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  1. 1. Career Opportunities afterXII STD
  2. 2. Plan your career lot of alternatives each alternative competes with other choosing careers based on academics, personality and desire imbalance between options and expectations of parents and friends Winning Ways
  3. 3. Ambition Vs Reality A person is happiest when he chooses job that he loves Before making a career choice, take time to understand yourself, your likes and preferences Ambition can not be injected nor can it be imitated Parents’ attitude- the determining factor in shaping one’s career goal Winning Ways
  4. 4. Conventional thinking • To choose a profession that parents like • To follow what the others do• Inclination towards Medical or Engineering profession • Possibilities of getting job abroad • College means a University recognised by the Govt., without any reference to the acceptance of the courses by the recruiters Winning Ways
  5. 5. Let the students take decision… Immense scope within India or even in your own village Many opportunities exist in rural areas Use electronic media to find where you are and who needs you The role of teachers and parents confined to a felicitator Winning Ways
  6. 6. How to Plan Your Career Self Assessment Academic and Career Options Evaluation of occupational choices Assessing the working conditions Choosing and Managing your Career Winning Ways
  7. 7. Which career to choose? Tejinder is a doctor who has joined MBA coaching classes. "I did MBBS because my parents wanted me to but I find there is no money in it. An MBA will give me the qualifications to work in a multinational and live a decent life", he says. Thousands of students, including engineers from the premier institutes like the IITs, want to get into management for this reason. Winning Ways
  8. 8. Craze for civil services “After many attempts and wasted years some people end up as teachers or clerks. The process wastes precious years of a person; if only the aptitude was measured earlier, a person could be advised to do something else”. Winning Ways
  9. 9. We need people who can "add value"• Multinationals require people who can "add value". They do not want pen pushers.• A diploma or a degree does not add value. It is added by an understanding of the situation and taking intelligent decisions.• Highly paid jobs require this more than anything else. Winning Ways
  10. 10. Education based career and Talent Based careerEducation based career: open tothose who wish to study further in aparticular field of interest which lateron opens a galaxy of opportunitiesA wide range of courses are availableFrom conventional BA/ B.Sc/ B.Comto Vocational degrees / diplomas /certificate coursesDirect entry to MBBS/ B.Tech etc Winning Ways
  11. 11. General BA Degree Course With elective/ optional subjects, such as, History, Economics, Political Sc., Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Geography, Education, Econometrics, Philosophy, Linguistics, Literature, Rural Development, Acturial Science, Economics with Public Finance & Trade, etc. Winning Ways
  12. 12. Career after BA Based on the subjects taken, you can pursue a career in Actuary, Anthropologist, Archeologist, Economist, Educationist, Geographer, Historian, Linguistic, Philosopher, Political Scientist, Population Scientist, Psychologist, Rural Development professional, Sociologist etc Above all good career in Public Administration Scope after higher study in the respective subject Winning Ways
  13. 13. B.Com/ BBA/ BBM One can specialise in Financial Accounting & Auditing, Auditing & Cost Accounting, Banking & Finance, Cooperation, Taxation, Acturial Science, Company Secretarial Practice, Business Management, Foreign Trade Practice & Procedures etc CA/ICWA/CS integrated Winning Ways
  14. 14. Careers after studies in CommerceAccountant, Banker, Actuary, BusinessManager, Export professional etc with widescope after higher study, M.Com, MBA(which offers micro level specialisation),CA, CFA, ICWA, CS etc Winning Ways
  15. 15. Graduate courses in variousvocational subjects- Commerce Advertising, Company Secretaryship, Computer Programming, Economic Systems, Export Marketing, Market Research, Computer Systems & Applications, Direct and Indirect Taxation, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Trade Financing & Procedures, Investment Analysis & Organization, Portfolio Management etc Winning Ways
  16. 16. Graduate courses in variousvocational subjects - Arts Social Work, Mass Communication, Journalism, Investment Analysis, Population Studies, Travel & Tourism, Food, Nutrition, & Dietetics, Health Psychology, Planning & Developmental Studies, Secretarial Practice etc. Winning Ways
  17. 17. Options after Science stream (with Physics,Chemistry and Mathematics) General B. Sc. courses: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Statistics, Biochemistry, Computer Science, etc. Vocational subjects: Biotechnology (must have Biology as a subject in HSC), Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronic Instrumentation, Industrial Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Instrumentation, Drugs & Dyes, Computer Programming, Operations Research, Environmental Science, Heavy & Fine Chemicals, etc. Winning Ways
