level programs. On other hand, some teacher training courses are undergraduate level programs.

 

Here are some notable teacher training courses which you may pursue after completing 12th –

  • B.El.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Ed. program
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
  • BPE
  • D.El.Ed.
  • D.Ed.
  • NTTE
  • ECCE
  • JBT

 

8 Bachelor of Pharmacy

Do you want to become a pharmacist? If yes, B.Pharm. course will be of help to you! The academic program is 4 years long. Though this course is meant for PCB group students, PCM group students are also eligible to pursue this academic program.

 

After completing B.Pharm., one may take up a job or go for higher studies. M.Pharm. is an ideal PG course for B.Pharm. graduates.

 

9 Commercial Pilot Training

Becoming a Commercial Pilot is a dream that many of us have nourished! If you want to become a Commercial Pilot, you must hold a CPL (Commercial Pilot License). But becoming a Commercial pilot is not an easy task.

 

In order to be considered eligible for commercial pilot training, a candidate must satisfy some physical and medical standards. Apart from that, the minimum educational qualification required  for commercial pilot training is – 10+2 passed with Physics and Mathematics subjects.

 

10 Merchant Navy courses

Do you love the life at sea? Do you want a career that provides you with thrill and adventures? If yes, maritime courses will be of help to you! A job in merchant navy sector is unlike a typical 9-5 job!

 

Being a sailor or marine engineer, you will spend a good pat of the year aboard a merchant navy ship! The work and working conditions are challenging. Some of the notable merchant navy courses available after 12th are –

  • B.E. or B.Tech. in Marine Engineering
  • DME course
  • B.Sc. Nautical Science
  • Diploma in Nautical Science

 

11 Some paramedical courses

For any healthcare institute to function efficiently, it needs skilled paramedics. How to become a paramedic, you may ask. In India, there are numerous paramedical courses to choose from!

 

Though paramedical courses are usually meant for PCB group students, PCM group students are also eligible to access some such courses. Eligibility criteria may vary from one institute to another!

 

12 Bachelor of Statistics

If you like playing with numbers, probability and equations, this course will be of help to you. A good alternative to this academic program is – B.Sc. in Statistics. In some cases, Statistics is bundled with relevant fields such as Computer Science and Mathematics, forming a combination course!

 

13 Bachelor of Planning

If you are interested in shaping and building towns and cities in India, this course will be of help to you! In a populous country like India, town and urban planning is of utmost importance.

 

Population is increasing rapidly and our towns and cities are not capable of accommodating this increase in population! People migrate to towns and cities from villages in search of better jobs, education, opportunities and living conditions.

 

But are our towns and cities designed to accommodate this influx of population? Bachelor of Planning course churns out skilled planner who are knowledgeable in areas such as  and urban planning. This academic program is 4 years long.

 

14 Bachelor of Fashion Technology

Are you passionate about fashion designing? If yes, this course will be of help to you. Bachelor of Fashion Technology is a 4 years long undergraduate level Bachelor’s Degree program. The course trains students in areas such as fashion designing, fashion merchandising, fashion communication, textile engineering and marketing.

 

15 Other courses

Apart from the above mentioned professional courses, PCM group students are also eligible to pursue professional courses belonging to other streams (arts, humanities and commerce). For example, PCM group students are eligible to pursue courses such as B.Com., BA and BFA!

 

Here are some such notable courses from other streams –

  • B.Com. (relevant fields like statistics)
  • B Social Work
  • Mass Communication and Journalism
  • Animation and Multimedia
  • Performing Arts
  • Language Courses (Foreign Languages are promising)
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Diploma in Fire Safety and Technology
  • Diploma in Film Making and Video Editing
  • Air Hostess/Cabin Crew training course
  • Diploma in Event Management
  • Bachelor of Statistics
  • BA (relevant fields)
  • CMA (Certified Management Accountant)
  • CA (Chartered Accountancy)
  • Actuarial Science
  • CS (Company Secretary Course)

 


Science courses after 12th (PCB Group)

 

1 MBBS

This is the most popular choice among biology group students in India. The academic program is 5.5 years long. Out of that, 1 year is dedicated towards a compulsory rotating internship.

 

MBBS is a very popular and favorite course among students. This is the main reason why securing a seat in a reputed MBBS institute has become very difficult! Government seats are in huge demand, as they charge low fees! Private medical colleges are known to charge very high fees!

