What After 10th? in India. Now that your 10th exam is finally over, you must be planning for Higher studies in medical/engineering/technical discipline that you are interested, taking a decision that shapes the future career is most important a wrong decision can make or break the career.

If you are among one of those students who are perplexed in choosing the right path after 10th, well do not worry. We are going to help you to choose the right one.

It’s hard to choose stream if one does not know or understand their stream or interest, One can find the best stream by understanding the strength and weaknesses that you posses. A Clear understanding can be found by looking at self interest and asking others who know you well. Once you have found the path that suites you, the subjects you are good at, and the most important factor is that you should work hard in achieving your goals.

After 10th:

1. Intermediate (11th, 12th/ I PCU, II PUC in Science, Commerce and computers)


The science will help you in two courses like Engineering and Medical Science.
the common subjects of two courses are Physics, Mathematics Chemistry and English.If you want to choose Medical field then biology will be one of your subject.For Engineering you need to take computer science or Electronic as optional subjects.As Maths is the main subject to qualify you for an Engineering subject. Therefore you can study BE/ B.Tech in Biotechnology, Bio informatics, Bio medical engineering, Electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, Bachelor of pharmacy, Aeronautical engineering, Automobile engineering, Aerospace engineering, Architecture and Civil engineering. Completing the B.E/ B.Tech you can progress to do M.E/ M.Tech and then finally a PhD.After your 12th.

The two main subjects of this stream are Business Studies and Accountancy which every student has to study and other two subjects are optional. Students can choose from Maths, Statistics, Economics, to History, Geography, Political Science, etc. for those two additional subjects.he courses for which students can apply after Commerce stream are B.Com, BBA, BMS, BBM, CFA, CA, ICWA, CFP etc.

If you are computer savvy, and adrenaline runs in your blood when you work in computers, hop on to PCMC field, which enables you to learn computers from PUC-I it self, and it gives strong platform in further studies in B.E/B.Tech/BCA graduation, even on Post graduation like M.Tech/M.E/MCA etc.

By the Arts you can choose many fields,the arts streams offers many subjects like History,Political Science, English, Geography,Hindi, Psychology, Sanskrit and Sociology, for the higher secondary level. But one has to optinal for four compulsory subjects in addition to English and a Modern Indian Language. If you are interested to pursue a career in Mass Media, Journalism, Literature, Languages, Sociology, Social Service, Human Psychology, History, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Human Resources, Economics and history this course is aptinal for you.

2. Polytechnic (Diploma) POLYCET- Polytechnic Common Entrance Test; CEE (Common Entrance Exam for Polytechnic)

3. ITI (Industrial Trading Institute) / ITC (Industrial Training Centre)
ITI is a two years course in basic Engineering and non-engineering fields. It enables candidates to develop trade skills in technical field.


4. Paramedical (Allied Healthcare Course):
After 10th Paramedical course is also a very good option, it is about Healthcare and clinical services in Healthcare sector, it involves providing healthcare to the patients under the supervision of a Physician.

Courses include:

DMLT- Diploma in Medical Laboratory
DHFM- Diploma in Hospital Food service Management
DOT- Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology

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