  18. 18. Degree/Diploma in Engineering andTechnology Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics, Civil, Computer Science. Aeronautical, Aerospace, Automobile, Biochemical, Biomedical, Biotechnology & Biochemical Engineering/Industrial Biotechnology (one needs to have Biology as one of the subjects also), Ceramic, Chemical Technology, Dairy, Food, Industrial, Instrumentation, Irrigation, Leather, Manufacturing Science & Engineering, Marine, Materials Science, Metallurgy, Mining, Ocean Engineering & Naval Architecture, Petrochemical, Petroleum, Pharmaceutical, Power, Printing, Production, Pulp & Paper, Telecommunication, Textile etc.. Winning Ways
  19. 19. Admission to Engg. Admission to various Engineering Colleges, Regional Engineering Colleges, Indian Institutes of Technology and privately run Institutes is generally based on the merit obtained in the entrance test. Minimum age generally is 17 years but may vary slightly from institution to institution. Winning Ways
  20. 20. Various Diploma & Certificate courses• Electrochemical Tech, Foundry & Forge Technology, Leather/Footwear Tech, Paint & Varnish Tech, Architectural Draughtsmanship, Pharmacy (must have Biology in HSC), Rolling/Steel Making Technology, Product Design Engineering, etc. Winning Ways
  21. 21. Polytechnics► 3-year Diploma courses are offered by various polytechnics controlled and run by State Directorates of Technical Education and Training.► The qualifications required in this case range from 10th standard to 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and the admission is generally granted strictly as per the merit of marks obtained in the academic examination.► There are certain non-engineering trades like ceramics, printing, production and chemical technology which are of lesser duration. Winning Ways
  22. 22. Industrial Training Institutes There are several engineering and non- engineering trades offered by ITIs and other such institutions both in government and private sector. The period of training is 1 to 2 years Eligible to take up various technical trades in the government as well as private sectors. Winning Ways
  23. 23. Options after Science stream (with Physics,Chemistry and Biology General Science Courses: Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biochemistry, etc. One can take applied component subjects like Biotechnology, Horticulture, Marine Science, Environmental Science, Food Production, Preservation, & Post Harvest Tech, Fishery Biology, etc. Other courses like Industrial Biochemistry, Applied Nutrition, Health Information Administration, Genetics, etc. Winning Ways
  24. 24. Medical and Paramedical Science courses MBBS, BHMS, BAMS, BUMS, BDS, Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Respiratory Therapy Tech, Prosthesis & Orthosis, Audiology & Speech Therapy, etc Winning Ways
  25. 25. AdmissionThe admission to various medical collegesis through entrance examinationsCentral Board of Secondary Examination(CBSE) New Delhi also conducts an all-India entrance examination every year Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC)Pune also offers degree courses in medicalscience and the selected candidates areawarded the bachelors degree, but with acondition to serve in the Army MedicalCorps as doctor for a minimum contractualperiod. Winning Ways
  26. 26. Other medical line courses• General Nursing and Midwifery• Pharmacy• Physiotherapy• Refractionist and Optician• Vaccinator• Dark Room Assistant• Radiographers• Laboratory Technicians• Sanitary Inspectors etc Winning Ways
  27. 27. Home Science & related courses Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Home Science, Food Science & Nutrition, Family Resource Management, Clothing & Textile, Extension & Education, Human Development, etc Winning Ways
  28. 28. Education Diploma course for Nursery and Primary Teachers of 2 years duration conducted by the Departments of Primary Education in various States Certificate or diploma course in Library Science also offers good opportunities to the school leavers These courses are conducted by various universities and other institutes Winning Ways
  29. 29. Telecommunications• Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering offered by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Winning Ways
  30. 30. Architecture, Art and Painting School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi offers degree courses in Architecture and Physical Planning Selection by way of an entrance examination Candidates who qualify the degree course may pursue careers in architecture and planning both as paid employees or as self-employed professionals. Winning Ways
  31. 31. Hotel Industry Hotel Management Catering and Nutrition Institutes at New Delhi, Bombay, Madras, Calcutta, Bhubaneshwar, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jaipur, Srinagar, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Bhopal and Goa. In addition there are several private institutes of Hotel Management. Most of these institutes offer Diploma in Hotel Management, with specialisation in Front Office, Food and Beverages, House Keeping, Catering etc. Diploma course is generally of 3-year duration. The minimum educational qualification required is 10 +2 with at least 50 per cent marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Winning Ways