 

Still, the craze for this academic program remains the same! Each year, hundreds of thousands of aspirants take a shot at medical entrance tests in India. Only a handful of them manage to get admission into good medical colleges though!

 

In this age of super-speciality training, just an MBBS Degree won’t help you build a rewarding career. For better career prospects, one must follow up MBBS with PG courses such as MD, MS etc in a good discipline!

 

2 BDS

If you want to become a dentist, this is the course you should choose! After MBBS, this is the second most popular professional course among PCB group students!

 

The academic program is 5 years long. Out of that, 1 year is dedicated towards compulsory internship. Just like MBBS, Government colleges charge low fees for BDS course. Private BDS colleges are known to charge higher fees!

 

Like MBBS, just a BDS Degree won’t help you build a rewarding career. For better career prospects, one must pursue PG courses like MDS and specialize in a good discipline.

 

3 BAMS

Ayurveda system of medicine and treatment is gaining popularity in the western world. Lack of side effects is an attractive advantage of ayurvedic system of medicine.

 

If you want to become an Ayurveda Doctor, you may pursue BAMS course. It is a 5.5 years long academic program. Out of that, one year is dedicated towards internship.

 

Ayurvedic Doctors have diverse job opportunities available in front of them. They may work at Government, Private or Nursing homes!

 

4 BHMS

Like Ayurveda, Homeopathic system of medicine also has fans around the world. If you want to become a homeopathic Doctor, BHMS course will be of help to you!

 

The academic program is 5.5 years long. Out of that, one year is dedicated towards internship.

 

5 Bachelor of Pharmacy

Do you want to become a pharmacist? If yes, B.Pharm. course will be of help to you! The academic program is 4 years long.

 

After completing B.Pharm., one may take up a job or go for higher studies. M.Pharm. is an ideal PG course for B.Pharm. graduates

 

6 Pharm D

Pharm D is a Doctoral level Pharmacy course. If you want to pursue a pharmacy course much more detailed than B.Pharm, this course will be of help to you!

 

The academic program is 6 years long. Out of that, one year is dedicated towards internship. At present, Pharm D professionals are in huge demand abroad!

 

7 Bachelor of Physiotherapy

This course is well known by the short name BPT. This academic program is 4.5 years long. The academic program is a holistic mixture of classroom lecture and practical sessions.

 

After completing this academic program, graduates may take up a job or go for higher studies! Diverse job opportunities are available in front of physiotherapists. The are hired by both Government and private hospitals. Physiotherapists may even start their own rehabilitation clinic!

 

8 BUMS (Unani)

This academic program focuses on the Unani system of medicine and surgery. The academic program is 5.5 years long. Out of that, one year is meant for internship.

 

9 B.Sc. courses

B.Sc. stands for Bachelor of Science. B.Sc. course lasts for a period of 3 years. Like engineering, B.Sc. program is also available in various disciplines. Some of the notable B.Sc. courses ideal for PCB group students are –

  • B.Sc. Biochemistry
  • B.Sc. Biology
  • B.Sc. Physics
  • B.Sc. Chemistry
  • B.Sc. Environmental Science
  • B.Sc. Biotechnology
  • B.Sc. Nursing
  • B.Sc. Occupational Therapy
  • B.Sc. Physiotherapy
  • B.Sc. Radiology
  • B.Sc. Bioinformatics
  • B.Sc. Anthropology
  • B.Sc. Microbiology
  • B.Sc. Zoology
  • B.Sc. Forensic Science
  • B.Sc. Agriculture
  • B.Sc. Pathology
  • B.Sc. Speech Therapy
  • B.F.Sc. (Fisheries Science)
  • B.Sc. Horticulture
  • B.Sc. Genetics
  • B.Sc. Health Science and Nutrition
  • B.Sc. Sports Science
  • B.Sc. Audiology
  • B.Sc. Botany

10 Diploma courses

There also exists some good Diploma courses related to nursing, healthcare and paramedical studies, which PCB group students are eligible to pursue. Some such courses are –

  • GNM
  • ANM
  • DNHE
  • Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Dairy Technology

 

11 Teacher training courses

Are you passionate about teaching? Do you want to become a teacher? If yes, teaching courses will be of help to you! Some teaching courses are PG level programs. On other hand, some teacher training courses are undergraduate level programs.

