Career Option after 10+2

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This presentation will help class 12th commerce and arts students to get a snap shot of various career options.

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  • Let’s talk about career planning first before exploring and knowing about the various career options available post XIIth. Most of us approach career decision making with fear and trepidation. We end up either following our friends or do what parents tell us. But planning your career can be one of the most enriching , interesting and exciting time of your life. Career planning process enables you to learn more about you and about who you are becoming. So, be more involved and informed about the most crucial decision in your life. Take an informed decision instead of following “what my friend does, I will also do the same” herd mentality. Assess Yourself: where you are, what are your interests, what are your work values, what are your strengths and weaknesses etc. Gain self awareness, self confidence, understand time and stress mgt., etc. Explore career options: What careers do you find interesting, how much time would you need to attain a level of education, in that field, to get a good job, e.g. to become a doctor you would need around 8-10 years while in engineering and an MBA would take only 6 years before you get a good job Set career goals: setting targets with a timeframe that you want to achieve in your life. Set long term as well as short term career/life goals. Break them into smaller well defined steps to achieve the final goals, and so on a so forth…Identify job market trends and familiarise yourself with sources of information to use further clarifying your career choices.
  • A critical decision : decides the future, lays the foundation for the rest of your life Changing market scenario : Dynamic and multi tasking is the name of the game today. One must be a business manager who can manage any business with his or her understanding of the market dynamics. Need to see 10 years hence, NOW, to guess and estimate what would be the industry scenario and how you would be place with your education and skill set, that you would acquire now. Increasing competition : More number of aspirants for less number of seats. The earlier you get informed and identify a line/stream, the better for you to prepare for it. More and new sectors coming up : Not only more opportunities are there in existing businesses but also newer businesses are coming up with better and faster future growth.
  • As mentioned in the previous slide after exploring the various career options one must zero down on the most suitable career option. It depends on your personality, habits, inclination, interest, availability of good educational institutes and future opportunities in that field. Suppose you zero down on Management career then the next step is to find out the right, most suitable course that would help you meet your career goals. Subsequently rank various colleges on different parameters like quality of education, reputation, past record, placements etc. Familiarise with the college admission process for the relevant/selected stream – like the pattern of entrance test, knowing calendar of events, tracking waiting list at the time of result announcement by the institute/college Most of the colleges have their own entrance examinations or are affiliated to certain all India entrance examinations. You need to check for the entrance exam details, patterns, and critical dates like notification release date, application form submission date etc. With so much of preparation you can be successful in pursuing the career of your choice, surely. Do homework sincerely and then success will knock at your doorstep.
  • Briefly touch upon various career options available to students. We must deliberately avoid recomending private universities/colleges because of many reasons. The topmost amongst them is the non-recognised degree by AICTE or UGC etc.
  • This is an indicative list of best colleges in India. This list is not Rankings.
  • Notr: Visit UG Track for notification details for various colleges/uni. Entrance tests.
  • Note: Refer to UG Track for exact number of colleges and no. of seats

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  • 1. Career Options after XII
  • 2. The Career Planning Process A three-step process
  • 3. Importance of Career Planning
  • 4. Stages in Career Decision Making
  • 5. Some Important Career Options
  • 6. The Business Management Option
    • The important programs
      • Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS), DU
      • Bachelor of Finance & Investment Analysis,DU
      • Bachelors in Business Economics,DU
      • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA/BBA-IT), Symbiosis University, Pune
      • Other state universities e.g. IP University, Bangalore University, etc.
  • 7. Bachelor of Business Studies
    • Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi
    • Keshav Mahavidyalaya,University of Delhi
    • Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi
  • 8. BBS- Delhi University
    • A 3 year full time program leading to BBS
    • Established in 1987 to impart business & management education at undergraduate level
    • Besides BBS,SSCBS also offers the following other courses:
      • Bachelor of Financial & Investment Analysis – 3 year full time
      • Bachelor of Computer Sciences (Hons.) - 3 year full time
      • Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications - 1 year part time
  • 9. Admission Procedure
    • BBS,BFIA & BBE admission is through a common entrance test followed by GD and PI only for BBS and BFIA
    • Admission to the B.Sc (Hons.) Computer Science and PG Diploma in Computer Application is through an Entrance Test conducted by the University
  • 10. Number of Seats
  • 11. Admission Procedure
    • Written Entrance Test (common for BBS,BFIA&BBE )
      • Delhi, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Kanpur
    • Group Discussion & Interview
      • In each category the ratio of number of shortlisted candidates to the number of seats is 3:1
    • The Final Selection (separate list of BBS & BFIA)
      • Written Entrance Examination : 50%
      • Class XII Exam : 30%
      • Interview : 10%
      • Group Discussion : 10%
      • For foreign students ,100% weightage is given to the interview
    • Selection Weightage for BBE
    • Written Entrance Examination : 50%
    • Class XII Exam : 50%
  • 12. Entrance Test Structure 2011
    • Total time is 120 minutes
    • 3 marks per correct answer
    • Usually negative marking of 1/3 rd for incorrect answer
    • Entrance test held on the first Sunday of June, every year
    Subject Area Number of Questions Quantitative Aptitude 35 English 30 Reasoning 35 Business /General Awareness 20 Total 120
  • 13. Important Dates
    • Notification Date : End of March / 1 st week of April
    • Issue of forms : 1 st week of April to 1 st week of May
    • Written Examination Date : 1 st Sunday of June
    • Results of written test : 2 nd week of June
    • GD/PI : Within 2-4 days of written result
    • Final Result : End of June
  • 14. What after BBS/BBA
    • Further studies at the Post Graduate Level
      • Management – MBA/ MMS / PGDM
      • Non – Management - CA, CS, Law, Civil Services, etc
    • Higher Studies Abroad
      • MS/MBA
    • Entry Level jobs in the private sector
      • Sales , Marketing, Auditing, Data Analyst, Market Research, etc.
