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Hi,

There are many courses that you can pursue after your 12th class but that will depend on what Aptitude, Interest, Personality and skills. You are better aware of what your strengths and weakness are and what long term goals you have set for yourself. It would be better that you take your career decisions keeping in mind all these things.

You can go for B.Sc courses, B.Com, BA courses, BBA, BCA, Mass Communication, Hotel Management, Designing etc…. You can go for any of them depending on your choice of career.

I would have been in a better position to tell this to you if I knew what stream you have taken in your class 12th.

You can write back if you have any further doubts.

You can also take the help of the Psychometric Career Assessment that MeraCareerGuide offers for students to take better and right career decisions.

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Dear Sanjeev, 

If you want to do Civil Engineering, you need to clear Joint Entrance or other similar competitive exams. Otherwise you might can take direct admission on reserved seats but that will cost you in few lakhs and also not suggestable. However, if you still want to choose that way, you may let me know, i'll give you reference.

If this year you have not cleared the exam, why don't you focus and study harder so that you can make it next year? 

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Hello Friend
Its good that you have a clear mind of your choice after 12th class. Generally students are not that clear at this stage. Firstly, you did not mention about the kind of business your father have. So, its a little difficult thing to tell about which course or diploma you should choose. Still, what i can suggest is that go in for the course which is related to your father's business. Something which will benefit his business and enhance your knowledge as well. If you have required knowledge about the the work you are doing, its always a positive point. You don't have to struggle so hard to understand things. You can also go in for graduation (Regular / Correspondence) along with the concerned course or diploma. Remember, knowledge gained is never a waste. It will definitely pay you at some or the other stage of life. Just check which course suits your requirement and go for it.
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Students who pursue the Diploma Progamme take six subjects; one each from Groups 1 to 5 (below) with an additional subject from 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6.

A minimum of three subjects must be taken at higher level (HL) and the rest at standard level (SL). There must be no more than 4 subjects taken at a Higher Level, unless approved by the IB co-ordinator at the school. Higher level subjects recommend approximately 240 hours of teaching time, and standard level subjects about 150.

In India, the IB Diploma Programme is often seen as a "passport" to gain entry into universities abroad. The schools which are allowed to take on this programme are the international schools, which are privately funded and as a result are very expensive. Many parents are willing to spend a lot on their child's education, hence the mushrooming of schools which offer the Diploma Programme.This is leading to an increase in the number of Indian Diploma students.There currently are 18 schools in India offering the IB programme. In 2007, the prestigious Doon School also joined the list of schools offering the Diploma

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Hi,

Let's chat online whenever you come because I fear you are getting confused about your career options.

Last night you posted a question in which you wanted to be a airport manager and today merchant Navy. So lets talk further on yoru options before I give to you more details....
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IMSR has almost all under graduate and post graduate courses with over 40 specializations and management courses which cover almost all industries and career options. We expose our students to various aspects of management in a very gradual and motivating manner to enable them to acquire complete industrial requirements.

IMSR offers courses designed as per current need of Corporate and Industry. IMSR is the only Institute in India, who also provide real-time case studies, free books on Presentation skills, Interview skills, Group Discussion Skills, and lots of other personality development material to prepare student for corporate challenges in terms of Knowledge and Business etiquettes.

Provide a learning environment that encourages critical thinking, stimulates creativity and closes multidirectional relationships between students and faculty.
Indian Management School & Research Centre (IMSR) is among the first professional education institute offering distance learning Management programs to over 5000 students annually under International affiliation.

IMSR has partnered with MS university which is state govt.approved University by UGC, DEC & accredited by NAAC.

We have designed Management programs for those, who wish to excel their management skills at very affordable cost while at work.
IMSR is fully geared up to offer management education in distance learning mode with the back-up of e-learning Learning Management Software (LMS).
We are different because…

1. IMSR has Fast Track option - one can complete the course even in a year
2. You have a option to do dual MBA in one course hence you can diversify your career.
3. Our certificate is well acceptable across the industry
4. We are associated with Xavier University and University of Northeast Virginia, which open door for overseas employment also.
5. We provide 100% placement assistance right from day of the enrollment till life time.
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You can take up any stream upto 12th. Students from every student are eligible. Take up stream in which you are interested and you can keep as second alternative. After 12th you need to appear in CLAT exam which is conducted at national level and help you getting admission in best law colleges in India.You must score not less than 50% marks( for general category) in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/OBC and PWD).Candidates who have appeared in the 10+2 examination and are awaiting results are also eligible to appear in the test.Age of candidate should not be more than 20 years in case of General/OBC candidates (22 years in case of SC/ST and persons with Disability). To qualify in the exam you need to prepare for English including Comprehension , General Knowledge/Current Affairs, maths that is taught up to the class X , Logical Reasoning and legal aptitude Legal Aptitude. You can also try for other private colleges through their own exam.
Now to become interpreter my first advice will be same as law - You can take up any stream upto 12th. Students from every student are eligible. Take up stream in which you are interested and you can keep as second alternative.After you complete your 12th take up course in language( the language for which you want to be intrepreter)
. After completing the course search job in embassies, writing, translator, BPO/KPO, teaching , MNCS e.t.c all give ample opportunities for people knowing different languages. Feel free to ask further question....
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Hi renu,

Yes ! you can take coaching for IIT and other engineering exam. As far as cost of coaching is concerned. All the coaching institutes are offering 25-75 % of scholarships for good students. You can sit for their scholarship exam and clear.

Some of the best coaching are:

1. FIIT JEE
2. Bansal Classes
3. Narayana academy
4. Aakash Institute
5. Sri Chaitaya academy
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Whether you are a graduate or you have finished your schooling or you have passed your class tenth, Air Force has an exciting career opportunity for you....
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Hi Salonee,

There are a lot of career options available with commerce stream. The choice of selecting the career is your interest areas.
Some of the suggested options are:

CA
CS
ICWA
Mass communication and journalism
Advertising and PR
Business management
Banking and Insurance
Economics Hons
Human resource management
Social work and rural development
Event management
Merchant navy /Army
Civil services and Administrative services
and more....

Revert back with your area of interest.

Good luck
Career counselor
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