 

Here are some notable teacher training courses which you may pursue after completing 12th –

  • B.El.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Ed. program
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
  • BPE
  • D.El.Ed.
  • D.Ed.
  • NTTE
  • ECCE
  • JBT

 

12 Integrated Law courses

LL.B. is the most popular law course in India. Unfortunately, it is a postgraduate level course. It means that you must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree course in order to be considered eligible to pursue LL.B. course!

 

So, what should be done to pursue law right after 12th? Integrated law courses will be helpful in such conditions! Integrated law courses combine an undergraduate level Degree program and LL.B. It means that students may pursue this course right after passing 12th standard!

 

Some of the notable integrated law programs are –

  • B.Sc. + LL.B.
  • B.Com. + LL.B.
  • BBA + LL.B.

13 Management courses

Have you always wanted to become a manager? Do you want to take up a senior administrative role in a company? If yes, management courses will be of help to you!

 

MBA is the most valued and popular management course in India. Unfortunately, it is a PG level course.

 

So, what should be done if you want to pursue a good management program after 12th? There are some good undergraduate level management courses available in India. They are –

  • BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  • BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  • Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  • BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)

 

14 Other courses

Apart from the above mentioned professional courses, PCB group students are also eligible to pursue professional courses belonging to other streams (arts, humanities and commerce). For example, PCB group students are eligible to pursue courses such as B.Com., BA and BFA!

 

Here are some such notable courses from other streams –

  • BA
  • B Social Work
  • Mass Communication and Journalism
  • Animation and Multimedia
  • Performing Arts
  • Language Courses (Foreign Languages are promising)
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Shipping Management
  • Air Hostess/Cabin Crew training course
  • Diploma in Event Management
  • Diploma in Film-making and Video Editing

 

15 Paramedical courses

For any healthcare institute to function efficiently, it needs skilled paramedics. How to become a paramedic, you may ask. In India, there are numerous paramedical courses to choose from!

 

PCB group students have access to a wide variety of Paramedical courses – Degree, Diploma and Certificate programs! Some of the notable paramedical courses are –

  • B.Sc. in Operation Theatre Technology
  • B.Sc. in X Ray Technology
  • B.Sc. in Radiography and Medical Imaging
  • B.Sc. in Dialysis Technology
  • B.Sc. in Medical Record Technology
  • B.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • B.Sc. in Ophthalmic Technology
  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • B.Sc. in Speech Therapy
  • BASLP Course
  • B.Sc. in Audiology
  • B.Sc. in Anaesthesia Technology
  • B.Sc. in Audiology and Speech Therapy
  • B.Sc. in Optometry
  • Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology (DOTT)
  • Diploma in X Ray Technology
  • Diploma in Radiography and Medical Imaging
  • Diploma in ECG Technology
  • Diploma in Dialysis Technology
  • Diploma in Medical Record Technology
  • Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT)
  • Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology
  • Diploma in Physiotherapy
  • Diploma in Anaesthesia Technology
  • Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant
  • Diploma in Sanitary Inspector
  • Diploma in Hearing Language and Speech (DHLS)
  • Diploma in Dental Hygienist
  • Diploma in Audiometry Technician
  • Diploma in Audiology and Speech Therapy
  • X-Ray/Radiology Assistant (or Technician)
  • Medical Laboratory Assistant
  • Operation Theatre Assistant
  • Nursing Care Assistant (Certificate)
  • ECG Assistant
  • Dental Assistant
  • Ophthalmic Assistant
  • Which
  • CT Scan Technician
  • Dialysis Technician
  • MRI Technician

 


Commerce courses after 12th

 

Commerce

 

1 B.Com.

Which is the first professional course that comes to your mind while talking about commerce stream? Yes, B.Com. is the answer!

 

B.Com. stands for Bachelor of Commerce. It is an undergraduate level Bachelor’s Degree course.Earlier, there used to exist a simple general B.Com. Degree course.

 

Today, things have changed. There exists numerous B.Com. specialization programs, which focus on a particular field/domain. Some such courses are B.Com. IT, B.Com. Computer Science etc.

 

2 Chartered Accountancy (CA)

CA is a training program. It can’t be compared to a traditional Bachelor’s Degree course. In fact, there are no proper colleges offering this course! Self learning is enough to become a CA! In order to become a CA in India, you must pass a series of tests designed and conducted by the Governing body!

 

For a detailed guide, check out this guide – how to become a CA in India.