    • Jobs in public sector
      • Govt. of India through the UPSC or State Services
      • Public Sector Banks as Probationary Officers
      • Govt. of India Companies (PSU companies like IDBI,SIDBI, railways , etc.)
  • 15. Other Options after XII
    • Law
    • Hotel Management
    • Mass Communication
    • Information Technology
    • Miscellaneous – Design, Army, etc.
  • 16. The Law Option after HSC
    • 5 year integrated BA. LL.B program after HSC
    • 5 year Law Degree is gaining popularity amongst youngsters as an exciting new career
    • Offers a rewarding and successful career
  • 17. The top institutes (LL.B)
    • National Law School of India University (NLSIU)- Bangalore
    • NUJS – Kolkata
    • NALSAR – Hyderabad
    • NLIU – Bhopal
    • NLU - Jodhpur
    • GNLU- Gandhinagar (Ahmedabad)
    • HNLU – Raipur
    • RMLNLU-Lucknow
    • RGNUL-Patiala
    • CNLU-Patna
    • NUALS-Kochi
    • NLU-Dwarka
    • ILS Law School – Pune
    • Govt. Law College – Mumbai
    • Symbiosis Law School – Pune
    • IP University - Delhi
  • 18. Admission Procedure
    • Basic eligibility is Class XII pass, with 50% marks
    • Appear for written entrance test
    • In ILS Pune & GLC, Mumbai, admission is based on senior secondary examination marks
    • Based on written test scores, institutes announce list of shortlisted students
  • 19. Admission Procedure – National Law Schools
    • Appear for Common Law Admission Test
    • Admission based on performance in Common Law Admission Test
    • Eligibility for admission
      • passed the Higher Secondary School Examination (10+2) system or an equivalent examination thereto securing in the aggregate not less than 50% of the total marks in all the core subjects and English language put together
      • And
      • not completed 20 years of age as on 1st July of the year of admission. Provided in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST, the maximum age limit shall be 22 years as on 1st July of the year of admission.
  • 20. Admission Procedure
    • All the institutes conduct their own entrance test
    • No GD/ PI after the entrance test
    • Entrance Test pattern (objective & descriptive) is based on
      • Verbal Ability – Grammar, Usage, Comprehension
      • Analytical Reasoning
      • Basic Mathematics – Std. X level
      • Legal Reasoning
      • Writing Skills – Short Passages & Essay writing
      • General Knowledge – Static & Dynamic
      • Important legal/ economic events & happenings
  • 21. What after 5 year Law
    • Litigation practice in courts
    • Join law firms
    • Join corporates as Legal Advisor
    • Go for higher studies in India & abroad
  • 22. Hotel Management
    • Career in the Hospitality Industry
    • Can opt for HM immediately after XII
    • Operational Training in the areas of
      • Food production
      • Food & Beverage Service
      • Front Office Operations and Housekeeping
    • Managerial Training in the areas of
      • Sales & Marketing
      • Financial Management
      • Human Resources Management
      • Hotel & Catering Law
      • Property Management
  • 23. Institute Admission subject to a centralised admission process JEE – Hotel Management Along with STD XII Apply to the Test (January) Appear for the Entrance test & Interview (April)
  • 24. Premier Institutes
    • 28 Govt. & 7 Pvt.institutes institutes are affiliated to the National Council of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (NCHMCT)(Total seats:5700)
    • IHM, Aurangabad(Taj Group)
    • Oberoi Center of Learning and Development, Delhi
    • ITC-Welcome Group Management Institute,Gurgaon
    • Banarsidas Chandiwala IHMCT,Kalkaji,IP University,Delhi
  • 25. NCHMCT
    • Under the Ministry of Culture & Tourism, Govt. of India
    • Offers a 3 year B.Sc in Hospitality & Hotel Administration
    • Program equips trainees to adequately discharge supervisory responsibility in the hospitality industry
    • 24 state sponsored institutes & 8 Food Craft Institutes , located in different parts of the country
  • 26. Admission Procedure
    • Eligibility (for 3 year B.Sc Program)
      • Appearing or appeared 10+2 (HSC)
      • Age limit of 22 years ( 25 years for SC/ST)
    • Appear for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
    • Based on rank in the JEE, centralized allotment of seats is done in different institutes
    • JEE is conducted in mid April, after HSC
    • Academic Session starts in mid July
  • 27. JEE Structure
    • Total time is 180 minutes (3 hrs.)
