Class 12 marks the beginning of a student’s journey into higher education. There are hundreds of options for degrees, diplomas, and certificates. “What do you do after 12th?” is a common question among students in their final year of school. Thousands of students in India and abroad are bombarded with these questions every year. Concerns about career prospects, job opportunities, and, yes, their passion, their preferences, abound among them.
The following are some of the courses that students can pursue after finishing their 12th grade studies, depending on their stream and preference.
|Courses after 12th Science|
|Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)|
|BCA (IT & Software)|
|BSc (IT & Software)|
|BSc Science (Non-Math subjects)|
|BSc Post Basic Nursing|
|Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma)|
Science is a popular stream that offers a variety of technical courses. For students who have completed their secondary education in the science stream, here is a list of UG engineering courses.
Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are represented by the letters PCB. These subjects, as well as English, are required for this stream. This stream is for students who are interested in biology. It is the best option for anyone interested in pursuing a career in medicine or a related field.
|Courses||Eligibility||Course duration||Admission Procedure||Top Careers & Expected|
|Bachelor of Science(B. Sc.)in -Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Astronomy, Forensic Science, Geology, Statistics, Industrial chemistry, Nautical science, Fashion design/ fashion technology etc.||12th Science PCM with at least 55% marks||3 years (includes six semesters)||Merit-based admission, some institutes conduct entrance exam.||Teacher|
Lecturer, Enumerator, Research Analyst,
Expected Salary: 2.5lakhs- 3.5 lakhs PA
|Bachelor in Technology/Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical, Electronics and Telecommunication, Electrical, Civil, Information Technology||12th Science PCM with high percentile||4 years (includes eight semesters)||National Level entrance test IIT-JEE, GATE, UPSEE, BITSAT and entrance test.||Software Engineer, Data Analyst, Digital Marketer, Website Developer, Database Designer|
2.5 lakhs – 3lakhs PA
|Bachelor of Architecture( B.Arch.)||12th Science PCM with high percentile||5 years (includes ten semesters)||National Level entrance test IIT-JEE, GATE, UPSEE, BITSAT, and entrance test.||Architecture Designer, Interior Designer, Project Assistant Manager, Architecture Draftsman, Architecture Engineer|
2.5 lakhs – 4.5 lakhs PA
|Pilot||Math and Physics must be at least 50% in class XII. To be eligible for a Student Pilot License, you must be 16 years old, For a Private Pilot License, you must be 17 years old, and for a Commercial Pilot License, you must be at least 18 years old.||The CPL program, which lasts 2–3 years, is offered by Indian flying schools.|
After gaining at least 200 hours of flying experience, it takes 18–24 months to obtain a Commercial Pilot license.
|Apply for FAA Medical CertificateApply for FAA Student Pilot CertificateStart Flight Training LessonsPass Private Pilot Knowledge TestPass Private Pilot Practical Exam.||Co-Pilot Chief-|
Pilot, Commercial Pilot
Captain First Officer
INA 3lakhs – 8lakhs per month
|Merchant Navy, B.Sc. Nautical Science, B.E. Marine Engineering, B.E. Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, B.E. Harbor and Ocean Engineering||12th Science PCM with high percentile||For B.Sc. – 3 years|
For B.E. ( All branches) – 4 years
|The All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test (AIMNET), require the vision (eyesight) and health standards.||Chief Engineering Officer|
Junior Officer, Electrical OfficerRadio Expected Salary:
12,000 – 8 lakhs per month
|Courses after 12th (Commerce)|
|BCom in Accounting and Commerce|
|BCA (IT and Software)|
|Chartered Accountancy (CA)|
|Company Secretary (CS)|
|Integrated Law Program (B.Com LLB and BBA LLB)|
|Name and Duration of Course||Eligibility Criteria||Course Fee||Process of Admission||Average Expected Range of Salary|
