Top 8 Professional Courses for 12th Pass-outs in India

It is quite tricky making a choice of right career for the students and their parents. Peer pressure comes into play and students are swayed ending up with the wrong career choice.

The decision is crucial as it defines and shapes ones future. However, the dilemma is about what should one choose and what is the career and future prospects of that stream. It is thus important to keep oneself updated with the newest and trending courses that can land you in the best jobs.

Here we offer you a list of some great courses that have a bright future. Analyze them and find out which suits you best, reports Sure Job.

Trending Courses for Arts Background: B.Sc Degree in Fashion, Interior and Textile Design,B.A (Hons) Economics, BA (Hons) English, BA Media & Communication, BA Political Science, BA – Tourism, History & Journalism.

Trending Courses for Science Background: B.Sc (Hons) Digital Art & Technology, B.Sc Interior Designing (ID), B.Sc Multimedia & Animation, B.Sc. Mass Communication, Advertisement & Journalism, and B.Sc (Electronics Media).

Engineering:

This section of education has been springing up in India since the last decade. The number of colleges offering this course has risen astoundingly. The world is in the need of skilled engineers with the right set of qualifications and attitude. A majority of the Indian students chose this career option as it has a wide range of courses to offer along with plenty of job opportunities. Top engineering colleges in the nation organize entrance tests for the courses. Some of the most popular 4 year degree courses in this stream are Computer Science, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Information Technology and Chemical.

Medicine:

Medicine is one of the most rewarding, respectable and successful careers in India. Offering a plethora of specializations in varied fields of Medicine, this career option also lands students to the highest paying professions in the country. The field of medical studies is evolving with development of new ideas and new technologies. This overtly rewarding and lucrative career option lures more students as the number of seat have multiplied over years and there have new branches of studies to pursue. However the most preferred areas of specializations are MBBS(Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), B.Pharma (Bachelor of Pharmacy), BPT (Physiotherapy) and BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery).

Law:

It is a 5 year degree course in legal studies. A career in Law offers well-paid opportunities across the globe. There are a plenty of professional courses in Law that can help to give career a kick start. Courses in legal studies are offered by many universities in India. The integrated undergraduate degree courses include B.A. LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B., BBA LLB and B.Com LL.B.

Charted Accountancy:

This field is mostly approached by students with commerce background. A word of caution: one should be utterly dedicated and hard working to get through this degree course. Once you are a C.A. you have endless handsomely paying opportunities that settle your future for good. The field deals in financial accounting, audits, general management, taxation and company law of the firm in both public and private sectors. The fat salary paid to the CA professionals is one more factor that students are exceedingly attracted to this course. One can complete the course under Indian Chartered Accountancy Institute from various sub institutes across the country.

Architecture:

From huge and amazing skyscrapers to innovative designed buildings that are around. Architecture career has witnessed a boost since the growth of capitalism in India. Architecture comes across as one of the most chic and skillful career options in the Indian education system. As the nation is developing big time and a greater emphasis is on the infrastructure, this career is one of the best options to grab pretty paying jobs.

Fashion designing:

A career in fashion designing comes deals with applying art to the design apparels and lifestyle. This is an exciting career field that attracts aspirants to the world of glamour, fashion, creativity and designs. The skill of creating wonderful combination with colors, designs and patterns is the only requirement for admission in a fashion designing course. Apart from jobs in fashion houses owned by globally recognized designers, the filed also offers self employment options.

Journalism:

Words have the potential to convey a lot and are considered more powerful than a sword. Journalism is the source of our everyday awareness of what’s going on in the world around us. Many students having a passion for writing opt for this challenging and exciting career. Journalism as a career offers many courses for both graduate and post graduate level. The field offers undergraduate courses in mass communication, mass media, and journalism. The industry offers jobs in print and electronic media. The future prospects look bright for ones who move ahead with ahead with hard work in this field.

Nursing Courses:

Similar to medical profession, nursing is also one of the most rewarding and noble careers globally. The career deals with acquiring knowledge of taking care of patients and helping to cure their physical and psychological disorders. The nursing courses educate the students of the latest technologies in the medical world and accessing the latest medical equipments. Students with a degree in nursing are offered ample of jobs across the globe.

 (CFT: Updated on Updated on 14th May)

n a significant decision which is set to benefit students aspiring to enter IITs, the Council meet of the prestigious institutions in Chennai on Monday (22 September) decided to consider the aggregate marks secured in Class 12 Board Examinations for admission.

"In addition to the top-20 percentile condition, it has been decided now to give another provision [to aspirants seeking admission] which is the marks secured in the board exams," Secretary, Union Ministry of Human Resources, Ashok Thakur told reporters.

The 48th meeting of the Council of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) was held at the IIT Madras, chaired by Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani.

At present, only those students who are in the top-20 percentile in their Class XII board exams are admitted to the 16 IITs across the country. Also, they must have cleared the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) advanced.

About 200 students with top scores in JEE, considered tough, could not get into the IITs as they were not in the top-20 percentile league.

Now, with the new norm, even if a student does not figure in the 20 percentile category, she or he could aspire to get into the IITs provided they meet the minimum marks prescribed by the Council.

Briefing about the deliberations, Thakur said the Council approved the new norm of marks secured after due deliberations.

According to the norm, an aspiring OBC and general category candidate should have secured 75 per cent and those belonging to SC, ST, and disabled section should have got 70 per cent in class 12 board exam to be considered for admission in addition to clearing the JEE.

"This norm will bring tremendous releif to students. Now marks secured formula will be there alongwith 20-percentile rule."

Replying to a question, Thakur said the heads of the IITs in Chennai and Kanpur have been given the responsibility of preparing a framework for a new India-centric ranking system for Indian instituions of higher learning.

When introduced, the system will cover the IITs and the Central universities and later it would be extended to UGC funded institutions.

"This ranking system will be India centric. The parameters will be relevant to India. The IITs will take the lead and devise the framework for Indian institutions."

By March 2015, the framework for the ranking system is expected to be completed.

A pan-Indian IIT-alumni centre, intended to be an interface between the industry and academia, will be set up at Bangalore. "The concept has been approved by the Council," he said.

(Agencies) - See more at: http://www.businessworld.in/news/economy/education/iit-eases-norms-adds-board-exam-marks-to-20-percentile/1542615/page-1.html#sthash.amO36mtC.dpuf

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