    • 1 marks per correct answer
    • Negative marking of max ½ mark for incorrect answer
    • No negative marking for Service & Hospitality Aptitude Section
    Subject Area Number of Questions Total Marks Reasoning & Logical Deductions 30 30 Numerical & Scientific Aptitude 30 30 Service & Hospitality Aptitude 30 30 General Knowledge 30 30 English 80 80 Total 200 200
  • 28. Career after Hotel Management
    • Management Trainee in Hotel & Allied industry
    • Hospitality executive
    • Kitchen Management/ House Keeping Trainee
    • Cabin Crew in Airlines
    • Catering officer in Cruise Lines/ Shipping
    • Sales & Marketing in Hotel/ MNCs
    • Customer Service Executives
    • Executive in Tourism Development Corp.
    • Entrepreneurship opportunities
  • 29. Mass Comm. / Journalism
    • Mass communications covers advertisement, communication, anchoring(TV and Radio) and public relations.
    • Very few reputed colleges offer under graduate course. Most of the courses offered are at the post graduate level.
    • Can opt for this course immediately after higher secondary.
    • Journalism offers opportunities in the print media as well as electronic media.
  • 30. Premier Institutes
    • Bachelor of Mass Media and Mass Communication - Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi
    • Symbiosis Institute of Media & Comm,Pune
    • Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication, IP University, Delhi
    • Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Journalism, University of Delhi
      • Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
      • Lady Shri Ram College
      • Kamla Nehru College
      • Gargi College
      • Kalindi College
      • Maharaja Agrasen College
  • 31. Admission Process
    • Common Entrance exam followed by personal interview
    • Entrance exam mainly tests linguistic abilities, reasoning abilities, knowledge on current affairs, media aptitude, general knowledge
    • Creative Writing Section - Creative Writing skills are tested by almost all institutes/colleges
      • This section mainly comprises poster making, newspaper report writing, movie reviews, etc.
    Name of the course Written Test GD/PI BMMMC (IP College for Women)   BA (Hons.), Jour. (University of Delhi)   BJMC (IP University)  - BMM (University of Mumbai )  
  • 32. BCA / B.Sc. (Computers)
    • The BCA and the B.Sc. (Computers) courses groom the students with comprehensive inputs from the rapidly changing IT industry.
    • It also enables them to develop an all-round personality that would empower the students to take up the challenges of the corporate world.
    • The successful completion of this course opens up options such as MCA, MBA, etc. from any recognised university in India or abroad.
    • The emphasis is on the emerging computer applications and the new technological innovations in the field of IT.
    • The program aims to equip individuals with skills needed to become a globally competitive IT professional.
  • 33. Premier Institutes/Colleges
    • B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science, University of Delhi
    • Bachelor of Computer Application, IP University, Delhi
    • Bachelor of Computer Application, BITS (Mesra)
    • Bachelor of Computer Application, Banglore University
    • Bachelor of Computer Application, Symbiosis, Pune
    • Bachelor of Computer Application, Chennai University
  • 34. Admission Process
    • The written examination is conducted by some universities independently
    • Subject areas covered are – Mathematics, English, Reasoning, IT Awareness, and General Knowledge
    • Higher Mathematics – This entrance examination focuses on higher mathematics that covers topics like P&C, probability, functions, trigonometry, binomial theorem, etc.
    • Written examination is followed by counseling sessions according to position/rank obtained by the candidate. This leads to final admission and selection of college as per student’s ranking.
    • Note: BITS (Mesra)/DU selects students based on the marks obtained in senior secondary board examination.
  • 35. Some other Career Options…
    • Design
      • National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)
      • National Institute of Design – Ahmedabad
    • Armed Forces
      • National Defence Academy – Khadakvasla (Pune)
    • Merchant Navy
      • TS Rajendra (Mumbai ) , MERI ( Mumbai & Kolkatta)
    • Engineering
      • IITs/ NITs
    • Medicine
      • AIIMS (New Delhi) , other colleges
    • Aviation
      • Pilot training, Ground staff, Cabin crew
  • 36. Thank You !