Courses After 12th Commerce, Science, Arts [Diploma & Degree]

The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any option.

Well, that’s the case of most students as they appear for their 12thexam.

“What career is right for me?” “What should I do to take up the right career?” These thoughts will occupy your mind continuously. With this confused state of mind, you may wander places to gather information, to set up a bright career ahead.

In the end, you would want to pursue a career that will benefit you for a lifetime. Ask yourself some basic questions while selecting the right career.

  • What do you like doing best?
  • What are you good at?
  • Does your preferable career suit your personality?
  • What kind of lifestyle you prefer?

Such reflective questions and thoughts will help you in your career selection choices. Meanwhile, we present you several diploma and degree courses that are offered after 12th exam. Reading through this information will give you a short glimps

Such reflective questions and thoughts will help you in your career selection choices. Meanwhile, we present you several diploma and degree courses that are offered after 12th exam. Reading through this information will give you a short glimpse of these courses and help you select your right career and create a bright future

Diploma Courses after 12th Commerce

Diploma in Fashion Designing:

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Why choose fashion designing as a career?

  • You are interested in clothes and accessories.
  • You have a good fashion sense, and sense of design & style.
  • You like to experiment with style and designs.
  • You want to create outfits for people.
  • You can draw/sketch.

What will you study in the fashion designing course (some topics)?

  • Fashion industry language
  • History of fashion design
  • Fabric selection
  • Design principles
  • Garment and accessory design
  • Stitching methods and patterns
  • Functioning of the industry

What work can you do?

In the initial years of your career, you will assist your team/senior designers in garment designing. Based on your interest, skills and creativity, you could end up working as an independent fashion designer or a senior/lead fashion designer in reputed garment design/manufacturing companies. Typically, your work will be to design/create:

  • Clothing for men, women and children
  • Costumes for theater, television and film industry
  • Accessories and footwear

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Computer Application:

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Why choose computer application as a career?

  • Computers excite you.
  • You are interested to learn about computer software and languages, and work in this field.

What will you study in the computer application course (some topics)?

  • Basics of computer and operating systems
  • MS Office
  • Information Technology
  • Internet
  • HTML
  • Programming languages, such as C, C++, etc.

What work can you do?

  • Create/develop:
    • Computer applications, such as word processors, to automate office processes.
    • Database applications.
  • Test, update and maintain applications post-launch.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Yoga:

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Why choose yoga training as a career?

  • You are interested in health and fitness, or have a background in it.
  • You are learning yoga or interested deeply in yoga.
  • You like to train and motivate people related to health and fitness.

What will you study in the yoga training course (some topics)?

  • History of yoga
  • Traditional and contemporary yoga
  • Postures
  • Yogic practices and therapies

What work can you do?

You can either work part-time or full-time in health centres, schools and colleges. You could also open your yoga centre. Typically, your work will involve:

  • Teaching yoga positions, breathing exercises, and helping people meditate.
  • Helping people improve their lifestyle choices and life quality.
  • Designing yoga curriculum.
  • Specialising in teaching specific student groups, such as pregnant women or patients.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Banking:

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Why choose banking as a career?

  • You like finance and related subjects.
  • You like to work in a bank.
  • You are not sure which field interests you. (Banking doesn’t require special skills or talent. A person with an average aptitude can have a promising career in banking.)
  • Banks have more number of holidays than in private companies!

What will you study in the banking course (some topics)?

  • Financial institutions and global markets
  • Banking laws
  • Bank structure and forms
  • Credits, foreign trade and foreign exchange
  • Customer-bank relationship

What work can you do?

Duties in banks are varied in nature. You could work in departments, such as personal banking, retail banking, loan servicing, wealth management, investment banking, deposit operations, electronic banking, commercial banking, mortgage banking, etc. Depending on role, you may need to interact with customers on a daily basis, guide them with bank products, resolve queries, monitor staff duties and supervise bank processes.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Financial Accounting:

Why choose financial accounting as a career?

