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Hi,

If you are really interested in foreign language so just go for it. Though the languages that are in demand presently are Japanese, German, French, Chinese, Spanish.. Every foreign language has its own advantage.

Courses::
Foreign language courses can be studied after 10+2 as a 3 years graduate course or even as 5 years integrated language course in the universities offering such courses.

Career in Foreign Language::
1) TEACHING
2) INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS
3) FREELANCING

Translators find job with industries, publishing houses, government and research organizations. Other job opportunities for language specialist lie with the travel and tourism sector, hotel industry, exhibitions and fairs, airlines offices, export agencies, radio stations and trade organizations..

On other side there are also lots of option after 12th for commerce students such as:: B.com, BBA, BCA, BBM, some computer courses like: Tally, Computer Accounting, SAP financial module, Basic Microsoft elements etc..

CA, CS, ICWA are some professional courses.

All the best

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Hi Namita,

Well, it would be diffiuclt to say which is a better option. In terms of jobs,Msc Chemistry will help you get a job in teaching position in R&D and pharmaceutical companies. Where with Msc. Biochemistry you can get into hospital industry in research area, pharmaceutical industy, research area in agricultural field....
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Hi Namita !!!
Before talking about the best option between PAU & Thapar University, I hope that you have researched well about the various career options open for you after completing degree in MSc Chemistry. If not, I would want to brief you about some of those options.
1) Teaching:
a) Teaching is a good option after getting postgraduate degree in basic sciences like chemistry. Private institutes preparing students for IIT/MBBS entrances hire students with PG degree at starting salary of Rs 15000- 25000.
b) There are lots of colleges who are offering jobs to fresh graduates (if you clear net it will be added advantage)
c) Govt jobs are also there but that needs extra degree of B.Ed.
2) Pharmaceutical companies are also a option if you are good in analysis and have a good practical hand.
3) Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) also hires MSc chemistry for different positions. So you keep yourself updated on that front.
4) Paint industry is another domain which offers opportunities for you.
5) Research: If you are interested in research you have two options.
a) Firstly, you can prepare for NET-JRF and apply for different IIT and many other good institutions like IISERS,IITs,CSIR labs.
b) You can appear for GRE and apply for different universities in abroad.
NOW coming to your question which one is better:- PAU or Thapar??
PAU is government institution and has a well established Department of Chemistry since 1965 . I think you will get more exposure in terms of faculty and research. One important point for consideration (may or may not be in your case) is that fees structure will be more reasonable in this institution. You can research and talk to the students of the institution for more information.
Follow the link:- http://web.pau.edu/cobsh/index.php?_act=manageDepartments&DO=viewDepartment&intLinkID=3
On the other hand in Thapar university, I could not find any department for chemistry.
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