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Tips to choose the right course after 12

This blog will give you the detailed idea about what best study options you have after 12.

Most of the time students don’t know what they want to do in the future and they never focus about the further studies like what they are going to join after 10+ 2. Their main focus remains only on 10+2 exam.

But what will happen after examinations are over? Candidates get confused while choosing the right career option. Here, we are going to help you in making the right decision in choosing the right course.

1. If you are a science student with PCM (Physics, chemistry, Mathematics) subject than you can go for following courses:

IT / Computer science
Electronics & Communication
Electronics & Electrical

2. If you a science student with Biology then you can go for following courses:
Medical Lab Technician

3. If you are commerce student than you can go for following courses:

4. If you are an Arts student that you can choose any of the below mentioned courses:
Aviation and Hospitality
Hotel Management

We would also like to share the salary range of different courses. This will help student to find the best course and also give you a complete idea about the salary structure. The below data is as per the survey and this data may vary if students are from the top colleges.

Right course after 12

Engineering courses remain in demand from the begging and 60% of the science stream students prefer to take the admission in it. At present there are so many options in engineering. Students can choose the stream based on their interest and scope of that stream in the current market.

Let’s explore the different trade in engineering and its scope: –

IT / Computer science
: – IT and computer science is the newest stream in engineering. IT and computer science stream seems to be the first choice for girls. Those who are having good analytical and logical skills can join this stream. In this stream student will learn different programming languages and software subjects. The present and future of this stream is very demanding.
Initial salary ranges from 2 lakhs to 7 lakhs.

Civil & Construction
: – Now a day this is one of the most demanding streams, due to the growing infrastructure requirement. Now the civil engineering has extended scope to different segments like environmental engineering, metro, railways and many more. This trade of engineering going to be very demanding.
Initial salary ranges from 1.5 Lakhs to 5 Lakhs

: Mechanical branch is the evergreen branch and from the past many years, this seems to be the first choice of students. There are so many reasons why students prefer it as their first choice:
a) Salary structure
b) Mechanical exposure of different machinery.
c) Challenging and great work profile.
There are lots of options for the mechanical student as they can join Power sector, manufacturing industry, refining, agriculture, dairy and many more.
Even in market there are lots of job opportunities for mechanical engineering candidates.

Initial salary ranges from 2 lakhs to 6 lakhs.

: Mining is not as popular as mechanical and IT trade. If you are planning to go for engineering than Mining should be your last option. Still, there are many job opportunities for mining students at coal mines, copper mines and gold mines. Getting a mining job is not very difficult, but the roles and responsibilities involve lots of conditions like pollution, risk, etc.

If you love mining field, then go for mining and also clear 2nd class and 1st class certification. This will boost your career in terms of money and growth.

Electronics & Communication
: Electronics & Communication is also most popular and highly demanding stream. Not only boys, but girls also prefer to take admission is this stream.

Candidates from this stream having so many job opportunities in different types of industry. Students from this field deals with designing and development of electronic devices and software interface.

Initial salary ranges from 2.5 lakhs to 7 lakhs.

: Aeronautical and Astronautical engineering are branches of Aerospace engineering, which has a very promising future. An aeronautical engineer is responsible for the designing, building, and understanding the science of aircraft. Aeronautic engineer job duties include research and development, parts assembly and/or the maintenance of aircraft, testing, etc. A few of its specialized studies involve the potential dangers of new aircraft technologies or fuel efficiency, and studying the effects of aircraft on the environment.

Initial salary ranges from 2.5 lakhs to 7 lakhs.


Biotechnology is a branch where you will study how to make the use of biological processes, organisms, or systems to manufacture those products which are intended to improve the quality of human life. This trade is dedicated to develop improved species of animals and plants by cross breeding or cross pollenization. In recent years, it has expanded its scope, especially the genetic manipulation of microorganisms for the production of drugs, antibiotics, hormones, recycling the waste, degrade oil slicks or organic waste, monoclonal antibodies to identify antigens, and genetically engineered bacteria to produce human hormones, etc.

There are many career possibilities for Biotech students and the initial salary ranges from 2 lakhs to 6 lakhs.


It is a multi-disciplinary stream which covers subjects from various branches including chemical, mechanical, electrical, electronics and computers. It is a specialized branch of electrical and electronic engineering and it deals with automation, measurement, and control. Almost every manufacturing and process industry like steel, oil, petrochemical, power and defense production have their separate instrumentation department. Hence, the demand for instrumentation engineering will be there. Plus, the growth in the avionics, aeronautical and space science sectors has also increased its scope.

Being an instrumentation engineers, you may be involved in works like designing strain gauges or sensors which capture data about the efficiency, safety, and reliability, devices like dynamometers for measuring torque, aircraft sensors, blood glucose monitors, and smoke detectors. Initial salary ranges from 2.5 lakhs to 7 lakhs.