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Why choose financial accounting as a career?

  • You are comfortable with numbers and computers.
  • Surplus job opportunities across all industries/sectors are available.
  • Financial accounting has minimal boring theories; it focuses more on real-life applications.

What will you study in the financial accounting course (some topics)?

  • Business Law
  • Accounting
  • Auditing and taxation
  • Management

What work can you do?

You will maintain a company’s financial records and tax reports. These reports give an idea of the company’s economic performance (balance sheets, cash flow statements, and profit and loss statements). Through these reports, the company owner can decide if the company is performing as per its goals and can take corrective steps.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Industrial Safety:

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Why choose industrial safety as a career?

  • This seems an interesting career choice.
  • Jobs span across all industries/sectors. The need for industrial safety workforce is rising.

What will you study in the industrial safety course (some topics)?

  • Fire engineering
  • Industrial hazards
  • Industrial safety
  • Safety in construction activities
  • Occupational health and environment

What work can you do?

You can find jobs in private and consulting companies, and government organizations. Your basic duty is to ensure that workplaces are hazard-free for employees, as per government guidelines and regulations. Accordingly, you could:

  • Plan, implement and review safety regulations, and programmes for employees.
  • Inspect facilities for biological, chemical and physical hazards.
  • Investigate accidents, and report health and safety violations.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Business Management:

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Why choose business management as a career?

  • You are interested in making a career in business and management.
  • A career in business management offers a variety of professional choices and specializations.

What will you study in the business management course (some topics)?

  • Introduction to business
  • Principles of management
  • Financial management
  • Operations

What work can you do?

Management professionals can find jobs in all companies. Skilled managers are in high demand. Consequently management professionals with the right experience and credentials are some of the highest paid professionals in the world.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

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Why choose hotel management as a career?

  • Hotel management is a significant part of the travel and hospitality industry. There are multiple job opportunities available in India and Abroad.
  • You can remain calm in the most demanding work conditions.
  • You are interested in hospitality and travel industry.

What will you study in the hotel management course (some topics)?

  • Principles of management
  • Front office management
  • Food and beverage management
  • Corporate communication
  • Hospitality marketing
  • Accommodation and leisure management
  • Consumer behaviour

What work can you do?

You can be employed in hotels, restaurants, cruises, ships, catering companies and all establishments that offer food service, accommodation & other customer service-related jobs. Positions at the entry-level do not require more than a diploma. However, extensive training and work experience is necessary for upper-level management positions. Common job profiles include Front Desk Receptionist, Restaurant Manager, Duty Manager, etc.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

 Diploma Courses after 12th Science

Diploma in Nursing:

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Why choose nursing as a career?

  • You are interested in helping and comforting sick people.
  • You are calm and empathetic.
  • There is a shortage of trained nurses in India. Thus, job opportunities are plenty.

What will you study in the nursing course (some topics)?

  • Basics of nursing
  • Environmental hygiene
  • Biosci
  • Behavioural sciences
  • Administration and ward management

What work can you do?

Apart from hospitals and nursing homes, you could be employed in schools, companies and houses of the rich & elite. Typically, you will be assigned to a ward—emergency rooms, intensive care units, etc. You would work with doctors & nurses in a team to monitor patients’ condition and execute the daily treatment plan. You could also work as a surgical nurse in the operation theatre and assist surgeons. Private nurses are also in demand. Depending on your education and skill, you could also work as a midwife.

Course duration: One year course after 12th

Diploma in Physiotherapy:

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Why choose physiotherapy as a career?

  • You are interested in helping sick people get back to normalcy.
  • You are emotionally strong, empathetic and responsible.
  • You are willing to work in rotational shifts.
  • Physiotherapy is in demand today.

What will you study in the physiotherapy course (some topics)?

  • General anatomy and physiology
  • Psychology
  • Pathology
  • Neurology
  • Electrotherapy
  • Exercise therapy

What work can you do?

