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First u chose a field of your interest, b cos 90% of career courses started after 12th only. i would say if u think of any career based on your WISH, HOBBY. IMAGINATION,INTEREST,APTITUDE,DREAM etc,,, u can do by appearing an entrance test, like fashion technology, u have to write entrance test conducted by nift, if u opt acting as a career u hv to write an entrance test conducted by national scool of drama or national institue of acting pune etc...if u opt career in design then u hv to write an entrance test conducted by National institute of design,ahmedabad.if u r interested a career in Law, then u hv to write entrance test*CLAT*. if u wants a career in engineering then u hv to write AIEEE OR JEE..( from next year JEE may not be in force). many more entrance tests u hv to attend. here i would suggest you please be in touch with meracareerguide.com and read carefully the Q&A for better understanding of careers till your time comes to act....
No there is no entrance exam for CPL you can join directly if your age is 17 years and you should complete your intermediate with minimum 50%

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There is no such National entrance exam. but the exams which are organized by Air Force is applicable to all the Indians. you need to keep an eye on their website and regular follow up with the Employment News Paper.

if you are a 12th Standard student, you can apply for NDA Exam, on selection you have to clear PABT (pilot Aptitude battery Test ) to become a Pilot.
once you failed to pass this PABT test, you will never get a second chance.

after Graduation, you can apply for CDS exam.

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Hi Deepak,

First of all it is a misconception of people that for a non medical student only engineering is a good career option. There are a whole lot of careers that one can make or go into, it’s only about figuring ones interest first.
Science students always have an advantage that they can remain in their own field or can even shift in commerce or humanities. It is just that one should know what he or she wants to do or where ones interest lies.

Figure out your strengths and weeknesses, your interst, your personality characteristics and finally the most important is your aptitude and then considering these look for a career that you can pursue. For that you can even take the help of the Psychometric Assessment, which will help you to find a career for yourself in relation to all the factors. For that you can follow the link below:

http://www.meracareerguide.com/School-Career-Assessment.aspx

Hope this information is of help to you. You can also write back for any further doubts.

Best Wishes!
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Hi Medico,

Scholarship depends on the College you opt for Medicine.

All the best.
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Most of the students face this problem at your age.... But there is nothing to panic.... There are a lot many career opportunities who opts for maths with bio..... Most commonly students students of Non-medical stream opt for engineering. But since you don't want to pursue with science related fields,there's nothing to worry. You are even now open with loads of career options. You can pursue with animation, game designing, mass communication, law, hotel management, fashion designing, counselling, just B.Sc. and many such other...... All the fields are equally good, you just need to choose one which suits you............
AND ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR CAREER...
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Dear Preeti,

You have already secured admission in Sri Venkateswara College in BA prog.You can continue with that.Because after that you can seat for IAS entrance exam.

The essential ingredient of succeeding on an exam is the knowledge of the contents and structure of the exam and the process. The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) of India conducts the IAS exam. The three-step process is: Preliminary Exam (Prelims), Main Exam (Mains), and Interview.

The Prelims are composed of two tests of two hours each. The General Studies (GS) test contains 150 objective, multiple-choice questions. It primarily covers six topics: the constitution of India, history, geography, economics, science, and current affairs. The second test is on a subject chosen, from among the 23 subjects, by the candidate. This objective, multiple-choice test contains 120 questions.

The Prelims are used as a screening mechanism for reaching the next phase of the Mains. Your first target is prelims.

As you can see, the process consists of mandatory and optional subject matter. For optional subjects, you should choose those subjects in which you have the most knowledge and greatest interest. Obviously, you need to master the constitution, history, geography, economic, science, and current affairs. Another critical dimension is the thought process, analytical skills, ability to articulate thoughts coherently and strong writing skills, both in English and in the language of your choice. Given a particular emphasis on the general knowledge, you must become an avid reader of newspapers and magazine that deal with Indian and international affairs, political, economic and business issues, and other current events.

You should buy guide-books on the IAS exams to practice and prepare. Approximately one year before taking the test, you can consider taking coaching classes.

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Yes, you can go for CA but the important thing before selecting a career is to find out your own interest and then select the career accordingly. If you have passion for numbers and accounts then CA is your destination.... ► Read more
You have a very genuine question. But to answer it so that you can benefit from it reply, more details are required. Details such as your interests, aptitude, preferences and ability in various subjects that you studying. Your aspirations are equally important. This is the right time that you get in touch with experienced people who can give you proper guidance and help you understand the situation so that you are in a good & informed position to make sensible decisions.... ► Read more
There are lot of option for commerce student- B.COM, BCA , BBA , CA, ICWA , CS , LAW , Economics, Animation, journalism, business economics, hotel management actuarial science,e.t.c. After B.COM you can try for MCA, M.COM, CA, ICWA , CS , LAW , Economics, Animation, journalism, advertising , MBA , Public relation, social work, actuarial science,CRISIL Certified Analyst Programme (CCAP), stock broking, CFA, event management e.t.c . After B.COM you can apply for Bank job especially PO, civil services . There are lot of courses are available in the field of finance, tax, accounting, computer , business, stock broking, media, language, hospitality.

Actually there are end number of careers. Giving detail of each career option is not possible . Once you are able to decide what you want to take up a detail answering is possible . Don't take up career just because of paying capacity of that field . In today's age every career option can pay you well if you can deliver result .and to perform well you need to do hard work and that can only happen if you take up career according to your interest You had not mentioned any of your interest, or anything about your personality so that i can advice on future scope. If you are not able to know your interest , analyse your personality well then you can take up psychometric assessment conducted by MERA CAREER GUIDE. The assessment will help you know your personality, interest, strength, weakness and on basis of these information you can decide what career option you should take up .

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