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What After Plus Two ?



Plus Two results are out and the most important decision is choosing the right college and the course.



A particular course which has a high placement requirement may lose its fame in the future. So select a course that shall be in demand when the student completes the course.


If the first step is not right, then everything ends up wrong. There are some common FAQ among students and parents:-

What are the various courses available?

Generally the undergraduate courses are divided into three major categories, Engineering, Medical and Arts and science. The various courses are:

Engineering: The most popular in the engineering courses are Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Information Technology, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Nanotechnology, Petroleum Engineering, and Architecture .

Medical and Paramedical:

MBBS: The most glamorous course available today. Doctor's profession involves a lot of hard work with good degree of dedication.

Dentistry: It is the art and science of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of conditions, deceases and disorder of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial region and its associated structures as it relates to human body.

Nursing: One of the noblest professions in the world. Nursing is not confined just to patient care but a range and variety of subjects have made nursing very demanding.

Pharmacy: It has a close link with life sciences. Pharmacology is the science of drugs, their discovery and uses.

Physiotherapy; It deals with the study of scientific procedures used in the treatment of patient with disability, decease or injury to achieve and maintain functional rehabilitation.

Medical Laboratory Technology: Involves the production of medical technologist. These professionals get involved in practical and technical work to aid correct diagnosis and in the functioning of biochemical laboratories.

Arts and Science Course:

Conventional Science courses: These include Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Environmental science, Geology, Geography, Food science etc.

Interdisciplinary Courses: These courses originated from the convergence of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer. The courses include Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, Microbiology etc.

Business Administration: BBM & MBA are the courses available under business administration. These courses have great demand due to high job opportunities.

Conventional Arts Courses: This includes English, Economics, History, Political Science, Social work, Psychology, Mass communication, Languages, Civics etc.

Commerce: B.Com, M.Com, B.Com (CA) & M.Com (CA) are the courses under commerce.

Computer-related courses: Computer related courses have a demand due to the application of computers in all sectors and jobs. Various courses under this section are BCA,MCA, B,Sc. & M.Sc. Computer Science, B.Sc .& M.Sc. IT etc.

Education: B.Ed and M.Ed are the courses which are widely been recognized.

2. Which course should I select?

Most of us select a course which is of high demandbecause majority of students got placements during the last academic year. By evaluating the record of the placement, parents and students select a course. But, this kind of selection is totally wrong.

The job market is based on demand and supply.

A particular course which has a high placement requirement may lose its fame in the future. We should see what course shall be of high demand when the student completes the course.

Hence, one should select a course which will have huge demand in the future.

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