You could work in hospitals, nursing homes, health-care centres, gyms, sports centers, multinational companies, old-age homes and NGOs. There are opportunities for training as well. In hospitals, your patient profile would be diverse. Patients from departments, such as orthopedic, cardiology, cancer, surgery, gynaecology, etc. require physiotherapists to reduce their stay in hospital and recover quickly. Physiotherapists are in demand globally.

Course duration: Two years course after 12th.

Diploma in Medical Lab Technology:

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Why choose medical lab technology as a career?

  • You are interested in medicine and biological science, especially diagnosis of diseases.
  • You are meticulous.
  • You are research-oriented, patient and hard-working.
  • You have good communication skills.

What will you study in the medical lab technology course (some topics)?

  • Basics of medical laboratory technology
  • General anatomy and physiology
  • Pathology
  • Clinical biochemistry
  • Haematology

What work can you do?

Medical lab technologists (MLT’s) carry out tests and investigations in labs to diagnose a disease. An MLT’s report helps the doctor to start the patient’s treatment. MLT’s test samples of blood, urine, stool, body tissues, etc. They work in hospitals, clinics and labs. Common job profiles are lab technician, lab technologist, lab manager, tutor, etc. You could also consider training as a career option. MLT’s work domains include blood banking, immunology (study of immune system), microbiology (study of disease causing organisms) and drug efficacy tests.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Radiological Technology:

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Why choose radiological technology as a career?

  • You are interested in medicine and technology and looking for a career that is a blend of both disciplines.
  • You are meticulous.
  • You have good communication skills.
  • You are empathetic towards patients’ condition.

What will you study in the radiological technology course (some topics)?

  • Radiation physics
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology and pathology
  • Radiotherapy
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

What work can you do?

Radiological technologists use X-rays to assess the internal parts of the body and assist doctors to diagnose illness and injury. They run tests, such as CT scan, sonography and MRI, etc.

Radiological technologists explain procedures to patients, relax them for the tests, carry out tests, maintain equipment and document records. Radiological technology is significant in diagnosis and treatment of cancer and ulcers. Radiological technologists can find jobs in labs, hospitals and diagnostic centres. Job profiles are X-ray technician, radiologist assistant and ultrasound technician.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Electrical Engineering:

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Why choose electrical engineering as a career?

  • You have aptitude and interest in engineering, particularly electrical engineering.
  • You must have a problem solving attitude.
  • You must be willing to learn throughout your career even after completing your course.
  • You have good communication skills.
  • You can work well in a team.

What will you study in the electrical engineering course (some topics)?

  • Basics of electrical and electronics engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Communication skills
  • Electrical machines
  • Control system
  • Power system analysis

What work can you do?

As an electrical engineer, you could work in government, public or private sector. You could find jobs in atomic/hydel/thermal power plants, railways, aviation, electricity board and consultancies. Your job would be related to designing, developing, testing, supervising and maintaining electrical machinery. You may also need to work on issues and concerns related to distribution of electrical energy. Areas of specialisation are power generation, energy transmission, energy distribution, communication, etc.

Course duration: One year course after 12th.

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering:

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Why choose mechanical engineering as a career?

  • You have aptitude and interest in engineering, particularly mechanical engineering.
  • Nearly all sectors of the engineering
  • You are interested in knowing how machines work.
  • You have good communication skills.
  • You are a team player.

What will you study in the mechanical engineering course (some topics)?

  • Basics of electrical and electronics engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Communication skills
  • Engineering graphics
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Engineering metallurgy

What work can you do?

Mechanical engineers design and build manufacturing units, and simple and complex machinery.

They are trained to be skilled in various domains. They are trained in computer applications, electricity, structures, etc. They find jobs in government, public or private sector. Industries employing mechanical engineers are power, oil & petrochemicals, agriculture, education, steel, aerospace and automobile, etc.

Course duration: Three years course 12th corsses

Diploma in Civil Engineering:

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Why choose civil engineering as a career?