 

3 Bachelor’s course in Economics

If you are interested in economics, this course will be of help to you. This Bachelor’s Degree program focuses on the domain of economics. After completing the course, you may go for higher studies or take up a job.

 

4 Company Secretaryship course

Like CA training, CS training also can’t be compared with any traditional Degree course! The CS course consists of three programmes – Foundation programme, executive programme and professional programme.

 

10+2 passed students are eligible to pursue foundation programme! For a detailed guide, check this out – how to become a CS in India.

 

5 Integrated Law courses

LL.B. is the most popular law course in India. Unfortunately, it is a postgraduate level course. It means that you must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree course in order to be considered eligible to pursue LL.B. course!

 

So, what should be done to pursue law right after 12th? Integrated law courses will be helpful in such conditions! Integrated law courses combine an undergraduate level Degree program and LL.B. It means that students may pursue this course right after passing 12th standard!

 

Some of the notable integrated law programs are –

  • B.Com. + LL.B.
  • BBA + LL.B.
  • BA + LL.B.

6 Management courses

Have you always wanted to become a manager? Do you want to take up a senior administrative role in a company? If yes, management courses will be of help to you!

 

MBA is the most valued and popular management course in India. Unfortunately, it is a PG level course.

 

So, what should be done if you want to pursue a good management program after 12th? There are some good undergraduate level management courses available in India. They are –

  • BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  • BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  • Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  • BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)

 

7 Teacher training courses

Are you passionate about teaching? Do you want to become a teacher? If yes, teaching courses will be of help to you! Some teaching courses are PG level programs. On other hand, some teacher training courses are undergraduate level programs.

 

Here are some notable teacher training courses which you may pursue after completing 12th –

  • B.El.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Ed. program
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
  • BPE
  • D.El.Ed.
  • D.Ed.
  • NTTE
  • ECCE
  • JBT

 

8 Bachelor of Statistics

If you like playing with numbers, probability and equations, this course will be of help to you. A good alternative to this academic program is – B.Sc. in Statistics. In some cases, Statistics is bundled with relevant fields such as Computer Science and Mathematics, forming a combination course!

 

9 CMA course

CMA stands for Cost Management Accountant. This training program  is similar to CS and CA programs. 10+2 passed students are eligible to pursue CMA course’s foundation program.

 

10 Actuarial Science

10+2 passed students are eligible to become student members of IAI (Institute of Actuaries of India). To do so, they must crack the Actuarial Common Entrance exam though!

 

11 Other courses

Apart from the above mentioned professional courses, commerce students are also eligible to pursue professional courses belonging to other streams (arts and science). For example, commerce students are eligible to pursue courses such as some B.Sc. courses, BA and BFA!

  • BA
  • B.Sc. (relevant courses like- Hospitality Management, Photography, Animation etc)
  • B Social Work
  • Mass Communication and Journalism
  • Animation and Multimedia
  • Performing Arts
  • Language Courses (Foreign Languages are promising)
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Air Hostess/Cabin Crew training course
  • Diploma in Event Management
  • Diploma in Film-making and Video Editing
  • ANM Nursing Course
  • GNM Nursing Course

 


Arts courses after 12th

 

Arts and Humanities

 

1 BA

BA is still the most popular course among arts stream students. In India, there exists numerous BA programs, which focus on a particular domain. Some such BA programs are –

  • BA in History and Archaeology
  • BA in Hindi
  • BA in Humanities
  • BA in Finance
  • BA in Foreign Languages (example- French)
  • BA in Regional Languages (example- Malayalam)
  • BA in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • BA in Visual Communication
  • BA in Literature
  • BA in Philosophy
  • BA in Music
  • BA in Theatre
  • BA in Yoga and Naturopathy
  • BA in Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • BA in Library Science
  • BA in Photography
  • BA in Applied Science
  • BA in Advertising
  • BA in Fine Arts
  • BA in Mathematics
  • BA in Retail Management
  • BA in Fashion Merchandising
  • BA in Culinary Sciences
  • BA in Anthropology
  • BA in Home Science
  • BA in Hotel Management
  • BA in Computer Applications
  • BA in Finance and Insurance
  • BA in Interior Designing
  • BA in Psychology
  • BA in Economics
  • BA in Animation and Multimedia

 

2 BFA

If you are interested in fine arts this course will be of help to you!

