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Asked this 1 year, 4 months ago

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My subject is math, I have 70% in 12th, so what to do next
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Akansha Sirohi
Answer written 1 year, 4 months ago
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Hi,

Having studied mathematics in class 12 does not limit your options for higher education. The advantage of studying science is that most of the undergraduate courses will be open for you once you have successfully passed your board exams.

Following are some of the courses that you can pick after 12th Science apart from B.Tech and Medical:

Field About the Course Type of Programmes
Science A B.Sc. degree from a reputed college is as good as any other science degree. Good job options are available after pursuing a B.Sc. Students who are sure that they want to pursue masters’ after B.Sc. can foray into the education sector.
  • B.Sc. IT
  • B.Sc. Agriculture
  • B.Sc. Electronics
  • B.Sc. Horticulture
  • B.Sc. Biotechnology
  • B.Sc. Forestry
  • B.Sc. Computer Science
  • B.Sc. Mathematics
  • B.Sc. Physics
  • B.Sc. Nautical Science
  • B.Sc. Electronics and Communication
  • B.Sc. Chemistry
Business and Management Management and business studies is another bright option for science students as a BBA or BMA followed by MBA will provide with some of the best job opportunities in India.
  • Bachelor of Management Studies
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • BBA+MBA Integrated Course

Law and Humanities

Law is another programme that provides a broad bandwidth of opportunities. You will have the option to practice law and even work at corporate houses. Law studies also help in cracking exams like Company Secretory.
  • B.Sc. + LL.B.
  • BBA + LL.B.
  • B.Com. + LL.B.
  • B.A. Social Work
Commerce, Accounts and Banking Commerce and economics are also two subjects that science students will find interesting as well as fruitful in terms of both job and higher education.
  • B.Com. (relevant fields like statistics)
  • Economics Honours
Arts and Languages Those of you who want to switch your field and study languages and arts can pursue the following courses.
  • English Honours
  • B.A History/ Geography/ Political Science/ Sociology
  • Mass Communication and Journalism
  • Performing Arts
  • Language Courses (Foreign Languages are promising)
Medicine If you don’t want to pursue the conventional medical programmes, then courses like pharmacy and nursing offer great ROI of your education funds. After pursuing B.Pharma, you can either pursue higher studies or start your own medical store business. B.Sc. Nursing also offers some bright opportunities.
  • B.Pharmacy
  • B.Sc. Nursing
  • B.P.T Physiotherapy
  • Radiological Assistant Certification
Fashion Designing If you have a skilled hand and are passionate about art and drawing, then fashion designing is probably one of the best fields for you offering a lot of opportunities in the corporate, entertainment as well as industrial sector.
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design and Technology
  • Furniture and Interior Design course
  • Bachelor of Fashion Communication
  • Bachelor of Design (Accessory)
  • Bachelor of Interior Designing
  • Bachelor of Design (Leather)
  • Bachelor of Product Design
  • Bachelor of Textile Design
Hospitality and Tourism Another good option if you are into travelling and want to work at the top travel agencies and hotels in the country. Jobs depend on the institute you are graduating from.
  • Bachelor of Hotel Management
  • B.Sc. Hospitality and Tourism
  • B.Sc in Hospitality Administration
Education and Teaching If you are passionate about teaching then these courses can allow you to secure teaching and instructor jobs in colleges.
  • B.El.Ed. (Bachelor of Elementary Education, 4 years long course)
  • Primary Teachers Training course (can follow it up with B.Ed.)
  • B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • Diploma in Yoga Education
Commercial Pilot Training Commercial Pilot Training may be an expensive programme but offers very bright job opportunities. In order to undergo training, students have to clear Pilot Aptitude test and other medical examinations.
  • CPL Training programmes
Merchant Navy Merchant navy is another high paying field. Jobs opportunities are very bright at both offshore and on shore depending on the programme of study.
  • B.S. Nautical Technology
  • B.S. Marine Engineering
  • B.Sc. Nautical Science
  • B.E. Marine Engineering
Other degree/diploma programmes Students can also opt for field-specific diploma programmes.
  • Diploma in Retail Management
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Diploma in Education Technology
  • Diploma in Fire Safety and Technology
  • Air Hostess/Cabin Crew training course
  • Diploma in Film Making and Video Editing
  • Diploma in Event Management
CollegeDekho User
Answer written 1 year, 4 months ago
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You have plenty of options...I guess. 1. Engineering (obvious) You can take a year drop and prepare for JEE. 2. You can study law. 3. You can go in defence 4. Prepare for civil services 5. Other options such as Architecture, business, design etc. Hope it helps...best of luck

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