|B.Com (General) – 3 years||Class 12th with Commerce stream||Rs. 10,000 to 5 lakhs||Entrance exams||Rs. 2 lakh – 10 lakh|
|BBA – 3 years||50% and above in class 12th||Rs. 1 lakh and Upwards||AIMA UGAT, SET, IPU CET||Rs. 2 lakh and Upwards|
|Bachelor in Business Studies – 3 years||60% in Class 12th||6K to 1 Lakh||Entrance exams – DU JAT||Rs. 2 lakh and Upwards|
|CA – 5 years||Class 12th with at least 50% marks (aggregate)||Around 50 thousand||Online registration with ICAI||Rs. 3.5 lakh – 8 lakh Per annum|
|CS||Class 12th with at least 50% marks (aggregate)||Rs. 60100||online registration with ICSI||Rs. 5.5 – 15 lakh|
|Courses after 12th Arts|
|BA in Humanities & Social Sciences|
|BA in Arts (Fine/Visual/Performing)|
|Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)|
|BDes in Animation|
|BDes in Design|
|BSc in Hospitality & Travel|
|BSc in Design|
|Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC)|
|BHM in Hospitality & Travel|
|Bachelor of Journalism (BJ)|
|Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM)|
|BA in Hospitality & Travel|
|BA in Animation|
|Diploma in Education (DEd)|
|BCom in Accounting and Commerce|
|BCA (IT and Software)|
|Name and Duration of Course||Eligibility Criteria||Average|
|Employment Opportunities||Salary Range|
|Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) -3 years||10+2 from a recognized board||INR 1.5 to 6 Lacs||Software developer,Web developer, System Analyst||INR 2 to 20 LPA|
|Bachelor of Arts (BA) -3 years||10+2 from a recognized educational board||INR 10K to 25K||Blogger, Investment Analyst, Assistant Dietitian, Content Writer, Health Educator/ Counselor,||INR 1.5 to 6 LPA|
|Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Legislative Law (BA-LLB) – 5 years||10+2 or equivalent exam with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks from a recognized board||INR 1 to 10 Lacs||Legal Manager,Private Attorney,Advisor, Legal Officer||INR 1.5 to 18 LPA|
|Bachelor of Hotel Management (BHM)||10+2 from a recognized educational board||INR 3 to 8 Lacs||Restaurant Manager,Flight Attendant, Event Manager, Front Office Manager, Hotel Manager||INR 2 to 5 LPA|
|Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication-3 years||10+2 with minimum 50-60% marks + minimum 17 years of age||INR 1.5 to 6 Lacs||Reporter, Media Manager, Creative Director, Correspondent,Sub-Editor, Journalist, Radio Jockey||INR 2 to 18 LPA|
There are no stream-specific vocational courses. They give students the opportunity to do something different from their regular classes and learn new skills. By taking these courses, students gain practical knowledge and prepare for a specialized career by taking these courses. There are a variety of programs available to students that will prepare them for employment. One of the benefits of choosing these courses is that they can be completed entirely online. Aside from that, there are a few courses that are both inexpensive and short in duration.
Integrated M.Tech, BCA, B.Arch, B.Tech/BE,B.Sc., M.B.B.S, BDS, B.Pharma, Nursing, and Paramedical are some of the courses available after Class 12th with Science. Students can also choose from Economics Honors, Math Honors, Statistics Honors, B.Com, Criminology, Forensic Science, BBA, BMS, BJMY, BJC, LLB, Fashion Designing, Graphic Designing, Animation, Interior Decoration, and other courses.
To get into colleges affiliated with the central, state, and UGC, you must have a minimum of 50% in aggregate or an equivalent CGPA. For students in the Reserved Category, a minimum of 45 percent or equivalent CGPA is required. Some colleges, on the other hand, require students to have received passing grades in Class 12.
CS, ICWAI, ITI, Journalism, Mass Comm, CA, Fashion Designing, Web Designing,Data Entry, Internet Designing, Pharmacy, Nursing, Beauty and Wellness, Physiotherapy, Graphic Designing, Commercial Pilot, and others are some of the most popular professional courses after Class 12th.
To sit for the JEE exam, candidates must have a minimum of 65 percent in aggregate or an equivalent CGPA in Science in Class 12th.
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