  • You have aptitude and interest in engineering, particularly civil engineering.
  • You don’t mind working in outdoor locations and under difficult conditions.
  • You are comfortable working with people of different designations and types.

What will you study in the civil engineering course (some topics)?

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Communication skills
  • Construction materials
  • Engineering graphics
  • Mechanics of structures
  • Road and bridge engineering

What work can you do?

Civil engineers design, develop, build, test, supervise and maintain infrastructure. Their work also includes designing and building structures, such as dams, waterways, airports, buildings, tunnels, bridges, pipelines and sewage systems. Specializations within civil engineering include structural, environment and transportation. A civil engineer can find jobs in private & consulting companies and government organizations. Usually, work takes place at construction sites and manufacturing plants.

Course duration: Three years course after 12th.

Diploma in Chemical Engineering:

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Why choose chemical engineering as a career?

  • You have aptitude and interest in engineering, particularly chemical engineering.
  • You have a problem-solving attitude.
  • You must be willing to learn throughout your career even after completing your course.

What will you study in the chemical engineering course (some topics)?

  • Basic chemical engineering
  • Applied chemistry
  • Engineering material
  • Mechanical operations
  • Thermodynamics
  • Chemical technology
  • Safety and chemical hazards

What work can you do?

As a chemical engineer, you could work in any of the three domains: Research, production and designing. Researchers carry out studies and investigations to design and/or improve processes and equipment with respect to safety and economics. Production jobs can be found in chemical process industries, oil exploration & refineries, pharmaceutical companies, etc. Such jobs involve materials production. Designing jobs can be found in engineering, procurement and construction organizations. In general, you can find jobs in private companies, consulting firms and government organizations.

Course duration: Three years course after 12

Degree Courses after 12thScience

MBBS:

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Why choose MBBS as a career?

  • You want to become a doctor and are interested in helping and serving sick people.
  • You are emotionally strong, calm, empathetic and responsible.
  • You are willing to work in rotational shifts.
  • You are detail-oriented, keenly observant and have high analytical skills.

What will you study in the MBBS course (some topics)?

  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Physiology
  • Forensic medicine and toxicology
  • Microbiology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology

What work can you do?

After completing MBBS, you could either pursue post-graduation, research, hospital management, foreign studies or clinical practice. You could either pursue a degree or a diploma post-graduation course. Specializations include general medicine, general surgery, paediatrics, etc. Few MMBS graduates choose to pursue research owing to low stipend. However, research could help you explore specialty options in the medicine domain. Some MBBS graduates consider Masters in Hospital Administration as one of the career options. After MBBS, you could practise in nursing homes, government and private hospitals, or open up your clinic. Job opportunities can also be found in medical services of army/navy/air force, in charitable institutions, etc.

Course duration: Five and a half years course after 12th.

BHMS:

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Why choose BHMS as a career?

  • You want to become a doctor.
  • Many people are not satisfied with allopathy and prefer homeopathy as alternative medicine. Homeopathic medicines don’t have any side effects. Thus, this field is already popular, offering job opportunities in India and Abroad.

What will you study in the BHMS course (some topics)?

  • Anatomy
  • Histology
  • Physiology including biochemistry
  • Homeopathic pharmacy
  • Forensic medicine and toxicology
  • Microbiology
  • Pathology
  • Homeopathic materia medica

What work can you do?

BHMS specializations include gynaecology, paediatrics, materia, organo, skin, and infertility & sex. BHMS graduates can practise in nursing homes, government and private hospitals, or open up their own clinic. They can also find jobs in medical colleges, research centres, and medical services of army/navy/air force, in charitable institutions, life sciences industry and pharma industry.

Course duration: Five and a half years course after 12th.

BDS:

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Why choose BDS as a career?

  • You want to become a doctor.
  • Dentists were always one of the highly sought after doctors. Today, with introduction of multiple specialisations, the demand for dentists has increased further.

What will you study in the BDS course (some topics)?