 

3 Chartered Accountancy (CA)

CA is a training program. It can’t be compared to a traditional Bachelor’s Degree course. In fact, there are no proper colleges offering this course! Self learning is enough to become a CA! In order to become a CA in India, you must pass a series of tests designed and conducted by the Governing body!

 

4 Bachelor’s course in Economics

If you are interested in economics, this course will be of help to you. This Bachelor’s Degree program focuses on the domain of economics. After completing the course, you may go for higher studies or take up a job.

 

5 Integrated Law courses

LL.B. is the most popular law course in India. Unfortunately, it is a postgraduate level course. It means that you must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree course in order to be considered eligible to pursue LL.B. course!

 

So, what should be done to pursue law right after 12th? Integrated law courses will be helpful in such conditions! Integrated law courses combine an undergraduate level Degree program and LL.B. It means that students may pursue this course right after passing 12th standard!

 

Some of the notable integrated law programs are –

  • B.Com. + LL.B.
  • BBA + LL.B.
  • BA + LL.B.

6 Management courses

Have you always wanted to become a manager? Do you want to take up a senior administrative role in a company? If yes, management courses will be of help to you!

 

MBA is the most valued and popular management course in India. Unfortunately, it is a PG level course.

 

So, what should be done if you want to pursue a good management program after 12th? There are some good undergraduate level management courses available in India. They are –

  • BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  • BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  • Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  • BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)

7 Teacher training courses

Are you passionate about teaching? Do you want to become a teacher? If yes, teaching courses will be of help to you! Some teaching courses are PG level programs. On other hand, some teacher training courses are undergraduate level programs.

 

Here are some notable teacher training courses which you may pursue after completing 12th –

  • B.El.Ed.
  • Integrated B.Ed. program
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
  • BPE
  • D.El.Ed.
  • D.Ed.
  • NTTE
  • ECCE
  • JBT

8 Bachelor of Statistics

If you like playing with numbers, probability and equations, this course will be of help to you. A good alternative to this academic program is – B.Sc. in Statistics. In some cases, Statistics is bundled with relevant fields such as Computer Science and Mathematics, forming a combination course!

 

9 CMA course

CMA stands for Cost Management Accountant. This training program  is similar to CS and CA programs. 10+2 passed students are eligible to pursue CMA course’s foundation program.

 

10 Actuarial Science

10+2 passed students are eligible to become student members of IAI (Institute of Actuaries of India). To do so, they must crack the Actuarial Common Entrance exam though!

 

 

11 Other courses

  • B Social Work
  • B.Sc. (relevant courses like- Hospitality Management, Photography, Animation etc)
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Air Hostess/Cabin Crew training course
  • Diploma in Event Management
  • Diploma in Filmmaking and Video Editing
  • Bachelor of Statistics
  • CA (Chartered Accountancy)
  • CS (Company Secretary Course)
  • CMA (Certified Management Professional)
  • Actuarial Science
  • Architecture (Mathematics subject and valid NATA score mandatory)
  • Animation and Multimedia (Degree and Diploma courses)
  • ANM Nursing Course
  • GNM Nursing Course

 

Careers after 12th

Some of the well known science stream careers are –

  • Engineer
  • Doctor
  • Scientist
  • Geologist
  • Teacher
  • Lecturer
  • Government employee
  • Bank employee
  • Nurse
  • Paramedical professional
  • Physiotherapist
  • Therapist
  • Lawyer
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Pharmacist
  • Management professional
  • Architect
  • Fashion Designer

 

Some of the well known commerce stream careers are –

  • Chartered Accountant
  • Banker
  • Lecturer
  • Teacher
  • Lawyer
  • Government employee
  • Management professional
  • Statistician
  • Economist
  • Company Secretary
  • Accountant
  • Investment banker
  • Actuary
  • Finance analyst

 

Some of the well known arts stream careers are –

  • Lecturer
  • Teacher
  • Lawyer
  • Government employee
  • Management professional
  • Artist
  • Painter
  • Accountant
  • Banker

 

How to select the best course after 12th?

  • Give attention to your likes and passion. Choose a course that will lead you towards your dream career.
  • Take help of teachers and parents. They know what your strong points and weaknesses are. They can shed more light into this matter and guide you through! However, don’t be over-dependent on them!
  • Make use of aptitude tests and exams. These tests will help you gauge your ability and aptitude. Depending upon the result, choose and course that is well within your ‘reach’.
  • Give adequate attention towards courses’ scope and potential. Make sure that the course will help you land a good job.
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