  32. 32. TALENT BASED- offbeat careers• Pet Grooming• Hairstyling• Aromatherapy• Tarot Reading• Video Jockey• Reiki Practitioner• Make-up Artist• Cosmetologist• Chef• Actor• Choreographer Winning Ways
  33. 33. Modeling Fashion modelling: Includes fashion shoots for magazines; mail order catalogues and live shows for reputed fashion houses. Editorial/Print Modelling: This refers to photography for magazines, including covers. This work offers a lot of exposure to first time models. Catalogue Modelling: Models are hired to appear in catalogues like Otto Burlington to sell clothes/everyday products. Requirements are flexible. Commercial Print Modeling: Models are photographed to promote a product on billboards, buses, magazines and newspapers. Runway (Ramp) Modeling: For all you catty types. You must look comfortable and make even the dullest outfit look attractive to the audience Winning Ways
  34. 34. Music & Fine Arts Music Mehendi Artist Fine art Winning Ways
  35. 35. UPSC Competitions Special Class Railway Apprenticeship Examination For age group of 17 to 21 years on August1st All candidates with 12th class or equivalent with 1st division (any subjects) are eligible; candidates having second division with Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry as one of the subjects are also eligible to compete. The examination is held every year generally in the month of July and every candidate is tested in seven subjects including English, Mathematics (2 papers), Physics, Chemistry, General Knowledge and Psychological Test. Winning Ways
  36. 36. National Defence AcademyExamination This examination is generally conducted twice every year during the months of May and November candidates are tested in Mathematics and General Ability All unmarried male candidates with 10+2 pass are eligible for Army, Navy and Airforce for Executive Branch course at Naval Academy, the candidate should be 10+2 examination pass with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. All those who pass the examination are required to undergo a Services Selection Board (SSB) interview and a detailed medical examination before joining as Cadets at the National Defence Academy (NDA), Kharakvasla (Pune). After 3 years at NDA and one year in the Military, Naval or Airforce academies, the cadets are commissioned into the services as Second Lieutenant/Acting Sub-Lieutenant/Pilot Officer respectively Winning Ways
  37. 37. Career Profile - BiologicalScience Agriculturist Biochemist Bioinformatics Biotechnologist Dairy Technologist and Poultry Supervisor Environmentalist Fishery Science Forestry and Wildlife Horticulturist Marine Biologist Micro Biologist Winning Ways
  38. 38. Engineering & Technology Aerospace Engineer Automobile Engineer Biomedical Engineer Broadcast Technician Chemical Engineer Civil Engineer Computer Engineer Electrical Engineer Electronics Engineer Winning Ways
  39. 39. Engineering & Technology• Industrial Engineer• Marine Engineer• Mechanical Engineer• Mining Engineer & Metallurgist• Naval Architect• Production Engineer• Telecommunication Engineer Winning Ways
  40. 40. Finance & AccountsActuaryBankerChartered AccountantChartered Financial AnalystsEconomistEquity Research AnalystForex DealerInvestment BankerStock BrokerVenture Capitalist Winning Ways
  41. 41. Management Brand ManagerBusiness Development Manager Business Manager Event Manager Export ManagerHuman Resources Development Management Consultant Market Research ExecutiveOperations & Logistics Manager Retail Manager Rural Manager Sales & Marketing Manager Technical Manager Winning Ways
  42. 42. Media & Communication • Cinematographer • Client Service Executive • Copy Writer • Film Editing • Journalist • Media Planner • Public Relation Executive • Publishing Executive • Visualiser Winning Ways
  43. 43. Hospitality • Air Hostess • Guest Relation Executive • Hotel Management• Travel & Tourism professional Winning Ways
  44. 44. Healthcare • Doctor • Cardiologist • Dentist • Endocrinologist • Nurse • Nutritionist & Dietician • Occupational Therapist • Physiotherapist • Plastic Surgeon • Speech Therapist Winning Ways
  45. 45. Information Technology Information Technologist Medical Transcriptionist Network Administrator Software Engineer System Architect Winning Ways
  46. 46. Art & DesignAnimatorArchitectureArtistExhibition DesignerFashion DesignerGraphic DesignerInterior DesignerJewellery DesignerPhotographySculptor Winning Ways
  47. 47. 4 Ps You will survive only if you believe in the power of your dreams. To believe in the power of your dreams- remember the 4Ps - Purpose, Passion, Possibilities and Power. Have a purpose in life, and a dream will follow, trim this dream with passion in your heart and possibilities will open for you. Choose today to start believing in the magical power of wishing, hoping and dreaming Winning Ways
  48. 48. THANK YOU “THE WOODS ARE LOVELY DARK AND DEEP BUT I HAVE PROMISES TO KEEP AND MILES TO GO BEFORE I SLEEP AND MILES TO GO BEFORE I SLEEP” Winning Ways

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