  • Human physiology
  • Oral pathology and microbiology
  • Human oral anatomy, physiology, histology and tooth morphology
  • Dental materials
  • Pre-clinical conservative dentistry

What work can you do?

After completing graduation, you can find jobs in nursing homes, government and private hospitals, or open up your own clinic. You can also pursue training opportunities in medical colleges. Additionally, you can find employment in the research & advisory departments of pharmaceuticals and companies manufacturing oral care products. BDS specializations include orthodontics, periodontics, endodontics, prosthodontics, etc.

Course duration: Five and a half years course after 12t


Bachelors of Arts in Digital Film Making & Animation:

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Why choose digital film making & animation as a career?

  • You are interested in films, film making and visual effects.
  • You have visualisation skills and an aptitude for colour selection.
  • You can draw well.
  • You are observant.
  • Since some years, several animation-related jobs are outsourced to India. Thus, the need for animation professionals is increasing every year.
  • The scope of jobs increases as students can explore a successful career not only in other related fields, such as advertising, gaming, film making, comics and designing.

What will you study in the digital film making & 3D animation course (some topics)?

  • Storyboarding
  • 3D animation
  • Compositing
  • Live action shooting techniques for VFX
  • Creating 3D sets, assets and characters for a Visual Effect (VFX) shots
  • 3D Lighting
  • 3D Rendering
  • 3D-stereoscopic (Depth /2D /3D)

What work can you do?

After completing the course, you could intern at studios and develop your skills. You could find jobs in production studios, multimedia companies, advertising agencies and video gaming companies. Common job profiles are multimedia animators, digital video editors, graphic designers, etc. Freelance opportunities are also available.

Course duration: Three years course after 12th.

Bachelors in Law:

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Why choose law as a career?

  • Legalities have always interested you.
  • You are patient, hardworking and have a logical bent of mind.
  • You have good communication skills.
  • You are a keen listener.

What will you study in the law course (some topics)?

  • Introduction to law
  • Sources of law
  • Law of contract
  • Law of tort
  • Family law
  • Law of crimes

What work can you do?

You could choose specialisation in any of the types of laws: civil law, criminal law, patent law, corporate law, etc. You could either practice as an advocate in a court of law or work with a law firm. Options, such as working as a legal adviser, teaching in colleges, working with NGOs, etc. may be considered. Common job profiles are legal advisor, criminal lawyer, civil litigation lawyer, legal journalist, government lawyer, etc. You could become a judge by clearing public service commission’s exams.

Course duration: Three years course after 12th.

Bachelors of Physical Education:

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Why choose physical education as a career?

  • You are passionate toward sports.

What will you study in the physical education course (some topics)?

  • English and communication skills
  • History of physical education
  • Physiology
  • Sports psychology

What work can you do?

You can find employment in both private and government sectors. In the beginning of your career, you will find jobs as an instructor. But after building some experience, you can find jobs in sports department of publishing houses, sports equipment centres & industries, schools & colleges, recreation centres, fitness centres, sports teams and establishments offering adventure activities. Job profiles include coach, commentator, instructor, referee, journalist and marketing executive.

Course duration: Three years course after 12th.

Bachelors in Fine Arts:

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Why choose fine arts as a career?

  • You are creative and inclined toward arts.
  • You are interested in making a career in art.
  • You are proficient in drawing and sketching.
  • You are interested in animation.

What will you study in the fine arts course (some topics)?

  • Introduction to art
  • Music
  • Landscape
  • Clay modelling
  • Still life
  • Portrait painting
  • Pottery
  • Creative writing
  • Theatre

What work can you do?

After completing this course, students get employed in art galleries and publishing houses. Common job profiles are trainer and art teacher. Other options are working in advertising agencies, training institutes, textile industry, electronic media, films and theatre. You could choose to assist artists and gain some work experience. You can work as a freelancer as well. Alternatively, you can consider higher studies. After building some work experience, you can choose to be an art historian, art dealer, art therapist or art educator. If interested, you can pursue a course in animation too. This combined knowledge can pave way for rewarding career .

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